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Auctioneer Mitchell Auctions 516-442-0182
Auction Date Oct 29 Auction
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Garden City, NY
Time 01:00PM
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Lot: 1 - Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy II Philopator (285-246

Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy II Philopator (285-246 BC). Silver Tetradrachm. Gaza, year 33 (254/3 BC). Obv. Diademed head of Ptolemy right wearing aegis; Rev. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. A pleasing Choice VF. Two minor edge splits at the lower

Lot: 2 - Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy VI Philometor (180-145

Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy VI Philometor (180-145 BC). AE Drachm. Alexandria. Obv. Head of Zeus-Ammon right wearing tainia; Rev. Two Eagles standing left atop thunderbolt. Very Fine. Est. $120.

Lot: 3 - Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy VIII (145-116 BC). Silver

Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy VIII (145-116 BC). Silver Tetradrachm, Year 29 (142/1 BC). Alexandria. Obv. Ptolemy head right wearing aegis; Rev Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. VF or thereabouts from a technical standpoint. Deeply toned with some

Lot: 4 - Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy VIII Euergetes (145-116

Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy VIII Euergetes (145-116 BC). AE 31. Obv. Head of Isis right ; Rev. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, wings open. Fine. Est. $100.

Lot: 5 - Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos, first

Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos, first reign (80-58 BC). Silver Tetradrachm. Alexandria, regnal year 3 (78/77 BC). Obv. Diademed Ptolemy head right wearing aegis; Rev. Eagle standing left atop thunderbolt. Very Fine. Est. $175.

Lot: 6 - Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos,

Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos, restored (55-51 BC). Silver Tetradrachm. Alexandria, regnal year 28 (54/53 BC). Obv. Diademed Ptolemy head right wearing aegis; Rev. Eagle standing left atop thunderbolt. VF and displaying areas of surface

Lot: 7 - Roman Provincial. Nero (54-68 AD). Billon

Roman Provincial. Nero (54-68 AD). Billon Tetradrachm of Alexandria. Year 13 (67/66 AD). Obv. Radiate head left of Nero wearing aegis; Rev. Radiate head of Augustus right. VF and revealing microporosity under magnification. Est. $175.

Lot: 8 - A trio of Imperial Roman Silver Denarii

A trio of Imperial Roman Silver Denarii including: Domitian (81-96 AD), Julia Domna (196-211 AD), and Severus Alexander (222-235 AD). G/VG, VF, and VF/EF. The second with some evidence of cleaning. The last with some subtle surface granularity. A

Lot: 9 - Roman Empire. Trajan (98-117 A.D.) Silver

Roman Empire. Trajan (98-117 A.D.) Silver Denarius. NGC XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5. This wonderfully honest, wholly appealing specimen offers a broad, well centered flan, bold legends, and hints of retained lustre in the devices. Conservatively

Lot: 10 - Roman Empire. Hostilian as Caesar (c. 251 AD) Gold

Roman Empire. Hostilian as Caesar (c. 251 AD) Gold Aureus (4.31 grams). NGC VG, Strike: 5/5, Surface: 1/5, Plugged. The plug is skillfully executed and lies within the legend at 10:00 on the obverse. Aside from the small area affected by the plug,

Lot: 11 - Ancient Rome. Theodosius I (379-395 AD) Silver

Ancient Rome. Theodosius I (379-395 AD) Silver Siliqua. Treveri (Trier) Mint (1.9 grams). Obv. Pearl-diademed, draped cuirassed bust facing right/ Rev. Roma seated facing on throne, head left, holding globe and reversed spear. A strong, medium grey

Lot: 12 - Bolivia 1808-PTS PJ Gold 8 Escudo. NGC VF30

Bolivia 1808-PTS PJ Gold 8 Escudo. NGC VF30 and containing approximately 27.0 grams of .900 Fine gold. This specimen features pale coppery toning in the devices and a considerable amount of retained mint frost for the grade. Some light random lines

Lot: 13 - Bolivia Gold 1868PTS FE Onza. NGC XF Details

Bolivia Gold 1868PTS FE Onza. NGC XF Details, Plugged-Repaired-Cleaned. A hole was very skillfully plugged at 12:00, and the planchet is a bit out of round at the upper left obverse. Despite its condition problems, the appearance remains respectable,

Lot: 14 - Brazil 1889 Silver 2000 Reis. NGC MS63

Brazil 1889 Silver 2000 Reis. NGC MS63 and outstanding for the assigned numerical grade. Premium quality, fully frosty fields and design features are completed by overlying shades of lavender and rose toning. Scarce. Est. $160.

Lot: 15 - Brazil 1775 Gold 4000 Reis. NGC AU55 Wings Silver

Brazil 1775 Gold 4000 Reis. NGC AU55 Wings Silver Sticker. A premium example that borders on a higher grade, this assertive, rich yellow-golden coin offers plenty of retained frosty mint lustre. A scarce and popular 18th century Spanish colonial

Lot: 16 - Brazil 1751-R Gold 6400 Reis. NGC XF45, Wings

Brazil 1751-R Gold 6400 Reis. NGC XF45, Wings Silver Sticker. Hints of coppery toning in the devices augment evenly worn, defect-free surfaces. The fields furthermore, exhibit more than ample mint frost for the assigned grade. This early Spanish

Lot: 17 - British Virgin Islands 1980 Gold $100 (.2054 oz

British Virgin Islands 1980 Gold $100 (.2054 oz AGW). Gem Br. Proof and still mounted in its original Franklin Mint holder. The mintage of this issue is 5412 pieces. Est. $275.

Lot: 18 - Canada 1c 1925 NGC AU50 BN.

Canada 1c 1925 NGC AU50 BN. Chocolate-brown patina is a bit lighter within the devices. The catalogue value in EF and MS60 is $50 and $200 respectively. Est. $50.

Lot: 19 - China, Yunnan Province. Year 21 (1932) 50 Cents,

China, Yunnan Province. Year 21 (1932) 50 Cents, Y-492. NGC AU55. Silvery frost characterizes this one year type coin. Est. $110.

Lot: 20 - A trio of Chinese "Boat" Sycee. Dung Chang

A trio of Chinese "Boat" Sycee. Dung Chang Province. 20th Century, 62.45 grams. Dung Chang pure silver (Dung chang ju yin) inside center around a raised disc, four lines of characters on bottom around central character "Let the wealth grow and

Lot: 21 - A splendid 1717-Dated Danish Silver Medal by Peter

A splendid 1717-Dated Danish Silver Medal by Peter Berg (Galster-309). This impressive medal measures 42mm in diameter and commemorates the 200th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. NGC AU55 and a handsome medium grey specimen with

Lot: 22 - A pair of smaller French gold coins

A pair of smaller French gold coins: 1863-A 5 Francs (.0467 oz AGW), VF/EF; 1858-A 10 Francs (.0933 oz AGW), Fine. A total of two coins with a combined .1400 oz AGW. Est. $200.

Lot: 23 - France 1855-A Gold 50 Francs. NGC MS64, Wings Gold

France 1855-A Gold 50 Francs. NGC MS64, Wings Gold Sticker. An absolutely splendid borderline Gem. Fiery orange-golden semi-reflectivity complements needle-sharp legends and design elements. The surfaces likewise, are wonderfully smooth. We certainly

Lot: 24 - German States, Hannover. 1825-B Gold 5 Thaler.

German States, Hannover. 1825-B Gold 5 Thaler. PCGS XF40, Wings Gold Sticker. Frosty yellow-golden fields and devices easily justify the assigned grade, particularly in light of the degree of retained peripheral mint frost. Our estimate compares

Lot: 25 - German States, Harz. Baptismal 2 Taler

German States, Harz. Baptismal 2 Taler (Knyphaulen-7295). NGC AU58 and a handsome pale to medium grey specimen that still displays muted underlying lustre beneath the toning. The obverse of this large, impressive coin depicts a scene of Christ's

Lot: 26 - A Great Britain 1797 "Cartwheel" Twopence mounted

A Great Britain 1797 "Cartwheel" Twopence mounted in a 7 3/16" x 6 1/4" wooden frame. Both the obverse and reverse are visible behind glass. The coin itself grades a strong VF in terms of wear, has been cleaned, and displays some areas of staining

Lot: 27 - Great Britain 1653 Commonwealth Half Crown

Great Britain 1653 Commonwealth Half Crown (S-3215). PCGS AU53 and pedigreed to the Rye Collection on the grading insert. Wholly original lilac-grey toning and pleasing underlying surfaces make this an ideal "collector quality" example. Very scarce

Lot: 28 - Great Britain 1786 Gold Guinea. NGC AU50, Wings

Great Britain 1786 Gold Guinea. NGC AU50, Wings Silver Sticker. Smooth fields and devices are accented by frosty lustre in the more protected areas of the design. Pleasing to the eye and still quite affordable considering the quality level of this

Lot: 29 - Great Britain 1884 Gold 1/2 Sovereign (.1177 oz

Great Britain 1884 Gold 1/2 Sovereign (.1177 oz AGW). A frosty, pale orange-golden EF or better specimen with some random surface lines. This Shield Reverse type is somewhat scarcer. Est. $170

Lot: 30 - Great Britain 1899 Gold 1/2 Sovereign (.1177 oz

Great Britain 1899 Gold 1/2 Sovereign (.1177 oz AGW). EF or a bit better. Delicately toned and revealing a small, mild stain in the lower left obverse field. Est. $165.

Lot: 31 - 1911 Great Britain Investiture of Edward VIII as

A lovely 1911 Great Britain Investiture of Edward VIII as Prince of Wales Silver Medal. Struck in .925 Silver and measuring 35mm in diameter, this Choice example features a young Edward VIII on the obverse, and Caernarvon Castle on the reverse.

Lot: 32 - Guatemala 1893-RG Silver Peso. NGC AU

Guatemala 1893-RG Silver Peso. NGC AU Details, Excessive Surface Hairlines. Both the obverse and reverse exhibit noticeable hairlines from a past cleaning, however there is still a degree of underlying surface life evident. The rarity of this

Lot: 33 - Guyana 1976 Gold $100 (.0923 oz AGW). Gem Br.

Guyana 1976 Gold $100 (.0923 oz AGW). Gem Br. Proof and still in its original Franklin Mint holder of issue. Est. $125.

Lot: 34 - A lovely Hungary 1896 "Millennium" Commemorative

A lovely Hungary 1896 "Millennium" Commemorative Silver 1 Korona in the original box of issue. The coin itself is a rather deeply toned AU/UNC. The round box is a nice AU. Seldom encountered and worthy of attention. Est. $50.

Lot: 35 - India 1918-I Gold Sovereign (.2354 oz AGW). NGC

India 1918-I Gold Sovereign (.2354 oz AGW). NGC MS63. Orange-golden surfaces are aptly completed by rich frosty-velvet surfaces. The only year of Sovereign production in India, and thus always worthy of a premium. Est. $375.

Lot: 36 - Iran SH1305 (1926) Gold Pahlavi, KM-1111. Reza

Iran SH1305 (1926) Gold Pahlavi, KM-1111. Reza Shah (1925-1941). NGC XF45. Balanced yellow-golden surfaces retain more than their fair share of mint frost for the assigned grade. A scarce one year type coin that enjoys a mintage of only 5000 pieces.

Lot: 37 - Israel Gold State Medal.

Israel Gold State Medal. Resistance, Struggle against the Nazis. 4.4 grams of .750 fine gold (.1061 oz AGW) and still in its original box of issue. Est. $150.

Lot: 38 - A pair of Gold Israeli Shema Yisrael State Medals

A pair of Gold Israeli Shema Yisrael State Medals. Both weigh 1.7 grams of .900 fine gold and both are in their original box of issue. Two medal having total of .0984 oz AGW. Est. $135.

Lot: 39 - Jamaica 1975 Gold $100 (.2266 oz AGW). Gem Br.

Jamaica 1975 Gold $100 (.2266 oz AGW). Gem Br. Proof and still in its holder of issue. The reverse depicts Christopher Columbus. Est. $300.

Lot: 40 - Jamaica 1975 Gold $100 (.2266 oz AGW). Gem Br.

Jamaica 1975 Gold $100 (.2266 oz AGW). Gem Br. Uncirculated. The design is identical to the prior lot, however the mintage of this Uncirculated version (10,000 pieces) is less than half that of the proofs. Housed in its original holder. Est. $400.

Lot: 41 - Mexico 1801-Mo FT Silver 8 Reales

Mexico 1801-Mo FT Silver 8 Reales. VG/Fine in terms of wear. The surfaces have been lightly cleaned, and there are a handful of small dents at the central obverse. Accompanied by a National Collector's Mint certificate of authenticity. Est. $45.

