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Auctioneer Mitchell Auctions 516-442-0182
Auction Date Jul 28 Auction
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Lot: 1 - Thessaly, Larissa. Silver Drachm, c.380-350 BC

Thessaly, Larissa. Silver Drachm, c.380-350 BC (6.08 grams). NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5. This handsome example displays the nymph Larissa slightly facing left on the obverse; a mare and foal standing right are shown on the reverse. Delicately

Lot: 2 - Thrace, Byzantium. Silver Tetradrachm, c.240-220

Thrace, Byzantium. Silver Tetradrachm, c.240-220 BC (13.22 grams). Meniskos, magistrate. NGC XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5, Fine Style. Evenly struck and nicely centered, this medium grey example is quite pleasing to the eye. The obverse depicts a

Lot: 3 - Rome, Imperatorial. Marc Antony & Lucius Antony

Rome, Imperatorial. Marc Antony & Lucius Antony Silver Denarius, 41 BC (3.39 grams). M. Cocceius Nerva, proquaestor. NGC VF, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5, bankers marks. Some shallow bankers marks are largely concealed within the portrait of Lucius.
Lot: 4 - Rome, Empire. Antoninus Pius Silver Denarius

Rome, Empire. Antoninus Pius Silver Denarius (138-161 AD). Posthumous Issue struck under Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus. NGC AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5. The reverse depicts an eagle atop a garlanded altar. This handsome, well centered,

Lot: 5 - Anguilla July 1967 Liberty Dollar Counterstamp

Anguilla July 1967 Liberty Dollar Counterstamp (KM-X#3) on a 1926 Peru Sol (KM-218.1). PCGS AU53 and a wholesome, defect-free example of this interesting issue. Est. $160.

Lot: 6 - Australia 1915-S Gold 1/2 Sovereign

Australia 1915-S Gold 1/2 Sovereign (.1177 oz AGW). The look of this specimen is that of a richly lustrous Choice BU. Close scrutiny however, uncovers the presence of an ever so subtle hairline hidden at the central obverse. Est. $160.

Lot: 7 - Australia 1990 Gold 1/10 oz Kangaroo

Australia 1990 Gold 1/10 oz Kangaroo. Ch BU. The obverse bears a portrait of Elizabeth II; the reverse a Red Kangaroo. Est. $130.

Lot: 8 - Austria Franz Joseph (1848-1916) Golden Jubilee

A Splendid Austria Franz Joseph (1848-1916) Golden Jubilee of Reign Silver Medal, 1898 (62 mm). Hallmarked on the edge 'CW' ; this being the work of famed Austrian artist Carl Waschmann (1848-1905). AU or thereabouts, and with a subtle reverse edge

Lot: 9 - Octet of Larger World Silver Coins

An Octet of Larger World Silver Coins plus one copper-nickel coin as follows: Austria "1780" Maria Theresa Thaler Proof Restrike (.7468 oz ASW); Bahamas 1973 $10 Proof (1.470 oz ASW); Bermuda 1964 BU (.3613 oz ASW); Two pieces Panama 1970 5 Balboas

Lot: 10 - Boxed Silver World Coin Foursome

A Modern Boxed Silver World Coin Foursome containing: Bahamas 1974 Two Dollar Proof (.8805 oz ASW). Unevenly toned; 1975 Ten Dollar Proof (1.4508 oz ASW). One of 63,000 pieces struck; Isle of Man 1974 Crown Proof. Winston Churchill Centenary (.8356

Lot: 11 - Canadian Silver Half Dollars (71) and Australian

Canadian Silver Half Dollars (71) and Australian Silver Florins (12). The half dollars (.2981 oz ASW per coin) are all dated in the 1950's and 1960's including two dozen BU 1966-dated coins. The florins (.3342 oz ASW per coin) are all dated from 1941

Lot: 12 - September 11, 2001 World Trade Center Ground Zero

A September 11, 2001 World Trade Center Ground Zero Recovery Certified One Ounce 1989 Canada Silver $5.00 Maple Leaf. This historic coin is graded PCGS Gem Uncirculated, and the insert notes its 911 significance. The surfaces reveal some light

Lot: 13 - Canada $5.00 1985 1/10 oz Gold Maple Leaf

Canada $5.00 1985 1/10 oz Gold Maple Leaf. Very Ch BU and still sealed in its original vinyl holder of issue. We spy a couple of tiny copper spots, otherwise a full Gem grading would be warranted. Est. $130.

Lot: 14 - Hoard of 1965 Canada Prooflike Sets

A Hoard of 1965 Canada Prooflike Sets. These sets contain the 1c through $1.00 and are all in their original soft-packs and envelopes of issue. There is 1.11 oz ASW in each set. A total of 50 sets containing a cumulative 55.5 oz ASW. Est. $850.

Lot: 15 - World Silver Coinage

A Small Cache of World Silver Coinage, most of which is either Canadian or Mexican. The balance of the material is from Austria, The Bahamas, Cuba, Germany, Great Britain, and Panama. We calculate the cumulative ASW at nearly 16.2 ozs. A nice mix of

Lot: 16 - Costa Rica 1900 Gold 2 Colones

Costa Rica 1900 Gold 2 Colones. PCGS MS64. The PCGS holder incorrectly shows the date as 1916! Orange-golden surfaces are immersed in wonderfully rich velvet-satin mint lustre. Quite Choice for this exposed, vulnerable design and scarce at this

Lot: 17 - Costa Rica 1928 Gold 2 Colones

Costa Rica 1928 Gold 2 Colones. NGC MS65 and pedigreed to the Richard Stuart Collection on the NGC insert. This deep velvet, yellow-golden example is wholly honest and retains all of its original "skin". Scarce this nice, and one of only 25,000

Lot: 18 - Denmark. 1908 VBP Gold 10 Kroner

Denmark. 1908 VBP Gold 10 Kroner. PCGS MS64. Orange-golden surfaces are sharp and quite fresh. Est. $200.

Lot: 19 - France Jean II Le Bon (1350-1364) Gold Ecu

France Jean II Le Bon (1350-1364) Gold Ecu d'Or a la Chaise, Fr-276. NGC XF40 (4.50 grams). Areas of subtle coppery toning accent a rather even strike for the issue, as this design seems to routinely be plagued by striking anomalies. The surfaces are

Lot: 20 - France Charles V le Sage (1364-1380) Gold Franc a

France Charles V le Sage (1364-1380) Gold Franc a Pied, Fr-284. NGC AU Details, Removed From Jewelry (3.70 grams). There is a trace of mount removal at 12:00 on the obverse, however the degree of definition remains bold. The arm's length appeal

Lot: 21 - France Charles VI (1380-1422) Gold Ecu d'Or a la

France Charles VI (1380-1422) Gold Ecu d'Or a la Couronne, Fr-291. NGC AU Details, Cleaned (3.94 grams). Though gently cleaned on either side, this assertive specimen still offers a satisfying overall presentation. Seldom encountered and a

Lot: 22 - France Louis XII (1498-1515) Gold Ecu d'Or au

France Louis XII (1498-1515) Gold Ecu d'Or au Porc-Epic, Fr-325. NGC AU50 (3.34 grams). Here is a nicely centered, wholly honest example that still retains more than its fair share of frosty mint lustre. A pleasing combination of quality and

Lot: 23 - France Francois I (1515-1547) Gold Ecu d'Or au

France Francois I (1515-1547) Gold Ecu d'Or au Soleil, Fr-345. NGC AU Details, Scratches (3.35 grams). Some old shallow obverse scratches are best viewed with a glass, and were probably the result of a misguided effort to remove some deposits that

Lot: 24 - French Bronze Medal of Louis XIIII dated 1660

A Large French Bronze Medal of Louis XIIII dated 1660. The obverse bears a portrait of the king with the legend ". LVD . XIIII . D . G . FR . ET . NAV . REX ." ; the reverse a radiant sun above a country landscape with the legend "FOECVNDIS . IGNIBVS

Lot: 25 - Le Chameau Shipwreck France 1724-K (Bordeaux)

A Lovely Le Chameau Shipwreck France 1724-K (Bordeaux) Gold Louis d'Or Mirliton aux Palmes Longue. NGC UNC Details, Cleaned. Though evident that this handsome example came from the historic Le Chameau wreck, the surfaces are surprisingly balanced and

Lot: 26 - Silver Ecu from the Wreck of Le Dromadaire

A Treasure Silver Ecu from the Wreck of Le Dromadaire. France 1748-K Silver Ecu. Bordeaux Mint, KM-512.11, Dav-1331. NGC GENUINE and indicating its pedigree to the La Dramadaire (sic) on the NGC insert. A porous, pale silvery-grey Fine in terms of

Lot: 27 - France 1813-A Gold 20 Francs

France 1813-A Gold 20 Francs (.1867 oz AGW). Abt. EF with significant retained mint frost in the protected areas of the design. A small planchet flaw in the left obverse field and a trivial obverse rim bump at 4:00 are mentioned for full disclosure.

Lot: 28 - France 1825-A Gold 20 Francs

France 1825-A Gold 20 Francs (.1867 oz AGW). VF/EF. Orange-golden color is a bit overly pale, however traces of retained mint frost still cling to the protected areas of the design. Est. $260.

Lot: 29 - France 1913-A Gold 100 Francs

France 1913-A Gold 100 Francs (.9335 oz AGW). A solid AU with respect to wear, however rim marks are noted at both 11:00 on the obverse and 2:00 on the reverse. One of only 30,000 pieces struck of this date. Est. $1175.

Lot: 30 - German States, Bavaria. 1756 Thaler

German States, Bavaria. 1756 Thaler, Fine. Honest light to medium russet-grey surfaces show some mild adjustment marks at the lower reverse. A popular issue due to its age, size, and affordability. Est. $75.

Lot: 31 - German States, Bavaria. 1816 Thaler

German States, Bavaria. 1816 Thaler, Very Fine. Light grey surfaces show golden highlights within the devices. An affordable example of this seldom encountered issue. Est. $70.

Lot: 32 - German States, Saxony. 1593-HB Thaler

German States, Saxony. 1593-HB Thaler, Dav-9820. PCGS XF40. Evenly struck and toned a balanced medium grey on both the obverse and reverse. The obverse design of this well known "Three Brothers" thaler features Christian II, Johann Georg, and August.

Lot: 33 - German States, Saxony. 1593-HB Thaler

German States, Saxony. 1593-HB Thaler, Dav-9820. PCGS XF Detail, Tooled. Here is a second "Three Brothers" thaler. We see two small areas of well executed obverse field tooling between the beading and each flanking brother, thus the PCGS qualifier.

Lot: 34 - Germany 1932-F Silver 3 Reichsmark

Germany 1932-F Silver 3 Reichsmark (KM-76). NGC MS61. Icy-white surfaces are free of any particularly distracting imperfections. Only 40,000 pieces were struck of this issue, and it enjoys a very high catalogue value as compared to our estimate. Est.

Lot: 35 - England 1697 Sixpence

England 1697 Sixpence. Third Bust, Large Crowns. NGC MS66 and THE SINGLE FINEST GRADED EXAMPLE of this issue at NGC (it is tied with one other MS66 graded by PCGS). This glorious, pristine jewel is unreasonably lovely for a coin of this period. In

Lot: 36 - England 1697 Sixpence

England 1697 Sixpence. Third Bust, Small Crowns. NGC MS64+ and exhibiting the visual countenance of a spectacular full Gem. This splendid specimen features semi-reflective fields, bold hair curl detail, and wonderfully compelling emerald-golden

Lot: 37 - England 1700 Sixpence.

England 1700 Sixpence. NGC MS64. The surfaces and color of this noteworthy Near Gem are as honest as the day is long. Underlying lustre and a bold strike remain readily evident beneath shades of olive and lavender-grey. This example is tied with

Lot: 38 - England, House of Stuart. Charles I (1625-1649)

England, House of Stuart. Charles I (1625-1649) Halfcrown, S-2780. Tower Mint under Parliament (1645-1646). VF or even a bit better from a technical standpoint. The strike is uneven as is the norm for this issue, and bright silver surfaces display

Lot: 39 - England 1700 Halfcrown,

England 1700 Halfcrown, DVO DECIMO. NGC MS64+ and a simply splendid borderline Gem. A swathe of rich olive-green and lavender-grey toning is accented by wispy hints of gold and subtle blue iridescence. We spy a few well concealed light marks beneath

Lot: 40 - Great Britain 1746 Halfcrown

Great Britain 1746 Halfcrown, LIMA below bust (S-3695A). PCGS VF35. This pleasant medium grey Charles II halfcrown displays nice even wear. Two theories have been advanced as to the significance of the word LIMA placed on the obverse of such coins.

Lot: 41 - Middlesex Halfpenny Token

Great Britain circa 1795 "Am I Not a Man and a Brother" Middlesex Halfpenny Token (D&H 1037A). VF or better with respect to wear, however the surfaces show porosity, and there are some old inconspicuous pinscratches in the upper reverse field.

Lot: 42 - Great Britain. 1900 Florin

Great Britain. 1900 Florin (S-3939), PCGS MS64+. Here is a lovely Near Gem that features rich emerald, lavender-grey, and deep golden iridescent toning on either side. The underlying strike is ever so sharp and the eye appeal quite compelling. Est.

Lot: 43 - Great Britain. 1925 Gold Sovereign

Great Britain. 1925 Gold Sovereign (.2354 oz AGW). PCGS MS64 and entirely aglow in warm, orange-golden satin-like radiance. Est. $320.

Lot: 44 - British Commonwealth Silver Coinage Trio

A British Commonwealth Silver Coinage Trio containing: Newfoundland 20c 1894 F/VF; Newfoundland 20c 1899 About VF; Straights Settlement 50c 1898 F/VF in terms of wear. Close examination uncovers a faint obverse hairline scratch on Victoria's neck. A

Lot: 45 - Guatemala 1859-R Gold Peso

Guatemala 1859-R Gold Peso (KM-179). A solid AU or better example with more than ample retained mint frost. Sharp, appealing, and quite scarce, as this gold denomination was struck for only two years. Est. 170.

Lot: 46 - Guatemala 1894 Silver Peso

Guatemala 1894 Silver Peso. NGC MS65 and a vibrant, truly lovely specimen for its assigned grade. Rolling silk-like radiance accompanies a wonderfully assertive strike, especially in light of the depth of the central design on each side of this type.

Lot: 47 - Ireland 1766 Halfpenny

Ireland 1766 Halfpenny, NGC MS62 BN. Handsome medium brown surfaces are bold and balanced. An elusive two year "short bust" type coin that enjoys a high catalogue value within the Mint State condition range. Est. $360.

Lot: 48 - Ireland 1769 Halfpenny

Ireland 1769 Halfpenny, S-6613. NGC XF45 and a lightly worn, medium chocolate-brown example of this scarce George III "long bust" one year type coin. This is the second finest of only four such coins graded by NGC. Est. $170.

Lot: 49 - Ireland 1782 Halfpenny

Ireland 1782 Halfpenny. NGC AU53 BN. Balanced Chestnut-brown surfaces easily warrant the designated grade. Nicely struck and defect-free. Est. $180.

