NYINC World Coins Auctions To Nearly $16 Million

By: Anushka Jha

The NYINC Platinum Session saw unprecedented success, with top lots smashing records and achieving remarkable sales figures, showcasing the global appeal.


The Charles II 'Petition' Crown stole the spotlight, fetching a staggering $960,000, setting a new world record. 


An Anne gold 5 Guineas coin from 1706 stunned bidders by more than doubling its pre-auction estimate, reaching a record-setting bid of $408,000.


A Carol I gold Proof Pattern 20 Lei 1868 exceeded expectations, selling for $336,000, setting a new world record. 

Romanian Rarity

An exceptionally rare Nicholas II gold Specimen 1/2 Imperial of 5 Roubles 1895-AГ SP62 PCGS fetched $264,000.

Russian Rarity

The auction also featured ancient coins, including the Wetmore Collection of Gold and Electrum, with a ZEUGITANA Fine Style Carthage AV trihemistater selling for $60,000.

Ancient Treasures

The NYINC Platinum Session not only shattered records but also reaffirmed Heritage's global leadership in numismatic auctions.


The Silver Coinage of Russia 1801-1805