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Fabulous Fall Coin Consignment Auctions 7 of 7 D2

Mon Nov 29 - 05:45PM


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  • WELCOME TO THE AUCTION

    WELCOME TO THE AUCTION

  • 1921-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice

    1921-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice

  • 1955-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM++ Unc

    1955-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM++ Unc

  • 1870's US Fractional Currency 25c Fifth

    1870's US Fractional Currency 25c Fifth

Lot: 1 - WELCOME TO THE AUCTION

Just to Reiterate from our terms and conditions: I do my best to estimate the grade/condition of the coins, but please note, unless specifically mentioned in the description, I do not guarantee grade or condition. I DO ALWAYS GUARANTEE 100% AUTHENTICITY, on an immediate buyback including any premium paid. But please understand, if you win a coin and receive it and send it out to one of the grading companies and it comes back graded less than I estimated or "genuine but Ungradeable", we will not buy back that coin. No refunds will be issued. Please understand this and look at the large pictures and make your own decision on the grade/condition. I do my best to give you my best estimate and your repeat attendance at my auctions is what I strive for, so I always attempt to give my best description/estimate of the coins being auctioned.

Lot: 301 - 1921-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1921-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 302 - 1955-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM++ Unc RD

1955-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM++ Unc RD.

Lot: 306 - 1870's US Fractional Currency 25c Fifth Issue fr-1308 LonG Key Robert Walker Secretary of the Treasury Graded vf35 By PMG

1870's US Fractional Currency 25c Fifth Issue fr-1308 LonG Key Robert Walker Secretary of the Treasury Graded vf35 By PMG. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 307 - NGC 1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62 By NGC

NGC 1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62 By NGC.

Lot: 308 - 1936-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc

1936-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 309 - 1863 Army & Navy F-220-322a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf+

1863 Army & Navy F-220-322a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf+.

Lot: 313 - 1921-d vam 1I I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1921-d vam 1I I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 314 - 1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 315 - 1954-p Wash/Car Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc

1954-p Wash/Car Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc. The Final Coin in the Old Commemorative Program. It was Minted to Revive the Ending Booker T Washington Commemorative and to Honor Washington Carver. When examining a Wash/Carver examine the High Points, which are Carver's cheek on the Obverse and the Center of the USA on the Reverse.

Lot: 316 - 1909 vdb Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM Unc RD

1909 vdb Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM Unc RD. Always sought after date. Always popular.

Lot: 317 - 1898-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details

1898-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details.

Lot: 318 - 1929 $10 National Currency 'The Du Bois National Bank of Du Bois, PA' Ty 2 Grades vf+

1929 $10 National Currency 'The Du Bois National Bank of Du Bois, PA' Ty 2 Grades vf+.

Lot: 319 - 1851 N-7 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf++

1851 N-7 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf++.

Lot: 321 - 1887-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1887-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 322 - 1863 Washington F-107-432a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf+

1863 Washington F-107-432a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf+.

Lot: 323 - 1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 325 - 1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 326 - 1943-s Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc

1943-s Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 327 - 1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 328 - 1916-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM+ Unc RB

1916-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM+ Unc RB.

Lot: 329 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s Rev '78 Top 100 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Unc Details By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s Rev '78 Top 100 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Unc Details By USCG.

Lot: 331 - 1883-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades AU Details

1883-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades AU Details.

Lot: 332 - 1929 $5 National Currency 'TheMiflin County National Bank Of Lewistown, PA' TY I Grades f+

1929 $5 National Currency 'TheMiflin County National Bank Of Lewistown, PA' TY I Grades f+.

Lot: 336 - 1957-d Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM++ Unc RD

1957-d Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM++ Unc RD.

Lot: 337 - 1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades AU Details

1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades AU Details.

Lot: 338 - 1927-d Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1927-d Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 339 - 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.

Lot: 341 - 1896-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select AU

1896-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select AU.

Lot: 342 - 1863 Indian F-NY-630-L-6a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++

1863 Indian F-NY-630-L-6a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++.

Lot: 344 - 1936-p Mint error Lincoln Cent 1c Grades AU, Almost Unc

1936-p Mint error Lincoln Cent 1c Grades AU, Almost Unc.

Lot: 345 - 1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.

Lot: 346 - 1862 $100 Confederate Note, T-39 Richmond, Virginia Graded vf25

1862 $100 Confederate Note, T-39 Richmond, Virginia Graded vf25. High-denomination $100 Confederate Notes are in great demand among collectors and history buffs alike. Carefully preserved for over 155 years since the Civil War. This was the first interest bearing $100 note to be issued in large quantities by the Confederacy. They paid a 7.3% annual interest rate; double that of the First Series notes of Montgomery and Richmond. Some were issued by agents by hand, and their signatures—and sometimes the place of issue—are written on the backs. Some T-39s also have interest paid stamps on the backs indicating that the interest was collected by the bearer. The notes have a popular “Train” vignette on the front, with easily visible “straight steam” (all white) coming out of the smokestack. To the left is a vignette of a milkmaid. Once thought to be an apple, the object in her left hand above her head is most likely the handle of the bucket on her head. These notes were payable six months after the ratification of a Treaty of Peace between the Confederate States and United States and were not fundable.

Lot: 347 - 1826 O-105 R3 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades f+

1826 O-105 R3 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades f+.

Lot: 348 - 1935-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM++ FSB

1935-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM++ FSB.

Lot: 349 - 1879-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1879-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 350 - 1920 Pilgrim Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc

1920 Pilgrim Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc. When examining a Pilgrim, look for wear on the Crow's Nest and on the Cheek Bone on the Obverse, as these are the High Points.

Lot: 351 - 1883-o Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1883-o Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 352 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1934-s Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms62 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1934-s Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms62 details By SEGS.

Lot: 353 - 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 354 - 1853 TY I Gold Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details

1853 TY I Gold Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details.

Lot: 355 - 1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc. Slightly better date. First year of issue.

Lot: 356 - ***Auction Highlight*** PCGS 1862 $2 Ultra Rare Confederate States of Amceria Mint Error T-42 Gutter Fold On Face Graded f15 By PCGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** PCGS 1862 $2 Ultra Rare Confederate States of Amceria Mint Error T-42 Gutter Fold On Face Graded f15 By PCGS. This $2 Confederate note has a picture of Judah P. Benjamin on the right side of the note. This note was printed with black ink on pink paper. There is no design on the back

Lot: 357 - 1934-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades Select Unc

1934-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 358 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1869 Shield Nickel 5c Graded ms64+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1869 Shield Nickel 5c Graded ms64+ By SEGS.

Lot: 359 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1787 New Jersey Maris 53-J 'Largest Head,' R-4 Colonial Cent 1c Graded vf20 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1787 New Jersey Maris 53-J 'Largest Head,' R-4 Colonial Cent 1c Graded vf20 details By SEGS.