Lot: 50 - Hoard of Irish Eight-Piece Specimen Sets

A Highly Unusual Hoard of Irish Eight-Piece Specimen Sets. Each set in this distinctive lot is housed in a green vinyl "Coins of Ireland" holder and contains the Farthing, Halfpenny, Penny, Threepence, Sixpence, Shilling, Florin, and Halfcrown. We

Lot: 51 - Israel 1978 Gold 1000 Lirot

Israel 1978 Gold 1000 Lirot (KM-93). PCGS PR67 DCAM (.3472 oz AGW). Struck to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Israeli Independence. Est. $450.

Lot: 52 - Italian States, Tuscany. 1846 Paolo

Italian States, Tuscany. 1846 Paolo, PCGS MS62. Rich olive toning is a bit lighter on the reverse. This issue almost never surfaces in the Mint State grade range. In fact, the standard catalogue does not assign values for this scarce type (let only

Lot: 53 - Japan (1832-1858) Tempo 2 Shu

Japan (1832-1858) Tempo 2 Shu (Nishu Gin). KM-C#18 (1.62 grams) and struck in an alloy containing .298 fine gold and .702 fine silver. Ch AU and ever so close to a Mint State distinction. This coin and the piece immediately following, though

Lot: 54 - Japan (1832-1858) Tempo 2 Shu

Japan (1832-1858) Tempo 2 Shu (Nishu Gin). A second example of this issue. KM-C#18 (1.62 grams)and struck in an alloy containing .298 fine gold and .702 fine silver. About Uncirculated and an affordable historical relic in light of its curious

Lot: 55 - Japan (1859-1868) Silver Ansei Bu

Japan (1859-1868) Silver Ansei Bu (Ichibu). KM-C#16a (8.8 grams) Essentially Mint State and a wholesome, entirely original example. Est. $30.

Lot: 56 - Luxembourg 1953 Gold Medallic 20 Francs

Luxembourg 1953 Gold Medallic 20 Francs (KM-X#M1). PCGS MS67 (.1867 oz AGW). Struck to commemorate the marriage of Josephine Charlotte and Jean. Tied with two others for finest graded at PCGS. Est. $300.

Lot: 57 - Mexico Highly unusual boot-shaped Cob 8 Reales

Mexico Philip V (1683-1746). A highly unusual boot-shaped Cob 8 Reales (26.0 grams), Mexico City, Assayer L (Martin Lopez). This assayer was only active on Philip V 8 reales from 1702 to 1705. The shape does indeed resemble a boot, and there is a

Lot: 58 - Mexico 1768-Mo MF 8 Reales

Mexico 1768-Mo MF 8 Reales (Calico -908). PCGS Fine-12 and an evenly worn, well balanced light to medium grey early Spanish colonial coin. An affordable example of this popular type. Est. $180.

Lot: 59 - Mexico 1772-Mo FM Gold Escudo

Mexico 1772-Mo FM Gold Escudo (.0980 oz AGW). F/VF with respect to wear, however there are three short digs on the obverse. Scarce nonetheless and remarkably affordable for a coin of this date range and design. Est. $160.

Lot: 60 - Mexico 1945 Gold 2 Pesos

Mexico 1945 Gold 2 Pesos (.0482 oz AGW). Gem BU and a fully satiny example. Est. $65.

Lot: 61 - Netherlands, Gelderland. 1712 Silver Gulden

Netherlands, Gelderland. 1712 Silver Gulden. Abt VF as to wear, however there are some rough patches and areas of corrosion. The arm's length appeal of this medium grey example nonetheless is quite decent. Est. $70.

Lot: 62 - Netherlands, Holland 1780 Gold Ducat

Netherlands, Holland 1780 Gold Ducat (KM-12). AU or thereabouts with respect to wear, however there are some marks and waves noted on the planchet. A surprisingly affordable example of this classic 18th century gold coin. Est. $220.

Lot: 63 - Netherlands, Utrecht. 1800 Gold Ducat

Netherlands, Utrecht. 1800 Gold Ducat, KM-11.3. NGC AU50. Mint frost accents rich yellow-golden fields and design elements. A both pleasing and affordable early European gold coin. Est. $360.

Lot: 64 - Netherlands, Utrecht. 1803 Gold Ducat

Netherlands, Utrecht. 1803 Gold Ducat, KM-11.3. NGC AU55 and a second pleasing early Dutch gold coin. Here is a solid AU example that is balanced and appealing in every respect. Evenly struck surfaces retain their fair share of mint frost. Est. $360.

Lot: 65 - Panama 1976 Copper-Nickel 5 Balboas

A RARE Panama 1976 Copper-Nickel 5 Balboas Marked "LEY .925" (KM-40.1), NGC MS63. This highly unusual specimen indicates the composition as .925 silver, although it is actually struck in copper-nickel! Reflective surfaces exhibit wisps of delicate

Lot: 66 - Silver Panama 20 Balboa Pairing

A Silver Panama 20 Balboa Pairing. This lot contains Proof 20 Balboas of both 1973 and 1974. Each of these large coins is housed in its original box of issue, and each contains over 3.85 oz ASW (a total of over 7.7 oz ASW). Est. $120.

Lot: 67 - Peru 1803 LIMAE IJ 8 Reales

Peru 1803 LIMAE IJ 8 Reales, NGC MS63. Entirely bright, icy-white surfaces offer an abundance of frosty mint bloom. This example appears to have been skillfully "curated", as that would account for the lack of any degree of toning. A total of only 15

Lot: 68 - Poland 1980-MW Gold 2000 Zlotych

Poland 1980-MW Gold 2000 Zlotych (KM-Y#111). PCGS PR67 DCAM (.2315 oz AGW) and one of 5250 pieces struck of this Olympic ski jumper design. Est. $300.

Lot: 69 - Romania 1883-B Gold 20 Lei

Romania 1883-B Gold 20 Lei (KM-20). PCGS MS62. This bright orange-golden specimen exudes rich icy mint frost. Scarce and seldom encountered. Est. $475.

Lot: 70 - South Africa. 1983 One Ounce Gold Krugerrand

South Africa. 1983 One Ounce Gold Krugerrand. NGC MS68 and approaching perfection. The original owner of this coin clearly went to painstaking extremes in order to preserve the surfaces of this Superb Gem. NGC has graded only 8 pieces at this lofty

Lot: 71 - South Africa. 1983 One Ounce Gold Krugerrand

South Africa. 1983 One Ounce Gold Krugerrand. NGC MS68 and a twin to the prior lot. Although this issue is seen with regularity, rarely is it encountered at the quality level offered here. Est. $1300.

Lot: 72 - South African Proof Sets

South African Proof Sets as follows: 1964 Seven Piece Set, KM-PS60; 1970 Eight Piece Sets, KM-PS79 (7); 1971 Eight Piece Sets, KM-PS82 (8). All contain at least one silver coin, and all are housed in their original Mint boxes (some scuffing or light

Lot: 73 - Sudan AH 1404 (1984) Gold 100 Gin'eha

Sudan AH 1404 (1984) Gold 100 Gin'eha (Pounds). KM-93 (.2388 oz AGW). United Nations Decade For Women. Choice Br. Proof with deep cameo devices. One of a paltry 513 pieces struck. Est. $360.

Lot: 74 - Thailand Circa 1940's-1960's Mint Set

Thailand Circa 1940's-1960's Mint Set (KM-MS3). This handsome 30-coin Mint Set contains two coins each of the following: KM-Y #'s 60, 70, 72, 73, 78, 78a, 79, 79a, and 80-86. Housed in its custom blue velvet box (light damage at the hinges) and with

Lot: 75 - Viet Nam. Gold Tael

Viet Nam. Gold Tael (No Date). This interesting wafer-like ingot contains 15.3 grams of .999 fine gold. The legend reads "KIM-THANH Saigon-Hongkong-Hanoi-Pnompenh OR PUR". The first such piece we have handled in our auctions and essentially "as

Lot: 76 - Collection of World Coins

A Compelling Collection of World Coins housed in a Looseleaf Binder. It is very evident that the material in this binder has been intact for a very long time (perhaps 40 or more years). Nearly all of the coinage is from Panama (including 22 silver

Lot: 77 - World Coin Folders and Albums

World Coin Folders and Albums containing 19th and 20th century material from Canada, Great Britain, Newfoundland, and Switzerland. There is plenty of silver and better items throughout the albums, thus careful examination is certainly warranted in

Lot: 78 - Mostly Turn of the Century European Exposition

A Half Dozen Mostly Turn of the Century European Exposition Medals. This lot features four pieces dated 1898, three of which are either bronze or gilt bronze, and one of which is an enameled piece made for suspension (no ribbon). Also included is a

Lot: 79 - Lot of Promotional World Coins

An Excellent Lot of Promotional World Coins all of which are in custom packaging that provides historic context for the coin in question, and all but one of which is a copper-nickel crown. This grouping is certainly in the wheelhouse of any

Lot: 80 - Modern World Set Assortment

A Splendid Modern World Set Assortment plus a smattering of single coins: This lot includes sets (some proof and some BU) from Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, China, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Nepal, New Zealand, and Trinidad and Tobago. There is plenty of

Lot: 81 - World Silver Coins

A Small Stash of World Silver Coins of various sizes and finenesses (total weight= 16.88 Troy oz). This interesting lot contains material from all over the world, with the larger-sized coins being a Netherlands Antilles 1964 2 1/2 Gulden, a Bermuda

Lot: 82 - Dream Lot

A Junkman (or Junkwoman's) Dream Lot. This lot provides plenty of grist for the EBayer's or Flea Marketer's mill. The content is made up almost exclusively of Foreign Sets (a combination of proof, mint and specimen sets) and Crown-sized singles, as

Lot: 83 - Afghan Banknotes

Afghan Banknotes. Afghanistan 100 (P-58), 500 (P-60), and 1000 (P-61) Afghanis in quantities of 41 pieces, 37 pieces, and 54 pieces respectively comprise this lot. All are Very Ch to Gem BU, and all are individually housed in holders ready for retail

Lot: 84 - Group of British Armed Forces Banknote Partial

An Intriguing Group of British Armed Forces Banknote Partial Original Packs with approximate numbers of each note type as follows: 5 Pence P-M44 (38); 10 Pence P-M48 (260); 50 Pence P-M49 (88); 1 Pound P-M29 (88); 1 Pound P-M36 (88). All of the notes

Lot: 85 - British Armed Forces Special Vouchers, Australian

British Armed Forces Special Vouchers, Australian World Expo '88, Chinese Hell Banknotes. The British material includes One Pound (41) VF-EF; Five Pence (23) Choice to Gem CU; Ten Pence (22) Choice to Gem CU. The Australia World Expo notes are in

Lot: 86 - British and British Commonwealth Banknotes

A Selection of British and British Commonwealth Banknotes. Over one third of the notes are Canadian with Great Britain, Australia, Isle of Man, Bahamas, and Jamaica being among some of the other countries represented. The condition is mixed, and

Lot: 87 - World Currency. Canada 1954 $1000

World Currency. Canada 1954 $1000 (P-83d, BC-44D). PCGS 45PPQ and pedigreed to the Rickey Collection on the holder. This honest, fresh example is easily deserving of its assigned grading. Examples of this high denomination Canadian scarcity are few

Lot: 88 - Array of German Banknotes

A Noteworthy Array of German Banknotes, the dates of which range from 1904 through 1949. There are plenty of inflation-era notes as well as Allied Military notes in the mix. Many are less familiar pieces with higher catalogue values that are worthy

Lot: 89 - Hoard of Almost Exclusively German Banknotes

An Extensive Hoard of Almost Exclusively German Banknotes (we see a small number of Austrian Notgeld as well), the vast majority of which are circa 1920's. Although there is certainly quite a bit of duplication, there is an excellent mix of different

Lot: 90 - World War II Era Japanese Invasion Money

A Dealer Stock Lot of World War II Era Japanese Invasion Money. Every banknote is mounted in an individual holder and is ready for retail sale. This lot consists of quantities of six different types including: Burma 1/2, 1, 5, and 10 Rupee; Malaya 5

Lot: 91 - World Currency

World Currency. Russian Central Asia, Bukhara Soviet Peoples Republic. AH1338-1339 (1920) 10,000 Tengas, P-S1034. A handsome Ch VF example of this colorful, large format banknote. Scarce, quite collectible, and enjoying a high catalogue value

Lot: 92 - Assortment of Mostly European Banknotes

An Interesting Assortment of Mostly European Banknotes with a few North American and Russian pieces added to the mix. The vast majority are from the 1930's through 1960's, and many enjoy very high catalogue values. Only close examination will allow

Lot: 93 - World Banknote Inventory Stock

A World Banknote Inventory Stock Lot containing mostly South American, African, Asian, and Middle Eastern material. Most of the notes are from the 1960's through 1980's, though some fall on either side of that date range. The overall condition level

Lot: 94 - Choice to Gem CU Modern World Banknotes

An Excellent Assortment of Choice to Gem CU Modern World Banknotes. There is a variety of countries represented including Brazil, Cambodia, China, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Peru, Slovenia, Russia, Venezuela, and Yugoslavia. Nearly all of the notes

Lot: 95 - Hoard of Circulated World Banknotes

A Large Hoard of Circulated World Banknotes containing primarily material from Argentina, Brazil, British Armed Forces, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Germany, Peru, and Yugoslavia. There are many hundreds of notes in this lot (much more than we cared to

Lot: 96 - Mix of World Banknotes

A Cigar Box Containing a Nice Mix of World Banknotes. The contents of this box spans the globe with a number of the notes dating back into the early 1900's. There are quite a few pieces that are deserving of further research including a small

Lot: 97 - Stash of World Currency

A Curious Stash of World Currency with the heaviest concentration being German banknotes from the early 1900's. We count roughly 100 pieces in the lot, with many of the notes housed in album pages. Examination is essential to properly evaluate this

Lot: 98 - Vintage Streetcar and Passenger Railway Stocks and

An Instant Retail Inventory of Vintage Streetcar and Passenger Railway Stocks and Bonds. This splendid lot features and excellent selection of material from the late 1800's through the early 1900's. There is practically no duplication, and every item

Lot: 99 - Mostly 20th Century Railroad Bond and Share

A "Retail Ready" Album of Mostly 20th Century Railroad Bond and Share Certificates. Although we see a few pieces from the late 1800's, the majority of the material is dated in the early 1900's. There are also quite a number of pieces dated in the

Lot: 100 - Continental Currency $8.00 May 10, 1775

Continental Currency $8.00 May 10, 1775 (CC-8). A solid Fine, perhaps a trifle better. Both the wear pattern and coloration are pleasing for the assigned grade range. Est. $120.

Lot: 101 - Continental Currency $3.00

Continental Currency $3.00 November 29, 1775 (CC-13). Fine and displaying rather even overall coloration. The obverse arguably looks better than our grade implies. Est. $120.

