E-live Auction 9 - V.L. Nummus

Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Italian and World Coins. Pre-bids until 8:00 CET, Live Auction starting at 9:00 AM CET.

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Starts: 27 04 2018 14:00
Ends: 10 06 2018 08:00

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