Steinberg?s Winter 2005 catalog contains more than 1,000 lots of mostly world gold coins.
Among the catalog highlights are a Canada Newfoundland 1880 $2, KM-5, graded MS-61 by NGC, priced at $5,500; and a German Pfalz-Sulzbach 1792 one ducat marking the 50th year of the reign of Karl Theodor (KM-178).
Also from Germany are three 1929 Zeppelin gold medals issued to commemorate the first around-the-world flight of the Graf Zeppelin. They are priced at $295, $350 and $395.
An offering from Haiti is a nine-piece gold, nine-piece silver ?American Indian Chiefs? set from 1971 in gem proof, one of only 425 sets, priced at $3,750. A Scotland 1604 one unite of James VI, with no date, graded XF-40 by NGC, is priced at $3,950.
Celtic gold staters and quarter staters of Ancient Britain from the first century B.C. range from $450 to $1,250, and gold coins from the Byzantine Empire range from $395-$750.
There are also many coins from countries A-Z, including listings from Alderney, Australia, Austria, Bermuda, Brazil, China, Egypt, France, Mexico, Russia, Spain and many others, most graded by third-party grading services. There are also ancient Greek and Roman items.