Champion Auction - Chinese Coins

Champion Hong Kong Chinese Coins Auction
Wednesday April 4, 2018 09:30
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong

Independent Hong Kong auction house Champion Auction is celebrating its 22nd anniversary of selling chinese coins with a special No Buyer’s commission auction to reward its loyal customers for their support over the past 22 years (5% online fee). So what you bid is what you pay, because for this auction buyers do not have to Add 15, 18, 19.5 or 20%. Champion has sold more USD one-million-dollar Chinese coins than all of our competitors combined and its series of named collections (Chinese Family, NC, JC Lee, Ultima, Charles Tanant, W&B Capital, and Giant Collection) established many vintage and modern Chinese coin records. So please contact us for consignment to this special auction.

View Catalog and bid at Live Auctioneers

Highlights

The Charles Tanant Collection of Chinese Coins

Charles E. Tanant, a native of France, entered the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs service in 1886. This suggests he was probably born in the 1860s but we have no information on his early life. After training, he received his first posting in July 1887 as Fourth Assistant at the Chinese border town of Mengtze in Yunnan Province. He was still there in 1892.

In 1894 he was working in the Peking office. He was promoted to First Assistant in April 1901, by which time he was apparently serving in Lungchow, near the border of Vietnam, in Kwangsi Province. In 1903 he took leave from that post and returned to France. In 1904 he was Acting Commissioner of Customs at Shashi, a port on the Yangtze River in Hupeh Province.

He was appointed Acting Commissioner at Chungking in Szechuan in January 1907 and was still there in 1908. By 1911 he was serving as Acting Commissioner at Nanning in Kwangsi Province, but by 1914 he was back in Mengtze with the rank of full Commissioner. During 1917-1919 he was Commissioner of Customs at Wenchow in Chekiang Province. His last posting was at the small town of Santuao in Fukien, from which he retired in October 1923 after 36 years of service.

When Tanant took leave in 1903 he traveled overland from China to Paris, sending postcards home as he traveled through Asia and Europe. A stamp collector acquired about 90 of these postcards and published a book about the journey. Late in life, while stationed at Wenchow, he married a Chinese woman from Chekiang who bore him a daughter.

During his career in the Customs service, he built an excellent collection of Chinese struck and cast coinage. Some of the coins from his collection were given to him by his Chinese counterparts in the Customs service and in the Chinese postal service (part of Tanant’s duties in the smaller ports was as postmaster). Charles Tanant’s Chinese coin collection was kept in the south of France for over 90 years. The Tanant collection includes imperial coins from Anhwei, Chihli, Chekiang, Hupeh, Hunan, Kiangnan, Kirin, and Szechuan provinces as well as coins from the Republican period. Many of the coins are in the highest levels of preservation, graded by third party grading services PCGS and NGC and include many rarities.

This auction is a unique opportunity to obtain coins from the Charles Tanant collection that were acquired through his travels in China.

Chinese Family Collection

The Chinese Family Collection features multiple examples of some of the rarest and finest condition Chinese coins. The overall rarity and quality of the coins reflect the family’s interest in building a top collection. Many specimens were obtained from the 1960s through the ’90s from major auctions and private treaty sales. They were one of the leading buyers at the 1991 Goodman sale of Chinese coins. The Heaton Pattern coins from Chekiang and Kiangnan Province from the collection are from the Heaton archives sales of the 1970s/’80s period and from other leading auctions. Many coins are of the highest rarity and in the finest-known condition.

WK Collection

Lot 003 CHINA ND(1937) Anhwei Regional Bank Specimen Set (No.0580), include front and back uniface Specimens of 10 Cents, 20 Cents and 50 Cents, all ovpt “Yang Pen” on obverse and reverse, PS813-815, UNC
Estimate: US $500-1,000

Lot 043 UNITED STATES Colonial and Obsolete Banknotes 102 pieces, all Different pieces,VF-UNC
Estimate: US $1,500-3,000

Lot 046 CAYMAN ISLANDS 1990 31.21g .999 Gold Proof Coin, ElizabethⅡgold coin
Estimate: US $1,200-2,000

Lot 063 NETHERLAND EAST INDIES 1944 10 Sen, Tin alloy unissued, UNC
Estimate: US $300-600