Lot: 42 - Mexico 1860-Mo TH Gold 8 Escudo (.7615 oz AGW).

Mexico 1860-Mo TH Gold 8 Escudo (.7615 oz AGW). NGC MS61. Rich yellow-golden surfaces feature plenty of frosty mint lustre. Very Scarce. We find only two other examples of this date that have sold in the past few years at auction. A PCGS AU55 brought

Lot: 43 - Mexico 1947 Gold 20 Pesos (.4822 oz AGW)

Mexico 1947 Gold 20 Pesos (.4822 oz AGW). EF or better in terms of wear, however the surfaces show signs jewelry use. This coin remains a very satisfactory example for similar usage once again. Est. $625.

Lot: 44 - Mexico 1947 Gold 50 Pesos (1.2057 oz AGW)

Mexico 1947 Gold 50 Pesos (1.2057 oz AGW). Easily BU or better and a pleasant "good delivery" example of this popular bullion coin. Est. $1525.

Lot: 45 - Netherlands, Groningen & Ommeland 1672 Klippe

Netherlands, Groningen & Ommeland 1672 Klippe Silver 12 1/2 Stuiver. KM-25 (the holder incorrectly reads KM-24). NGC AU55. Pleasant olive-golden and grey toning accents underlying retained mint frost in the recesses of the design. This uniface siege

Lot: 46 - Netherlands. 1883 Bronze Medal by I.P. Mense

Netherlands. 1883 Bronze Medal by I.P. Mense. 74mm. Woman beneath tree flanked by angel, column, and lion. IUGO PEREGRINI EXCUSSO AVRIACI TECHMINE TUTA. On the reverse below a crown are portraits of three kings of the Netherlands: William I, II, and

Lot: 47 - Panama 1981 Gold 20 Balboa (.0344 oz AGW). Gem Br.

Panama 1981 Gold 20 Balboa (.0344 oz AGW). Gem Br. Proof and housed in its original holder of issue. One of 4445 minted. Est. $50.

Lot: 48 - Panama 1980 Gold 100 Balboa (.2361 oz AW). Gem Br.

Panama 1980 Gold 100 Balboa (.2361 oz AW). Gem Br. Proof and housed in its original Franklin Mint holder of issue. The reverse depicts a stylized condor. One of 2411 such proofs struck. Est. $310.

Lot: 49 - Panama 1984 Gold 100 Balboa (.1146 oz AGW). Gem

Panama 1984 Gold 100 Balboa (.1146 oz AGW). Gem Br. Proof and mounted in its original holder of issue. Est. $150.

Lot: 50 - Panama 1980 Gold 150 Balboa (.1233 oz AGW). Gem

Panama 1980 Gold 150 Balboa (.1233 oz AGW). Gem Br. Proof and still housed in its original holder of issue. Only 1837 such proofs were coined. Est. $165.

Lot: 51 - Poland 1831 Gold Ducat

Poland 1831 Gold Ducat. This very scarce one year type coin features the design of a typical Dutch Ducat, however it bears the Eagle and Torch Mintmarks of the Warsaw Mint. NGC AU58. A blush of orange-golden toning embellishes plenty of underlying

Lot: 52 - Russia 1889 Gold 5 Roubles (.1867 oz AGW)

Russia 1889 Gold 5 Roubles (.1867 oz AGW). Head of Alexander III on the obverse. About Uncirculated. Balanced surfaces retain more than their fair share of frosty mint lustre. Scarce and quite popular. Est. $500

Lot: 53 - Russia 1904 Gold 5 Roubles (.1245 oz AGW). NGC

Russia 1904 Gold 5 Roubles (.1245 oz AGW). NGC MS65 and quite pleasing for the grade. Smooth surfaces offer full satin-silk orange-golden lustre. Est. $250.

Lot: 54 - Russia 1975 Gold 10 Roubles

Russia 1975 Gold 10 Roubles (.2489 oz AGW). Gem BU. A pristine example with rich satin-velvet mint bloom. Est. $350

Lot: 55 - Russia 1976 Gold 10 Roubles

Russia 1976 Gold 10 Roubles (.2489 oz AGW). Gem BU and a near twin to the prior lot. Est. $350.

Lot: 56 - A trio of 1965 Somalia Gold Coins celebrating

A trio of 1965 Somalia Gold Coins celebrating their 5th Anniversary of Independence: 100 Shillings (.4051 oz AGW); 50 Shillings (.2023 oz AGW); 20 Shillings (.0812 oz AGW). All are Choice Br. Proof. As with the higher denomination offered prior to

Lot: 57 - Somalia 1965 Gold 200 Shillings (.8102 oz AGW).

Somalia 1965 Gold 200 Shillings (.8102 oz AGW). NGC PF 67 Ultra Cameo. A total of 6325 pieces were struck in celebration of the 5th Anniversary of Independence. Est. $1050

Lot: 58 - Switzerland Gold 1935-LB 20 Francs (.1867 oz AGW).

Switzerland Gold 1935-LB 20 Francs (.1867 oz AGW). Ch. BU and an entirely pleasing example of this popular bullion-related gold coin. Est. $250.

Lot: 59 - Trinidad and Tobago 1976 Gold $100 (.0998 oz AGW).

Trinidad and Tobago 1976 Gold $100 (.0998 oz AGW). Gem Br. Proof and mounted in its original Franklin Mint holder of issue. Est. $135.

Lot: 60 - Turkey Gold 100 Kurush (.2127 oz AGW). AH 1327/1

Turkey Gold 100 Kurush (.2127 oz AGW). AH 1327/1 (1909). A strong EF or a bit better. Balanced, pleasing surfaces. Est. $300.

Lot: 61 - Mostly Silver World Coin Lot

Mostly Silver World Coin Lot. 1843-1950. Australia 1928 Half Penny EF/AU; Belgium 1933 50 Centimes Unc.; France 1965 10 Franc Unc.; Great Britain 1876-H Half Penny VF/EF; Jordan 1949 100 Fils Unc.; Mexico 1843 8 Reales VF, rim damage; Monaco 1950 100

Lot: 62 - A small dealer stock lot of mostly European coins

A small dealer stock lot of mostly European Coins. Many of the items have higher catalogue values, thus our coonservative estimate may prove to be far too low. A total of 21 coins. Est. $10.

Lot: 63 - An interesting collection of Austrian coinage

An interesting collection of Austrian coinage with dates spanning from 1759 into the 1950's. The majority of the coins range from the early 1800's through the end of the 19th century, and there are plenty of Mint State and higher catalogue value

Lot: 64 - A partial set of Silver Canadian Olympic Coins

A partial set of Silver Canadian Olympic Coins (1973-1976) containing twelve $10.00 and thirteen $5.00 silver coins. All range from Very Choice to Gem BU. There is no duplication, and most are still housed in their original capsule of issue (though

Lot: 65 - A Set of One Ounce Canadian Silver Eagles

A Set of One Ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leafs containing one coin of each date from 1988 through 2016 as well as the 1999/2000 issue, 2013 25th Anniversary issue, and additional 2016 Tank and Monkey privy mark issues. Very Choice to Gem BU. A total

Lot: 66 - Early to mid 20th Century (1920-1961) German

A small collection of higher catalogue value early to mid 20th Century (1920-1961) German minors. The grades range almost exclusively from EF to Ch. BU, and most of the coins enjoy catalogue values in the double and triple digit range. Close

Lot: 67 - Great Britain Mint Error. 1967 Half Crown Struck

Great Britain Mint Error. 1967 Half Crown Struck on a Defective Planchet. During striking, some metal fragments or other foreign material caused furrows in the surface of the planchet in the area of the date. Uncirculated; Also included are 1953 Half

Lot: 68 - A small hoard of Mexico 10% Silver Pesos

A small hoard of Mexico 10% Silver Pesos (1957-1967). The condition is quite mixed, with most being in the VF to EF grade range. Each of these .100 fine silver coins contains .0514 oz ASW. We count a total of 120 coins, thus the cumulative silver

Lot: 69 - An interesting group of Russian Medals

An interesting group of Russian Medals, all of which are struck in white metal and all of which appear to be from the same series or set. Each medal depicts an historic figure on the obverse, as well as a legend on the reverse that indicates the

Lot: 70 - A dealer stock album of world coinage including

A dealer stock album of world coinage including quite a bit of silver. All but one of the coins fall within the 1812-1968 date range, and there are a number of surprises that spice up this offering. Many earlier pieces are included, and examination

Lot: 71 - accumulation of worldwide medals, tokens,

A noteworthy accumulation of worldwide medals, tokens, counters, and the like. This very interesting lot is highlighted by two Columbian Expo So-Called Dollars (HK-222 and HK-223), a silver George VI coronation medal, and some earlier European

Lot: 72 - Austrian Notgeld housed in a three-ring looseleaf

An extensive collection of Austrian Notgeld housed in a three-ring looseleaf binder. This lovely, well organized collection is truly a joy to examine. We count approximately 554 pieces. The notes are currently housed in vinyl pages that thus far

Lot: 73 - Album of Austrian Notgeld

A second album of Austrian Notgeld. Here is the companion to the prior lot. Both its contents and method of storage is quite similar. We count approximately 252 pieces. Light to moderate aging is evident on some of the notes, and our earlier

Lot: 74 - A small collection of mostly European banknotes

A small collection of mostly European banknotes. The overall condition is quite mixed, however there are a number of interesting earlier items. Examination is a must to fully appreciate this lot, especially in light of our conservative estimate. Est.

Lot: 75 - 1866 Treasure Recovery Prospectus of Frigate

1866 Treasure Recovery Prospectus of Frigate Hussar Company. 9" x 6". About Uncirculated. A remarkable document that relates to the Nov. 25th, 1780 sinking of the British vessel Hussar in the East River near Randall's Island. Her crew, sixty-seven

Lot: 76 - Italy. 1923 Music Score for a Nocturne in Homage

Italy. 1923 Music Score for a Nocturne in Homage to my Duce, Benito Mussolini, by Damiani De Gianetti. About Uncirculated. Hand drawn multicolor parchment cover tied with green-white-red national colors ribbon, 33.3 x 24.7 cm. Eagle and fasces,

Lot: 77 - Colorful "Treasure" Japan Tea Coin-Related

Colorful "Treasure" Japan Tea Coin-Related Advertising Poster. Circa 1880's. 14 1/2" x 7 1/2". Beautiful metallic gold, crimson-red, white and black four-panel advertising piece that features 1882 U.S. $20 Liberty gold coins. Some light age toning on

Lot: 78 - Tanganyika. Certificate for Marked Contribution to

Tanganyika. Certificate for Marked Contribution to the Development of Bayaga Chiefdom. 1950. 11 1/2" x 18". King George VI in a gold frame with colorful British flags below. Signed by the Governor and Commander in chief. Some stains at upper right.

Lot: 79 - Genuine Venezuela Military Insignias

A Wide Assortment of Genuine Venezuela Military Insignias. 1980's. Brass, enamel. 23 Different. Pre-Hugo Chavez. Arms of the Republic in full color, enameled unit badges, rank insignia of General Staff, National Guard, and Superior School of War.

Lot: 80 - Coin-Related Cigarette & Trade Cards

Coin-Related Cigarette & Trade Cards: "Greiling Munz Sammlung" 1929 Album Containing the Complete Set of 641 Cards Issued by the Greiling Cigarette Company (Dresden). Obverses and reverses of World coins and U.S. coins, depicted in gold, silver, and

Lot: 81 - Stock Certificate. New Jersey Midland Railway (New

Stock Certificate. New Jersey Midland Railway (New Jersey) 1872, 10 shares, Tan Underprint. Midland locomotive and tender at station. Blue 25c Revenue. Very Fine+. Issued, uncancelled. Est. $120.

Lot: 82 - A New Jersey Specimen Bond Trio

A New Jersey Specimen Bond Trio: Middlesex Water Company. $1000 1897 First Mortgage 5% Gold Bond. Brown, blue underprint. Train on Bridge, man on burro. EF; Perth Amboy Terra Cotta Company. $1000 1900 First Mortgage Registered Bond. Red. Custom

Lot: 83 - An Interesting Stock and Bond Trio

An Interesting Stock and Bond Trio: City of New Brunswick (NJ) 1872. $500 Improvement Bond. Green underprint, red seal. State Arms. Numerous small punch cancels, otherwise EF; Marconi Wireless Telegraph (NJ) 1919. 5 Shares. Woman flanked by globes.

