THAILAND. Mint Set (5 Pieces), 1968-71. Average Grade: Choice Uncirculated.

THAILAN

2000 - 3000
TIMOR. Pataca, ND (Decree of 13 June 1900). NGC AU Details--Stained; Countermark: UNC Strong.

TIMOR.

800 - 1200
TONGA. Koula, 1962. PCGS PROOF-63 Gold Shield.

TONGA.

1200 - 1500
TRANSYLVANIA. Ducat, 1587. Sibiu (Hermannstadt) Mint. Sigismund Bathory. NGC MS-62.

TRANSYL

1400 - 1600
TRANSYLVANIA. Ducat, 1593. Baia Mare (Nagybánya) Mint. Sigismund Bathory. NGC MS-63.

TRANSYL

2600 - 3200
TRANSYLVANIA. Taler, 1593/2. Baia Mare (Nagybanya) Mint. Sigismund Bathory. PCGS Genuine--Tooled, EF

TRANSYL

800 - 1200
TRANSYLVANIA. Ducat, 1613-NB. Baia Mare (Nagybanya) Mint. Gabriel Bathory. NGC MS-63.

TRANSYL

5500 - 7500
TRANSYLVANIA. Uniface Siege Taler, 1611 CIBIN. Gabriel Bathory. PCGS Genuine--Edge Repaired, EF Deta

TRANSYL

1000 - 1500
TRANSYLVANIA. Ducat, 1646-AI. Alba Lulia (Karlsburg) Mint. Georg I Rakoczi. NGC MS-61.

TRANSYL

4000 - 6000
TRANSYLVANIA. Ducat, 1685. Fagaras Mint. Michael I Apafi. NGC AU-58.

TRANSYL

3000 - 4000
TRANSYLVANIA. Ducat, 1701-FT. Kolozsvar (Cluj-Napoca) Mint. Leopold I. NGC MS-60.

TRANSYL

4000 - 5000
TRISTAN DA CUNHA. 50 Pence, 1987. PCGS PROOF-68 Deep Cameo Gold Shield.

TRISTAN

2000 - 2500
TUNISIA. Tunis. 2 Piastres, AH 1281 (1864). Sultan Abdul Aziz & Muhammad al-Sadiq Bey. NGC MS-65.

TUNISIA

2000 - 3000
TURKEY. Countermarked Venetian Zecchino, ND (ca. 18th Century). PCGS AU-58 Gold Shield.

TURKEY.

1000 - 1400
TURKEY. Ottoman Empire. Silver Medal, AH 1266 (1849). Abdulmejid I. PCGS SPECIMEN-63 Gold Shield.

TURKEY.

2000 - 3000
THAILAND. Baht, ND (1860). Rama IV. NGC MS-63+.

THAILAN

1400 - 1800
THAILAND. 4 Baht (Pit), ND (1863). Rama IV. NGC MS-62.

THAILAN

2000 - 2600
SWITZERLAND. Oberhasli Shooting Festival 1000 Francs, 1984. NGC PROOF-66 Ultra Cameo.

SWITZER

1800 - 2400
SWITZERLAND. Thurgau Shooting Festival Gold Medal, 1948. NGC MS-67.

SWITZER

800 - 1000
SWITZERLAND. Lucerne Shooting Festival 100 Francs, 1939-B. Bern Mint. PCGS MS-66.

SWITZER

1400 - 1600
SWITZERLAND. Fribourg Shooting Festival 5 Francs, 1934-B. PCGS SPECIMEN-66 Gold Shield.

SWITZER

700 - 1000
SWITZERLAND. Fribourg Shooting Festival 100 Francs, 1934-B. Bern Mint. NGC MS-64.

SWITZER

2400 - 3000
SWITZERLAND. Fribourg Shooting Festival 100 Francs, 1934-B. Bern Mint. NGC MS-65 Prooflike. WINGS Ap

SWITZER

2600 - 3400
SWITZERLAND. Zurich Shooting Festival Gold Medal, ND (ca. 1930). NGC MS-67.

SWITZER

800 - 1200
SWITZERLAND. Lugano Shooting Festival 5 Francs, 1883. PCGS MS-67 Gold Shield.

SWITZER

700 - 1000
SWITZERLAND. 10 Francs, 1922-B. PCGS SPECIMEN-65 Gold Shield.

SWITZER

2500 - 4500
SWITZERLAND. 5 Francs, 1892-B. Bern Mint. PCGS MS-65.

SWITZER

1200 - 1500
SWITZERLAND. 5 Francs, 1874-B. Bern Mint. NGC MS-66.

SWITZER

1500 - 2000
SWITZERLAND. Silver Piefort 5 Franc Essai (Pattern), 1855. PCGS SPECIMEN-62 Gold Shield.

