22 February 2019 An earlier CoinsWeekly Coin Record submission has been surpassed: the world’s most expensive Greek coin. Our readers have pointed out a piece that sold for an impressive 3.25 million U.S. dollars in 2012.
22 February 2019 CoinsWeekly Coin Records ring in the New Year with a look at the world’s biggest coin conventions. The title has to be split amongst events in Asia, North America, and Europa. But there are some small differences.
22 February 2019 We know something the Guinness World Records don’t. CoinsWeekly’s Coin Records present what is likely to be the most expensive coin ever sold in an auction. The final price for the item amounted to a record 10,016,875 US dollars.
22 February 2019 It is not only one of the rarest Islamic coins in the world, it is also said to be the most expensive one ever to be sold in an auction. As it sold for a hammer price of 3.7 million GBP, it certainly must be added to the CoinsWeekly Coin Records.
22 February 2019 Two unalike sisters jointly ruled over the Byzantine Empire for a few weeks. A gold histamenon from that time can probably be added to the CoinsWeekly Coin Records as the most expensive Byzantine coin ever sold in a public auction.
22 February 2019 Not only coins and medals sell for extraordinary prices and are worth being recognized in the CoinsWeekly Coin Records. The most expensive Russian bond sold for 12,810 USD in December of 2018.
22 February 2019 One of the biggest coin conventions in Asia will take place from March 29th through March 31st, 2019. The Hong Kong Coin Show offers plenty of space for buying and selling coins, but also an abundance of engaging seminars, workshops, exhibitions and guided tours.
22 February 2019 Petr Vorel takes us on a journey of monetary history: from the birth of the taler and its rise in the 16th century to its global victory as the dollar in the 20th century. Ursula Kampmann has taken a look at the pivotal work.
22 February 2019 This week, the CoinsWeekly Coin Records take us back to the early days of the 18th century and to European countries at war over the Spanish succession. In this context, what is today the world’s most expensive British coin ever sold in a public auction was created.
22 February 2019 The Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University (Illinois) invites visitors to travel to a time when West African gold fueled expansive trade and drove the movement of people, culture and beliefs. The exhibition also features beautiful coins on loan from the ANS.
22 February 2019 A huge ancient coin workshop, dating back to the first century AD, was washed out in October 2017 in Nanyang city, Henan Province, China, due to heavy rain. Hongxia Zhang and Sven Günther report on the facts and theories.