Lot 085 CHINA-ANHWEI 1898 20 Cents Silver, L&M205, Y43.3, NGC MS66. Charles Tanant Collection. A PCGS MS65 sold for $6,325 in our December 2016 auction
Estimate: US $2,000-4,000

Lot 087 CHINA-ANHWEI 1898 20 Cents Silver (ASTC), L&M201, Y43.4, NGC MS65. Charles Tanant Collection
Estimate: US $2,000-4,000

Lot 088 CHINA-ANHWEI 1898 10 Cents Silver, L&M208, Y-42.4, NGC MS66. Charles Tanant Collection. A PCGS MS65 sold for $4600 in our December 2016 auction
Estimate: US $2,000-4,000

Lot 092 CHINA-CHEKIANG 1902 20 Cents Silver Proof Pattern, Heaton Mint, L&M279, K121I, PCGS SP66. Chinese Family Collection
Estimate: US $60,000-120,000

The 1902 chehkiang province pattern produced by the Heaton Mint in Birmingham England is one of the last patterns and one of the rarest produced by the Heaton Mint for China. This pattern features a drunken dragon, which is unique to this issue and unlike other Heaton Chinese dragon.

Only about six to eight examples are know for the minor 20 cents, 10 cents and 5 cents patterns. There was no 50 cents produced and the dollar comes in silver (2 known), white metal (2 known), copper (5 known). The dollar in silver sold in a private transaction for over USD one million in 2013 and the lesser condition of the two examples of the dollar in silver sold at a Chinese public auction in 2017 for around USD one million. One of the great rarity of Chinese numismatics and the following two coins have not appeared on the market for over 20 years.

Lot 093 CHINA-CHEKIANG 1902 10 Cents Silver Proof Pattern, Heaton Mint, L&M280, K122I, PCGS SP67. Chinese Family Collection
Estimate: US $50,000-100,000

Lot 094 CHINA-CHEKIANG ND(1903-04) 20 Cash Copper, Y50, NGC MS64RB. Charles Tanant Collection. A NGC MS62 sold for $18,420 in our December 2016 auction
Estimate: US $3,000-6,000

Lot 098 CHINA-CHEKIANG ND(1903-06) 10 Cash Brass, 2 characters, Large Manchu, CCC463, NGC MS67. Charles Tanant Collection. An PCGS MS67 sold for $6,490 in our August 2016 auction
Estimate: US $1,000-2,000

Lot 123 CHINA-CHIHLI 1908 One Dollar Silver, Special 34, L&M465, Y73.2, NGC MS63
Estimate: US $5,000-10,000

Lot 124 CHINA-FENGTIEN 1898 20 Cents Silver, L&M475, Y85, NGC MS64. Charles Tanant Collection. A PCGS MS63 sold for $23000 in our December 2016 auction
Estimate: US $8,000-16,000

Lot 133 CHINA-FUKIEN ND(1844) CHANGCHOW Silver Military Ration, Zhu Signature, L&M291, K6, NGC AU Details. NC Collection

Long box at top and straight radical on “tung” (as K6 photo). Only 2 chops reverse (one is “hsing” in abbreviated form) and one dig obverse. Edge has Greek border and two different chops.

A PCGS Genuine sold in Beijing 2015 Spring sale for RMB 195500 (US $27930). A NGC AU Details sold in Champion Mar-15 sale for US $27600
Estimate: US $20,000-40,000

Lot 144 CHINA-HEILUNGKIANG ND(1896) 50 Cents Brass Pattern, L&M586, PCGS AU Details
Estimate: US $60,000-120,000

Recent research reveals that the Heilungkiang dies were made using generic punches and hubs in common with the Anhwei, Chekiang, Fengtien and Sinkiang series of dies manufactured by Otto Beh during the period 1897-99. As a total of 260 dies were made, not counting the rejects, the wear and tear on the punches and hubs explains the softness or lack of details on some of the patterns of the above series.

Otto Beh was a specialist in the production of seals and dies. From neighboring Goppingen, Louis Schuler received an order for coining presses in 1895 and commissioned Otto Beh to manufacture the dies. In 1897 and 1898, Beh supplied Schuler with over 200 dies for Chinese coins. At the time, this was the largest order that the company had ever received. Schuler, which started as a Locksmith’s shop in 1839, had grown to become one of the world’s leaders in metal forming and in fact supplied the aforementioned mints with coining presses.

