Ulrich Felzmann 152nd Auction - Coins & Notes
June 30th, 2015
This auction offers coins, medals and banknotes from all around the world including rare pieces from ancient to modern times. Starting with the first banknote in history, the Chinese 1 Kuan, our program features excellent pieces up to today. A great rarity from the German Empire would be the 1910 Saxonia-Meiningen 20 Mark coin. We also offer a comprehensive collection of Chinese coins from 1979 including numerous rare issues, scarce multiplicated ducats from the Czech Republic and golden guilders from the Diocese of Trier and the late-14th century Palatinate. Many single lot treasures and appealing collections, including the "Aurea Temporibus" collection with 25 gold guilders from early modern times.
Short Terms and Conditions
A fee of €2 is charged per auction lot. No VAT is indicated for goods that are subject to differentialtaxation. For buyers in European Union countries: Consumers pay a standard premium of 23,8%. Traders (as defined in the German VAT Act–UStG) pay a premium of 23,8% on goods that are subject to differential taxation (this premium includes 19% VAT). In the case of goods that are subject to regular taxation, a premium of 20% is charged, plus 19% VAT charged on the total sum of acquisition price, premium, lot fee and postage/insurance. The movement of goods within the EU can be exempted from VAT in accordance with statutory provisions. For buyers resident in third-party countries (outside the EU): Buyers pay a 20% premium plus lot fee, postage and insurance. If Auktionshaus Ulrich Felzmann GmbH & Co. KG exports the goods to third-party countries itself, the invoice will not contain VAT. If the goods are exported by the buyer him/herself or via a third party, VAT will be charged and reimbursed on presentation of the necessary proof of export.In all cases, thebuyer him/herself will assume any import taxes or customs duties. A premium of 20% will be charged for gold coins that are exempt from VAT.