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669 lots
Lot 1
Asia & Australasia » Australia
(Cu) Penny Token (KM-135 ): Sharp details and semi lustrous chocolate coloured fields.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 2
Asia & Australasia » Australia
1911 (Cu) Penny (KM-23 ): Attractive appearance, smooth surfaces with nice underlying lustre; hues of red lustre show through.
Estimate: 250 – 400 CHF
Lot 3
Asia & Australasia » Australia
1919 (Cu) Penny (KM-23): A choice piece with smooth and lustrous surfaces. No mint-mark. Only three coins graded as MS 65 by NGC, none higher.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 4
Asia & Australasia » Australia
1920 (M) (Cu) Penny (KM-23): Dot below scroll. An attractive coin; smooth and lustrous brown surfaces with areas of red lustre coming through.
Estimate: 350 – 650 CHF
Lot 5
Asia & Australasia » Australia
1922 (P) (Cu) Penny (KM-23): Lustrous chocolate brown surfaces with slight hints of red around some of the devices.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 6
Asia & Australasia » Australia
1859 (Au) 1/2 Sovereign (KM-3): Smooth surfaces; original mint lustre is visible. Only four coins graded higher by NGC.0.1177 oz
Estimate: 700 – 1’200 CHF
Lot 7
Asia & Australasia » New Zealand
The New Zealand Exhibition Medal, 1865 (64mm), was designed by Joseph Wyon, the Queen’s medallist; the dies were the work of a famous engraver, Joseph…
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 8
Asia & Australasia » New Zealand
1936 (Ag) Florin (KM-4 ): Better date of the series. Light grey toning with silvery lustre coming through.
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 9
Asia & Australasia » New Zealand
1935 (Ag) Crown (KM-6 ): Waitangi Crown: This coin has mirrored fields with a very light hue of champagne/grey colour across the entire coin on both sides….
Estimate: 4’000 – 5’000 CHF
Lot 10
Asia & Australasia » New Zealand
1935 (Ag). Six-coin lot from 1935 (3 Pence, 6 Pence, Shilling, Florin, 1/2 Crown and Crown). All pieces come from the same old collection. All pieces are…
Estimate: 7’000 – 10’000 CHF
Lot 11
Asia & Australasia » New Guinea
1929 (Cu-Ni). Two coin lot of 1929, 1/2 Penny and 1 Penny in choice Proof conditionNGC/ (1/2 Penny) PF 66, (Penny) PF 67
Estimate: 700 – 1’000 CHF
Lot 12
Asia & Australasia » British North Borneo
1886 H (Cu) 1/2 Cent (KM-1 ): A gem-piece; proof-like and brilliant.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 13
Asia & Australasia » British North Borneo
1884 H (Cu) 1 Cent (KM-2 ): Sharp specimen strike; variations in toning.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 14
Asia & Australasia » British North Borneo
1886 H (Cu) 1 Cent (KM-2 ): Sharp and mostly red in colour
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 15
Asia & Australasia » British North Borneo
1890 H (Cu) 1 Cent (KM-2 ): Sharp specimen strike; lustrous brown surfaces with some very light hues of blue; semi proof like fields.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 16
Asia & Australasia » British North Borneo
1890 H (Cu) 1 Cent (KM-2 ): Very sharp details and smooth chocolate brown surfaces. Subdued lustre comes through the entire coin with traces of red and…
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 17
Asia & Australasia » British North Borneo
1891 H (Cu) 1 Cent (KM-2 ): very sharp details and smooth chocolate brown surfaces; subdued lustre shows through
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 18
Asia & Australasia » Ceylon
(1823) (Ag) Rupee. Crown counterstamp on a Madras Rupee host coin; the rupee is graded AU 58 and the counterstamp is labelled “Unc Strong”.
Estimate: 300 – 400 CHF
Lot 19
Asia & Australasia » Ceylon
1870 (Cu) 5 Cents (KM-93 ): Well struck and smooth surfaces. Lustrous red brown colour with hues of light blue. Good eye appeal.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 20
Asia & Australasia » Ceylon
1870 (Cu) 5 Cents (KM-93b): A fully struck proof coin with very sharp and perfectly defined details; Lustrous brown and mirrored surfaces with hues of…
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 CHF
Lot 21
Asia & Australasia » Ceylon
1890 (Cu) 5 Cent (KM-93 ): Well struck and sharp details; smooth and lustrous surfaces; good eye appeal.
Estimate: 250 – 400 CHF
Lot 22
Asia & Australasia » China » Empire
1907 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 10.4 ): Standard Dragon; Dot After “Kuo”, attractive subdued lustre with traces of red.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 23
Asia & Australasia » China » Empire
1908 (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 12, L&M-13): Dot on the tail
Estimate: 350 – 550 CHF
Lot 24
Asia & Australasia » China » Empire
YR3 (1911) (Ag) Dollar (Y-31, L&M-37): No Period – Extra flame. Sharp details all around the coin; lustrous silvery/white colour and smooth surfaces. A…
Estimate: 6’000 – 9’000 CHF
Lot 25
Asia & Australasia » China » Anhwei Province
1906 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 10a): Nice subdued lustre across the coin with light traces of red coming through. Highest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 26
Asia & Australasia » China » Cheklang Province
(1903-06) (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 49.1): Lustrous surfaces with traces of red; uneven toning on the reverse.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 27
Asia & Australasia » China » Cheklang Province
1906 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 10b): “K110” for Kuo. Variations in toning, traces of lustre across brown surfaces.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 28
Asia & Australasia » China » Cheklang Province
YR13(1924) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 371, L&M-289): Lustrous with nice silvery surfaces.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 29
Asia & Australasia » China » Chihli Province
YR23(1897) (Ag) 5 Cents (Y 61.2, L&M-448): A lower mintage of only 39, 000 coins; well struck with strong details; a white silvery lustre on the dragon’s…
Estimate: 200 – 350 CHF
Lot 30
Asia & Australasia » China » Chihli Province
YR25 (1899) (Ag) 5 Cents (Y 69, L&M-458): Fully struck with very sharp details. Silvery lustre coming through light hues of olive/ champagne toning on…
Estimate: 200 – 350 CHF
Lot 31
Asia & Australasia » China » Chihli Province
YR25 (1899) (Ag) S$1 (KM Y73, L&M-454): Fully struck with sharp details on both sides; attractive old cabinet toning with silvery/olive colours. Smooth…
Estimate: 5’000 – 8’000 CHF
Lot 32
Asia & Australasia » China » Fukien Province
(1901-05) (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 100.1): 3 Clouds Pearl, no cloud behind the tail, well struck with sharp details; attractive and lustrous brown surfaces with…
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 33
Asia & Australasia » China » Fukien Province
(1896) (Cu) 20 Cents (KM-104, L&M-296 Dots).
