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Fabulous Gold and a COTY silver winner at Teutoburger Münzauktion

Teutoburger Münzauktion GmbH Auction 153 is set to close Dec. 6-9 2022. The firm is well known for their great offering of modern Chinese gold coins, but they have expanded over the years to include so much more in the way of modern world gold coinage.

Check this and future Teutoburger auctions out at their website at www.teutoburger-muenzauktion.de or email them at info@teutoburger-muenzauktion.de for news of what can be expected next from this stellar auction firm based in Borgholzhausen, Germany. 

Seldom seen this 5 Dollars is one of two “Flag Issue” gold coins associated with the Republican era and produced as small fantasy pieces in 1912. Estimated to bring about $1,000, we would expect this piece to go at least 25 percent higher by closing. 

Seldom seen this 5 Dollars is one of two “Flag Issue” gold coins associated with the Republican era and produced as small fantasy pieces in 1912. Estimated to bring about $1,000, we would expect this piece to go at least 25 percent higher by closing. 

The overall Coin of the Year winner in the 2003 competition, this stunning silver Franc designed by Philippe Starck was issued just six months before France demonetized the Franc and moved on to the Euro. Even a large mintage of near 50,000 pieces was unable to contend with the surprising public demand for this interesting piece, so the low estimate of $50 may be a great opportunity or could be left in the dust. 

The overall Coin of the Year winner in the 2003 competition, this stunning silver Franc designed by Philippe Starck was issued just six months before France demonetized the Franc and moved on to the Euro. Even a large mintage of near 50,000 pieces was unable to contend with the surprising public demand for this interesting piece, so the low estimate of $50 may be a great opportunity or could be left in the dust. 

A very sought after 10 Dukaten 1932 of Czechoslovakia will cross the block at a starting bid of about $22,500. Its condition is remarkable, making it a centerpiece of this sale. 

A very sought after 10 Dukaten 1932 of Czechoslovakia will cross the block at a starting bid of about $22,500. Its condition is remarkable, making it a centerpiece of this sale.