Lot: 360 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1901-s Near Top POP! Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms66 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1901-s Near Top POP! Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms66 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin

Lot: 361 - 1898-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1898-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 362 - Original sealed 1962 United States Mint Proof Set

Original sealed 1962 United States Mint Proof Set. Up for Auction is an Unopened 1962 Proof Set In Original Envelope! The Proof set in this Envelope has never been reviewed or examined by anyone. Virtually every 1962 Proof Set has been looked at by Coin Experts who have identified potential PR70 DCAM Coins and had them slabbed. Those opened Proof Sets you find at coin shows or for sale individually have almost certainly been examined and reviewed., So, What COULD be in This Set, Well here are the 5 things that could be inside A Franklin 50c in PR69 DCAM Trending $4,750, a Washington 25c in PR69 DCAM Trending $5,000, a Roosevelt Dime in PR70 DCAM Trending $275, BUT That’s Just the Start, There also could be a Jefferson 5c in PR69 DCAM, TRENDING $550, BUT EVEN THAT IS JUST THE SIDESHOW! The REAL WINNER IN THIS LOTTERY BOX IS The Lincoln Penny, a 1962 PROOF Lincoln 1c in Large Date PR69 DCAM TRENDS $950 This could be one of the very last Sealed Envelopes in EXISTENCE. This “WONKA” Box could Contain Coins Worth $47,000 - Good Luck in Obtaining This Unopened 1962 Proof Set!!!

Lot: 363 - 1878-p 7tf vam 134 I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1878-p 7tf vam 134 I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.

Lot: 364 - 1917-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Select Unc

1917-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 365 - 1888-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

1888-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL.

Lot: 366 - 1925 Stone Mountain Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc

1925 Stone Mountain Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc. One of the most Beloved Commemoratives. A perennial favorite and one of the most popular commemoratives - the Stone Mountain never dissapoints in its desirability. It celebrates the construction of a monument carved into The Stone Mountain outside of Atlanta, except the Monument was not completed till 1970 some 45 years after is minting. The original designer of the monument was discharged after a falling out and went on to create Mount Rushmore. When Examining a Stone Mountain Commemorative examine General Lee’s elbow and the eagle’s breast for the first signs of wear.

Lot: 367 - ***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Shotgun Peace $1 Roll 1923 & P Ends Virtually UNC (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Shotgun Peace $1 Roll 1923 & P Ends Virtually UNC. Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Peace Dollar Roll In an This roll is held in an old Steel strong wrapper, patented 1921, stamped "Bankers Trust Company of Philadelphia, Walnut Street at Juniper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. A Uncirculated peace Dollar a Weights 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.58 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.72 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Peace Dollars.

Lot: 368 - 1853 Three Cent Silver 3cs Grades Select Unc

1853 Three Cent Silver 3cs Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 369 - 1886-p Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1886-p Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 370 - 1929 $20 National Currency 'The Western National Bank Of Baltamore, MD' Type 1 Grades xf

1929 $20 National Currency 'The Western National Bank Of Baltamore, MD' Type 1 Grades xf.

Lot: 371 - 1897-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details

1897-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details.

Lot: 372 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1909-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1909-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG.

Lot: 373 - 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc DMPL

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc DMPL.

Lot: 374 - 1924 Huguenot Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc

1924 Huguenot Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc. Issued to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the settlement of New Netherlands, the 1924 Huguenot Walloon Tercentenary Half Dollar was the only commemorative coin released for the year. The following year would see the issuance of coins under four different programs, the greatest number to date, although it would later be exceeded.The subject of commemoration was the founding of New Netherlands, now New York, by a group of Dutch colonists in 1624. A church group known as the Huguenot-Walloon New Netherland Commission sought the commemorative coin program, which was eventually approved. There was some controversy about the role of government in creating a fund raiser for a private church group, although the program proceeded.The obverse of the 1924 Huguenot Half Dollar featured portraits of Admiral Coligny and William the Silent. Although they were not involved in the settlement, they were viewed as leaders in the struggle for religious freedom.An image of the New Nederland is shown on the reverse. This is the ship that brought the settlers to the New World. Both the obverse and reverse were designed by George T. Morgan.

Lot: 375 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1892-p vam 6 I3 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1892-p vam 6 I3 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc By USCG.

Lot: 376 - 1925-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1925-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 377 - 1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 378 - 1834 Capped Bust Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades AU Details

1834 Capped Bust Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades AU Details.

Lot: 379 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1882-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS.

Lot: 380 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1835 O-110 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded au58+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1835 O-110 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded au58+ By SEGS.

Lot: 381 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS.

Lot: 382 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1852-p Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms62 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1852-p Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms62 By SEGS.

Lot: 383 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1795 Centered Bust BB-52/B-15 Draped Bust Dollar $1 Graded au55 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1795 Centered Bust BB-52/B-15 Draped Bust Dollar $1 Graded au55 By SEGS.

Lot: 384 - ***Auction Highlight*** PCGS 1950A $20 FRN Mint Error Prined Foldover Error Chicago, IL Graded au58 PPQ By PCGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** PCGS 1950A $20 FRN Mint Error Prined Foldover Error Chicago, IL Graded au58 PPQ By PCGS. A Corey's Pick

Lot: 385 - Proof ***Auction Highlight*** 1868 Indian Cent 1c Graded pr66 bn By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1868 Indian Cent 1c Graded pr66 bn By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

Lot: 386 - ***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1896 S-17 HK-786 Bryan & Spaulding & Co. Bryan Dollar $1 Graded au58 By NGC

***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1896 S-17 HK-786 Bryan & Spaulding & Co. Bryan Dollar $1 Graded au58 By NGC. Up for Auction, in a cool oversized NGC holder is a Bryan Dollar. Bryan refers to William Jennings Bryan and the Political campaigns of 1896 and 1900. These medals were made by Eastern silversmiths during Presidential campaigns of 1896 and 1900. They were more dignified in tone than many contemporary pieces issued for the same purpose, as latter usually were struck in base metal and were most satirical of Bryan and his cause. These silver medals showed comparative size and ratio of a dollar struck at the then-current price of silver with what it would be like if free coinage were to rule. They are much more than mere political pieces as they bore direct reference to the silver controversy and, hence, to our national coinage.

Lot: 387 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1909-s Gold St. Gaudens Double Eagle $20 Graded ms66 By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1909-s Gold St. Gaudens Double Eagle $20 Graded ms66 By USCG.

Lot: 388 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms63 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms63 By SEGS.

Lot: 389 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1873-s Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms64 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1873-s Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms64 By SEGS.

Lot: 390 - 1897-p Barber Quarter 25c Grades Select Unc

1897-p Barber Quarter 25c Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 391 - ***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Casino Las Vegas Sands silver $1 roll $20, 1921 & CC end (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Casino Las Vegas Sands silver $1 roll $20, 1921 & CC end. This roll is held in an old casino wrapper from Las Vegas. This roll contains 20 Morgan and/or Peace Silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. The Dates may range from 1878 to 1935. Better dates/mint marks & conditions may be found but should not be expected. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is both 20 Silver Dollars and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a huge Estate Hoard of these Rolls.

Lot: 392 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1924-d TOP POP! Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms67+ FH By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1924-d TOP POP! Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms67+ FH By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

Lot: 393 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS.

