Your Collection in Best Hands
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG is among the leading auction and trading houses for coins and medals.
Since 1971, the family business stands for professional expertise, reliability and soundness with best international ties to collectors, traders, auction houses and experts. Besides buying and selling coins and medals, as well as four internationally renowned auctions per year, the trade with gold and investment coins is an important mainstay of the company too.
Our extensive range of coins and medals from antiquity to the present is unique in Europe and a treasure chest for collectors and amateurs. In more than 300 successful auctions, the first being in 1985, our thoroughly designed auction catalogues and the smooth, professional course of our auctions have delighted collectors and traders from all over the world.
In the area of gold trade, we offer our customers additionally a wide range of superb gold and investments coins, and buy large gold values at fair up to date prices.
Our Fall Auction Sales are online
From October 7-11, 2019, we will be holding our Fall Auction Sales at the Steigenberger Hotel Remarque. Nearly 6,300 lots of a total estimate of around 7 million euros will be presented in four catalogs. The pieces on offer cover the entire spectrum of numismatics, from ancient coins to modern times and there are numerous special collections as well orders and decorations.
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Results of our eLive Auction 55
Dear Bidders and Coin Enthusiasts,
After three exciting days of our eLive Auction 55 we would like to thank the numerous bidders for their interest and active participation.
Many regards from Osnabrück,
Your Künker Team
You may view all results online at eLive-Auction.de or you can download the result list as a PDF file.
Alchemical Gold Coin Back in Weimar
In an official celebration, Ulrich Künker returned an unpublished specimen of the golden so-called “Alchemistentaler” to the Klassik Stiftung Weimar. The coin had been stolen in 1945. The auction house Künker bore all costs incurred in the restitution of the rare piece.
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