Pandolfini Casa d'Aste






Borgo degli Albizi, 26 - 50122 Firenze


Coins & Medals, Antiquities, Old Masters, Various, Jewellery, Silver, Watches

Pandolfini Casa d'Aste

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Year 2018

Date Auction Type Info Participate
01 06 Numismatic Auction Online auction - Room auction

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CoinsWeekly News

  • Savoca Coins Opens Office in London

    14 March 2019
    The Munich-based auction house Savoca Coins has made a name for itself in the business of dealing in ancient coins. Now, the company has opened a new office in another location – in London.

  • Gold from German Rivers

    14 March 2019
    In the 18th and 19th centuries, many rulers were proud to have their gold coins minted from local precious metal, especially when the gold came from their rivers. This film shows wonderful specimens from Künker’s Spring Auction 321 and explains the historical background.

  • Our Stomach: Both Ironmonger’s Shop and Piggybank

    14 March 2019
    Some people suffer from a pathological urge to swallow coins. A man from Japan set a sad record: doctors removed 8 kilos of coins from his stomach. The injuries caused by this diet vary depending, among other things, on the coins’ material.

  • Trapped

    13 March 2019
    CIT Coin Invest AG has created a new silver coin dedicated to one of the primal fears of humans: the feeling of being trapped. The piece is a numismatic piece of art which will amaze collectors and non-numismatists alike.

  • The Great British Coin Hunt Continues

    13 March 2019
    The Royal Mint has announced that an additional 2.1 million 10p coins of the Great British Coin Hunt will enter circulation soon. The extremely popular A to Z collection showcases the best of British culture.

  • The Spring Edition of Sberatel in Prague

    13 March 2019
    On March 15th and March 16th, a spring edition of the Sberatel Fair will take place in the capital of the Czech Republic for the first time. Visitors can look forward to a vast range of offers by international dealers as well as the free evaluation of their collector’s items.

  • The Oldest Dated Coin of Württemberg

    13 March 2019
    The Landesmuseum Württemberg owns a possibly record-breaking piece: CoinsWeekly Coin Records presents the presumably oldest dated coin of Württemberg.

  • Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World

    13 March 2019
    Philologist, numismatist and cartoonist Claire Franklin provides insight into her daily thoughts. Recently, in front of the Roman temple of Jupiter Capitolinus ...

  • Updates on Latest Court Cases

    13 March 2019
    Three trials, two verdicts, one adjournment. We have summarized the latest developments in some of the court cases we reported on in the last couple of months. Verdicts were delivered in the context of the stolen crowns of Strängnäs and the Beatrix-Potter-murder.

  • The Portugaleser of Hamburg

    08 March 2019
    There are only a few early-modern coins which were designed as elaborately as the bankportugaleser of Hamburg. See for yourself in this film on Künker’s Berlin Auction 316 and learn why the coins are sometimes spelled portugaleser and sometimes portugalöser.

  • IADAA Evaluates 2017 WCO Report

    08 March 2019
    In December, the latest World Customs Organisation Illicit Trade Report was published. As it only constitutes 0.2 % of the illegal trade, cultural property is the most insignificant problem cited. This begs the question: How is it possible that politicians know about these figures and nevertheless see a need for action?

  • France Celebrates 60 Years of Asterix

    07 March 2019
    The Monnaie de Paris has announced that a 2 euro commemorative coin will be issued in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Asterix. The comic created by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo was first released on October 29, 1959.