Our third floor auction will be held on October 17th in Zurich at the Savoy Baur en Ville.
Despite a turbulent and challenging year caused by the Covid-19 virus, the collectibles market has remained resilient; indeed, many firms involved in the segment have reported a renewed interest in small, tangible assets, and numismatic coins in particular. Evidence of this is seen via the exceptional week of numismatic auctions that will take place in Zurich from October 17 to October 24; the opportunity to be involved with this numismatic event was not something to miss and therefore Numisor S.A. is pleased to announce that we will kick-off the auction week with our 3rd floor auction at the Savoy Baur en Ville on October 17, 2020.
The Numisor auction contains the wide array of world coins that our clients have come to expect, with considerable number of these being among the highest graded by the most recognised international coin-grading companies. The depth and variety of the auction should provide interest for collectors and dealers alike, with some highlighted sections of the sale including Asia (with China, India, and Thailand), Europe (with France, Great Britain, Italy , Scandinavia, and Switzerland), Africa & the Middle East, and the Americas. However, the standout section of the catalogue is the fabulous offering of Spain and Spanish Colonial coins of the highest quality, with the iconic coins and their depiction of the respective regents, showing the breadth of Spanish influence in the American continent over several centuries.
We look forward to welcoming those clients planning on making the trip to Zurich to participate in person, but also the great number of you who will be connecting via our Live Internet Bidding platform; for those unable to attend the auction in person or via the internet, our website www.numisor.ch or our partners www.sixbid.com and www.numisbids.com are also available to accept your pre-auction bids.
To discover the pdf catalogue click, here.
Lot 464 – Spain
Spain 1476 -1516 (Au)
Ferdinand and Isabella.
Estimate: 12’000-18’000 CHF
Lot 38 – China
China, Hupeh Province 1906 (Cu).
Graded MS 65 Red Brown by NGC
Estimate: 7’000-10’000 CHF