Greece 1963 Drachmai a Highlight in Upcoming A. Karamitsos Auction

Greece 1963 Drachmai a Highlight in Upcoming A. Karamitsos Auction

A. Karamitsos International Auctions’ Public & Live Bid Auction 649, is being held on Dec. 7, 2019, in Athens, Greece and will include coins and medals certified by NGC along with bank notes certified by PMG.

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The leading coin in the sale right now is a Greece 1963 30 Drachmai graded NGC SP 65 with a starting bid of €7,200 (about $8,000 USD). It is a silver commemorative coin minted for the centennial of the Royal Greek Dynasty, which features the portraits of the five kings who ruled Greece from 1863 to 1963: George I, Constantine I, Alexander I, George II and Paul I. The reverse of the coin, with its detailed map of Greece, displays lovely pastel-colored toning.

Additional NGC-certified highlights in the sale include:

A Greece 1848 10 Lepta graded NGC MS 64 BN with a starting bid of €3,800 (about $4,200 USD).
An Ionian 1848. Silver Britannia 30 Lepta graded NGC MS 62 with a starting bid of €3,000 (about $3,300 USD).
A Greece 1878K 10 Lepta graded NGC MS 64 RB with a starting bid of €2,800 (about $3,100 USD).
A Greece 1921H 50 Lepta graded NGC MS 62 with a starting bid of €2,800 (about $3,100 USD).
A Greece 1821-Dated Silver Medal graded NGC MS 61 with a starting bid of €2,800 (about $3,100 USD).
An Austria 1855V Ducat graded NGC UNC Details with a starting bid of €2,500 (about $2,700 USD).
A Greece (1940) Silver 100 Drachmai graded NGC PF 65 with a starting bid of €2,300 (about $2,500 USD).
A Greece 1833A 5 Drachmai graded NGC MS 61 with a starting bid of €2,100 (about $2,300 USD).
Viewing arrangements may be made to see items in this sale until December 6. For more information, visit Karamitsos.com.