Collectors can look forward to the large Autumn Auction at Hermann Historica, with almost 9000 objects, more than ever before, in the sales programme. In addition to the three catalogues dedicated to international orders and military history collectibles for the live and online auctions, the auction house's remaining areas of expertise fill an amazing further nine catalogues from antique arms and armour to works of art, antiquities and contemporary history. Our live auction takes place on 18 and 19 November, while our online auction is starting for the first time on Sunday, 24 November 2019.
Place your bids for the live auction in the saleroom, on the telephone, in writing or online via your computer, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection. Bids for the online auction may be submitted via the internet or in writing. Speaking of the internet: all objects will also be available on the well-known platforms Invaluable, Lot-tissimo, The Salesroom and LiveAuctioneers. To save the fees charged by these platforms, simply register on Hermann Historica's own online platform.
Not one but two complete collections and the usual wide range of high quality lots are being offered for sale in the catalogue of "International orders and military collectibles", along with a special catalogue, comprising some 1252 objects in all. Among the German military antiques, the Saxony chapter is one of the biggest draws due to the disposal of two large collections comprising almost 250 objects: rare helmets, weapons and items of uniform from the Electorate of Saxony, the Kingdom of Saxony as of 1806 and the remaining Saxon Duchies, and the Lengelsen collection of edged weapons, which offers a consistently exquisite, sought-after selection of 18th and 19th century weapons, with a focus on Brunswick and Hannover.