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Auctioneer Mitchell Auctions 516-442-0182
Auction Date Oct 19 Auction
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Lot: 1 - Judaea. Alexander Jannaeus (103-76 BC) Bronze

Judaea. Alexander Jannaeus (103-76 BC) Bronze Prutah. The Biblical "Widow's Mite" as read amongst the parables of Jesus (Mark 12:38-44). NGC VG and showing an anchor on the obverse and star on the reverse. Though smooth, the definition of this

Lot: 2 - Judaea, Bar Kokhba Revolt (132-135 AD) Medium

Judaea, Bar Kokhba Revolt (132-135 AD) Medium Bronze (25 mm). Year 1 (132-133 AD), ANACS VF35. The obverse depicts a seven-branched palm tree with two bunches of grapes; the reverse a vine leaf on a tendril. Varying shades of green and brown patina

Lot: 3 - Roman Empire. Faustina Senior (138-140/1 AD, 3.44

Roman Empire. Faustina Senior (138-140/1 AD, 3.44 grams) Silver Denarius, posthumous issue. NGC Ch AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5. The obverse portrays a bust facing right of Faustina; the reverse Ceres standing. Wonderfully smooth surfaces are boldly

Lot: 4 - Roman Empire. Lucilla (164-182/3 AD, 25.96 grams)

Roman Empire. Lucilla (164-182/3 AD, 25.96 grams) Bronze Sestertius. NGC XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5. The obverse depicts a bust of Lucilla facing right; the reverse Venus standing. The patina of this large bronze is an ideal medium chestnut-brown,

Lot: 5 - Octet of Mostly Larger Roman and Roman Provincial

An Interesting Octet of Mostly Larger Roman and Roman Provincial Bronzes. Among the contents are a Caecilus Metellus As, a Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius, an As of Nero, a Dupondius of Antoninius Pius, a holed Julia Domna Dupondius, and others. The

Lot: 6 - A Small Assemblage of Later Roman Small Bronze

A Small Assemblage of Later Roman Small Bronze Coinage. Most are unattributed though easily over half are attributable as to portrait and reverse type. We count 20 coins, the grades of which mostly range from Fair to Fine. Examination is highly

Lot: 7 - A Utilitarian Ancient Silver Coin Assemblage.

A Utilitarian Ancient Silver Coin Assemblage. This lot is most notably Imperial Roman material, though there are also Roman Republican, Greek (including a half dozen tiny Greek fractionals), and an Islamic coin. Essentially all are attributable, and

Lot: 8 - An Ancient Coinage Balance of Consignment Lot.

An Ancient Coinage Balance of Consignment Lot. Highlights of this lot include a large Ptolemaic Bronze, an unattributed Byzantine Silver Hexagram (possibly Constans II and Constantine IV), two small Judaean bronzes, a Roman provincial bronze, a small

Lot: 9 - Splendid Collection of Ancient and Early Coinage

A Splendid Collection of Ancient and Early Coinage housed in a single-row plastic storage box. The contents are heaviest in early Arab, Indian, and Ottoman material although we also see a coin or two from Rome, Judaea, and the Byzantine Empire. A

Lot: 10 - Algeria AH1241 (1826) Gold Sultani (KM-66, 3.2

Algeria AH1241 (1826) Gold Sultani (KM-66, 3.2 grams total weight). NGC XF Details, holed. This delicate coppery example has been holed in two places, probably for jewelry purposes. There also appears to be a small countermark (possibly a horsehead?)

Lot: 11 - Australia 1980 Gold $200 (KM-71, .2948 oz AGW).

Australia 1980 Gold $200 (KM-71, .2948 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof and in its original box of issue with papers. This type depicting a koala in a tree on the reverse was only struck for two years. Est. $420..

Lot: 12 - Austria, Breslau. 1714/3 Taler (Dav-1089).

Austria, Breslau. 1714/3 Taler (Dav-1089). NGC AU58 and offering lovely lilac-grey toning that wonderfully accents this well struck, highly compelling specimen. The slightest hint of high point friction is all that denies a full Mint State grading.

Lot: 13 - Austria 1892 Silver Florin (KM-2222, .3571 oz

Austria 1892 Silver Florin (KM-2222, .3571 oz ASW). NGC MS65 and a splendid example of this final year of type and denomination. A lovely blend of lavender-rose and golden iridescence embellishes a needle-sharp strike. NGC has certified only 12

Lot: 14 - Austria 1867-A Silver 2 Thaler (KM-2250, 1.0717 oz

Austria 1867-A Silver 2 Thaler (KM-2250, 1.0717 oz ASW). NGC MS62. Light lavender-grey interior toning is framed by wispy russet at the peripheries. This scarce, hefty double thaler is completed by assertive underlying definition and a hint of

Lot: 15 - Austria 1831-A Gold Ducat. Ribbons Behind Neck

Austria 1831-A Gold Ducat. Ribbons Behind Neck (KM-2172, .1107 oz AGW). NGC XF Details, Cleaned. Light cleaning is evident beneath delicate yellow-golden toning, and retained mint frost is still readily apparent in the more protected areas of the

Lot: 16 - Austria 1852-A Gold Ducat (KM-2263, .1107 oz AGW).

Austria 1852-A Gold Ducat (KM-2263, .1107 oz AGW). NGC MS64 and a simply splendid specimen. Chisel-sharp design features offer a degree of vibrant contrast against glowing liquid-satin fields. A simply outstanding coin in every respect. In fact, NGC

Lot: 17 - Austria 1908 Gold 4 Ducats (KM-2276, .4427 oz

Austria 1908 Gold 4 Ducats (KM-2276, .4427 oz AGW). NGC UNC Details, Bent and a large diameter, thin coin that reveals two subtle bends at the upper rim. This scarce, low mintage example otherwise offers sharp design elements and light field

Lot: 18 - Austria 1914 Gold 4 Ducats (KM-2276, .4427 oz

Austria 1914 Gold 4 Ducats (KM-2276, .4427 oz AGW). NGC MS62. Here is a fully struck, wholly fresh, rich yellow-golden example of this elusive non-restrike date. The open areas of the obverse field, as would be expected, show some shallow bagmarks,

Lot: 19 - Belgium 1877 Gold 20 Francs (KM-37, .1867 oz AGW).

Belgium 1877 Gold 20 Francs (KM-37, .1867 oz AGW). BU with strong claims to a fully Choice designation. The surfaces abound with icy mint frost. Est. $290.

Lot: 20 - Belgium 1914 Gold 20 Francs (KM-78, .1867 oz AGW).

Belgium 1914 Gold 20 Francs (KM-78, .1867 oz AGW). Legend in French. A fresh BU with a small obverse rim mark at 4:00. Est. $290.

Lot: 21 - Belize 1975 Gold $100 (KM-51, .0998 oz AGW).

Belize 1975 Gold $100 (KM-51, .0998 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof. This one year type coin is still mounted in its original Franklin Mint cachet and outer vinyl holder with slipcover. Est. $140.

Lot: 22 - Belize 1976 Gold $100 (KM-52, .0998 oz AGW).

Belize 1976 Gold $100 (KM-52, .0998 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof and a one year type coin, the design of which features ancient Mayan symbols on the reverse. Still mounted in the original Franklin Mint cachet and outer vinyl holder with slipcover. Est.

Lot: 23 - Bolivia 1808-PTS PJ Silver 8 Reales (KM-73, .7797

Bolivia 1808-PTS PJ Silver 8 Reales (KM-73, .7797 oz ASW) NGC AU58 and offering plenty of retained mint lustre on either side. We note a couple of areas of mild staining over otherwise well balanced surface quality. Est. $160.

Lot: 24 - Bolivia 1814-PTS PJ Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797

Bolivia 1814-PTS PJ Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797 oz ASW) NGC Fine-12 and toned a rich grey over smooth, even wear. Est. $65.

Lot: 25 - Bolivia 1825-PTS JL Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797

Bolivia 1825-PTS JL Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797 oz ASW) NGC AU55 and displaying plenty of retained mint frost throughout the surfaces. We mention subtle evidence of a "struck thru" fiber at the lower obverse that does not at all detract. Delicate

Lot: 26 - Bolivia 1825-PTS JL Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797

Bolivia 1825-PTS JL Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797 oz ASW) NGC AU53. This frosty specimen exhibits splashes of russet-golden toning situated mainly at the peripheries. A wholly original example. Est. $160.

Lot: 27 - Bolivia 1825-PTS JL Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797

Bolivia 1825-PTS JL Silver 8 Reales (KM-84, .7797 oz ASW) NGC AU Details, Cleaned. This strong AU offers plenty of mint frost on either side, and the coloration is not that of a blatantly cleaned coin. In fact, we have encountered many coins of this

Lot: 28 - An Interesting Circa 1860's Bolivian Silver Medal

An Interesting Circa 1860's Bolivian Silver Medal Trio comprised of: 1860's "Melgarejo Al Pueblo" 1/4 Melgarejo-sized medal. A pale Fine; 1865 "Salvador de la Patria y Su Pacificador En 1865" 1/4 Melgarejo-sized medal. A pale VF; 1869 Proclamation

Lot: 29 - Brazil, Pernambuco "1645" GWC Dutch Colony Gold 12

Brazil, Pernambuco "1645" GWC Dutch Colony Gold 12 Guilders (Florins) Klippe Restrike (7.5 grams). This restrike is stamped SPAULO IV CENT/ COPIA on the obverse, and COPIA/ 127 on the reverse. Gem BU and a splendid representation of this historic

Lot: 30 - An Interesting Collection of Circa 1800's Canadian

An Interesting Collection of Circa 1800's Canadian Copper Tokens. Types represented include Montreal Halfpenny tokens; Nova Scotia Halfpenny tokens; Wellington; Toronto; Lower Canada; Ships, Colonies & Commerce; Prince Edward Island; New

Lot: 31 - Canada 1858 Cent (KM-1)

Canada 1858 Cent (KM-1). NGC MS61 BN and a very scarce first year of type and denomination. Chocolate-brown patina bathes retained satiny underlying lustre. This issue is difficult to acquire in any grade, and full Mint State examples are

Lot: 32 - Canada 1858 Cent (KM-1)

Canada 1884 Silver 5c (KM-2). NGC AU Details, Cleaned. Assertive olive-grey surfaces reveal evidence of a past light cleaning. This date enjoys the lowest mintage within the Canadian 5c Silver series, and is easily among the key dates at any quality

Lot: 33 - Canada 1981 Gold $100 (KM-131, .5002 oz AGW). PCGS

Canada 1981 Gold $100 (KM-131, .5002 oz AGW). PCGS PR69 DCAM. A one year type, the reverse of which depicts a music score on a map of Canada. Tied for finest graded at PCGS with nearly 50 others. Est. $775.

Lot: 34 - A Cameo-Mirror Canada 1967 Seven-Piece Centennial

A Cameo-Mirror Canada 1967 Seven-Piece Centennial Specimen Prooflike Set containing the 1c through the $20.00 Gold (KM-PL18B, .5287 oz AGW and a cumulative 1.11 oz ASW). This Very Choice to Gem set is mounted in a custom lucite holder and also

Lot: 35 - Dealer Stock Lot of Canadian Coinage.

A Curious Dealer Stock Lot of Canadian Coinage. Among the contents are twelve Silver Dollars (including both .500 and .800 fine silver), some interesting large cents, a handful of other assorted silver coins, and much more. We encourage examination

Lot: 36 - Central America 1970 Gold 50 Pesos (KM-X1, .5787

Central America 1970 Gold 50 Pesos (KM-X1, .5787 oz AGW). PCGS PR67 DCAM. One of 1500 pieces coined to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of economic integration. Est. $900

Lot: 37 - Chile 1926 Gold 20 Pesos (KM-168, .1177 oz AGW).

Chile 1926 Gold 20 Pesos (KM-168, .1177 oz AGW). A solid BU that offers plenty of icy mint frost. Only 85,000 pieces were coined of this first year of type. Interestingly, the date and much of the legend shows evidence of doubling/repunching. Est.

Lot: 38 - China, Chihli Province. Year 34 (1908) Silver

China, Chihli Province. Year 34 (1908) Silver Dollar (7 Mace and 2 Candareens). L&M-465a, KM-Y-43.3. Short center spine to tail of dragon. NGC XF Details, Chopmarked. There is a single shallow chopmark in the upper right reverse field that

Lot: 39 - China 1990-P Gold 100 Yuan One Oz. Panda (KM-272,

China 1990-P Gold 100 Yuan One Oz. Panda (KM-272, .9999 oz AGW). NGC PF68 Ultra Cameo and one of only 5000 such proofs coined of this date. Needle-sharp devices complement lovely liquid-mirror fields. Est. $1500.

Lot: 40 - 1951 U.S. Proof Set.

China 2006 Panda Gold and Lunar Premium Set. This impressive six-piece set contains the 1/20, 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, and 1 oz gold prooflike BU Pandas, plus a silver colorized Lunar Dog medal. All are pristine and housed in the original wooden box of issue

Lot: 41 - China 2015 Gold 100 Yuan 1/4 Oz Panda (.2500 oz

China 2015 Gold 100 Yuan 1/4 Oz Panda (.2500 oz AGW). NGC MS70 and a splendid example. Est. $400.

Lot: 42 - China 2016 Gold 100 Yuan and Silver 10 Yuan

China 2016 Gold 100 Yuan and Silver 10 Yuan Two-Piece Proof Set (KM-Unlisted, .2572 oz AGW and .9646 oz ASW respectively). 90th Anniversary of Ningbo Money Industrial Assembly Hall Commemorative Set. Both are Superb Gem Br Proof and are housed in

Lot: 43 - Colombia 1841-RS Gold 16 Pesos (KM-94.1, .7596 oz

Colombia 1841-RS Gold 16 Pesos (KM-94.1, .7596 oz AGW). Choice Fine. Evenly worn for an example of this early issue within the grade range offered here. Hints of coppery toning accent the peripheral design elements. Scarce and surprisingly

Lot: 44 - Dominican Republic 1974 Gold 30 Pesos (KM-36,

Dominican Republic 1974 Gold 30 Pesos (KM-36, .3385 oz AGW). PCGS MS68 and the single finest graded at PCGS (NGC has graded three pieces at the MS69 level). A one year type struck for the 12th Central American and Caribbean Games. Est. $525.

Lot: 45 - Dominican Republic 1974 Gold 30 Pesos (KM-36,

Dominican Republic 1974 Gold 30 Pesos (KM-36, .3385 oz AGW). PCGS MS67 and offering smooth naked eye appeal. A one year type struck for the 12th Central American and Caribbean Games. Est. $525.

Lot: 46 - Dominican Republic 1974 Gold 30 Pesos (KM-36,

Dominican Republic 1974 Gold 30 Pesos (KM-36, .3385 oz AGW). NGC MS64 and a one year type struck in commemoration of the 12th Central American and Caribbean Games. Est. $525.

Lot: 47 - El Salvador 1971 Gold 10 Colones (KM-143, .0851 oz

El Salvador 1971 Gold 10 Colones (KM-143, .0851 oz AGW). NGC PF66 Ultra Cameo. This one year type coin features Salvador Dali's "La Fecundida", and is one of only 7650 such pieces coined. Est. $150.

Lot: 48 - Falkland Islands 1987 Gold One Pound Piedfort.

Falkland Islands 1987 Gold One Pound Piedfort. PCGS PR68 DCAM and a near perfect example. It is estimated that a mere 200 pieces of this issue were struck, and the coin offered here is the only such specimen graded at ANY condition level by PCGS.

Lot: 49 - Finland 1913-S Gold 10 Markkaa (KM-8.2, .0933 oz

Finland 1913-S Gold 10 Markkaa (KM-8.2, .0933 oz AGW). NGC MS66 and housed in an early "fat" NGC holder. Silky semi-reflectivity characterizes this fresh, deep yellow-golden Gem. Scarce and popular. Est. $340.

Lot: 50 - France 1839 Essai 10 Centimes (Maz-1140, Bronze).

France 1839 Essai 10 Centimes (Maz-1140, Bronze). NGC MS63 RB and reading "ESSAI DE MONNOYAGE" in the reverse legend. Most of the mint color retained by this well struck specimen is situated within the more protected areas of the obverse design.

Lot: 51 - A Quartet of Different Date French Gold 5 Franc

A Quartet of Different Date French Gold 5 Franc Pieces: 1859-A, 1860-A, 1864-A, 1866-A. All offer significant mint frost and fall within the EF to AU grade range. Closer scrutiny however, reveals random hairline scratches on some of the coins. A

Lot: 52 - France 1814-A Gold 20 Francs (KM-706.1, .1867 oz

France 1814-A Gold 20 Francs (KM-706.1, .1867 oz AGW). EF in terms of wear, however we spy a couple of short unobtrusive hairline scratches at the lower left obverse. This First Restoration type was struck for only two years. Est. $300.

