01 April 2020
The latest online auction of coins, tokens and weights took place on 31 March, giving collectors the chance to bid safely from their home. See the highlights and prices with our auction report…
Amongst the highlights of the sale was a Richard III, groat, London, mm. halved sun and rose (S.2154), a little short of flan but VF and rare. SOLD FOR £500.
The section of the sale dedicated to Milled Coinage included:
Charles II, shilling, 1668, VF, SOLD FOR £200
A George I, Halfpenny, 1719, obv 2 (S.3660). AVF, SOLD FOR: £100
Victoria, Crown, 1887. Virtually EF, SOLD FOR: £50
European coins on offer included a Germany, Frankfurt City, thaler, 1859, centenary of Schillers' birth, GEF. SOLD FOR £60
World Coins include a USA trade dollar, 1876, GVF. SOLD FOR £85.
Knowledgeable and trusted coin experts
All of the online auction house's specialists have more than three decades of experience in the industry, with several working in numismatics since the 1970s.
Auctioneer Mike Veissid said:
'We specialise in coins, tokens, paper money, campaign medals and militaria, and soon we will also have stamps and postcards. Buyers premium is only 17% +VAT and there are currently no sellers fees if anyone should be interested in selling with us. Buyers can bid prior to the sale and live on our website www.2020auctions.co.uk and there are no fees for doing so.