Lot: 394 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1827 O-120 R3 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded ms62+ By SEGS

***Auction Highlight*** 1827 O-120 R3 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded ms62+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin

Lot: 395 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1893-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice AU/BU Slider By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1893-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice AU/BU Slider By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

Lot: 396 - ***Auction Highlight*** 25¢ Experimental Fractional Currency Washington – M#2E25F.3f TOP POP! Graded cu64 EPQ By PMG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 25¢ Experimental Fractional Currency Washington – M#2E25F.3f TOP POP! Graded cu64 EPQ By PMG. This U.S. fractional note is a M#2E25F.3f experimental variety. It features a portrait of George Washington in the center of the fronat, and has an plain back side. This unissued Expermintal fractional note.

Lot: 397 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS.

Lot: 398 - 1923-p Top 50 Vam 1A 1 I3 R6 'Wisker Jaw' Peace Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1923-p Top 50 Vam 1A 1 I3 R6 'Wisker Jaw' Peace Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 399 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS.

Lot: 400 - 1936 Gettysburg Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc

1936 Gettysburg Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc. The 1936 Battle of Gettysburg Half Dollar was issued to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the pivotal battle of the American Civil War. The issue has become one of the more popular amongst the early commemorative coins.The obverse depicts Union and Confederate soldiers in profile. On the reverse are Union and Confederate shields separated by a fasces, a bundle of sticks bound together around a double sided axe, with sprays of oak and laurel to each side. Designed by Frank Vittor, the design for the coin is sometimes described as metallic in appearance. This effect is created by the outer ring containing inscriptions and the exaggerated basining of the fields.Similar to the Delaware Half Dollar, the Gettysburg Half Dollar is associated with a somewhat confusing array of dates. The coins are issued to celebrate an anniversary which occurs in 1938, however they were issued in 1937, and dated 1936.The maximum authorized mintage for the Battle of Gettysburg Half Dollar was 50,000 pieces to be struck at a single mint. The entire number was struck at the Philadelphia Mint and distributed by the Pennsylvania State Commission at a price of $1.65 per coin. In 1938, an unsold quantity of coins was turned over to the American Legion Department of Pennsylvania, who sold the coins for $2.65 each. Eventually, an unsold quantity of 23,100 pieces was returned to the mint for melting.The coin at hand is tied for the Finest Known and well deserving of its grade. Far and away the finest I have ever seen. Fully struck with rich, multicolored iridescence over each side in a fully original pattern. The centers basically present as brilliant with mint-green shades deepening to pastel-blue, then antique-gold and red-russet at the borders. A technically unimpeachable and visually stunning Superb Gem.

Lot: 401 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1896-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc PL By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1896-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc PL By USCG. Up for auction is a coin which is rare in all grades and is unheard of in PL or DMPL. We have never brought a PL or DMPL 1896-s to auction. To Quote Q. David Bowers “1896-S Morgan dollars are relatively common in lower grades from VG-8 up through VF-30. EF-40 pieces are elusive, and coins in the AU category are seldom seen. In Mint State, the 1896-S dollar is quite elusive. Most pieces are average strikes with average to above average luster. Others are lightly struck at the centers. Even lightly struck pieces are usually quite pleasing in appearance. Proof like 1896-S dollars are rare. DMPL coins are rarer yet. Most seen show heavy abrasions. The Redfield estate coins included DMPL specimens with prominent die polish lines, but as of September 1992 neither NGC nor PCGS had graded even one DMPL piece. The "Proof' offered by William & L. Pukall (The Numismatist 10/53) probably was a DMPL.” As of Today PCGS estimates that only 21 examples survive in PL. PCGS has graded 3 total examples and NGC has graded 3 as PL. Also to date PCGS has still not graded 1 example as DMPL. The coin at hand has very strong mirrored fields as can be seen in the photos. Those 6 1896-s Morgans have been at auction 8 times in the last 20 years. The lone au58 PL sold for $1495 back in 2004, and 3 ms62 PL examples went to the hammer in 2005, 2006, and 2010, The one in 2010 sold for $10,925. I have included a picture of that ms62, as well as the lone ms66, to illustrate the die file lines. The ms66 was the last sighting of a PL at auction in 2016, that is until today. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin

Lot: 402 - Original sealed box 5- 1978 United States Mint Proof Sets

Original sealed box 5- 1978 United States Mint Proof Sets. Up for Auction is an Unopened Mailer Box from 1978 containing 5 1978 Proof Sets!!!! Wow! - This Mailer Box is sealed exactly as it left the mint over 40 years ago. Each Proof set in this mailer box has never been reviewed or examined by anyone. Virtually every 1978Proof Set has been looked at by Coin Experts who have identified potential PR70 DCAM Coins and had them slabbed. Those opened Proof Sets you find at coin shows or for sale individually have almost certainly been examined and reviewed. NOT ONE OF THE FIVE SETS IN THIS MAILER BOX HAVE BEEN SEEN BY HUMAN EYES IN 40 YEARS , So, What COULD be in these Sets, Well here are the 5 things that could be inside. A Ike $1 in PR70 DCAM Trending $800!!!!!!!!!, A Kennedy 50c in PR70 DCAM Trending $95, a Washington 25c in PR70 DCAM Trending $115, a Roosevelt Dime in PR70 DCAM Trending $100, BUT That’s Just the Start, There also could be a Jefferson 5c in PR70 DCAM, TRENDING $345, BUT EVEN THAT IS JUST THE SIDESHOW! The REAL WINNER IN THIS LOTTERY BOX IS The Lincoln Penny, a 1978 PROOF Lincoln 1c in PR70 DCAM TRENDS $2,850!!!! And there can be FIVE of Each in this BOX, This could be one of the very last boxes in EXISTENCE. This “WONKA” Box could Contain Coins Worth $21,525 - Good Luck in Obtaining This Unopened Mailer Box of 5 1978 Proof Sets!!!

Lot: 403 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS.

Lot: 404 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1922 Grant w/Star Gold Commem Dollar 1 Graded ms64 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1922 Grant w/Star Gold Commem Dollar 1 Graded ms64 By SEGS.

Lot: 405 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1830 O-103 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded au58 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1830 O-103 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded au58 By SEGS.

Lot: 406 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1804 Spiked Chin C-7 Draped Bust Half Cent 1/2c Graded xf45 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1804 Spiked Chin C-7 Draped Bust Half Cent 1/2c Graded xf45 By SEGS.

Lot: 407 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1925-p TOP POP! Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms68 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1925-p TOP POP! Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms68 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

Lot: 408 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1837-p Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms62 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1837-p Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms62 By SEGS.

Lot: 409 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o TOP POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms68 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o TOP POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms68 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

Lot: 410 - PCGS 1890 $10 Bureau of Engraving & Printing Treasury Note Graded cu64 PPQ By PCGS

PCGS 1890 $10 Bureau of Engraving & Printing Treasury Note Graded cu64 PPQ By PCGS. Up for auction is a Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) Proof Print . It is printed using the original Plates from the Bureau of Engraving and Printings archives. It was printed on two separate strikes, for the front and the back. It lacks serial numbers, but otherwise is a perfect proof of the Incredibly rare Piece of Currency.

