Coins Auctions

47 lots
Lot 193
Africa » Libya
1223 (Billon) 30 Para (KM-178): Fully struck and legible. In XF condition.
Estimate: 150 – 250 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