The first piece to be published was a half dollar belonging to Tai Pao-t’ing, which appeared in the July 1944 issue of the Shanghai magazine, Ch’uan Pi. The coin was listed by Kalgan Shih in his 1949 catalog of Chinese silver and gold coins, and by Eduard Kann in his 1953 catalog of Chinese silver and gold coins, though Kann never owned the coin.

The dollar coin was first published in 1981 in H. Chang’s book, Silver Dollars and Taels of China. The first Heilungkiang coin seen in a public auction was the dollar struck in brass, which appeared in a Money Company Hong Kong sale in September 1985. That coin had been discovered in Europe by U.S. coin dealer Bill Randel, and was published in a World Coin News story in the April 9, 1985 issue. The first half dollar to appear in auction was in a Spink-Taisei sale of February 1988, which also contained a Heilungkiang dollar.

An Otto Beh Sinkiang dollar (VF) sold for USD 206,500 in August 2013 Hong Kong auction.

Lot 145 CHINA-HONAN ND(1909) 20 Cash Copper, KM-Pn3, Y21g, CCC537, NGC XF40BN, NC Collection
Estimate: US $30,000-60,000

Honan 20 Cash 1909
A. Shanghai Museum (1990’s)—donated by Sun Ding in the 1970’s.
B. Chen Chi-mao (Taiwan 1997) collection, later sold to Mr. Liu Jiwu.
C. Ponterio auction December 2010 Lot 139 (NGC AU sold US $126,000) But not listed in NGC population report.
D. Feng Yi collection, later sold to Mr. Xiao Zhijun from Guangzhou, PCGS MS64(#872885)
E. One Honan 20 cash from Mr. Luo Zemin collection was sold in Beijing Poly auction.

Honan 20 Cash 1909 Wide Rims
A. Woodward collection sold to Norman Jacobs, and Joe Lang bought it for Aki Laden at $ 30,680 in August 2008 lot 174. Mr. Zou Li bought it at $70,800 in August 2014.
B. Shanghai Museum (1990’s)–donated by Li Weixian in the 1960’s.
C. Money Company auction #6 January 1981 Lot 350 – sold to NC collection (USA)
D. Chen Chi-mao collection, later sold to R.B. White from USA. Missing from R.B. White collection.

Lot 159 CHINA-HUPEH ND(1915) 5 Cents Nickel, K816, NGC AU Details. Wa She Wong Collection
Hupeh province attempted to introduce nickel coinage in the incipient period of the republic, about 1915 or 1916, but the project failed to materialize, so that a few pieces struck by the Wuchang mint remained essays. This may be the rarest nickel pattern of China
A NGC EF45 sold in HK Auction Dec-10 auction for US $11,352
Estimate: US $8,000-16,000

Lot 199 CHINA-KIANGNAN ND(1897) 20 Cents Silver Pattern, L&M212, Y143, Heaton Mint, PCGS SP67. Chinese Family Collection
Estimate: US $40,000-80,000

The 1897 Kiangnan province coinage was among the first Chinese patterns produced by Heaton Mint for the Chinese government. The Heaton dragon design for Kiangnan coinage is one of the most beautiful and popular. There are an estimated eight to 10 sets of patterns struck in proof as examples for presentation to the Chinese government. Most of the proofs are rare and appear at auction during famous collection sales. The Wa She Wong collection in 2010 had only the dollar in proof and the Norman Jacobs collection was missing all examples of proof coinage. The most recent auction record was in a Chinese auction in 2015 for the 20 cents in proof which realized rmb 298,000 (USD 47,700)

Lot 200 CHINA-KIANGNAN ND(1897) 10 Cents Silver Pattern, L&M213, Y142, Heaton Mint, PCGS SP66. Chinese Family Collection
Estimate: US $20,000-40,000

Lot 201 CHINA-KIANGNAN ND(1897) 5 Cents Silver Pattern, L&M214, Y141, Heaton Mint, PCGS SP67. Chinese Family Collection
Estimate: US $30,000-60,000

Lot 232 CHINA-KWEICHOW 1928 Auto Dollar Silver, with 3 blades of grass, L&M610, NGC AU58. W&B Capital Collection. A PCGS MS61 sold for $115,000 in our December 2016 auction
Estimate: US $50,000-100,000