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 34
Asia & Australasia » China » Hunan Province
1919 (Cu) 20 Cash (Y 400.7): Larger star-shaped rosette above crossed flags; legends: Hu-Nan Shah Tsoh.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 35
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
1906 (Cu) 1 Cash (Y 121): A one-year type; lustrous surfaces with some red colour coming through
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 36
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
(1902-05) (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 120 a.3): Lustrous brown surfaces with traces of red coming through. Only five coins graded as MS 64 by NGC, none higher.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 37
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
(1902-05) (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 122): Water Dragon Large “Bei” – With Cloud. Only three coins graded as MS 65 by NGC, none higher.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 38
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
1906 (Cu) 20 Cash (Y 11j): Fully struck with smooth and lustrous surfaces; red lustre shows through on both sides with nice hues of light blue on the reverse…
Estimate: 7’000 – 10’000 CHF
Lot 39
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
(1895-1905) (Ag) 5 Cents (Y 123, L&M-186): Fully struck with very sharp details; silvery lustre with light hues of blue and champagne colours on the dragon…
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 40
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
(1895-1907) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 124.1, L&M-185): Silvery surfaces with light champagne toning.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 41
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
(1895-1907) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 124.1, L&M-185): Fully struck with full details, shimmering silver lustre with exceptionally smooth surfaces. A very light…
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 42
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
(1895-1907) (Ag) 20 Cents (Y 125.1, L&M-184): A choice piece with a nice silvery colour across both sides of the coin. Only four coins graded at this level…
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 43
Asia & Australasia » China » Hupeh Province
(1895-1905) (Ag) 50 Cents (Y 126, L&M-183): Dragon type half dollar; nice silvery colour with light champagne toning across the coin.
Estimate: 600 – 900 CHF
Lot 44
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1904 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 135.5): Flying dragon; short 8 tails, lustrous surface. Finest graded at NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 45
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1905 (Cu) 10 Cash. (Y 138.1 ): Water Dragon, nice surfaces across the coin with traces of red coming through. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 46
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1906 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 10K.2): Subdued lustre across brown surfaces; very slight traces of red around some of the devices. Rev: Water Dragon. Only two coins…
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 47
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1906 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 140.2 Traces of red lustre around the devices and some areas on the field. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 48
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1906 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 10K.3): Empire Dragon, narrow face on the dragon and raised dots for the eyes; a fully struck coin with very sharp details; lustrous…
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 49
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1907 (Cu) 10 Cash (Y 10K.5): Empire dragon with wide face; seven flames on pearl.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 50
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
(1898) (Ag) 5 Cents (Y 141a, L&M-214C): Uncircled Dragon
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 51
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1899 (Ag) 5 Cents (Y 141a, L&M-228): A rare date of only 3,812 pieces minted in exceptionally high grade. Fully struck, sharp details and a lustrous silvery…
Estimate: 5’000 – 8’000 CHF
Lot 52
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1898 (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 142a.2, L&M-221): Uncircled dragon, well struck; silvery white surfaces. Only four coins graded at this level by NGC, and one higher.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 53
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1899 (Ag) 10 Cents (L&M-227): “72 Candareens”. Finest grade coin at NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 54
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1899 (Ag) 10 Cents (L&M-227): Only five coins graded at this level by NGC, and one higher.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 55
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1901 (Ag) 10 Cents (L&M-246): A well struck coin with sharp details; an attractive olive/ champagne toning on both sides of the coin with lustre coming…
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 56
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangnan Province
1902 (Ag) 20 Cents (L&M-249): Nice silvery lustre across the coin. Some weakness on the strike along the dragon’s body
Estimate: 250 – 450 CHF
Lot 57
Asia & Australasia » China » Kiangsoo Province
1902 (Cu) 10 Cash. Flying dragon long 9 tails. Fully struck with sharp details; lustrous surfaces with traces of red coming through.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 58
Asia & Australasia » China » Kirin Province
1902 (Ag) 20 Cents (Y 181a, L&M-544): Nice silvery lustre; some weakness in the strike on the dragon but an attractive coin.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 59
Asia & Australasia » China » Kirin Province
1906 (Ag) 50 Cents (Y 182.3, L&M-563): Dragon type half dollar with a nice silvery colour across the coin.
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 60
Asia & Australasia » China » Kirin Province
1905 (Ag) Dollar (Y 183.4, L&M-557): Rosettes, silvery white surfaces with some lustre coming through. Some weakness in the strike along parts of the dragon’s…
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 61
Asia & Australasia » China » Kwangsi Province
YR9 (1920) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 414, L&M-165): An attractive coin; shades of grey/blue and orange toning with lustre coming through. Only one coin graded higher…
Estimate: 400 – 700 CHF
Lot 62
Asia & Australasia » China » Kwangtung Province
(1900-06) (Cu) 1 Cent. “One Cent” both sides, a well struck coin; nice surfaces with some red lustre coming through
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 63
Asia & Australasia » China » Kwangtung Province
(1900-06) (Cu) 1 Cent. “One Cent” both sides, fully struck with sharp details; lustrous with traces of red around the devices. Only one coin graded higher…
Estimate: 300 – 400 CHF
Lot 64
Asia & Australasia » China » Kwangtung Province
1907 (Cu) 10 Cash. Strong details; subdued lustre shows through. Highest graded at NGC.
Estimate: 100 – 175 CHF
Lot 65
Asia & Australasia » China » Kwangtung Province
(1890-1908) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 200, L&M-136): A fully stuck piece with light toning.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 66
Asia & Australasia » China » Kwangtung Province
(1890-1908) (Ag) 20 Cents (Y 201, L&M-135): Silvery white surfaces; fully struck and lustrous.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 67
Asia & Australasia » China » Sinkiang Province
1929 (Cu) 10 Cash. This is an attractive example of a series that usually comes crudely struck. Better than average surfaces with slight traces of red…
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 68
Asia & Australasia » China » Sinkiang Province
China Kashgar (Xinjiang) AH 1292, (1875). Ya’ qub Beg, “The Rebel”: (Au) Tilla (Pere 915; KM c 37- 2.6): Obverse; Name of Abdul Aziz in a circle of dots…
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 CHF
Lot 69
Asia & Australasia » China » Taiwan Province
1893-94 (Ag) 10 Cents. (KM-247.1) The striking of this coin was somewhat crude. Light champagne toning with traces of lustre coming through. In VF-XF condition.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 70
Asia & Australasia » China » Szechuan Province
(1898-1908) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 235, L&M-350).
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 71
Asia & Australasia » China » Republic
YR5 (1916) (Cu) 1 Cent (Y 324): A choice piece; lustrous brown surfaces with hues of blue
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 72
Asia & Australasia » China » Republic
YR15(1926) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 334, L&M-83): Dragon and Phoenix. A one-year type, well struck; silvery lustre with areas of champagne toning.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 73
Asia & Australasia » China » Republic
YR16(1927) (Ag) 10 Cents (Y 339, L&M-849): Sun Yat-Sen. A well struck piece with full details and attractive colour; silvery surfaces with very light shades…
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 74
Asia & Australasia » China » Republic
YR16(1927) (Ag) 20 Cents (Y 340, L&M-847): Sun Yat-Sen. A fully struck and a nicely detailed piece; light toning across the coin with silvery lustre coming…
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 75
Asia & Australasia » China » Republic
1914 (Ag) Dollar (Y 322, L&M-858): Yuan Shih-Kai Founding of the republic; this is a fully struck coin; all details are very sharp right up to the tip…
Estimate: 7’000 – 10’000 CHF
Lot 76
Asia & Australasia » China » Republic
(1918) (Ag) Dollar (Y 322.1): Yuan Shih-Kai 39mm restrike; reflective and lightly toned surfaces of grey and champagne colours; silvery lustre coming through.
