Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

Country:

United States of America

Location:

Lancaster

Address:

P.O. Box 479 - 17608 Lancaster

Website:

Categories:

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Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.

Ended Auctions

Year 2015

Date Auction Type Info Participate
25 03 Electronic Auction 347

Year 2014

Date Auction Type Info Participate
17 09 Auction 97
03 09 Electronic Auction 334
01 08 - 02 08 The Richard L. Lissner Collection
23 07 Electronic Auction 331
14 05 Auction 96

Year 2013

Date Auction Type Info Participate
25 09 Eletronic Auction 311
18 09 Auction 94
07 08 Eletronic Auction 308
24 07 Eletronic Auction 307
10 07 e-Auction 306
26 06 Eletronic Auction 305
22 05 Auction 93
07 05 Eletronic Auction 302
24 04 Auction 501
10 04 Auction 300
27 03 Electronic Auction 299
13 03 Electronic Auction 298
08 01 - 09 01 NYINC - Triton XVI

Year 2012

Date Auction Type Info Participate
07 11 Electronic Auction 290
10 10 e-Auction 288
26 09 CNG Electronic Auction 287
19 09 CNG 91
06 06 CNG E 280
23 05 CNG 90
16 05 CNG E 279


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