144th Ulrich Felzmann Auction - Numismatic
June 25th - 26th, 2013
The highlights of the coin auction include rarities from China, prize Habsburg specimens and exceptional gold coins from the early modern period onwards. Among the high-quality range of Chinese philately on offer is one of the limited “silver panda” coins, of which only 99 were minted in 1994. A genuine unique specimen is a “Queen Emma” chain of 5 German New Guinea marks from 1894. The piece of jewellery, which consists of twelve coins plus two further extension links, comes from the estate of major landowner Emma Forsayth-Coe. Bidding is due to start at €13,000.
Short Terms and Conditions
A buyer's premiun of 19% is charged on the knockdown price, as well as 1,50 Euro per lot. The cost for shipment and insurance will be clearly invoiced. The invoiced sum is subject to 7% Value added Tax; this tax does not apply for dealer within the European Union (EU) upon submission of their VAT Registration number; nor does it apply for deliveries to other countries outside the EU.