Lot: 411 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1893-p TOP POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62+ DMPL By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1893-p TOP POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62+ DMPL By SEGS. Up for Auction is a true Numismatic Rarity. An 1893-p Morgan in DMPL. Its one thing to come across a numismatic rarity in a niche type series, but to come across it in one of, if not the most widely collected series is incredible. I have never seen a DMPL in 1893 in all my years in numismatics. I could not believe it when it came upon my eyes. The Mirrored fields are just that. True Mirrors. Please closely examine the closeup mirror pics. The Cameo is superb. To Quote PCGS “Availability of proof like coins: True proof like coins are rare, and DMPL coins are exceedingly rare. Only a few exist.” To further quote them “Proof like coins: Proof like coins are very rare, and DMPL pieces are exceedingly rare.” In fact they are so rare, that in the Wholesale dealer Greysheet, no 1893-p in DMPL is even listed! PCGS estimates that 12 PL examples exist. Our coin is NO PL, it is a DMPL with sharp deep mirrors. PCGS has only ever graded 7 coins as PL, none above 62 PL. In DMPL PCGS has only ever graded 4 coins DMPL, again none above ms62 DMPL . I am including pictures of the lone ms61 dmpl and lone ms62 dmpl to go to auction. They sold for $14,950 and $14,375. One in 2008 and one in 2005. None at auction in the last 12 years….UNTIL Tonight. I will also add that the lone ms62 DMPL, was in an OGH, Old Green Holder, and as any long time coin person will tell you, PCGS’s standards for PL and DMPL years ago, when they used the Old Green Holder was much less strict than today. I am 100% certain that that ms62 DMPL if graded today would not get DMPL, it might not even get PL. Trends on an ms62 DMPL is $25,000. I do believe you are looking at the single finest known 1893-p DMPL. I wish you good fortune and good luck in securing this once in a lifetime opportunity. It has been a true pleasure to be its caretaker this past month A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

Lot: 412 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1874-s Trade Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1874-s Trade Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS.

Lot: 413 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1890-o vam 21 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-o vam 21 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS.

Lot: 414 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1938 New Rochelle Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms68 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1938 New Rochelle Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms68 By SEGS. The 1938 New Rochelle Half Dollar was one of several early commemorative issues that celebrated an event of primarily local significance with the issuance of a coin on a national scale. These coins were conceived and planned by the Westchester County Coin Club of New Rochelle, New York.Initially, Lorillard Wise was engaged to prepare the designs for the coin. Her first models featured a Native American crouching in the grass and watching a boat carry settlers to the shore on the obverse, and the city seal on the reverse. The Commission of Fine Arts rejected the designs, recommending changes, which were executed and also rejected.Eventually, Gertrude Lathrop, who had designed the 1936 Albany Half Dollar, was engaged to prepare new designs for the New Rochelle Half Dollar. Her obverse design would depict John Pell and a fatted calf, which recalls the sale of the original land upon which the city now stands. One of the conditions of the sale was for Pell or his heirs to receive a fatted calf each year on June 24. The reverse design features the fleur-de-lis, taken from the seal of the city. Similar to the obverse, the single design element is presented in a flat and open field with sharply contrasted lettering. Authorizing legislation provided that the coins should be dated 1938, without regard to when the coins were actually minted, and have a maximum mintage of 25,000 pieces. The Philadelphia Mint struck the entire amount in 1937, which were sold through the New Rochelle Commemorative Coin Committee for $2 each. Eventually, almost 10,000 pieces were returned to the mint for melting, resulting in small net distribution of 15,266 coins.When examining a New Rochelle Check for wear on the calf’s hip and the highpoints of the fleur de lies. 0

Lot: 415 - ***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Halves Las Vegas Casino Sahara 1934 Walker & 1902 Barber Ends (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Halves Las Vegas Casino Sahara 1934 Walker & 1902 Barber Ends. Up for auction is a Consignment I have secured a collection of old 1960’s Las Vegas Casino Half Dollar Shot Gun Rolls from various Casinos. These Rolls contain 20 Half Dollars. They have tight ends and are wild!. I opened three rolls to examine the contents and what I found was mostly Circulated Walkers, a few Franklins and a Seated coin or two and a couple of Barbers. But after I opened the rolls, I wished I hadn’t as they were so cool as antique Las Vegas Half Rolls. I have only seen a handful of these ever. The consignee has given us some additional rolls. We estimate the rolls to be worth $2000 each as a collectable antique, but if the roll is opened and has a rare date, who knows the value, a 1921 Walker even in low grade is worth over $500, and several other dates are worth over $200 each. But who knows, maybe a rare 1878-s Seated is inside. ($35k in g4), or an 1892-o Barber ($5k in G4). In any event the rolls themselves are amazing collectibles of a bygone era of the Rat pack and Las Vegas. From the rolls we have received there are 10 different casinos. Good Luck.

Lot: 416 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1918-d Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms64+ fh By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1918-d Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms64+ fh By SEGS.

Lot: 417 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded BU+ By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded BU+ By USCG.

Lot: 418 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1876-s Gold Liberty Double Eagle $20 Graded ms62 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1876-s Gold Liberty Double Eagle $20 Graded ms62 By SEGS.

Lot: 419 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1896-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1896-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62+ By SEGS. Uncirculated without a whisper of wear. Not even a rub at the high points. Strictly uncirculated!

Lot: 420 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1925-p Near Top POP! Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms67+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1925-p Near Top POP! Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms67+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin

Lot: 421 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67+ By SEGS.

Lot: 422 - Proof ***Auction Highlight*** 1905 Barber Half Dollars 50c Graded pr65 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1905 Barber Half Dollars 50c Graded pr65 By SEGS.

Lot: 423 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1897-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1897-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG.

Lot: 424 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1882 $5 Large Size National Currency "Brown Back" 2nd Charter Period James Garfield Fr-471 Grades vf++ (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1882 $5 Large Size National Currency "Brown Back" 2nd Charter Period James Garfield Fr-471 Grades vf++. 1882 $5 brown back bank notes this bank issued. Each note has a portrait of James Garfield on the left hand side of the bill. These are very popular with collectors because they have different text layouts. The Congressional Act of July 12, 1882 created the Second Charter Period, the notes of which bear the designation, “Series of 1882.” The purpose of the Act was to make it possible for the banks chartered in 1863 and later to renew their charters at the end of their 20 year term, and also to enable newly organized banks to acquire an initial charter. New notes were designed to mark the transition and in all, three types of notes were issued during this period. These were first placed in circulation in 1882 by two classes of banks; by old banks originally chartered in 1863 and then re-chartered in 1882, and by new banks organized and chartered between July 12, 1882 and April 11, 1902. Brown backs were issued from 1882 to 1908, and would no doubt have continued until 1922 had it not been for passage of the Aldrich-Vreeland Act which resulted in the issuance of the second type

Lot: 425 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1901-p vam 15 I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1901-p vam 15 I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62 details By SEGS.