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 77
Asia & Australasia » China » Republic
YR23(1934) (Ag) Dollar (Y 345, L&M-110): Brilliant uncirculated.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 78
Asia & Australasia » China » Manchukuo Province
(Cu-Ni) . A three-coin lot. KT3 (1936). All pieces are bright and lustrous.5 Fen graded MS 65 by NGCChiao graded MS 64 by NGCChiao (1940) graded MS 65…
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 79
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1979 (Au) 450 Yuan (KM-9): Year of the Child0.4968 oz
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 80
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1983 (Au) 50 Yuan. Panda1/2 oz
Estimate: 750 – 900 CHF
Lot 81
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1990 (Au) 50 Yuan. Panda Large Date 1/2 oz
Estimate: 750 – 900 CHF
Lot 82
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1998 (Au) 10 Yuan (KM-1127): Panda Small Date1 oz
Estimate: 400 – 700 CHF
Lot 83
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1983 (Au) 100 Yuan (KM-72): Panda1 oz
Estimate: 1’700 – 2’100 CHF
Lot 84
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1991 (Au) 100 Yuan. Panda Small Date1 oz
Estimate: 1’600 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 85
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1995 (Au) 100 Yuan (KM-350): Panda Large Date1 oz
Estimate: 2’500 – 3’500 CHF
Lot 86
Asia & Australasia » China » PRC
1997 (Au) 100 Yuan (KM-991): Panda Small Date1 oz
Estimate: 1’600 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 87
Asia & Australasia » Hong Kong
1865 (Cu) 1 Mil (KM-1): A sharp coin with lustrous red surfaces
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 88
Asia & Australasia » Hong Kong
1863 (Cu) 1 Mil (KM-1): Nice red/orange colour. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 89
Asia & Australasia » Hong Kong
1866 (Cu) 1 Mil (KM-1): Lustrous red/brown surfaces.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 90
Asia & Australasia » India
AH XX1 (1266-87), (Au), Delhi Sultanate, Balban, Gold Tanka, Delhi mint. Yellow/gold surfaces, bright and lustrous. BU quality.11.1 grams
Estimate: 900 – 1’200 CHF
Lot 91
Asia & Australasia » India » Mughal Empire
Mughal India AH 1115/49. Aurangzeb: (Au) Mohur struck in Khujista Bunyad. Superb example struck from new dies giving a very sharp impression, no wear with…
Estimate: 600 – 950 CHF
Lot 92
Asia & Australasia » India » Princely States
Awadh AH 1237/3. Ghazi ud-din Hai: (Au) Gold Ashrafi, Lucknow mint (KM-170.2): Well struck with lustrous yellow/gold surfaces.10.72 gr
Estimate: 1’400 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 93
Asia & Australasia » India » Princely States
VS1992(1935) (Cu) 1/2 Anna (KM-50): Only three coins graded this high by NGC.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 94
Asia & Australasia » India » Portuguese
1782 (Ag) 1/2 Pardao (KM-189): Well struck with strong details. Light toning on both sides. Highest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 95
Asia & Australasia » India » Portuguese
1871 (Cu) 1/2 Tanga (KM-305): Nice surfaces with red lustre coming through.
Estimate: 200 – 350 CHF
Lot 96
Asia & Australasia » India » Portuguese
1871 (Cu) Tanga (KM-306) Nice surfaces with red lustre coming through. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 97
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1801-11 (Ag) 1/2 Pagoda (KM-353): Gun Metal Grey with various shades of toning. In VF-EF condition.
Estimate: 700 – 1’200 CHF
Lot 98
Asia & Australasia » India » British India » Bengal Presidency
AH 1184/11 Bengal Presidency. Gold Mohur; mint: Murshidabad (Calcutta) (KM-94.2).12.4 gr
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’300 CHF
Lot 99
Asia & Australasia » India » British India » Bengal Presidency
Bengal Presidency AH 1184/11: (Au) Mohur (KM-94) Obverse; Couplet in five lines; mint: Murshidabad [Calcutta]; well struck, one side a little off centre…
Estimate: 750 – 1’000 CHF
Lot 100
Asia & Australasia » India » British India » Madras Presidency
(1808-15) (Au) Pagoda (KM-356) Fully struck with very sharp and well defined details all around; smooth and lustrous yellow/gold surfaces.2.97 g
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 101
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
(Cu) . 2 coin lot of 1/12 Anna’s (1835 Red Brown MS 65 & 1848 MS 65 Brown)
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 102
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1835 (M) (Cu) 1/4 Anna (KM-446.2, S&W-1.98 Type A/8 17 Berries – Sloping 1): A sharp proof coin that was struck slightly off alignment on the reverse side….
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 103
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1835 (B) (Cu) 1/2 Anna (KM-447.1): A well struck coin; attractive and lustrous brown surfaces that have a slightly proof-like appearance on the obverse…
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 104
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1845 (C) (Cu) 1/2 Anna (KM-447.1): Well struck and attractive surfaces. Traces of red lustre coming through.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 105
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
(Cu) 1876 to 1899. A six-coin lot of 1/12 Anna’s in superb; 1876 MS 64 Red Brown, all others MS 65 Red Brown.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 106
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1938 (C) (Cu) 1/2 Pice. Nice chocolate brown surfaces, subdued lustre shows through. Only three coins graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 500 – 700 CHF
Lot 107
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1874 (C) (Cu) 1/4 Anna (KM-467): Well struck and lustrous; smooth surfaces.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 108
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1877 (B) (Cu) 1/4 Anna (KM-486): Lustrous darker brown surfaces with hues of blue; traces of red lustre coming through. Highest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 109
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1879 C (Cu) 1/4 Anna (KM-486): Fully struck and sharp; smooth surfaces and lustrous brown colour with hues of blue. Only two coins graded this high by…
Estimate: 100 – 175 CHF
Lot 110
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1911 (C) (Cu) 1/4 Rupee (KM-511): A scarce date; a good eye appeal coin with attractive traces of rainbow hues and red/orange lustre. Only two coins graded…
Estimate: 750 – 1’250 CHF
Lot 111
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1841 (C) (Ag) 2 Annas (KM-460.2, S&W-3.64 Type A/1 16 Berries – “W.W.”): Lustrous, with shimmering silver surfaces; light champagne toning around the peripheries.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 112
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1883 (B) (Ag) 2 Annas (KM-488): Silvery surfaces with shimmering lustre. Only two coins graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 113
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1884 B (Ag) 2 Annas (KM-488): Raised Mintmark, lustrous with silvery / white surfaces. Only two coins graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 114
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1889 C (Ag) 2 Annas (KM-488): Fully struck and sharp; attractive toning of olive and rainbow colours with subdued lustre coming through.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 115
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1892 C (Ag) 2 Annas (KM-488): Fully struck and very sharp; silvery colour with champagne hues and olive toning around the peripheries. Only one coin graded…
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 116
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1883 (B) (Ag) 1/4 Rupee (KM-490): Fully struck and sharp details; lustrous with light toning. Only three coins graded this high by NGC.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 117
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1901 C (Ag) 1/4 Rupee (KM-490): Sharp and lustrous with a light champagne and rainbow hues around the periphery. Only two coins graded this high by NGC.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 118
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1835 (C) (Ag) 1/2 Rupee (KM-449.2): Letter F raised on the truncation. A fully struck coin and sharp. Silvery lustre with shades of grey and champagne…
Estimate: 500 – 900 CHF
Lot 119
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1840 (B&C) (Ag) 1/2 Rupee (KM-456.1, S&W-3.46 Type A/1 24 Berries – “.W.W”): Silvery lustre with an attractive champagne hue; orange/gold toning around…
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 120
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1878 (Ag) 1/2 Rupee (KM-491): A better date; well defined details; gun metal grey with different variations of toning. XF condition.