Lot: 84 - 1866 State of Ohio Civil War Re-Enlistment Medal

1866 State of Ohio Civil War Re-Enlistment Medal Certificate. Printed document on General Head Quarters letterhead. Columbus, Ohio. These medals were issued to those who re-enlisted for an additional three years. Some tears, but all of the pieces are

Lot: 85 - Trio of Unlisted Coal and Railroad Bonds, and a

Trio of Unlisted Coal and Railroad Bonds, and a Civil War Newspaper. 1) Sattsburg Coal Company (Pennsylvania) 1875. Westmoreland County. $500 Mortgage Gold Bond. Orange. Train by coal mill. Unissued, uncancelled. EF. 2) Lykens Valley Coal Company

Lot: 86 - George Washington Birth Centennial Portrait Plate

George Washington Birth Centennial Portrait Plate. 1932. Sepia portrait on tin, with rolled edge. 10". Some minor surface damage, otherwise Very Fine. Est. $15.

Lot: 87 - Post Cards. Central Trust Banking Company Illinois

Post Cards. Central Trust Banking Company Illinois Historical Scenes. Set of 8 different. AU/UNC. Est. $15.

Lot: 88 - Derogatory Tobacco Advertising. Circa 1920's

Derogatory Tobacco Advertising. Circa 1920's. An assortment of 11 1/2" x 9 1/2" colorful advertising caricatures. Sweet Lavender Tobacco. Titled "A SURE THING ON A POSSUM". Historically important because they document the tobacco company's racist

Lot: 89 - Colorful Original Lithographed Portrait of

Colorful Original Lithographed Portrait of President McKinley and Mrs. McKinley. 1896. 14 1/2" x 10 1/4". This example was printed as an art supplement by the Philadelphia Press, May 17th, 1896. A few edge tears, repaired, but very suitable for

Lot: 90 - Bishop National Bank of Hawaii Bank Coin Bag.

Bishop National Bank of Hawaii Bank Coin Bag. 1950. Extremely Fine. Canvas, 28 x 12 inches. Black imprint BISHOP/ NATIONAL BANK/ OF HAWAII/ AT HONOLULU/ HONOLULU, T.H. Territory of Hawaii designation indicated manufacture before statehood arrived in

Lot: 91 - U.S. Hand-Held Coin Scale

U.S. Hand-Held Coin Scale. Steel and brass in tinplate oval box. Steel beam 113mm, two 40mm brass pans. In fitted 117.7 x 54 mm green tin box. No Date. Extremely Fine or so. Est. $35.

Lot: 92 - Cinderella's Slipper U.S. Paper Money Macerated

Cinderella's Slipper U.S. Paper Money Macerated at the U.S. Treasury around 1880. 149 x 43 mm. Lady's shoe. A small portion of the original maker's label is still present. These were made from condemned U.S. paper money, macerated at the U.S.

Lot: 93 - Abraham Lincoln Bust Made from U.S. Paper Money

Abraham Lincoln Bust Made from U.S. Paper Money Macerated at the U.S. Treasury around 1880. 143.7 x 116.5 mm. About Uncirculated. Bearded bust in frock coat, boldly sculpted and said to be made from $5000 in "National Greenbacks". One of the scarcest

Lot: 94 - Uncle Sam Top Hat made from U.S. Paper Money

Uncle Sam Top Hat made from U.S. Paper Money Macerated at the U.S. Treasury around 1880. 53 x 77.3 mm. Tall crown, wide curving brim, decorated with the original red-white-blue ribbon. The original label states that the estimated face value of

Lot: 95 - Washington Monument Miniature Made from U.S. Paper

Washington Monument Miniature Made from U.S. Paper Money Macerated at the U.S. Treasury around 1880. 15.5cm. About Uncirculated. Our example shows the Monument before its completion and the capping of the shaft with a triangle of the then-rare and

Lot: 96 - Quintet of uncut obsolete currency sheets

A quintet of uncut obsolete currency sheets from The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Baltimore. $5-$5-$10-$10 (2); $100-$50-$20-$20 (3). These sheets are all unsigned remainders and are essentially "as made". Circa early 1800's with suitable vignettes,

Lot: 97 - A trio of Large Size $1.00 Type Notes

A trio of Large Size $1.00 Type Notes: Series of 1917 Legal Tender Note, Fr-37. An intact G/VG with heavy soiling at the right reverse; Series of 1899 Silver Certificate, Fr-230. G/VG detail with red ink writing at the lower portion of the note;

Lot: 98 - $2.00 Series of 1917 Legal Tender Note, Fr-59.

$2.00 Series of 1917 Legal Tender Note, Fr-59. A solid, strong Fine or better. We spy a single trivial pinhole, otherwise this note is defect-free. Est. $70.

Lot: 99 - A Series of 1923 Large Size Silver Certificate

A Series of 1923 Large Size Silver Certificate octet. All range in grade from VG to Fine+ with only a single note being overly soiled. A total of 8 pieces. Est. $200.

Lot: 100 - An octet of $1.00 Series of 1923 Silver

An octet of $1.00 Series of 1923 Silver Certificates. The grades range from Good to About Fine, however the higher condition notes tend to have problems such as writing, soiling, small stains, etc. A total of 8 notes. Est. $110.

Lot: 101 - $5.00 Series of 1923 Silver Certificate, Fr-282.

$5.00 Series of 1923 Silver Certificate, Fr-282. PMG Uncirculated 62EPQ. This wholly original "Porthole" note is centered too high, with the upper border just up against the edge of the paper. Had the centering been even a trifle better, a grade one

Lot: 102 - $5.00 Series of 1923 Silver Certificate, Fr-282.

$5.00 Series of 1923 Silver Certificate, Fr-282. PMG VF30 and a crisp, honest example that still exhibits hints of the original embossing in the serial numbers. We've offered precious few of these very scarce "Porthole" notes in our auctions and are

Lot: 103 - $10.00 Series of 1908 Silver Certificate, Fr-304.

$10.00 Series of 1908 Silver Certificate, Fr-304. PMG VF25. Here is a balanced example of this very elusive "Tombstone" design. The paper quality is solid for the grade, and the presentation quite satisfying. Est. $1650.

Lot: 104 - $5.00 Series of 1914 Federal Reserve Note.

$5.00 Series of 1914 Federal Reserve Note. Fr-855a, Blue seal. A solid VF from the standpoint of wear, however there are edge splits at some of the folds. The paper nonetheless retains plenty of crispness and originality. Est. $60.

Lot: 105 - A splendid certified Cut Sheet of Four $1.00

A splendid certified Cut Sheet of Four $1.00 Series of 1918 Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Notes. Fr-737. The A, B, and C notes all Grade PCGS Very Choice New 64PPQ, and the D note PCGS Choice New 63PPQ. All are fresh and nicely preserved, and very

Lot: 106 - Fractional Currency. 50c Second Issue Experimental

Fractional Currency. 50c Second Issue Experimental. Fiber Paper Narrow Margin Face, No Surcharges and bearing two semi-circular punch cancellations as is typical of such experimentals. The word "SPECIMEN" is stamped diagonally at the center. PCGS

Lot: 107 - 15c Grant-Sherman 3-piece Wide Margin Fractional

A handsome, very scarce 15c Grant-Sherman 3-piece Wide Margin Fractional Currency Specimen Set: Fr-1272SP Obverse (Printed Signatures) PCGS AU58, Minor Mounting Remnants on Back; Fr-1272SP Green Reverse, PCGS 63PPQ; Fr-1276SP Red Reverse, PCGS

Lot: 108 - $5.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note,

$5.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note, Fr-587, Charter #1338. The Hartford National Bank, Hartford, Connecticut. PCGS Choice New 63PPQ. Well embossed and with excellent paper quality. This noteworthy specimen is centered too high to

Lot: 109 - $5.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note,

$5.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note, Fr-587, Charter #1382. The Meriden National Bank, Meriden, Connecticut. SERIAL #1. PCGS EF40 PPQ. Quarter-folded and with excellent body. The importance of this banknote goes without saying. Not only

Lot: 110 - $10.00 Series of 1929 Type I National Bank Note,

$10.00 Series of 1929 Type I National Bank Note, Fr-1801-1, Charter #8974. The First National Bank of Wetmore, Kansas. PMG VF25. Here is a solid VF example of this RARE Kansas bank. A paltry 4 large and 5 small size notes of all types and

Lot: 111 - $5.00 Series of 1882 Brown Back National Bank

$5.00 Series of 1882 Brown Back National Bank Note, Fr-477, Charter #5172. The State National Bank of St. Louis, MO. PCGS Gem New 65 and a handsome, well centered specimen with pleasing color and clarity. Although a hoard of uncirculated notes of

Lot: 112 - $10.00 Series of 1902 Date Back National Bank

$10.00 Series of 1902 Date Back National Bank Note, Fr-616, Charter #3240. The First National Bank of Sutton, NE. Serial #3. PMG Choice VF 35 and a wholesome, pleasing example with excellent signatures and originality. Only six notes of all types are

Lot: 113 - $10.00 Series of 1929 Type I National Bank Note,

$10.00 Series of 1929 Type I National Bank Note, Fr-1801-1, Charter #1262. The New York State National Bank of Albany, NY. Fine/Very Fine with some scattered pinholes and a somewhat rounded upper left corner. Est. $45

Lot: 114 - $20.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note,

$20.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note, Fr-641, Charter #8833. The First National Bank of Lindenhurst, NY. SERIAL #1. PCGS VF25 and of the utmost importance for collectors of Long Island National Bank Notes. Solid for the grade, we note

Lot: 115 - $20.00 Series of 1882 Date Back National Bank

$20.00 Series of 1882 Date Back National Bank Note, Fr-556, Charter #5171. The First National Bank of Tulsa, OK. PMG VF30. Well centered, bright, and solid for the grade. A small internal tear is noted on the PMG holder that does not significantly

Lot: 116 - $10.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note,

$10.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note, Fr-613, Charter #1322. The Allentown National Bank, Allentown, PA. PCGS EF45 and one of only 5 recorded specimens of this type from this bank. The PCGS grade does not do this note justice, as it has

Lot: 117 - $5.00 Series of 1882 Value Back National Bank

$5.00 Series of 1882 Value Back National Bank Note, Fr-574, Charter #2558. The First National Bank of Greensburg, PA. PCGS 62 PPQ. This fresh, vibrant example enjoys excellent paper quality and color. The lower obverse design just touches the border,

Lot: 118 - $5.00 Series of 1882 Value Back National Bank

$5.00 Series of 1882 Value Back National Bank Note, Fr-574, Charter #2558. The First National Bank of Greensburg, PA. PCGS Ch AU 55PPQ and exhibiting similar centering and visual appeal to the prior lot. Enjoying the look of a solid CU+ note at first

Lot: 119 - $50.00 Series of 1902 Date Back National Bank

$50.00 Series of 1902 Date Back National Bank Note, FR-670, Charter #4229. The Seattle National Bank, Seattle, WA. PMG VF30. We note only a bit of trivial upper margin aging that we hesitate to even mention. This example is otherwise crisp, wholesome

Lot: 120 - $5.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note,

$5.00 Series of 1902 Red Seal National Bank Note, Fr-589, Charter #9003. The Merchants National Bank of Watertown, WI. SERIAL #1. PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ with the holder also commenting that this is a replacement note. We spy a tiny corner fold

Lot: 121 - A quartet of World War II emergency issue small

A quartet of World War II emergency issue small size banknotes: $1.00 HAWAII Fr-2300 (2). VF and F/VF; $10.00 North Africa Fr-2309 (2). VF and F/VF. The last with trivial ink writing. A total of 4 notes from these popular issues. Est. $160.

Lot: 122 - original BEP pack of Series 1957-A $1.00 Silver

An intriguing original BEP pack of Series 1957-A $1.00 Silver Certificates (Fr-1620). The notes in this crackling fresh, consecutively numbered pack all range in grade from CU to Gem CU. Perhaps half of the notes reveal a subtle bump at the upper

Lot: 123 - A U.S. small size currency quintet highlighted by

A U.S. small size currency quintet highlighted by a $5.00 Series of 1934-A North Africa Silver Certificate. Choice VF; Also included are $5.00 1928-B Legal Tender Note F/VF with obverse graffiti; $5.00 1963 Legal Tender (2) Very Ch CU, and VF with a

Lot: 124 - $10.00 Series of 1950 Philadelphia Federal Reserve

$10.00 Series of 1950 Philadelphia Federal Reserve Note. Fr-2010C*. An evenly worn F/VF with decent paper body. The Track and Price census lists only 8 star notes of this issue. Scarce and conservatively estimated. Est. $40.