Lot: 426 - Proof ***Auction Highlight*** 1882 TOP POP! Three Cent Copper Nickel 3cn Graded pr68+ cam By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1882 TOP POP! Three Cent Copper Nickel 3cn Graded pr68+ cam By SEGS.

Lot: 427 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1891-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1891-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS.

Lot: 428 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1865 Indian Cent 1c Graded ms65 rb By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1865 Indian Cent 1c Graded ms65 rb By SEGS.

Lot: 429 - ***Auction Highlight*** Great Britain--Middlesex. (1790s) Am I Not a Man and a Brother Halfpenny Conder Token 1/2D DH-1037 Graded xf40 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** Great Britain--Middlesex. (1790s) Am I Not a Man and a Brother Halfpenny Conder Token 1/2D DH-1037 Graded xf40 By SEGS. Middlesex, Political & Social Series Conder half penny token of 1790s issued to promote the Abolition of Slavery. Obverse: A chained slave, kneeling: AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER. Reverse: Two hands joined: MAY SLAVERY & OPPRESSION CEASE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. A Corey's Pick

Lot: 430 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1847-p Gold Liberty Half Eagle $5 Graded ms62+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1847-p Gold Liberty Half Eagle $5 Graded ms62+ By SEGS.

Lot: 431 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1773 1/2p Virginia Halfpenny, Period TOP POP! Graded ms65 RD By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1773 1/2p Virginia Halfpenny, Period TOP POP! Graded ms65 RD By SEGS. Although granted by it charter of 1606, Virginia did not pursue the right to a coinage until eve of the Revolution, when the Crown struck the only colony-specific issue ever fully authorized. Although the coins arrived in Virginia in a timely fashion, Treasurer Robert Carter Nicholas wouldn't release them for circulation until February 1775, when the royal proclamation permitting their circulation arrived.Virginia's 1773 halfpenny was used extensively in Williamsburg, where more than 120 specimens have been recovered from archaeological digs. Hundreds of the "Period" variety have been graded in Mint State, mostly in MS63 and MS64. Brown examples are the most common, followed fairly closely by Red-Brown examples, but full red examples are very scarce (if not rare).Obv. - Laura. bust of George III to r.Rev. - Virginia arms

Lot: 432 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1915-s Pan Pac Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms66 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1915-s Pan Pac Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms66 By SEGS. Scare and Sought After Commemorative. This Coin as well as 4 others were All Struck to Celebrate the Completion of the Panama Canal, and Released at the World's Fair in San Francisco Marking the Celebration. When Examining a 1915-s Pan Pac points to Check for wear are the Peak of the Laborer’s Cap and the Heads of the Dolphins.

Lot: 433 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1901-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1901-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS.

Lot: 434 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1844-d Dahlonega Gold Liberty Half Eagle $5 Graded au53 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1844-d Dahlonega Gold Liberty Half Eagle $5 Graded au53 By SEGS.

Lot: 435 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1921 Alabama TOP POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms67+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1921 Alabama TOP POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms67+ By SEGS. This Coin was Largely Distributed to the Public and not to Collectors and saw Great Use during the Great Depression. Wear First Appears on Kilby's Forehead and Cheek and on the Eagle's Neck, Wingtip and Upper Edge of its Wing. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

Lot: 436 - PCGS 1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-1247 Washington In Oval W/ 18-63 & 1 Surcharge Graded cu63 PPQ By PCGS

PCGS 1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-1247 Washington In Oval W/ 18-63 & 1 Surcharge Graded cu63 PPQ By PCGS. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 437 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1890-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS.

Lot: 438 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1856-s Seated Liberty Quarter 25c Graded au53 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1856-s Seated Liberty Quarter 25c Graded au53 details By SEGS.

Lot: 439 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1885 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1885 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll. Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends, Carson City, Nevada Investment and Trust Co wrapper. Weighs Perfectly as a Uncirculated Roll.

Lot: 440 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1928-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1928-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS. Incredibly scarce date, lowest mintage in the entire Peace Dollar Series. Scarce in all grades.

Lot: 441 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS.

Lot: 442 - ***Auction Highlight*** J. Gault’s 1862 Encased Postage, EP8, TAKE AYERS PILLS & 3c Rose stamp exel cond Graded au50 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** J. Gault’s 1862 Encased Postage, EP8, TAKE AYERS PILLS & 3c Rose stamp exel cond Graded au50 By SEGS. Up for Auction is One of The Civil War’s Foremost Rarities, The “Encased Postage” coin. While not Technically a Coin, a Note or a Stamp, John Gault’s Encased Postage was king of currency For a Brief Year in 1862. When The Civil war Broke out in 1861, all of the “Hard Currency” quickly Disappeared. But people still needed to purchase a 3¢ loaf of bread, a 1¢ newspaper, a 5¢ quart of milk and countless other goods that required coins. And vendors had to make change when an item’s price was less than a nickel, a dime or a quarter. In some cities, businesses gave customers I.O.Us, private companies created “Civil War tokens” and paper money was cut into several pieces to represent a fraction of a dollar. Clever remedies for sure, but none that were widely used or accepted. All of this radically changed on July 17, 1862, when Congress decided to address the coinage shortage and passed a law that allowed postage stamps to satisfy debts of less than $5. People began to carry stamps in their purses and pockets and used them repeatedly for daily purchases. Vendors gladly accepted the stamps as payment. But all of this hand-to-hand usage quickly resulted in damaged stamps with denominations sometimes unrecognizable. The local post offices would not exchange damaged stamps for new ones, so a remedy was needed. John Gault, a New York entrepreneur, decided he had the best solution. On August 12, 1862, Gault obtained a patent for a “postage stamp case”, or as he named the item in a newspaper advertisement, the “New Metallic Currency. Gault didn’t sell the encased stamps to the public. Instead, he sold them to stores and businesses that needed “coinage” to make change for customers’ purchases. Gault’s profit came from the 20% markup over the face value of the stamp. To increase his potential profit, Gault’s second idea was to inscribe advertising on the back of the encased stamp. He would charge companies who purchased the metallic currency an additional 2¢ for each item. Encased stamps were widely accepted in the general commerce realm until later in 1862 when the government issued “fractional currency”. This legitimate, government-sanctioned currency quickly eliminated the coin shortage. Having no other value than the stamp, people tore apart the encasements of their metallic currency to remove the stamp to use as postage. Thus the scarcity of the 1862 encased stamps today. The Example being offered today is EP8, Large Ayer’s, TAKE AYER’S PILLS 3c Rose Colored Washington Stamp The case has a nice Patina, with original luster still remaining, WOW!, The Mica & Stamp are fully intactonly a slight crazing. The Stamp is Clear and the Case pleasing. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin

Lot: 443 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1818 O-108 'Pincher 8's' Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded au55 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1818 O-108 'Pincher 8's' Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded au55 By SEGS.

Lot: 444 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1924-d Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms65+ FSB By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1924-d Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms65+ FSB By SEGS.