Estimate: 350 – 550 CHF
Lot 121
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1879 C (Ag) 1/2 Rupee (KM-491): A scarcer date: Graded UNC Details (cleaning). Gun Metal Gray with traces of olive/champagne colour on the reverse with…
Estimate: 800 – 1’200 CHF
Lot 122
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1881 C (Ag) 1/2 Rupee (KM-491): A scarce date in this exceptionally high grade. Fully struck with sharp details all around. Crisp appearance and toned…
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 123
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
(Ag) . A three-coin lot: Silvery white and very lustrous. 1862 (C) 2 Annas, graded MS 661862 (C) 1/4 Rupee, graded MS 64+1862 (B&M) 1/2 Rupee, graded MS…
Estimate: 225 – 350 CHF
Lot 124
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1840 (C) (Ag) Rupee (KM-457.1): Silver coloured surfaces and waves of shimmering lustre. Only three coins graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 100 – 175 CHF
Lot 125
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1912 B. George V: (Ag) Proof Restrike Rupee, Bombay mint. Pewter patina, mirrored surfaces with and lovely light toning.
Estimate: 400 – 700 CHF
Lot 126
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
(Cu) . A three-coin lot, 1907 Anna, and 1910 1/4 Anna and 1/12 Anna.1907 Anna – graded MS 651910 1/4 Anna – graded MS 66 Red Brown1/12 Anna- graded MS…
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 127
Asia & Australasia » India » Princely States
1912 (Cu) 1/4 Anna (KM-16): An attractive well struck coin with nice smooth surfaces; areas of red lustre coming through. Only three coins graded higher…
Estimate: 250 – 375 CHF
Lot 128
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1841 (C) (Au) Mohur (S&W-3.11 Type B/1 “W.W.”; Crosslet 4): Strong details.0.3437 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’200 CHF
Lot 129
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1841 (C) (Au) Mohur (S&W-3.7 Type A/1 “W.W.” Plain 4): Nice surfaces across both sides0.3437 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 130
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1841 (C) (Au) Mohur (S&W-3.7 Type A/1 “W.W.” Plain 4): Nice surfaces across both sides; frosty lustrous appearance0.3437 oz
Estimate: 2’200 – 2’700 CHF
Lot 131
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
British India (East India Company) 1841 Victoria gold Mohur (KM 462.1 S&W-3.7, Type A/1): This coin is in a nice condition (a minor edge bruise at 9 o’clock…
Estimate: 2’800 – 4’000 CHF
Lot 132
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1862 (C) (Au) Mohur (KM-480): Strong details; yellow/gold colour and lustrous.0.3437 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’300 CHF
Lot 133
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1862 (C) (Au) Mohur (KM-480): “V” on the bust; fully struck with very sharp details; lustrous yellow/gold surfaces. Only two coins graded higher by NGC.0.3437…
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’300 CHF
Lot 134
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1881 (C) (Au) Mohur (KM-496): Lustrous yellow/gold surfaces0.3437 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’300 CHF
Lot 135
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1884 (Au) Mohur (KM-496): Low mintage of 8,643 coins and the scarce date of the series. Well struck and sharp details. AU Details (cleaned) condition0.3437…
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 136
Asia & Australasia » India » British India
1888 (C) (Au) Mohur (KM-496): Well struck and sharp; lustrous yellow/gold surfaces. Small rim bruise at 10 O’clock. Highest graded at NGC.0.3437 oz
Estimate: 2’500 – 3’500 CHF
Lot 137
Asia & Australasia » Korea
(1882-83) (Ag) 2 Chon (KM-1082): Blue Enamel in the centre.
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 138
Asia & Australasia » Korea
KK504 (1895) (Brass) 1 Fun (KM-1105): 2 Characters. Lustrous yellow colour with areas of light toning (Brass)
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 139
Asia & Australasia » Korea
KM10 (1906) (Cu) 1 Chon (KM-1125).
Estimate: 300 – 400 CHF
Lot 140
Asia & Australasia » Mongolia
Year 2000 (Ag) 2500 Tugrik (Sch. B-232): Brilliant uncirculated with the original box and certificate.5 Oz silver and 65 mm
Estimate: 700 – 1’200 CHF
Lot 141
Asia & Australasia » Myanmar
Tiger two-coin set (Au). 1998 2,000 Kyat (KM-55) (Mintage 1,998) and 1999 5,000 Kyat (KM-56) (Mintage 5,798). Choice proof with certificate and original…
Estimate: 1’400 – 1’600 CHF
Lot 142
Asia & Australasia » Nepal
NS 789 (1669) (Ag) 1/2 Mohar (KM-171).
Estimate: 175 – 250 CHF
Lot 143
Asia & Australasia » Nepal
Nepal, Shah Dynasty SE 1698 (1776). Pratap Simha: (Au) Presentation issue of two Rupees struck in gold in the name of Queen Rajendra Lakshmi (KM 488; Fr-1):…
Estimate: 4’000 – 6’000 CHF
Lot 144
Asia & Australasia » Nepal
SE1833 (1911) (Ag) 4 Mohars (KM-696): BU and sharp; slight variations of toning
Estimate: 175 – 250 CHF
Lot 145
Asia & Australasia » Malaya
1810 (Cu) 1/2 Cent. Penang: Fully struck with strong details; chocolate brown surfaces with some original lustre coming through.
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 146
Asia & Australasia » Singapore
AH1247(1831) (Cu) Keping (Prid-30):. Brown surfaces with very light traces of blue; shimmering wavy lustre shows through under the toning.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 147
Asia & Australasia » Singapore
AH1250(1835) (Cu) Keping (Prid-33): C R Read. Fully struck with very sharp details all around; smooth and lustrous surfaces.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 148
Asia & Australasia » Sarawak
1941H (Cu) 1 Cent (KM-18): The key date of the series: Sharp appearance with very strong details; lustrous and reflective brown surfaces with red lustre…
Estimate: 1’400 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 149
Asia & Australasia » Sarawak
(1932) (white metal) Fund Medal (SS-30): Smooth matte surfaces.
Estimate: 900 – 1’300 CHF
Lot 150
Asia & Australasia » Straits Settlements
1845 (Cu) 1/4 Cent (KM-1): A choice fully struck coin; sharp details and lustrous chocolate brown surfaces. Traces of red lustre coming through around…
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 151
Asia & Australasia » Straits Settlements
1862 (Cu) 1/4 Cent (KM-4): A Scarce one (1) year type. Chocolate brown surfaces.
