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10th auction at Serbian Numismatic Society in Belgrade on 01.06.2008

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Gentlemen,

Yesterday took place 10th auction at Serbian Numismatic Society (SND) in Belgrade.

Online catalog can be seen at http://www.snd.org.yu/aukcija/

Prices realised had been listed today on the SNS website: http://www.snd.org.yu/aukcija/cene.html

Take a look, some prices went very high (Lot 382)

Maybe this is only this time, but I couldn't find mayn TOP orders on auction, much less as yaer ago where you could buy Order of Hero of Socialist Labor, 2 Orders of National Liberation (one with award document), Order of Yugoslav Star,...

Hopefully we will see some of TOP YU OMDs next time.

What is your opinion about OMDs offered for auction and realised prices?

waldemar :cheers:

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Thank you very much for giving details of the auction, most interesting.

paul

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TOP orders does not become more and interest to awards of the left period of communistic authority only increases. ;)

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On this auction there was a small mistake regarding lot no. 453 - Partizanska spomenica, Russian make. The auctioneer had announced prior to the bidding that the screw on backside of that medal was not genuine. So many did not bid for it, but still it was sold. Though for lower price than expected probably.

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Prices is to high for ex Yu market. :speechless: I think that all rare orders go away from ex Yu country and never go back :( .

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Prices is to high for ex Yu market. :speechless: I think that all rare orders go away from ex Yu country and never go back :( .

My experience is that many pieces are bought by people from the former Yugoslavia our from former Yugoslavians living abroad, this certainly was the case with many of the Serbian and Montenegrin pieces in ANS I (April 2006). A few even came to view the auction. So it isn't all doom and gloom for for Yugoslavians.

Paul

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Hi Paul

you are certainly right regarding the fact that most of the "hardliner" collectors have Yugoslavian/Serbian/Montenegrin roots and find the reason to collect in the fact that they have a connection to the former country.

But you are completely wrong regarding the famous ANS sell in London. I was one of the bidders desperatly trying to save some of the wonderfull pieces to my collection. I was managing a package of 50'000 EUR for me and 2 friends. The result was that we bought 3 items (THREE !!!!!) :speechless:

The rest was almost completely divided in between two dealers who after the auction put most of those items on sale for double the price they have paid in London. And the realised prices have already been astronomic high.

Regards

Milan

My experience is that many pieces are bought by people from the former Yugoslavia our from former Yugoslavians living abroad, this certainly was the case with many of the Serbian and Montenegrin pieces in ANS I (April 2006). A few even came to view the auction. So it isn't all doom and gloom for for Yugoslavians.

Paul

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Hi Paul

you are certainly right regarding the fact that most of the "hardliner" collectors have Yugoslavian/Serbian/Montenegrin roots and find the reason to collect in the fact that they have a connection to the former country.

But you are completely wrong regarding the famous ANS sell in London. I was one of the bidders desperatly trying to save some of the wonderfull pieces to my collection. I was managing a package of 50'000 EUR for me and 2 friends. The result was that we bought 3 items (THREE !!!!!) :speechless:

The rest was almost completely divided in between two dealers who after the auction put most of those items on sale for double the price they have paid in London. And the realised prices have already been astronomic high.

Regards

Milan

Dear Milan,

Thank you for puttting me right,

Paul.

PS there are a few Montenegrin items in M&Es July 3rd catalogue including a nice cased 2nd class Danilo set.

Should be on line next week

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Thanks for the info Paul, I would have forgotten to look after M&E catalogue !

Regards

Milan

Dear Milan,

Thank you for puttting me right,

Paul.

PS there are a few Montenegrin items in M&Es July 3rd catalogue including a nice cased 2nd class Danilo set.

Should be on line next week

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Very interesting price - Partizan star Mon Dvor production - 1100 euro. Very interesting - some time in Moscow possible to find this item on lower price.......

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