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For sale on Thursday 17 Sep
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Estim. 200 - 250 EUR
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Estim. 300 - 400 EUR
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Estim. 200 - 300 EUR
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Estim. 300 - 450 EUR

Büchner, Georg Franzos, Karl Emil All works and handwritten legacy. First critical complete edition…

For sale on Friday 31 Jul
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Estim. 35 000 - 40 000 EUR
For sale on Sunday 19 Jul
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Estim. 200 - 250 EUR
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Estim. 2 000 - 2 500 EUR
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Estim. 40 - 50 EUR
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Estim. 3 600 - 4 230 EUR
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Estim. 1 200 - 1 410 EUR
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Estim. 450 - 500 EUR
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Estim. 3 600 - 4 230 EUR
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Estim. 220 - 250 EUR
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Estim. 280 - 400 EUR
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Estim. 150 - 200 EUR
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Estim. 400 - 500 EUR
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Estim. 300 - 400 EUR
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Estim. 3 600 - 4 230 EUR
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Estim. 150 - 200 EUR
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Estim. 3 600 - 4 230 EUR
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Estim. 3 600 - 4 230 EUR
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Estim. 3 600 - 4 230 EUR
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Estim. 180 - 200 EUR
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Estim. 180 - 220 EUR
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Estim. 650 - 750 EUR
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Estim. 3 600 - 4 230 EUR
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Estim. 180 - 220 EUR
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Estim. 225 EUR
For sale on Wednesday 15 Jul
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Estim. 60 EUR
For sale on Wednesday 15 Jul
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Estim. 8 000 - 10 000 EUR
For sale on Sunday 19 Jul
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Estim. 800 - 1 200 EUR
For sale on Tuesday 21 Jul
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Estim. 200 - 300 EUR
For sale on Tuesday 21 Jul
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Estim. 1 200 - 1 500 EUR
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Estim. 150 - 200 EUR
For sale on Thursday 23 Jul
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Estim. 700 - 900 EUR
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Estim. 400 - 600 EUR
For sale on Saturday 18 Jul
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Estim. 450 - 550 EUR
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Estim. 400 - 600 EUR
For sale on Thursday 23 Jul
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Estim. 200 - 300 EUR
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Estim. 1 200 - 1 300 EUR
For sale on Thursday 23 Jul
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Estim. 800 - 1 000 EUR
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Estim. 120 - 150 EUR
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Estim. 100 - 150 EUR
For sale on Thursday 23 Jul
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Estim. 180 - 200 EUR
For sale on Thursday 16 Jul
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Estim. 250 - 350 EUR
For sale on Tuesday 21 Jul
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Numismatics

They may not strike money, but numismatics auctions certainly strike gold in terms of the magnificent collectors' coins and notes they propose, as well as gold and silver ingots.
These online numismatic sales cash in on twenty-eight centuries of coins from many a realm, ranging from antique specimens to silver euros. Collectors of medals, cash and ancient or contemporary coins can find écus, louis d’or, napoléons, gold pieces from 5 to 100 francs and banknotes from France and elsewhere.

The entry ticket is reasonable: for around a hundred euros, you can buy a wide choice of interesting coins in these auctions, such as silver 5-franc pieces, or gold 20-franc pieces issued during the Directoire period. And, "For a Few Dollars More", you can obtain remarkable gold Roman coins, rare gold ducats, Napoleon III 100-franc pieces or 40-franc pieces from 1839 (the last year they were minted).

Did you know? In France, the condition of coins is measured on a scale of 8 grades, ranging from "good" to "mint condition". "Fine" is the minimum grade, according to numismatics while they may not strike experts.