Lot: 125 - U.S. Currency Error. $1.00 Series of 1981-A

U.S. Currency Error. $1.00 Series of 1981-A Federal Reserve Note missing the black obverse overprint containing the Federal Reserve Bank seal and the four bank numbers. Very Fine+; Also included is a $1.00 Series of 1935-A HAWAII Silver Certificate

Lot: 126 - A Bureau of Engraving and Printing Uncut Sheet

A Bureau of Engraving and Printing Uncut Sheet Threesome as follows: $1.00 Series of 2003 New York 32-Subject Sheet; $2.00 Series of 2003 New York 32-Subject Sheet; $5.00 Series of 2003 San Francisco 16-Subject Sheet. A total of 3 sheets containing

Lot: 127 - Currency Consignment

The absolute tail end of a currency consignment. This lot contains: 10c 5th Issue Fractional torn in half and crudely repaired; $2.00 1953 Legal Tender Note; $1.00 Silver Certificates (4) mixed series; $5.00 1953-B Silver Certificate; $2.00 1976

Lot: 128 - U.S. Colonial Coin. 1788 Connecticut Copper,

U.S. Colonial Coin. 1788 Connecticut Copper, Mailed Bust Right, Miller 2-D. PCGS XF40 and enjoying pleasing chestnut-brown patina over surfaces that are surprisingly smooth for the issue. There is some degree of central striking-related surface

Lot: 129 - U.S. Colonial Coin. 1773 Virginia Halfpenny.

U.S. Colonial Coin. 1773 Virginia Halfpenny. Period after GEORGIVS, Seven Harpstrings. PCGS MS62RB and conservatively graded in an early green PCGS label holder. Well balanced for the numerical grade and still retaining a considerable amount of faded

Lot: 130 - A uniface Washington Born Virginia obverse

A uniface Washington Born Virginia obverse restrike tastefully mounted under glass in a 6 1/4" x 6 1/4" wooden frame, ready for display. These copper restrikes were made from transfer dies by Albert Collis in 1959. Very Ch BU and virtually full red.

Lot: 131 - 1/2c 1804 Plain 4, Stemless Wreath. NGC XF40

1/2c 1804 Plain 4, Stemless Wreath. NGC XF40. Rich chocolate-brown patina and smooth, hard surfaces distinguish this assertive coin from the overwhelming majority of its peers at this condition level. Est. $400.

Lot: 132 - 1c 1801 100/000 Reverse, S-221. NGC VG8 BN.

1c 1801 100/000 Reverse, S-221. NGC VG8 BN. We note a tiny obverse dent at Liberty's shoulder, as well as an ancient scratch-like mark at the lower right reverse. Rich chocolate-brown microgranular surfaces reveal the usual random lines associated

Lot: 133 - 1c 1909-S Indian. NGC VG8 BN.

1c 1909-S Indian. NGC VG8 BN. Here is an evenly worn medium brown example that still exhibits traces of the LIBERTY on the Indian's headband. The rims and legends are bold, as are all of the rudimentary design elements. This key date is quite scarce,

Lot: 134 - A sextet of different date semi-key San Francisco

A sextet of different date semi-key San Francisco Mint Lincoln Cents: 1910-S, 1911-S, 1912-S, 1913-S, 1914-S, 1915-S. All fall within the Fine to Very Fine grade range. A total of 6 scarcer early dates, all mounted in custom 2x2 holders. Est. $135.

Lot: 135 - A quartet of certified U.S. coins

A quartet of certified U.S. coins as follows: 1c 1951 ACG MS67 RD; 1c 1952-D ICG MS67 RD; 1c 1952-S ICG MS67 RD; 50c 1946-D NTC MS66. A total of 4 coins, the last of which is of the greatest significance. Est. $35.

Lot: 136 - 5c 1913-D Type II.

5c 1913-D Type II. A handsome Choice VF example with wholesome russet-grey coloration and a bold, full horn on the reverse. We mention a trivial, inconspicuous lamination at the lower left reverse field, however the presentation of this "key" date is

Lot: 137 - 5c 1938-D/S Buffalo. NGC MS66

5c 1938-D/S Buffalo. NGC MS66 and a lovely example. Glistening silk-like lustre is completed by a compelling blush of overlying golden-rose toning. A beauty! Est. $190.

Lot: 138 - 10c 1872-CC ANACS Fine-12 Details, Bent-Damaged

10c 1872-CC ANACS Fine-12 Details, Bent-Damaged. Mounted in a Cache holder, this russet and subtly iridescent specimen offers particularly bold obverse definition. The planchet is a bit wavy, and closer examination beneath the toning does reveal the

Lot: 139 - 10c 1884 PCGS PR66+

10c 1884 PCGS PR66+ and an absolutely splendid specimen. Lavender-golden central iridescence is framed by electric blue iridescent peripheries. The underlying surfaces easily justify the grade, and our realistic estimate certainly makes this offering

Lot: 140 - A half dozen Choice or better U.S. silver coins

A half dozen Choice or better U.S. silver coins: 10c 1955-S, 1958-D; 25c 1958 (2), 1958-D (2). All fall within the Ch BU to Gem BU grade range, and all are mounted in 2x2 cardboard holders ready for retail sale. A total of 6 coins. Est. $20.

Lot: 141 - 25c Pattern 1870 Judd-882 (Low R-7). Silver,

25c Pattern 1870 Judd-882 (Low R-7). Silver, Reeded Edge. This VERY RARE pattern pairs Chief Engraver William Barber's well known Seated Liberty with cap and pole design with the adopted With Motto design implemented from 1866 through 1891. PCGS

Lot: 142 - 25c 1932-D ANACS AU55

25c 1932-D ANACS AU55 and revealing only light friction on the high points of the design. Rich icy-silver mint frost bathes both the obverse and reverse of this key date Washington Quarter. Est. $360.

Lot: 143 - A certified Washington Quarter foursome

A certified Washington Quarter foursome: 1934 Heavy Motto (insert says Medium Motto) Hallmark MS64; 1942-D NGC MS65; 1946-D NGC M64; 1951-D NGC MS64. A total of 4 pieces. Est. $80.

Lot: 144 - 50c 1806 Pointed 6, with Stem. O-120a. NGC VF30

50c 1806 Pointed 6, with Stem. O-120a. NGC VF30. This balanced medium grey example offers even wear and enticing originality. Grey sheet values in VF20 and EF40 respectively are $580 and $1725. Est. $800.

Lot: 145 - 50c 1826 O-104a (R-3). PCGS MS66

50c 1826 O-104a (R-3). PCGS MS66 and a glorious specimen with a wonderful pedigree. Shimmering velvet-silken mint bloom is bathed in shades of lavender, lilac, and subtle rose iridescence. Finding a finer example would almost certainly be an exercise

Lot: 146 - 50c 1858

50c 1858 Very Fine and housed in a deluxe custom holder. Est. $75.

Lot: 147 - 50c 1936 NGC MS64

50c 1936 NGC MS64 and very undergraded by the standards of today. This solid Gem coin is housed in an extremely early NGC "fat" holder bearing a pale green insert and no reverse hologram. Worthy of a substantial premium. Est. $100.

Lot: 148 - counterstamped Draped Bust Dollar

An interesting counterstamped Draped Bust Dollar. $1.00 Silver 1799 About Good in terms of wear. Smooth surfaces are interrupted only by some ancient scratches. An unevenly applied counterstamp at the central obverse appears to read "NATIONAL".

Lot: 149 - $1.00 Silver 1842 About Uncirculated

$1.00 Silver 1842 About Uncirculated or thereabouts. Light russet-golden toning is most prevalent at the periphery, and the underlying surfaces still offer a considerable degree of mint vibrance. There are 2 or 3 trivial edge bumps that are

Lot: 150 - $1.00 Silver 1871 Very Good

$1.00 Silver 1871 Very Good with bold, full rims and both the L and Y in LIBERTY visible on the obverse. The surface quality is typical of an earlier silver dollar in this grade range, and the color is indicative of a past brightening/very gentle

Lot: 151 - $1.00 Silver 1878 8TF PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1878 8TF PCGS MS65. A blush of lavender-rose complements surface quality that is unusually smooth for this scarce Eight Tailfeather variety. The strike is absolutely full, even at the centers, and there are wispy golden undertones that

Lot: 152 - $1.00 Silver 1878 8TF PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1878 8TF PCGS MS63 and radiating satin-silk cartwheel vibrance on both the obverse and reverse. Sharp and appealing. Est. $215.

Lot: 153 - $1.00 Silver 1878 8 TF. ANACS MS62 CAMEO DMPL

$1.00 Silver 1878 8 TF. ANACS MS62 CAMEO DMPL. Frosted legends and design elements contrast nicely against watery field reflectivity. A scattering of tiny obverse specks are noted on this scarce Redbook Morgan Dollar variety. Est. $300.

Lot: 154 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7/8 TF Strong

$1.00 Silver 1878 7/8 TF Strong. PCGS MS64 and a handsome Near Gem. Shimmering silver-white surfaces easily justify the assigned grade. Scarce and always quite popular. Est. $390.

Lot: 155 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7/8 TF Strong.

$1.00 Silver 1878 7/8 TF Strong. PCGS MS63. Icy mint frost augments well struck design features. Likewise, the surface quality is pleasant and balanced for a coin at this condition level. Est. $200.

Lot: 156 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7 TF, Rev. of '78. PCGS MS64PL.

$1.00 Silver 1878 7 TF, Rev. of '78. PCGS MS64PL. Assertive design elements float in fields that enjoy a significant degree of watery reflectivity. Sharp, vibrant, and scarce at this quality level. Est. $375.

Lot: 157 - PCGS certified uncommon date Morgan Dollar duo

A PCGS certified uncommon date Morgan Dollar duo: 1878 7TF, Rev. '78 PCGS MS62. Full icy-white mint frost; 1902 PCGS UNC Details Cleaning. The look is that of a Choice or better specimen, and any evidence of cleaning is extremely deceptive indeed. A

Lot: 158 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7 TF, Rev. of '79

$1.00 Silver 1878 7 TF, Rev. of '79. A pleasing BU with claims to the Choice category. Satiny lustre glistens over well struck, silver-white surfaces. A scarce, very popular Redbook variety and housed in an NTC MS63 holder. Est. $170.

Lot: 159 - A premium quality uncommon date certified Morgan

A premium quality uncommon date certified Morgan Dollar trio: 1878 7TF, Rev. '79 PCGS UNC Details Cleaning; 1889-O PCGS AU58; 1891-O PCGS AU58. The first coin offers an excellent presentation. Likewise, the latter two coins are worthy of very close

Lot: 160 - $1.00 Silver 1878-CC PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1878-CC PCGS MS65. Here is a "blast-white" fully satiny example that enjoys razor-sharp legends and design elements. Quite scarce at this lofty condition level. Est. $1400.

Lot: 161 - $1.00 Silver 1878-CC PCGS MS64+

$1.00 Silver 1878-CC PCGS MS64+ and ever so close to a full Gem classification. Fully struck devices and wonderfully smooth visual allure distinguish this handsome Carson City Mint specimen. Est. $550.

Lot: 162 - A higher circulated grade starter collection of

A higher circulated grade starter collection of Morgan Dollars most of which are somewhat scarcer dates. Included are: 1878 8TF, 1878 7/8TF, 1879-O, 1880-O, 1882-O, 1886-O, 1890-O, 1891-O, 1892, 1892-O, 1894-O, 1896-O, 1897-O. Most of the coins are

Lot: 163 - A noteworthy partial set of Uncirculated Morgan

A noteworthy partial set of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars including the following dates: 1878-S, 1879, 1879-S, 1880, 1880-S, 1881-O, 1881-S, 1882, 1884-O, 1885, 1885-O, 1886, 1887, 1888-O, 1889, 1890-S, 1896, 1898-O, 1900, 1901-O. Every coin grades at

Lot: 164 - Uncirculated partial set of Morgan D ollars

A second Uncirculated partial set of Morgan D ollars comprised of: 1878-S, 1879-S, 1880-S, 1881-S, 1883, 1883-O, 1884, 1886, 1887, 1889, 1890, 1896, 1897, 1900, 1900-O. The grades range from BU to Very Choice BU, however there are some pieces that

Lot: 165 - Partial set of Mint State Morgan Dollars

An enticing, hand-picked partial set of Mint State Morgan Dollars consisting of: 1878-S, 1879, 1879-S, 1880-S, 1882-S, 1883-O, 1885, 1885-O, 1887, 1888, 1896, 1898, 1898-O, 1900, 1900-O, 1901-O, 1902-O, 1904-O. All are splendid silvery-white Very

Lot: 166 - A pair of less common Very Choice certified Morgan

A pair of less common Very Choice certified Morgan Dollars: 1878-S, 1883. Both grade PCGS MS64 and offer sharp, vibrant surfaces. The latter is only a minor mark or two from a full Gem status. A total of 2 coins. Est. $160.

