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Goldberg Auctions presents: The Cernunnos Collection of Celtic Gold

Goldberg Auctions presents: The Cernunnos Collection of Celtic Gold

The Cernnunos Collection of Celtic Gold will be auctioned on Tuesday September 6th at 9:00 AM during the Ancient & World Coin portion of our September 4-6th, 2011 Pre-Long Beach Auction in Los Angeles, CA. The Cernunnos Collection is over 40 years in the making and contains many rare and important Celtic coins, including a run […]

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Legendary 1910 Chinese Dragon Dollar could bring more than $1 million at Heritage Auctions

Legendary 1910 Chinese Dragon Dollar could bring more than $1 million at Heritage Auctions

Dr. Norman Jacobs’ Chinese Yunnan 1910 Spring Dollar, finest of only two known, up for auction Sept. 8 in Heritage Long Beach, CA World & Ancient Coins event BEVERLY HILLS, CA – The legendary 1910 Chinese Dragon Dollar, called the Yunnan Spring Dollar in reference to the four Chinese characters that translate to “Spring 1910” […]

GreatCollections to auction Anacapa Collection of U.S. gold coins

GreatCollections to auction Anacapa Collection of U.S. gold coins

Includes 1907 Saint-Gaudens High Relief graded NGC MS-64 August 9, 2011, Irvine, Calif. – GreatCollections is proud to auction a collection of U.S. gold coins called the Anacapa Collection. The collection was amassed over the past ten years and includes coins such as the 1876-CC Liberty Double Eagle graded PCGS MS-61 CAC and the 1905 […]

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Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Rarities Night auction, part 1, overview

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Rarities Night auction, part 1, overview

News and Analysis on scarce coins, markets, and the coin collecting community #65 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds While Heritage has been organizing ‘Platinum Night’ events for more than six years, the relatively new Spectrum-Stack’s-Bowers combination will conduct this firm’s first ‘Rarities Night‘ on Thursday, Aug. 18, at a convention center in Rosemont, Illinois, […]

Coin Profile: 1868 Liberty Double Eagle, Proof Deep Cameo

Coin Profile: 1868 Liberty Double Eagle, Proof Deep Cameo

Very Rare 19th Century Proof, Possibly Six in Private Hands Condition Census Example, Ex: Harry Bass The 1868 Liberty double eagle is one of the rarest dates of the series in proof format, from a tiny mintage of just 25 pieces. The coin offered here is one of the finest survivors of that minuscule production, […]

BALDWINS ANNOUNCES SPECTACULAR PROSPERO COLLECTION OF OVER 600 ANCIENT GREEK COINS

BALDWINS ANNOUNCES SPECTACULAR PROSPERO COLLECTION OF OVER 600 ANCIENT GREEK COINS

Baldwin’s are delighted to announce the sale of one of the finest and most desirable collections of ancient Greek coins to be offered at public auction in the last two decades. The multi-million pound Prospero Collection contains over 600 coins from the Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic Greek periods and includes some of the rarest and […]

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Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Eliasberg coins will be traveling to Chicago

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: Eliasberg coins will be traveling to Chicago

News and Analysis on scarce coins, markets, and the coin collecting community #64 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds In the Internet era, there is no need to provide a list of the attractions at the upcoming ANA Convention near Chicago. Catalogues of the Heritage and Stack’s-Bowers auctions are available on the websites of these […]

Rare Gold Shines In $11 Million Summer FUN Auction

Rare Gold Shines In $11 Million Summer FUN Auction

Rare and high quality gold coins dominated the results in our recent 2011 July Orlando Summer FUN Signature US Coin Auction. Overall, the prices realized in this auction approached $11.3 million, including the 15% Buyer’s Premium. Top honors went to a 1797 16 Stars Half Eagle, graded AU53 by NGC. This coin’s die marriage, BD-3, […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Summer FUN Auction, part 2, early gold

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Summer FUN Auction, part 2, early gold

News and Analysis on scarce coins,  markets, and the coin collecting community #61 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds The official auction of the Summer FUN Convention was conducted by Heritage on July 7th and 8th at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. Last week, I wrote about the convention in general and about […]

STACK’S BOWERS GALLERIES SELLS MORE THAN $10.1 MILLION IN BALTIMORE

STACK’S BOWERS GALLERIES SELLS MORE THAN $10.1 MILLION IN BALTIMORE

Over 4,800 U.S. Coin, Currency and Exonumia Lots Realize Over $8.1 Million IRVINE, Calif. – Stack’s Bowers Galleries conducted its official Baltimore auction from March 29-April 2, an impressive sale that yielded a strong $10,186,912. The sale contained important pieces from notable collections like the J. David Bonn, Sr., Family Trust Collection, the Reference Collection […]

1975 Proof Dine Without S Mintmark to be Auctioned By Stack’s Bowers  at the Chicago ANA

1975 Proof Dine Without S Mintmark to be Auctioned By Stack’s Bowers at the Chicago ANA

(IRVINE, CA – July 9, 2011) With great pleasure Stack’s Bowers Galleries will be offering at the World’s Fair of Money one of the very few United States rarities listed in the Guide Book of United States Coins that has never before sold at public auction! The focus will be on one of just two […]

1855-S Proof $3 Gold Piece, a supreme rarity, in Heritage Chicago U.S. Coin Auction

1855-S Proof $3 Gold Piece, a supreme rarity, in Heritage Chicago U.S. Coin Auction

Part of a trio of exceptional 1855-S proof coins, offered in Aug. 11 Platinum Night auction A trio of 1855-S proof coins from the Golden Gate Collection, including the possibly unique $3 PR64 NGC. CAC., being offered by Heritage Auctions as part of the company’s Aug. 11-12 Chicago Signature® U.S. Coin & Platinum Night Auction, […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Summer FUN Auction, with emphasis upon dimes and quarters

