Coins Auctions

12 lots
Lot 395
Europe » Norway
1875 (Ag) 10 Ore, Denomination Over Shield (KM – 350) lustrous. Scarce date in this grade
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 396
Europe » Norway
1888 (Ag) 10 Ore, (KM – 350), sharp with full mint lustre, lowest mintage year.
Estimate: 80 – 120 CHF
Lot 397
Europe » Norway
1890 (Ag) 10 Ore, (KM – 350) orange, gold & lilac tone. Highest graded example by NGC
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 398
Europe » Norway
1909 (Ag) 10 Ore (KM – 372) highly reflective proof fields. Highest graded example by NGC
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 399
Europe » Norway
1901 (Ag) 25 Ore (KM – 360) full mint brilliance, tied for finest graded by NGC
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 400
Europe » Norway
1904 (Ag) 25 Ore (KM – 360) Lustrous
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 401
Europe » Norway
1893 (Ag) 50 Ore (KM – 356) light champagne toning, tied for finest graded by NGC with one coin.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 402
Europe » Norway
1898 (Ag) 50 Ore (KM – 356) gem coin with old cabinet toning of gold and olive colour, finest graded coin by NGC
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 403
Europe » Norway
1908 (Ag) 1 Krone (KM – 369) toned silver lustre, Hammers with Shield variety, tied for finest graded coin by NGC
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 404
Europe » Norway
1890 (Ag) 2 Kroner (KM – 359) scarce in this condition, rich old cabinet toning in champagne, olive & gold, only one example graded higher at NGC
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 405
Europe » Norway
1893 (Ag) 2 Kroner (KM – 359) Full olive and sea-green toning; rare in this condition and the finest example of the coin according to NGC
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 406
Europe » Norway
1914 (Ag) 2 Kroner, Constitution Centennial (KM – 377) proof designation, reflective fields. Highest graded example by NGC.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF