NGC-certified World and Ancient Coins Showcased in Netherlands Sale
Posted on 10/15/2020
Rarities certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) are being featured in Schulman b.v.’s upcoming Auction 365 sale, which will be held October 22, 2020 in Amsterdam. Schulman b.v. is the Netherland’s oldest coin auction house with over 130 years of numismatic experience. Online bidding is now open.
An exceptionally rare South Africa 1892 Half Pond graded NGC PF 65 Cameo has an estimate of € 50,000 (about $58,800 USD). The gold coin features the bust of Paul Kruger, the four-term president of South Africa from 1883 to 1900. President Kruger emboldened his reelection campaign by having the republic’s first full coinage series struck in 1892. This particular issue is one of only 12 minted and the finest example NGC has certified.
Other NGC-certified highlights include:
- a Romania 1694 Transylvania 3 Ducats graded NGC MS 63 that has an estimate of € 40,000 (about $47,000 USD)
- a Dutch West Indies (1802-1816) Gold Johannis graded NGC VF 35 that has an estimate of € 40,000 (about $47,000 USD)
- a Roman Empire - Caligula and Augustus, A.D. 37-41 Gold Aureus graded NGC Ancients Ch XF, Strike 5/5 and Surface 4/5, that has an estimate of € 30,000 (about $35,300 USD)
- a Roman Empire - Vitellius A.D. 69 Gold Aureus graded NGC Ancients MS★, Strike 4/5 and Surface 3/5 that has an estimate of € 30,000 (about $35,300 USD)
- a Roman Empire - Clodius Macer, A.D. 68 Carthage Silver Denarius graded NGC Ancients XF★, Strike 4/5 and Surface 5/5 that has an estimate of € 20,000 (about $23,500 USD)
- a Roman Empire - Otho Caesar, A.D. 69 Gold Aureus graded NGC Ancients XF, Strike 4/5 and Surface 4/5 that has an estimate of € 20,000 (about $23,500 USD)
All estimates are provided by the auction house.
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