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Welcome to the auction sales 228-230 of Gorny & Mosch!

    • Lot 44: Tetradrachm.
    • Lot 638: Aureus.
    • Lot 1154: Stater.
    • Lot 3212: Medal.
    • Lot 44: Tetradrachm.
    • Lot 638: Aureus.
    • Lot 1154: Stater.
    • Lot 3212: Medal.
    • SICULO-PUNIANS (Sicily), 320 - 310 v. Chr. Marvelous style! About extremely fine. Estimate: 12,000,- euros

    • COMMODUS as Caesar, 166-177 A.D. Brilliant uncirculated. Estimate: 35,000,- euros

    • Thracian Islands: Thasos, early 5th century B.C., very - extremly fine, Estimate: 800 euros

    • Friedrich August II, 1836-1854. Of Heuchler/Ulbricht, very rare! Estimate: 1.000 Euros

    • Lot 44: Tetradrachm.
    • Lot 638: Aureus.
    • Lot 1154: Stater.
    • Lot 3212: Medal.
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Gorny & Mosch Catalogue 228

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