Ancient coins from all around the world are momentous timepieces portraying authentic evolutions of human history. The collectibles carry stories from individuals and families from different times and places. Holding an auction with such collectibles, are Heritage Auctions; providing an opportunity for enthusiastic coin collectors to be a part of that prestigious club.
World’s Fair of Money World Coins Platinum Night Auction offers valuable rarities from Canadian numismatics. Portraying a crowned George V. in robes facing left, with the initials B.M., the coin estimates highest in the auction with $500,000 and above. Likewise, the auction also features an ancient coin from 625-600 B.C., with inscriptions of a spotted stag depicting a lowered heard and the retrograde legend saying “I am the badge of Phanes”. This particular piece blends art and historic dexterity from Ephesus, Ionia.
Similarly, one can find prized possessions like Croesus Light Stater from the Lydian Kingdom and “Holey Dollar” from Australia, New South Wales of British Colony. For more information do visit Heritage Auctions.
# of Lots:1133
Price Range:$250 - $500,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Ancients: IONIA. Ephesus. Phanes (ca. 625-600 BC)|| Estimate: |
|LYDIAN KINGDOM. Croesus and later (ca. 561-546 BC)|| Estimate: |
|Ancients: SICILY. Syracuse. Time of Dionysius I (405-367 BC)|| Estimate: |
|Australia: New South Wales. British Colony Holey Dollar of 5 Shillings|| Estimate: |
|Canada: George V Specimen Pattern Dollar 1911 SP64 PCGS|| Estimate: |