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The E-Sylum: Volume 20, Number 37, September 10, 2017, Article 24

GORNY & MOSCH FALL AUCTIONS 249-251

The fall auctions of Munich-based Gorny & Mosch will take place next month. Here is an excerpt from the press release. -Editor

October 11-13, 2017, October 15, 2017 Gorny & Mosch Auctions 249-250, E-Auction 251

Continental Dollar at Gorny & Mosch

October 11-13, 2017, Gorny & Mosch will conduct their Fall Auctions, offering ancient to world coins and medals. The B-Auction featuring the less expensive material as well as the multiple lots will take place as an e-auction on October 15, 2017.

October 11-13, 2017, Gorny & Mosch will conduct two sales. Auction 249 focuses on ancient coins, auction 250 on world coins and medals from medieval and modern times. The three days will witness a broad selection of offers, with many rarities and something in store for every collector. The top item of the catalog of ancient coins is a Siculopunic tetradrachm featuring the head of Tanit, which used to be misinterpreted as a portrait of Dido.

Among the coins from modern times, an extremely rare “Continental Dollar” stands out, which was produced in the United States of America in 1776 as the year they emerged.

For the first time, the less expensive material and the majority of multiple lots – dating from antiquity, medieval and modern times – will be called out in an e-auction, to be conducted on Sunday, October 15, 2017, starting at 10 a.m.

For more information, see:
https://www.gmcoinart.de/

Auction 249 includes Celtic coins, Greek coins, Roman provincial coins, Roman coins, and Byzantine coins.

Auction 250 includes Coins from medieval times, German coins and medals, World Coins, Transylvania, and a Continental Dollar.

E-Auction 251 includes ancient to world coins and medals.

Here are a few selections. -Editor

Lot 13: Celtic "Rainbow Bowl"

00013Q00 Celtic Rainbow Bowl

CELTS | GERMANY | HESSES AND RHINELAND.

Nord Group. "Rainbow Bowl" (7.00g). 50 - 25% Chr. Vs .: Triskeles in a wreath. Rs .: Seven pyramid-shaped circles arranged in a wreath. Waiter IX b; ECR 556; Castelin 1097; Flesche 402. Electron!

To read the complete lot description, see:
Lot 13 Nord Group. "Rainbow Bowl" (https://auktionen.gmcoinart.de/Auktion/Onlinekatalog?id=485&los=1318062)

Lot 123: Hemistater of Hieron II

00123Q00 Hemistater of Hieron II

GREEKS | SICILY | SYRACUSE

Hieron II, 274-216 BC, Chr. Hemistater (4.27g). Approximately 220 - 217 v. Chr. Vs .: head of Persephone with earring, earring and necklace nl, behind burning torch. Rs .: ???O??S, wagon steering galloping biga nl, in the raised R. driving rod, under the horse ?. SNG ANS 865-867 var .; BMC 511-521 var .; Carroc

To read the complete lot description, see:
Lot 123 Hieron II, 274-216 BC, Chr. Hemistater (https://auktionen.gmcoinart.de/Auktion/Onlinekatalog?id=485&los=1318062)

Lot 2272: 1705 1 1/2 Reichstalern of Anton Ulrich

02272Q00 1705 1 1-2 Reichstalern of Anton Ulrich

GERMANY UP TO 1871 BRAUNSCHWEIG - WOLFSBÜTTEL

Anton Ulrich, 1685 - 1714. Solver to 1 1/2 Reichstalern 1705, Zellerfeld. On the visit of the Duke in the Zellerfelder coin. Sundial hanging from clouds and sun shining above the Saltdahlum Castle, in front of which two kneeling and praying miners / two miners working in Bergwerkslandschaft, above CONSTANTER. Fiala 990. Welter 2289 C. Knyph. 848. Of great rarity.

To read the complete lot description, see:
Lot 2272 Anton Ulrich, 1685 - 1714. (https://auktionen.gmcoinart.de/Auktion/Onlinekatalog?id=485&los=1318062)

Lot 3483: 1776 Continental Dollar in Tin

03483Q00 1776 Continental Dollar in Tin

AMERICA | UNITED STATES (USA) Continental currency

American Congress Tin Continental Dollar 1776. A sun whose rays shine on a sundial, including MIND YOUR BUSINESS (Thinking of your task). To the left of the sun in the circle the latin FUGIO (the time flies fast), transcribed CONTINENTAL CURRENCY, and the year 1776 / In the inner circle the font WE / ARE / ONE (therefore we are one), therefore AMERICAN CONGRESS, therefore a firmly linked chain from 13 members, the names of the then 13 member states of the American Confederation. The 13 member states were: N. HAMP, S; Masach; CONNECT.T; R. ICELAND; N. YORK; N. JERSEY; PENNSILV; DELAWARE; MARYLAND; VIRGINIA; N. CAROLIN; S. CAROLIN; and GEORGIA. Newman 3 D. Breen (Complete Encyclopedia) 1095. Of the greatest rarity. NGC MS 60, No. 437837-001.

To read the complete lot description, see:
Lot 3483 American Congress Tin Continental Dollar 1776. (https://auktionen.gmcoinart.de/Auktion/Onlinekatalog?id=485&los=1318062)

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Wayne Homren, Editor

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