Coins Auctions

38 lots
Lot 194
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS 1236 /1874 (Cu) 1/2 ATT, (Y# 17) dark chocolate fields
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 195
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS 1244 /1882 (Cu) 1/2 ATT (Y# 17) lustrous orange, only two coins graded MS 65 by NGC
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 196
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS 109 /1890 (Cu) 1/2 ATT (Y# 21) lustrous, with eye appeal, tied with 2 more pieces for top grade; only two coins graded MS 65 by NGC
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 197
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS 118 /1899 (Cu) 1/2 ATT (Y# 4) some traces of red
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 198
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS 1236 /1874 (Cu) 1/2 Pai, (Y# 18). Only three coins graded by NGC at MS 65
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 199
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS 115 /1896 (Cu) 1 ATT (Y# 22) light orange & blue tone
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 200
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS 118 /1899 (Cu) 1 ATT (Y# 22) trace of red at the periphery
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 201
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS 121 /1902 (Cu) 1 ATT (Y# 22) light subdued lustre
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 202
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS 1238 /1876 (Cu) 2 ATT, (Y# 19) firey orange lustre, none graded higher by NGC
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 203
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS 121 /1902 (Cu) 2 ATT (Y# 23) Only two examples graded in MS 64 ny NGC and one in MS 65
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 204
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS 1238 / 1876) (Cu) 4 ATT, Scarce 1 Year Type in High Grade, (Y#20) lustrous, only threee examples graded MS 65 by NGC, no higher grades
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 205
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND /1860 (Ag) 1/16 Baht, Rama IV (Y # 7.1) Highest graded example by NGC.
Estimate: 200 – 350 CHF
Lot 206
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1897 / RS 116 (Cu – Ni) H, 10 Satang (Y# 26), sharp strike, tied for top grade
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 207
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1908 / RS 127 (Ni) 10 Satang (Y# 37), light reflective surfaces, only one graded higher by NGC
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 208
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1910 / RS 129 (Ni) 10 Satang (Y# 37) sharp details, only one graded higher with NGC
Estimate: 75 – 100 CHF
Lot 209
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1860 (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y# 8) bright white example.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 210
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND /1876 -1900 (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y# 32) icy white lustre, only three coins graded this high by NGC
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 211
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1902 / RS 121 (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y# 32a) lustrous white surfaces
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 212
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1904 / RS 123 (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y# 32a) lustous white fields, only six coiins graded by NGC in MS 65 and none higher
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 213
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1905 / RS 124 (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y# 32a) silvery lustre
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 214
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1907 / RS 126 (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y# 32a) light silver lustre
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 215
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1908 / RS 127 (Ag) 1/8 Baht, Rama V (Y # 32a)
Estimate: 100 – 200 CHF
Lot 216
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND /1876 -1900 (Ag) 1/4 Baht (Y# 33) Double Die Obverse, frosty white lustre, tied for finest at NGC
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 217
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND /1876 -1900 (Ag) 1/4 Baht, (Y# 33) a well struck example with sharp devices
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 218
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1902 / RS 121 (Ag) 1/4 Baht (Y# 33a) full rainbow bloom, great eye appeal, tied for finest graded
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 219
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1904 / RS 123 (Ag) 1/4 Baht (Y# 33a) subdued lustre
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 220
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1908 / RS 127 (Ag) 1/4 Baht (Y# 33a) silvery lustre
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 221
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1917 / BE 2460 (Ag) 1/4 Baht (Y# 43a), 1920 / BE 2463 (Ag) 1/2 Baht (Y# 44a), 1916 / E 2459 (Ag) Baht (Y# 45) 3 Coin Lot, the Baht displays very nice toning.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 222
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1860 (Ag) 1/2 Baht (Y# 10.1), peripheral toning, well struck
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 223
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1860 (Ag) Baht (Y# 11) elephant reverse, sharp strike for issue, underlying shimmering lustre, only three coins graded in MS 65 by NGC and none higher
Estimate: 250 – 400 CHF
Lot 224
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND /1876 -1900 (Ag) Baht (Y# 34) Double Die Obverse, some light silvery lustre
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 225
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND /1876 -1900 (Ag) Baht (Y# 34) lustrous surfaces with sharp devices
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 226
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND /1876 -1900 (Ag) Baht (Y# 34) mint brilliance with slight peripheral tone, only two coins graded in MS 66 by NGC and none higher
Estimate: 250 – 400 CHF
Lot 227
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1903 / RS 122 (Ag) Baht (Y# 34a) matte lustre
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 228
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1905 / RS 124 (Ag) Baht (Y# 34a) very light champagne hue over silvery surfaces, only four coins graded in MS 64 by NGC and none higher
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 229
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1863 (Ag) 2 Baht, Rama IV (Y# 12) light pewter surfaces with well struck elephant, scarce
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 230
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1929 / BE 2472 (Ag) 1/4 Baht (Y# 48), 1929 / BE 2472 (Ag) 1/2 Baht (Y# 49) 2 Coin Lot, both frosty white and lustrous
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 231
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
1974 / BE 2517 (Au) 5,000 Baht, Conservation Series, White-eyed River Martin, mintage 2,602 coins (Y#104) choice with reflective fields
Estimate: 1’300 – 1’800 CHF