Lot: 445 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1888-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1888-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS.

Lot: 446 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1917-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded au58 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1917-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded au58 By SEGS.

Lot: 447 - Proof ***Auction Highlight*** 1901 Indian Cent 1c Graded Gem+ Proof Cameo RB By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1901 Indian Cent 1c Graded Gem+ Proof Cameo RB By USCG.

Lot: 449 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1878-p 8tf vam 14.5 Hot 50 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice+ Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1878-p 8tf vam 14.5 Hot 50 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice+ Unc By USCG.

Lot: 450 - 1896-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++

1896-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++.

Lot: 451 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1938-d Texas Near Top POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms67+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1938-d Texas Near Top POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms67+ By SEGS. The Texas Centennial half dollar commemorative coin was minted to honor the Centennial of Texas's independence from Mexico. Early in the administration of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, on June 15, 1933, Congress passed an act to authorize the coinage of silver half dollars "in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary in 1936 of the independence of Texas, and of the noble and heroic sacrifices of her pioneers, whose revered memory has been an inspiration to her sons and daughters during the past century." The Texas commemorative series ran from 1934 thru 1938 and 13 different dates and mint mark combinations were issued. For each of the years 1935 thru 1938, coins were struck at all three Mints; Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. But for the 1934 Texas, only Philadelphia Mint coins were issued. The original issue price was $1.00 per coin.The coin was designed by Pompeo Coppini, a Texan. The obverse depicts an Eagle sitting on a branch in front of the Lone Star, the symbol of Texas. The reverse depicts the goddess Victory spreading her wings over the Alamo. It also depicts Sam Houston on her left and Stephen F. Austin on her right. The Six Flags of Texas fly above her head. Under her it reads REMEMBER THE ALAMO. Over Sam Houston, Victory, and Stephen F. Austin it reads THE TEXAS INDEPENDENCE CENTENNIAL.

Lot: 452 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1880-p Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms62 PL By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-p Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms62 PL By SEGS.

Lot: 453 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1798 S-148 'Horned 9' VEDS Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Graded f15 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1798 S-148 'Horned 9' VEDS Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Graded f15 By SEGS.

Lot: 454 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1891-p vam 9 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1891-p vam 9 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS. 0

Lot: 455 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1851-o Seated Half Dollar 50c Graded Select+ Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1851-o Seated Half Dollar 50c Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. Sharply struck throughout, with shimmering mint luster and virtually untoned silver-grey color across both sides. The nicely preserved surfaces are free of distractions

Lot: 457 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1878-cc Vam 6 Top 100 WOW! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1878-cc Vam 6 Top 100 WOW! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 details By SEGS. A Corey's Pick

Lot: 458 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1833 O-112 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded Select Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1833 O-112 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded Select Unc By USCG.

Lot: 459 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1883-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded BU+ By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded BU+ By USCG.

Lot: 460 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1924-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1924-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS.

Lot: 461 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS.

Lot: 462 - 1863 US Fractional Currency 25c Third Issue fr-1307 George Washinton Graded cu63 EPQ By PMG

1863 US Fractional Currency 25c Third Issue fr-1307 George Washinton Graded cu63 EPQ By PMG. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 463 - ***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Casino Las Vegas Aladdin silver $1 roll $20, 1890 & CC end (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Casino Las Vegas Aladdin silver $1 roll $20, 1890 & CC end. This roll is held in an old casino wrapper from Las Vegas. This roll contains 20 Morgan and/or Peace Silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. The Dates may range from 1878 to 1935. Better dates/mint marks & conditions may be found but should not be expected. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is both 20 Silver Dollars and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a huge Estate Hoard of these Rolls.

Lot: 464 - 1863 Indian F-NY-630-L-7a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf+

1863 Indian F-NY-630-L-7a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf+.

Lot: 465 - 1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 466 - 1902-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1902-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 467 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS.

Lot: 468 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1936 Elgin TOP POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms68+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1936 Elgin TOP POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms68+ By SEGS. This issue is rarely, if ever, found fully struck in the highest points of obverse and reverse. The infant held in its mother’s arms is almost always indistinct. When checking for wear always check for such wear on the pioneer’s cheekbone or the rifleman’s left shoulder.

Lot: 469 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Near Top POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Near Top POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS.

Lot: 470 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1927-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms66 fh By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1927-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms66 fh By SEGS.

Lot: 471 - Proof ***Auction Highlight*** 1892 Indian Cent 1c Graded Gem+ Proof RB By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1892 Indian Cent 1c Graded Gem+ Proof RB By USCG.

Lot: 472 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1812 S-290 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Graded xf45 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1812 S-290 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Graded xf45 details By SEGS.

Lot: 473 - 1921-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades vg+

1921-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades vg+.

Lot: 474 - 1870's US Fractional Currency 50c Fifth Issue fr-1381 William H. Crawford Graded cu64 By PMG

1870's US Fractional Currency 50c Fifth Issue fr-1381 William H. Crawford Graded cu64 By PMG. William Harris Crawford (February 24, 1772 – September 15, 1834) was an American politician and judge during the early 19th century. He served as US Secretary of War and US Secretary of the Treasury before he ran for US president in the 1824 election. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 475 - Proof 1887 Liberty Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Proof

1887 Liberty Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Proof.

Lot: 476 - 1873 Open 3 Indian Cent 1c Grades AU Details

1873 Open 3 Indian Cent 1c Grades AU Details.

Lot: 477 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1834 O-113 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded Choice AU/BU Slider By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1834 O-113 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded Choice AU/BU Slider By USCG.

Lot: 478 - 1923-p Top 50 Vam 1A1 I3 R6 'Wisker Jaw' Peace Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1923-p Top 50 Vam 1A1 I3 R6 'Wisker Jaw' Peace Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc. A Corey's Pick

Lot: 479 - 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc PL

1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc PL.

Lot: 480 - 1863 Indian F-OH-695A-3A R5 Civil War Token 1c Grades AU Details

1863 Indian F-OH-695A-3A R5 Civil War Token 1c Grades AU Details.

Lot: 481 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS.

Lot: 482 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1913-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms64+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1913-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms64+ By SEGS.

Lot: 483 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1921-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms63 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1921-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms63 details By SEGS.

Lot: 484 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1936 Cincinnati Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded GEM++ Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1936 Cincinnati Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded GEM++ Unc By USCG.

Lot: 485 - 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 PL By SEGS

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 PL By SEGS.

Lot: 487 - ***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Halves Las Vegas Casino Horseshoe 1942 Walker & 1954 Franjlin Ends (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Halves Las Vegas Casino Horseshoe 1942 Walker & 1954 Franjlin Ends. Up for auction is a Consignment I have secured a collection of old 1960’s Las Vegas Casino Half Dollar Shot Gun Rolls from various Casinos. These Rolls contain 20 Half Dollars. They have tight ends and are wild!. I opened three rolls to examine the contents and what I found was mostly Circulated Walkers, a few Franklins and a Seated coin or two and a couple of Barbers. But after I opened the rolls, I wished I hadn’t as they were so cool as antique Las Vegas Half Rolls. I have only seen a handful of these ever. The consignee has given us some additional rolls. We estimate the rolls to be worth $2000 each as a collectable antique, but if the roll is opened and has a rare date, who knows the value, a 1921 Walker even in low grade is worth over $500, and several other dates are worth over $200 each. But who knows, maybe a rare 1878-s Seated is inside. ($35k in g4), or an 1892-o Barber ($5k in G4). In any event the rolls themselves are amazing collectibles of a bygone era of the Rat pack and Las Vegas. From the rolls we have received there are 10 different casinos. Good Luck.

