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  • Florida sale promises rare coins and militaria
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    Paul Fraser
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Florida sale promises rare coins and militaria

Affiliated Auctions of Tallahassee, Florida, is accepting consignments for its forthcoming January Discovery Auction, scheduled for Saturday 30, next month.

A Prussian Helmet and Cuirass ($16,950)
A Prussian Helmet and Cuirass
($16,950)

The sale promises to feature a huge assortment of militaria, statuary, firearms, fine art, jewellery, edged weapons, coins and currency, antiques and many other collectibles.

Because the auction is still being consigned, no details have been released yet. Both live and online bids will be accepted.

But, considering Affiliated Auctions' recent sales - including a Prussian Helmet and Cuirass ($16,950), Japanese 20 Ken Hoshi Kabuto ($4,746) and a Boomhandle Mauser Pistol ($5,500) - it should be an unmissable event for militaria, coins and memorabilia collectors.

In other Affiliated Auctions news, the Florida company recently sold Elvis Presley's 10ct diamond ring for $107,500.

Known for being generous to his fans, The King gifted the ring to man sat in the front row of his Ashville, North Carolina gig on July 24, 1975.

 

  • Post author
    Paul Fraser
  • Floridapromisesraresale