Nearly 1,000 coins are listed for sale in the new Spring/Summer World Gold Price List from Steinberg’s Inc.
Among the ancient Greek offerings is a Macedonia gold stater, ND, Philip II (359-336 B.C.E.), FR. 97. It was struck c. 323-316 B.C.E. at Magnesia. It is graded AU-55 by ANACS and is priced at $4,950
A German highlight is a rare Hohenlohe-Neuenstein-Oehringen 1699 1 ducat of Johann Friedrich I, FR. 1335 (KM-22). Graded AU-55 by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, it is listed for $3,950.
From Mexico is an 1873-Oa 10 pesos, “Balance Scales,” Republic, FR. 136 (KM-413.8). Just 3,537 of these were struck at the Oaxaca Mint, according to the catalog. This NGC MS-65 example goes for $3,950.
For collectors of British gold are two examples of a English 1 angel, ND, of Henry VIII, FR. 155 (S-2265). They are of the first coinage struck 1509-1526 and bear the Portcullis mintmark. The NGC XF-45 example is priced at $3,450, and the example graded NGC MS-62 lists for $5,500.