Lot: 102 - Three Different Colonial Banknotes

Three Different Colonial Banknotes From Three Different Colonies: Connecticut 10 Shillings, December 3, 1775 (CT-191). Fair. Split in half, backed, and tape repaired; New Jersey 1 Shilling, March 25, 1776 (NJ-175). Good/VG. Some fold splits and light

Lot: 103 - Northern Obsolete Banknote Septet

A Northern Obsolete Banknote Septet including some scarcer pieces. Four of the notes are remainders, and the grades vary considerably from damaged to Ch CU. Examination is a must, as we will not take the time to list the contents here. A total of 7

Lot: 104 - Southern Obsolete and Southern States Notes

A Small Assortment of Southern Obsolete and Southern States Notes. This grouping includes material from Alabama, Georgia (3), Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina (2), and South Carolina. The Mississippi note is missing a corner, otherwise the

Lot: 105 - $2.00 Silver Certificate

$2.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1886, Fr-242. PCGS Gem New 66PPQ and a beauty! This lovely note looks as if it was printed yesterday, as the paper is entirely bright, the inking vibrant, and the centering remarkably balanced. A difficult type to

Lot: 106 - $20.00 Silver Certificate

$20.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1891, Fr-318. PCGS EF45 and enjoying the initial appearance of a Ch AU or better specimen. The paper is bright, well centered and free of any obvious folds. If you cannot afford the $6000-$10000 price tag

Lot: 107 - A Quintet of Decent $1.00 Series of 1923 Silver

A Quintet of Decent $1.00 Series of 1923 Silver Certificates. All are within the Choice VG and Choice VF grade range. A total of 5 Notes. Est. $140.

Lot: 108 - Series of 1914 Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note

A $5.00 Series of 1914 Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Trio. All are decent examples that fall within the VG to Fine grade range. A total of 3 pieces. Est. $130

Lot: 109 - $10.00 National Bank Note

$10.00 National Bank Note. Series of 1882, Brown Back. Charter #1352, The Hanover National Bank of the City of New York, New York. A solid problem-free Fine with decent retained paper body. The Track and Price census for this type stands at 14 notes

Lot: 110 - Large and Small Size Silver Certificates

Large and Small Size Silver Certificates comprised of: $1.00 Series of 1923 (3) VF, Fine with light edge problems, Abt. EF with some small pieces missing at the edges; $1.00 Series of 1957-A (13) ranging in grade from CU to Gem CU; $10.00 Series of

Lot: 111 - Three Certified U.S. Banknotes and More

Three Certified U.S. Banknotes and More as follows: $1.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1923, Fr-238. PCGS EF40 PPQ; 50c Fifth Issue Fractional Currency, Fr-1381. PMG Ch UNC 64. There is a small bundling hole at the upper right corner (not mentioned

Lot: 112 - 15c Third Issue Fractional Currency

A Very Scarce 15c Third Issue Fractional Currency Grant-Sherman Wide Margin Specimen Pair, Fr-1272 SP. The face and back are graded PCGS EF45 and PCGS Ch AU55 respectively. Both enjoy bright, fresh paper and excellent visual allure. A total of 2

Lot: 113 - 25c Fourth Issue Fractional Currency

25c Fourth Issue Fractional Currency, Fr-1301. PCGS Ch AU58 PPQ. The centering is tight at the bottom margin but the color and paper quality is quite nice. Est. $80.

Lot: 114 - Collection of Fractional Currency

A Mostly Middle Grade Starter Collection of Fractional Currency containing: First issue 5c Straight Edge With Monogram, 10c Straight Edge With Monogram; 2nd Issue 5c, 10c, 25c; 3rd Issue 3c Dark Background, 3c Light Background, 5c Green Back; 4th

Lot: 115 - $1.00 Legal Tender Note

$1.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1928, Fr-1500. PCGS Gem Unc 65 PPQ. Vibrant colors are featured on this fresh, highly collectible small size red seal type note. Scarce and always in demand. Est. $440.

Lot: 116 - Funny Back $1.00 Silver Certificates

An Offering of "Funny Back" $1.00 Silver Certificates as follows: 1928, 1928-A (4), 1934 (2). All are in the VG to F/VF grade range except for one AU that bears a small rust stain in the left field. A total of 7 banknotes. Est. $140

Lot: 117 - $1.00 Silver Certificate

$1.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1928-B, Fr-1602. PCGS Gem New 65PPQ. The color and paper quality of this specimen is truly outstanding. Est. $100.

Lot: 118 - $10.00 Silver Certificate

$10.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1934-B, Fr-1703. PCGS VF20. This scarcer series silver certificate offers bright paper and plenty of retained body. The VF20 Green Sheet value is $130. Est. $110.

Lot: 119 - Pair of World War II Emergency Issue $1.00 Notes

A Pair of World War II Emergency Issue $1.00 Notes as follows: $1.00 Silver Certificate, Series of 1935-A HAWAII, Fr-2300. Choice CU; $1.00 Silver Certificate, Series of 1935-A North Africa, Fr-2306. Very Ch CU. A total of 2 pleasing, vibrant

Lot: 120 - Small Size World War II Emergency Issue Type Notes

Four Different Lesser Grade Small Size World War II Emergency Issue Type Notes including: $1.00 1935-A HAWAII G/VG; $1.00 1935-A North Africa VG or better; $5.00 1934-A North Africa Technically Fine or better but laundered and with a number of paper

Lot: 121 - $10.00 North Africa Silver Certificate Star Note

$10.00 North Africa Silver Certificate Star Note. Series of 1934A, Fr-2309*. PCGS EF45 and with the initial look of a Ch AU example. A splendid note for the assigned grade, and quite scarce as a star note. Est. $360.

Lot: 122 - $20.00 Federal Reserve Note

$20.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1928, Fr-2050G. PMG Gem Unc 65EPQ. Fresh, vibrant, and quite appealing. Est. $160.

Lot: 123 - $1000.00 Federal Reserve Note

$1000.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1934-A Mule, Fr-2212M-G. PCGS AU53. Solid for the grade with balanced color on either side. High denomination banknotes such as this are always highly prized, and the high circulated grade example offered here

Lot: 124 - $10.00 National Bank Note

$10.00 National Bank Note. Series of 1929, Type II. Fr-1801-2, Charter #14023. The Kingston National Bank, Kingston, PA. PCGS VF20 and a balanced example that is solid for the assigned grade. Est. $95.

Lot: 125 - $20.00 National Bank Note

$20.00 National Bank Note. Series of 1929 Type I, Fr-1802-1, Charter #11019. The First National Bank of Tom Bean, TX. PCGS VG8 Apparent, Paper Clip Rust Stains. A rusty outline of a paper clip is evident at the upper central obverse, otherwise the VG

Lot: 126 - Small Size Error Note Threesome

A Small Size Error Note Threesome including a $1.00 1935-E Silver Certificate with a couple of gutter folds, a $1.00 1963 FRN with a misaligned obverse, and a $20.00 1981-A FRN with a diagonal gutter fold and subsequent interior paper void. A total

Lot: 127 - Small Size Notes

A Quintet of Mostly Larger Denomination Red Seal and Brown Seal Small Size Notes containing $100.00 Red Seal 1966 AU, 1966-A G/VG; $10.00 Brown Seal 1929 FRB of New York. VF; $50.00 Brown Seal 1929 FRB of Minneapolis. VF, 1929 FRB of San Francisco.

Lot: 128 - Mostly Small Size U.S. Currency

An Assortment of Mostly Small Size U.S. Currency although there is a handful of world notes, some reprints, and even some 1923 Silver Certificates. We will not list the contents here and will give you the opportunity to view the material and snipe

Lot: 129 - Small Size U.S. Currency Mishmash

A Small Size U.S. Currency Mishmash. This lot definitely deserves examination as there are plenty of star notes as well as a few other somewhat better items thrown into the mix. We count a total of 49 banknotes containing a cumulative $176 in face

Lot: 130 - Red, Blue, and Green Seal Small Size Currency

An Assortment of Red, Blue, and Green Seal Small Size Currency in denominations of $1.00, $2.00, and $5.00. We count a total of 72 banknotes with a cumulative face value of $133.00. Worth a look, as there is definitely some material of decent retail

Lot: 131 - Uncirculated $1.00 Federal Reserve Notes

An Instant Retail Inventory of Uncirculated $1.00 Federal Reserve Notes from the 1960's and 1970's including a number of star notes. A very large percentage are housed in individual currency holders, and the holders themselves add significant value

Lot: 132 - U.S. Colonial Coin.

U.S. Colonial Coin. 1787 Fugio Copper. Pointed Rays, STATES UNITED. Newman 12-X. ANACS VF20 Details, Cleaned. We grade the coin more of a Fine than a VF in terms of wear. The cleaning was executed quite some time ago, and the color has since toned

Lot: 133 - 1c 1800/79 S-194

1c 1800/79 S-194 (R-3). PCGS VG Detail, Environmental Damage. This example reveals only mild areas of ancient porosity that have been lessened by the degree of wear. A glossy chocolate-brown coin that actually presents quite well for the condition

Lot: 134 - 1c 1800 S-207

1c 1800 S-207 (R-3). PCGS VG10. Chocolate-brown surfaces retain bold overall definition in the major design elements including the wreath, hair curls, and legends. Est. $270.

Lot: 135 - 1c 1802 S-241

1c 1802 S-241, Stemless Wreath. PCGS VG Detail, Environmental Damage. Sharp and balanced for the grade range, the obverse is smooth and unencumbered. We assume that the environmental issues mentioned on the insert refer to some mild deposits within

Lot: 136 - 1c 1834 Small 8, Large Stars

1c 1834 Small 8, Large Stars. ANACS VF20. This chocolate-brown example reveals two small rim bruises at the lower right obverse. Est. $75,

Lot: 137 - Flying Eagle and Indian Cents

A Nearly Complete Set of Flying Eagle and Indian Cents (1857-1909) lacking only 1864-L, 1877, 1908-S, and 1909-S. The grades vary considerably, and range from AG to AU. A small minority of the coins show problems of one sort or another, and this set

Lot: 138 - 1c 1899 PCGS MS64 RB

1c 1899 PCGS MS64 RB. Here is a lovely premium quality example that features well balanced, delicately faded mint color and a bold strike. This coin is sure to please the successful bidder. Est. $90.

Lot: 139 - Two Rolls of Middle Grade Indian Cents

Two Rolls of Middle Grade Indian Cents. This lot offers a decent mix of dates, as many of the coins are in the 1800's. The grades range from Fine to EF, and perhaps as many as 30% show problems such as cleaning, stains, etc. A total of 100 coins and

Lot: 140 - Circulated Indian Cent Rolls

A pair of Circulated Indian Cent Rolls. The vast majority fall within the Good to Abt. Fine range, though some of the coins exhibit staining, marks or other problems. A total of 100 coins, and we recommend examination. Est. $90.

Lot: 141 - 1c 1909-S VDB.

1c 1909-S VDB. A bold, solid AU with respect to wear. Closer scrutiny however, uncovers evidence of a past gentle cleaning. The obverse exhibits a shade of central rose iridescence; the reverse areas of peripheral faded mint color. A highly important

Lot: 142 - 1c 1909-S Lincoln

1c 1909-S Lincoln. ANACS VF25. We note a trivial obverse stain below the last two digits of the date, otherwise this medium brown Lincoln Cent scarcity is nicely balanced. Est. $90.

Lot: 143 - 1c 1914-D

1c 1914-D ANACS Fine-15 Details, Corroded. The corrosion mentioned by ANACS would be better described as microporosity on either side. The naked eye "look" of this key date Lincoln Cent is that of a VG example. Est. $90.

Lot: 144 - Better Date Lincoln Cent Pairing

An ANACS Certified Better Date Lincoln Cent Pairing: 1914-S ANACS EF40 and exhibiting varying shades of medium brown patina; 1922-D ANACS AU55 and still retaining quite a bit of faded mint color for a survivor at this condition level. A total of 2

Lot: 145 - 1c 1924-D PCGS MS65RB CAC

1c 1924-D PCGS MS65RB CAC and as nice as could possibly be hoped for at this assigned grade. Full balanced mint red has ever so delicately faded. In fact, we routinely encounter common early date Lincoln Cents designated as Red that are no different

Lot: 146 - 1c 1931-S

1c 1931-S Here is a handsome, easily Choice BU specimen that features lovely faded mint color over luxuriant satin-velvet surfaces. Scarce. Est. $140.

Lot: 147 - 1c 1943 PCGS MS67

1c 1943 PCGS MS67. Icy lilac surfaces enjoy a lovely naked eye presentation. Only closer examination with a glass reveals some staining that is most evident at the left reverse. Est. $110.

Lot: 148 - 1c 1972/1972 Doubled Die Obverse. NGC MS64 RB

1c 1972/1972 Doubled Die Obverse. NGC MS64 RB. Icy-silken lustre glistens beneath evenly faded mint color. Scarce and a highly collectible essential for any full set of Lincoln Cents. Est. $290.

Lot: 149 - Uncirculated Rolls and Virtually Complete Rolls

A Stash of Uncirculated Rolls and Virtually Complete Rolls of Lincoln Cents. The dates range from 1962 through 2011. All are either bank-wrapped or in tubes with every roll/tube being of a single date. Some of the rolls are clearly original while

Lot: 150 - Partial Set of Three Cent Nickels

An Interesting Partial Set of Three Cent Nickels (1865-1889) lacking 1873 Open 3, 1880, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 1887, and 1889 as well as all of the Proof-only issues. The grades range from VG to EF, and only a few show problems of one sort or

Lot: 151 - 3c Nickel 1880 NGC AU Details, Cleaned

3c Nickel 1880 NGC AU Details, Cleaned. Light grey surfaces are balanced and appealing, except for the evidence of gentle cleaning. Only 21,000 business strikes were coined of this scarce date. Est. $130.

Lot: 152 - 3c Nickel 1882 NGC AU Details, Cleaned

3c Nickel 1882 NGC AU Details, Cleaned. Light hairlines are evident on either side, as are a few small stains. Business strikes of this low mintage scarcity always garner plenty of demand. Est. $180.

Lot: 153 - 3c Nickel 1887 NGC VF25

3c Nickel 1887 NGC VF25 and a wholly original, evenly worn, defect-free specimen. A paltry 5001 business strikes were minted of this date, and the survival rate is quite poor. Est. $380.

Lot: 154 - 3c Nickel 1889 NGC VF35

3c Nickel 1889 NGC VF35. Here is an honest middle-grade example that still retains subtle hints of mint frost in the most protected areas of the devices. Scarce and one of only 18,125 business strikes coined of this issue. Est. $160.

Lot: 155 - 1/2 10c 1873-S PCGS MS62 CAC

1/2 10c 1873-S PCGS MS62 CAC and encapsulated in a first generation PCGS holder. The CAC sticker assigned to this specimen is certainly warranted, as the visual presentation of this handsome coin clearly surpasses that of the typical, more recently

Lot: 156 - Nearly Complete Set of Buffalo Nickels

A Noteworthy Nearly Complete Set of Buffalo Nickels (1913-1938) lacking only the 1913-D Type II, 1913-S Type II, 1918/7-D, and 1937-D 3-Legged, and including an additional 1913-D Type I. Essentially every coin in this set falls within the Good to AU

Lot: 157 - 5c 1913-D Type II. PCGS VG8

5c 1913-D Type II. PCGS VG8. This wholly honest key date Buffalo Nickel offers totally honest color and nice even wear. Quite scarce. Est. $110

Lot: 158 - 5c 1918/7-D PCGS Good-4

5c 1918/7-D PCGS Good-4. The overdate is entirely visible with a glass, and every digit in the date is legible albeit not overly strong (as would be expected at this grade level). Likewise, honest grey surfaces are evenly worn and are accented by

Lot: 159 - Approximately 400 Full Date Buffalo Nickels

A Hoard of Approximately 400 Full Date Buffalo Nickels. This nice circulated grouping includes come earlier dates in the mix, and every coin appears to show a full 4-digit date. A total of approximately 400 coins. Est. $180.