Lot: 489 - 1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ DMPL

1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ DMPL.

Lot: 490 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1866-s Seated Liberty Dime 10c Graded ms60 details By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1866-s Seated Liberty Dime 10c Graded ms60 details By SEGS.

Lot: 491 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1944-p TOP POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms68 rd By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1944-p TOP POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms68 rd By SEGS. Up for Auction is a stunning TOP POP Tied for Finest Known Lincoln Cent. The coin at hand is Tied for Finest known, it has been long held in a Private collection for the past 35+ Years. Blazing Fiery Luster, Superb impeccable color. Mark free surfaces. Near perfection.

Lot: 492 - 1863 Washington F-112-396a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf, very fine

1863 Washington F-112-396a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf, very fine.

Lot: 493 - 1886-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1886-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.

Lot: 494 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1938-p Arkansas Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1938-p Arkansas Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms66+ By SEGS. Commemorative coins were authorized to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the admission of Arkansas into the Union. The Arkansas Centennial Half Dollars ended up being issued during five separate years, across three different mints. The coins became controversial due to the stream of variations created specifically to market to collectors, as well as the escalating issue prices as mintage for later issues became smaller.The obverse design features the head of Liberty and a Native American in headdress. Although this is now considered to be the obverse of the coin, there was initially some confusion and US Mint records and some references refer to this side as the reverse. In 1936, a new design was issued for this side of the coin, featuring a Senator who was living at the time of issue. The 1936 Robinson-Arkansas Half Dollar is considered a separate issue by most collectors.The reverse of the coin features the image of an eagle with wings spread, perched on the rising sun with rays emanating upwards. In the background a geometrical shape appears with the word “Arkansas” at center, amidst an arrangement of stars. Both the obverse and reverse design designed by Edward Everett Burr, following models prepared by Emily Bates.At the onset, the Arkansas Half Dollar was struck in a modest quantity of 13,012 pieces at the Philadelphia Mint with an additional 5,505 from Denver and 5,506 from San Francisco. The Philadelphia issues were sold at an issue price of $1 each, while the mint marked coins were purchased in a bulk transaction by a coin dealer and subsequently sold for $2.75 each. This initial situation was a taste of things to come.In the following year, coins from three different mints were initially offered for $1 each, but the price was quickly raised to $1.50 per coin, and eventually sold as sets of three coins for $6.75. The following year three coin sets were sold at $8.75, which was eventually raised to $10. This would also be the price of the 1939 sets.

Lot: 495 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1931-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded ms66 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1931-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded ms66 By SEGS.

Lot: 496 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1882-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 DMPL By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 DMPL By SEGS.

Lot: 497 - 1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 498 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1927-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Grades Select Unc (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1927-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 499 - Proof 1954 Franklin Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM++ Proof

1954 Franklin Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM++ Proof.

Lot: 500 - US Fractional Currency 10c Third Issue fr-1255 Washington Bust Green Reverse Graded cu63 By PMG

US Fractional Currency 10c Third Issue fr-1255 Washington Bust Green Reverse Graded cu63 By PMG. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 501 - 1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Fr-237 Signatures of Speelman & White Grades f+

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Fr-237 Signatures of Speelman & White Grades f+. FR 237. The term “horse blanket” gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of George Washington at center.

Lot: 505 - 1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 506 - 1921-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades xf details

1921-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades xf details.

Lot: 507 - 1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 509 - 1889-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1889-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 510 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1872-p Seated Liberty Half Dime 1/2 10c Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1872-p Seated Liberty Half Dime 1/2 10c Graded ms65+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin

Lot: 511 - ***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1902 & P Ends Virtually UNC (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1902 & P Ends Virtually UNC. Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll In an old Brinks Wrapper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. A Uncirculated Morgan Dollar a Weights 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.62 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.72 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars.

Lot: 512 - 1908-s Indian Cent 1c Grades vf++

1908-s Indian Cent 1c Grades vf++. very scarce. Per PCGS :"The 1908-S Indian cent is the third lowest mintage circulation strike Indian cent. The only two other lower mintage coins in the series are the 1877 and the 1909-S, with the latter being the lowest mintage in the entire series." also PCGS estimates only 3000 survive in all grades

Lot: 513 - 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 514 - PCGS Military Payment Certificate (MPC) Rare Series 541 $10 Grades vf25 By PCGS

PCGS Military Payment Certificate (MPC) Rare Series 541 $10 Grades vf25 By PCGS.

Lot: 515 - 1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 516 - 1925 Fort Vancouver Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc

1925 Fort Vancouver Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc. One of the four different commemorative coins issued during the year was the 1925 Fort Vancouver Centennial Half Dollar. This coin featured designs by Portland, Oregon artist Sidney Bell, which were modeled by Laura Gardin Fraser.The occasion commemorated was the 100th anniversary of the founding Fort Vancouver, Washington. This outpost had served as a trading center for settlers and Native Americans within the territory. The coins were issued as part of a week long local celebration and sold for $1 each.Dr. John McLoughlin is depicted on the obverse of the coin. He had established Fort Vancouver on the Columbia River in 1825 and later went on to found Oregon City. The reverse of the Fort Vancouver Half Dollar portrays a pioneer holding a musket with the Fort and a mountain peak in the background. Authorized production was set at 300,000, which proved far too optimistic. A quantity of 50,000 coins was struck at the San Francisco Mint (although the coins did not carry the “S” mint mark) and after unsold coins were returned for melting, net distribution was a paltry 14,994 coins.

Lot: 517 - 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 518 - Original sealed 1963 United States Mint Proof Set

Original sealed 1963 United States Mint Proof Set. Up for Auction is an Unopened 1963 Proof Set In Original Envelope! The Proof set in this Envelope has never been reviewed or examined by anyone. Virtually every 1963 Proof Set has been looked at by Coin Experts who have identified potential PR69 DCAM Coins and had them slabbed. Those opened Proof Sets you find at coin shows or for sale individually have almost certainly been examined and reviewed., So, What COULD be in This Set, Well here are the 5 things that could be inside A Franklin 50c in PR69 DCAM Trending $5,500, a Washington 25c in PR69 DCAM Trending $275, a Roosevelt Dime in PR69 DCAM Trending $210, BUT That’s Just the Start, There also could be a Jefferson 5c in PR70 DCAM, TRENDING $15,000, BUT EVEN THAT IS JUST THE SIDESHOW! The REAL WINNER IN THIS LOTTERY BOX IS The Lincoln Penny, a 1963 PROOF Lincoln 1c in PR70 DCAM TRENDS $10,000 This could be one of the very last Sealed Envelopes in EXISTENCE. This “WONKA” Box could Contain Coins Worth $22,575 - Good Luck in Obtaining This Unopened 1963 Proof Set!!!