Lot: 53 - France 1811-A Gold 40 Francs (.3734 oz AGW).

France 1811-A Gold 40 Francs (.3734 oz AGW). A wholly honest AU example that offers warm mint frost beneath delicate natural toning. Est. $575.

Lot: 54 - France 1811-A Gold 40 Francs (.3734 oz AGW).

France 1811-A Gold 40 Francs (.3734 oz AGW). EF or better and displaying more than ample retained mint frost for a survivor at this condition level. Est. $550

Lot: 55 - France 1811-A Gold 40 Francs (KM-696.1, .3734 oz

France 1811-A Gold 40 Francs (KM-696.1, .3734 oz AGW). About EF. The color is a bit pale, but the surfaces are balanced and retain their fair share of mint frost within the devices. Est. $600.

Lot: 56 - France 1836-A Gold 40 Francs (KM-747.1, .3734 oz

France 1836-A Gold 40 Francs (KM-747.1, .3734 oz AGW). Choice VF. Wholly natural and enjoying a relatively low 52,378 piece mintage. Est. $575.

Lot: 57 - France 1902-A Gold 100 Francs (KM-832, .9334 oz

France 1902-A Gold 100 Francs (KM-832, .9334 oz AGW). NGC MS61 and one of only 10,000 such pieces minted of this issue. Sharp, orange-golden surfaces retain a glint of reflectivity in the fields. Est. $1400.

Lot: 58 - German States, Friedberg. 1676-AL Silver 60

German States, Friedberg. 1676-AL Silver 60 Kreuzer (2/3 Thaler). KM-46. NGC VF30. This "virgin" specimen retains all of its natural "dirt" in the recesses of the design, and as a result a bidder could not ask for a more original example. Scarce.

Lot: 59 - German States. Julich-Berg 1570 Taler (Dav-8934).

German States. Julich-Berg 1570 Taler (Dav-8934). PCGS AU50 and displaying silvery-white surfaces that still offer plenty of retained icy mint frost. Here is a RARE early German taler in an unreasonably high grade for the issue. In fact, this example

Lot: 60 - German States, Saxony-Albertine. 1738 Silver 2/3

German States, Saxony-Albertine. 1738 Silver 2/3 Taler (KM-897). Choice Fine and just bordering on a full VF. Smooth, evenly worn, and appealing. This design was struck for the wedding of Maria Amalia (daughter of King August III of Poland) to King

Lot: 61 - German States, Saxony-Albertine. 1861-B Silver 2

German States, Saxony-Albertine. 1861-B Silver 2 Thaler (3 1/2 Gulden), KM-1215. NGC Fine-12 and a scarce one year type coin. This evenly worn example offers medium grey toning on both the obverse and reverse. Est. $130.

Lot: 62 - Germany, Westphalia. 1923 10,000 Marks (Lamb

Germany, Westphalia. 1923 10,000 Marks (Lamb 579.7, Gilt Bronze). NGC MS66 and of remarkable quality considering its large size and fragile nature. This jewel is incredibly fresh, sharp, and vibrant, and the interested bidder would be hard-pressed

Lot: 63 - England (1279-1307) Edward I Silver Penny

England (1279-1307) Edward I Silver Penny (S-1411). NGC AU55 and a handsome, well centered, wholly honest specimen. Lovely grey toning complements a significant amount of delicately muted underlying lustre. Edward I was also known as Edward

Lot: 64 - Great Britain 1799-Soho Copper Halfpenny (KM-647)

Great Britain 1799-Soho Copper Halfpenny (KM-647), Five incuse gunports on the ship. NGC MS64 RB and clearly of premium quality for the assigned numerical grade. Sharp, shimmering silk-like mint bloom is balanced and evenly faded. One would be very

Lot: 65 - Great Britain 1886 Penny (KM-749.3) NGC MS63 RB.

Great Britain 1886 Penny (KM-749.3) NGC MS63 RB. Velvet-like surfaces display faded mint color on either side. Subtle light speckling is noted, thus the numerical grade. The catalogue value at this MS63 condition level is a hefty $350. We feel that

Lot: 66 - Great Britain 1844 Silver 4 Pence (Groat),

Great Britain 1844 Silver 4 Pence (Groat), KM-731.1. NGC MS65 and offering smoldering olive-golden toning over bold, satiny surfaces. Quite scarce this nice, and tied for finest graded at NGC with five others. Est. $240.

Lot: 67 - Great Britain 1844 Silver 6 Pence, Small 44

Great Britain 1844 Silver 6 Pence, Small 44 (KM-733.1). NGC MS66 and a handsome, bold example that features golden centers deepening to a pleasing iridescent russet at the peripheries. This lovely Gem is the single finest graded at NGC. Est. $575.

Lot: 68 - England, Charles II. 1672 Silver Halfcrown, Fourth

England, Charles II. 1672 Silver Halfcrown, Fourth Bust (KM-438.1). NGC Fine-12. Smooth, satisfying lavender-grey surfaces show only a couple of trivial ancient reverse edge bruises. Examples of this date struck using this Fourth Bust head style are

Lot: 69 - England, William and Mary. 1689 Silver Halfcrown

England, William and Mary. 1689 Silver Halfcrown (KM-472.1) First Bust and Shield. NGC VG10 and a handsome wholly natural pearl-grey example with smooth, even wear. Scarce. Est. $120.

Lot: 70 - Great Britain William III. 1697 Silver Halfcrown

Great Britain William III. 1697 Silver Halfcrown (S-3487). PCGS VG8. This evenly worn, wonderfully honest example would make a fine addition to the holdings of the budget-minded collector. Smooth, defect-free surfaces are toned a pleasing medium

Lot: 71 - Great Britain 1826 Silver 1/2 Crown (KM-695).

Great Britain 1826 Silver 1/2 Crown (KM-695). A bold AU or better with respect to the degree of wear, however closer examination uncovers skillfully executed surface alteration (more than likely of a mechanical brushing nature) below olive-golden and

Lot: 72 - Great Britain 1777 Gold Guinea (KM-604, S-3728,

Great Britain 1777 Gold Guinea (KM-604, S-3728, .2462 oz AGW). PCGS AU55 and an honest, smooth example that offers a wisp of delicate coppery-golden toning on either side. Struck in the year following the Declaration of Independence, this handsome

Lot: 73 - Great Britain 1793 Gold Guinea (KM-609, S-3729,

Great Britain 1793 Gold Guinea (KM-609, S-3729, .2462 oz AGW). PCGS AU58. There is just a hint of subtle friction on this balanced, semi-reflective specimen. Pleasing for this vulnerably designed type and denomination. Est. $925.

Lot: 74 - Great Britain 1982 Proof Gold Sovereign (KM-919,

Great Britain 1982 Proof Gold Sovereign (KM-919, .2354 oz AGW). Superb Gem Br Proof and still housed in its original holder of issue with card. One of 23,000 such proofs struck of this date. Est. $380.

Lot: 75 - Great Britain 1983 Gold Sovereign (.2354 oz AGW).

Great Britain 1983 Gold Sovereign (.2354 oz AGW). Superb Gem Br Proof and still housed in its original box and capsule of issue with papers. A total of 21,000 pieces were struck of this Proof-only date. Est. $380.

Lot: 76 - Hungary-Transylvania 1866-E Gold Ducat (KM-2265,

Hungary-Transylvania 1866-E Gold Ducat (KM-2265, .1107 oz AGW). Struck at the Karlsburg Mint in Transylvania. NGC AU58. Here is a wholly original, delicately toned yellow-golden specimen that still retains its share of underlying mint frost. We spy a

Lot: 77 - Hungary 1898-KB Gold 20 Korona (KM-486, .1867 oz

Hungary 1898-KB Gold 20 Korona (KM-486, .1867 oz AGW). A fully frosty BU example with typical shallow bag abrasions in the obverse field. Est. $290.

Lot: 78 - Jamaica 1972 Gold $20 (KM-61, .2532 oz AGW).

Jamaica 1972 Gold $20 (KM-61, .2532 oz AGW). A one year type struck to commemorate the 10th anniversary of independence. Very Ch Br Proof and still in its original holder of issue with slipcover. Est. $380.

Lot: 79 - Latvia 1998 Gold 100 Latu (KM-40, .5203 oz AGW).

Latvia 1998 Gold 100 Latu (KM-40, .5203 oz AGW). NGC PF67 and a very seldom encountered item. A one year type, the design of which is intended to signify Latvian development. Est. $800.

Lot: 80 - Mexico 1931-Mo Copper 5 Centavos (KM-422).

Mexico 1931-Mo Copper 5 Centavos (KM-422). PCGS VF35 and a RARE coin indeed! In fact, it is estimated that a paltry 250 or so pieces were struck to test the dies, and those were later released into circulation rather than being melted. This very same

Lot: 81 - Mexico 1795-Mo FM Silver 8 Reales (KM-109)

Mexico 1795-Mo FM Silver 8 Reales (KM-109). NGC AU Details, Cleaned. Though we understand the "cleaned" qualifier assigned to this coin, we have encountered numerous other examples of this type with similar surfaces that were given a non-qualified

Lot: 82 - Mexico 1808/7-Mo TH Silver 8 Reales (KM-109). NGC

Mexico 1808/7-Mo TH Silver 8 Reales (KM-109). NGC AU50 and a wholly natural example that offers balanced shades of medium grey toning on either side. Est. $130.

Lot: 83 - Mexico 1895-Zs FZ Silver 8 Reales (KM-377.13).

Mexico 1895-Zs FZ Silver 8 Reales (KM-377.13). NGC UNC Details, Cleaned. Nearly all of the design elements are entirely struck up, and there is a degree of prooflike surface in the fields. The cleaning, though evident is quite mild. Est. $60.

Lot: 84 - A Small Stash of Mexico Silver Onzas

A Small Stash of Mexico Silver Onzas: 1979 (7), 1980 (11). Each falls within the BU to Gem BU grade range and each contains one troy ounce of fine silver. A total of 18 coins. Est. $320.

Lot: 85 - A Four Piece Type Set of Lower Denomination

A Four Piece Type Set of Lower Denomination Mexican Gold Coins (cumulative gold content is .4702 oz AGW) containing a 1945 2 Peso, 1945 2 1/2 Peso, 1955 5 Peso, and 1959 10 Peso. All fall within the Choice to Gem BU grade range, and the set is housed

Lot: 86 - Mexico 1955-M Gold 5 Pesos (.1206 oz AGW). PCGS

Mexico 1955-M Gold 5 Pesos (.1206 oz AGW). PCGS MS65 Restrike. A wisp of rose-golden toning accents either side. Est. $170.

Lot: 87 - Mexico (1962) Gold Medal (1.34 oz total weight,

Mexico (1962) Gold Medal (1.34 oz total weight, Grove-802). Struck in commemoration of the Centennial of the Battle of Cinco de Mayo. A fully struck BU. Light field lines appear to mostly be "as struck" die striations. These medals apparently were

Lot: 88 - Nepal (1983) Gold Asarphi (KM-1006, .1608 oz AGW).

Nepal (1983) Gold Asarphi (KM-1006, .1608 oz AGW). Superb Gem Br Proof. Struck to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the first Ascent of Mount Everest. This coin was struck at the Singapore Mint, and is one of a mere 350 such pieces struck. Housed

Lot: 89 - Netherlands 1912 Gold 5 Gulden (KM-151, .0972 oz

Netherlands 1912 Gold 5 Gulden (KM-151, .0972 oz AGW). BU with claims to the Choice category. Balanced surfaces display full satin-velvet mint bloom. A seldom encountered one year type coin. Est. $190.

Lot: 90 - Netherlands Antilles 1976 Gold 200 Guilders

Netherlands Antilles 1976 Gold 200 Guilders (KM-16, .230 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof and offering an interesting octagonal design. This one year type coin is still mounted in its original Franklin Mint cachet with outer vinyl holder and slipcover. Est.

Lot: 91 - A Panama Silver 20 Balboa Proof Duo

A Panama Silver 20 Balboa Proof Duo: 1971 (KM-29) and 1972 (KM-31). Both are Superb Gem Br Proof and retain their original box of issue with COA. There is a cumulative 7.7078 oz ASW (2000 grains of sterling silver per coin), and the former is a one

Lot: 92 - Panama 1975 Gold 100 Balboas (KM-41, .2361 oz

Panama 1975 Gold 100 Balboas (KM-41, .2361 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof and housed in its original Franklin Mint cachet with outer vinyl holder. Est. $340.

Lot: 93 - Panama 1975 Gold 500 Balboas (KM-42, 1.2066 oz

Panama 1975 Gold 500 Balboas (KM-42, 1.2066 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof. This impressive coin still retains its original Franklin Mint cachet and outer vinyl holder. Est. $1700.

Lot: 94 - Panama 1979 Gold 500 Balboas (KM-62, 1.2066 oa

Panama 1979 Gold 500 Balboas (KM-62, 1.2066 oa AGW). Gem Br Proof and still housed in its original Franklin Mint sealed cachet of issue (no outer holder). One of only 1657 such proofs minted and a one year type coin. Est. $1700.

Lot: 95 - Saudi Arabia AH1370 (1950) Gold Guinea (KM-36,

Peru 1854 LIMA MB Silver 4 Reales (KM-151.3). NGC AU58 and a handsome, wholly original example that features its fair share of underlying mint frost. Even struck surfaces offer pleasant, completely honest silvery-grey toning. Est. $150.

Lot: 96 - Peru 1766-LM JM Silver 8 Reales.

Peru 1766-LM JM Silver 8 Reales. The variety with a dot above only one L in the mintmark (KM-A64.2). NGC XF Details, environmental damage. There is a degree of mild porosity best viewed with a glass on this light russet-grey example. The overall

Lot: 97 - A Philippines Silver General Douglas MacArthur

A Philippines Silver General Douglas MacArthur Peso and 50 Centavo Pairing (KM-184 and KM-185, .8198 oz cumulative ASW). The Peso is Very Choice to Gem BU; the 50 Centavo is of similar quality but for a thin scratch in the left obverse field. A total

Lot: 98 - Philippines 1977 Gold 5000 Piso (KM-220, 1.989 oz

Philippines 1977 Gold 5000 Piso (KM-220, 1.989 oz AGW). A one year type coin that commemorates the 5th Anniversary of the New Society. Gem Br Proof and impressively large for a coin struck in gold. Housed in the original cachet with outer vinyl

Lot: 99 - Poland (1925) Gold 10 Zlotych (KM-32, .0933 oz

Poland (1925) Gold 10 Zlotych (KM-32, .0933 oz AGW). BU and just bordering on a full Choice designation. The design elements are sharp, and the fields offer notable reflectivity. This popular one year type coin is scarce and highly collectible. Est.

Lot: 100 - Portugal 1861 Gold 5000 Reis (KM-505, .2614 oz

Portugal 1861 Gold 5000 Reis (KM-505, .2614 oz AGW). NGC AU58 and an elusive two year type coin with a significantly higher catalogue value. Icy yellow-golden surfaces retain noticeable reflectivity in the protected areas of the devices. Est. $500.

Lot: 101 - Portugal 2001 Gold Escudo (KM-631a, .1356 oz AGW).

Portugal 2001 Gold Escudo (KM-631a, .1356 oz AGW). NGC MS67. A sharp, smooth, reflective example of this one year type coin. Est. $200.

Lot: 102 - Russia 1897 Gold 5 Roubles (.1245 oz AGW).

Russia 1897 Gold 5 Roubles (.1245 oz AGW). EF and revealing a tiny obverse rim flaw at 8:30. Mint frost remains evident in the devices, and we do spy a trivial short hairline scratch at 11:00 on the reverse. Est. $200.

Lot: 103 - Russia 1899 Gold 10 Roubles (KM-Y64, .2489 oz

Russia 1899 Gold 10 Roubles (KM-Y64, .2489 oz AGW). Easily EF or better with plenty of retained mint lustre within the more protected areas of the design. Est. $400.

Lot: 104 - Russia 1995 Gold 50 Roubles (KM-408, .2499 oz

Russia 1995 Gold 50 Roubles (KM-408, .2499 oz AGW). PCGS PR69 DCAM and tied with only one other example for the finest certified at PCGS. Only 5000 such pieces were struck in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the United Nations. Est. $400.

Lot: 105 - San Marino 1977 Gold 5 Scudi (KM-75, .4422 oz

San Marino 1977 Gold 5 Scudi (KM-75, .4422 oz AGW). NGC MS67 and tied for second finest with one other at NGC (the finest is an MS68). A one year type celebrating "Democrazia". Est. $675.

