Steve and Lisa Davis of Numismatic Auctions L.L.C. in Lansing, Mich. announce their upcoming Auction Sale #66 which closes to absentee bidding on Jan. 31, 2022, with internet bidding closing over a 5-day online auction event taking place from Feb. 7-11, 2022.
The auction contains well over 250,000 coins, tokens, and medals along with over 50,000 bank notes presented within 3292 lots. The content spans the genres of Ancient to Modern, United States, Canadian and World coinage and currency from hundreds of different nations. The auction contains over 1000 lots of United States material in addition to over 1400 lots of World Coins and nearly 400 lots of World Paper with hundreds of lots of World Exonumia and exceptional British Conder Tokens. Highlights within the World section of the listing include a group of several hundred lots of World gold coins, a plentiful offering of Ancient to modern Chinese rarities featuring a grouping of original coinage dies and relics, molds plus scarce and seldom offered Crowns and minor coinage, medallic issues and a large selection of Chinese Currency. Other notable foreign selections encompass better grade and type coinage of Great Britain, Ireland, Norway, the Philippines, including Spanish Colonial Barilla coinage to U.S. Administration and Commonwealth issues, a nice ensemble of Russian Commemorative Roubles & Medals as well as formidable run of German States issues and even full album collections of German Weimar Commemoratives and Swiss Shooting Talers hailing from the Robert H. Colegrove Collection.
Also contained within the catalog are an intriguing contingent of hundreds of lots of Ancient Greek and Roman coinage plus Canadian coins, paper and tokens, as well as literally thousands of lots of World Gold, Silver Crowns & minors in a myriad of other metals. Many World issues abound from scarcer and popular locales such as African and Asian nations, Europe and Latin America, India, the Middle East, the Pacific Rim and beyond; a vast selection of Foreign Paper Money, Tokens and Medals which are closed out by a fantastic array of hundreds of high grade British Conder tokens. The Davis couple commented that “this sale contains items from nearly every corner of the earth; it is our all-time largest and most diverse auction offering in company history”.
The listing can be accessed online via the firm’s website at www.numismaticauctionsllc.com and hosts both a virtual PDF catalog and an internet bidding portal which will open following the close of absentee bidding. For more information the company can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org by mail at P.O. Box 22026, Lansing, MI 48909, or by phone at 517-394-4443.