SOURCE: SINGAPORE COIN AUCTION 16, FEB 1994 (LOT 504)

Though made in a remote province, this coin was eagerly sought by collectors shortly after it was issued. As a result, a large percentage of those struck survive today in collectors’ hands. Nearly all, however, circulated for a time and today less than half a dozen uncirculated examples are known to exist. The coin was struck in 1928 for Governor Chou His-cheng who had just completed a motor road through his province. As I pointed out in my 1977 World Coin News article on this coin, the road was actually built as part of a famine relief operation, and was financed in part by the International Famine Relief Commission. An American engineer, O.J. Todd, who was in charge of the project, wrote a book about his work in China that included photographs of Governor Chou and his car. The car, an American model, was purchased in Canton, taken apart and carried by foot to Kweichow, where it was reassembled. It was the only car in the province.

The road went north and west from Kweiyang, but did not connect with any other road. It has long been believed that the Auto Dollar was struck in Szechuan province because Kweichow did not have a mint in those days. In my article I speculated that the coin might have been struck in Kweichow on machinery looted from the Chungking Mint by Chou’s soldiers. Recently an article published in China claimed that this is in fact what happened.

There exists a scarce example with a dot on the door which seemed to be struck from recut dies, which is very rare in high grade. A PCGS AU58 (door with dot variety) sold for USD 74,750 in the Heritage Auctions April 2011 sale. A PCGS VF35 sold for 28,320 in Champion 2012 April sale. A PCGS AU55 sold for US $74,688 in an August 2012 Hong Kong auction.

Lot 267 CHINA-SZECHUAN ND(1902-11) One Rupee Silver, Without Collar and Vertical Rosette, L&M360, Y3, NGC MS66. Charles Tanant Collection. A PCGS MS65+ sold for $32200 in our December 2016 auction
Estimate: US $10,000-20,000

Lot 268 CHINA-SZECHUAN ND(1902-11) One Rupee Silver, Without Collar and Vertical Rosette, L&M360, Y3, NGC MS65+. Charles Tanant Collection. A PCGS MS65+ sold for $23600 in our August 2017 auction
Estimate: US $6,000-12,000

Lot 270 CHINA-SZECHUAN ND(1902-11) One Rupee Silver, w/o Collar and Horizontal Rosette, L&M358, Y3.1, NGC MS63. Charles Tanant Collection. A PCGS MS62 sold for $6325 in our December 2016 auction
Estimate: US $3,000-6,000

Lot 318 CHINA-REPUBLIC 1916 Yuan Shi Kai (Hat Touching Rim) Flying Dragon One Dollar Silver Pattern, Kann 664, L&M 945, KMPn 52, NGC MS63. ULTIMA Collection
Estimate: US $60,000-120,000

There are two different explanations for the Yuan Shih-Kai Flying Dragon Silver Dollar, supposedly struck in 1916 to mark Yuan Shih-Kai’s enthronement as Emperor Hung Hsien. In his 1981 book, The Silver Dollars and Taels of China, prominent Chinese collector H. Chang relates the story of this coin from an unpublished manuscript history of the Tientsin Mint written in the 1920s by the mint director, Li Pai-ch’I (Li Baiqi). According to Li, the Italian engraver L. Giorgi left China in 1917 after training six Chinese engravers. Late in 1915 or early 1916, Giorgi had engraved the dies for a $10 gold coin with the same flying dragon design, but according to Li, Giorgi did not engrave any dies for a dollar with that design. In 1919 (three years after Yuan Shih-Kai died) Li asked the Chinese engravers at the mint to produce a dollar die with the flying dragon design. An engraver named T’ang Shang-chin produced the best die, and it was used with an obverse die engraved in 1914 by Giorgi, to produce the Yuan Shih-Kai Flying Dragon Dollars. These coins were not intended for circulation, but were commemorative coins made for collectors.

Kann lists this variety as an essay, meaning that it is an experimental piece, of which only a few were made, while the regular variety was struck in some quantity. We don’t know on what evidence Kann calls the variety an essay. Perhaps this is based simply on the rarity of the coin.