Lot: 106 - Saudi Arabia AH1370 (1950) Gold Guinea (KM-36,

Saudi Arabia AH1370 (1950) Gold Guinea (KM-36, .2355 oz AGW). NGC MS65 and arguably deserving of an even higher grading. A sharp, satiny, and very pleasing one year type coin. Est. $360.

Lot: 107 - Scotland (1604-1609) James VI Silver 60 Shilling

Scotland (1604-1609) James VI Silver 60 Shilling (KM-11, S-5501), Thistle Mintmark. NGC VG8. The surfaces are remarkably smooth and naturally toned for a large, early silver coin such as this. Furthermore, the price level of such a coin increases

Lot: 108 - Spain 1792-M MF Gold Escudo (KM-434, .0955 oz

Spain 1792-M MF Gold Escudo (KM-434, .0955 oz AGW). ANACS VF30 and housed in an early cache holder. This handsome, wholly original example displays rich coppery toning on either side. If your budget is limited and you would nevertheless like to

Lot: 109 - South Africa 1964 Nine-Piece Proof Set

South Africa 1964 Nine-Piece Proof Set including the Gold One and Two Rands (KM-PS59, cumulative .3533 oz AGW plus .7956 oz cumulative ASW). Besides the two gold coins, this set also includes 5 silver coins. Gem Br Proof and mounted in a custom

Lot: 110 - South Africa 1964 Two-piece Gold Proof Set

South Africa 1964 Two-piece Gold Proof Set (KM-PS61, cumulative .3533 oz AGW). This set contains both the one and two Rand of this date in the original plush case. Only 1000 such sets were issued. A total of 2 coins. Est. $525.

Lot: 111 - South Korea 1986 Gold 25000 Won (KM-58, .4999 oz

South Korea 1986 Gold 25000 Won (KM-58, .4999 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof and in the original box of issue with COA and slipcover (the box and slipcover discolored). Struck as part of a series celebrating the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. Ex Coin Galleries March

Lot: 112 - South Korea 1986 Gold 50000 Won (KM-59, .9998 oz

South Korea 1986 Gold 50000 Won (KM-59, .9998 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof and housed in the original box of issue with COA and slipcover (the slipcover with annotations). From the same series as the prior lot, and struck in celebration of the 1988 Seoul

Lot: 113 - Spain 1877 (77) Gold 25 Pesetas (KM-673, .2334 oz

Spain 1877 (77) Gold 25 Pesetas (KM-673, .2334 oz AGW). NGC MS60. We would be more inclined to call this coin a strong, balanced Ch AU, however the surfaces are much smoother than would be expected at the MS60 grade level. Est. $375.

Lot: 114 - St. Thomas & Prince 1929 20 Centavos (KM-3). NGC

St. Thomas & Prince 1929 20 Centavos (KM-3). NGC MS66. Fresh silvery-grey surfaces enjoy silky, entirely appealing mint lustre. Struck while these islands were a Portuguese colony. Only three examples of this issue have been graded higher at NGC

Lot: 115 - Sweden 1876-EB Narrow Date Silver 2 Kronor

Sweden 1876-EB Narrow Date Silver 2 Kronor (KM-742). NGC VF35. Here is a wholly original, rich grey example that just borders on a full EF designation. The VF20 and EF40 catalogue values are $125 and $450 respectively, thus this handsome coin should

Lot: 116 - Sweden 1901 EB Gold 10 Kronor (KM-767, .1296 oz

Sweden 1901 EB Gold 10 Kronor (KM-767, .1296 oz AGW). NGC MS65 and a sharp example that features a full measure of frosty-satin mint bloom on either side. A rather scarce one year type coin, especially at the grade level offered here. Est. $260.

Lot: 117 - A Pair of Exceptional Certified Earlier Swiss

A Pair of Exceptional Certified Earlier Swiss Silver One Franc Pieces as follows: 1928-B PCGS MS67; 1931-B PCGS MS66+. Both are fiery "blast-white" examples. The MS65 catalogue values (KM does not list values above that grade) for these dates are $55

Lot: 118 - Turks and Caicos 1975 Gold 100 Crowns (KM-11, .200

Turks and Caicos 1975 Gold 100 Crowns (KM-11, .200 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof and housed in the original box with COA. Only 1508 such proofs were struck of this one year type coin. Ex Coin Galleries February 2007 Auction; lot 685. Est. $300.

Lot: 119 - Vatican City 1929 Nine-Piece Mint Set (KM-MS1)

Vatican City 1929 Nine-Piece Mint Set (KM-MS1) including the 5 Centesimi through the scarce gold 100 Lire. This wholly original Very Choice to Gem BU set is still housed in its original leatherette box of issue (some damage to the bottom of the box.

Lot: 120 - Venezuela 1910 Gold 10 Bolivares (KM-Y31, .0933 oz

Venezuela 1910 Gold 10 Bolivares (KM-Y31, .0933 oz AGW). Easily BU and a visually enticing example of this seldom encountered one year type coin. Full satiny lustre adorns rich orange-golden surfaces. Est. $180.

Lot: 121 - Venezuela 1911 Gold 20 Bolivares (KM-Y32, .1867 oz

Venezuela 1911 Gold 20 Bolivares (KM-Y32, .1867 oz AGW). NGC MS63. Icy mint frost abounds on this sharply struck example. Est. $280.

Lot: 122 - Higher Grade World coinage Quartet

A Pleasing Higher Grade World coinage Quartet containing: France 1919 Silver 50 Centimes. Very Ch BU; Peru 1897-JF Silver 1/5 Sol. Ch BU and nicely toned; Philippines 1944 Five Centavos. UNC details with signs of cleaning; 1944-S Silver 50 Centavos.

Lot: 123 - Album Containing Coins of Finland, South Africa,

A Loaded Album Containing Coins of Finland, South Africa, East Africa, and West Africa. Of the 260 coins contained in this album, over 70 are silver. An instant dealer restocking lot and/or a great way to expand a related world coinage collection.

Lot: 124 - Interesting Album of German Coinage

An Interesting Album of German Coinage, the overwhelming majority of which are early to mid 20th century. Every album page is chock-full, and there are plenty of noteworthy items included. Take the time to carefully peruse this lot and be rewarded. A

Lot: 125 - A Collection of Italian and Hungarian Coinage

A Collection of Italian and Hungarian Coinage housed in a three-ring binder. Close examination is a must, as there are a number of earlier coins that warrant further research. We count a total of 236 coins, of which perhaps 60 or so are silver. Do

Lot: 126 - An Album of World Coinage

An Album of World Coinage including material from San Marino, Bolivia, Estonia, Honduras, Haiti, Argentina, and Venezuela among others. This lot is fertile ground for the specialist seeking to fill in some difficult holes in his/her collection. We

Lot: 127 - Mishmash From the Tail End of a Consignment.

A Mishmash From the Tail End of a Consignment. Among the contents of this eclectic lot are plenty of very interesting questionable and spurious study coins. These study coins include a half dozen or so spurious ancients, some apparent circulating

Lot: 128 - A Noteworthy Hoard of 1923 German 100 Millionen

A Noteworthy Hoard of 1923 German 100 Millionen and 500 Millionen Reichsmark Banknotes. SC-107 8/22/1923 100 Millionen Marks (107); SC-110 9/1/1923 500 Millionen Marks (28). Most of this hoard is CU or better, though there is an occasional lesser

Lot: 129 - Album of World Currency with particular

An Album of World Currency with particular concentrations of German, Austrian, Chinese, and Japanese material (though other countries are represented as well). This lot is sure to provide the successful bidder with hours upon hours of syngraphic

Lot: 130 - A Small World Banknote Assortment.

A Small World Banknote Assortment. Highlights include: an Algeria 1941 Five Franc "Short Snorter; three 1967 Canada $1.00; a China 1941 100 Yuan; Great Britain 1993 Ten Pounds; eleven mixed Mexican banknotes; a 1912 Russia 500 Ruble and a bit more.

Lot: 131 - $1.00 Legal Tender Note.

$1.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1917, Fr-37. A strong VF or better with plenty of retained paper crispness. Est. $100.

Lot: 132 - A Low Grade Large Size Type Note Quartet: $1.00

A Low Grade Large Size Type Note Quartet: $1.00 Legal Tender. Series of 1917, Fr-38. Ostensibly G/VG but with rust stains and a large body hole; $1.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1899, Fr-235. Good or better, but with a couple of small interior

Lot: 133 - A Large Size $1.00 Type Note Trio

A Large Size $1.00 Type Note Trio: Series of 1917 Legal Tender Note, Fr-39. A strong F/VF with plenty of paper body; Series of 1899 Silver Certificate, Fr-234. Ch VF though there is a small age stain at the upper right obverse; Series of 1923 Silver

Lot: 134 - $1.00 Legal Tender Note.

$1.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1923, Fr-40. PCGS Gem New 66PPQ and an absolutely splendid example in every respect. Well centered, fresh, vibrant, and very seldom encountered at this elevated condition level. Est. $1200

Lot: 135 - $1.00 Legal Tender Note.

$1.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1923, Fr-40. VG/Fine. A decent and affordable example of this scarcer Red Seal type. Est. $90.

Lot: 136 - $1.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1899, Fr-228.

$1.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1899, Fr-228. PCGS Gem New 66PPQ. Wonderfully bold embossing augments outstanding centering and paper quality. Easily worthy of the assigned grade, and a fine addition to any advanced large size currency

Lot: 137 - $1.00 Silver Certificate.

$1.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1899, Fr-235. Ch VF. Balanced and appealing, though we do spy a couple of well hidden pinholes at left. Est. $110.

Lot: 138 - $1.00 Silver Certificate.

$1.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1899, Fr-236. F/VF. This note offers even overall wear, and its fair share of retained paper body. Est. $100.

Lot: 139 - A Balance of Consignment U.S. Currency Foursome

A Balance of Consignment U.S. Currency Foursome containing: $1.00 1899 Silver Certificate, Fr-233. AG+; $1.00 1923 Silver Certificate, Fr-237. VG+; $1.00 1935-A Silver Certificate, Fr-2300. HAWAII overprint, VG; $2.00 1953-B Legal Tender Note,

Lot: 140 - $2.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1886, Fr-242.

$2.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1886, Fr-242. Large Seal, Blue Serial Numbers. PCGS Gem New 66PPQ and a beauty. The paper quality, centering, and embossing are all outstanding, and we very rarely encountered an example of this very difficult type

Lot: 141 - $2.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1896, Fr-247.

$2.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1896, Fr-247. PMG AU50, Minor Repairs. Here is a visually satisfying example of this very scarce and popular Educational type. We see some very subtle, consummately executed strengthening at the extreme bottom left

Lot: 142 - $1.00 Silver Certificate.

$2.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1899, Fr-258. VF or thereabouts in terms of wear, however there is a short split at the central bottom edge, as well as a tiny stain at the top right margin. Scarce and affordable. Est. $110.

Lot: 143 - $5.00 Silver Certificate.

$5.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1899, Fr-281. A solid VF from a technical standpoint, as the paper has excellent retained body. Unfortunately, there are heavy age stains (or perhaps coffee stains?) that primarily are situated in the center of the

Lot: 144 - $20.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1891, Fr-318.

$20.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1891, Fr-318. Small Red Seal, Blue Serial Numbers. PCGS EF45 and actually offering the initial presentation of a full Ch CU. A vibrant, entirely pleasing example of this very elusive type note. Est. $2900.

Lot: 145 - $1.00 Treasury Note. Series of 1891, Fr-352. PCGS

$1.00 Treasury Note. Series of 1891, Fr-352. PCGS Gem New 67PPQ. This Superb note truly looks as if it could have been printed yesterday, as the quality is essentially unimprovable. The Green Sheet value at this elevated condition level is $3200, and

Lot: 146 - $1.00 Federal Reserve Bank Note.

$1.00 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Series of 1918, Fr-729. Abt VG and with some subtle watery stains at the bottom portion of the note. Est. $55.

Lot: 147 - $2.00 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Series of 1918,

$2.00 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Series of 1918, Fr-777. The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 and an exceptional example of this scarce and popular "Battleship" type. Here is a well embossed specimen that enjoys

Lot: 148 - $5.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1914,

$5.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1914, Fr-851c. A strong, crisp VF+ with balanced wear and plenty of retained paper body. Est. $70.

Lot: 149 - $5.00 Federal Reserve Note.

$5.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1914, Fr-875a. Fine and evenly worn. We see a single pinhole at the upper left. Est. $50.

Lot: 150 - $10.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1914, Red

$10.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1914, Red Seal. Fr-893b. PMG VF25. This solid note offers excellent color and paper body for the grade. Red seal large size Federal Reserve Notes such as this are always difficult to acquire at a pleasing

Lot: 151 - $10.00 Gold Certificate.

$10.00 Gold Certificate. Series of 1922, Fr-1173. VF or nearly so with decent crispness, however there is a small group of pinholes near the center of the note. Est. $120.

Lot: 152 - $5.00 National Bank Note.

$5.00 National Bank Note. Series of 1902, Plain Back. Charter #11405, Fr-606. The City National Bank of Atchison, KS. PMG Fine-12. We see this note more as a VG than we do a Fine, but nevertheless it is certainly scarce. Only 13 notes of this type

Lot: 153 - $20.00 National Bank Note.

$20.00 National Bank Note. Series of 1902 Plain Back. Charter #6797, Fr-650. The Condon National Bank of Coffeyville, KS. Fine to Very Fine with decent paper body. There is a pencil notation in the upper right obverse field of this uncommon Kansas

Lot: 154 - $5.00 National Bank Note.

$5.00 National Bank Note. Series of 1882, Date Back. Charter #2312, Fr-534. The First National Bank of Webster, MA. PCGS About New 53 and offering a much better appearance than even this rather high grade would indicate. Particularly scarce this

Lot: 155 - $10.00 National Bank Note.

$10.00 National Bank Note. Series of 1929, Type II. Charter #10865, Fr-1801-2. The Winona National and Savings Bank Winona, MN. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66EPQ and as would be expected from the lofty assigned grade, a wonderfully appealing specimen. Tied

Lot: 156 - $1.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1928, Fr-1500.

$1.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1928, Fr-1500. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65EPQ. This entirely fresh Gem offers remarkable paper quality and incredibly vibrant coloration. Scarce and quite popular, as this series is the only such small size Red Seal

Lot: 157 - $5.00 Legal Tender Note.

$5.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1928-C, Fr-1528. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66EPQ and a distinctive, well centered "pack fresh" example. Est. $110.

Lot: 158 - $5.00 Legal Tender Note.

$5.00 Legal Tender Note. Series of 1928-E, Fr-1530. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65EPQ and very nearly as nice as the immediately preceding lot. Est. $110.

Lot: 159 - Stash of Red Seal $5.00 Notes

Great-Grandma's Cookie Jar Stash of Red Seal $5.00 Notes. There are a total of 20 pieces, all but four of which are from Series 1928-C through 1928-F. The grades generally range from VG to Ch VF, though a note here and there displays a problem of

Lot: 160 - Consecutive Run of $5.00 Series of 1963 Legal

An Enticing Consecutive Run of $5.00 Series of 1963 Legal Tender Notes (Fr-1536). The top few notes in this "pack fresh" grouping show a single subtle paper wave (not a hard fold), otherwise all are easily within the Choice to Gem CU grade range. A

Lot: 161 - A Hoard of Small Size $1.00 Silver Certificates,

A Hoard of Small Size $1.00 Silver Certificates, and $2.00 and $5.00 Legal Tender Notes. This hoard from AG to AU however the vast majority grade at least VG. Some show bank stamps or other problems, but there are a multitude of decent notes in the

Lot: 162 - Four Different High Grade $1.00 Silver Certificate

Four Different High Grade $1.00 Silver Certificate Types: Series of 1928-A, Fr-1601. Very Ch CU; Series of 1934, Fr-1606. Ch CU due to a tight bottom left face margin. A one series type note; Series of 1935-C, Fr-1612. Very Ch CU; Series of 1957-A,

Lot: 163 - Consecutive Run of $5.00 Series of 1963 Legal

A Pack of High Grade $1.00 Silver Certificates. Virtually every note in this assembled pack falls within the CU+ to Gem CU grade range, although we did spot a few AU pieces. Many consecutive runs are included, and this lot has excellent potential for

Lot: 164 - A Small Size $1.00 Silver Certificate Hoard.

A Small Size $1.00 Silver Certificate Hoard. This small hoard contains a total of 83 notes, the overwhelming majority of which fall within the Good to VF+ range. Some show problems of one sort or another, but this remains a very useful grouping. A

Lot: 165 - $10.00 Silver Certificate.

$10.00 Silver Certificate. Series of 1934-D, Fr-1705W. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66EPQ . This handsome Gem features excellent inking and embossing. Est. $220.

Lot: 166 - $5.00 Federal Reserve Bank Note.