Lot: 160 - Mostly Buffalo Nickel Restocking Lot

A Mostly Buffalo Nickel Restocking Lot comprised of: 1938-D Buffalo (80) All are solid Full Date pieces ranging in grade from VG to AEF, and all are unchecked for D/S and D/D varieties. Also included is a 40-count roll of Dateless Type I Buffalos, a

Lot: 161 - Higher Grade Wartime Nickel Assortment

A Higher Grade Wartime Nickel Assortment containing a total of 34 Ch AU+ and lightly cleaned BU mixed date pieces, as well as fresh Ch BU to Very Ch BU coins of the following dates: 1944-P (4), 1944-S (9). A total of 47 coins. Est. $150

Lot: 162 - Original Roll of 1950-D Jefferson Nickels

An Outstanding Original Roll of 1950-D Jefferson Nickels. Every coin within this well-matched roll easily falls within the Very Ch BU to Gem BU+ grade range. Moreover, the overall strength of strike is well above the norm, as all of the coins offer

Lot: 163 - Original Roll of Key Date 1950-D Jefferson

A Second Premium Quality Original Roll of Key Date 1950-D Jefferson Nickels. This splendid roll is a twin to the prior lot in every respect. The color, lustre, and strike of this Very Ch BU to Gem BU+ roll is equally as enticing to its companion roll

Lot: 164 - 10c 1897 NGC MS62

10c 1897 NGC MS62. The strike of this delicate golden example is razor-sharp, and the fields offer a hint of semi-reflectivity when the coin is rotated in the light. Est. $110.

Lot: 165 - Quintet of scarcer U.S. Silver Coins

A Quintet of scarcer U.S. Silver Coins containing: 10c 1921 AG/Good, 1921-D A lightly cleaned Good; 25c 1932-D Fair with a bold date and mintmark as well as plenty of wear; 1921 Fair/AG, the first two digits of the date are not legible; $1.00 Silver

Lot: 166 - ANACS Certified Mercury Dimes

Three Scarcer Date ANACS Certified Mercury Dimes as follows: 1925-S ANACS AU55 Details, Cleaned; 1926-S ANACS AU55 Details, Cleaned; 1927-D ANACS AU58 Details, Cleaned. All show signs of light to moderate cleaning. The second coin is particularly

Lot: 167 - 10c 1940 NGC MS67 FB

10c 1940 NGC MS67 FB. Housed in an old-style "fat" holder, this Gem exhibits areas of russet toning over glistening silken vibrance. Est. $120.

Lot: 168 - 10c 1940 NGC PF64

10c 1940 NGC PF64. A sharp, vibrant, essentially white proof example . Est. $120.

Lot: 169 - 10c 1945-S PCGS MS65 FB

10c 1945-S PCGS MS65 FB and very conservatively graded in an old green label holder. If you still demand old-timey grading standards, then this silky-white Gem is for you! Est. $80.

Lot: 170 - PCGS Certified Gem Roosevelt Dime Pairing

A Key Date PCGS Certified Gem Roosevelt Dime Pairing: 1949, 1949-S. Both are graded PCGS MS65 and both exhibit deep olive iridescence. The toning is consistent with that seen from many original mint set coins, though we cannot attest with certainty

Lot: 171 - Nearly Complete Mint State Set of Roosevelt Dimes

A Nearly Complete Mint State Set of Roosevelt Dimes (1946-1964) lacking only 1957-D, 1959, 1960, 1060-D, 1961-D, 1962-D, 1963, and 1963-D. Every coin is BU or better and most show some degree of toning (some are overly deep and others are quite

Lot: 172 - Two Complete 90% Silver Roosevelt Dime Sets

Two Complete 90% Silver Roosevelt Dime Sets (1946-1964). Each 48-piece set is circulated and contains every date and mintmark. A total of 2 sets (96 coins), both of which are mounted in Whitman Bookshelf albums. Est. $110.

Lot: 173 - Original Roll of 1961 Roosevelt Dimes

An Entirely Fresh Original Roll of 1961 Roosevelt Dimes. This Choice to Gem roll features two toned "end of the roll" coins. A standard count 50 coin roll. Est. $70.

Lot: 174 - Original Roll of 1964 Dimes

A Wholly Vibrant Original Roll of 1964 Dimes. This splendid roll exudes mint bloom and is housed in a plastic coin tube. A standard count roll of 50 coins. Est. $65

Lot: 175 - 25c 1899-S ANACS EF40

25c 1899-S ANACS EF40, Cleaned. The cleaning is rather modest, as there are varying shades of olive-russet toning that still cling to both the obverse and reverse. Hints of muted mint lustre are also evident on this scarcer date issue. Est. $75.

Lot: 176 - 25c 1917 Type I.

25c 1917 Type I. A strict EF in terms of wear, however there are signs of light cleaning over surfaces that still display frosty lustre in the protected portions of the design. An appealing short-lived type coin despite the past cleaning. Est. $65.

Lot: 177 - Key Date Washington Quarter Duo

A Key Date Washington Quarter Duo: 1932-D AG/Good with smooth, even wear; 1932-S G/VG but somewhat pale from a past light cleaning. A total of 2 scarce coins. Est. $100.

Lot: 178 - 25c 1936-D ANACS MS63

25c 1936-D ANACS MS63. An overlying hint of golden toning augments warm velvet-satin radiance on either side. The scarcest date in the series at this grade level after the especially elusive 1932-D (this date is tougher to acquire within this

Lot: 179 - Partial Set of Washington Quarters

A Worthwhile Partial Set of Washington Quarters (1932-1963) lacking the following: 1932-D, 1932-S, 1934-D, 1935-D, 1936-D, 1936-S, 1937-S, 1938, 1938-S, 1939, 1939-S, 1940, 1940-D, 1941, 1941-S, 1942-S, 1943-D, 1943-S, 1947-D, 1950-D, 1957-D, 1960-D,

Lot: 180 - 50c 1822 O-111

50c 1822 O-111. A lovely Choice Fine with lavender-grey centers and areas of russet-golden iridescence at the peripheries. Est. $100.

Lot: 181 - 50c 1822 O-113 (R-3)

50c 1822 O-113 (R-3). A solid medium grey VF, however we note some light rim marks that require mention. Est. $80.

Lot: 182 - 50c 1823 O-111 (R-4)

50c 1823 O-111 (R-4). NGC XF40 and an unmolested "virgin" example. Honest medium grey toning deepens at areas of the periphery. All of the original "dirt" is still evident in the crevasses of the detail, and hints of muted mint frost still cling to

Lot: 183 - Capped Bust Half Dollar Pairing

A Later Date Capped Bust Half Dollar Pairing: 1833 Fine or thereabouts and toned an even deep grey; 1835 VG. Smooth, wholesome, and evenly worn. A total of 2 coins. Est. $120.

Lot: 184 - S.S. Republic Shipwreck 1860-O Liberty Seated

An S.S. Republic Shipwreck 1860-O Liberty Seated Half Dollar. This example is certified NGC Shipwreck Effect, United States Issue. Our grade is AU with respect to wear. Pale silvery surfaces largely show microgranularity, however there are patches of

Lot: 185 - 50c 1861-O CSA Obverse Die Crack. NGC AG3

50c 1861-O CSA Obverse Die Crack. NGC AG3 and bordering on a full Good designation. The obverse bears a vertical die crack from the center of Liberty's nose to the denticles, indicating that this coin was struck in New Orleans from the same obverse

Lot: 186 - 50c 1865 NGC VG10.

50c 1865 NGC VG10. Even wear and wholesome color add character to this seldom encountered Civil War issue. A pleasing "collector quality" example. Est. $100.

Lot: 187 - 50c 1888 NGC MS66.

50c 1888 NGC MS66. Meticulous definition and unbroken satin-silk radiance distinguish this smooth Gem. Overlying sky-blue, gold and rich rose iridescence complete its compelling visual appeal. A mere 12,001 examples of this date were coined, and only

Lot: 188 - 50c 1892-O NGC AG3

50c 1892-O NGC AG3. The obverse is certainly worthy of an AG3 designation, however we would grade the reverse a Fair-2. Evenly worn and quite scarce across the entire grading spectrum, as this date enjoys one of the lowest mintages within the Barber

Lot: 189 - 50c 1897-O ANACS VG8

50c 1897-O ANACS VG8. Our grade is more on the order of a Good-6/VG-7. This date is easily within the upper tier of scarcities in the Barber Half Dollar series. Est. $110.

Lot: 190 - 50c 1902-O

50c 1902-O Easily a strong AU or better with respect to wear. Delicately toned velvet-like surfaces show signs of a past light cleaning. Scarce in the upper grades and quite appealing nonetheless. Est. $250.

Lot: 191 - 50c 1942-S PCGS MS64

50c 1942-S PCGS MS64 and a premium example housed in an old second generation holder. Smooth fields and unencumbered satiny mint bloom characterize this enticing coin. Est. $85.

Lot: 192 - Complete Franklin Half Dollar Proof Set

A Complete Franklin Half Dollar Proof Set (1950-1963). All are easily within the Choice to Gem Proof grade range with the exception of the 1950 which has some light slide marks on the high points on either side. A total of 14 coins mounted in a

Lot: 193 - Complete Set of Franklin Half Dollars

A Higher Grade Complete Set of Franklin Half Dollars (1948-1963). Every coin in this handsome set falls within the Ch AU to Gem BU range. A total of 35 coins housed in a Whitman bookshelf album. Est. $440.

Lot: 194 - Complete Set of Kennedy Half Dollars

A Splendid Complete Set of Kennedy Half Dollars (1964-2012). This set includes every business strike and proof within this date range, including the 40% silver Bicentennial coinage, and both the copper-nickel and silver proofs from 1992 through 2011

Lot: 195 - 50c 1964 PCGS PR68 DCAM

50c 1964 PCGS PR68 DCAM. This distinctive example offers wonderfully rich cameo contrast beneath a subtle blush of golden toning. We spy a small pale toning stain in the upper right obverse field, otherwise an even loftier grading could be

Lot: 196 - 50c 1998-S SMS. PCGS MS70

50c 1998-S SMS. PCGS MS70. This delicately toned special striking offers surfaces that are entirely mark-free. The PCGS Price Guide value at this perfect grade level is a whopping $525. Est. $320.

Lot: 197 - Roll of Mixed Later Date Proof Silver Kennedy Half

A Roll of Mixed Later Date Proof Silver Kennedy Half Dollars as follows: 1992-S, 1993-S, 1995-S, 2002-S, 2003-S (2), 2004-S, 2005-S (2), 2006-S (2), 2007-S (2), 2008-S, 2009-S, 2010-S, 2011-S, 2012-S (2), 2013-S. All are in the Very Choice to Superb

Lot: 198 - Mixed Date Proof Copper-Nickel Kennedy Half

Mixed Date Proof Copper-Nickel Kennedy Half Dollars (1992-2013). Choice to Gem Br. Proof though nearly half are filmy and in need of TLC. A standard count roll of 20 coins, and enjoying a surprisingly high cumulative prorated Grey Sheet roll bid

Lot: 199 - Trade $1.00 1876-S NGC UNC Details, Cleaned

Trade $1.00 1876-S NGC UNC Details, Cleaned. Rich olive-golden surfaces are accented by subtle lilac and rose-grey undertones. The strike is quite sharp, and the overall appearance is actually better than many Trade Dollars that we encounter within

Lot: 200 - Pattern Goloid Metric Dollar. 1879 Judd-1617

Pattern Goloid Metric Dollar. 1879 Judd-1617 (R-4), NGC PF60 and a very handsome specimen in light of its rather modest assigned grade. A blush of pale russet accents assertive legends and design elements. Though there is a degree of friction on the

Lot: 201 - Partial Set of Morgan Dollars

A Noteworthy Partial Set of Morgan Dollars (1878-1921). The successful purchaser of this lot will be more than half way done in completing a full set of this popular series. The grades range from Fine to Ch AU, with nearly every coin being at least a

Lot: 202 - Different Date Morgan Dollars

Nearly a Dozen Different Date Morgan Dollars: 1878 8TF, 1878-S, 1880-O Micro O, 1881, 1888-O, 1890, 1890-S, 1891-O, 1897-S, 1901-O, 1902-O. All are in the Ch AU to BU range in terms of wear, however all reveal evidence of cleaning to at least some

Lot: 203 - Morgan Dollar Starter Set

A Higher Grade, Mostly Scarcer Date Morgan Dollar Starter Set containing: 1878 7/8 TF, 1878-S, 1881, 1883-S, 1884-S, 1885-S, 1886-O, 1886-S, 1891-O, 1892, 1892-O, 1894-O, 1896-O, 1897-O, 1897-S, 1901, 1904. Every coin falls within the EF to Ch AU

Lot: 204 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Reverse of '78. VAM-141

$1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Reverse of '78. VAM-141 (Tripled Star). ANACS MS63. Light violet-mauve toning augments balanced, well struck surfaces that are fully deserving of the designated grade. This "Top 100" variety is both quite scarce and highly

Lot: 205 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Reverse of '78. VAM-195A,

$1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Reverse of '78. VAM-195A, Broken D in DOLLAR. PCGS MS 62PL. Delicate russet-mauve peripheries frame watery reflectivity in the fields. Est. $110.

Lot: 206 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Reverse of '79. PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Reverse of '79. PCGS MS64 PL. Take a long look at the fields of this distinctive liquid-mirror prooflike example, as this coin came to us raw and was submitted only once for grading. We have seen plenty of coins with similar

Lot: 207 - $1.00 Silver 1878-CC PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1878-CC PCGS MS64 and a very solid "blast white" specimen. This premium coin features needle-sharp definition at every location including the central hair curl and feather detail. A particularly scarce Carson City date within the

Lot: 208 - $1.00 1878-CC Ch AU

$1.00 1878-CC Ch AU and just bordering on a full Mint State designation. This "blast white" example offers bold definition and an abundance of rich icy mint bloom. Quite scarce, particularly in the upper grades. Est. $250.