The Yuan Shih-Kai plume touches the rim is an example of Chinese designer engraving an essay based on the original L Giorgi design which was issued in very large quantities. This plume touches hat issue is similar to the 1913 Yuan Shih-Kai large face 10 cash coin produced by the hupei wuchang mint where the large face is the Essay and the smaller face the regular production issue. Champion Auction sold an example of the 1913 Yuan Shih-Kai large face essay in 2015 for over USD 130,000, a record price and over 10 times the value of a regular smaller face production issue.

This example is one of the two graded in uncirculated by NGC and has a much better strike and luster than the other example in uncirculated grade. Both examples probably comes from the Goodman collection and may have been owned by Kann at one time. We handled both examples of this rarity in uncirculated and they are still the only examples we have seen in uncirculated in the past 20 years. Out of the six examples graded by NGC, these two are the only two graded uncirculated, PCGS has only graded two examples one in AU-55 and one in MS 61. Compared to another essay 1927 Chu Yu Pu dollar, there are many more examples graded by NGC nine examples, four in MS 62, 3 in MS 63, 2 MS 64, and one sold by champion from the Goodman auction in MS 65. The famous Norman Jacobs collection only had an example in Very Fine details probably from the Woodard collection. In a recent auction, a example of a chu yu pu dollars in sp63+ sold for over usd 200,000.

Lot 346 CHINA ND Duan Zhi Gui Silver Medal, made by Tientsin Mint, 9.1g, 78% Ag and 22% Cu, CCC 716 Var., NGC Medal MS64. This silver medal (possibly unique) is exquisitely carved. There also exist very few rare Duan Zhi Gui copper medals.

An UNC copper example sold in Chongyuan Jun-14 sale for RMB 276,000 (US $41,818); A NGC MS63BN copper example sold in Stack’s Bowers April 12 sale for US $29,875.
Estimate: US $30,000-60,000

Lot 389 AUSTRALIA 2018 300 Dollars 10 Kg .9999 Silver Proof, Year of Dog, Mintage 100, with Custom Box and Cert #001
Estimate: US $10,000-20,000

The 2018 Australia Perth Mint 10kg lunar silver Year of the Dog is limited to a mintage of 100. The annual silver 10kg silver is one of the most popular issues by the Perth Mint and always immediately sells out. This year due to a special arrangement with a leading distributor of the Perth mint, we are able to offer this number one coin for auction, previously the number one coin are put aside for top customers of the Perth mint. The coin will be on display during auction viewing by special arrangement with the Perth mint of this first coin off the press. This is a great opportunity to owe one of the world’s most popular and largest lunar coinage in the world.

A maximum of 100 10 kilo coins were also produced on a mint to order basis.

Each coin’s reverse depicts a German Shepherd dog and pub lying in grass with Chinese peony flowers in the background. The design also incorporates the Chinese character for ‘dog’, the inscription “Year of the Dog” and the Perth Mint’s traditional ‘P’ mintmark. The Ian Rank-Broadley effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the denomination are shown on the obverse of each coin.

Lot 390 AUSTRALIA 2018 200 Dollars 2 Oz .9999 Gold Proof Sample, Dragon &Tiger, Mintage 500
Estimate: US $3,000-6,000

This Australia 2018 200 dollars 2 ounce gold dragon and tiger proof is a sample struck by the Perth Mint and delivered to the program sponsor on a letter dated March 1. This is probably the first coin struck off the dies of this high relief proof. We are very excited to off this Chinese style dragon and tiger gold coin from one of the world’s leading mints.