$5.00 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Series of 1929, Fr-1850A. The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65EPQ. A well embossed, unbelievably fresh example that is clearly Superb were it not for the centering being just a trifle to the

Lot: 167 - A Noteworthy PMG Certified Consecutively Numbered

A Noteworthy PMG Certified Consecutively Numbered Early Federal Reserve Note Quartet. $20.00 Federal Reserve Notes. Series of 1928-B, Fr-2052G-dgs. These dark green seal notes have clearly been together since they were printed and are certified PMG

Lot: 168 - $500.00 Federal Reserve Note.

$500.00 Federal Reserve Note. Series of 1934-A, Fr-2202m-G Mule. PCGS Gem New 65PPQ and truly of outstanding quality for a survivor of this high denomination. In fact, this handsome Gem is easily the finest such note that we have had the pleasure to

Lot: 169 - Nearly a Dozen Pieces of U.S. Fractional Currency

Nearly a Dozen Pieces of U.S. Fractional Currency. Most of the notes are either from the 4th or 5th Issue and the condition is quite mixed. This lot is certainly not without merit however, as the grades fall within the Abt Good to CU range. We thus

Lot: 170 - A Confederate States Banknote Octet.

A Confederate States Banknote Octet. All but one of the notes in this lot are from 1864, however this lot definitely deserves inspection. The grades range from Good to VF, and most of the notes exhibit problems. A total of 8 pieces and conservatively

Lot: 171 - A Small Assortment of Obsolete and Southern States

A Small Assortment of Obsolete and Southern States Banknotes. The grades range from AG to CU, and there are a few somewhat better pieces included, one of which is a low grade $5.00 1866 Irish Republic National Promissory Bond. Close examination is

Lot: 172 - A Small Grouping of Historic "New York Times"

A Small Grouping of Historic "New York Times" Newspapers from the 1860's. The dates fall from June 24, 1862 to September 18, 1865. There are a total of five newspapers and a key news feature from each paper includes: "Rumors of a Slave Insurrection

Lot: 173 - A Miniature Platinum and Gold Medal Pairing

A Miniature Platinum and Gold Medal Pairing: Mexico Gold Fantasy Peso bearing the less frequently encountered AUGUSTINUS DEI PROVIDENTIA obverse. Gem BU; Franklin Mint Platinum "Apollo 15 Eyewitness Mini-coin". This medal is 10 millimeters in

Lot: 174 - An Intriguing Assortment of World Medals, Tokens,

An Intriguing Assortment of World Medals, Tokens, Charms, and the like. Among the items in this lot are an earlier California Fractional Charm (possibly gold), a curious modern aluminum Russian medal in the original holder with a distinctive

Lot: 175 - A Fantastic Collection of Mostly U.S. Tokens and

A Fantastic Collection of Mostly U.S. Tokens and Medals. Even if you have no interest in bidding on this lot, we highly encourage you to give yourself the pleasure of viewing the material and enjoying its contents. This lot includes concentrations of

Lot: 176 - An Outstanding Gem Quality 1892-1893 Columbian

An Outstanding Gem Quality 1892-1893 Columbian Exposition Award Medal in the Original Case (Bronze, 77 mm). This highly prized medal was produced by Scovill Manufacturing Company of Waterbury, CT (a similar smaller version collected within the

Lot: 177 - An Impressive 14 Karat Gold 1923 Knights Templar

An Impressive 14 Karat Gold 1923 Knights Templar Past Commander "Jewel" From Nassau County, Long Island (2.020 oz Total weight, 1.1783 oz AGW). The reverse of this large, heavy gold jewel reads "Presented to/ Arthur C. Phillips/ Past Commander/ by

Lot: 178 - A Medallic Art Company Gerald R. Ford Official

A Medallic Art Company Gerald R. Ford Official Presidential Inaugural Medal struck in silver vermeil (24 karat gold electroplate on .999 fine silver). The diameter and total weight are 2 1/2 inches and 4.71 troy ounces respectively. One of 2500 such

Lot: 179 - A Handsome Set of Seldom Encountered U.S. Mint

A Handsome Set of Seldom Encountered U.S. Mint Bronze Presidential Medals. These medals are roughly 1 5/16 inches in diameter and are housed in a custom album (numerous paper pulls on the back of the album). This set is complete from Washington

Lot: 180 - An Apollo 17 Eyewitness Platinum Mini-Coin.

An Apollo 17 Eyewitness Platinum Mini-Coin. Struck by the Franklin Mint and still housed in its original holder of issue with COA. Struck in pure platinum and weighing .045 troy oz. Est. $45.

Lot: 181 - Ten Different One Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver

Ten Different One Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver Coins/Rounds. Among the contents are an Operation Desert Storm/Airborne round, as well as a U.S. Silver Eagle, Mexican Onza and Austrian Philharmonic. A total of 10 pieces enjoying a very nice mix of

Lot: 182 - A Handful of .999 Fine One Troy Ounce Silver

A Handful of .999 Fine One Troy Ounce Silver Coins/Rounds. Included are an Austrian Philharmonic, a Mexican Onza, and three Silver Towne rounds with a Saint Gaudens obverse design. A total of 5 pieces. Est. $85.

Lot: 183 - U. S. Colonial Coin. 1787 Fugio Copper, Newman

U. S. Colonial Coin. 1787 Fugio Copper, Newman 21-I (R-5). Abt VG with respect to wear. The surfaces are smooth for such a coin, but there is heavy edge damage from 11:00 to 3:00. Est. $160.

Lot: 184 - U.S. Colonial Coin. 1787 Fugio Copper, Newman 21-I

U.S. Colonial Coin. 1787 Fugio Copper, Newman 21-I (R-5). A second example of this elusive die variety. Ostensibly a VG in terms of wear, but very heavily corroded such that much of the obverse is completely obliterated. Very Scarce nonetheless. Est.

Lot: 185 - An Interesting Double Struck Connecticut Copper.

An Interesting Double Struck Connecticut Copper. U.S. Colonial Coin. 1787 Connecticut Copper, Miller 33.17-gg.2 (R-5). ET LIR. This specimen is dramatically double struck, and displays two dates on the reverse. The detail is technically that of a

Lot: 186 - U.S. Colonial Coin. 1787 New Jersey Copper, Maris

U.S. Colonial Coin. 1787 New Jersey Copper, Maris 63-s. Abt VG in terms of wear. The date and all of the lettering is entirely legible, however the surfaces exhibit uniform porosity on either side. Est. $80.

Lot: 187 - 1/2c 1795 No Pole, C-6a.

1/2c 1795 No Pole, C-6a. Struck on a cut down Talbot, Allum & Lee Cent and displaying an interesting obverse counterstamp on Liberty's neck. Detail of VG. The date and major design features are all entirely legible. Microgranular surfaces appear

Lot: 188 - 1/2c 1857 PCGS MS62 BN

1/2c 1857 PCGS MS62 BN and of premium quality for the grade. This well struck, handsome medium brown specimen is free of any of the spots and stains that normally are evident on lesser grade Mint State examples of this scarce final year of

Lot: 189 - 1c 1795 Plain Edge. S-76b (R-1), ONE CENT High in

1c 1795 Plain Edge. S-76b (R-1), ONE CENT High in Wreath. NGC Fine-12 and quite scarce at the condition level offered here. We note a handful of small stains that interrupt pleasant chestnut-brown patina. The overall surface quality however, compares

Lot: 190 - 1c 1803 Small Date, Small Fraction. S-245 (R-3).

1c 1803 Small Date, Small Fraction. S-245 (R-3). PCGS VF Detail, Environmental Damage. A degree of balanced, mild microgranularity is detectable beneath pleasing chestnut-brown patina. Still quite handsome and certainly better than most survivors of

Lot: 191 - 1c 1854 N-18. NGC AU58

1c 1854 N-18. NGC AU58 BN and a well struck medium brown example. We note two or three ancient shallow obverse marks beneath the patina that are visible with some effort, and are mentioned for full disclosure. Est. $140.

Lot: 192 - 1c 1857 Flying Eagle. PCGS AU58

1c 1857 Flying Eagle. PCGS AU58. A pleasing, balanced coppery-golden patina augments bold, evenly struck legends and design elements. Wholly original and worthy of the assigned numerical grade. Est. $320.

Lot: 193 - A Complete Date Set of Flying Eagle and

A Complete Date Set of Flying Eagle and Copper-Nickel Indian Cents (1857-1864). This lot contains one coin of each date, and the grades are all within the Good to VG/Fine range though about half reveal defects under scrutiny. A total of 8 coins. Est.

Lot: 194 - 1c 1871 UNC

1c 1871 UNC Detail, however the surfaces reveal signs of subtle cleaning. Shades of brown toning accompany bold definition. Scarce in all grades and particularly so this nice. Est. $340.

Lot: 195 - 1c 1876 PCGS MS62 BN

1c 1876 PCGS MS62 BN. Hints of mint color still adhere within the protected recesses of the design elements. This otherwise evenly toned medium brown specimen also features particularly strong central definition on either side. A scarce date in all

Lot: 196 - An ANACS Certified High Grade Indian Cent Twosome

An ANACS Certified High Grade Indian Cent Twosome: 1906 ANACS AU58 and stunningly undergraded. Mint color remains in the devices, and there is not a trace of wear. Our grade is Ch BU, Brown; 1909 ANACS MS63 BN. Sharply struck with hints of faded red

Lot: 197 - 1c 1908 ANACS MS63

1c 1908 ANACS MS63 (no color designation). The naked eye allure of this delicately faded mint red example is particularly enticing. Closer scrutiny with a glass reveals minor speckling, thus the indicated numerical grade. Est. $50.

Lot: 198 - 1c 1908-S ANACS VF35

1c 1908-S ANACS VF35 and still offering its fair share of definition at the central obverse and within the wreath on the reverse. Chocolate-brown patina is displayed on either side though we do spy a very modest degree of color variation on the

Lot: 199 - 1c 1909 Indian. PCGS MS65 RB

1c 1909 Indian. PCGS MS65 RB and arguably deserving of a full Gem Red distinction, as we have encountered a multitude of Indian Cents designated as "Red" that clearly had less mint color than this lovely coin. Rich mint color complements bold, satiny

Lot: 200 - Indian Cents Galore featuring a total of 90 coins

Indian Cents Galore featuring a total of 90 coins dated in the 1800's and 44 coins dated in the 1900's. The condition is rather mixed, though we do see an occasional somewhat nicer quality coin, especially amongst the later dates. Examination is a

Lot: 201 - Stash of 1909 Indian Cents (55) and 1909 Lincoln

An Unusual Stash of 1909 Indian Cents (55) and 1909 Lincoln Cents (25). Nearly all fall within the Good to EF grade range with respect to wear, although a significant number show discoloration and/or some other defect (especially among the Indian

Lot: 202 - Hoard of 1909 VDB Lincoln Cents

An Interesting Hoard of 1909 VDB Lincoln Cents. Nearly every coin falls within the VG to EF range. An occasional coin shows cleaning or some other problem, however most are quite decent. A total of 40 pieces, and a great stock lot for a retailer or

Lot: 203 - 1c 1909-S VDB NGC MS65 RB.

1c 1909-S VDB NGC MS65 RB. Assertive, wonderfully smooth satin-silk surfaces have mellowed to a pleasing fiery, faded mint color. This "key" date Lincoln Cent has been a favorite of collectors for several generations, and survivors at the lofty

Lot: 204 - 1c 1914-S ANACS MS60 BN.

1c 1914-S ANACS MS60 BN. A bold strike is augmented by handsome, balanced medium brown patina. We spy only a minor fleck or two on the surfaces, and are surprised that there aren't more imperfections in light of the modest Mint State grade assigned

Lot: 205 - 1c 1922 No D, Strong Reverse.

1c 1922 No D, Strong Reverse. Die Pair 2, FS-401. ANACS Good-4. Even wear and balanced medium brown patina characterizes this elusive, highly collectible variety. In fact, no set of Lincoln Cents can be considered complete without an example of this

Lot: 206 - 1c 1931-S PCGS MS64 RB.

1c 1931-S PCGS MS64 RB. This mostly Red semi-key date Lincoln Cent still offers a full measure of satiny mint bloom. Scarce. Est. $160.

Lot: 207 - 1c 1995 Doubled Die Obverse. ANACS MS66 RD

1c 1995 Doubled Die Obverse. ANACS MS66 RD and housed in an old cache holder. Full fiery red color is nearly unimprovable, and the quality is outstanding for the condition level. Est. $70.

Lot: 208 - A High Grade Certified Proof Lincoln Cent Trio

A High Grade Certified Proof Lincoln Cent Trio Plus a Solid Date Full Red Proof Cent Roll as follows: 1960 Large Date, 1961, 1963. All are graded ANACS PF68 Red, and all are quite enticing. Also included is a full standard count roll of Lovely Full

Lot: 209 - A Dealer Inventory Lincoln Cent Stock Lot

A Dealer Inventory Lincoln Cent Stock Lot (1940-2000). This lot includes miscellaneous proofs dated from 1957 to 1996 (a total of 45 pieces), and various date Mint State cents within the 1940 to 2000 date range (50 pieces). All are housed in

Lot: 210 - 3c Nickel. 1865 PCGS MS63

3c Nickel. 1865 PCGS MS63 and offering frosty-satin mint lustre. A tiny stain at the left reverse precludes a higher grade. Est. $110.

Lot: 211 - 3c Nickel. 1868 ANACS MS62

3c Nickel. 1868 ANACS MS62 and quite solid for the designated grade. A pleasant blush of gold accents the surfaces. Est. $90.

Lot: 212 - 5c 1879/8 PCGS PR65.

5c 1879/8 PCGS PR65. A needle-sharp, smooth, especially appealing example of this highly collectible proof Shield Nickel scarcity. In fact, the Grey Sheet value ($630.00) of this proof-only variety is significantly higher than the common date proofs

Lot: 213 - 5c 1890 NGC PF65.

5c 1890 NGC PF65. Razor-sharp design elements offer a distinct degree of cameo contrast against delicately toned, well mirrored fields. A total of 2740 such proofs were coined of this date. Est. $350.

Lot: 214 - 5c 1913 Type II. PCGS MS65.

5c 1913 Type II. PCGS MS65. This boldly struck Gem is solid for the assigned grade, and is immersed in unbroken satin-velvet mint bloom. Interestingly, there is also a degree of die rotation, as the reverse is rotated perhaps twenty degrees

Lot: 215 - 5c 1914-S Choice EF

5c 1914-S Choice EF and a handsome upper circulated grade example of this scarce issue. Early date Buffalo Nickels within this condition range are quite collectible indeed. Est. $85.

Lot: 216 - 5c 1919 ANACS AU58

5c 1919 ANACS AU58 and showing some interesting doubling on the last 9 in the date. Satiny, light golden surfaces show just a touch of friction. Est. $30.

Lot: 217 - 5c 1928 PCGS MS66

5c 1928 PCGS MS66 and a "roll fresh", fully vibrant jewel that is simply outstanding in every respect! Splendid chisel-sharp surfaces and wholly unencumbered silken vibrance offer truly distinctive visual allure. This glorious coin is about as nice

Lot: 218 - 5c 1928 PCGS MS65

5c 1928 PCGS MS65 and clearly of premium quality. This companion piece to the prior lot is certainly a very appealing specimen as well in every respect. The indicated condition is easily justified, and the successful bidder will be more than happy

Lot: 219 - 5c 1928 PCGS MS64

5c 1928 PCGS MS64 and a third specimen that is evidently from the same original grouping as the prior two lots. This premium quality example offers the handsome naked eye appeal of a full Gem. We recommend a long, hard look at this coin (as well as

Lot: 220 - 5c 1936-D NGC MS67

5c 1936-D NGC MS67. This delicate golden Superb Gem offers rich satiny luxuriance over lovely surface quality. This coin is tied with 25 others for finest graded at NGC, and it should also be noted that PCGS has graded only a paltry 3 pieces at the

Lot: 221 - 5c 1937 PCGS MS67

5c 1937 PCGS MS67 and an outstanding example. There certainly is not much to criticize on this Superb Gem, as the surfaces are practically flawless, even under magnification. A beauty! Est. $230.

Lot: 222 - 5c 1938-D Buffalo. ANACS MS65.

5c 1938-D Buffalo. ANACS MS65. Satiny and quite solid for the designated grade. Est. $24.

