Here are selections for
Künker's 2022 Summer auction sale 370.
Catalog 370: German Gold and Silver Coins from the Annemarie and Gerd Köhlmoos
Köhlmoos has established itself in the numismatic world as a synonym for
perfect quality. And catalog 370 containing German gold and silver coins from the Annemarie
and Gerd Köhlmoos Collection lives up to this reputation. After auctioning German coins
minted from 1800 onwards, it's now time for the sale of the issues produced by the countless
small states of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. Connoisseurs will discover
pieces of rulers and cities that only issued very few specimens on highly important occasions.
Those interested in the art of portraiture will be fascinated by the skills of German engravers,
who impressively captured the features of their patrons – regardless of whether it was in the
Renaissance, Baroque or Classicist periods.
The offer is complemented by 43 gold coins of the German Empire, including Reuss, older
line, 20 marks 1875 of extremely fine quality and Saxe-Meiningen, 20 marks 1872 of almost
No. 1004: Augsburg / Diocese. Alexander Sigismund of Pfalz-Neuburg. 2 ducats 1708,
Augsburg. Extremely rare. Extremely fine to FDC. Estimate: 40,000 euros
No. 1024: Bavaria. Albert V, 1550-1579. Ducat n.d., Munich. Very rare. Extremely fine to
FDC. Estimate: 25,000 euros
No. 1063: Prussia. Frederick III (I). Ducat 1706, Minden. Probably the 2nd known specimen.
About extremely fine. Estimate: 25,000 euros
No. 1136: Fulda / Abbey. Konstantin von Buttlar. Ducat 1721. Probably 2nd known specimen
in private possession. FDC. Estimate: 10,000 euros
No. 1163: Hildesheim / Diocese. Jobst Edmund von Brabeck. Ducat 1694, Hildesheim.
Extremely rare. Extremely fine to FDC. Estimate: 20,000 euros
No. 1240: Saxony. Christian I. Ducat 1590, Dresden. Very rare. Extremely fine. Estimate:
No. 1271: Saxe-Eisenberg. Christian. 2 ducats 1682, Gotha. Extremely rare. Extremely fine to
FDC. Estimate: 35,000 euros
No. 1289: Speyer / Diocese. Heinrich Hartard Freiherr von Rollingen. 2 ducats 1711,
Augsburg, commemorating him being elected Bishop of Speyer. Extremely rare. Extremely
fine to FDC. Estimate: 25,000 euros
No. 1356: Saxe-Meiningen. George II. 20 marks 1872. Very rare. About FDC. Estimate:
No. 1488: Erfurt / City. Under Swedish occupation. Gustav II Adolf. 1/2 reichstaler 1632.
From the Wasserschleben Coll. Probably the only specimen on the market. Very fine.
Estimate: 10,000 euros
No. 1529: Hesse-Darmstadt. Ludwig VIII. Konventionstaler 1760, Darmstadt. Extremely rare.
Extremely fine. Estimate: 12,500 euros
No. 1592: Montfort. Anton the Younger. 1/2 reichstaler 1695, Langenargen. From the
Bachofen von Echt Coll., Hamburger auction 46 (1910), No. 1559. Extremely rare. Extremely
fine. Estimate: 10,000 euros
No. 1692: Saxe-Gotha. Ernest II
Taler (2/3 konventionstaler) 1774, Gotha. Extremely rare.
About FDC. Estimate: 12,500 euros
Wayne Homren, Editor
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