Estimate: 750 – 1’250 CHF
Lot 152
Asia & Australasia » Straits Settlements
(Cu) . A two-piece lot of 1889 1/4 Cent and 1/2 Cent coins. Choice and fully-struck pieces; lustrous red surfaces with some darker toning in a few areas….
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 153
Asia & Australasia » Straits Settlements
(Cu) . A two-piece lot of 1916 1/4 Cent and 1/2 Cent coins. Choice and fully-struck pieces; lustrous red/brown surfaces. Both graded MS 66 Red Brown by…
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 154
Asia & Australasia » Singapore
AH1251(1835) (Cu) Keping (KM-Tn1): Minted in Sumatra. Tarumon. Fully struck, sharp details and lustrous surfaces. Brown colour with a light hue of blue;…
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 155
Asia & Australasia » Indonesia » Sumatra (Indonesia)
Sumatra AH 1219 // 1804, 4 Kepings (KM-266, SS-5, P-4 Thick Flan): Fully struck and sharp details all around; lustrous mirror surfaces.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 156
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS1244 (1882) (Cu) 1/2 Att (KM-17): A choice piece: smooth surfaces; chocolate brown colour with hues of blue toning and red lustre showing through.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 157
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS1236 (1874) (Cu) 1/2 Pai (KM-18): Lustrous red/brown surfaces.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 158
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS1238 (1876) (Cu) 4 Att (KM-20): A one (1) year type: Smooth brown surfaces with traces of red lustre showing around some of the devices.
Estimate: 600 – 900 CHF
Lot 159
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS1236 (1874) (Cu) 2 Att (KM-19): Smooth chocolate brown surfaces with red/orange lustre around the devices.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 160
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
(1860) (Ag) 1/16 Baht (Y 71): Rama IV: Lustrous with silvery coloured surfaces; some darker colouring above the pagodas.
Estimate: 300 – 450 CHF
Lot 161
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
(1860) (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y 8) Rama IV: Fully Struck with very sharp details on the Pagodas and the elephant; silvery/white surfaces and lustrous.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 162
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
(1869) (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y 28): Rama V: Well struck with fully detailed Pagodas and a well defined elephant. Lustrous surfaces.
Estimate: 150 – 200 CHF
Lot 163
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
(1869) (Ag) Baht (KM-31): Strong details on the elephant; lustrous silvery white surfaces.
Estimate: 175 – 250 CHF
Lot 164
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
(1860) (Ag) 1/4 Baht (KM-29): Rama IV: Lustrous silvery/white surfaces. Finest grade coin at NGC.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 165
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
(1863) (Ag) 2 Baht (KM-12): Rama IV: A one (1) year type. Fully struck with sharp details on all features; underlying lustre shows through toned surfaces…
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 166
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS124 (1905) (Cu) 1/2 Att (KM-22): Smooth and lustrous red/brown surfaces. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 167
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
CS1249 (1887) (Cu) 1 Att (KM-22): A very sharp and choice piece: shimmering lustre on smooth surfaces. Attractive colours on the coin; brown toning with…
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 168
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS109 (1890) (Cu) 1 Att (Y 22): Only one coin graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 169
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS121 (1902) (Cu) 2 Att (KM-23).
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 170
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS123 (1904) (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y 32a): The strike is on the softer side; the date is legible and the coin is very lustrous with a brilliant silvery/white…
Estimate: 175 – 250 CHF
Lot 171
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS120 (1901) (Ag) 1/4 Baht (Y 33a): Key date of this type; Reasonably well struck, strong pagodas and a clear date.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 172
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS125 (1906) (Ag) 1/8 Baht (Y 32a): Well struck with strong details especially on the reverse side. Silvery/white lustre.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 173
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS121 (1902) (Ag) 1/4 Baht (KM-33a): Lustrous silvery/white surfaces.
Estimate: 175 – 150 CHF
Lot 174
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
RS125 (1906) (Ag) 1/4 Baht (KM-33 a): Sharp details; silvery/grey toning with subdued lustre coming through.
Estimate: 100 – 175 CHF
Lot 175
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
(1860) (Cu) 1/4 Baht (Pn 6) A scarce pattern; well struck with sharp details; traces of red lustre on both sides.
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 176
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
ND (1868) (Ag) Baht (KM-Pn 27): A scarce pattern: very attractive old cabinet toning of champagne and grey colouring. Mirrored fields on both sides with…
Estimate: 7’000 – 10’000 CHF
Lot 177
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
BE 2505 (1962) (Cu) Baht. A trial strike of a round coin with the bust of Rama IX; struck on a square planchet; lustrous unc. details on the impression…
Estimate: 200 – 350 CHF
Lot 178
Asia & Australasia » Thailand
BE2517 (1974) (Au) 5,000 Baht (Y 104) White-Eyed River Martin0.9675 oz
Estimate: 1’700 – 2’200 CHF
Lot 179
Asia & Australasia » Vietnam
1926-45 3 Tien. Bao Dai. Holed on opposite ends which is typical of this type.12.81 g
Estimate: 1’400 – 2’200 CHF
Lot 180
Asia & Australasia » Vietnam
1946 (Aluminium) 5 Hao (KM-2.2): Value Raised In Star. Fully lustrous and choice condition. Ten coins graded as MS 66 by NGC, none higher.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 181
Middle East & Near East » Islamic Coins » Umayyad
AH 118 (Ag) Dirham (Klat 362): Umayyad, Hisham, Dimashq. Well struck and fully legible; lustrous silvery surfaces with very light toning across both sides….
Estimate: 80 – 150 CHF
Lot 182
Middle East & Near East » Islamic Coins » Umayyad
AH 109 (Ag) Dirham (Klat 122): Al-Andalus (Spain): Strong details and fully legible, scarce. In VF-EF condition.
Estimate: 1’400 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 183
Middle East & Near East » Islamic Coins » Fatimid
AH 503 (Au) Dinar (Nicol 2522): Fatimid Gold Dinar, Fully struck and well centred; sharp and fully legible details all around the coin. Smooth fields and…
Estimate: 350 – 600 CHF
Lot 184
Middle East & Near East » Islamic Coins
c.1348. Yusuf bin Ismael I: (Au) Caliphate of Granada. Gold dinar. (Ref A 410, ): The reverse is a little double-struck, but this is a superb, very large…
Estimate: 2’000 – 4’000 CHF
Lot 185
Middle East & Near East » Afghanistan
AH1304//1303 (Ag) Rupee (KM-805): Fully struck with smooth surfaces, attractive olive coloured toning with light hues of orange. These coins were stuck…
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 186
Middle East & Near East » Bahrain
AH1398//1978 (Au) 100 Dinars (KM-12): Bahrain Monetary Agency 50th Anniversary. Only two coins graded this high by NGC.0.9422 oz
Estimate: 1’600 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 187
Middle East & Near East » Saudi Arabia
AH1334//8 (Au) Dinar Hashimi (KM-31).7.22 gr
Estimate: 650 – 950 CHF
Lot 188
Middle East & Near East » Iran
AH1326 (1908) (Ag) 500 Dinars (KM-1013) Fully struck and lustrous with light toning of olive/ champagne colours. Only two coins graded this high by NGC.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 189
Middle East & Near East » Iran
AH1332 (1913) (Ag) 500 Dinars (KM-1055): Fully struck with subdued lustre coming through; olive/ grey and champagne toning; a scarce one-year type; dated…
Estimate: 350 – 500 CHF
Lot 190
Middle East & Near East » Iran
SH1310 (1931) (Cu-Ni) . SH1310 (1931). 2 coins of 5 and 10 Dinars graded MS 65 and MS 64 by NGC
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 191
Middle East & Near East » Iran
AH 1337 (1918) (Ag) 5000 Dinars. Fully struck with strong details; lustrous silvery surfaces, semi proof-like in the fields. Vertical hairline striations…
Estimate: 800 – 1’000 CHF
Lot 192
Middle East & Near East » Lebanon
1933 Aluminium-Bronze 5 Piastres (KM-5.2): Lustrous yellow colour; sharp, Only one coin graded higher by NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 193
Africa » Libya
1223 (Billon) 30 Para (KM-178): Fully struck and legible. In XF condition.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 194
Middle East & Near East » Palestine
1941 (Cu-Ni) 5 Mils (KM-3).