Lot: 223 - Nearly Complete Mint State Set of Jefferson

A Nearly Complete Mint State Set of Jefferson Nickels (1938-1999). None of the proofs are included in this set, although there is a full set of high grade Wartime Nickels as well as many of the other better dates including 1938-D and 1950-D. None of

Lot: 224 - A Small Hoard of Jefferson Nickel Proof Singles

A Small Hoard of Jefferson Nickel Proof Singles (1938-1996) plus nearly a dozen SMS Nickels. The vast majority of the coins are dated between 1959 and 1996, however this lot does include proofs of 1938, 1952, and 1953 (2). Nearly all of the coins

Lot: 225 - 5c 1939 Double Die Reverse

5c 1939 Double Die Reverse. Bold doubling is evident on MONTICELLO/ FIVE CENTS on the reverse. PCGS MS64 and truly a lovely example for the designated grade. The strike is far better than average, and the surfaces enjoy fresh, wholly silk-like mint

Lot: 226 - 5c 1939 Doubled Die Reverse, FS-801. NGC VF30

5c 1939 Doubled Die Reverse, FS-801. NGC VF30 and easily deserving of the designated grade. A scarce and highly collectible Redbook variety. Est. $75.

Lot: 227 - 5c 1939 Doubled Die Reverse, FS-801. NGC VF20

5c 1939 Doubled Die Reverse, FS-801. NGC VF20 and a second example of this scarcity. The definition is strong for the grade, although we do spy a couple of subtle obverse hairlines that are only visible with a glass. Est. $60.

Lot: 228 - Fresh Original Roll of 1945-S Nickels.

An Entirely Fresh Original Roll of 1945-S Nickels. It is quite evident that this roll has remained intact since they were first minted, as the lustre and coloration is uniform and wholly vibrant. A standard count 40 coin roll housed in a plastic

Lot: 229 - 5c 1997 NGC Specimen MS68

5c 1997 NGC Specimen MS68 (some light glue deposits on the outside of the NGC holder). This lovely full step coin leaves very little to be desired. The PCGS Price Guide value for this SMS issue is $100 at this elevated grade. Est. $45.

Lot: 230 - 1/2 10c 1832 V-8, LM-5. PCGS MS66

1/2 10c 1832 V-8, LM-5. PCGS MS66 and an aesthetically enthralling example! This wonderful Gem offers a splendid blend of emerald, rose, and royal blue iridescence on either side. The underlying surface quality of this satiny jewel is equally

Lot: 231 - 1/2 10c 1835 Small Date, Small 5c. NGC VF25.

1/2 10c 1835 Small Date, Small 5c. NGC VF25. A few tiny ancient marks are visible under magnification at the central obverse, however a lovely blend of aqua-blue, lavender-grey and golden iridescence more than compensates for this shortcoming. Est.

Lot: 232 - 1/2 10c 1867 NGC PF65

1/2 10c 1867 NGC PF65 Cameo and a splendid example. Chisel-sharp, frosted design features are afloat in fully reflective fields. There is a lovely overlying blush of lavender-violet iridescence that wonderfully adorns either side. The paltry business

Lot: 233 - 1/2 10c 1870 PCGS AU55

1/2 10c 1870 PCGS AU55 and conservatively graded in our opinion. Lilac-silver centers are framed by a shade of olive-grey at the extreme peripheries. Est. $65.

Lot: 234 - 10c Pattern 1870. Judd-837, Pollack-928 (R-5).

10c Pattern 1870. Judd-837, Pollack-928 (R-5). Silver, Reeded Edge. PCGS PR63. Well mirrored fields complement assertive design features. This Standard Silver pattern dime is historically significant, rare, and surprisingly affordable as compared to

Lot: 235 - 10c 1879 NGC PF64 Cameo.

10c 1879 NGC PF64 Cameo. This sharp, reflective specimen is accented by a wisp of russet-gold at the extreme obverse periphery. The reverse is bathed in rich gold with areas of peripheral iridescence. Only 1100 proofs and a mere 14,000 business

Lot: 236 - 10c 1915 ANACS AU53.

10c 1915 ANACS AU53. Wholly original, solid for the grade, and displaying light russet-golden toning on either side. Est. $50.

Lot: 237 - Large Hoard of Circulated Barber Dimes.

A Rather Large Hoard of Circulated Barber Dimes. The grades fall between AG and Abt VG, however the overwhelming percentage of the coins grade a decent Good. We count a total of 178 pieces, and this lot contains a nice mix of dates. Est. $260.

Lot: 238 - 10c 1916-D Mercury. NGC Good-4

10c 1916-D Mercury. NGC Good-4 and a natural silver-grey example that is very justifiably graded. The retained definition in the legends is solid for the condition level, and we see only minor surface imperfections that are very consistent for such a

Lot: 239 - An Enticing Octet of Mercury Dimes

An Enticing Octet of Mercury Dimes as follows: 1938, 1939 (2), 1940-D, 1944 (2), 1945, 1945-D. Every coin falls within the BU to Gem BU condition range with all but one being at least Ch BU. A total of 8 silver-white, richly vibrant examples. Est.

Lot: 240 - 10c 1942 PCGS PR64

10c 1942 PCGS PR64 and a premium example that enjoys the initial appeal of a full Gem. Vibrant, untoned, and entirely assertive. Est. $120.

Lot: 241 - High Grade Set of Roosevelt Dimes

A High Grade Set of Roosevelt Dimes (1946-1964) plus some additional coins. Every coin in this set falls within the BU to Gem BU grade range although the 1947-S, 1949-S, and 1954-D are arguably Ch AU+. There are a total of 48 coins in the set, plus

Lot: 242 - High Grade Roosevelt Dime Set (1946-1971)

A Nearly Complete High Grade Roosevelt Dime Set (1946-1971) lacking only the 1949-S, 1950-S and 1951-S to be complete. Also included are four additional later dates. Virtually every coin is in the Choice to Gem Mint State (or proof for the later date

Lot: 243 - 10c 1969-D PCGS MS67.

10c 1969-D PCGS MS67. We encourage very close examination of this premium quality, lovely Superb Gem, as there is a gigantic jump in value between the MS67 and MS68 grades for this modern issue (the PCGS Price Guide values are $26 and $725

Lot: 244 - 25c 1852-O PCGS VF20

25c 1852-O PCGS VF20 and a wholly natural, balanced medium grey example that enjoys excellent naked eye visual allure. This handsome middle grade specimen is clearly finer than another PCGS VF20 that was overly pale, and brought $1020 in a major

Lot: 245 - 25c 1896-S PCGS Good Detail, Cleaned.

25c 1896-S PCGS Good Detail, Cleaned. The detail is easily that of a full VG, as there is a partial LIBERTY on the obverse. The cleaning is not overly offensive, and this "key" date coin (preceded in rarity only by the 1901-S and 1913-S in the Barber

Lot: 246 - 25c 1930 PCGS MS65 FH

25c 1930 PCGS MS65 FH and a sharp, fresh, wholly natural Gem. Unbroken velvety lustre is accented by a shade of overlying gold on either side. Est. $440.

Lot: 247 - 25c 1932-S A strong VF/EF

25c 1932-S A strong VF/EF in terms of wear but showing signs of past cleaning. A scarce key date. Est. $70.

Lot: 248 - A Certified Earlier Washington Quarter Duo

A Certified Earlier Washington Quarter Duo as follows: 1934 Light Motto. ANACS MS63; 1937 ANACS AU58. Both are of premium quality for their respective grades. A total of 2 coins. Est. $65.

Lot: 249 - A Better Washington Quarter Threesome

A Better Washington Quarter Threesome as follows: 1934-D Heavy Motto. Ch AU. Fully frosty and elusive in the upper grades; 1935-S Ch AU/UNC in terms of wear but showing signs of a past light cleaning; 1937-D Ch BU and drenched in an abundance of

Lot: 250 - A Trio of ANACS Certified Very Choice Early

A Trio of ANACS Certified Very Choice Early Washington Quarters: 1935, 1939, 1942. All are graded ANACS MS64 and are quite pleasing to the eye. The final coin is undergraded in our opinion. A total of 3 coins. Est. $65.

Lot: 251 - 25c 1938 PCGS MS66+.

25c 1938 PCGS MS66+. The surfaces of this high-end Gem are wonderfully smooth and are enhanced by opulent velvet-like lustre beneath shades of golden-green beauty. Est. $240.

Lot: 252 - A Partial Original Roll Set of Washington Quarters

A Partial Original Roll Set of Washington Quarters containing the following dates: 1957-D, 1958-D, 1959, 1959-D, 1960, 1960-D, 1961, 1961-D, 1964-D. All are lovely wholly original Choice to Gem BU standard count rolls of 40 coins, and all are housed

Lot: 253 - Certified Superb Gem Proof Deep Cameo Washington

Certified Superb Gem Proof Deep Cameo Washington Quarters as follows: 1960 PCGS PR67 DCAM; 1960 NGC PF66 Ultra CAM; 1961 PCGS PR66 DCAM; 1962 PCI PR69 DCAM; 1963 PCI PR67 DCAM; 1964 PCI PR69 DCAM; 1973-S PCGS PR69 DCAM. The third coin is housed in an

Lot: 254 - High Grade Certified Washington Quarter Trio

A High Grade Certified Washington Quarter Trio as follows: 1960 NGC PF68 Cameo; 1961 NGC PF68 Cameo; 1968-S PCGS PR68 Cameo. A total of 3 coins enjoying a cumulative PCGS Price Guide value of nearly $120. Est. $50.

Lot: 255 - Certified Proof Washington Quarters

Certified Proof Washington Quarters, all of which are graded either PCGS PR67 Cameo or NGC PF67 Cameo. Dates included are 1960, 1962 (3), 1963, 1968-S. A total of 6 coins enjoying a cumulative PCGS Price Guide Value of over double our estimate. $55.

Lot: 256 - A Certified Silver Proof Washington Quarter

A Certified Silver Proof Washington Quarter Quintet as follows: 1961 NGC PF66 CAM; 1961 NGC PF66; 1963 PCGS PR66 CAM and housed in an old green label holder; 1963 PCGS PR66 CAM; 1964 NGC PF67. A total of 5 coins. Est. $40.

Lot: 257 - 25c 1963 NGC PF69 Cameo.

25c 1963 NGC PF69 Cameo. Liquid-white cameo surfaces are exceptional, even for an otherwise common coin such as this. Est. 80.

Lot: 258 - 25c 1964 NGC PF69 Star Cameo.

25c 1964 NGC PF69 Star Cameo. Blast white and enjoying a deep cameo obverse. The "Star" designation is highly coveted on a coin such as this, as a cameo proof graded any higher is virtually unobtainable and would easily bring in the four figure range

Lot: 259 - $100.00 Face Value in Original 1964-D Washington

$100.00 Face Value in Original 1964-D Washington Quarter Rolls. This lot consists of 10 standard count original Choice to Gem BU rolls, and each roll enjoys a Grey Sheet value of $160. All are housed in plastic tubes and are wholly fresh. Est. $1450.

Lot: 260 - $50.00 Face Value in 1964-D Washington Quarters.

$50.00 Face Value in 1964-D Washington Quarters. This lot consists of 5 standard count Choice to Gem BU original rolls of 40 coins each, and each roll enjoys a Grey Sheet value of $160. All are housed in plastic tubes and are wholly fresh. Est. $725.

Lot: 261 - A Partial Set of Certified Silver Statehood and

A Partial Set of Certified Silver Statehood and Territory Proof Quarters (1999-2009). Every coin in this lot is certified either PCGS PR69 Deep Cameo or NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo. A total of 27 coins with no duplication. The cumulative PCGS Price Guide

Lot: 262 - Partial Set of Certified Copper-Nickel Statehood

A Partial Set of Certified Copper-Nickel Statehood and Territory Proof Quarters (2000-2009). Every coin in this lot is certified either PCGS PF69 Deep Cameo or NGC PF69 Ultra Cameo. A total of 21 coins with no duplication. The cumulative PCGS Price

Lot: 263 - 50c 1813 O-105 (R-3). PCGS VF25

50c 1813 O-105 (R-3). PCGS VF25. Pleasant grey toning deepens somewhat at the peripheries of this evenly worn example. Est. $180.

Lot: 264 - 50c 1821 O-101.

50c 1821 O-101. Abt VG and a wholesome evenly worn example. Est. $65.

Lot: 265 - 50c 1823 O-104 (R-3). PCGS VF35.

50c 1823 O-104 (R-3). PCGS VF35. Wholly original, balanced shades of medium grey complement a significant degree of underlying muted mint lustre within the devices. A handsome, highly satisfying specimen for the grade, and as is often the case for

Lot: 266 - 50c 1825 O-102. NGC AU58.

50c 1825 O-102. NGC AU58. A bold double profile and neck can clearly be viewed under magnification. This evenly struck example offers underlying mint frost beneath a deep shade of olive toning on either side. Est. $600.

Lot: 267 - 50c 1825 O-116 (R-3). ANACS EF45 Details, Cleaned.

50c 1825 O-116 (R-3). ANACS EF45 Details, Cleaned. The wholly natural color and original "dirt" evident on this example leaves us puzzled by the ANACS "cleaned" qualifier. We will let the bidders decide for themselves, and encourage close scrutiny of

Lot: 268 - 50c 1827 Square Base 2, O-126.

50c 1827 Square Base 2, O-126. Choice VF. Wholly honest, smooth, and evenly worn. Est. $70.

Lot: 269 - 50c 1830 Large 0, O-121 (R-3). ANACS AU50.

50c 1830 Large 0, O-121 (R-3). ANACS AU50. Balanced light grey fields and design elements offer plenty of icy mint frost in the more protected areas of the design. Est. $250.

Lot: 270 - 50c 1831 O-106 (R-3). PCGS MS63

50c 1831 O-106 (R-3). PCGS MS63 and clearly of premium quality. This chisel-sharp specimen enjoys surfaces that are wonderfully smooth for the designated numerical grade. Likewise, unencumbered velvet-silken mint bloom is aptly accented by a lovely

Lot: 271 - 50c 1834 Small Date, Small Letters. O-119 (R-3).

50c 1834 Small Date, Small Letters. O-119 (R-3). PCGS AU58 and a wholly satisfying, well struck example that just borders on the full Mint State category. A delicate blush of lavender-golden toning aptly accents a full measure of underlying icy-satin

Lot: 272 - 50c 1836 Reeded Edge, GR-1. NGC XF40

50c 1836 Reeded Edge, GR-1. NGC XF40 and displaying pale lilac-grey toning on either side. The reverse reveals a few tiny toning specks as well as a handful of trivial rim marks. This first year of the Capped Bust, Reeded Edge type is quite RARE

Lot: 273 - A RARE 1861 Confederate Scott Token (B-8003, White

A RARE 1861 Confederate Scott Token (B-8003, White Metal). NGC MS63 and offering significantly more field reflectivity than typically encountered on this issue. The surfaces are quite sharp and are bathed in a pleasing blush of lilac-grey. There is a

Lot: 274 - 50c 1915 ANACS VG8 Details, Cleaned.

50c 1915 ANACS VG8 Details, Cleaned. Calling this example "cleaned" is a bit misleading, as the color is entirely wholesome. The obverse does however, reveal some light random central lines that are often found on examples of this type in the lower

Lot: 275 - 50c 1921 ANACS VG8.

50c 1921 ANACS VG8. This scarce specimen enjoys wholly honest color and nice even wear. Est. $130.

Lot: 276 - 50c 1921-D ANACS Good-6

50c 1921-D ANACS Good-6 and arguably deserving of a full VG distinction. The rims and legends are those of a VG, and the color is wonderfully wholesome. This issue is easily the "key" of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar series within this grade range.

Lot: 277 - 50c 1936-S PCGS MS64

50c 1936-S PCGS MS64 and a premium example that is still housed in a first generation PCGS holder. Unbroken satiny lustre is augmented by an overlying blush of light golden toning. The overall surface quality likewise, is quite smooth for the

Lot: 278 - 50c 1939 PCI PR68 Deep Cameo.

50c 1939 PCI PR68 Deep Cameo. Our grade is Gem Br Proof with a degree of cameo contrast between the fields and the design elements on both the obverse and reverse. It should be noted that PCGS has not designated a single coin of this issue as "Deep

Lot: 279 - A Partial Set of Walking Liberty Half Dollars

A Partial Set of Walking Liberty Half Dollars (1917-1946) including both a smattering of somewhat better dates and grades. The contents almost entirely falls within the VG to AU range, and examination is certainly warranted. A total of 42 coins

Lot: 280 - A Partial Set of Circulated Walking Liberty Half

A Partial Set of Circulated Walking Liberty Half Dollars (1917-1947). The contents is made up of common dates ranging in grade from AG to About EF, and there is no duplication. A total of 35 coins ($17.50 face value in 90% silver U.S. coinage) housed

Lot: 281 - Nearly Complete High Circulated Grade "Short Set"

A Nearly Complete High Circulated Grade "Short Set" of Walking Liberty Half Dollars (1941-1947) lacking only 1946, 1946-D, and 1947-D. Every coin falls within the AU to Ch AU range (with the exception of the 1944-D which is EF/AU). A handsome 17

Lot: 282 - 50c 1941 PCGS MS65.

