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23 lots
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