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 195
Middle East & Near East » Palestine
1933 (Cu-Ni) 10 Mils (KM-4).
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 196
Middle East & Near East » Palestine
(Cu-Ni) . Five coin lot of 1927 Mils (1 , 2, 5, 10, 20 Mils) 1 Mils – Graded MS 65 Red2 Mils – Graded MS 65 Red Brown5 Mils – Graded MS 6610 Mils – Graded…
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 197
Middle East & Near East » Syria
(Cu-Ni) . A three-piece lot of 1/2 Piastre from 1921, 1935 and 1936.1921 – Graded MS 651935 – Graded MS 641936 – Graded MS 64
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 198
Middle East & Near East » Syria
1936 (Cu-Ni) 1/2 Piastre (KM-75): Smooth surfaces and very lustrous. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 199
Middle East & Near East » Syria
1935 (Cu-Ni) 1 Piastre (KM-71): Smooth surfaces and very lustrous. Only four coins graded as MS 66 by NGC, none higher.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 200
Middle East & Near East » Syria
1926 (Aluminium Bronze) 2 Piastres (KM-69).
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 201
Middle East & Near East » Syria
1926 (Aluminium Bronze) 5 Piastres (2 coin lot) (KM-70): sharp yellow / orange lustre spread evenly across the coins. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 202
Middle East & Near East » Syria
1937 (Ag) 25 Piastres (KM-73): Lustrous silvery/white surfaces.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 203
Middle East & Near East » Turkey
AH1336//2 (Au) 500 Kurush (KM-823): Fully struck with sharp details all around; semi red coloured gold; lustrous and smooth reflective surfaces. Mintage:…
Estimate: 2’500 – 3’500 CHF
Lot 204
Middle East & Near East » United Arab Emirates » Ajman
AH1389//1970 (Ag) 7 1/2 Riyals. Gazelle
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 205
Middle East & Near East » United Arab Emirates
AH 1389/90/91/92 (Ag) . Umm Al Qaiwan. AH 1389/90/91/92 A Four-coin proof set (1 Riyal, 2 Riyals, 5 Rials, 10 Rials) with original certificate and packaging….
Estimate: 450 – 750 CHF
Lot 206
Middle East & Near East » Yemen
AH1382(1963) 1/20 Riyal (Y 23.2): Thin Planchet, a choice piece; fully struck with sharp details; silvery/ white colour and lustrous. Finest graded coin…
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 207
Middle East & Near East » Yemen
AH1382(1962) 1/4 Riyal (Y A25.1): A choice piece: Fully struck and well defined details; silvery/white colour and lustrous. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 600 – 900 CHF
Lot 208
Middle East & Near East » Yemen
AH1382(1962) 1/4 Riyal (Y A25.2): Some weakness from the strike.
Estimate: 300 – 450 CHF
Lot 209
Middle East & Near East » Yemen
AH 1379 (1959). Al-Nasir Ahmad: (Au) Qasimid gold Half Ryal (KM YG16): Milled Mint of Dar al- Khilifa San’a’. Arabic legend within two crescents, two curved…
Estimate: 2’500 – 4’000 CHF
Lot 210
Africa » Comoros (Isles of)
AH1308A (Ag) 5 Francs (KM-3): Sharp details all around the coin; nicely toned and lustrous.
Estimate: 900 – 1’300 CHF
Lot 211
Africa » Egypt
AH1187(119)2 (Au) Zeri Mahbub (KM-127): A choice piece with shimmering lustre all around the coin. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.2.5 g
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 212
Africa » Egypt
AH1171//86 (Au) Zeri Mahbub (KM-107): Fully struck and sharp. A fully lustrous and choice coin. Highest graded coin at NGC.2.5 g
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 213
Africa » Egypt
AH1187//2 (Au) Zeri Mahbub (KM-127): A choice piece and fully lustrous. Only two coins graded higher by NGC.2.5 g
Estimate: 350 – 550 CHF
Lot 214
Africa » Egypt
AH1277//3 (Ag) 10 Para (KM-243): Silvery/white colour and very lustrous; traces of brockage details coming through from the opposite side of the coin….
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 215
Africa » Egypt
AH1277//8 (Ag) 10 Para (KM-243): Silvery/white colour and lustrous surfaces. Traces of brockage shows through.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 216
Africa » Egypt
AH1293//3 (Ag) 10 Para (KM-275): Lustrous Silvery surfaces and strong details.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 217
Africa » Egypt
AH1293//7 (Au) 5 Qirsh (KM-280): A gem piece: fully struck with sharp details; very lustrous yellow/ gold surfaces. Highest graded coin at NGC.0.0118 oz
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 218
Africa » Egypt
AH1327//4 H (Ag) 20 Qirsh (KM-310): Sharp details: Silvery/white colour and lustrous. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 175 – 425 CHF
Lot 219
Africa » Egypt
AH1327//6 H (Ag) 10 Qirsh (KM-309): Sharp details; silvery/white colour and lustrous. Only three coins graded as MS 65 by NGC, none higher.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 220
Africa » Egypt
1892-DATED (Aluminium) 1 Franc (KM-Tn 11): Suez Canal Society token. Mint State and lustrous surfaces; RARE. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 CHF
Lot 221
Africa » Egypt
AH1335//1917 (Ag) 20 Piastres (KM-321): Occupation Coinage. Sharp details: Silvery/white colour
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 222
Africa » Egypt
AH1341/1923H (Ag) 20 Piastres (KM-338): Well struck with sharp details; smooth and lustrous on all parts of the coin with a light hue of grey/champagne…
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 223
Africa » Egypt
AH1352//1933 (Ag) 20 Piastres (KM-352): Well Struck with sharp details: a light silvery/grey toning across both sides with original lustre showing through.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 224
Africa » Egypt
AH1356//1937 (Ag) 20 Piastres (KM-368): Fully struck with sharp details: old cabinet toning with colours of silvery/grey; original lustre shows through.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 225
Africa » Egypt
AH1340//1922 (Au) 500 Piastres (KM-342): Fuad: 500 Piastres, Lustrous and Reflective surfaces1.1956 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’300 CHF
Lot 226
Africa » Egypt
AH1357//1938 (Au) 20 Piastres (KM-370): Royal Wedding. Sharp details, semi proof-like obverse, crisp Bu on the reverse; Fully lustrous.0.0478 oz
Estimate: 175 – 250 CHF
Lot 227
Africa » Egypt
AH1357//1938 (Au) 500 Piastres (KM-373): Royal Wedding. Bright red gold colour, fully lustrous and mirrored surfaces.1.1956 oz
Estimate: 3’500 – 5’500 CHF
Lot 228
Africa » Egypt
AH1357//1938 (Au) 500 Piastres. Royal Wedding. Bright red gold colour, fully lustrous and mirrored surfaces. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.1.1956…
Estimate: 6’000 – 9’000 CHF
Lot 229
Africa » Egypt
AH1377//1957 (Au) 5 Pounds (KM-388): Revolution Anniversary. Bright yellow-gold surfaces.1.1956 oz
Estimate: 1’750 – 2’250 CHF
Lot 230
Africa » Kenya
1966 (Au) 500 Shilling (KM-9): President Jomo Kenyatta 75th anniversary of his birth. 500 coins minted; scarce in this high grade. Only two coins graded…
Estimate: 1’700 – 2’100 CHF
Lot 231
Africa » Liberia
1896H (Cu) 1 Cent (KM-5): A Gem piece with bright red lustre and reflective surfaces. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 175 – 250 CHF
Lot 232
Africa » Morocco
AH 558-580 (Au), Ya’qub or Yusuf I, Gold Dinar without mint and date. Yusuf I was the second Almohad Amir or caliph. He reigned from AD 1163 until 1184…
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 233
Africa » Morocco
AH1310 FS (Cu) 1/2 Fals (Y B1): Traces of red/orange lustre; Finest graded by NGC.
