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Results of Künker Summer World Coin Auctions 322-324

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We thank you, our customers, for your active participation in the Künker summer world coin auctions 2019, which ended on June 27 at 6.30 pm with great success. In total, more than 1,600 bidders participated in the sale. We were very pleased with the overall hammer price of 7.5 million euros (estimate in total: 5 million euros). A result we are very proud of, and for which we would like to sincerely thank everybody who participated in this sale!

Our auction week started on Monday with a rather unusual time – at 2 pm, German coins and medals were sold in catalog #322. The rarities from the Middle Ages and modern times reached 65% more than the estimate. Particularly popular were the exceptional beautiful medals, which achieved record prices.

Catalog 323 contained a large and very interesting series of French coins, which were very popular as well. After the French coins and medals, we auctioned off at 4 pm the series of Polish rare coins and medals. Most of the rarities came from the already well-known Phoibos collection. This interesting family collection contains many rarities in gold – many of them in stunning condition. The 78 polish gold and silver coins achieved an impressive total hammer price of more than one million euros (estimate: 460,000) which was certainly one of the highlights of our auction week.

The gold coins from catalog #324 were also put up for auction on June 27. The offers included numerous rarities and great qualities. The 1,300 pieces achieved a total hammer price of 2.8 million euros. This result shows us once again that gold coins have a very special fascination among collectors all around the world!

Once again we were able to prove that we are the right address to sell special collections. If you have beautiful or rare individual pieces or an extensive collection and think about submitting them to an auction, please contact us. For our upcoming auctions in Berlin and Osnabruck, we are always happy to accept consignments.

You can view the auction results in detail on our website www.kuenker.de.

Please also note our catalog #325, The Dr. Rainer Opitz Collection, part 3 – 1,000 coins and medals on Reformation and Protestantism, which are being auctioned on the 3rd and 4th of July 2019 on www.elive-auction.de from 6 pm onwards.

For today we say goodbye with the remark that our next auctions will take place on October 7-11, 2019, in Osnabrück.

Our next eLive Auction 55 will take place July 16-18, 2019. From the 8th of July on, you may view the sale online on www.elive-auction.de and place your bids. The auction can also be viewed after the 8th of July by appointment at our business premises.

Many regards from Osnabrück,

Your Künker Team

Highlights From Künker Auction 322

Lot number 63
Otto I, 1157-1184.
Estimate: 2,500 euros, Hammerprice: 5,000 euros.

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Lot number 143
Anhalt-Zerbst. Carl Wilhelm, 1667-1718.
Reichstaler 1678, Zerbst.
Estimate: 10,000 euros, Hammerprice: 22,000 euros.

Lot number 301
Friedrich Ulrich, 1613-1634.
Löser in the weight of 5 Reichstaler 1614, Goslar or Zellerfeld.
Estimate: 25,000 euros, Hammerprice: 40,000 euros.

Lot number 358
City of Frankfurt
Taler n. d. (1547).
Estimate: 20,000 euros, Hammerprice: 42,000 euros.

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Lot number 522
Mecklenburg. Christian Louis I, 1658-1692.
Double reichstaler 1677, Dömitz.
Estimate: 30,000 euros, Hammerprice: 80,000 euros.

Lot number 581
County of Ravensberg
Wilhelm V. von Jülich-Kleve-Berg, 1539-1592.
Reichstaler 1579, Bielefeld.
Estimate: 10,000 euros, Hammerprice: 17,000 euros.

Lot number 982
County of Solms-Lich
Philipp, 1613-1631.
Reichstaler 1623, Lich.
Estimate: 7,500 euros, Hammerprice: 15,000 euros.

Lot number 1038
Albrecht, 1623-1634.
Reichstaler 1629, Jitschin.
Estimate: 7,500 euros, Hammerprice: 22,000 euros.