Lot: 167 - $1.00 Silver 1879 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1879 PCGS MS65. Luxuriant velvet-satin mint lustre bathes surface quality that certainly warrants the assigned numerical grade. A balanced, highly satisfying example. Est. $575.

Lot: 168 - $1.00 Silver 1879 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1879 PCGS MS64 and clearly of premium quality. In fact, bidders should take a long, hard look at this borderline Gem for its resubmission potential. Unbroken velvet-silk lustre blankets very smooth surface quality. Est. $115.

Lot: 169 - $1.00 Silver 1879 BU

$1.00 Silver 1879 BU with claims to a Choice distinction. Well struck and satiny. The peripheries offer very attractive albeit questionable rainbow iridescent toning. Mounted in a custom hard plastic holder and deserving of close scrutiny. Est. $60.

Lot: 170 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66+

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66+. Needle-sharp, "blast white" surfaces are quite compelling in every respect. Est. $250.

Lot: 171 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66 and a splendid jewel. Both the fields and design elements are wonderfully smooth, and likewise the strike is unimprovable. A premium example, even for the designated grade. Est. $220.

Lot: 172 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65. This assertive icy-satin Gem is highlighted by an ever so subtle hint of overlying lilac toning. Est. $135.

Lot: 173 - A virtual Gem Certified Morgan Dollar duo

A virtual Gem Certified Morgan Dollar duo: 1879-S PCGS MS64+, 1883 PCGS MS64. The latter coin is especially smooth and of premium quality for the assigned grade. A total of 2 coins. Est. $140.

Lot: 174 - Three certified Choice Morgan Dollars from three

Three certified Choice Morgan Dollars from three different Mints: 1879-S, 1890, 1901-O. All are untoned PCGS MS63 examples. The first coin is particularly smooth for the assigned grade. A total of 3 coins. Est. $165.

Lot: 175 - $1.00 Silver 1880 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1880 PCGS MS64. This premium quality specimen is bold, balanced, and especially smooth for the indicated numerical grade. Est. $115.

Lot: 176 - $1.00 Silver 1880 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1880 PCGS MS64 and a smooth, premium quality specimen. In fact, this velvet-satin, borderline Gem certainly deserves consideration for an upgrade. The strike is assertive, and the surfaces are clearly superior. Est. $125.

Lot: 177 - $1.00 Silver 1880-CC Rev. of '79. PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1880-CC Rev. of '79. PCGS MS63 and bathed in an unbroken blanket of dense icy mint frost. The surface quality, likewise, is significantly smoother than the assigned grade would indicate. Quite scarce this nice. Est. $450.

Lot: 178 - $1.00 Silver 1880-O PCGS MS61

$1.00 Silver 1880-O PCGS MS61. A well struck, fully frosty mint state example of this scarcity. Est. $100.

Lot: 179 - Octet of higher circulated grade Morgan Dollars

A noteworthy octet of higher circulated grade Morgan Dollars: 1880-O, 1883-O, 1887-S, 1890, 1891-O, 1897-S, 1902, 1904. All fall within the AU-Ch AU condition range, with a few pieces showing signs of light cleaning. The first coin offers distinctive

Lot: 180 - A high circulated grade PCGS certified Morgan

A high circulated grade PCGS certified Morgan Dollar threesome: 1880-O PCGS AU58; 1883-S PCGS AU53; 1891-O PCGS AU55. All are lustrous and attractive. The second coin is particularly scarce. A total of 3 coins. Est. $170.

Lot: 181 - $1.00 Silver 1880-S PCGS MS66

$1.00 Silver 1880-S PCGS MS66. Satiny cartwheel lustre, razor-sharp definition and smooth surface quality distinguish this example. Est. $220.

Lot: 182 - $1.00 Silver 1880-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1880-S PCGS MS65. A full measure of rolling icy lustre complements a bold strike. Est. $135.

Lot: 183 - Mint State Morgan Dollar quartet

A pleasing Mint State Morgan Dollar quartet: 1880-S Very Choice BU; 1880-S BU or better, semi-prooflike; 1881-S BU Prooflike and revealing a small reverse planchet flaw at 7:30; 1883 Choice BU. A total of 4 handsome coins. Est. $200.

Lot: 184 - A handsome certified Very Choice Morgan Dollar

A handsome certified Very Choice Morgan Dollar trio, each of which is from a different mint: 1880-S, 1884-O, 1889. All are graded PCGS MS64, are wholly silver-white, and are quite pleasing for the grade. A total of 3 coins. Est. $190.

Lot: 185 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64. There is a wisp of lilac toning that accents rich velvet-satin bloom. A premium example with smooth surfaces and a bold strike. Est. $125.

Lot: 186 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64 and nearly a twin to the prior lot. This example offers a rich measure of unbroken velvet mint bloom. Est. $125.

Lot: 187 - $1.00 Silver 1881-CC PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1881-CC PCGS MS62. This scarce Carson City Mint coin is sharp, fresh, and offers satiny cartwheel lustre. Est. $435.

Lot: 188 - A Mint State partial set of New Orleans Morgan

A Mint State partial set of New Orleans Morgan Dollars containing: 1881-O, 1882-O, 1883-O, 1885-O, 1888-O, 1899-O, 1898-O, 1900-O, 1901-O, 1902-O, 1904-O. Every coin has the lovely appearance of a Very Choice to Gem example, however some show signs

Lot: 189 - $1.00 Silver 1881-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1881-S PCGS MS65 and clearly a premium quality "crack out" candidate. Both the lustre and surfaces are marvelous, and the visual allure superior for the assigned numerical grade. Est. $150.

Lot: 190 - $1.00 Silver 1881-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1881-S PCGS MS65. Here is a lovely solid Gem example that features an abundance of rolling cartwheel mint bloom. Est. $135.

Lot: 191 - $1.00 Silver 1881-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1881-S PCGS MS65. A third Gem specimen with chisel-sharp definition and pleasing surfaces. Est. $135.

Lot: 192 - PCGS certified MS64 Morgan Dollar trio

A PCGS certified MS64 Morgan Dollar trio: 1881-S, 1883-O, 1884-O. All are handsome PCGS MS64 examples. The first coin is arguably a full Gem, and the latter two pieces are also of premium quality for the grade. A total of 3 coins. Est. $200.

Lot: 193 - $1.00 Silver 1882 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1882 PCGS MS65 and featuring an unbroken swathe of ever so rich velvet-silk mint lustre that immerses either side. Likewise, the strike and surface quality easily justify the assigned grade. Scarce this nice. Est. $400.

Lot: 194 - $1.00 Silver 1882-CC PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1882-CC PCGS MS62 and an icy-white, assertively struck example of this scarcity. Est. $180.

Lot: 195 - $1.00 Silver 1882-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1882-S PCGS MS65 and a "handpicked" premium quality example. Satiny, well struck, and wonderfully smooth for the assigned grade level. Est. $135.

Lot: 196 - $1.00 Silver 1883-CC PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1883-CC PCGS MS65. Here is a smooth, wholly vibrant specimen that is completed by boldly struck legends and design features. Est. $425.

Lot: 197 - $1.00 Silver 1883-CC GSA.

$1.00 Silver 1883-CC GSA. BU and virtually of Choice quality. Rich velvet-satin mint lustre and a full strike characterize this GSA Dollar. Complete with the original outer box and certificate of issue. Est. $190.

Lot: 198 - New Orleans Mint Very Choice certified Morgan

A New Orleans Mint Very Choice certified Morgan Dollar threesome: 1883-O, 1884-O, 1885-O. All are fully lustrous PCGS MS64 specimens, and all are quite appealing. A total of 3 coins. Est. $190.

Lot: 199 - A Choice or better certified New Orleans Mint

A Choice or better certified New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollar threesome: 1883-O PCGS MS63; 1885-O PCGS MS63; 1902-O PCGS MS64. All are lustrous and well balanced, with the first two coins being particularly appealing for the assigned grade. A total of

Lot: 200 - A trio of premium quality PCGS certified New

A trio of premium quality PCGS certified New Orleans Mint Silver Dollars: 1883-O, 1884-O, 1885-O. All silvery-white PCGS MS63 specimens, and all are very conservatively graded. A total of 3 coins. Est. $145.

Lot: 201 - $1.00 Silver 1883-S PCGS AU58

$1.00 Silver 1883-S PCGS AU58. Full definition and vibrant silver-white lustre is featured on this scarce specimen. Only subtle traces of friction are detectable at the most vulnerable locations. Est. $275.

Lot: 202 - A half dozen middle to upper middle grade better

A half dozen middle to upper middle grade better date Morgan Dollars: 1883-S EF/AU, perhaps a bit better; 1886-O VF+, very gently cleaned; 1889-S AU or nearly so; 1892 A solid AU in terms of wear, lightly cleaned; 1892-S VF or thereabouts with only a

Lot: 203 - A better date AU San Francisco Morgan Dollar

A better date AU San Francisco Morgan Dollar threesome: 1883-S, 1889-S, 1898-S. The second coin displays a thin pinscratch at the upper reverse. The last some shallow obverse facial marks. A total of 3 scarce coins. Est. $190.

Lot: 204 - $1.00 Silver 1884-CC PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1884-CC PCGS MS64 and particularly free of surface marks for the assigned grade. Icy-satin lustre complements chisel-sharp detail. Est $200.

Lot: 205 - $1.00 Silver 1884-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1884-O PCGS MS65. Icy-satin lustre and a chisel-sharp strike characterize this Gem New Orleans Mint specimen. Est. $135.

Lot: 206 - $1.00 Silver 1884-S PCGS AU53

$1.00 Silver 1884-S PCGS AU53 and very solid for the assigned grade. Silvery mint frost and bold design elements abound on this Morgan Dollar scarcity. Valuations elevate exponentially for this issue above the condition level offered here, and the

Lot: 207 - $1.00 Silver 1884-S

$1.00 Silver 1884-S EF/AU and bordering on a full AU designation. Silver-white surfaces still exhibit plenty of mint frost. We note a trivial rim bump at 11:00 on the reverse that hardly warrants mention. Scarce at this condition level. Est. $110.

Lot: 208 - $1.00 Silver 1885 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1885 PCGS MS65. Here is a wholly untoned example that enjoys an unbroken blanket of satin-silk mint bloom. Est. $135

Lot: 209 - Very Choice certified Philadelphia Mint Morgan

Very Choice certified Philadelphia Mint Morgan Dollars: 1885, 1888, 1889. All are graded PCGS MS64, and all are satiny silvery-white examples. The last is just on the cusp of a full Gem designation. A total of 3 coins. Est. $210.

Lot: 210 - $1.00 Silver 1885-CC Choice BU

$1.00 Silver 1885-CC Choice BU. A full measure of luxuriant satin-velvet mint bloom immerse both the field and devices of this boldly struck example. Quite scarce and always in demand. Est. $675

Lot: 211 - $1.00 Silver 1885-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1885-O PCGS MS65. Glistening cartwheel-velvet mint lustre immerses both the obverse and reverse of this Gem example. Est. $135.

Lot: 212 - $1.00 Silver 1885-O ANACS MS63 PL

$1.00 Silver 1885-O ANACS MS63 PL and quite attractive for the grade. Bold design elements contrast nicely against semi-mirrored fields. Est. $100.

Lot: 213 - Very Choice PCGS certified New Orleans Mint Morgan

Very Choice PCGS certified New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollars: 1885-O, 1898-O, 1904-O. All are graded PCGS MS64. Each is satiny and nicely balanced. A total of 3 coins. Est. $190.

Lot: 214 - $1.00 Silver 1885-S PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1885-S PCGS MS62 and with very pleasant arm's-length appeal for the numerical grade. Assertive definition augments unimpeded satiny lustre. Scarce. Est. $240.

Lot: 215 - $1.00 Silver 1886 PCGS MS66.

$1.00 Silver 1886 PCGS MS66. An unencumbered swathe of luxuriant silken mint bloom entirely immerses both the obverse and reverse of this smooth Gem. Est. $220.

Lot: 216 - $1.00 Silver 1886 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1886 PCGS MS65. Luxuriant satin-white lustre augments balanced, untoned fields and devices. Est. $135.

Lot: 217 - $1.00 Silver 1886 PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1886 PCGS MS65. Here is "blast-white" Gem that is a near twin to the prior lot. Est. $135.