Estimate: 350 – 550 CHF
Lot 234
Africa » Morocco
AH1310 FS (Cu) 4 Falus (y 3).
Estimate: 225 – 350 CHF
Lot 235
Africa » Morocco
AH1321 (1903) (Ag) 1/4 Rial (Y 20.1): Choice BU; sharp silvery/white lustre. Berlin Mint. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 236
Africa » Morocco
AH1329 PA (Ag) 1/4 Rial (Y 23): Sharp with silvery/white lustre.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 237
Africa » Morocco
AH1319 FES (Bronze) 5 Mazunas (Lec-52): Pattern: Variations in toning. Highest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 238
Africa » Morocco
AH1370 (1951) (Ag) 100 Francs (Y A54): Not a pattern, a rare coin due to all but approximately 100 pieces of this issue were melted down. The ESSAI of…
Estimate: 300 – 450 CHF
Lot 239
Africa » Sudan
AH1302//5 (Ag) 20 Piastres (KM-2): A scarce one (1) year type. A well struck piece with semi lustrous surfaces.
Estimate: 750 – 1’250 CHF
Lot 240
Africa » Sudan
1881-85. Mohammed Ahmed (“The Mahdi”): (Au) 100 Kurush, Misr (Cairo) (KM-3): Mint but actually struck in the Sudan. Mint name and accession year 1255 with…
Estimate: 4’000 – 6’000 CHF
Lot 241
Africa » Tunisia
AH1222 (1807) (Billon) Piastre (KM-77): A scarce two (2) year type: reasonably well struck for the type and fully legible; silvery lustre shows through…
Estimate: 600 – 100 CHF
Lot 242
Africa » British West Africa
1936KN (Tin-Brass) 2 Shillings (KM-136): A gem and lustrous piece (tin-brass). Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 243
Africa » East Africa
1920H (Ag) 1 Florin (KM-17): Sharp appearance and well-defined details: silvery white colour and very lustrous; exceptionally well struck for this type….
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 244
Africa » Mauritius
1877H (Cu) 5 Cents (KM-9): A choice coin with much eye appeal, lustrous and reflective surfaces. Finest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 250 – 450 CHF
Lot 245
Africa » Mauritius
1934 (Ag) Rupee (KM-17): A sharp looking coin that has a first strike appearance; attractive olive/ grey toning with lustre coming through. Finest graded…
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 246
Africa » Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone (1814) Penny, Token coinage (KM-Tn.1 ): Semi-lustrous chocolate brown surfaces; well struck.
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 247
Africa » South Africa
(Cu) A two-piece lot of 1923 1/4 Penny and 1 Penny coins, both graded MS 65 Brown by NGC.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 248
Africa » South Africa
1923 (Cu) Penny (KM-14.1): Very smooth and sharp appearance.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 249
Africa » South Africa
1930 (Cu) 1/2 Penny (KM-13.2): Lustrous and smooth surfaces; sharp details.
Estimate: 100 – 150 CHF
Lot 250
Africa » South Africa
1929 (Ag) 3 Pence (KM-15.1): Sharp details and very lustrous silvery/white appearance.
Estimate: 75 – 125 CHF
Lot 251
Africa » South Africa
1923 SA (Au) Sovereign (KM-21): RARE: one of the rarest sovereigns minted. Only four coins graded higher by NGC.0.2354 oz
Estimate: 6’000 – 9’000 CHF
Lot 252
Africa » South Africa
1967 (Au) Krugerrand (KM-73): Very lustrous and semi proof-like appearance. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.1 oz
Estimate: 1’600 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 253
Africa » South Africa
1967 (Au) Krugerrand (KM-73): Very lustrous and semi proof-like appearance. Highest graded at NGC.1 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 254
Africa » South Africa
1968 (Au) Krugerrand (KM-73): A choice example for this coin. Semi proof-like appearance and very lustrous. Highest graded at NGC.1 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 255
Africa » South Africa
1969 (Au) Krugerrand (KM-73): A choice example , semi proof-like appearance and very lustrous. Possibly the highest graded example.1 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’500 CHF
Lot 256
Europe » Albania
1927 R (Ag) 1 Frangar (KM-6): Lustrous with choice silvery white surfaces.
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 257
Europe » Albania
1987 (Au) 100 Leke (KM-59): Durazzo Seaport. Highest graded coin at NGC.0.1866 oz
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 258
Europe » Albania
1988 (Au) 100 Leke (KM-63): Railroad Anniversary. Only seven coins graded this high by NGC.0.1866 oz
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 259
Europe » Brabant
Brabant Jeanne & Wenceslas gold ‘Pieter d’Or’ (Delm 45; Friedberg 11): Struck at Louviane, Obverse; St. Peter, holding key and bible, above quartered arms…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’800 CHF
Lot 260
Europe » Belgium
1838 (Cu) 5 Centimes (KM-5.1): A scarce date and in high grade; lustrous brown surfaces with red lustre coming through around the devices. Only two coins…
Estimate: 700 – 1’200 CHF
Lot 261
Europe » Belgium
1832 (Cu) 10 Centimes (KM-2.1): Red lustre shows through around the devices.
