Our Fall Auction Sales - Medieval and Modern Times
25. - 29. September 2023 | Vienna House Remarque, Osnabrück
Dear bidders and coin enthusiasts,
Our upcoming Fall Auction Sales 391-394 are now online. In a total of four catalogs we present you more than 4,000 lot numbers from the Medieval and Modern Times with numerous special collections.
We kick off on Monday, September 25, 2023 with gold coins from around the world (Auction 391), which will also be auctioned on Tuesday morning. In addition to many individual highlights, this catalog also includes two special collections: the extraordinary collection of European coins of the Luxembourg notary Maître Robert Schuman and "Multiple Portraits" from a private collection in Westphalia.
On Tuesday morning, the second part of the Dr. Hans-Jürgen Loos collection will follow - "Hesse and the Hessian Region" (Auction 392). The collection of about 1,800 pieces includes numismatic objects from seven centuries. The aim of the collection was not so much to be complete, but to present an overview of the minted history of Hesse.
The collection, which we are proud to present in cooperation with Laurens Schulman B.V., Harderwijk (NL), can probably be counted among the largest and most beautiful in the Netherlands. It is the first part of the collection Lodewijk S. Beuth - Coins of the Netherlands and the Dutch Overseas Territories since 1795. About 1,200 objects will find a new lover on Wednesday and Thursday morning.
The fourth and last catalog 394, we provide you during our Fall Auction Sales, contains coins and medals from the Medieval and Modern Times, including the Collection of the City of Trier from Prof. Dr. Alois Memmesheimer, the silver "Multiple Portraits" from a private collection in Westphalia, and coins of the German Empire.
We hope that we have aroused your interest and hope that you will enjoy our new auction offer!
Best regards from Osnabrück
Your Künker Team
PS: During our Winter Auction Sales from November 13-17, 2023, we will present Orders and Decorations as well as Coins of the Ancient World at the Vienna House Remarque in Osnabrück.