Harmers of London’s fourth numismatic auction, to be held on 30 March in London, will feature over 600 lots ranging from ancient times to contemporary coinage for a starting price of 800,000.00 Pounds.
The first part of the catalogue will present a large selection of Greek and Roman coins, including a lovely Tetradrachm of Gela (lot 7, estimate £ 2,500/3,000), a beautiful Aureus of Septimius Severus (lot 119, estimate £ 10,000/15,000) and a very rare Sestertius of Nero with a prestigious pedigree (lot 73, estimate £ 7,000/9,000).
Septimius Severus gold coin
Edward the Black Prince gold coin
The chapter of British coins is important and full-bodied, with specimens of Edward the Black Prince, a Gold Pavillion minted in La Rochelle (lot 186, estimate £ 14,000/88,000), Elizabeth I, with a Gold Sovereign (lot 189, estimate £ 12,000/15,000), British Commonwealth, with a Gold Unite 1649 (lot 195, estimate £ 12,000/16,000), up to George V, Gold Proof 5 Pounds 1911 (estimate £ 12,000/16,000).
But it is among the foreign coins that we find the top lot of the sale: from Indonesia, a great rarity, the complete 1970 set of 10 pieces (lot 470, estimate £ 50,000/60,000). And then a rare Venice 10 Zecchini of Paolo Renier (estimate £20,000/25,000), the exceeding rare Gold 10 Daler 1904 of Denmark  (lot 378, estimate £ 12,000/16,000) and the exotic 15 Rupien 1916 from German West Africa (lot 442, estimate $ 6,000/8,000).
Indonesian coin

These are just some of the rarities in the upcoming auction, which we are confident will contain numerous specimens for our collectors worldwide.

AUCTION Thursday 30th March 2023, 2.30 p.m. Royal Over-Seas League, Park Place, St James’s Street, London SW1A 1L

VIEWING Harmers of London Office 60 St. James’s Street London SW1A 1LE Monday 27 to Wednesday 29 March, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

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