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Pretty strong prices for good stuff:

 

http://www.kuenker.de/images/download/elisten/el163.pdf

 

 

Kunker began a serios competition with Gorny&Mosch,

who sells more and get more Russian coinage from Germany :ninja:

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Does anyone have a link to the catalog of lots that were being sold? The results just have lot numbers, and I have nothing to match it up with :ninja:

try on sixbid.com

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Sorry if this is a newbie question, but I can't read German:

 

Are these lots all UNC and PROOF? Very strong prices, I just want to make sure these are all UNC or Proof, not just some XF's ...Thanks!

 

Here are some English/German equivalents:

 

Proof = polierte Platte (PP)

Unc = unzirkuliert (Unz.)

AU = usually grades as "vorzüglich (vz.)" in Europe

XF = actually XF means "vorzüglich", but usually doesn't grade that high in Europe, maybe VF+ or "fast vorzüglich" ( = almost AU)

VF = sehr schön (ss)

F = schön (s)

VG = sehr gut erhalten (sge)

 

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Sorry if this is a newbie question, but I can't read German:

 

Are these lots all UNC and PROOF? Very strong prices, I just want to make sure these are all UNC or Proof, not just some XF's ...Thanks!

 

Some coins in VF are worth more than others in UNC. And it is our goal, as collectors, to learn to understand the difference.

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Here are some English/German equivalents:

 

Proof = polierte Platte (PP)

Unc = unzirkuliert (Unz.)

AU = usually grades as "vorzüglich (vz.)" in Europe

XF = actually XF means "vorzüglich", but usually doesn't grade that high in Europe, maybe VF+ or "fast vorzüglich" ( = almost AU)

VF = sehr schön (ss)

F = schön (s)

VG = sehr gut erhalten (sge)

 

:ninja:

 

Thanks for the clarification! Really appreciate the translations.

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Pretty strong prices for good stuff:

 

http://www.kuenker.de/images/download/elisten/el163.pdf

 

I would say there are strong prices for almost everything which was offered there, especially compared to January auctions in NY.

I guess several extreme rarities offered there drove many fat wallets to this auction.

 

This coin fetched 400K euros which would be 640K+ us dollars with commission:

http://www.sixbid.com/nav.php?p=viewlot&am...05&lot=1110

Does anyone know price it sold for in 2003 ?

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I would say there are strong prices for almost everything which was offered there, especially compared to January auctions in NY.

I guess several extreme rarities offered there drove many fat wallets to this auction.

 

This coin fetched 400K euros which would be 640K + us dollars with commission:

http://www.sixbid.com/nav.php?p=viewlot&am...05&lot=1110 being

Does anyone know price it sold for in 2003 ?

The report for the Aurea 8 auction (RNS Journal 76) indicates a 1730 pattern

rouble that sold for $178,570; it is the same coin.

 

RWJ

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Never seen such description ("unz.").

Usually it is "stempelglanz" ("st") or "praegerfrisch".

Yes, these also exist -- "prägefrisch" meaning literally "as struck", and "Stempelglanz" meaning "brilliant uncirculated". Both can (and should) be much better than merely "unzirkuliert".

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