Lot 414 CHINA 1988-1999 Yuan 1 Oz .999 Gold Proof, Lunar Zidiac Set of (12), 1988 Dragon, NGC PF70 ULTRA CAMEO; 1989 Snake, NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1990 Horse, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1991 Goat, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1992 Monkey, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1993 Rooster, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1994 Dog, NGC PF68 ULTRA CAMEO; 1995 Pig, NGC PF68 ULTRA CAMEO; 1996 Rat, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1997 OX, NGC PF68 ULTRA CAMEO; 1998 Tiger, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1999 Ribbit, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO;
1993-2004 .999 Gold Proof, Mintage each 2300, Lunar Zidiac 1/2 Oz Gold [Plum Blossom] Set of (12): 1993 100 Yuan (Rooster), NGC PF68 Ultra Cameo; 1994 100 Yuan (Dog), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1995 100 Yuan (Pig), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1996 100 Yuan (Rat), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1997 100 Yuan (Ox), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1998 100 Yuan (Tiger), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1999 100 Yuan (Rabbit), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 2000 100 Yuan (Dragon), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 2001 200 Yuan (Snake), NGC PF70 Ultra Cameo; 2002 200 Yuan (Horse), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 2003 200 Yuan (Goat), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 2004 200 Yuan (Monkey), NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo;
1981-1992 8g .916 Gold Proof Proof Chinese Zodiac 12 Pieces Proof Set:: 1981 250 Yuan, Year of the Rooster, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1982 200 Yuan, Year of the Dog, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1983 150 Yuan, Year of the Pig, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1984 150 Yuan, Year of the Rat, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1985 150 Yuan, Year of the Ox, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1986 150 Yuan, Year of the Tiger, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1987 150 Yuan, Year of the Rabbit, NGC PF70 ULTRA CAMEO; 1988 150 Yuan, Year of the Dragon, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1989 150 Yuan, Year of the Snake, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1990 150 Yuan, Year of the Horse, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1991 150 Yuan, Year of the Goat, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO; 1992 150 Yuan, Year of the Monkey, NGC PF70 ULTRA CAMEO. Total 36 pieces
Estimate: US $60,000-120,000

Lot 419 CHINA 1989 1500 Yuan 20 Oz .999 Gold Proof, 40th Founding of the People’s Republic – Grand Ceremony, Mintage 100, NGC PF68 ULTRA CAMEO
Estimate: US $120,000-200,000

In 1989, the People’s Bank of China, by authorization of Governor Li Guixian, issued a limited 40th Anniversary commemorative edition. Only 100 coins were produced, each made from 20-ounce pure gold. Further, it was the first legal tender commemorative coin to include a serial number struck directly into the coin’s edge, matching the certificate number. In fact, the China Mint considered this issue so special and prestigious that the certificate, normally noted on paper, was struck and embedded into a 30 mil polyester fiber card.

Lot 424 CHINA 1990-1997 1 Oz .999 Silver Medal, Munich International Coin Fair-panda (8): 1990 Mintage 2000, NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1991 Mintage 2500, NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1992 Mintage 2500, NGC PF68 Ultra Cameo; 1993 Mintage 2500, NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1994 Mintage 2500, NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1995 Mintage 2500, NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo; 1996 Mintage 2500, NGC PF68 Ultra Cameo; 1997 Mintage 1800, NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo. Total 8 pieces
Estimate: US $1,600-3,200

Lot 429 CHINA 1992 12th Anniversary of Lunar Calendar[6 Ripple] 200 Yuan 1000g .999 Silver Proof, Mintage 300, With Cert 267, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO
Estimate: US $30,000-60,000

Lot 439 CHINA 1994 Unicorn 500 Yuan 5 Oz .999 Gold Proof, Mintage 99, Coin Number 47, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO
Estimate: US $36,000-72,000

Lot 442 CHINA 1995 Unicorn 500 Yuan 5 Oz .999 Gold Proof, Mintage 99, Coin Number 86, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO
Estimate: US $38,000-76,000

Lot 471 CHINA-BERLIN 2016 World Money Fair Berlin – Otto Beh Dies Berlin Special Exhibit 62.208 (2 Oz) .999 Gold Proof, diameter 40mm, Commemorative Show Panda, Serial number 03, Mintage 20, NGC PF70 ULTRA CAMEO
Estimate: US $8,000-16,000

Lot 476 CHINA-ANA 2016 ANA World’s Fair of Money Anaheim 373.248g (12 Oz) .999 Silver Proof, Commemorative Panda, 80mm, Coin Number 75, Mintage 125, with Box and Cert
Estimate: US $3,000-6,000

Lot 480 CHINA 2017 Coin of the Year Beijing Book Release 31.104g (1 Oz) .999 Gold Proof, Serial number 9, diameter 40mm, Commemorative Show Panda, Mintage 20, NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO
Estimate: US $3,000-6,000

Viewing in Taipei

  • March 30 11:00-17:00
    Room 50-51, No. 163 Nan King
  • March 31 10:00-12:00
    Room 50-51, No. 163 Nan King

Viewing in Hong Kong

  • April 3 10:00-17:00
    Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Saloon I
  • April 4 09:00-12:00
    Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Saloon II-III
  • April 5 10:00-13:00 Auction Pick up
    Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Saloon I

 

LEAVE A REPLY

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.