Rare Coin & Currency Collecting News: Ancient Coins
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For more than 130 years, treasure hunters dreamed of discovering the wreck of the SS Central America, which quickly became known as the ""Ship of Gold."" When the wreck was finally discovered in the late 1980s, the process of retrieving its treasure began.
Stack's Bowers Galleries and Künker Auctions to Jointly Sell the Historic Mark and Lottie Salton Collection of Ancient and World Coins
Auction houses Stack's Bowers Galleries and Künker have been chosen to sell the illustrious Mark and Lottie Salton Collection, a comprehensive holding of many thousands of chiefly gold and silver coins of Ancient Greece, the Roman Empire, and Europe from the medieval period to the 20th century.
Skinner's September Coins and Currency Sale Will Present an 1812 $5 ""Capped Bust"" half-eagle—estimated at $18,000-$20,000
Skinner Auctioneers will host an auction of Coins and Currency with online bidding open from September 14-21, 2021.
Vagi is the third member of the expert NGC grading team to receive the highly regarded Numismatist of the Year award, joining Mark Salzberg, Senior Grading Finalizer, and David W. Lange, Research Director.
Heritage Auctions, the largest auction house founded in the United States, reported total first quarter sales of $337,410,572, an increase of 16 percent over the same period last year. Revenue was driven by world record-breaking sales of U.S. and World & Ancient coins, Comics & Comic Art and Sports memorabilia.
Record-Setting Paramount Collection Brings $41.94 Million at Heritage Auctions -- Premier collection of World and Ancient coins draws bidders from around the world
An auction of 701 lots of World and Ancient coins reached $41,941,592 as The Paramount Collection shattered world records during a once-in-a-lifetime event held by Heritage Auctions.
Impressive Offerings of World and Ancient Coins, Medals, and Paper Money in the Stacks Bowers Galleries January 2021 Auction
An Officially Sanctioned Auction of the NYINC
An EID MAR aureus of Brutus, recently certified by NGC Ancients, has sold for nearly $4.2 million, the highest price ever paid for an ancient coin at auction.
Perhaps the most important and valuable Roman coin ever to be offered at auction — an 'EID MAR' aureus of Brutus in Mint State condition — has been certified by NGC Ancients, the world's premier service for third-party authentication and grading of ancient coins.
The firm's results from New York International Numismatic Convention (NYCINC) and Florida United Numismatic (FUN) Convention set world records.
Stack's Bowers Auction at the 2020 New York International Numismatic Convention Realizes Nearly $5.8 Million Led by 1692 5 Guineas of William & Mary
An impressive sale with many numismatic world rarities demonstrated notable strength in world coins.
The annual F.U.N. show is a seminal event on the rare coin show calendar. Held the first week of the new year, the show -- now in its 65th year -- sets the tone for the year to follow with over 1500 coin dealers and 10,000 collectors in attendance.
Heritage Auctions Launches New Web Feature to Offer Higher-Quality Photographs of World and Ancient Coins in Internet Auctions
Heritage Auctions, the world's leading coins auctioneer, has launched a new feature on its website that displays high-quality photographs of world and ancient coins taken by independent third-party grading companies whenever they are available for internet auction lots.