Feature Auction Doubles Estimate at $4.4 million


Classical Numismatic Group's Feature Auction 124 surpassed all expectations, doubling the presale estimate to a staggering $4.4 million.


This spectacular piece commanded an astounding $110,250, showcasing the enduring fascination for historical royal treasures.

Elizabethan Gold

Struck circa 340-325 B.C. and graded Mint State, these coins achieved remarkable prices of $147,000 and $153,125.

Ancient Greece

The strength of Roman coins in Feature Auction 124. Lot 644, a bronze sestertius of Emperor Hadrian, hammered for an astounding $30,620, over 15 times the estimate.

Roman Treasures

Lot 1040, a gold sovereign of Queen Mary Tudor, dated 1553, achieved $55,125, while a four-coin set of Czechoslovakian gold pieces struck in 1934 fetched $70,437.

Worldly Wonders

Marvel at the Queen Elizabeth I gold pound, a stunning portrayal of the iconic queen. Achieving $110,625, this piece, depicting a half-length bust in a richly decorated gown.

Elizabethan Elegance

The diversity of rare finds, from an Austrian gold 12-dukat piece to a gold five guinea piece of the "Glorious Revolution" sovereigns William III and Mary.

Numismatic Marvels

Record-Breaking Auction $2.32M Triumph