50c 1941 PCGS MS65. A delicate hint of overlying toning accents balanced satiny fields and design elements. Est. $70.

Lot: 283 - 50c 1942-S PCGS MS64+

50c 1942-S PCGS MS64+ and awash in fully vibrant silvery-white mint frost. The surface quality is that of a full Gem, however the definition is not fully struck up at the centers, thus the assigned grade. Est. $100.

Lot: 284 - A Near Gem PCGS Certified Walking Liberty Half

A Near Gem PCGS Certified Walking Liberty Half Dollar Pairing: 1943, 1945. Both are PCGS MS64 and both are clearly of premium quality for their given grades. Smooth, assertive surfaces enjoy rich satiny lustre. A total of 2 coins. Est. $95.

Lot: 285 - 50c 1944 NGC MS65 CAC

50c 1944 NGC MS65 CAC and housed in an early "fat" holder. A blend of lavender-rose and russet-golden toning augments fully struck, velvet-like surfaces. The number of CAC approved examples of this issue and condition relative to the total population

Lot: 286 - Partial Set of Franklin Half Dollars

An Enticing Partial Set of Franklin Half Dollars including: 1950, 1951, 1951-D, 1952-D, 1952-S, 1953-D, 1954-S, 1955 Proof, 1956 Proof, 1957-D, 1958-D, 1959 Proof, 1960 Proof, 1961 Proof, 1962 Proof, 1962-D, 1963 Proof, 1963-D. The proofs are all

Lot: 287 - 50c 1951 NGC PF64 CAM

50c 1951 NGC PF64 CAM and easily worthy of the assigned grade. Blast white surfaces offer the initial naked eye allure of a full Gem, and the degree of cameo contrast nearly warrants a "Deep Cameo" designation. Est. $280.

Lot: 288 - 50c 1952 NTC PR66 CAM

50c 1952 NTC PR66 CAM. Our grade is Very Choice Br Proof or better, Cameo. The fields offer wonderfully watery mirror-reflectivity that distinctively contrasts against rich cameo legends and design elements. This example clearly would make a fine

Lot: 289 - 50c 1956 Type 2.

50c 1956 Type 2. PCGS PF67 and bizarrely undergraded in our opinion. Although we agree with the numerical grade assigned to this distinctive coin, we are dismayed by the lack of acknowledgement of the cameo contrast readily evident on either side.

Lot: 290 - $100.00 Face Value in Choice to Gem BU 1964

$100.00 Face Value in Choice to Gem BU 1964 Kennedy Half Dollars. This lot is comprised of ten entirely fresh original rolls. Each roll contains a 20 coin standard count, and each is housed in a plastic tube. The cumulative Grey Sheet value is $1700.

Lot: 291 - $50.00 Face Value in 1964 Kennedy Half Dollars

$50.00 Face Value in 1964 Kennedy Half Dollars comprised of 5 entirely fresh Choice to Gem BU original rolls. Each roll contains a 20 coin standard count, and each is housed in a plastic tube. The cumulative Grey Sheet value is $850. Est. $775.

Lot: 292 - Twosome of Cameo Certified Special Mint Set

A Twosome of Cameo Certified Special Mint Set Kennedy Half Dollars: 1966 NGC MS66 Cameo; 1967 PCGS MS66 Cameo. A total of 2 coins, both with excellent contrast. Est. $60.

Lot: 293 - 50c 1967 SMS. NGC MS66 Ultra Cameo

50c 1967 SMS. NGC MS66 Ultra Cameo and quite scarce at this grade level. The PCGS Price Guide value is $215. Est. $100.

Lot: 294 - Pair of Better Certified Proof Kennedy Half

A Pair of Better Certified Proof Kennedy Half Dollars: 1969-S NGC PF67 Ultra Cameo; 1970-S PCGS PR69 Cameo. There is a small crack in the holder of the former coin. A total of 2 pieces. Est. $55.

Lot: 295 - $1.00 Silver 1798 Pointed 9, Wide Date. BB-122,

$1.00 Silver 1798 Pointed 9, Wide Date. BB-122, B-14. NGC XF45 and a very enticing example. This balanced, well struck early dollar offers wholly natural light to medium grey toning that is accented by hints of iridescence within the obverse devices.

Lot: 296 - $1.00 Silver 1799 BB-167, B-14. Die State II.

$1.00 Silver 1799 BB-167, B-14. Die State II. "Tears before eye" in the right obverse field. PCGS XF Details, Cleaning. This well struck example retains ample definition in the hair curls, wing feathers, scroll, and shield. Evidence of cleaning is

Lot: 297 - Trade $1.00 1875-S.

Trade $1.00 1875-S. ANACS EF40. This scarcity is evenly toned and appealing to the eye. Est. $220.

Lot: 298 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7/8 TF Strong.

$1.00 Silver 1878 7/8 TF Strong. VAM-38 (R-5), Doubled LIBERTY and left blossom on the obverse. PCGS MS64+ PL (the attribution not on the PCGS insert). Bold, frosty legends and devices float in reflective fields, and are framed in just a trace of

Lot: 299 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Rev '78. VAM-79 "Missing

$1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Rev '78. VAM-79 "Missing Nostril". NGC MS63 (the attribution not on the NGC insert). Here is a premium example that enjoys the arm's length presentation of a full Very Choice or better example. Smooth, silky-satin surfaces

Lot: 300 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Rev '78. VAM-100 "Short

$1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Rev '78. VAM-100 "Short Arrow Shaft". A "Top 100" variety. NGC MS63 (the attribution not on the NGC insert). Needle-sharp legends and design features are immersed in a rich blush of golden toning. This important variety is

Lot: 301 - $1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Rev '78. VAM-146 (R-3).

$1.00 Silver 1878 7TF, Rev '78. VAM-146 (R-3). ANACS MS63. Assertive design features augment full icy-satin lustre. Est. $100.

Lot: 302 - A Better Quality Morgan Dollar Starter Octet

A Better Quality Morgan Dollar Starter Octet comprised of: 1878-S, 1881-S, 1887, 1888, 1898-O, 1900-O, 1904-O, 1921. All are in the BU+ to Very Ch BU range with the majority being at least Choice BU. The first coin is proolike and the second coin

Lot: 303 - Nearly Choice NGC Certified Morgan Dollar Trio

A Nearly Choice NGC Certified Morgan Dollar Trio as follows: 1878-S, 1884-O, 1921-S. All are graded NGC MS62 and all feature plenty of frosty mint lustre. The first displays wisps of ever so delicate violet-mauve; the others are untoned. A total of 3

Lot: 304 - $1.00 1879-S PCGS MS66.

$1.00 1879-S PCGS MS66. Here is a razor-sharp Gem that exudes rolling cartwheel-satin mint bloom on both the obverse and reverse. Est. $150.

Lot: 305 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65 and wonderfully smooth, even for a survivor at this elevated condition level. Sharp, blast-white, and truly of premium quality. Est. $95.

Lot: 306 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65 and every bit as nice as the preceding premium Gem. The surfaces are needle-sharp and wonderfully smooth. Est. $95.

Lot: 307 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65.

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65. Here is a third premium quality example for the grade. The lustre is entirely vibrant, and the strike unimprovable. Est. $95.

Lot: 308 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65

$1.00 Silver 1879-S PCGS MS65 and of premium quality for the assigned grade. Delicate overlying toning accompanies chisel-sharp design elements and semi-reflective fields. Est. $90.

Lot: 309 - $1.00 Silver 1879-S ANACS MS64 PL

$1.00 Silver 1879-S ANACS MS64 PL and a splendid premium quality example. The surface quality is arguably that of a Gem, and the obverse offers wonderfully deep, glassy cameo-mirror prooflike contrast. The reverse also offers its share of prooflike

Lot: 310 - $1.00 Silver 1880-CC Reverse of '79. PCGS MS64 PL.

$1.00 Silver 1880-CC Reverse of '79. PCGS MS64 PL. Glassy, wonderfully mirrored fields deeply contrast against rich cameo legends and design elements. This premium example is sure to please even the most finicky of collectors, as the degree of

Lot: 311 - $1.00 Silver 1880-O NGC MS61

$1.00 Silver 1880-O NGC MS61. Sharply struck, delicate lilac surfaces offer rich icy mint bloom. Scarce and underrated at any Mint State grade. Est. $100

Lot: 312 - $1.00 Silver 1880/79-S Large S (VAM-9)

$1.00 Silver 1880/79-S Large S (VAM-9). A "Top 100" variety. PCGS MS66 CAC. Take a close look at this "upper end" Gem, as needle-sharp surfaces offer quite a bit of prooflike reflectivity. The surface quality is lovely, and the degree of reflectivity

Lot: 313 - $1.00 Silver 1880-S

$1.00 Silver 1880-S PCGS MS66 and immersed in shades of lavender, rose, and subtle blue-green iridescence. The underlying surfaces likewise, are sharp and appealing. Est. $150.

Lot: 314 - $1.00 Silver 1880-S VAM-26 PCGS MS64 PL

$1.00 Silver 1880-S VAM-26 PCGS MS64 PL (the variety not indicated on the PCGS insert). Cameo devices are afloat in fields that exude shimmering glassy reflectivity. Vibrant and easily worthy of the assigned numerical grade. Est. $100.

Lot: 315 - A San Francisco Mint Nearly Gem Morgan Dollar

A San Francisco Mint Nearly Gem Morgan Dollar Twosome: 1881-S, 1882-S. Both are graded NGC MS64. The former enjoys gold and iridescent obverse, and particularly attractive multi-colored iridescent reverse toning. The latter displays shades of

Lot: 316 - Two Certified Near Gem Morgan Dollars

Two Certified Near Gem Morgan Dollars from two different Mints: 1881-S NGC MS64 and of premium quality for the designated grade; 1885-O NGC MS64 and housed in an old "fat" holder. Hints of delicate gold and iridescent toning at the peripheries. A

Lot: 317 - Threesome of Morgan Dollars

A Very Pleasing Threesome of Morgan Dollars from three different mints: 1881-S, 1888, 1904-O. All are more or less within the Very Choice BU grade range. The first offers a glint of semi-reflectivity in the fields. The last displays a prooflike

Lot: 318 - $1.00 Silver 1882-CC PCGS MS64+ PL

$1.00 Silver 1882-CC PCGS MS64+ PL. Glistening mirror-reflectivity augments chisel-sharp design elements. In fact, the lustre truly dazzles the eye as this Near Gem is rotated in the light. Est. $320.

Lot: 319 - $1.00 Silver 1882-CC

$1.00 Silver 1882-CC ANACS MS64. This very Choice example enjoys sharp definition and plenty of satiny mint bloom. Est. $200.

Lot: 320 - $1.00 Silver GSA. 1882-CC BU

$1.00 Silver GSA. 1882-CC BU and Virtually of Choice quality. This handsome example offers wholly luxuriant velvet-like mint lustre and an assertive strike. Housed in its original holder of issue with box. Est. $200.

Lot: 321 - $1.00 Silver 1883-CC ANACS MS64 PL.

$1.00 Silver 1883-CC ANACS MS64 PL. Assertive legends and design features are complemented by icy-satin reflectivity in the fields on either side. Scarce and attractive.

Lot: 322 - $1.00 Silver GSA. 1883-CC BU

$1.00 Silver GSA. 1883-CC BU with claims to the Choice category. The reverse of this satiny, meticulously struck specimen is fully Choice. Housed in its original holder and box of issue. Est. $180.

Lot: 323 - A Wonderfully Toned Gem Mint State 1883-O Morgan

A Wonderfully Toned Gem Mint State 1883-O Morgan Dollar mounted in a circa 1960's promotional holder from the Tidy House Products Company. This lovely Gem BU example displays rich shades of rose-gold, emerald, and lilac-lavender obverse iridescence,

Lot: 324 - $1.00 Silver 1884-CC PCGS MS66.

$1.00 Silver 1884-CC PCGS MS66. The surfaces are bathed in wonderfully rich, deep velvet luxuriance, and the visual allure of this strong Gem is quite impressive indeed. Est. $500.

Lot: 325 - $1.00 Silver GSA. 1884-CC BU

$1.00 Silver GSA. 1884-CC BU and approaching a fully Choice distinction. Rolling satiny lustre and full definition characterize this scarcity. Housed in its original holder of issue with box (light damage to the box). Est. $180.

Lot: 326 - $1.00 Silver 1884-O PCGS MS65 PL.

$1.00 Silver 1884-O PCGS MS65 PL. Glistening cartwheel-reflectivity and a meticulous strike characterize this vibrant, "blast white" Gem. Est. $200.

Lot: 327 - $1.00 Silver GSA. 1884-O NGC MS64

$1.00 Silver GSA. 1884-O NGC MS64 and immersed in luxuriant velvet-like mint bloom. This specimen is still housed in its hard plastic holder of issue (no box) and retains an excellent visual presentation. We rarely have the opportunity to offer GSA

Lot: 328 - A Nearly Full Roll of Higher Grade 1884-O Morgan

A Nearly Full Roll of Higher Grade 1884-O Morgan Dollars. We Count Ten coins that fall within the BU to Ch BU grade range. The remainder (8 coins) are within the AU to Ch AU range. A total of 18 pieces housed in a plastic coin tube. Est. $475.

Lot: 329 - $1.00 Silver 1885-CC NGC MS65

$1.00 Silver 1885-CC NGC MS65 and a solid, wonderfully fresh full Gem specimen. Cartwheel-satin mint bloom augments chisel-sharp definition. A particularly scarce Carson City issue at all quality levels, and particularly so at the noteworthy grade

Lot: 330 - NGC MS63 Certified Morgan Dollar Pairing

An NGC MS63 Certified Morgan Dollar Pairing: 1885-O, 1886. Both are nicely struck. The latter displays delicate lavender-golden toning. A total of 2 coins. Est. $80.

Lot: 331 - A Choice PCGS Certified Morgan Dollar Duo

A Choice PCGS Certified Morgan Dollar Duo: 1886 VAM-4. The seriph of the 1 in the date is strongly doubled; 1921-D VAM-1. Normal dies, however this specimen exhibits some interesting die cracks. Both are PCGS MS63. The former is clearly of premium

Lot: 332 - $1.00 Silver 1887-O PCGS MS63.

$1.00 Silver 1887-O PCGS MS63. Silver-white surfaces are drenched in an abundance of icy-satin mint lustre. Elusive at this quality level. Est. $110.

Lot: 333 - $1.00 Silver 1888-O "Hot Lips", VAM-4. A "Top 100"

$1.00 Silver 1888-O "Hot Lips", VAM-4. A "Top 100" Morgan Dollar variety that shows dramatic obverse die doubling at Liberty's lips, chin, and nose. A strong, evenly toned VF that reveals only a minor rim bruise at 6:00 on the obverse. This Redbook

Lot: 334 - $1.00 1889 PCGS MS63.

$1.00 1889 PCGS MS63. The surfaces offer quite a bit of reflectivity, and we are rather surprised that this vibrant example did not receive a Prooflike designation from PCGS. Est. $50.

Lot: 335 - $1.00 Silver 1889-CC

$1.00 Silver 1889-CC ANACS EF40 Details, Cleaned. Gentle cleaning accompanies a few minor rim marks. This "key" Carson City issue is RARE in all grades, and the example offered here is certainly nicer than most of the encountered survivors. Est. $600

Lot: 336 - $1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1889-O PCGS MS64. Untoned icy-satin surfaces are well struck, balanced, and easily deserving of the Near Gem grading assigned to this example. Quite scarce in this condition and so much more affordable than full Gems of this date. Est.

Lot: 337 - $1.00 Silver 1890-CC PCGS MS63 DMPL.

$1.00 Silver 1890-CC PCGS MS63 DMPL. The mirror-prooflike depth of field on this jewel-like example is truly quite impressive indeed. Moreover, the devices are fully frosty and appear to float on a "skating rink" surface. Take a close look at this

Lot: 338 - $1.00 Silver 1890-CC ANACS MS61 Cameo PL.

$1.00 Silver 1890-CC ANACS MS61 Cameo PL. This assertive specimen exudes glassy, liquid-mirror reflectivity on either side that is interrupted by only a single thin tarnish streak at the right reverse. Mint State survivors of this more elusive Carson

Lot: 339 - A Better Date Silver Dollar Duo

A Better Date Silver Dollar Duo: 1890-CC Detail of Fine with evidence of cleaning; 1934 A strong AU that displays pleasant medium russet-golden toning on either side. A total of 2 coins. Est. $110.

Lot: 340 - $1.00 Silver 1891 NGC MS62.

$1.00 Silver 1891 NGC MS62. This sharp, shimmering satiny example is accented by traces of peripheral golden toning. Est. $65.

