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Welcome to the auction sales 232-234 of Gorny & Mosch!

    • Lot 119: Octodrachm.
    • Lot 351: 40 asses.
    • Lot 605: Miliaresion.
    • Lot 4115: Double thaler.
    • Lot 119: Octodrachm.
    • Lot 351: 40 asses.
    • Lot 605: Miliaresion.
    • Lot 4115: Double thaler.
    • Edones (Thrace-Macedonian Tribes), ca. 479 - 465 B.C, RR! EF. Estimate: 80,000,- euros

    • Roman Republic, anonymous, Rome, RR! EF. Estimate: 25,000,- euros

    • Artavasdus, 742 - 743 A.D., Constantinople, R! VF-EF. Estimate: 3,000 euros

    • Friedberg, 1591, Unique! EF. Estimate: 40,000 Euros

    • Lot 119: Octodrachm.
    • Lot 351: 40 asses.
    • Lot 605: Miliaresion.
    • Lot 4115: Double thaler.
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