Prieure de Sion Posted January 12 · Member Share Posted January 12 Salve! anyone see the new Leu "fixed price Auction"? https://www.biddr.com/auctions/leu/browse?a=3221 There are many extraordinary pieces that you don't see very often. However, I am not sure about the prices. With some pieces, I absolutely understand the price - with other pieces, I don't understand the price. I could really go weak over this Gordianus - great specimen. I have nothing to criticise about the price.https://www.biddr.com/auctions/leu/browse?a=3221&l=3665417 I don't quite understand the price of this one. Very good specimens (extremely fine) can be bought for around 800-900 euros. I have also seen really fantastic specimens for 1200-1500 euros. But these are also really freshly minted specimens. I admit - in this copy everything is really very vivid and realistic. So let's add a bonus and say 2000-2500 euros. But 7500 euros as a start? I think that's already a proud price.https://www.biddr.com/auctions/leu/browse?a=3221&l=3665416 This coin of Philip, on the other hand, I find absolutely fair. And if I were to collect this emperor, I would buy the coin immediately. This is an absolutely great specimen - and the price also fits it.https://www.biddr.com/auctions/leu/browse?a=3221&l=3665418 And this extremely rare drachm from Caesarea of Septimius Severus - magnificent.https://www.biddr.com/auctions/leu/browse?a=3221&l=3665358 Many of the coins on offer are not only rare, but also have a fantastic pedigree. I can't remember which coin it was - but there was also (at least) one coin from the "von Aulock" collection. That's great, of course. Oh man - I hope I don't weaken at the first Gordianus III. 🥴 7 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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