Lot: 218 - $1.00 Silver 1886-O PCGS AU58

$1.00 Silver 1886-O PCGS AU58. Only light friction at the high points of the design separate this coin from the Mint State category. Well struck, frosty, and scarce at this condition level. Est. $275.

Lot: 219 - $1.00 Silver 1886-S PCGS AU58

$1.00 Silver 1886-S PCGS AU58. Full icy-silver lustre reveals just a hint of friction. We note some light obverse roller striations at Liberty's jaw, otherwise the surfaces are quite enticing. Scarce at this condition level. Est. $180.

Lot: 220 - $1.00 Silver 1887 PCGS MS66.

$1.00 Silver 1887 PCGS MS66. Unencumbered rolling silken lustre immerses smooth, assertive design elements. Est. $220.

Lot: 221 - $1.00 Silver 1887 PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1887 PCGS MS65. This Gem offers sharply struck surfaces that are awash in an abundance of icy mint frost. Est. $135.

Lot: 222 - $1.00 Silver 1887-O PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1887-O PCGS MS63. Rich mint frost and a bold strike characterize this Choice example. Est. $110.

Lot: 223 - $1.00 Silver 1888 PCGS MS65+

$1.00 Silver 1888 PCGS MS65+. This delicate lavender-golden Gem is both fully struck and wonderfully satiny. Est. $200.

Lot: 224 - $1.00 Silver 1888-O VAM-9 "Doubled Arrows"

$1.00 Silver 1888-O VAM-9 "Doubled Arrows". Here is "Top 100" Morgan Dollar variety that features a doubled die reverse. The doubling is most evident at the bottom of the arrow shafts, feathers, and arrowheads. PCGS MS62 and easily of premium quality

Lot: 225 - A trio of certified Very Choice Morgan Dollars

A trio of certified Very Choice Morgan Dollars: 1888, 1900, 1900-O. All are PCGS MS64, and are pleasing satiny examples. A total of 3 coins. Est. $200.

Lot: 226 - $1.00 Silver 1889 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1889 PCGS MS65. Bold, vibrant and quite smooth, especially when compared to the typically unappealing survivors of this issue. Est. $250.

Lot: 227 - $1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS64+

$1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS64+. Luxuriant, ever so rich silken-white mint bloom immerses both the obverse and reverse of this Near Gem example. The surfaces are quite pleasing, however the strike is not full, thus the near Gem grading. Grey Sheet

Lot: 228 - $1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS63 and enjoying a wonderfully generous degree of velvet-silken vibrance. The strike likewise, is surprisingly sharp for the issue. Quite scarce this nice and easily worthy of the assigned numerical grade. Est. $300.

Lot: 229 - $1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS62. Pleasant for the grade and displaying vibrant, rippling icy mint frost on either side. Est. $225.

Lot: 230 - $1.00 Silver 1890-CC PCGS UNC Details, Cleaning.

$1.00 Silver 1890-CC PCGS UNC Details, Cleaning. We would describe the surfaces of this very attractive coin more as having been "brightened" rather than cleaned, as the surfaces show no hairlines or serious lustre impairments. In fact, the

Lot: 231 - $1.00 Silver 1891-CC VAM-3 (Spitting Eagle) PCGS

$1.00 Silver 1891-CC VAM-3 (Spitting Eagle) PCGS MS64. Boldly struck and drenched in rolling satin-silk mint bloom. A particularly challenging Carson City issue to acquire at this near Gem condition level. Est. $1000.

Lot: 232 - $1.00 Silver 1891-O PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1891-O PCGS MS63. This choice example enjoys glowing icy-silver lustre augmented by a particularly bold strike for the issue. Scarce at this grade level. Est. $300.

Lot: 233 - $1.00 Silver 1891-CC VAM-3 (Spitting Eagle) PCGS

$1.00 Silver 1891-CC VAM-3 (Spitting Eagle) PCGS MS63+. Chisel-sharp devices and satiny-cartwheel radiance characterize this very scarce Choice Mint State specimen. Est. $700.

Lot: 234 - $1.00 Silver 1893 PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1893 PCGS MS63. Silvery-lilac surfaces enjoy a full measure of underlying velvet-like mint bloom. Scarce in all grades and particularly so at this lofty condition level. Est. $1000.

Lot: 235 - $1.00 Silver 1893 PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1893 PCGS MS62 and a handsome example that just borders on an even higher grade. The reverse is that of a Very Choice specimen. The obverse is just a small mark or two from the Choice category. Quite scarce at this quality level and of

Lot: 236 - $1.00 Silver 1893 ANACS AU53

$1.00 Silver 1893 ANACS AU53. A delicate wisp of golden toning accents boldly assertive, well frosted fields and design elements. A scarce date in any condition. Est. $320

Lot: 237 - $1.00 Silver 1893 VAM-4 "Doubled Stars". PCGS XF45

$1.00 Silver 1893 VAM-4 "Doubled Stars". PCGS XF45 and a highly collectible "Top 100" variety. This obverse doubled die exhibits doubling in the stars toward the rim on either side of the date. Pale silvery-grey surfaces retain their share of frosty

Lot: 238 - $1.00 Silver 1893-O PCGS AU55

$1.00 Silver 1893-O PCGS AU55. Full frosty mint bloom accompanies only light friction in the open areas of the design. Upper circulated grade survivors such as this are especially challenging to acquire as compared to the lesser quality coins

Lot: 239 - $1.00 Silver 1894-O PCGS AU58

$1.00 Silver 1894-O PCGS AU58 and ever so close to a solid Mint State distinction. The lustre is full and entirely satiny, and we note only the slightest hint of friction at the most vulnerable locations. This handsome, vibrant example would fit

Lot: 240 - $1.00 Silver 1894-O PCGS XF45.

$1.00 Silver 1894-O PCGS XF45. Balanced surfaces and an abundance of retained frosty mint lustre arguably warrants a full AU distinction. Scarce and of premium quality. Est. $110.

Lot: 241 - $1.00 Silver 1895-O PCGS AU53.

$1.00 Silver 1895-O PCGS AU53. We note a minor facial mark or two, as well as a few marks at the upper reverse rim. There is however, more than ample mint frost for the grade, as well as an uncommonly assertive strike for this very scarce date. Est.

Lot: 242 - $1.00 Silver 1896 PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1896 PCGS MS65. Silvery-white and awash in unbroken velvet-like lustre, this Gem pleasant arm's length appeal. Est. $160

Lot: 243 - A septet of U.S. Silver Dollars

A septet of U.S. Silver Dollars as follows: 1896 Ch AU+, 1897 Ch AU, 1903 (2) both grading Ch AU+, 1921-D Ch AU, 1924 (2) BU and BU+. A total of 7 coins. Est. $220

Lot: 244 - $1.00 Silver 1896-O

$1.00 Silver 1896-O A solid, frosty AU example. The surfaces offer plenty of lustre and just a few trivial toning specks. Scarce at this condition level. Est. $120.

Lot: 245 - $1.00 Silver 1896-O

$1.00 Silver 1896-O Here is a strong AU specimen that enjoys rich mint frost beneath a hint of golden toning. Est. $120.

Lot: 246 - $1.00 Silver 1896-O PCGS AU50

$1.00 Silver 1896-O PCGS AU50 and quite satisfying for the designated grade. Balanced surfaces offer strong definition and plenty of mint frost. Est. $115.

Lot: 247 - $1.00 Silver 1897 PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1897 PCGS MS65. Here is a wonderfully smooth, chisel-sharp Gem that is quite distinctive, even for a coin at this numerical grade. A splendid "crack out" candidate that deserves close inspection by prospective bidders. Est. $270.

Lot: 248 - $1.00 Silver 1897 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1897 PCGS MS65 and a second premium quality "crack out" candidate that is a virtual twin to the prior lot. Est. $270.

Lot: 249 - $1.00 Silver 1897 PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1897 PCGS MS65. Appealing "blast-white" fields and devices are fully struck and wholly immersed in icy-satin mint bloom. Est. $240.

Lot: 250 - $1.00 Silver 1898 PCGS MS66.

$1.00 Silver 1898 PCGS MS66. Unbroken satiny bloom shimmers over both the obverse and reverse. Likewise, the strike is meticulous and the surfaces entirely worthy of the assigned grading. Est. $485.

Lot: 251 - $1.00 Silver 1898-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1898-O PCGS MS65. A wispy, ever so delicate hint of golden toning accents this sharp, silk-like Gem. Est. $135.

Lot: 252 - A trio of late date New Orleans Mint Morgan

A trio of late date New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollars, all of which are graded PCGS MS64: 1898-O, 1899-O, 1901-O. The second coin is just a whisper away from the Gem category. A total of 3 coins. Est. $200.

Lot: 253 - $1.00 Silver 1899 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1899 PCGS MS65. There is a warm, rolling satiny glow that augments this assertive Gem example. Quite scarce and underrated at the condition level offered here. Est. $750

Lot: 254 - $1.00 Silver 1899 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1899 PCGS MS64. This Very Choice specimen offers balanced surface quality and an unbroken blanket of satiny lustre. Elusive in all Mint State grades and particularly so this nice. Est. $300.

Lot: 255 - $1.00 Silver 1899-O PCGS MS66

$1.00 Silver 1899-O PCGS MS66. Rich velvet-silk lustre and smooth, assertive surface quality distinguishes this handsome Gem. Est. $220.

Lot: 256 - $1.00 Silver 1899-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1899-O PCGS MS65. Here is a wispy lilac-silver Gem that features unimpeded velvet-like mint lustre. Est. $125.

Lot: 257 - $1.00 Silver 1899-S PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1899-S PCGS MS62 and arguably worthy of a Choice classification. Here is a premium quality example that is both sharp and very smooth for the assigned numerical grade. Velvet-like lustre completes its allure. Est. $390.

Lot: 258 - $1.00 Silver 1900-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1900-O PCGS MS65. Silvery-white, satiny lustre is featured on either side of this sharply struck specimen. Est. $125.

Lot: 259 - $1.00 Silver 1901 PCGS AU58.

$1.00 Silver 1901 PCGS AU58. Here is a near Mint State specimen that offers full mint frost, and only light obverse friction. At only a fraction of the cost of even heavily bagmarked Uncirculated survivors, this coin certainly deserves plenty of

Lot: 260 - $1.00 Silver 1901 PCGS AU50

$1.00 Silver 1901 PCGS AU50. This example is solid for the grade with an ample measure of mint frost on either side. Scarce. Est. $185.

Lot: 261 - $1.00 1901 PCGS XF45

$1.00 1901 PCGS XF45 and with more than ample mint frost for the assigned grade. Est. $100.

Lot: 262 - $1.00 Silver 1901-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1901-O PCGS MS65. Satiny lustre glistens over bold, Gem quality fields and design features. Est. $135.

Lot: 263 - $1.00 Silver 1901-S PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1901-S PCGS MS64. Shimmering silky-velvet vibrance accentuates a very fresh appearance. This late date San Francisco issue is quite scarce at all Mint State grade levels. Est. $1050.

Lot: 264 - $1.00 Silver 1901-S PCGS MS61.

$1.00 Silver 1901-S PCGS MS61. As would be expected, the obverse of this scarce coin exhibits its share of bag abrasions. None however, are particularly deep or singularly unsightly. Icy lustre accompanies well struck design features. Est. $480.

Lot: 265 - $1.00 Silver 1901-S AU

$1.00 Silver 1901-S AU or essentially so and still retaining more than its fair share of icy mint frost. We note only a trivial rim tap or two beneath delicate toning. This date is very seldomly encountered within this condition range. Est. $125.

Lot: 266 - $1.00 Silver 1902 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1902 PCGS MS65. A blush of delicate golden toning accents smooth, assertive surfaces. Full Gems of this date are surprisingly scarce, and this example is sure to please its new owner. Est. $400.

Lot: 267 - $1.00 Silver 1902 PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1902 PCGS MS63 and a handsome premium quality example. Satin-like lustre embellishes surprisingly well balanced surface quality for a survivor at this condition level. Est. $110.

Lot: 268 - $1.00 Silver 1903 PCGS MS66.

$1.00 Silver 1903 PCGS MS66. Wonderfully smooth fields and design elements are augmented by unbroken silk-like mint lustre. Quite scarce at this lofty condition level. Est. $500.

Lot: 269 - $1.00 Silver 1903-O PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1903-O PCGS MS62. Rolling satiny lustre and an assertive strike distinguish this example. Scarce in all grades. Est. $340.

Lot: 270 - $1.00 Silver 1903-S

$1.00 Silver 1903-S Easily VF/EF and enjoying more than ample retained mint frost for the assigned grade. We note some minor rim disturbances that are not unduly offensive, and it is well recognized that middle grade survivors such as this are quite

Lot: 271 - $1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS65 and easily worthy of the assigned grade. Smooth, unencumbered icy surfaces are highlighted by just a wisp of delicate toning. Est. $135.