Lot: 341 - $1.00 Silver 1891-CC PCGS MS64

$1.00 Silver 1891-CC PCGS MS64 and certainly worthy of the designated numerical grade. Rich satiny lustre is complemented by a blush of overlying golden toning. This very scarce Carson City issue more than triples in price at the full Gem grade

Lot: 342 - $1.00 Silver 1892 PCGS MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1892 PCGS MS64. The smooth, satiny presentation of this example is truly indicative of a full Gem in many respects. An overlying subtle wisp of golden toning completes this assertive, very scarce specimen. Est. $700.

Lot: 343 - $1.00 Silver 1892-CC PCGS MS63

$1.00 Silver 1892-CC PCGS MS63 and an untoned icy-white example that is quite solid for the designated grade. The strike is certainly sharper than the norm for this elusive Carson City date, and the surfaces offer excellent balance. Est. $1500.

Lot: 344 - $1.00 Silver 1892-S NGC VF30.

$1.00 Silver 1892-S NGC VF30. Just even moderate wear is evident on this honest medium grey example. An elusive date that experiences a very pronounced escalation in value as the quality level increases. Est. $130

Lot: 345 - $1.00 Silver 1894 PCGS

$1.00 Silver 1894 PCGS XF Details, Cleaned. The surfaces show clear signs of past cleaning on either side, however the degree of definition remains stronger than typically encountered on survivors of this "key" date. Along with the 1893-S, 1889-CC,

Lot: 346 - $1.00 Silver 1894-O PCGS AU55.

$1.00 Silver 1894-O PCGS AU55. Here is a nicely struck example of this scarcity that still features ample frosty mint lustre beneath delicate toning. Full Mint State survivors of this date are beyond the reach of many collectors, thus this coin may

Lot: 347 - $1.00 Silver 1897-O NGC MS62.

$1.00 Silver 1897-O NGC MS62. Solid and quite appealing for the designated numerical grade. Unlike many lesser grade Mint State Morgan Dollars, this example is free of any deep, particularly detracting marks or abrasions. The strike likewise, is

Lot: 348 - $1.00 Silver 1903-O NGC MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1903-O NGC MS64. This sharp, Near Gem example is bathed in unbroken silver-white velvet mint bloom, and easily warrants the designated numerical grade. Est. $380.

Lot: 349 - $1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS64 PL.

$1.00 Silver 1904-O PCGS MS64 PL. Here is a glistening, reflective example that is as fresh the day in which it was minted. Fully struck and offering a jewel-like presentation. Est. $100.

Lot: 350 - $1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. PCGS MS65+.

$1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. PCGS MS65+. Here is a splendid Gem that exudes originality and excellence in every respect. Virgin underlying velvet-silken surfaces are unusually vibrant for a survivor of this issue. Moreover, varying shades of smoldering

Lot: 351 - $1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. PCGS MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. PCGS MS64. Based upon the coloration and overall countenance of the present coin and the immediately preceding lot, it is quite evident that these two examples have been together for a very long time (quite possibly since

Lot: 352 - $1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. ANACS AU58

$1.00 Silver 1921 Peace. ANACS AU58 and offering abundantly fresh satin-silken mint bloom on both the obverse and reverse. In fact, this specimen is clearly of premium quality for the designated grade, and displays better visual appeal than the

Lot: 353 - Pair of NGC Certified Peace Dollars

A Pair of NGC Certified Peace Dollars: 1922 NGC MS63 with splashes of olive-mauve toning; 1925 NGC MS62. Balanced and toned an ever so subtle gold. A total of 2 coins. Est. $50.

Lot: 354 - $1.00 Silver 1923-D PCGS MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1923-D PCGS MS64. Well struck for the issue and easily deserving of its designated numerical grade. Icy-satin lustre abounds, and is complemented by areas of peripheral russet-mauve. Scarce this nice. Est. $250.

Lot: 355 - $1.00 Silver 1926-S PCGS MS64.

$1.00 Silver 1926-S PCGS MS64. This Near Gem offers a remarkably sharp strike that aptly accompanies rich silken lustre. An elusive issue at this condition level. Est. $170.

Lot: 356 - $1.00 Silver 1928 PCGS

$1.00 Silver 1928 PCGS UNC Details, Scratch. We spy a thin scratch-like obverse abrasion on Liberty's cheek, as well as a similar shorter abrasion in the left obverse field. This specimen is otherwise a fresh, solid Mint State coin with bold

Lot: 357 - A Pair of Nearly Complete Susan B. Anthony Dollar

A Pair of Nearly Complete Susan B. Anthony Dollar Sets (1979-1981). Both sets lack the 1981-S Type II proof and one lacks the 1979-P Near Date. There is also an extra 1981-S Type I in one of the sets. All of the coins fall within the Near Choice to

Lot: 358 - $1.00 Gold 1852-O Easily VF or better.

$1.00 Gold 1852-O Easily VF or better. There is a minor reverse rim bruise at 8:00, and closer scrutiny under magnification reveals a couple of ancient trivial hairlines in the lower left obverse field. This lower mintage New Orleans date deserves a

Lot: 359 - $1.00 Gold 1853 Abt UNC

$1.00 Gold 1853 Abt UNC. Yellow-golden surfaces retain their share of mint frost. Est. $210.

Lot: 360 - $1.00 Gold 1853-O

$1.00 Gold 1853-O A vibrant, frosty BU in terms of wear. Only ever so subtle obverse hairlines indicate that this scarce New Orleans Mint issue sustained a gentle cleaning at some point in the past. Est. $260.

Lot: 361 - $1.00 Gold 1854 Type I. PCGS MS62.

$1.00 Gold 1854 Type I. PCGS MS62. Sharp orange-golden surfaces offer rich frosty mint lustre. A particularly attractive example for the assigned numerical grade. Est. $240.

Lot: 362 - $1.00 Gold 1854 Type II. PCGS AU58

$1.00 Gold 1854 Type II. PCGS AU58 and ever so close to a full Mint State distinction. We spy only a couple of barely detectable hairlines in the left obverse field that are invisible to the naked eye. Rich, abundant orange-golden lustre and a

Lot: 363 - $1.00 Gold 1855 NGC AU55.

$1.00 Gold 1855 NGC AU55. This scarce, short-lived Type II gold dollar shows only light wear accompanied by plenty of frosty mint lustre. Est. $440.

Lot: 364 - $1.00 Gold 1873

$1.00 Gold 1873 Open 3. Ch Abt UNC. Even struck, well balanced, and offering plenty of lustre. Est. $230.

Lot: 365 - $1.00 Gold 1889 ANACS MS62

$1.00 Gold 1889 ANACS MS62 and a conservatively graded example of this low mintage final year of issue. Assertive orange-golden surfaces are satiny and surprisingly well balanced for this modest numerical designation. In fact, we routinely see

Lot: 366 - $2.50 Gold 1834 Classic Head.

$2.50 Gold 1834 Classic Head. NGC UNC Details, Cleaned. The strike is surprisingly assertive for an example of this short-lived Classic Head type, and the presentation is that of a Virtually Choice or better coin at a glance. Closer scrutiny reveals

Lot: 367 - $2.50 Gold 1873 Closed 3.

$2.50 Gold 1873 Closed 3. Detail of VF but a polished ex-jewelry coin that shows evidence of mount removal on the edge at 12:00.

Lot: 368 - $2.50 Gold 1878 EF

$2.50 Gold 1878 EF, perhaps a trifle better. Delicate coppery toning accompanies muted mint frost in the devices. Est. $260.

Lot: 369 - $2.50 Gold 1891 PCGS MS63.

$2.50 Gold 1891 PCGS MS63. Bold definition augments full velvet-satin mint lustre. A perusal of auction records for this scarce, low mintage date (only 10,960 pieces were struck) indicates that a finer example to that offered here has not appeared in

Lot: 370 - $2.50 Gold 1902 PCGS MS63.

$2.50 Gold 1902 PCGS MS63. Satiny yellow-golden fields and devices are completed by assertive legends and design elements. Est. $360.

Lot: 371 - $2.50 Gold 1903 PCGS MS67.

$2.50 Gold 1903 PCGS MS67. This splendid Superb Gem is as fresh as if it was minted yesterday. Razor-sharp definition, smooth surfaces, and unencumbered silken-velvet mint bloom truly places this coin in an elite grade range as compared to its more

Lot: 372 - $2.50 Gold 1903 PCGS MS62

$2.50 Gold 1903 PCGS MS62. Well struck, rich golden surfaces are complemented by frosty-satin mint lustre. Est. $340.

Lot: 373 - $2.50 Gold 1907 NGC MS61.

$2.50 Gold 1907 NGC MS61. This satiny, rich yellow-golden example offers a pleasant, balanced overall naked eye appearance despite its modest Mint State grading. Est. $320.

Lot: 374 - $2.50 Gold 1911 NGC MS62.

$2.50 Gold 1911 NGC MS62. Evenly struck, frosty yellow-golden surfaces are free from any unsightly, naked eye visible imperfections. Est. $360.

Lot: 375 - $2.50 Gold 1911

$2.50 Gold 1911 ANACS AU55 and clearly of premium quality for the designated numerical grade. Lustrous, balanced and appealing. Est. $240.

Lot: 376 - $2.50 Gold 1911

$2.50 Gold 1911 Abt UNC. Balanced surfaces still exhibit plenty of frosty lustre within the recesses of the design. Est. $250.

Lot: 377 - $2.50 Gold 1914-D PCGS MS63 CAC.

$2.50 Gold 1914-D PCGS MS63 CAC. Distinctive rose-golden surfaces display excellent balance, and are complemented by rich icy-velvet mint lustre. An uncommon date at any Mint State grade, and particularly so at the quality level offered here. Est.

Lot: 378 - $2.50 Gold 1915 PCGS MS62.

$2.50 Gold 1915 PCGS MS62. Rich orange-golden surfaces accent this well struck, frosty specimen. Est. $340.

Lot: 379 - $2.50 Gold 1927 ANACS MS61.

$2.50 Gold 1927 ANACS MS61. Orange-golden surfaces retain a rich measure of mint frost on either side. Est. $360.

Lot: 380 - $2.50 Gold 1928 PCGS MS62.

$2.50 Gold 1928 PCGS MS62. Icy-golden vibrance is augmented by chisel-sharp definition on both the obverse and reverse. Est. $360.

Lot: 381 - $2.50 Gold 1929

$2.50 Gold 1929 A fresh, wholly vibrant BU example. We note a handful of small obverse marks that preclude a higher grade, however the lustre and strike is that of a Choice or better example. Est. $320.

Lot: 382 - $3.00 Gold 1856 EF

$3.00 Gold 1856 EF or thereabouts in terms of wear, however the surfaces are overly pale from a past light cleaning. Mint frost remains quite evident within the more protected areas, and the overall visual presentation remains quite satisfying.

Lot: 383 - $3.00 Gold 1870 PCGS AU58.

$3.00 Gold 1870 PCGS AU58. Hints of coppery-rose toning mingle with retained prooflike lustre within the protected areas of the design. The strike of this very scarce issue is bold, and the surface quality is quite pleasing to the eye. A mere 3500

Lot: 384 - $5.00 Gold 1834 Classic Head, Plain 4. PCGS VF35.

$5.00 Gold 1834 Classic Head, Plain 4. PCGS VF35. Here is a rich yellow-golden example that still retains traces of original "dirt" within the crevasses of the legends and devices. This short-lived Classic Head Half Eagle type features a nice

Lot: 385 - $5.00 Gold 1843

$5.00 Gold 1843. VF or nearly so in terms of wear and showing signs of past cleaning on either side, as well as a trivial obverse rim tap at 10:00. This uncommon "No Motto" Half Eagle is deserving of a premium as compared to a similar quality "With

Lot: 386 - $5.00 Gold 1854-D NGC MS62

$5.00 Gold 1854-D NGC MS62 and a truly lovely example of this highly prized Dahlonega Mint issue. Well struck legends and design features complement wonderfully rich icy mint frost. This splendid Nearly Choice orange-golden beauty is completed by a

Lot: 387 - $5.00 Gold 1894 NGC MS64.

$5.00 Gold 1894 NGC MS64. Luxuriant velvet-silken bloom augments bold legends and design features. Although this date is considered "common" in the lower grades, the population at or above the quality level offered here drops very dramatically

Lot: 388 - $5.00 Gold 1901 PCGS MS62

$5.00 Gold 1901 PCGS MS62 and offering bold definition beneath plenty of frosty-satin mint bloom. Interestingly, the PCGS insert errantly indicates that this is a silver dollar (a much rarer coin) rather than a $5.00 gold piece! Est. $400.

Lot: 389 - $5.00 Gold 1909-D PCGS AU55.

$5.00 Gold 1909-D PCGS AU55. Lightly worn, deep yellow-golden surfaces offer mint lustre within the design the design elements on either side. Est. $400.

Lot: 390 - $5.00 Gold 1912 PCGS MS64.

$5.00 Gold 1912 PCGS MS64. This assertive deep yellow-golden specimen enjoys fresh satiny radiance on either side, and is clearly deserving of the designated numerical grade. The vulnerability of this incuse Indian Head Half Eagle design makes

Lot: 391 - $10.00 Gold 1926 PCGS MS63

$10.00 Gold 1926 PCGS MS63 and offering plenty of rich satiny mint bloom on both the obverse and reverse. Est. $800.

Lot: 392 - $20.00 Gold 1903-S PCGS MS62

$20.00 Gold 1903-S PCGS MS62 and entirely deserving of the designated grade. Bold design features and plenty of velvet-silk mint lustre characterize this example. Est. $1450.

Lot: 393 - $20.00 Gold 1904 PCGS MS65

$20.00 Gold 1904 PCGS MS65 and encapsulated in a holder bearing a gold insert. Delicate toning highlights assertive, wonderfully rich underlying silk-like surfaces. Although we have encountered gold insert holders occasionally on shipwreck Double

Lot: 394 - $20.00 Gold 1904 PCGS MS62

$20.00 Gold 1904 PCGS MS62 and well balanced for the grade. Abundant satiny lustre and a bold strike characterize this rich yellow-golden Double Eagle. Est. $1450.

Lot: 395 - $20.00 Gold 1904 PCGS MS62

$20.00 Gold 1904 PCGS MS62 and enjoying full velvet-like vibrance complemented by a bold strike. Est. $1450.

Lot: 396 - $20.00 Gold 1920 NGC MS63.

$20.00 Gold 1920 NGC MS63. Though the surfaces reveal their share of the marks that inevitably plague most examples of this uncommon date, their presence is somewhat alleviated by an abundance of satiny-velvet mint bloom. Full Gems of this date are a

Lot: 397 - $20.00 Gold 1924 Very Ch BU or better

$20.00 Gold 1924 Very Ch BU or better in terms of the initial "arm's length" appearance, however closer examination reveals evidence of deceptive cleaning. A highly attractive coin nonetheless. Est. $1350.

Lot: 398 - 50c Commemorative. 1938 Arkansas PCGS MS67.

50c Commemorative. 1938 Arkansas PCGS MS67. Unbroken velvet-like mint bloom is accented by russet-golden toning at the peripheries. The smooth surface quality of this example is certainly noteworthy, particularly for the open, vulnerable obverse

Lot: 399 - A 50c Commemorative 1936 Bay Bridge

A 50c Commemorative 1936 Bay Bridge housed in a special 50th Anniversary of issue (1986) plastic holder bearing the autograph of coin designer Jacques Schnier. The coin itself grades Choice BU or thereabouts. The example offered here is numbered 590

Lot: 400 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 Cleveland PCGS MS65

50c Commemorative. 1936 Cleveland PCGS MS65 and easily worthy of the designated grade, as the surfaces are smooth and satisfying. A blush of delicate gold accents either side. Est. $110.

Lot: 401 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 Cleveland ANACS MS64

50c Commemorative. 1936 Cleveland ANACS MS64 and enjoying handsome visual appeal for the assigned grade. This "virgin" example offers unbroken velvet-satin bloom beneath wholly honest overlying golden hues.

Lot: 402 - 50c Commemorative. 1935 Connecticut. PCGS MS65.

50c Commemorative. 1935 Connecticut. PCGS MS65. Wispy toning embellishes this fully struck, wholly satin-like Gem. Est. $250.

Lot: 403 - 50c Commemorative. 1935 Connecticut. NGC MS64

50c Commemorative. 1935 Connecticut. NGC MS64. Sharp, essentially white, and abounding in velvet-silk mint bloom. Est. $190.

Lot: 404 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 Long Island ANACS MS63

50c Commemorative. 1936 Long Island ANACS MS63. Satiny underlying lustre complements a delicate blush of golden toning. Est. $75.

Lot: 405 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 Lynchburg NGC MS65

50c Commemorative. 1936 Lynchburg NGC MS65 and characterized by icy-velvet , essentially white fields and devices. Est. $190.