Lot: 209 - A Carson City Morgan Dollar Duo

A Carson City Morgan Dollar Duo: 1878-CC EF Details with signs of light cleaning. Average surfaces still retain significant mint frost in the protected areas of the design: 1891-CC EF Details, lightly cleaned and quite similar to its companion piece

Lot: 210 - All Different Date Morgan Dollars

All Different Date Morgan Dollars including: 1878-S, 1879-O,1880-O, 1881, 1882-O, 1884-O, 1887-S, 1889, 1890, 1890-O, 1890-S, 1892-O, 1897-S, 1902. All are within the AU to BU range from the standpoint of wear, however all show signs of cleaning to

Lot: 211 - A Roll of Mint State, All Different Date Morgan

A Roll of Mint State, All Different Date Morgan Dollars comprised of: 1878-S, 1879-S, 1880, 1883-O, 1884, 1884-O, 1885-O, 1890, 1890-S, 1897, 1897-S, 1898, 1898-O, 1899-O, 1900, 1900-O, 1901-O, 1902-O, 1903, 1904-O. All are BU or better at a glance

Lot: 212 - $1.00 Silver 1879-CC Normal Dies. PCGS UNC Detail,

$1.00 Silver 1879-CC Normal Dies. PCGS UNC Detail, Cleaned. The initial appearance of this wonderfully assertive specimen is that of a handsome, essentially Choice coin. Only ever so close scrutiny in the lower left obverse field yields highly

Lot: 213 - A High Circulated Grade Starter Set of Morgan

A High Circulated Grade Starter Set of Morgan Dollars as follows: 1879-O, 1880-O Normal O, 1880-O Micro O, 1882-O, 1883, 1884, 1887-O, 1887-S, 1890-O, 1890-S, 1891, 1891-O, 1891-S, 1892-O, 1897-S, 1900, 1902, 1903, 1904. All fall within the AU to Ch

Lot: 214 - Morgan Dollar Inventory Restocking Lot

A Somewhat Better Date and Somewhat Better Grade Morgan Dollar Inventory Restocking Lot as follows: 1879-S Rev of '78 (4) VF+ to Ch EF, some with cleaning; 1880 AU+ Mirror Prooflike; 1891-O (2) both are strong Ch AU examples; 1894-O VF/EF detail with

Lot: 215 - $1.00 Silver 1979-S PCGS MS66+

$1.00 Silver 1979-S PCGS MS66+ . The strike and surface quality of this "blast white", high end Gem are outstanding. Rolling silken-cartwheel lustre completes its excellent visual allure. Est. $220.

Lot: 216 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66 and clearly of premium quality for the assigned numerical grade. The surfaces are exceptionally smooth, even for a survivor at this elevated condition level. Likewise, the strike of this silvery-white specimen is

Lot: 217 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66.

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS66. Sharp definition and luxuriant satiny mint bloom characterize untoned Gem specimen. Est. $170.

Lot: 218 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65+.

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65+. This smooth, razor-sharp example offers cartwheel mint bloom over icy-white fields and design elements. Est. $120.

Lot: 219 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65 and a splendid premium quality example for the designated grade. An absolutely full strike complements "blast white", wonderfully smooth fields and design features. Est. $120.

Lot: 220 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65. This example easily deserves the designated numerical grade, as the strike and surface quality surpass that of the typical MS65 survivor. Est. $100.

Lot: 221 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65 and revealing only minimal light surface imperfections. Wholly vibrant, rolling satin-velvet lustre augments meticulous design element definition. Est. $100.

Lot: 222 - Trio of Certified Near Gem 1879-S Morgan Dollars

A Trio of Certified Near Gem 1879-S Morgan Dollars. All are graded PCGS MS64, and all are premium examples for the designated numerical grade. This sharp, untoned threesome is sure to please the successful bidder. A total of 3 coins. Est. $160.

Lot: 223 - $1.00 Silver GSA 1880-CC Reverse of '79. NGC MS62

$1.00 Silver GSA 1880-CC Reverse of '79. NGC MS62. Assertive design elements and an abundance of rich icy-frost are accented by delicate golden toning. Housed in its plastic GSA holder of issue (no box). Est. $400.

Lot: 224 - $1.00 Silver 1880/9-S NGC MS66 CAC.

$1.00 Silver 1880/9-S NGC MS66 CAC. This coin does not indicate the overdate on its grading insert, however a quick comparison with its companion prooflike 1880/9-S offered directly below will confirm its attribution. Besides having lovely surface

Lot: 225 - $1.00 Silver 1880/9-S PCGS MS64PL

$1.00 Silver 1880/9-S PCGS MS64PL. Richly frosted legends and design elements are afloat in glassy mirrored fields. The overdate is designated on the holder of this delicate golden jewel (PCGS #7123), and a premium is easily warranted for this very

Lot: 226 - $1.00 Silver 1880-S NGC MS66.

$1.00 Silver 1880-S NGC MS66. We're very puzzled as to why this obviously prooflike specimen did not receive a PL designation when it was graded. Watery reflectivity frames needle-sharp design features on either side. A lovely example, and a great

Lot: 227 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS65. Untoned icy-white fields and design features exude wonderfully rich velvet-satin mint bloom on either side. Well struck, solid for the grade and quite elusive at the quality level offered here. Est. $400.

Lot: 228 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64 PL.

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64 PL. Bold, frosty legends and design elements exhibit significant cameo contrast against semi-reflective fields. Wonderfully vibrant and pleasing to the eye. Est. $260.

Lot: 229 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64 and a premium example for the grade. Untoned frosty-white surfaces just border of a full Gem classification. Est. $130.

Lot: 230 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64. Solid for the grade and enjoying pleasing coloration on either side. The obverse of this rich, satiny example features a handsome blend of pinkish-rose and golden toning. The reverse is aglow in lovely iridescent shades

Lot: 231 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS64. This icy-silver specimen is bathed in full satiny mint bloom. The surfaces likewise, easily warrant the designated numerical grade. Est. $110.

Lot: 232 - $1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS62 PL

$1.00 Silver 1881 PCGS MS62 PL and easily warranting the assigned grade. Untoned, sharp devices complement reflective fields on either side. Est. $60.

Lot: 233 - A Trio of ICG Certified Choice Morgan Dollars

A Trio of ICG Certified Choice Morgan Dollars as follows: 1881-O, 1889, 1897. Each is graded ICG MS63 and each is a sharp, velvet-like example. The first offers golden iridescence at the upper left reverse periphery. A total of 3 coins. Est. $135.

Lot: 234 - $1.00 Silver 1882-CC PCGS MS63.

$1.00 Silver 1882-CC PCGS MS63. Velvet-satin lustre shimmers over fully struck design features. A shade of ever so delicate golden toning completes this example. Est. $180.

Lot: 235 - $1.00 Silver 1882-CC NGC MS63.

$1.00 Silver 1882-CC NGC MS63. Fresh, semi-reflective mint vibrance is featured on this delicate lilac Carson City Mint scarcity. Est. $180.

Lot: 236 - $1.00 Silver 1882-O/O VAM-7. ANACS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1882-O/O VAM-7. ANACS MS63 and easily deserving of the assigned grading. This "Top 100" Morgan Dollar scarcity offers shimmering icy-satin lustre and a bold strike. Est. $90.

Lot: 237 - Silver Dollar Octet

A Mint State or Better Silver Dollar Octet containing: 1882-S, 1884 (2), 1886, 1889 (2), 1904-O, and 1922. All are easily BU or better with roughly half being Choice or better. A pleasing 8 piece lot that certainly is deserving of its share of bidder

Lot: 238 - ICG Certified Morgan Dollars

Three Different ICG Certified Morgan Dollars From Three Different Mints: 1882-S, 1898, 1899-O. All are graded ICG MS64 and all are lustrous, wholly untoned examples. The obverse of the final coin is arguably that of a full Gem. A total of 3 coins.

Lot: 239 - $1.00 Silver 1883-CC

$1.00 Silver 1883-CC A strong frosty-white AU specimen with balanced surfaces and more than ample mint lustre to justify the grade. Est. $120.

Lot: 240 - $1.00 1883-O PCGS MS65+

$1.00 1883-O PCGS MS65+. Ever so luxuriant velvet-like mint bloom glistens beneath a subtle blush of wispy gold. The devices are wonderfully smooth, and the numerical grading easily justified. Est. $150.

Lot: 241 - $1.00 Silver 1883-O NGC MS65

$1.00 Silver 1883-O NGC MS65 and quite handsome indeed. The obverse enjoys shades of rich rose-gold with subtle aqua-blue iridescence at part of the periphery. Rich golden toning accents the upper reverse of this assertive specimen. Est. $110.

Lot: 242 - Half Roll of Choice Certified 1883-O Morgan

A Half Roll of Choice Certified 1883-O Morgan Dollars. Every coin in this lot is graded NGC MS63. All are well-matched, satiny specimens that offer areas of wispy russet-golden toning at the peripheries. A total of 10 coins in the lot. Est. $440.

Lot: 243 - Higher Grade New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollar Roll

A Higher Grade New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollar Roll containing: 1883-O (14); 1884-O (6). Nearly every coin falls into the BU or better category and are largely well matched as to color and lustre. We count three coins that we would be more inclined to

Lot: 244 - Certified Gem New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollar

A Certified Gem New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollar Pairing: 1883-O, 1884-O. Both are NGC MS65. The former offers glistening satiny-golden radiance accompanied by deeper russet reverse toning. The latter enjoys luxuriant velvet mint bloom accented by

Lot: 245 - ICG Very Choice New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollar

An ICG Very Choice New Orleans Mint Morgan Dollar Threesome: 1883-O, 1884-O, 1885-O. All are certified ICG MS64. The first and third coins in this sharp, appealing threesome are both particularly nice for the grade. A total of 3 coins. Est. $135.

Lot: 246 - Foursome of NGC Certified Morgan Dollars

A Foursome of NGC Certified Morgan Dollars as follows: 1883-O, 1884-O, 1886, 1904-O. All are fresh, satiny NGC MS64 coins and all enjoy areas of wispy golden toning at the peripheries. A total of 4 coins. Est. $190.

Lot: 247 - Second Quartet of NGC MS64 Morgan Dollars

A Second Quartet of NGC MS64 Morgan Dollars Dated 1883-O, 1884-O, 1886, 1904-O. The first three display areas of gold and/or iridescent toning at the peripheries. The last is untoned. A total of 4 coins, all of which offer rich velvet-satin lustre.

Lot: 248 - Second Quartet of NGC MS64 Morgan Dollars

A Third and Final Certified Morgan Dollar Foursome of the following dates: 1883-O, 1884-O, 1886. 1904-O. All are graded NGC MS64. The obverse of the first coin is toned a deep russet and lilac-green. The third piece shows a fabric pattern golden-tan

Lot: 249 - $1.00 Silver 1884-CC NGC MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1884-CC NGC MS64. Delicate silver-lilac surfaces are drenched in a full measure of silken velvet mint bloom. The strike likewise, is chisel-sharp. Est. $180.

Lot: 250 - $1.00 Silver 1884-CC NGC MS63.

$1.00 Silver 1884-CC NGC MS63. This Carson City Morgan Dollar enjoys cartwheel-icy mint frost augmented by chisel-sharp definition. Est. $170.

Lot: 251 - $1.00 Silver GSA 1884-CC Choice BU.

$1.00 Silver GSA 1884-CC Choice BU. Fully struck, entirely silver-white surfaces are accented by a glint of semi-reflectivity on either side. Housed in its original plastic holder of issue with box (no cert). Est. $170.

Lot: 252 - $1.00 Silver 1884-CC Ch BU or better

$1.00 Silver 1884-CC Ch BU or better at first glance. This pleasant coin is sharp and satiny, however there is an area of light hairlining at the right reverse that requires mention. Est. $130.

Lot: 253 - $1.00 Silver 1884-O NGC MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1884-O NGC MS65. Splashes of olive and russet-rose iridescence augment unbroken underlying satiny mint lustre. Nicely struck and enticing. Est. $110.

Lot: 254 - $1.00 1884-O NGC MS64

$1.00 1884-O NGC MS64 and very nicely toned on either side. Both the obverse and reverse of this Near Gem exhibit rich iridescent shades of forest green, rose-gold, and lilac-blue. A lovely coin that certainly demands a premium for its visual allure.

Lot: 255 - Quintet of Certified NGC MS63 1884-O Morgan

A Quintet of Certified NGC MS63 1884-O Morgan Dollars. Though the degree of toning varies to an extent, the similarity of coloration indicates that these honest, fully satiny examples have been together for a very long time. All show areas of golden

Lot: 256 - Half Roll of NGC MS63 1884-O Morgan Dollars

A Half Roll of NGC MS63 1884-O Morgan Dollars. Here is a well-matched, Choice offering of this New Orleans Mint issue. Every coin offers rich satiny lustre beneath varying degrees of delicate golden-russet toning. A total of 10 coins. Est. $440.

Lot: 257 - $1.00 Silver 1884-S PCGS AU53

$1.00 Silver 1884-S PCGS AU53. Assertive, untoned surfaces offer more than ample retained mint frost for the grade. Scarce in the AU grade range, and legitimately rare in the full Mint State category. Est. $160.

Lot: 258 - $1.00 Silver 1885 ICG MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1885 ICG MS65. Here is a fresh, assertive specimen that features rolling cartwheel mint bloom and a wisp of golden toning at the central obverse. Est. $85.

Lot: 259 - $1.00 Silver GSA 1885-CC Choice BU

$1.00 Silver GSA 1885-CC Choice BU and enjoying a significant degree of watery prooflike vibrance in both the obverse and reverse fields. The strike of this handsome untoned example is bold, and this scarce Carson City dollar is still housed in its

Lot: 260 - $1.00 Silver 1885-O NGC MS64PL.

$1.00 Silver 1885-O NGC MS64PL. Fully struck, frosted legends and design elements are wonderfully complemented by ample prooflike lustre in the fields. Premium quality and very worthy of its share of bidder interest. Est. $120.

Lot: 261 - $1.00 Silver 1886 NGC MS65

$1.00 Silver 1886 NGC MS65 and exhibiting distinctively rich peach-golden iridescence that immerses the obverse. The reverse shows areas of wispy gold at the peripheries, and the underlying surfaces certainly justify its Gem grading. Est. $110.

Lot: 262 - $1.00 Silver 1886 NGC MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1886 NGC MS65. Crescents of peripheral golden iridescence accent wonderfully rich satin-velvet radiance. Est. $110.

Lot: 263 - Misplaced Date 1886 VAM-21 Morgan Dollar.

A Stunning Misplaced Date 1886 VAM-21 Morgan Dollar. Part of the base of a bold, errant 8 can be seen adjacent to the designer's initial on the truncation of Liberty's bust! ANACS MS63 and housed in an old cache holder. Splashes of olive-gold and

Lot: 264 - Pair of ANACS Certified Better Morgan Dollar

A Pair of ANACS Certified Better Morgan Dollar Varieties as follows: 1886 VAM-1C ANACS MS63 and a "Hot 50" variety. Delicate golden toning at the peripheries and housed in an early cache holder; 1897 VAM-6A. A "Top 100" variety recognized by a patch

Lot: 265 - Uncommon Date Morgan Dollar Quintet

An Uncommon Date Morgan Dollar Quintet: 1886-O, 1892-O, 1897-O, 1897-S, 1901. All fall in the EF to AU grade range, however all show signs of past cleaning. Worthy of a look, as some of these dates get very expensive in the higher grades. Est. $130.

Lot: 266 - San Francisco Mint Morgan Dollar twosome

A Scarce Date San Francisco Mint Morgan Dollar twosome: 1886-S/S VAM-2 (Repunched Mintmark). A "top 100" Morgan Dollar variety. EF or better. Lustre in the devices; 1888-S EF from the standpoint of wear. Signs of light cleaning. A total of 2 coins.

Lot: 267 - $1.00 1887 VAM-12 "Alligator Eye". PCGS MS65.

$1.00 1887 VAM-12 "Alligator Eye". PCGS MS65. The variety is not designated on the holder, however the double outline to Liberty's eye is clearly visible. Pale golden toning accompanies rolling satiny mint bloom. Quite scarce, and a highly

Lot: 268 - $1.00 Silver 1887 PCGS MS63PL.

