Here's a press release with highlights from the upcoming Künker auction sale 372.
This fall, Künker publishes seven catalogs with as many as 4715 lots and a total estimate of 9 million euros. Since it would be impossible to cover all the material in one week, the seven auctions will take place over the span of two auction weeks. From 26 to 30 September 2022, coins and medals from medieval and modern times will be on offer, moreover, an order auction will be held. The four catalogs contain, among other things, gold issues from the collection of a Swedish-Swiss entrepreneur, including mainly pieces from Sweden, Austria and Hungary, as well as the collection of the Verschoor brothers with coins from the Kingdom of Holland and Dutch medals.
Selected lösers from the Popken Collection, the first part of the Dr. Hans-Jürgen Loos Collection with coins of Hesse and the Hessian area as well as a collection of Franconian issues with an extensive selection of Nuremberg coins are just some of the topics that will dominate the first auction week. The second auction week with ancient coins will be held as a public auction on-site from 18 to 20 October. In addition, an eLive Premium Auction will take place on 21 October. The names Köhlmoos and Salton guarantee outstanding quality and excellent provenance.
Catalog 372: Orders and Decorations from Germany and All Over the World
A total of 168 lots with orders, decorations and official instruments are part of the phaleristic auction that starts off Künker's Fall Auction Sales. The auction consists of three parts: It starts with a selection of important orders and decorations, mainly from the German states. Many of them are from an old collection that was probably completed in the 1960s. Next is the 9th part of the Peter Groch Collection, this time with pieces from the First Slovak Republic from 1939 to 1945 with some extremely rare pieces. The third part of the auction offers the 5th part of the Ottoman Collection with Ottoman orders and decorations.
No. 64: Germany / Saxony. Ducal Saxe-Ernestine House Order, 1833. 2nd model, 1864-1935. Grand cross set for military merit in original presentation case. From an old German collection, which was probably completed in the 1960s. Rare. I-II. Estimate: 7,500 euros
No. 97: China. Imperial medal of the Golden Precious Star (so-called
Order of the Button), 1862-1882. Reduction of the 2nd class. Extremely rare, probably unique in the form of a reduction. II. Estimate: 10,000 euros
No. 115: Slovak War Victory Cross, 1939. 3rd model. Grand cross set, made by the Kremnica mint, in original presentation case. Extremely rare, probably unique. II. Estimate: 50,000 euros
No. 141: Order of Osmanieh, 1861. 2nd model. 1st class badge. Very rare. III. Estimate: 10,000 euros
To order a catalog contact Künker, Nobbenburger Straße 4a, 49076 Osnabrück; phone: +49 541 / 962020; fax: +49 541 / 9620222; or via e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org. You can access the auction catalogs online at
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