Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Ajax, Jun 25, 2016.
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Before bidding in any of them, be sure to check their terms and conditions for buyer's fees and shipping/insurance costs. I'll see you on the bidding field.
Edit: use numisbids to keep track of upcoming catalogue and Eauctions.
I recently used catawiki for a small purchase and don't recommend. It's essentially ebay, except they sneak in shipping fees after the bidding has closed.
Edit 2: if you're looking for a particular piece, I use Ngccoin's auction results database to search for hammer prices and upcoming auctions, which provides a date, link, and auction house.
Others are Roma Numismatics and Baldwins in London, Gorny & Mosch, Kunker, and Hess-Divo in Germany. Watch tooling in the German auctions. CNG is always a safe bet, easy to pay, good coins but also lots of competition due to that.
I use SixBid to watch my auctions and sometime place bids if I can't participate live. It works well IME.
Kunker/Hess Divo/Baldwins/St. James/CNG/ Nomos/Solidus/Rauch/Roma/Lanz/Spink/Tkalec AG.
also Pannonia Terra Numizmatika =Hungarian coins
Cayon/Jesus Vico/Aureo&Calico=Spanish coins
Sincona=Swiss Cantonal coins
i Numis/CBG.fr/Gadboury=French coins
Aste Bolaffi/Raineri/Nomisma=Italian coins
Steve Album=Indian/Islamic coins
Awesome photo, iamtiberius!!
... sadly, wrong thread
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