$1.00 Silver 1887 PCGS MS63PL. Assertive devices float in watery, semi-reflective fields. Russet-mauve peripheral iridescence completes this specimen. Est. $80.

Lot: 269 - Mint Error $1.00 Silver 1887-S ANACS MS60 Details,

Mint Error $1.00 Silver 1887-S ANACS MS60 Details, Reverse Struck Through Debris. The lower right reverse displays a large, dramatic planchet void that distinguishes this scarcer date Morgan Dollar. The surface quality is otherwise that of a satiny,

Lot: 270 - Better Date Morgan Dollar Threesome

A Mint State Better Date Morgan Dollar Threesome, all with extremely deceptive traces of past cleaning. 1887-S BU with facial marks that preclude a higher grade. Only the reverse reveals an ever so subtle hint of cleaning; 1889-O Ch BU in appearance

Lot: 271 - $1.00 Silver 1888-S

$1.00 Silver 1888-S The initial appearance of this sharp, glistening example is that of a Choice Mint State coin, however there is evidence of light cleaning that can be detected upon closer scrutiny. Scarce and desirable, as its visual appeal is

Lot: 272 - $1.00 Silver 1888-S Ch AU

$1.00 Silver 1888-S Ch AU in terms of wear, however the surfaces of this scarce coin have been uniformly cleaned. Sharp devices accompany fields that exhibit a degree of semi-reflectivity. Est. $100.

Lot: 273 - $1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS63. This specimen offers a particularly sharp strike for the issue. Likewise, the surfaces of this delicately toned, rich satiny coin easily justify its grading. Est. $260.

Lot: 274 - $1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS63.

$1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS63. This scarcity offers an abundance of icy-white vibrance on either side. The strike is rather typical for the date, and the surfaces are free of any particularly noteworthy defects. Est. $260.

Lot: 275 - $1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS62

$1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS62. The example offered here enjoys rich frosty lustre similar to the prior lot. There is just a bit more shallow surface disturbance when compared side by side. Est. $230.

Lot: 276 - $1.00 1890-O NGC MS64.

$1.00 1890-O NGC MS64. A blush of gold is infused with lavender overtones to create a lovely visual countenance. Smooth and well struck for this scarce issue. Est. $220.

Lot: 277 - $1.00 Silver 1891-CC PCGS MS64, VAM-3 (Spitting

$1.00 Silver 1891-CC PCGS MS64, VAM-3 (Spitting Eagle). PCGS MS64. Silvery-white surfaces feature ever so dense velvety-satin mint lustre on both the obverse and reverse. A well struck, appealing example of this popular Carson City scarcity. Est.

Lot: 278 - $1.00 1891-CC NGC MS62

$1.00 1891-CC NGC MS62 and a premium specimen with definite upgrade potential. The surface quality is very well balanced for the assigned grade, and an overlying blush of delicate lavender-gold adds to its presentation. A very scarce Carson City Mint

Lot: 279 - $1.00 Silver 1891-CC Spitting Eagle Variety

$1.00 Silver 1891-CC Spitting Eagle Variety (VAM-3). UNC Details, Lightly Cleaned. Here is a bold, velvet-satiny example that gives the initial presentation of a Choice or better Mint State coin. We spy a trivial obverse rim tic at 7:30 that we

Lot: 280 - $1.00 Silver 1892-CC PCGS UNC Detail, Cleaned

$1.00 Silver 1892-CC PCGS UNC Detail, Cleaned. An assertive strike is clearly far better than the norm for this very scarce Carson City date, as the typical Mint State survivor displays noticeable central striking weakness. Although the color is

Lot: 281 - San Francisco Morgan Dollar Restocking Lot

A San Francisco Morgan Dollar Restocking Lot comprised of: 1892-S (8), 1900-S (4). All are in the VF or better range with respect to wear, however all show signs of cleaning. A total of 12 coins, and an uncommon grouping. Est. $320.

Lot: 282 - $1.00 Silver 1893 Abt Fine

$1.00 Silver 1893 Abt Fine in terms of wear. The color is too pale due to a past light cleaning. A scarce date in all grades. Est. $110.

Lot: 283 - $1.00 Silver 1893-O

$1.00 Silver 1893-O Essentially Uncirculated with respect to wear. Though this icy-white specimen appears to be Mint State at a glance, there are clear signs of cleaning upon closer scrutiny. The visual appeal nonetheless, remains quite compelling.

Lot: 284 - $1.00 Silver 1895-O A solid EF/AU

$1.00 Silver 1895-O A solid EF/AU with respect to wear, however silvery-white surfaces are overly bright from a past light cleaning. Both the obverse and reverse still display plenty of mint frost, and the overall presentation of this scarcity

Lot: 285 - $1.00 Silver 1895-O Technically a strong VF

$1.00 Silver 1895-O Technically a strong VF with typical/somewhat below average surface quality. Both the obverse and reverse however, have been noticeably cleaned thus limiting the appeal. Scarce and quite collectible nonetheless, especially as

Lot: 286 - $1.00 Silver 1896-S NGC MS63

$1.00 Silver 1896-S NGC MS63. This fresh, wholly velvet-like example is accented by a hint of delicate golden toning on either side. An extremely scarce date at this elevated grade level, and quite rare within the full Gem category (full Gems

Lot: 287 - $1.00 Silver 1898 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1898 PCGS MS65 and quite nice for the grade. Wholly white, velvet-satin surfaces are sharp and quite pleasing to the eye. Est. $140.

Lot: 288 - $1.00 Silver 1898 PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1898 PCGS MS65. The surface quality of this sharp Gem is arguably that of an even higher grade. The reverse is just a bit subdued by pale golden-tan toning, thus the designated grade. Est. $140.

Lot: 289 - Pair of PCGS Certified Near Gem 1898 Morgan

A Pair of PCGS Certified Near Gem 1898 Morgan Dollars. Both are graded PCGS MS64, and both are untoned "high end" specimens. A total of 2 coins. Est. $120.

Lot: 290 - A New Orleans Mint ICG Certified Morgan Dollar

A New Orleans Mint ICG Certified Morgan Dollar Foursome: 1898-O, 1901-O, 1902-O, 1904-O. The first and last grade ICG MS62; the second and third ICG MS63. All are satiny and solid for their given grades. A total of 4 coins. Est. $180.

Lot: 291 - A Better Date Morgan Dollar Duo

A Better Date Morgan Dollar Duo: 1899 F/VF in terms of wear. There are signs of past cleaning, and the surfaces are a bit rough; 1902-S A strong VF or better with more than its fair share of mint frost still evident in the devices. A total of 2

Lot: 292 - $1.00 Silver 1899-S Choice BU or better

$1.00 Silver 1899-S Choice BU or better from the standpoint of visual presentation and consigned too late for certification. Though we are impressed by the overall appeal of this very scarce coin, we fear that some ever so faint hairlines at the

Lot: 293 - $1.00 Silver 1901-S NGC MS61.

$1.00 Silver 1901-S NGC MS61. Though the surfaces of this scarce coin show typical obverse bag abrasions, there is a full measure of cartwheel-satin lustre on either side. The reverse furthermore, is that of a Choice specimen. Est. $420.

Lot: 294 - $1.00 Silver 1901-S Ch AU

$1.00 Silver 1901-S Ch AU and just a whisper away from a full Mint State distinction. Take a very close look at this specimen, as it requires careful scrutiny to detect any trivial hint of wear at the highest points of the design. Assertive,

Lot: 295 - $1.00 Silver 1903-O NGC MS63.

$1.00 Silver 1903-O NGC MS63. Ever so delicate lavender-golden toning augments rich satiny mint bloom. A scarce date in all grades, and even more so at or above the quality level offered here. Est. $340.

Lot: 296 - A Half Dozen Scarce 1903-S Silver Dollars.

A Half Dozen Scarce 1903-S Silver Dollars. Each coin in this grouping falls within the VF-EF grade range. All exhibit pale grey color from having been brightened at some point in the past, however there are no signs of harsh cleaning. A great

Lot: 297 - $1.00 Silver 1904-O NGC MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1904-O NGC MS65. This chisel-sharp, "blast-white" example features a glint of semi-reflectivity in the fields on either side. Est. $110.

Lot: 298 - $1.00 Silver 1904-S PCGS MS63.

$1.00 Silver 1904-S PCGS MS63. A balanced, even strike complements surface quality that is more akin to a Near Gem example. Satiny lustre is just a trifle pale, and that may account for the designated grade, as this coin definitely warrants upgrade

Lot: 299 - Partial Circulated Roll of 1904-S Morgan Dollars

A Partial Circulated Roll of 1904-S Morgan Dollars. All easily fall within the Fine+ to VF+ grade range, however all display rather pale color from past light cleaning. A total of 14 pieces of this uncommon date, and seldom encountered in any

Lot: 300 - Assortment of Silver Dollars

An Assortment of Silver Dollars, the dates of which are: 1884-S, 1921-S, 1922 (4), 1922-S, 1923 (3), 1923-S (2), 1925, and 1926-D. Every coin falls within the VG to Ch AU grade range with the exception of one 1923 that we grade AG. A total of 14

Lot: 301 - Partial Set of Peace Dollars (1921-1935)

A Partial Set of Peace Dollars (1921-1935) lacking only the following dates: 1922-D, 1925-S, 1926, 1926-D, 1927-S, 1928, and 1928-S. The grades generally range from VF to Ch AU, though the majority of the coins show signs of cleaning. The scarce 1921

Lot: 302 - $1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. ANACS AU58.

$1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. ANACS AU58. Only light friction is evident on this scarce one year type coin. Silvery-white fields and design elements enjoy plenty of icy mint frost. Est. $150.

Lot: 303 - A Peace Dollar Pairing

A Peace Dollar Pairing composed of: 1921 Essentially Unc in terms of wear, however the surfaces reveal some light hairlines under scrutiny and there are a couple of thin central reverse toning streaks; 1924 BU and toned an olive-gold on either side.

Lot: 304 - $1.00 Silver GSA. 1922 NGC MS63

$1.00 Silver GSA. 1922 NGC MS63 and housed in its original GSA soft-pack holder of issue. Toned a pale gold over satiny lustre. Scarce in this GSA format. Est. $100.

Lot: 305 - $1.00 Silver 1923 NGC MS65+

$1.00 Silver 1923 NGC MS65+ and a splendid premium quality specimen. This silken-velvet coin is a clear upgrade candidate, as its strike, surface quality and visual allure are all outstanding. Est. $170.

Lot: 306 - $1.00 Silver 1923 PCGS MS65+ CAC

$1.00 Silver 1923 PCGS MS65+ CAC and ever so close to an even loftier grade. Delicate golden toning augments underlying silken-velvet radiance. Premium quality, and enjoying large incremental changes in value for very small incremental changes in

Lot: 307 - $1.00 Silver 1923 NGC MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1923 NGC MS65. Chisel-sharp surfaces are aglow in rolling-satiny mint bloom. A wisp of overlying delicate gold completes its countenance. Est. $90

Lot: 308 - $1.00 Silver 1923 NGC MS65

$1.00 Silver 1923 NGC MS65. Splashes of light russet toning accompany bold, satiny surfaces. Est. $85.

Lot: 309 - $1.00 Silver 1923 NGC MS65

$1.00 Silver GSA. 1923 NGC MS63 and housed in its original GSA soft-pack holder of issue. Satiny surfaces exhibit pale golden toning intermingled with a scattering of deeper watery spots on either side. Very seldom encountered in this format. Est.

Lot: 310 - $1.00 Silver 1925 NGC MS65

$1.00 Silver 1925 NGC MS65 and easily warranting the assigned numerical grade. Meticulous definition and smooth, balanced surfaces are completed by a subtle blush of mauve-gold. Est. $90

Lot: 311 - $1.00 Silver 1925-S NGC MS62

$1.00 Silver 1925-S NGC MS62. Dense velvet-like mint lustre characterizes this scarcer San Francisco Mint example. The strike is rather typical for the date, as is the obverse surface quality. Est. $110.

Lot: 312 - $1.00 Silver 1925-S NGC MS62

$1.00 Silver 1926-D NGC MS63. Here is a Choice example that offers a very bold strike and an abundance of rolling silky-satin vibrance. Scarce. Est. $180.

Lot: 313 - $1.00 Silver 1927-S NGC MS62

$1.00 Silver 1927-S NGC MS62. The reverse of this velvet-like scarcity is that of a Choice or better example. The obverse reveals some typical central bagmarks that make the assigned grading justifiable. Est. $250

Lot: 314 - $1.00 Silver 1928 NGC UNC Details, Cleaned.

$1.00 Silver 1928 NGC UNC Details, Cleaned. The surfaces of this assertive, satiny specimen indeed show evidence of light cleaning on either side, however the overall presentation is quite noteworthy. A scarce "key" date that always warrants plenty

Lot: 315 - $1.00 Silver 1928-S NGC MS62.

$1.00 Silver 1928-S NGC MS62. Some subtle obverse slide marks are detectable on this otherwise Very Choice example, thus the assigned grading. Nicely struck, fully lustrous, and quite scarce. Est. $200.

Lot: 316 - Mixed Date Copper-Nickel Eisenhower Dollar

A Mixed Date Copper-Nickel Eisenhower Dollar Accumulation. This lot contains a variety of common dates, all within the AU-BU condition range. A total of 83 coins. Est. $100.

Lot: 317 - Complete Set of Susan B. Anthony Dollars

A Complete Set of Susan B. Anthony Dollars (1979-1999). This set includes all of the major varieties including the scarce 1979-P Near Date, 1979-S Type II Proof and 1981-S Type II Proof. The business strikes are all BU or better, and the proofs are

Lot: 318 - Pair of Scarcer 1979-P Near Date Susan B. Anthony

A Pair of Scarcer 1979-P Near Date Susan B. Anthony Dollars plus a smattering of other items. The Near Date Dollars both grade Ch BU. A 1979-P Far Date Dollar is also included for comparison purposes. Additional items in this lot are $1.00 SBA 1981-S

Lot: 319 - Trio of 1981-S Type II Proof Susan B. Anthony

A Trio of 1981-S Type II Proof Susan B. Anthony Dollars Still Housed in their Original Proof Sets. This lot contains two sets in which the Dollar and Quarter bear a Type II mintmark, and one set in which the Dollar, Quarter, and Dime bear a Type II

Lot: 320 - Starter Collection of Certified Susan B. Anthony

A Starter Collection of Certified Susan B. Anthony (2), Sacagawea (4), and Presidential Dollars (12). This lot is free of any duplication, as every coin is different as to date, type, finish, or edge orientation. We count 10 PCGS, 7 NGC, and 1 ICG

Lot: 321 - Pair of Presidential Dollar Error Coins

A Pair of Presidential Dollar Error Coins: (2009) Zachary Taylor. Missing Edge Lettering, PCGS MS66; (2010) Millard Fillmore. Missing Edge Lettering, PCGS MS65. A total of 2 coins, both of which are sharp and vibrant. Est. $80.