Lot: 272 - $1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS65 and a near twin to the prior lot. The obverse is especially smooth. Only the reverse reveals a trifle more surface disturbance under close scrutiny. Est. $135

Lot: 273 - $1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS65. This third Gem example offers especially luxuriant satin-velvet mint bloom. Est. $135.

Lot: 274 - $1.00 Silver 1921 Morgan. PCGS MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1921 Morgan. PCGS MS64. Shimmering icy mint frost is delicately accented by wispy areas of russet at the peripheries. Est. $50.

Lot: 275 - $1.00 Silver 1921 Morgan. Ch BU

$1.00 Silver 1921 Morgan. Ch BU with lovely albeit questionable color that may or may not be considered natural. We are not entirely convinced one way or the other regarding the originality of the toning, however there is no question that the visual

Lot: 276 - A Certified Peace Dollar Quintet

A Certified Peace Dollar Quintet: 1922 NGC MS63; 1922-S ANACS MS63; 1923 NGC MS63; 1924 NGC MS63; 1924 PCGS MS63. Three of the coins are silver-white; the others lightly toned. A total of 5 pieces. Est. $190.

Lot: 277 - $1.00 Silver 1928 A strong VF

$1.00 Silver 1928 A strong VF from the standpoint of wear and exhibiting lilac-grey and rose iridescent toning of a questionable origin. Easily the most challenging date Peace Dollar to acquire within this condition range. Est. $250

Lot: 278 - $2.50 Gold 1836 Block 8. PCGS AU55

$2.50 Gold 1836 Block 8. PCGS AU55. This handsome example offers mint frost beneath rich yellow-golden color. Grey sheet values for this issue are $950 and $2000 in AU50 and AU58 respectively. Our estimate for this underrated, short-lived type coin

Lot: 279 - $2.50 Gold 1836 Block 8. NGC XF45

$2.50 Gold 1836 Block 8. NGC XF45. A delicate shade of coppery-orange toning accents retained underlying mint frost. The surface quality likewise, is quite pleasing for the grade. If you need a pleasing, yet affordable example of this scarce type,

Lot: 280 - $2.50 Gold 1911 ANACS AU55

$2.50 Gold 1911 ANACS AU55. Rich yellow-golden surfaces offer their fair share of retained mint frost. Est. $270.

Lot: 281 - $2.50 Gold 1914 NGC MS64

$2.50 Gold 1914 NGC MS64 Assertive pale orange-golden fields and balanced design features are augmented by a generous measure of overlying icy mint frost. Scarce in all Mint State grades and especially so this nice. The Grey Sheet value of this date

Lot: 282 - $2.50 Gold 1914-D ANACS MS61

$2.50 Gold 1914-D ANACS MS61 and a scarcer date at or above this condition level. A blush of delicate orange-golden toning augments underlying frosty mint lustre. Est. $350.

Lot: 283 - $2.50 Gold 1925-D ANACS MS62.

$2.50 Gold 1925-D ANACS MS62. A full measure of icy mint frost is featured on both the obverse and reverse of this evenly struck example. Est. $325.

Lot: 284 - $5.00 Gold 1835 ANACS EF40

$5.00 Gold 1835 ANACS EF40 and a balanced, appealing example of this short-lived Classic Head type coin. Yellow-golden surfaces are evenly struck and free of any noteworthy defects. A handsome middle grade offering of this scarcity. Est. $675.

Lot: 285 - $5.00 Gold 1872-S PCGS Genuine-Good

$5.00 Gold 1872-S PCGS Genuine-Good Details-Graffiti. The obverse definition is actually more akin to a VG, and the reverse that of an AG+. The graffiti consists of a letter "T" scratched into the obverse field adjacent to Liberty's nose, as well as

Lot: 286 - $5.00 Gold 1881 ANACS AU55

$5.00 Gold 1881 ANACS AU55 and displaying some random field lines amidst plenty of vibrant icy frost. Evenly struck on either side. Est. $350.

Lot: 287 - $5.00 Gold 1906-D NGC AU58

$5.00 Gold 1906-D NGC AU58. Smooth, balanced overall surface quality complements icy-satin mint lustre. Est. $350.

Lot: 288 - $5.00 Gold 1908 Liberty. NGC MS62

$5.00 Gold 1908 Liberty. NGC MS62. Assertive definition accompanies a full measure of vibrant satiny mint bloom. Est. $390.

Lot: 289 - $5.00 1909-D ANACS MS62.

$5.00 1909-D ANACS MS62. Honest orange-golden surfaces are entirely free of any defects that require special mention. Underlying frosty mint lustre completes this balanced example. Est. $525.

Lot: 290 - $10.00 Gold 1880.

$10.00 Gold 1880. EF/AU in terms of wear. Lightly cleaned and exhibiting some shallow marks at the lower obverse. Est. $600.

Lot: 291 - $20.00 Gold 1855-S NGC AU53

$20.00 Gold 1855-S NGC AU53. Bright orange-golden surfaces retain their fair share of vibrant mint frost. A minor rim bruise is noted at 6:00 on the reverse of this desirable Type I Double Eagle. Est. $2500.

Lot: 292 - $20.00 Gold 1872-S NGC AU58

$20.00 Gold 1872-S NGC AU58 and arguably worthy of a full Mint State designation. Shimmering icy-satin lustre, assertive definition, and surprisingly smooth overall surface quality clearly distinguish this specimen. Survivors at this condition level

Lot: 293 - $20.00 Gold 1873 Open 3. PCGS MS62

$20.00 Gold 1873 Open 3. PCGS MS62 and housed in an early green label holder. The surfaces and visual presentation are easily of premium quality for the assigned numerical grade. Moreover, the exponential jump in value from grade to grade for this

Lot: 294 - $20.00 Gold 1874 Abt Unc

$20.00 Gold 1874 Abt Unc and displaying plenty of mint frost on both the obverse and reverse. A few minor reverse marks are of little consequence. Est. $1350.

Lot: 295 - $20.00 Gold 1876-CC PCGS AU53

$20.00 Gold 1876-CC PCGS AU53 and a wholly honest, very satisfying example. This highly elusive Carson City Mint Type II Double Eagle enjoys balanced, entirely unencumbered surfaces. Delicately muted mint frost is wonderfully completed by absolutely

Lot: 296 - $20.00 Gold 1876-S PCGS AU58

$20.00 Gold 1876-S PCGS AU58 and clearly of premium quality for the grade. The surfaces are well balanced for this Type II design, and we regularly see lesser examples certified within the Mint State grade range. Est. $1450.

Lot: 297 - $20.00 Gold 1890-CC PCGS AU55

$20.00 Gold 1890-CC PCGS AU55 and exhibiting plenty of upgrade potential. Rich orange-golden fields and design features retain an abundance of icy-satin mint bloom. The overall surface quality furthermore, distinguishes this very scarce Carson City

Lot: 298 - $1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1903 Louisiana Purchase

$1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1903 Louisiana Purchase Jefferson, PCGS MS66+. The strike, surface quality, and visual appeal easily warrant the lofty assigned grade. Moreover, the incremental difference in value from MS66 (Greysheet=$1400) to MS67

Lot: 299 - 1997 Commemorative Jackie Robinson 3-piece

1997 Commemorative Jackie Robinson 3-piece "Legacy" Set. This popular set contains a Gem Br Proof $5.00 gold piece, baseball card, and patch in the original wooden box of issue. The outer cardboard box reveals only light problems. The Redbook value

Lot: 300 - $10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-P Los Angeles

$10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-P Los Angeles Olympics. PCGS PF69 Deep Cameo. Only 33,309 were struck. Est. $650.

Lot: 301 - $10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-D Los Angeles

$10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-D Los Angeles Olympics. PCGS PF68 Deep Cameo. One of 34,533 minted. Est. $650

Lot: 302 - $10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-S Los Angeles

$10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-S Los Angeles Olympics. PCGS PF69 Deep Cameo. A total of 48,551 were coined. Est. $650.

Lot: 303 - $10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-W Los Angeles

$10.00 Gold Commemorative. 1984-W Los Angeles Olympics. PCGS PF69 Deep Cameo. Est. $650.

Lot: 304 - 2007 First Spouse Series $10.00 Gold- Martha

2007 First Spouse Series $10.00 Gold- Martha Washington. Gem Br. Proof and housed in its original U.S. Mint box of issue. Struck in .9999 fine gold and containing exactly 1/2 ounce AGW. Est. $650.

Lot: 305 - 2007 First Spouse Series $10.00 Gold- Martha

2007 First Spouse Series $10.00 Gold- Martha Washington. Another specimen. Gem Br. Proof and housed in its original U.S. Mint box of issue. Struck in .9999 fine gold and containing exactly 1/2 ounce AGW. Est. $650.

Lot: 306 - 2007 First Spouse Series $10.00 Gold- Martha

2007 First Spouse Series $10.00 Gold- Martha Washington. A Third specimen. Gem Br. Proof and housed in its original U.S. Mint box of issue. Struck in .9999 fine gold and containing exactly 1/2 ounce AGW. Est. $650.

Lot: 307 - Gold 1981 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Willa Cather

Gold 1981 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Willa Cather (.5000 oz AGW). Gem BU. The half ounce-sized medals generally proved to be even less popular than the one ounce pieces. Thus, although 200,000 of these Cather medals were struck, just 97,331 pieces

Lot: 308 - Gold 1982 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Frank Lloyd

Gold 1982 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Frank Lloyd Wright (.5000 oz AGW). Gem BU and one of only two half ounce issues that enjoyed a large degree of popularity (the other being the 1980 Marian Anderson. Est. $650.

Lot: 309 - Gold 1983 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Alexander

Gold 1983 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Alexander Calder (.5000 oz AGW). Gem BU and one of 75,571 such pieces sold. Est. $650.

Lot: 310 - Gold 1984 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. John Steinbeck

Gold 1984 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. John Steinbeck (.5000 oz AGW). Gem BU. The final year of the series and enjoying the lowest total sales figures of any medal regardless of size. Only 32,572 pieces were sold and worthy of a premium. Est. $725.

Lot: 311 - Gold 1981 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Mark Twain

Gold 1981 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Mark Twain (1.000 oz AGW). Gem BU and part of a 10 medal American Arts Commemorative Series that was in part struck as an American bullion alternative to the then very popular Krugerrand. Although these medals

Lot: 312 - Gold 1982 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Louis Armstrong

Gold 1982 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Louis Armstrong (1.000 oz AGW). Gem BU and one of 409,098 such pieces sold. Est. $1275.

Lot: 313 - Gold 1983 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Robert Frost

Gold 1983 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Robert Frost (1.000 oz AGW). Gem BU and one of 390,699 such medals sold. Est. $1275.

Lot: 314 - Gold 1984 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Helen Hayes

Gold 1984 U.S. Mint Art Medallion. Helen Hayes (1.000 oz AGW). Gem BU and one of the scarcest medals in the series. By this time, interest was clearly waning and just 35,000 such medals were struck of which 33,546 were sold. Worthy of a premium. Est.

Lot: 315 - A complete set of Uncirculated Silver Eagles

A complete set of Uncirculated Silver Eagles (1986-2016) comprised of one coin of each date mounted in a custom Dansco Album. This set includes the scarcer 1986, 1994, 1995, and 1996 issues. All range in grade from Very Choice to Gem BU. A total of

Lot: 316 - A second complete set of Uncirculated Silver

A second complete set of Uncirculated Silver Eagles (1986-2016) and quite similar to the prior lot. All coins range in grade from Very Ch BU to Gem BU and are mounted in the custom Dansco album. A total of 31 coins. Est. $725.

Lot: 317 - A partial set of Uncirculated Silver Eagles

A partial set of Uncirculated Silver Eagles comprised of: 1986, 1987, 1988, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016. All range in grade from Ch BU to Gem BU. A few show light toning. The 1996 is particularly scarcer. A total

Lot: 318 - Quintet of Different Date One Ounce Silver Eagles

A Quintet of Different Date One Ounce Silver Eagles: 1986, 1988, 2003, 2006, 2008. All are in the Very Ch BU to Gem BU grade range. The 1988 is bathed in rich iridescent toning on either side. A total of 5 coins. Est. $115.

Lot: 319 - Better date Silver Eagles

Better date Silver Eagles as follows: 1986 (4), 1995 (7). All are in the Ch BU to Gem BU grade range, and all are worthy of a premium above that of any common date. A total of 11 coins. Est. $300.

