Darabanth Auctions Ltd

Country:

Hungary

Location:

Budapest

Address:

16 Andrássy St - 1061 Budapest

Categories:

Coins, Philately, Antiquities, Art

Darabanth Auctions Ltd

Ended Auctions

Year 2018

Date Auction Type Info Participate
21 06 Online Numismatic Auction 324 Online auction
07 06 Online Numismatic Auction 323 Online auction
19 05 29th major Auction Online auction
17 05 Online Numismatic Auction 322 Online auction
03 05 Online Numismatic Auction 321 Online auction
19 04 Online Numismatic Auction 320 Online auction
05 04 Online Numismatic Auction 319 Online auction
22 03 Online Numismatic Auction 318 Online auction
01 03 Online Numismatic Auction 317 Online auction
15 02 Online Numismatic Auction 316 Online auction
01 02 Online Numismatic Auction 315 Online auction
18 01 Online Numismatic Auction 314 Online auction
04 01 Online Numismatic Auction 313 Online auction

Year 2017

Date Auction Type Info Participate
25 11 28th major Auction Online auction
16 11 Online Numismatic Auction 310 Online auction
02 11 Online Numismatic Auction 309 Online auction
19 10 Online Numismatic Auction 308 Online auction
05 10 Online Numismatic Auction 307 Online auction
21 09 Online Numismatic Auction 306 Online auction
07 09 Online Numismatic Auction 305 Online auction
17 08 Online Numismatic Auction 304 Online auction
03 08 Online Numismatic Auction 303 Online auction
20 07 Online Numismatic Auction 302 Online auction
06 07 Online Numismatic Auction 301 Online auction


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    21 June 2018
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  • Emperor Penguin

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  • Mint Directors Conference in Seoul 2018 – Part 2: Old and new MDC Guidelines

    20 June 2018
    In April 2018, mint representatives from all over the world met in Seoul. They discussed current issues on the topic of coins. In this part, we summarize which new guidelines were published for which fields of minting.

  • Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World

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    20 June 2018
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    18 June 2018
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  • Mint Directors Conference Awards 2018

    18 June 2018
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  • Series featuring primates struck in the name of Gibraltar

    18 June 2018
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    18 June 2018
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  • EU Adds Art Dealers to Money Laundering Rules

    18 June 2018
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