Lot: 322 - Presidential Dollar "Everything Presidential" Set

A Presidential Dollar "Everything Presidential" Set (2007-2010) in a handsome locking wooden display box. This set contains the P and D Mint business strikes, the S-Mint proof, as well as the satin finish P and D Mint coins placed into the mint sets

Lot: 323 - Presidential Dollar Promotional Hoard

A Presidential Dollar Promotional Hoard. This lot features Franklin Mint Presidential Dollar 4-pc promotional sets with many of the coins being gold-plated, a handful of U.S. Mint Presidential Dollar sets, three U.S. Mint 25-pc wrapped BU rolls, and

Lot: 324 - $1.00 Gold 1874 NGC MS63.

$1.00 Gold 1874 NGC MS63. We spy a few tiny reverse marks between the last digit in the date and the inside of the adjacent wreath. This smooth, satiny, light orange-golden specimen would otherwise easily be deserving of an even higher grade. Est.

Lot: 325 - $2.50 Gold 1836 An honest, wonderfully wholesome

$2.50 Gold 1836 An honest, wonderfully wholesome EF example of this short-lived Classic Head type. The surfaces of this handsome coin still retain plenty of original "dirt" in the devices, as well as their fair share of muted mint frost. A great

Lot: 326 - $2.50 Gold 1845 A strong AU

$2.50 Gold 1845 A strong AU from the standpoint of wear. Although there is evidence of a light cleaning, this scarce earlier date Quarter Eagle enjoys bold definition and more than its fair share of retained frosty mint bloom. Moreover, a

Lot: 327 - $2.50 Gold 1873 Closed 3. PCGS MS62

$2.50 Gold 1873 Closed 3. PCGS MS62 and solid for the grade. Icy mint frost abounds on this nicely balanced, Near Choice specimen. This Closed 3 variety is many times scarcer at this condition level than its more frequently seen Open 3 cousin. Est.

Lot: 328 - $2.50 Gold 1906 NGC MS63.

$2.50 Gold 1906 NGC MS63. Here is a pleasant deep yellow-golden specimen characterized by meticulous definition and plenty of icy-satin mint lustre. Est. $340.

Lot: 329 - $2.50 Gold 1913 Ch. EF

$2.50 Gold 1913 Ch. EF and offering honest, original surfaces that still cling to areas of muted mint frost within the devices. Est. $240.

Lot: 330 - $2.50 Gold 1927 A frosty, solid AU

$2.50 Gold 1927 A frosty, solid AU example that still offers plenty of vibrance. Est. $250.

Lot: 331 - $5.00 Gold 1806 Round Top 6, 7 x 6 Stars. PCGS

$5.00 Gold 1806 Round Top 6, 7 x 6 Stars. PCGS XF40 CAC. Here is an exceptional example at its given condition level. Hints of orange-golden toning accent devices that still retain areas of original "dirt" in the devices. The strike is even, and the

Lot: 332 - $5.00 Gold 1893-CC Detail of a strong EF

$5.00 Gold 1893-CC Detail of a strong EF, however there is evidence of cleaning on both the obverse and reverse. The definition remains bold, and traces of coppery toning still cling to the most protected portions of the design. Carson City Half

Lot: 333 - $5.00 Gold 1900 NGC MS61.

$5.00 Gold 1900 NGC MS61. Sharp orange-golden surfaces exude icy mint frost. Housed in an earlier style NGC holder. Est. $340.

Lot: 334 - $5.00 Gold 1902-S NGC MS63.

$5.00 Gold 1902-S NGC MS63. The surface quality of this assertive velvet-like example certainly justify the assigned numerical grade. Est. $380.

Lot: 335 - $5.00 Gold 1909-D PCGS MS62

$5.00 Gold 1909-D PCGS MS62. Here is an assertive orange-golden example that exudes an ample measure of fresh, frosty mint bloom on both the obverse and reverse. Est. $460.

Lot: 336 - $10.00 Gold 1888-S VF/EF

$10.00 Gold 1888-S VF/EF or a bit better with respect to wear. The devices retain more than ample mint frost, however the color is a bit on the pale side from a past brightening. Est. $625.

Lot: 337 - $10.00 Gold 1897 A strong EF

$10.00 Gold 1897 A strong EF from the standpoint of wear. A few thin scratches are visible in the left reverse field, and there is evidence of a very gentle cleaning. Est. $600.

Lot: 338 - $10.00 Gold 1905-S VF/EF

$10.00 Gold 1905-S VF/EF and showing even overall wear that accompanies a significant degree of retained mint frost in the devices. Est. $625.

Lot: 339 - $20.00 Gold 1904 NGC MS65+.

$20.00 Gold 1904 NGC MS65+. This lovely Gem features outstanding definition and a full measure of luxuriant satin-silk mint bloom. Really quite nice, especially for a survivor of this large, very exposed design. Est. $2600.

Lot: 340 - $20.00 Gold 1924 PCGS MS65.

$20.00 Gold 1924 PCGS MS65. Glistening satiny mint lustre complements orange-golden surfaces. Est. $1500.

Lot: 341 - $20.00 Gold 1924 PCGS MS65.

$20.00 Gold 1924 PCGS MS65. This deep yellow-golden example features assertive definition on both the obverse and reverse. Est. $1500.

Lot: 342 - $20.00 Gold 1924 PCGS MS65.

$20.00 Gold 1924 PCGS MS65. Rich icy-satin bloom bathes balanced fields and devices on either side of this Gem. Est. $1500.

Lot: 343 - $20.00 Gold 1924 NGC MS63

$20.00 Gold 1924 NGC MS63 and housed in an early "fat" holder. We see a trivial obverse rim mark at 8:30, however the surfaces and presentation certainly warrant the assigned grade. In fact, the reverse is arguably that of a full Gem by the standards

Lot: 344 - $20.00 Gold 1927 NGC MS65

$20.00 Gold 1927 NGC MS65 and a splendid example encapsulated in a very early NGC holder prior to the inclusion of holograms on the reverse. A wholly "virgin", Gem coin that features wonderfully fresh silken-velvet lustre and excellent surface

Lot: 345 - 50c Commemorative 1936 Bay Bridge. Ch BU

50c Commemorative 1936 Bay Bridge. Ch BU and offering plenty of frosty mint bloom beneath a wispy blush of lavender-golden toning. Est. $130.

Lot: 346 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 Elgin, NGC MS64

50c Commemorative. 1936 Elgin, NGC MS64 and quite solid for the assigned grade. A wisp of ever so delicate toning accents underlying luxuriant velvet-satin mint bloom. Est. $140.

Lot: 347 - 50c Commemorative 1946 Iowa. PCGS MS66.

50c Commemorative 1946 Iowa. PCGS MS66. A ever so delicate blush of lilac augments unencumbered, luxuriant satiny lustre. Est. $100.

Lot: 348 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 Lynchburg, NGC MS64.

50c Commemorative. 1936 Lynchburg, NGC MS64. Delicate golden fields and design elements offer an unbroken abundance of underlying rich mint frost. Est. $190.

Lot: 349 - 50c Commemorative 1936-S Rhode Island. PCI MS62,

50c Commemorative 1936-S Rhode Island. PCI MS62, 90% Toned. The coin is not nearly as deeply toned as the PCI insert would imply. Pale to medium russet-golden toning is a bit deeper at the peripheries. Est. $85.

Lot: 350 - 50c Commemorative 1935-S San Diego. PCGS MS64

50c Commemorative 1935-S San Diego. PCGS MS64 and an assertive specimen. Full icy-frost accompanies the slightest wisp of golden toning. Est. $85.

Lot: 351 - 50c Commemorative 1936-D San Diego. PCGS MS66.

50c Commemorative 1936-D San Diego. PCGS MS66. The subtlest hint of delicate toning accents surfaces that are immersed in wonderfully rich silken-velvet lustre. Est. $125.

Lot: 352 - 50c Commemorative. 1927 Vermont PCGS MS65

50c Commemorative. 1927 Vermont PCGS MS65. Here is a handsome specimen that enjoys rich smoldering golden hues on both the obverse and reverse. Est. $360.

Lot: 353 - A Commemorative Half Dollar Foursome

A Commemorative Half Dollar Foursome composed of: 1946 BTW, 1946-D BTW, 1952 BTW/GWC, 1953-S BTW/GWC. All are within the Choice to Gem BU grade range and all are still sealed in flips from a prior auction appearance in the November 1974 Bowers and

Lot: 354 - $1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1903 Louisiana Purchase,

$1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1903 Louisiana Purchase, Jefferson. PCGS MS66+ CAC. We encourage close inspection of this lovely jewel, as the surface quality, lustre, and visual allure are truly exceptional, even for a survivor at this lofty condition

Lot: 355 - $2.50 Gold Commemorative. 1926 Sesquicentennial

$2.50 Gold Commemorative. 1926 Sesquicentennial PCGS MS64. The surfaces of this handsome Near Gem are sharp, fresh, and immersed in luxuriant satin-velvet mint bloom. Est. $550.

Lot: 356 - $2.50 Gold Commemorative, 1926 Sesquicentennial.

$2.50 Gold Commemorative, 1926 Sesquicentennial. AU or better from the standpoint of wear, however this specimen shows signs of past cleaning and likely spent a portion of its life as a jewelry coin. The surfaces remain unmolested and this example

Lot: 357 - A Starter Set of Modern Commemorative Half Dollars

A Starter Set of Modern Commemorative Half Dollars composed of : 1991 Mount Rushmore Proof and BU, 1993 World War II Proof and BU, 1994 World Cup Proof and BU, 1995 Civil War Proof and BU, and a 1995 Olympic Baseball Proof. A total of 9 coins, all in

Lot: 358 - Utilitarian Partial Set of Modern Commemorative

A Utilitarian Partial Set of Modern Commemorative Silver Dollars as Follows: 1983 Olympic Proof, 1984 Olympic Proof, 1988 Olympic Proof and BU, 1991 Mount Rushmore Proof and BU, 1993 World War II Proof and BU, 1994 World Cup Proof and BU, 1995 Civil

Lot: 359 - U.S. Modern Commemorative 1994 Veterans 3-pc Proof

U.S. Modern Commemorative 1994 Veterans 3-pc Proof Silver Dollar Set. An essentially untoned set housed in its original box with COA. Est. $95

Lot: 360 - U.S. Modern Commemorative 1994 Veterans 3-pc Proof

U.S. Modern Commemorative 1994 Veterans 3-pc Proof Silver Dollar Set. A second delicately toned set housed in its original box with COA. Est. $95

Lot: 361 - U. S. Modern Commemorative 1994 Veterans 3-pc BU

U. S. Modern Commemorative 1994 Veterans 3-pc BU Silver Dollar Set. An untoned set still mounted in its original box of issue with COA. Est. $90.

Lot: 362 - $1.00 Silver Commemorative. 1995-D Paralympic PCGS

$1.00 Silver Commemorative. 1995-D Paralympic PCGS MS70. A hint of delicate golden toning accents perfect surface quality. The PCGS Price Guide value is $115. Est. $70.

Lot: 363 - Modern Commemoratives. 1995 Olympic 4-pc Mint

Modern Commemoratives. 1995 Olympic 4-pc Mint State Set comprised of: $5.00 Gold Torch Runner, $1.00 Silver Blind Runner, $1.00 Silver Track and Field (this coin actually is part of the 4-pc set that includes the $5.00 Stadium and has been

Lot: 364 - Modern Commemoratives. 1996 Olympic 4-pc Proof Set

Modern Commemoratives. 1996 Olympic 4-pc Proof Set containing: $5.00 Gold Flag Bearer, $1.00 Silver Tennis, $1.00 Silver Wheelchair, and 50c Swimmer. A total of 4 coins mounted in the original box of issue with paperwork. Est. $450.

Lot: 365 - An Elusive 1996 Mint State Olympic 4-pc Set

An Elusive 1996 Mint State Olympic 4-pc Set comprised of: $5.00 Gold Cauldron, $1.00 Silver High Jump, $1.00 Silver Rowing, and 50c Soccer. This Uncirculated set is one of the key issues in the 4-pc commemorative set series, and enjoys a Grey Sheet

Lot: 366 - $5.00 Gold Commemorative. 1997-W Jackie Robinson.

$5.00 Gold Commemorative. 1997-W Jackie Robinson. PCGS PR69 DCAM. A hint of delicate orange-golden toning accents deep cameo devices. Popular and assigned a premium on the Grey Sheet (Grey Sheet Bid = $400). Est. $360.

Lot: 367 - Modern Commemoratives. 1997 Jackie Robinson 2-pc

Modern Commemoratives. 1997 Jackie Robinson 2-pc Proof Set containing the $5.00 gold piece and Silver Dollar. Housed in the original box of issue (no COA). Worthy of a premium and bearing a Grey Sheet Bid value of $445. Est. $400.

Lot: 368 - trio of 1998 50th Anniversary Four-Piece Kennedy

A trio of 1998 50th Anniversary Four-Piece Kennedy Half Dollar Sets. Each contains a silver Uncirculated, Enhanced Uncirculated, Proof, and Enhanced Proof Kennedy Half Dollar. A total of 3 sets, all in their original U.S. Mint boxes with paperwork.

Lot: 369 - $10.00 Modern Commemorative

$10.00 Modern Commemorative. 2000 Library of Congress Bimetallic Superb Gem Proof. This issue features a platinum center (.25 oz APW) with an outer ring of gold (.25 oz AGW). Housed in the original box of issue (no COA). The Grey Sheet Bid value =

Lot: 370 - $5.00 Gold Commemorative. 2001 Capitol Visitor

$5.00 Gold Commemorative. 2001 Capitol Visitor Center. Superb Gem BU and housed in the original box of issue with COA. One of the Key issues in the modern commemorative gold series, and one of only 6761 business strikes minted. The Grey Sheet Bid

Lot: 371 - Pair of Certified 2014-P Baseball Hall of Fame

A Pair of Certified 2014-P Baseball Hall of Fame Modern Commemorative Silver Dollars. This lot contains both an NGC PF70 Ultra Cameo Early Release and NGC MS70, both of which bear the National Baseball Hall of Fame logo on their insert. A total of 2

Lot: 372 - California Fractional Gold. $1.00 Octagonal

California Fractional Gold. $1.00 Octagonal Liberty Head. 1853 BG-519 (Low R-4). PCGS AU58 and pedigreed to the Bass Collection on the insert. Deep yellow-golden surfaces offer their share of satiny underlying lustre. Est. $600.

Lot: 373 - California Fractional Gold. 25c Octagonal Indian

California Fractional Gold. 25c Octagonal Indian Head. 1852 BG-799U, NGC MS66. Sharp, delicately toned, and semi-reflective. Finding a finer example would be very challenging indeed. NGC has graded only 3 pieces at this condition level, and a single

Lot: 374 - California Fractional Gold. 25c Round Liberty

California Fractional Gold. 25c Round Liberty Head. 1870 BG-835 (R-3). PCGS MS62. A delicate blush of coppery toning and an underlying glint of reflectivity characterize this affordable example. Est. $260.

Lot: 375 - NGC Certified Business Strike Silver Eagle Set

A Pleasing NGC Certified Business Strike Silver Eagle Set (1986-2002). The set contains one coin of each date, all of which are graded NGC MS69. The scarce 1996 is included, and the cumulative MS69 Grey Sheet Bid value is $574. A total of 17 coins.