Lot: 406 - 50c Commemorative. 1934 Maryland NGC MS63

50c Commemorative. 1934 Maryland NGC MS63 and enjoying a pleasing presentation. Blast-white surfaces feature rippling icy mint frost. Est. $125.

Lot: 407 - 50c Commemorative. 1934 Maryland ANACS MS63

50c Commemorative. 1934 Maryland ANACS MS63. An ever so delicate wisp of gold augments a full measure of underlying icy-satin mint bloom. Est. $120.

Lot: 408 - 50c Commemorative. 1936-S Oregon.

50c Commemorative. 1936-S Oregon. PCGS UNC Details, Cleaned. Light cleaning is evident over bold, smooth, icy-white surfaces. Just 5006 coins were struck of this issue. Est. $130.

Lot: 409 - 50c Commemorative. 1938-D Oregon. PCGS MS63.

50c Commemorative. 1938-D Oregon. PCGS MS63. Housed in a first generation holder and undergraded by the standards of today. This richly lustrous, assertive, delicately toned example is easily of Very Choice quality. One of only 6005 pieces struck.

Lot: 410 - 50c Commemorative. 1938-S Oregon. PCGS MS63.

50c Commemorative. 1938-S Oregon. PCGS MS63. This first generation PCGS example is a prime "crackout" candidate, as it is clearly of full Gem quality by the standards of today. Silvery-white surface are smooth, sharp, and quite appealing. Only 6006

Lot: 411 - 50c Commemorative. 1939-S Oregon.

50c Commemorative. 1939-S Oregon. PCGS UNC Details, Cleaned. The cleaning sustained by this low mintage commemorative is subtle, and the naked eye presentation remains quite nice. A mere 3005 pieces were struck of this date, thus placing it among

Lot: 412 - 50c Commemorative. 1915-S Panama-Pacific PCGS MS63

50c Commemorative. 1915-S Panama-Pacific PCGS MS63 CAC. Here is a satiny, wholly natural, premium quality russet-mauve example that enjoys significantly better visual appeal than typically encountered at this grade. A scarce commemorative issue that

Lot: 413 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 Robinson. PCGS MS64.

50c Commemorative. 1936 Robinson. PCGS MS64. This premium quality, smooth, icy example is arguably worthy of a full Gem distinction. Est. $90.

Lot: 414 - 50c Commemorative. 1935-S San Diego. NGC MS65

50c Commemorative. 1935-S San Diego. NGC MS65. Here is an assertive, fresh Gem that offers satiny-velvet radiance on either side. Est. $95.

Lot: 415 - 50c Commemorative. 1926 Sesquicentennial NGC MS65

50c Commemorative. 1926 Sesquicentennial NGC MS65. There is a blush of delicate golden toning that overlies smooth velvet-satin mint bloom. Examples of this issue at the elevated grade offered here are about as nice as are realistically within the

Lot: 416 - 50c Commemorative. 1925 Vancouver PCGS AU58 CAC

50c Commemorative. 1936-D Texas PCGS MS66. Pale lilac-grey toning augments underlying velvet-satin richness. This wholly original specimen is easily worthy of its designated numerical grade. Est. $170.

Lot: 417 - 50c Commemorative. 1925 Vancouver PCGS MS67 CAC.

50c Commemorative. 1925 Vancouver PCGS MS67 CAC. Here is a satiny, wholly original Superb Gem that offers rich golden toning accented by splashes of peripheral aqua-blue iridescence. It should be noted that PCGS has graded only 3 examples of this

Lot: 418 - 50c Commemorative. 1925 Vancouver PCGS AU58 CAC.

50c Commemorative. 1925 Vancouver PCGS AU58 CAC. Balanced. fully frosty surfaces reveal just a hint of friction on the high points of the design. Scarce. Est. $240.

Lot: 419 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 York. NGC MS65.

50c Commemorative. 1936 York. NGC MS65. Sharp and offering the slightest wisp of delicate gold over satiny lustre. Est. $130.

Lot: 420 - 50c Commemorative. 1936 York ANACS MS65

50c Commemorative. 1936 York ANACS MS65 and a scarcer commemorative issue. There is a blend of olive-russet and golden toning that somewhat mutes underlying satiny lustre.

Lot: 421 - $1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1903 Louisiana Purchase,

$1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1903 Louisiana Purchase, Jefferson. PCGS UNC Detail, Tooled. There is a small area adjacent to Jefferson's lips in the left obverse field that probably was the location of a small spot, stain or other defect that was

Lot: 422 - $1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1916 McKinley PCGS MS66+

$1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1916 McKinley PCGS MS66+ and a truly lovely "high end" Gem specimen. Close scrutiny of this jewel for any upgrade potential is certainly warranted in light of the substantial jump in value from the MS66 (Grey Sheet= $700) to

Lot: 423 - $1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1922 Grant, No Star.

$1.00 Gold Commemorative. 1922 Grant, No Star. PCGS MS65. This bold example offers velvet-like mint bloom on both the obverse and reverse. Scarce at any grade, and particularly so this nice. Est. $1000.

Lot: 424 - $2.50 Gold Commemorative. 1926 Sesquicentennial.

$2.50 Gold Commemorative. 1926 Sesquicentennial. NGC MS64 and a prime "crackout" candidate in our opinion. The smoothness of the obverse surfaces, even at the most vulnerable locations, easily warrant a full Gem distinction. Likewise, wonderfully

Lot: 425 - U.S. Modern Commemorative. 2001 Buffalo Silver

U.S. Modern Commemorative. 2001 Buffalo Silver Dollar Two-Piece Set. This set contains both the 2001-P Proof and 2001-D BU of this scarce, highly collectible modern issue. A Gem set that is still housed in its original box of issue with slipcover and

Lot: 426 - U.S. Modern Commemorative. 2001 Buffalo Silver

U.S. Modern Commemorative. 2001 Buffalo Silver Dollar Two-Piece Set. A second offering of this highly collectible set containing both the 2001-P Proof and 2001-D BU. A Gem set that is still housed in its original box of issue with slipcover (trivial

Lot: 427 - $5.00 Gold Commemorative. 2012-W Star Spangled

$5.00 Gold Commemorative. 2012-W Star Spangled Banner. NGC MS70 and a splendid, flawless example. The PCGS Price Guide value at this ultimate grade is $525. Est. $380.

Lot: 428 - U.S. Territorial Gold. $50.00 1851 Augustus

U.S. Territorial Gold. $50.00 1851 Augustus Humbert. Octagonal, Reeded Edge, 887 THOUS. Kagin-7 (R-4). NGC XF40. This rich yellow-golden "slug" is surprisingly smooth for the issue, and still retains its share of frosty mint vibrance on the surfaces.

Lot: 429 - 25c California Fractional Gold. 1870 Octagonal

25c California Fractional Gold. 1870 Octagonal Liberty Head, Value and CAL in Wreath. BG-761. PCGS AU53 and displaying light friction over reflective fields. Est. $180.

Lot: 430 - 25c California Fractional Gold. 1871 Octagonal

25c California Fractional Gold. 1871 Octagonal Liberty Head, Value and CAL in Wreath. BG-765. PCGS AU55. This wholly original example offers coppery toning on either side. Est. $170.

Lot: 431 - A Trio of Holed California Fractional Gold Coins

A Trio of Holed California Fractional Gold Coins including: 25c 1871 Round Liberty Head, 50c 1853 Round Liberty Head, 50c 1871 Octagonal Liberty Head. All fall within the EF to Ch AU range in terms of wear, however all have been holed at 12:00 (the

Lot: 432 - 1942 Five-Piece U.S. Proof Set.

1942 Five-Piece U.S. Proof Set. Close scrutiny of the Half Dollar in this very scarce set reveals some obverse hairlines. The remainder of the set easily falls within the Choice to Gem condition range, and the cent retains nearly full mint color. A

Lot: 433 - 1950 U.S. Proof Set.

1950 U.S. Proof Set. This Very Choice to Gem quality early proof set offers delicately toned silver coins and a full Red cent. Quite scarce and housed in a custom lucite holder. Est. $420.

Lot: 434 - 1950 U.S. Proof Set.

1950 U.S. Proof Set. Every coin contained in this early date set falls within the Choice to Gem quality range. The silver coins are essentially untoned, and the cent retains full mint color. Quite scarce and housed in a custom lucite holder. Est.

Lot: 435 - 1951 U.S. Proof Set.

1951 U.S. Proof Set. The silver coins in this Choice to Gem set all exhibit matching russet-mauve iridescence, and the cent offers delicately faded mint color. We have always considered this proof set issue to be underrated, as this date tends to

Lot: 436 - 1954 U.S. Mint Set

1954 U.S. Mint Set containing two coins of each denomination and mintmark struck for circulation of this date. The contents of this handsome, well matched set have clearly been together since they were minted. The coins are still housed in their

Lot: 437 - 1955 U.S. Mint Set

1955 U.S. Mint Set containing two coins of each denomination and mintmark struck for circulation of this date. A wholly original, well matched set that is still housed in its cardboard holders, inner envelope, and outer mailer of issue. A total of 22

Lot: 438 - 1956 U.S. Mint Set

1956 U.S. Mint Set containing two coins of each denomination and mintmark struck for circulation of this date. This handsome set deserves closer scrutiny, as the coloration is certainly superior to the norm. A lovely set that is still housed in its

Lot: 439 - 1957 U.S. Mint Set

1957 U.S. Mint Set containing two coins of each denomination and mintmark struck for circulation of this date. This "virgin" set is still housed in its original cardboard holders, inner envelope, and outer mailer of issue. The "P" Mint coins are

Lot: 440 - 1958 U.S. Mint Set

1958 U.S. Mint Set containing two coins of each denomination and mintmark struck for circulation of this date. A well matched, wholly original set that is still housed in its original cardboard holders, inner envelope (torn) and outer mailer of

Lot: 441 - 1958 U.S. Mint Set

1958 U.S. Mint Set containing two coins of each denomination and mintmark struck for circulation of this date. This set is particularly appealing and worthy of close examination. Well matched, wholly honest, and still housed in its original cardboard

Lot: 442 - A Beautiful Run of 1952 to 1954 PDS Cents Through

A Beautiful Run of 1952 to 1954 PDS Cents Through Half Dollars in the Choice to Gem BU grade range. The coins of each year are mounted in vintage 1950's Meghrig display pages. All of the cents are full red, with just the slightest hints of toning.

Lot: 443 - An Extensive Run of U.S. Proof Sets

An Extensive Run of U.S. Proof Sets containing one set of each date from 1968 through 2003 lacking only 1971, 1973, 1977, 1978, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1992, and 2002. All in their original plastic holders and boxes of issue. A total of 27 sets. A

Lot: 444 - Fifty Set Hoard of 2010 Presidential Dollar Proof

A Fifty Set Hoard of 2010 Presidential Dollar Proof Sets. All are fresh 4-piece sets in the original U.S. Mint boxes. The cumulative Grey Sheet value for the 50 sets is $600. A successful internet bidder should expect to pay extra postage. Est. $550.

Lot: 445 - A RARE and Highly Prized 1995-W Tenth Anniversary

A RARE and Highly Prized 1995-W Tenth Anniversary Gold and Silver Eagle Five-Piece Proof Set including the "key" 1995-W Silver Eagle. This pristine set is still housed in its original U.S. Mint holder of issue with outer box and COA. This set

Lot: 446 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 1996 1/10 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 1996 1/10 oz Eagle. NGC MS69 and a virtually flawless specimen. Est. $150.

Lot: 447 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2002 1/10 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2002 1/10 oz Eagle. NGC MS69 and offering pleasing visual appeal. Est. $150.

Lot: 448 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2005 1/10 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2005 1/10 oz Eagle. NGC MS70. Worthy of a premium at this ultimate condition level. Est. $180.

Lot: 449 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2005 1/10 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2005 1/10 oz Eagle. ACC MS70 (American Certified Coins). This grading service is unknown to us, however the encapsulated coin is indeed quite nice. Est. $150.

Lot: 450 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2006 1/10 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2006 1/10 oz Eagle. NGC Gem Unc, First Strike. This example features a special "First Strikes" insert. Est. $150.

Lot: 451 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2007-W 1/10 oz Eagle

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2007-W 1/10 oz Eagle. Superb Gem Burnished Unc. This scarcer West Point Mint burnished UNC enjoys a mintage of only 22,501 pieces. Est. $160.

Lot: 452 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2009 1/10 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2009 1/10 oz Eagle. NGC MS70 and deserving of a premium due to its perfect quality. Est. $170.

Lot: 453 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2010 1/10 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $5.00 Gold 2010 1/10 oz Eagle. NGC MS70 Early Release. The "Early Releases" insert adds extra character to this perfect specimen. Est. $180.

Lot: 454 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2002 1/4 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2002 1/4 oz Eagle. Superb Gem BU and a nearly flawless specimen. This scarcer date enjoys a Grey Sheet value of $600. Est. $525.

Lot: 455 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2003 1/4 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2003 1/4 oz Eagle. NGC MS70. Fully struck and wonderfully pleasing. Est. $360.

Lot: 456 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2003 1/4 oz Eagle.

U.S. Modern Eagle. $10.00 Gold 2003 1/4 oz Eagle. ICG MS70 and virtually flawless. Est. $360.

Lot: 457 - U.S. Modern Eagle. $50.00 Platinum 2003-W 1/2 oz

U.S. Modern Eagle. $50.00 Platinum 2003-W 1/2 oz Eagle. Superb Gem Proof and still in the original holder of issue with COA, however the top of the outer box is missing. Only 7131 such proofs were coined of this date. Est. $460.

Lot: 458 - A 50th Anniversary 2014-W Gold Kennedy Half Dollar

A 50th Anniversary 2014-W Gold Kennedy Half Dollar Proof (.7500 oz AGW). Gem Br Proof though we do spy two small obverse copper spots on handsome deep cameo surfaces. Housed in the original wooden box of issue with COA, outer box, and slipcase (light

Lot: 459 - America the Beautiful Five-Ounce Silver Bullion

America the Beautiful Five-Ounce Silver Bullion Coin. 2013-P Perry's Memorial. A fresh Specimen Superb Gem Unc specimen in the original box and slipcase of issue with COA. Est., $120.

Lot: 460 - America the Beautiful Five-Ounce Silver Bullion

America the Beautiful Five-Ounce Silver Bullion Coin 2013-P White Mountain. A fresh Specimen Superb Gem Unc specimen in the original box and slipcase of issue with COA. Est. $100.

Lot: 461 - A Quintet of Early U.S. Type Coins

A Quintet of Early U.S. Type Coins: 1/2c 1808 B-3, C-3. The obverse is that of a strong Good or better. The reverse is Abt Good; 1/2c 1825 G/VG however there is an old vertical scratch on the reverse; 25c 1877 The obverse is VG and the reverse is

Lot: 462 - Lower and Middle Grade Type Coins plus a Hard

A Useful Grouping of Lower and Middle Grade Type Coins plus a Hard Times Token: 1c 1822 VG; 1846 Small Date VG+; 1862 VG/Fine; 3c Nickel 1874 VG; 1/2 10c 1872 F/VF with light obverse speckling; 10c 1853 Arrows VF+; 25c 1853 Arrs & Rays Abt. VF;

Lot: 463 - U.S. Type Coin Assortment

A Compelling Higher Condition U.S. Type Coin Assortment: 1c 1851 Detail of AU or thereabouts but with some patches of mild roughness and evidence of cleaning; 1888 AU/UNC Detail, recolored; 1907 Ch AU or better but with a reverse rim defect at 4:00;

Lot: 464 - Consignment U.S. Type Coin Assortment

A Remainder of Consignment U.S. Type Coin Assortment including: 3c Nickel 1865, 1870 both in the VG/Fine range with signs of cleaning; 5c 1913 Type I VF, 1937 BU, 1937-D Ch AU with faint reverse scratches, 1937-S Ch BU+; 25c 1932-D Fair with a

Lot: 465 - A Balance of Consignment Lot

A Balance of Consignment Lot containing: 25c 1929 Fine; 1932 EF/AU, deeply toned; 1935-S Fine; 1937 EF/AU, lightly cleaned; 1948 AU+; 1954-D Ch AU; 50c 1892 Columbian Expo VF/EF; 1925 Stone Mountain AU+, scattered light rim marks; 1954 Ch BU, well

Lot: 466 - An Estate Accumulation of U.S. Silver Coinage.

An Estate Accumulation of U.S. Silver Coinage. Included are: 18 pcs 90% silver 10c; 98 pcs 90% silver 25c; 5 pcs 40% silver 50c. The condition runs the gamut from Fair to Ch AU, and an occasional earlier date coin is present in the mix. A total of




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