Lot number 1071
Duchy of Wurttemberg
Friedrich II (I), 1797-1806-1816.
Taler 1806.
Estimate: 15,000 euros, Hammerprice: 30,000 euros.

Lot number 1360
Georg II, 1866-1914.
20 Marks 1882.
Estimate: 15,000 euros, Hammerprice: 20,000 euros.

Lot number 1481
Empire of Austria
Franz Josef I, 1848-1916.
Taler 1877, Vienna.
Estimate: 7,500 euros, Hammerprice: 19,000 euros.

Highlights From Künker Auction 323

CELTIC COINS GALLIA - Lot number 2011 Künker auctions

Lot number 2011
Celtic. Parisii.
Gold stater circa 60 BCE
Estimate: 8,000 euros, Hammerprice: 14,000 euros.

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Lot number 2088
Philip IV. the Fair, 1285-1314.
Florin d’or “à la Reine”, no date (1305).
Estimate: 10,000 euros, Hammerprice: 13,000 euros.

Lot number 2103
Kingdom of France
Philippe VI, 1328-1350.
Couronne d’or n. d. (January 29th, 1340).
Estimate: 35,000 euros, Hammerprice: 40,000 euros.

Lot number 2464
Kingdom of France
Louis XVI, 1774-1793.
Louis d’or aux palmes 1774 A, Paris.
Estimate: 15,000 euros, Hammerprice: 24,000 euros.

Lot number 2852
Kingdom of Poland
Sigismund August, (1530-) 1548-1572.
Ducat 1549, Vilnius, for Lithuania.
Estimate: 40,000 euros, Hammerprice: 92,500 euros.

Lot number 2857
Kingdom of Poland
Sigismund III, 1587-1632.
Portugaleser in the weight of 10 Ducats 1612.
Estimate: 20,000 euros, Hammerprice: 65,000 euros.

Lot number 2863
Kingdom of Poland
Wladislaw IV, 1632-1648.
Ducat 1633, Bromberg,
Estimate: 10,000 euros, Hammerprice: 50,000 euros.

Lot number 2870
Kingdom of Poland
Johann Kasimir, 1649-1668.
Ducat 1651 A-T, Posen.
Estimate: 7,500 euros, Hammerprice: 40,000 euros.

Lot number 2914
City of Gdansk.
5 Ducats n. d.
Estimate: 20,000 euros, Hammerprice: 70,000 euros.

Highlights From Auction 324

Lot number 3038
United Kingdom
Victoria, 1837-1901.
5 Pounds 1839, Una and the Lion, London.
Estimate: 150,000 euros, Hammerprice: 190,000 euros.

Lot number 3185
Italy. Venice.
Alvise IV Mocenigo, 1763-1778.
12 zecchini from the dies of the Scudo della croce (140 soldi) ND.
Estimate: 40,000 euros, Hammerprice: 100,000 euros.

Lot number 3564
Holy Roman Empire
Matthias, 1608-1612-1619.
10 Ducats 1619, Vienna.
Estimate: 25,000 euros, Hammerprice: 120.000 euros.

Lot number 3751
Gold medal in the weight of 12 Ducats n. d. (around 1729).
Estimate: 5,000 euros, Hammerprice: 15.000 euros.

Lot number 4251
Werden and Helmstedt. Abbey.
Johann Stecke, 1432-1452.
Gold gulden n. d. (after 1439), Werden.
Estimate: 30,000 euros, Hammerprice: 32,000 euros.

Result List and Unsold Lots

Were your bids successful? Are you the winner of one or more lot numbers? You can acquire all lots which were not sold during the auction at 80% of the estimate from our auction.

You can buy the unsold lots in the Künker online shop.

Here you can find the auction catalogs as well as the result list from the past Künker auctions.

As a bidder, in the next few days you will automatically receive the results list and, of course, your newly-acquired collector items by mail. If you have not taken part in our auctions but are interested in our results list, we will gladly send it to you upon request.

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