Lot: 519 - 1939-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Select Unc

1939-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 520 - 1833 C-1 Classic Head half cent 1/2c Grades Choice AU

1833 C-1 Classic Head half cent 1/2c Grades Choice AU.

Lot: 521 - 1900-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1900-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 522 - 1931-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc BN

1931-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc BN. Incredibly scarce, Semi Key date.

Lot: 523 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG.

Lot: 524 - 1935-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1935-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 525 - (1863) US Copper F-37-434a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf details

(1863) US Copper F-37-434a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf details.

Lot: 529 - 1898-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1898-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 530 - 1865 US Fractional Currency 3c Third Issue fr-1226 Washingon Light Background Graded xf45 EPQ By PMG

1865 US Fractional Currency 3c Third Issue fr-1226 Washingon Light Background Graded xf45 EPQ By PMG. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 531 - 1897-o vam 8 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1897-o vam 8 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.

Lot: 532 - 1893 Isabella Isabella Quarter 25c Grades Select Unc

1893 Isabella Isabella Quarter 25c Grades Select Unc. When Examining an Isabella Quarter on the Obverse, wear first shows in the area of the Crown’s Central Oval Jewel and on Isabella’s cheek. Reverse wear will first be noted on the Strand of Wool Resting on the Kneeling Spinner’s Thigh. Due to Die Wear, Raised or Sharp Definition of the Strand of Wool is not the norm. This area can display a Slight Weakness of Strike, which is par for the Design and should not be Labeled Wear. The 1893 Isabella Quarter holds an important place among early commemorative coins of the United States. It represents the first legal tender U.S. coin to depict an actual woman, as opposed to the allegorical Liberty. Additionally, it was the first to depict a foreign monarch and the first and only commemorative quarter dollar.The coins were created at the suggestion of the Board of Lady Managers for the World’s Columbian Exposition. At the time, the Columbian Half Dollar had already been authorized, produced, and was still being sold to the public as a souvenir coin for the exposition. The authorized production for the quarters was a relatively low 40,000 pieces with identical specifications to circulating quarters.The obverse design of the Isabella Quarter features a left facing portrait of Queen Isabella of Spain who had sponsored Columbus’s voyages to the New World. The reverse design represents women’s industry with a depiction of a female holding a distaff and spindle. The designs for the coin were prepared by Charles E. Barber based on sketches from Kenyon Cox.The 1893 Isabella Quarters were sold for $1 each in the Women’s Building. Compared to the Columbian Half Dollars, which were also sold for $1, the quarter dollars presented a worse value. Correspondingly, sales were much lower with a portion of the mintage returned to the Mint for melting. The final mintage for the coins after subtracting those melted was a low 24,214.When Examining an Isabella Quarter on the Obverse, wear first shows in the area of the Crown’s Central Oval Jewel and on Isabella’s cheek. Reverse wear will first be noted on the Strand of Wool Resting on the Kneeling Spinner’s Thigh. Due to Die Wear, Raised or Sharp Definition of the Strand of Wool is not the norm. This area can display a Slight Weakness of Strike, which is par for the Design and should not be Labeled Wear.

Lot: 533 - 1878-p Rev '79 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details

1878-p Rev '79 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details.

Lot: 534 - 1911 Liberty Nickel 5c Grades GEM Unc

1911 Liberty Nickel 5c Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 535 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1921 Morgan & O Ends Cull-VG Mixed Morgan/Peace Silver Dollar Shotgun Roll, 20 Coins Carson City, Nevada Investment and Trust Co wrapper. (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1921 Morgan & O Ends Cull-VG Mixed Morgan/Peace Silver Dollar Shotgun Roll, 20 Coins Carson City, Nevada Investment and Trust Co wrapper. .

Lot: 536 - 1941-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc

1941-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc.

Lot: 537 - 1921-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1921-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 538 - 1911-p Barber Dime 10c Grades Unc Details

1911-p Barber Dime 10c Grades Unc Details.

Lot: 539 - 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 541 - 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 542 - 1863 US Fractional Currency 50c Second Issue fr-1322 Washington In Oval Fiber Paper Graded vf35 By PMG

1863 US Fractional Currency 50c Second Issue fr-1322 Washington In Oval Fiber Paper Graded vf35 By PMG. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 543 - 1892-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1892-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.

Lot: 544 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1935-p vam 1B1 Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1935-p vam 1B1 Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS.

Lot: 545 - 1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 546 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1941-p Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67+ rd By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1941-p Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67+ rd By SEGS.

Lot: 547 - 1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix F-214-416a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf

1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix F-214-416a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf.

Lot: 553 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 DMPL By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 DMPL By SEGS.

Lot: 554 - 1945-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc

1945-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc.

Lot: 555 - 1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU

1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU.

Lot: 556 - **Star Note** 1934A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Mule Note Grades f+

**Star Note** 1934A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Mule Note Grades f+. A Mule Note is a note with a front side printed with its series number that has a different size than the printed series number on its back side

Lot: 557 - 1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 561 - 1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 562 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1952-p Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67 rd By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1952-p Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67 rd By SEGS.

Lot: 565 - 1900-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1900-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 566 - 1924-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1924-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 567 - 1863 Liberty Cap F-pa-750E-1a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++

1863 Liberty Cap F-pa-750E-1a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++.

Lot: 569 - 1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades AU Details

1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades AU Details.

Lot: 570 - PCGS 2006 $1 FRN Boston, MA Intresting Serial #88888047 Graded cu64 PPQ By PCGS

PCGS 2006 $1 FRN Boston, MA Intresting Serial #88888047 Graded cu64 PPQ By PCGS.

Lot: 571 - 1905 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc BN

1905 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc BN.

Lot: 574 - 1946-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM Unc

1946-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 577 - 1866 Two Cent Piece 2c Grades AU Details

1866 Two Cent Piece 2c Grades AU Details.

Lot: 581 - 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

Lot: 582 - 1922-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1922-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 583 - 1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc. Slightly better date. First year of issue.

Lot: 584 - 1862 US Fractional Currency 5c First Issue fr-1230 Thomas Jefferson W/ Monigram Graded xf40 By PMG

1862 US Fractional Currency 5c First Issue fr-1230 Thomas Jefferson W/ Monigram Graded xf40 By PMG. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing “paper coins” also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.

Lot: 585 - 1884-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1884-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 586 - 1863 Philadelphia F-PA-750-m-1a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++

1863 Philadelphia F-PA-750-m-1a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++.

Lot: 589 - 1892-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1892-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.

Lot: 590 - ***Auction Highlight*** 1939-p Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67+ rd By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1939-p Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67+ rd By SEGS.

Lot: 591 - 1903-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1903-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

Lot: 593 - 1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

Lot: 594 - 1942-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc

1942-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc.

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