Estimate: 350 – 550 CHF
Lot 262
Europe » Belgium
1847 /37 (Cu) 10 Centimes (KM-2.1): Fully struck with very sharp details; lustrous brown surfaces with hues of red lustre coming through. Finest graded…
Estimate: 600 – 1’000 CHF
Lot 263
Europe » Belgium
1855 (Cu) 10 Centimes (KM-2.1): A better date: Smooth and lustrous brown surfaces with a hues of blue toning and red colour coming through. Finest graded…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 264
Europe » Belgium
1853 SILVER (Ag) 5 Francs. Shimmering silver lustre and sharp details; light areas of toning around the legend and some of the devices. Very sharp and…
Estimate: 175 – 275 CHF
Lot 265
Europe » Bulgaria
1881 HEATON (Cu) 2 Stotinki (KM-1): Semi proof-like surfaces, sharp details.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 266
Europe » Bulgaria
1916 (Ag) 50 Stotinki (KM-30): A better date; silvery/white lustre.
Estimate: 300 – 500 CHF
Lot 267
Europe » Bulgaria
1887 AB ESSAI (Cu) 10 Santim (KM-E3): Pattern; rare: 8 coins struck; sharp details; attractive orange/brown surfaces with decent lustre coming through….
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 CHF
Lot 268
Europe » Cyprus
1928 (Ag) 45 Piastres (KM-19): Choice BU and lustrous. smooth surfaces and sharp details.
Estimate: 150 – 250 CHF
Lot 269
Europe » Czechoslovakia
1925 (Cu-Ni) 50 Haleru (KM-2): A better date: Sharp and lustrous.
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF
Lot 270
Europe » France
(1335-93) (Au) 1 F-Pied (Fr .#190): Raymond III/IV of Orange. Well struck with strong details; lustrous surfaces. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.3.72…
Estimate: 600 – 900 CHF
Lot 271
Europe » France
1651 A (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-157.1): Well struck lustrous yellow/gold surfaces0.1972oz
Estimate: 2’500 – 3’500 CHF
Lot 272
Europe » France
1668 D (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-200.3): Well struck lustrous yellow/gold surfaces0.1972oz
Estimate: 3’500 – 4’500 CHF
Lot 273
Europe » France
1671 A (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-219.1): Well struck lustrous yellow/gold surfaces. Highest graded coin by PCGS.0.1972oz
Estimate: 3’500 – 5’500 CHF
Lot 274
Europe » France
1673 A (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-219.1): Well struck lustrous yellow/gold surfaces. Only one coin graded higher by PCGS.0.1972oz
Estimate: 3’500 – 5’500 CHF
Lot 275
Europe » France
1682 D (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-219.3): Well struck lustrous yellow/gold surfaces. Highest graded coin by PCGS.0.1972oz
Estimate: 2’500 – 3’500 CHF
Lot 276
Europe » France
1701 M (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-334.13.): Well struck lustrous yellow/gold surfaces. Highest graded coin by PCGS.0.1972oz
Estimate: 2’000 CHF
Lot 277
Europe » France
1701 9 (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-302.24): Well struck lustrous yellow/gold surfaces. Highest graded coin at PCGS.0.1972oz
Estimate: 3’000 – 4’000 CHF
Lot 278
Europe » France
1718 A (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-438.1): Well struck lustrous and reflective yellow/gold surfaces. Highest graded coin with NGC.0.1972oz
Estimate: 3’000 – 4’500 CHF
Lot 279
Europe » France
1753 A (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-513.1): Well struck and lustrous surfaces0.1972oz
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 CHF
Lot 280
Europe » France
1772 A (Au), Louis d’Or (KM-556.1 ): Well struck and lustrous surfaces. Only 2 coins graded higher by PCGS.0.1972oz
Estimate: 4’000 – 5’000 CHF
Lot 281
Europe » France
1791 /0A (Ag) 1/2 Ecu (KM-562): Unrecorded overdate. Highest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 125 – 175 CHF
Lot 282
Europe » France
1786 D (Au) 2 Louis D’Or (KM-592.5): Fully struck, sharp details and nice surfaces. Fully lustrous. Only one coin graded higher by NGC.0.4510 oz
Estimate: 900 – 1’400 CHF
Lot 283
Europe » France
1786 T (Au), Double Louis d’Or (KM-592): Well struck lustrous surfaces0.4510oz
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 284
Europe » France
1812 W (Au) 20 Francs (KM-695.1): Well struck with sharp details; attractive surfaces. Highest graded coin at NGC.
Estimate: 600 – 900 CHF
Lot 285
Europe » France
1815 A (Ag) 5 Francs (KM-704.1): Fully struck with sharp details: Lightly reflective fields.
Estimate: 500 – 800 CHF
Lot 286
Europe » France
1848 A (Au) 20 Francs (KM-757): A very sharp specimen strike appearance; yellow/gold colour and fully lustrous, semi proof-like fields on the Angel’s side.0.1867…
Estimate: 400 – 700 CHF
Lot 287
Europe » France
1852 A (Ag) 5 Francs (KM-773.1): Sharp details: Silver/white colour and lustrous.
Estimate: 275 – 375 CHF
Lot 288
Europe » France
1867 A (Ag) 5 Francs (KM-799.1): A Gem piece: One of the finest examples known; crisp and lustrous with shades of olive/champagne toning. A very attractive…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 CHF
Lot 289
Europe » France
1868 BB (Ag) 5 Francs (KM-799.2): Lustrous silvery/white surfaces.
Estimate: 175 – 250 CHF
Lot 290
Europe » France
1857 A (Au) 50 Francs (KM-785.1): Sharp details and lustrous0.4667 oz
Estimate: 800 – 1’000 CHF
Lot 291
Europe » France
1859 A (Au) 100 Francs (KM-786.1): Sharp details; smooth and lustrous surfaces.0.9334 oz
Estimate: 1’600 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 292
Europe » France
1869 A (Au) 100 Francs (KM-802.1).0.9334 oz
Estimate: 1’600 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 293
Europe » France
1869 BB (Au) 100 Francs (KM-802.2).0.9334 oz
Estimate: 1’600 – 2’000 CHF
Lot 294
Europe » France
1893 A (Au) 20 Francs (KM-825): A choice piece. Reddish/gold colour and lustrous; sharp details all around. Only three coins graded this high by NGC.0.1867…
Estimate: 400 – 600 CHF
Lot 295
Europe » France
1904 A (Au) 50 Francs (KM-831): A choice piece that has the appearance of a specimen first strike; sharp details all around, semi proof-like reflective…
Estimate: 4’000 – 7’000 CHF
Lot 296
Europe » France
1905 A (Au) 100 Francs (KM-832): A choice piece and a lower mintage date of only 10,000 coins struck. Sharp details all around; shimmering lustre on the…
Estimate: 5’000 – 8’000 CHF
Lot 297
Europe » France
1907 A (Au) 100 Francs (KM-832).0.9334 oz
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’300 CHF
Lot 298
Europe » French Colonies
1830 A (Cu) 5 Centimes (KM-10.1): A gem piece: fully struck with very sharp details: smooth and lustrous brown surfaces with hues of light blue toning,…
Estimate: 200 – 300 CHF
Lot 299
Europe » French Colonies
1825 A (Cu) 10 Centimes. A choice piece: Fully struck with sharp and enhanced specimen details all around; semi proof-like surfaces and lustrous. Graded…
Estimate: 400 – 700 CHF
Lot 300
Europe » French Colonies
1839 A (Cu) 10 Centimes (KM-13): A Gem Piece: Fully struck with very sharp details: Smooth and lustrous brown surfaces with hues of light blue toning,…
Estimate: 250 – 350 CHF