Steve and Lisa Davis of Numismatic Auctions LLC in Lansing, Michigan, announce their upcoming auction #66 which will close in a mail-order auction on January 31, 2022, with internet bidding ending in a 5-day online auction from February 7. -11, 2022.
The auction contains well over 250,000 coins, tokens and medals as well as over 50,000 banknotes presented in 3292 lots. The content covers the genres of ancient to modern, US, Canadian and world coinage and the currency of hundreds of different nations. The auction contains over 1000 lots of US hardware in addition to over 1400 lots of World Coins and nearly 400 lots of World Paper with hundreds of lots of World Exonumia and exceptional British Conder tokens. Highlights of the World section of the listing include a group of several hundred world gold coin lots, an abundant supply of ancient to modern Chinese rarities including a group of original coin dies and relics, molds as well as rare and rarely offered crowns and minor coins, medal numbers and a large selection of Chinese currency. Other notable foreign selections include higher quality and type coins from Britain, Ireland, Norway, the Philippines, including Spanish Colonial Barilla coins for the US administration and Commonwealth issues, a fine set of Russian rubles and commemorative medals as well as a formidable set of German states. numbers and even complete album collections of German Weimar Commemoratives and Swiss Shooting Talers from the Robert H. Colegrove Collection.
The catalog also contains an intriguing contingent of hundreds of lots of ancient Greek and Roman coins, as well as Canadian coins, paper and tokens, as well as literally thousands of lots of gold crowns, silver and world miners in a myriad of other metals. Many global problems abound in more rare and popular places such as African and Asian countries, Europe and Latin America, India, the Middle East, the Pacific and beyond; a huge selection of foreign banknotes, tokens and medals which are complemented by a fantastic range of hundreds of high quality British Conder tokens. The Davis couple commented that “this sale contains items from almost every corner of the world; it is our largest and most diverse auction offering ever in company history.”
The listing can be viewed online through the company’s website at www.numismaticauctionsllc.com and hosts both a virtual PDF catalog and an internet auction portal that will open after the auction closes. by mail. For more information, the company can be contacted by email at [email protected] by mail at PO Box 22026, Lansing, MI 48909, or by phone at 517-394-4443.