SWITZER

3600 - 4000
SWITZERLAND. 5 Francs, 1851-A. Paris Mint. NGC MS-65.

SWITZER

1400 - 1800

Lot:21768  1880年泰国子弹银币一组 近未流通

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 近未流通
拍品估价 USD 350000 - 450000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2019年8月ANA#C-世界钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-08-16 23:00:00 结标日期 2019-08-17 05:00:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 1880年泰国子弹银币一组 近未流通

THAILAND. Bullet Money Presentation Set (6 Pieces), CS 1242 (1880). Rama V, Pra Paramin Maha Chulalonkorn.The Ultimate Thai Ancient Coins, King Chulalongkorns equal Somdet Pra Deb Sirindhra (Princess mother), to commemorate his age. The date chosen 24 May 1880 was very symbolic because in that year the Kings age was equal to his mothers at her time of passing. Attendees who were present during the ceremony were given examples of this issue, while full sets were given to royalty and high ranking officials. Two of the three markings are typical emblems of Thai coinage and medals. One being an elaborate form of the chakra, and the other is the mark of the crown. The third mark is that of Rampeui with date below, which was chosen because it was his mothers maiden name. The Chang (80 Baht) and 1/2 Chang (40 Baht or 10 Tamlung) differ significantly from most other Thai bullets in that they are intricately hand engraved as opposed to the smaller denominations where all of the marks are struck. Even further delineating from the norm is the fact that this series represents the first dated silver coins of Thailand and the only dated bullet coinage ever produced. Considered by most collectors and scholars to be the pinnacle of Thai numismatics, to obtain a single example of any denomination is a feat in its own right, let alone the opportunity to acquire an entire intact matching set. Though individual examples from this series appear in the market place from time to time (most recently, an 80 Baht of this type sold for approximately $285,000 (9,520,200 Baht) in a 2018 auction in Thailand), seldom does an entire set come up for sale and as such should be considered of the HIGHEST RARITY. The set offered here was featured on the front cover and on pages 11-12 & 99 of Mark Grahams and Manfred Winklers book Thai Coins published 1992 and is one of three intact sets known from a possible total of only 8 sets. Each piece displays beautiful gun-metal gray with a lovely blue iridescent sheen on the 80 Baht, 40 Baht and 20 Baht, while the 10 Baht, 4 Baht and 2 Baht exhibit an attractive sunset hued sheen. An outstanding well matched set that clearly sat together for a prolonged period of time undisturbed. An opportunity not to be missed as it may not occur again for many years.1) Chang (80 Baht or 20 Tamlung), CS1247 (1880). 10-blade variety. 1211 gms. C-193; LeMay-Pg.110; Krisadaolarn-pg.214 E502 (Plate coin); Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg.138, E36 & E37; Coinage of the Rattanakosin Era-510.1. Mintage: 8 pieces known for both Rama IV and Rama V.2) 1/2 Chang (40 Baht or 10 Tamlung), CS1247 (1880). 12-blade variety. 604 gms. C-192; LeMay-Pg.110; Krisadaolarn-pg.214 E502 (Plate coin); Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg.138, E36 & E37; Coinage of the Rattanakosin Era-510.2. Mintage: 18.3) 5 Tamlung (20 Baht), CS1247 (1880). 10-blade variety. 302.4 gms. C-191; LeMay-Pg.110; Krisadaolarn-pg.214 E502 (Plate coin); Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg.138, E36 & E37; Coinage of the Rattanakosin Era-510.3. Mintage: 42.4) 2 1/2 Tamlung (10 Baht or 2 Tamlung 2 Baht), CS1247 (1880). 10-blade variety. 151.8 gms. C-190; LeMay-Pg.110; Krisadaolarn-pg.214 E502 (Plate coin); Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg.138, E36 & E37; Coinage of the Rattanakosin Era-510.4. Mintage: 75 pieces.5) Tamlung (4 Baht), CS1247 (1880). 10-blade variety. 60.6 gms. C-189; LeMay-Pg.110; Krisadaolarn-pg.215 E503; Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg.138, E36 & E37; Coinage of the Rattanakosin Era-510.5. Mintage: 115.6) 1/2 Tamlung (2 Baht), CS1247 (1880). 8-blade variety. 30.3 gms. C-188; LeMay-Pg.110 & pl. XX#2; Krisadaolarn-pg.216 E504; Krisadaolarn/Mihailovs-pg.138, E36 & E37; Coinage of the Rattanakosin Era-510.6. Mintage: 205.Ex: Eurseree Auction # 31 March 23-24, 2013 Lot # 1814 where it hammered for an impressive 9,200,000 Baht (Approximately $288.6 thousand)Featured on the front cover of Thai Coins by Mark Graham and Manfred Winkler published Bangkok 1992.