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German Coins & Medals Highlight Künker Auctions

By Künker GmbH ……
Dear Bidders and Coin Enthusiasts,

As always, German coins and medals make up a large portion of our auctioned pieces. Once again, we’re able to offer a wide range of collections featuring German coins.

First of all, there’s a collection of selected bracteates from the High Middle Ages, featuring great rarities. Saxony will be represented with an abundance of rare coins and medals. There will be also another part of the Eberhard Link collection, featuring coins and medals from cities located along the Rhine. Of course, we must point out a particular highlight of this collection: an extensive series of coins and medals of the Counts of Salm – not to be confused with the coins and medals of the county of Solms, of which Günter Westphal has compiled a large collection. As a former sailor, Mr. Westphal is an avid “numisnautist”, that is, a collector that focuses on maritime-themed coins. so you’ll find a variety of ship motifs among the auctioned pieces.

Of course, our Summer Auctions will also feature a broad range of coins from the German Empire, the Weimar Republic, and beyond. And not forgetting the coins and medals from Habsburg – although of course, strictly speaking, they’re more Austrian.

Many regards from Osnabrück,

Your Künker Team

Click here for the Auction 322 catalog, and here for Auction 324

Highlights From Auction 322

Lot number 115
Hersfeld. Siegfried, 1180-1200.
Bracteate, Hersfeld.
Very rare. Almost extremely fine.
Estimate: 5,000 euros

Lot number 136
Sigmaringen. Gottfried III, 1247-1263.
Bracteate, 1250-1260.
Very rare. Extremely fine.
Estimate: 1,000 euros

Lot number 143
Anhalt-Zerbst. Carl Wilhelm, 1667-1718.
Reichstaler 1678, Zerbst.
Very rare. Almost extremely fine.
Estimate: 10,000 euros

Lot number 522
Mecklenburg. Christian Louis I, 1658-1692.
Double reichstaler 1677, Dömitz.
Extremely rare. Extremely fine.
Estimate: 30,000 euros

Lot number 574
Pfalz-Zweibrücken-Veldenz. Wolfgang, 1532-1569.
Reichstaler 1566, Meisenheim.
Extremely rare. Very fine+.
Estimate: 6,000 euros

Lot number 716
Saxony. John George I, 1615-1656.
Broad triple reichstaler 1650, Dresden.
Extremely rare. Extremely fine.
Estimate: 10,000 euros

Lot number 884
Salm-Dhaun. Adolf Heinrich, 1557-1606.
Square half taler n. d., Meddersheim.
Extremely rare. Very fine.
Estimate: 7,500 euros

Lot number 982
Solms-Lich. Philipp, 1613-1631.
Reichstaler 1623, Lich.
Extremely rare. Very fine.
Estimate: 7,500 euros

Lot number 1014
Solms-Greifenstein. Wilhelm Moritz, 1676-1693.
Gulden 1691, Greifenstein.
Very rare. Almost extremely fine.
Estimate: 7,500 euros

Lot number 1142
German Empire.
1/2 mark 1908 F.
Extremely rare. Proof.
Estimate: 6,000 euros

Lot number 1246
German Empire / Bavaria.
20 mark 1913.
Extremely rare. Proof.
Estimate: 20,000 euros

Highlights From Auction 324

Lot number 3564
Holy Roman Empire. Matthias, 1608-1612-1619.
10 ducats 1619, Vienna.
Very rare. Very fine+.
Estimate: 25,000 euros

Lot number 3719
Salzburg. Paris von Lodron, 1619-1653.
10 ducats 1628 on the inauguration of the cathedral.
Very rare. Almost extremely fine.
Estimate: 25,000 euros

Lot number 3774
Bavaria. Charles VII, 1726-1745.
10 ducats 1739, Munich.
Extremely rare. Almost extremely fine.
Estimate: 50,000 euros

Lot number 3993
Hatzfeld. Hermann von Hatzfeld, 1658-1677.
Ducat n. d. (1666), Nuremberg.
Extremely rare. Very fine.
Estimate: 10,000 euros

Lot number 4030
Mainz. Johannes II. von Nassau, 1397-1419.
Gold gulden n. d. (1399-1402), Bingen.
Very rare. Extremely fine.
Estimate: 1,000 euros

Lot number 4090
Pfalz. Rupert III., 1398-1410.
Gold gulden n. d. (1399), Neustadt.
Very rare. Very fine to extremely fine.
Estimate: 2,500 euros

Lot number 4175
Saxony. John George I., 1615-1656.
6 ducats 1630, Dresden.
Very rare. Very fine to extremely fine.
Estimate: 15,000 euros

Lot number 4250
Trier. Lothar von Metternich, 1599-1623.
Gold gulden 1605, Koblenz.
Extremely rare. Extremely fine.
Estimate: 6,000 euros

Lot number 4251
Werden and Helmstedt. Johann Stecke, 1432-1452.
Gold gulden n. d. (after 1439) imitating gold gulden from Utrecht.
Unique. Very fine.
Estimate: 30,000 euros

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