Lot: 376 - Set of Mint State Silver Eagles (1986-2016) plus

A Set of Mint State Silver Eagles (1986-2016) plus some duplicates. This set contains one coin of each date (no W mint coins) plus an additional four later date duplicates. Every coin is Gem BU including the scarce 1994 and 1996. A total of 45 coins

Lot: 377 - Three Certified Silver Eagles

Three Certified Silver Eagles as follows: 1986 PCGS MS69; 2007-W NGC MS69; 2010 PCGS MS69 First Strike. A total of 3 coins. Est. $90.

Lot: 378 - 1 oz Silver Eagle 1997 PCGS MS70.

1 oz Silver Eagle 1997 PCGS MS70. This wholly white, perfect specimen is RARE by any standards at this exalted grade level, particularly when housed in a PCGS holder. The Grey Sheet and Blue Sheet values for this date and grade are $2750 and $2500

Lot: 379 - An NGC Certified Proof Silver Eagle Sextet

An NGC Certified Proof Silver Eagle Sextet containing one of each date from 2003-W through 2008-W. All are graded NGC PF70 Ultra Cameo. The final coin is also designated as an Early Release. A total of 6 coins featuring a cumulative Grey Sheet PF70

Lot: 380 - An NGC MS69 Silver Eagle Twosome

An NGC MS69 Silver Eagle Twosome: 2006 NGC MS69. The insert indicates that this coin is "one of the first 50,000 Struck". The total mintage of this date was well over 10.5 million pieces; 2012-(S) NGC MS69 Early Release. A total of 2 coins. Est. $55.

Lot: 381 - Modern One Ounce Silver Eagle. 2009 NGC MS70

Modern One Ounce Silver Eagle. 2009 NGC MS70 Early Release and of lovely quality. The Grey Sheet Bid value for this more elusive date and grade is $110. Est. $100.

Lot: 382 - A Pair of PCGS Certified 2011 25th Anniversary

A Pair of PCGS Certified 2011 25th Anniversary First Strike Silver Eagles as follows: 2011 PCGS MS70 First Strike; 2011-W PCGS MS70 First Strike. Both coins feature the signature of John Mercanti (12th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint) on their

Lot: 383 - A Duo of 2011 25th Anniversary Perfectly Graded

A Duo of 2011 25th Anniversary Perfectly Graded NGC Silver Eagles. Both are NGC MS70 Early Release examples, however each bears a different design NGC insert. A total of 2 coins enjoying a cumulative $132 Grey Sheet Bid value. Est. $120.

Lot: 384 - A Pair of Perfectly Graded PCGS Silver Eagles:

A Pair of Perfectly Graded PCGS Silver Eagles: 2011-W PCGS MS70 First Strike; 2013 PCGS MS70 First Strike. A total of 2 coins bearing a cumulative $133 Grey Sheet Bid value. Est. $120

Lot: 385 - PCGS Certified 2012 Silver Eagle duo

A PCGS Certified 2012 Silver Eagle duo composed of: 2012-(S) Struck at San Francisco, 2012-(W) Struck at West Point. Both are graded PCGS MS70 First Strike. A total of 2 coins, the cumulative PCGS Price Guide value of which is $138. Est. $110

Lot: 386 - A Pair of 2012 San Francisco Eagle Set Proof

A Pair of 2012 San Francisco Eagle Set Proof Silver Eagles including: 2012-S NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo in a special Black NGC holder; 2012-S Reverse Proof, NGC PF66. A total of 2 coins. Est. $110.

Lot: 387 - Perfectly Graded NGC Silver Eagle Pairing

A Perfectly Graded NGC Silver Eagle Pairing as follows: 2013-(W) NGC MS70 First Release and designated as being "From Mint Sealed Box #4"; 2013 NGC MS70. A total of 2 coins. Est. $110

Lot: 388 - ANACS Certified 2013-W Two-Piece Silver Eagle Set

An ANACS Certified 2013-W Two-Piece Silver Eagle Set comprised of: 2013-W Enhanced Uncirculated, ANACS EU70 First Release; 2013-W Reverse Proof, ANACS RP70 DCAM. A total of 2 coins in the set housed in individual ANACS holders, and numbered as set

Lot: 389 - ANACS Graded Silver Eagle Trio

An ANACS Graded Silver Eagle Trio, all mounted in individual custom wooden boxes containing: 2016-W ANACS PR70 DCAM First Day of Issue; 2016-W ANACS SP70; 2017 ANACS MS70 First Day of Issue. A total of 3 coins that carry a significant catalogue value

Lot: 390 - ANACS Certified 2016 First Release Silver Eagle

An ANACS Certified 2016 First Release Silver Eagle 3-Coin Set as follows: 2016-W ANACS PR70 DCAM; 2016-(W) ANACS MS70; 2016-W ANACS SP70. A total of 3 pieces, all of which are certified as Set #139 of 269 such First Release sets graded by ANACS. Est.

Lot: 391 - Threesome of 2016 Two-piece 30th Anniversary

A Threesome of 2016 Two-piece 30th Anniversary Silver Eagle Sets. Each set contains a 2016-W Proof and 2016-W Burnished Silver Eagle. A total of 3 sets, all in their original U.S. Mint boxes of issue with papers. Est. $190.

Lot: 392 - PCGS U.S. Modern Eagle 30th Anniversary 2016

A PCGS U.S. Modern Eagle 30th Anniversary 2016 Bimetallic Set containing both a Silver Eagle and a 1/10 oz Gold Eagle. Both coins are housed in a special 2-coin First Day of Issue PCGS holder, and both are graded MS70. Est. $200.

Lot: 393 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 1999 1/10 oz Gold Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 1999 1/10 oz Gold Eagle. NGC MS70. A sharp, splendid example. Est. $160.

Lot: 394 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 2017 1/10 oz Gold Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 2017 1/10 oz Gold Eagle. NGC MS70 First Day of Issue. The insert also bears the autograph of 11th Chief Engraver of The Mint Elizabeth Jones. Est. $160.

Lot: 395 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 2017 1/10 oz Gold Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 2017 1/10 oz Gold Eagle. NGC MS70 First Day of Issue. The insert also bears the autograph of 12th Chief Engraver of The Mint John M. Mercanti. Est. $160.

Lot: 396 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 2017 1/10 oz Gold Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 2017 1/10 oz Gold Eagle. NGC MS70 First Day of Issue. The insert also bears the autograph of 38th Director of The Mint Edmund C. Moy. Est. $160.

Lot: 397 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2005 1/4 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2005 1/4 oz Eagle. PCGS MS69 First Strike. Essentially perfect surfaces feature a rich shade of overlying orange-gold. Est. $320.

Lot: 398 - An Accumulation of 40% Silver Proof Eisenhower

An Accumulation of 40% Silver Proof Eisenhower Dollars as follows: 1971 (13), 1972 (3). All are in the original U.S. Mint boxes. A total of 16 pieces. Est. $110.

Lot: 399 - A Small Cache of 1973-S 40% Silver Proof

A Small Cache of 1973-S 40% Silver Proof Eisenhower Dollars. Every coin is still housed in its original plastic holder (no boxes). Nearly every coin shows light to delicate toning. One bears a small obverse spot, and a couple show minor cracks in the

Lot: 400 - U.S. Proof Sets

U.S. Proof Sets as follows: 1957 (2), 1958, 1969, 1963. A total of 5 sets, all in lucite holders. Some of the holders show glue deposits and/or are missing screws. The silver coins show areas or pale to moderate toning in many cases. Est. $90.

Lot: 401 - U.S. Proof Sets

An Array of U.S. Proof Sets consisting of: 1969 (2), 1975, 1976 (3), 1978, 1979 Type I, 1979 Type II (Scarce), 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 (2), 1989 (2), 1990, 1991, 1992, 1994, 2003, 2005, 2010, 2011. A total of 28 sets, all of

Lot: 402 - U.S. Proof Sets

A Selection of U.S. Proof Sets, all of which contain silver coins: 1976 3-pc (3), 1986 Prestige, 1999 Silver, 2007 Silver, 2009 Silver, 2011 Silver. A total of 8 sets, all in their original holders. Est. $250.

Lot: 403 - VERY RARE 1990 No S 1c Proof Set

A VERY RARE 1990 No S 1c Proof Set. This set is one of a very small number struck that lacks the S mintmark on the Lincoln Cent. Still housed in its original government holder with box and COA, every coin in this enticing set is untoned and quite

Lot: 404 - Trio of 1992 Prestige Set

A Trio of 1992 Prestige Sets. All are still in their original boxes with the COA. A total of 3 sets. Est. $110.

Lot: 405 - Dozen Copper-Nickel Statehood Quarter Proof Sets

A Dozen Copper-Nickel Statehood Quarter Proof Sets consisting of: 2002, 2003 (2),2004 (3), 2005 (3), 2006 (2), 2007. All are in their original plastic holders of issue (no boxes). A total of 12 sets. Est. $40.

Lot: 406 - Silver Statehood, Territorial, and National Park

An Accumulation of Silver Statehood, Territorial, and National Park Proof Quarter Sets as follows: 2002, 2003 (2), 2004 (3), 2005 (3), 2006 (2), 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010. All are housed in their plastic holders of issue (no boxes). A total of 15 sets

Lot: 407 - Assemblage of U.S. Mint 4-pc Presidential Dollar

An Assemblage of U.S. Mint 4-pc Presidential Dollar Proof Sets as follows: 2008, 2009, 2010 (6), 2011 (2), 2012 (2), 2013 (4). Every set is still housed in its original box of issue with COA. The 2012 Presidential Sets are particularly scarce. A

Lot: 408 - Selection of U.S. Mint Sets and Special Mint Sets

A Selection of U.S. Mint Sets and Special Mint Sets containing: 1965 SMS (4) with no outer envelopes, 1966 SMS (3), 1967 SMS (3) one with no outer box, 1968, 1971 (4), 1974, 1975, 1976, 1976 3-pc (2), 1977, 1978 (3), 1979, 1980, 1981 (2), 1985, 1987,

Lot: 409 - Scottsdale Mint .999 Fine Silver One Kilo (32.154

An Impressive Scottsdale Mint .999 Fine Silver One Kilo (32.154 oz ASW) Bar. The design of the bar is interesting, and evidently is intended to thwart potential counterfeiters. Est. $500.

Lot: 410 - Small Original BU Roll assortment

A Small Original BU Roll assortment as follows: 5c 1959-D, 1960-D, 1961-D; 25c 1999-P Delaware, 1999-D Pennsylvania, 2002-P Ohio, 2002-P Tennessee, 2002-D Tennessee; 50c 1976 Bicentennial of uncertain mintmark (2), 1979-D (2). Also included is an

Lot: 411 - 2013 and 2014 U.S. Mint First Spouse Bronze Medal

2013 and 2014 U.S. Mint First Spouse Bronze Medal Sets in their original packaging and envelopes with all pertinent paperwork. The former set contains five medals, and the latter four. Though many of the earlier medals in this series are quite easy

Lot: 412 - Small Accumulation of U.S. Mint Products

A Small Accumulation of U.S. Mint Products as follows: Proof Sets of 1956, 1959 (no envelope, 1962 (no envelope), 1991 (2), 1992, 1999, 2002, 2002 Quarters (2), 2003 Quarters; Mint Set of 1990; 40% Silver Ike Dollars including 1971 Blue, 1974 Blue,

Lot: 413 - Small Single Row Box of Primarily U.S. Silver

A Small Single Row Box of Primarily U.S. Silver Coinage. This lot contains a total of $16.10 face value in 90% silver U.S. coinage (some of which is Uncirculated), and $20.50 face value in U.S. 40% silver half dollars. Also included is one 25-pc roll

Lot: 414 - Eclectic Quintet of Certified Mostly U.S. Coinage

An Eclectic Quintet of Certified Mostly U.S. Coinage from four different grading services comprised of: 1c 1909 VDB NTC MS65 RD and offering glowing satiny-red surfaces; 50c 2013-S PCGS PR69 DCAM; $1.00 1971-S 40% Silver ACG PR65; $1.00 Presidential

Lot: 415 - Small Silver Eagle and Medal Grouping

A Small Silver Eagle and Medal Grouping. This useful lot contains three BU 1-oz Silver Eagles (including two 1986 Eagles housed in philatelic-numismatic covers), four Sterling Silver U.S. Mint American Revolution Bicentennial Medals in their original

Lot: 416 - Assortment of Modern Silver Medals and New

An Assortment of Modern Silver Medals and New England Numismatic Association Conference and Convention Medals. There are nine sets of NENA medals, all dated from 1965 through 1973, and all of which contain at least one silver piece. Also included are

Lot: 417 - Interesting Medal Assortment

An Interesting Medal Assortment containing: a Danbury Mint General Douglas Mac Arthur sterling silver 1880-1964 commemorative medal with a first day cover mounted in a custom holder; a large 1836-1936 Bridgeport Centennial Exposition Medal;

Lot: 418 - Sets and Partial Sets of U.S. Coinage

Sets and Partial Sets of U.S. Coinage including: a partial set of Indian Cents (7 coins); two partial sets of Lincoln Cents (1909-1940) one containing 83 of 89 coins, and the other containing 56 coins; two partial sets of late date Lincoln Cents

Lot: 419 - Medium-sized Box of Numismatic Enjoyment

A Medium-sized Box of Numismatic Enjoyment. This box will provide the successful bidder with an interesting blend of both U.S. promotional items and bulk coinage. The contents includes: a 5-pc "Ultimate JFK Collection"; a 2-pc colorized "Dollars of

Lot: 420 - Catch-All U.S. Balance of Consignment Mixture

A Catch-All U.S. Balance of Consignment Mixture containing: partial sets of Lincoln Cents (1909-1964) and Jefferson Nickels (1939-1957) including ten war-time nickels; proof sets of 1973 (2) and 1981; a 1975 Mint Set; a 4-piece set of 2015-S

Lot: 421 - Partial Sets and Duplicates in Folders

Partial Sets and Duplicates in Folders including Indian Cents (25 coins), Lincoln Memorial Cents (59 coins), Liberty Head Nickels (13 coins), Buffalo Nickels (31 coins), Jefferson Nickels (55 coins including 10 wartime silver pieces), Mercury Dimes

Lot: 422 - Partial Sets and Duplicates in Folders

A Curious Tail End of Consignment Lot comprised of four Morgan Dollars, two 40% silver Ike Dollars, eighteen mixed world banknotes, plus a bit of additional material. Worthy of a look and well deserving of our sober estimate. Est. $100.

Lot: 423 - Assortment of Promotional Items in Folders

An Enticing Assortment of Promotional Items in Folders. Single coins in Promotional folders include: a British East India Company Copper salvaged from the wreck of the Admiral Gardner; a Boy Scouts of America Bronze Medal Philatelic-Numismatic Cover;

Lot: 424 - Curious Box of Numismatic Enjoyment

A Curious Box of Numismatic Enjoyment. This lot is a treasure-seekers delight, as the content is varied and offers more than its share of numismatic surprises. We see a few coin folders including a "50 Coins from 50 Countries" collection; some small

Lot: 425 - Full Set of 24 Karat Gold-plated Statehood and

A Splendid Full Set of 24 Karat Gold-plated Statehood and Territorial Quarters (1999-2009) housed in a lovely locking wooden display box. This set contains both the P and D Mint quarters of each date. The box is in mint condition, and contains




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