NYINC 2019

NYINC – New York International Numismatic Convention – 2019. La World Money Fair (Berlín) del otro lado del Atlántico. Del 4 al 13 de enero, distribuído en subastas empezando el 4 de enero, Heritage – examen de lotes – hasta el lunes 14 – Spink, aunque la convención propiamente dicha son tres (3) días

Thursday, January 10 12Noon – 7PM (Professional Preview – $125 Registration)
Friday, January 11 10AM  –  7PM
Saturday, January 12 10AM  –  7PM
Sunday, January 13 10AM  –  3PM

115 expositores. 20 dólares el pase para viernes, sábado y domingo. Menores de 16 años gratis. Otras convenciones importantes son las de Chicago, Florida FUN (Orlando)…

http://nyinc.info/

“…As an event focused on foreign and ancient numismatics, the display of United States coins minted after 1815 is not permitted in the bourse area. I addition, the displlay and/ or sale of antiquities: objects, staturary, lamps, vases, grave objects, etc. is not permitted…”

Features of the NYINC

  • 115 Dealers all world and ancient numismatic boiurse area
  • Educational programs
  • Special Young Numismatists Program
  • Club and society meetings
  • Heritage auction
  • Classical Numismatic Group auction
  • Ira and Larry Goldberg/Sovereign Rarities/M&M Numismatics/Dmitry Markov auction
  • Stack’s-Bowers-Ponterio auction
  • Spink auction
  • Baldwin’s of St. James’s auction
  • Sovereign Rarities auction
  • Discounted room rates at the Grand Hyatt
  • Direct indoor connection to Grand Central Station
  • Convenient to midtown restaurant locations
  • Convenient to the theater district
  • Free samples copies of numismatic publications for attendees
  • Numerous booth holders from outside the United States

Cuatro (4) casas de subastas españolas estarán presentes

http://nyinc.info/dealers.php

https://www.coinworld.com/news/world-coins/2016/10/nyinc-organizers-announce-new-location-for-show-in-2018.all.html

 

https://www.coinsweekly.com/en/News/The-46th-New-York-International-at-its-new-location/4?&id=5124

Sólo he estado una vez, hace bastantes años, por lo que maybe someone needs me in NYC these days, please contact me for details  jeje (actually in Spain)  Ready for travelling  😛  Cheers

¡Feliz Año Nuevo!  С Новым Годом!  Happy New Year!

P.S.  https://www.coinsweekly.com/en/page/51

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Monedas falsas antiguas / copias/ fakes / counterfeits ancients

Roma, Asia, Grecia, Bizancio…Oro, plata, latón…

http://www.antiquanova.com/

http://www.forgerynetwork.com/asset.aspx?mode=6Q/zOXMHeZ0=&id=vp~x~t3rmE8oY=

Base de datos de monedas que no son lo que deberían…y sorpresas en subastas de casas de reconocido prestigio. Merece la pena pasar, mínimo, un par de horas buceando en esta página. El Counterfeit Bulletin dejó de publicarse hace 15 años y se integró en esta página.

http://www.forgerynetwork.com/

Previo registro, en “resources”, cantidad ingente de información en “fake coin reports”

http://www.forumancientcoins.com/fakes/

Aquí el catálogo de moneda ibérica falsa

http://www.denarios.org/falsas/

Y aquí, ¿es falso mi denario?

https://www.tesorillo.com/fakes/es_falso_mi_denario.pdf

Ahora en vacaciones con algo de más de tiempo disponible para esparcimiento y/o lectura, merece la pena dedicarle a estos enlaces, parte importante de nuestra afición numismática, al menos un par de siestas  😉

https://numismaticfakes.wordpress.com/

https://www.tesorillo.com/otras/falsas.htm

https://es.aliexpress.com/premium/monedas-romanas.html?

Rare Russian silver coins

A group of rare 19th century Russian silver coins discovered among a large group of mostly worn common coins sent to Morton & Eden in London for valuation will be sold at auction June 10, 2014.

Contained in old, small, paper envelopes, amongst hundreds of others holding coins of minimal value, were 39 minor Russian silver coins of the early 19th century in what is described as amazing condition. The coins had been sent to Morton & Eden for sale by a descendant of an eastern European family whose members had emigrated many years ago to the United States, according to the auction firm.

Morton & Eden submitted the coins to Professional Coin Grading Service for grading. Of the 39 coins, 16 were graded Mint State 64, 11 were graded MS-65, one was MS-65+ and five graded at MS-66.

The coins consist of silver 20-kopek pieces, 10-kopek pieces and 5-kopek pieces, dated from 1802 to 1825, all struck during the reign of Tsar Alexander I. Each is different, leading to speculation that they originally belonged to a set of coins, of which records have since been lost.

They include three very rare dates:
➤ An 1803 10-kopek piece, Bitkin 62 (Bitkin Catalog of Russian Coins 1699-1917), MS-65, estimated at £15,000 to £20,000 ($25,000 to $33,000).
➤ An 1812 5-kopek piece, Bitkin 255, MS-64, estimated at £8,000 to £12,000 ($13,000 to $20,000).
➤ An 1825 5-kopek piece, Bitkin 282, MS-64, estimated at £6,000 to £8,000 ($10,000 to $13,000).
The total estimate for the group is £70,000 to £90,000 ($116,000 to $150,000).

The collection will be auctioned by Morton & Eden in Sotheby’s sales rooms on June 10.

For further information, visit Morton & Eden online at www.mortonandeden.com or email the firm atinfo@mortonandeden.com.

http://www.coinworld.com/news/rare-russian-silver-coins-found-among-worn-common-coins.html