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Auctions with Russian coins & medals in October 2010


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Coming auctions in October 2010.

 

If anyone wants to add one pls do so :bthumbsup:

 

October 02 - Auction House "Imperia" #11 Moscow Russia

October 02 - Holmasto, #113, Finland

October 09 - MiM (Monety i Medali) #65 Moscow Russia

October 14 - Gorny & Mosch #193 Munich Germany

October 20 - Stack's Coin Callery New York USA

October 22 - iNumis #12 Paris France

October 23 - Antykwariat Numizmatyczny №1 Warsaw Poland

October 23 - Niko #6 auction house Moscow Russia

October 28 - Hess-Divo, in Zürich

 

Internet auctions 24/7 with russian coins:

ebay.com

molotok.ru

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Coming auctions in October 2010.

 

If anyone wants to add one pls do so :bthumbsup:

 

October 02 - Auction House "Imperia" #11 Moscow Russia

October 09 - Auction House MiM (Monety i Medali) #65 Moscow Russia

October 14 - Gorny & Mosch #193 Munich Germany

 

Internet auctions 24/7 with russian coins:

ebay.com

molotok.ru

any other auctions in October ?

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Hess-Divo, 28.10.2010 in Zürich: Link to auction on sixbid.com

 

There are some good Russian lots, but not as many as the other ones. Lot 1876 should be interesting to watch!

 

Russian things start at lot # 1859, BTW. :art:

thank you, added :)

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This same coin is ex Gorny 162 (Oct 2007), Lot 6669, 12000EUR.

Steve

 

Steve right - same coin,

but funny thing is that:

*it was catalogued with weight 19.55 back to Gorny 162, as this one got some weight and it is 19.58 g

*feine KR(scratch), vz was at 162 - over here is feiner Toning, vz but no scratches ??

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October 23, auction house NICO-Numismatica

 

http://www.numismat-invest.ru/filters_auction.php?titl=4&auc_id=16

thank you a_nikk, and welcome to coinpeople :)

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thank you a_nikk, and welcome to coinpeople :)

iNumis october 22 added

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Hess-Divo, 28.10.2010 in Zürich: Link to auction on sixbid.com

 

There are some good Russian lots, but not as many as the other ones. Lot 1876 should be interesting to watch!

 

Russian things start at lot # 1859, BTW. :art:

My opinion lot #1875,1876,1877 from auction not authentic.

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My opinion lot #1875,1876,1877 from auction not authentic.

1875 is obviously a modern replica (quasi "Novodel", not authentic). I have been trying to get them to withdraw this one for weeks now. :( Even went there with my Brekke 1997 supplement and showed them the picture (Brekke mentions explicitly this coin on page 11 as being a fake, and there is a picture of it on p. 12).

 

As to 1876, compare with this one coming up in the November 30 NGSA sale:

http://www.sixbid.com/nav.php?p=viewlot&sid=316&lot=867

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1875 is obviously a modern replica (quasi "Novodel", not authentic). I have been trying to get them to withdraw this one for weeks now. :( Even went there with my Brekke 1997 supplement and showed them the picture (Brekke mentions explicitly this coin on page 11 as being a fake, and there is a picture of it on p. 12).

 

As to 1876, compare with this one coming up in the November 30 NGSA sale:

http://www.sixbid.com/nav.php?p=viewlot&sid=316&lot=867

I hope Auction will more professional and withdraw not authentic coins from sale.

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My opinion lot #1875,1876,1877 from auction not authentic.

In my opinion, -1875 no question, modern restrike made first for educational purposes for local museums and schools in Russian Federation

-1876, not genuine

-1877, not sure

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Been on the first auction of Antykwariat Numizmatyczny in Warsaw.

Here is the pdf auction cataloque.

http://www.aukcjamonet.pl/index.php?jezyk=en#

Not many Russian coins but 2 serious items: imperial and halfimperial....

10r went for - 480.000,00 (PLN)polish zloty + juice

5r went for - 560.000,00 + juice

1 USD= ~2,90 PLN

 

:grin:

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What's wrong with 1877? It has the following provenance:

 

Ex Slg. Kaldor; ex Auktion Gerhard Hirsch, München, 14.-16. April 1977, Lot 1655

Something wrong with "ЦЕНА РУБЛь 1801"letters looks different from original. I didn't check the provenance, but it is not a point.

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Something wrong with "ЦЕНА РУБЛь 1801"letters looks different from original. I didn't check the provenance, but it is not a point.

 

I took a close look on it (lot 1877) - it is suspicios, 80% not genuine in my opinion :)

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As to 1876, compare with this one coming up in the November 30 NGSA sale:

http://www.sixbid.com/nav.php?p=viewlot&sid=316&lot=867

I hope Auction will more professional and withdraw not authentic coins from sale.

Did you look at the NGSA piece? I compared the two, and except for condition could not find any differences. But I am certainly not an expert in this kind of coin.

 

Is the NGSA piece perhaps also not authentic? :unsure:

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And have you seen this thread yet?

Ten roubles gold -- Hess-Divo, Auction 319

 

I would be very interested to know what you think about this one! :art:

I’m buying some times 10 roubles for trade. I have couple way to identified gold ten roubles would be:

1. Compare text on the edge with other original coin.

2. Review details on shield, St.George on horse, eagle heads, crown ,letters or date some times wrong.

3. Weight.

4. Old fashion way place coin by edge on the flat table, if coin not moving then center of gravity in the center of the coin.

I hope it was helpful.

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Did you look at the NGSA piece? I compared the two, and except for condition could not find any differences. But I am certainly not an expert in this kind of coin.

 

Is the NGSA piece perhaps also not authentic? :unsure:

all lettering are crude which easy to identify immediately, also details on portrait are differ from genuine one :)

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