At our Auction 9 – Section of Polish coins

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The section of Polish coins is definitely one of the most willingly and actively auctioned at our events. For this reason, at each auction there are fantastic medieval and royal coins, and often specimens that are traded every few years!

Good examples are, among others, the Gdańsk thaler of Władysław IV Vasa from 1636, which is absent from Polish archives, the beautiful and very rare Gdańsk ort from 1610 – one of the most beautiful, which was auctioned on the Polish market, or the jeton of Jan Firlej, the Grand Treasurer of the Crown.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to purchase selected, mint specimens, for example the Stanisław August Poniatowski thaler from 1794, Henryk Walezy’s Ecu d’or 1583 in the highest note issued so far, MS62, or the fantastic trojak with the Swan from 1600.

We invite you to view the entire offer on the Onebid website and we encourage you to register for the upcoming event. We start auctions on Saturday from 10 am!


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