The first day of the 11th auction is behind us

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The first day of the 11th auction is behind us. We were bidding on foreign coins and banknotes today. A total of 1370 items. Emotions and some surprises were certainly not lacking for us or you. The whole session was interesting and dynamic, which was shown by the final prices of many items. The first conclusions and predictions can already be drawn. Rare and well-preserved items are still very popular and their prices remain high.

On the podium in terms of prices, there were three coins:

1 – pos. 51 – Austria, Ferdinand II, Kiper thaler (120 kreuzer) 1621 – final price PLN 26,400 (from 2,000 starting price)

2 – pos. 223 – Germany, Württemberg, Ducat 1841 – NGC MS64 – final price PLN 21,600

3 – pos. 262 – Russia, Alexander II, 5 Rubles 1860 ПФ – final price PLN 9,600

Session II – Sunday is ahead of us, which will also be full of emotions and maybe even bigger because mostly Polish banknotes and coins of the Royal Poland will be auctioned.


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