Lot: 320 - A Half Roll of 1987 One Ounce Silver Eagles

A Half Roll of 1987 One Ounce Silver Eagles. All grade in the Very Ch BU to Gem BU range, and most display areas of russet and/or golden iridescent toning near the peripheries. A total of 10 coins. Est. $230

Lot: 321 - A partial roll of Silver Eagles

A partial roll of Silver Eagles, the dates of which are as follows: 1987 (4), 1988 (9), 1989, 1997, 2004, 2010. The grades range from BU+ to Gem BU with the vast majority being at the higher end of that range. A total of 17 coins. Est. $360.

Lot: 322 - Better date Silver Eagles

A partial roll of scarce 1994 Silver Eagles (14). All are in the Ch BU to Gem BU grade range. Some display light toning. A total of 14 coins, and among the lowest mintage business strike dates within this series. Est. $450.

Lot: 323 - A certified Silver Eagle Duo

A certified Silver Eagle Duo: 2010 NGC MS69 Early Release; 2011-(S) PCGS MS69 First Strike. A total of 2 coins. Est. $50

Lot: 324 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Grand

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Grand Canyon. NGC MS69 and ever so close to absolute perfection. Only 25,967 Mint State examples of this issue were produced. Est. $160.

Lot: 325 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Grand

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Grand Canyon. NGC MS68. An assertive silver-white specimen. One of 25,967 Mint State pieces minted. Est. $140.

Lot: 326 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Hot

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Hot Springs. NGC MS69. This virtually flawless Gem is sure to please. Only 26,788 Mint State examples were coined. Est. $160

Lot: 327 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Hot

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Hot Springs. NGC MS67 and an entirely appealing specimen. One of 26,788 such Mint States coins struck. Est. $135.

Lot: 328 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Mount

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Mount Hood. NGC MS 68. Sharp and quite pleasing. One of 26,637 Mint State examples struck. Est. $140.

Lot: 329 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Mount

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Mount Hood. NGC MS67. Wonderfully vibrant and particularly compelling for the grade. One of 26,637 Mint State examples minted. Est. $135.

Lot: 330 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver,

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Yellowstone. NGC MS69 and essentially perfect in every respect. Only 26,711 such Mint State specimens were coined. Est. $165.

Lot: 331 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver,

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Yellowstone. NGC MS68 and a bold, blast-white example. One of 26,711 Mint State pieces struck. Est. $140

Lot: 332 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Yosemite.

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Yosemite. NGC MS69 and a superb, virtually flawless jewel. One of 26,716 Mint State specimens struck. Est. $160

Lot: 333 - 2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Yosemite.

2010 America The Beautiful 5oz. Silver, Yosemite. NGC MS68PL. Vibrant, semi-reflective, and wholly appealing. One of 26,716 Mint State examples coined. Est. $160.

Lot: 334 - set of JMC (Johnson Matthey) poured silver bars

An unusual set of JMC (Johnson Matthey) poured silver bars. This set contains a 3 oz, 4 oz, 5 oz, 7 oz, and 10 oz bar. All bear a JMC and Maple Leaf stamp, and indicate the weight and fineness (.999+). A total of 5 bars, mounted in a heavy lucite

Lot: 335 - A Half Dozen One Ounce Silver Rounds

A Half Dozen One Ounce Silver Rounds. All are marked .999 Fine. A total 6 pieces. Est. $115.

Lot: 336 - A Starter Collection of PCGS Certified Modern

A Starter Collection of PCGS Certified Modern Commemorative Half Dollars containing: 1982 Washington MS68; 1993 World War II MS69; 1994 World Cup PF69 DC; 1995 Basketball PF69 DC; 1995 Baseball PF69 DC; 1995 Civil War MS69; 2001 Capitol Visitors

Lot: 337 - A pair of "Artist Edition" PCGS certified Silver

A pair of "Artist Edition" PCGS certified Silver Bicentennial coins: 25c 1976-S 40% Silver. The insert signed by reverse coin designer Jack L. Ahr; 50c 1976-S 40% Silver. The insert signed by reverse coin designer Seth G. Huntington. Both are graded

Lot: 338 - A trio of PCGS certified U.S. Proof Sets

A trio of PCGS certified U.S. Proof Sets: 1984, 1990, 1991. All are 5-pc proof sets, and each coin is individually certified PF69 Deep Cameo. A total of 15 coins. Est. $80.

Lot: 339 - An individually certified 2005 eleven piece Silver

An individually certified 2005 eleven piece Silver U.S. Proof Set. Every coin is graded PCGS PF69 Deep Cameo and is individually certified. A total of 11 coins. Est. $65.

Lot: 340 - A partial NGC certified 2006-S Silver Proof Set

A partial NGC certified 2006-S Silver Proof Set containing the 1c, 5c, 10c, 3 Different 25c, and the 50c. All are graded PF69 UC. A total of 7 coins. Est. $50.

Lot: 341 - Nine NGC certified PF70 Deep Cameo Silver

Nine NGC certified PF70 Deep Cameo Silver Statehood/Territorial Quarters. Included are 2006 (3) and 2009 (6 Different). A total of 9 pieces with nearly no duplication. Est. $50.

Lot: 342 - The remainder of the NGC certified Statehood

The remainder of the NGC certified Statehood Quarters: 1999-S Connecticut PF69 UD; 1999-S Georgia PF69 UC; 2001-P New York MS66W; 2001-P North Carolina MS66W; 2001-D North Carolina MS66W. A total of 5 pieces. Est. $25.

Lot: 343 - A dozen consecutively dated NGC Certified Proof

A dozen consecutively dated NGC Certified Proof Kennedy Half Dollars (1978-1990) but for 1982. All are graded NGC PF69 UC. A total of 12 coins. Est. $65.

Lot: 344 - A septet of Old Holder PCGS certified proof

A septet of Old Holder PCGS certified proof Kennedy Half Dollars as follows: 1969-S PF67 DC, 1972-S PF68 DC, 1976-S Silver PR68 DC, 1977-S PF69 DC, 1979-S Ty II PF69 DC, 1980-S PF69 DC, 1991 PR69 DC. All are in old green label holders, thus close

Lot: 345 - A Full Set of PCGS Certified Proof Eisenhower

A Full Set of PCGS Certified Proof Eisenhower Dollars (1971-1978), both in copper-nickel and 40% Silver. This set includes both the Type I and Type II copper-nickel Bicentennial proofs. All are graded PR67 Deep Cameo and are housed in old green

Lot: 346 - A Quintet of All Different PCGS Certified

A Quintet of All Different PCGS Certified Copper-Nickel Proof Eisenhower Dollars: 1973-S, 1976-S Type I, 1976-S Type II, 1977-S, 1978-S. All are PCGS PF69 Deep Cameo. A total of 5 coins. Est. $25.

Lot: 347 - Certified Susan B. Anthony and Sacagawea Dollars

Certified Susan B. Anthony and Sacagawea Dollars as follows: 1999-P PCGS PF69DC; 2000-P NGC MS68; 2001-P NGC MS68; 2001-S NGC PF69UC; 2002-P PCGS MS68; 2003-S PCGS PF69DC; 2005-S NGC PF70UC; 2005-S PCGS PR69DC; 2006-S NGC PR70UC. A total of 9 coins.

Lot: 348 - A proof set and 40% silver Ike Dollar restocking

A proof set and 40% silver Ike Dollar restocking lot. Proof Sets: 1968 (2), 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1976 (3). Silver Ike Dollars: 1971 Blue (3), 1971 Brown (3), 1972 Brown. A total of 16 items, all in their original U.S. Mint packaging. Est. $115.

Lot: 349 - U.S. Premier Silver Proof Sets

U.S. Premier Silver Proof Sets: 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998. All are wonderfully fresh and in the original boxes of issue. A total of 7 sets. Est. $180.

Lot: 350 - Consecutively Dated U.S. Silver Proof Sets (1992

Consecutively Dated U.S. Silver Proof Sets (1992 through 1998). All are fresh and in the original boxes of issue. A total of 7 sets. Est. $150.

Lot: 351 - Later Date U.S. Silver Proof Sets

Later Date U.S. Silver Proof Sets: 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006. Another fresh grouping in the original boxes of issue. A total of 7 sets. Est. $240

Lot: 352 - U.S. Silver Proof Sets

U.S. Silver Proof Sets: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015. All are complete, fresh sets in the original boxes of issue. A total of 6 sets. Est. $225.

Lot: 353 - A U.S. Proof Set Sextet

A U.S. Proof Set Sextet: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015. All are fresh and in the original boxes. A total of 6 sets. Est. $140.

Lot: 354 - U.S. Mint 2012 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set.

U.S. Mint 2012 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set. This handsome 8-piece set retains its original box and papers. Records indicate that only 44,952 such sets were produced. The Grey Sheet Bid value of this scarce issue is $190. Est. $175.

Lot: 355 - 2012 U.S. Silver Proof Set

2012 U.S. Silver Proof Set. The key issue to the silver proof set series by a wide margin, this fresh set is complete with the original box and papers. Est. $180.

Lot: 356 - 2012 U.S. Proof Set

2012 U.S. Proof Set. A pristine set in the original box. Scarce. Est. $90.

Lot: 357 - U.S. Mint Sets and Special Mint Sets

An assemblage of U.S. Mint Sets and Special Mint Sets as follows: 1964, 1965 SMS, 1966 SMS, 1967 SMS (2), 1968 (2), 1969, 1971, 1973 (2). A total of 11 sets, all in their original envelopes or boxes of issue. Est. $85.

Lot: 358 - An assortment of mostly U.S. Mint products

An assortment of mostly U.S. Mint products: 1987 Prestige Set; $1.00 1999-P Susan B. Anthony Proof; 1981-PDS Susan B. Anthony BU $1.00's; 50c 1986 Washington silver BU and Proof; Canada 1998 Silver Maple Leaf with the 90th Anniversary privy mark. A

Lot: 359 - An interesting melange of medals, tokens, and more

An interesting melange of medals, tokens, and more containing: 1961 John F. Kennedy Gold Medal of unknown fineness, 25mm. Uncirculated with a rim nick; Franklin Mint Collectors Society Membership Medals, 1975 and 1976; 1933 Ford "Thirty Years of

Lot: 360 - 2-piece set of Gallery Mint 1804 Silver Dollar

An impressive 2-piece set of Gallery Mint 1804 Silver Dollar reproductions. Gem Br Proof and Gem Br Unc mounted in a custom Gallery Mint Museum box. The word "COPY" is stamped on the reverse shield of each. A total of 2 coins. Est. $50

Lot: 361 - Franklin Mint Presidential Mini-Coin Set

Franklin Mint Presidential Mini-Coin Set. First Edition in Sterling Silver. 36 pieces, Washington through Nixon. In the original packaging with magnifying glass and papers. Est. $30.

Lot: 362 - A pair of Danbury Mint 10 Karat Gold Medallets

A pair of Danbury Mint 10 Karat Gold Medallets commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the first solo flight by Charles Lindbergh. Each medallet contains 45 grains of 10 karat gold (a total of .0781 oz AGW for the pair). Both with their original

Lot: 363 - An assortment of sets and medals

An assortment of sets and medals containing: 1) 2002 Fifty State Quarters and Euro Coin Collection. In the original U.S. Mint packaging. 2) United States National Community Service Commemorative Coin and Stamp Set. In the original U.S. Mint

Lot: 364 - An assortment of partial folders of Indian Cents

An assortment of partial folders of Indian Cents (2), Lincoln Cents (3), Buffalo Nickels, and Jefferson Nickels (2). The highlight appears to be an 1870 Cent grading VF or better with corrosion. One of the Indian Cent folders contains many duplicates

Lot: 365 - Buffaloes, Indians, Seated Liberty Dimes and more

Buffaloes, Indians, Seated Liberty Dimes and more. Indian Cents: 1870, 1883, 1886, 1894, 1909 plus ten others, all Good to Very Good. Twenty-four Cull to About Good Indian Cents; Liberty Nickels: 1905, 1909, 1910, 1911 Good or so; Buffalo Nickels:

Lot: 366 - A set of P and D Statehood Quarter business

A set of P and D Statehood Quarter business strikes (100) plus ten additional non-silver quarters. Also included is a set of 2009 Territory Quarters (24 coins including the copper-nickel and silver proofs). All in albums. A total of 134 coins (128

Lot: 367 - A small lot of U.S. promotional sets plus some

A small lot of U.S. promotional sets plus some additional 90% silver half dollars. The most numismatic item in the lot is a 5-pc small cent set containing a large cent, flying eagle, and Indian cent. There is a total of $6.70 face value in 90% silver




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