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The Summer FUN Auction, with emphasis upon dimes and quarters

News and Analysis of scarce coins, markets, and the collecting community #60 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds The official auction of the Summer FUN Convention will be conducted by Heritage on July 7th and 8th at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. There are numerous worthwhile coins in this auction, including some desirable […]

Stack’s Bowers Presents the Harry W. Bass Jr. Collection of Educational Notes August 17th

Stack’s Bowers Presents the Harry W. Bass Jr. Collection of Educational Notes August 17th

“The most important U.S. paper money lot ever offered!” At this year’s World’s Fair of Money in August, the official convention of the American Numismatic Association in Chicago, Stack’s Bowers Galleries will present the Harry W. Bass Jr. currency holdings showcasing the development of the popular “Educational Notes,” a long time favorite among collectors. Harry […]

Recently discovered 1842-O Liberty Eagle sold by GreatCollections for $57,970

Recently discovered 1842-O Liberty Eagle sold by GreatCollections for $57,970

Rarity purchased in 1960s for just $225 June 28, 2011, Irvine, Calif. – GreatCollections successfully auctioned the 1842-O $10 Liberty Eagle PCGS MS-60 CAC, after spirited online bidding took the final winning bid to $57,970. The winning bidder was a private East Coast collector, who has a history of buying premium quality U.S. rarities with […]

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Sedwick announces their first “Internet Only” auction closing July 28, 2011

Sedwick announces their first “Internet Only” auction closing July 28, 2011

By Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC’s first “Internet Only” auction is now open for online bidding, closing at 9 pm EDT on July 28, 2011. Like all of Sedwick’s auctions, this one features shipwreck and world coins, particularly Spanish colonial and Latin American, as well as artifacts, documents and books (789 lots […]

Spink’s rare coin sale breezes past the $1m mark

Spink’s rare coin sale breezes past the $1m mark

By Paul Fraser Collectibles Elizabeth I proved to be the surprise hit of the auction, where most estimates were beaten… Spink’s sale of rare and valuable coins in London proved a success, with many of the top lots pulling their weight to sell above their estimate today, June 23. Providing the surprise of the day […]

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Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The June 2011 Baltimore Auction, part 2, patterns and gold coins

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The June 2011 Baltimore Auction, part 2, patterns and gold coins

News and Analysis on scarce coins, markets, and the coin community #58 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds Last week, I wrote about copper and silver U.S. coins in the Stack’s-Bowers auction event that just ended. It was conducted from June 14th to June 18th at the Baltimore Convention Center. The current topics are U.S. […]

Chinese dragon coin should be a roaring $97,000 success at Spink’s auction

Chinese dragon coin should be a roaring $97,000 success at Spink’s auction

Paul Fraser Collectibles Numismatists are in for a treat this coming Wednesday as a fine collection goes on sale A large number of brilliant rare coins are going under the hammer at specialist auction house Spink, in London, starting this Wednesday, June 22 and continuing on Thursday, June 24. Among the lots is an incredibly […]

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The June 2011 Baltimore Auction, part 1, copper and silver

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: The June 2011 Baltimore Auction, part 1, copper and silver

News and Analysis of scarce coins, markets, and the collecting community #57 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds In my columns of April 6th and of April 13th, I wrote about the first auction by the recently formed Spectrum-Stack’s-Bowers-ANR entity. In my column on The Ten Leading Topics of 2010, I discussed the merger that […]

eBay Coin Auctions Continue To Surprise as some GSA Morgan Silver Dollars Soar

eBay Coin Auctions Continue To Surprise as some GSA Morgan Silver Dollars Soar

By Steve Roach First published in the June 20, 2011, issue of Coin World Sometimes, the kind of holder that a coin is in can have a dramatic impact on its price. Every once in a while collectors go crazy for a coin on eBay. That happened on May 29 as 13 bidders placed 39 […]

Stack’s Bowers Galleries June 2011 Official Baltimore Auction will feature 7,107 total lots

Stack’s Bowers Galleries June 2011 Official Baltimore Auction will feature 7,107 total lots

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries June 2011 Baltimore Auction will feature 7,107 total lots, including more than 4,100 lots of U.S. coins and exonumia and an additional 680+ lots of U.S. currency, plus over 1,700 lots of world coins and 520+ lots of world paper money. Lot viewing will be conducted by appointment at the firm’s […]

Gold Queen Bess Rules at St James’s… Rare Elizabeth I Coin Achieves $37,800

Gold Queen Bess Rules at St James’s… Rare Elizabeth I Coin Achieves $37,800

By Paul Fraser Collectibles A week ago, St James’s Auctions in association with Baldwin’s held an auction of fine ancient, British and foreign coins with a number of gold rarities in particular which were always likely to excite collectors and alternative investors. Ahead of the sale, we looked at a milled gold coin from the […]

1895 Dollar PR67 Ultra Cameo on the Block at Long Beach

1895 Dollar PR67 Ultra Cameo on the Block at Long Beach

“A true Uncirculated 1895 Silver Dollar would be one of the greatest finds in numismatic history.” Thus begins Jeff Garrett and Ron Guth’s discussion of the issue, listed as number 76 in 100 Greatest U.S. Coins. The authors point out that the reported figure of 12,000 business strikes manufactured would put the 1895 Morgan business […]

GreatCollections To Auction a Newly Discovered Mint State 1842-O $10 Gold Eagle

GreatCollections To Auction a Newly Discovered Mint State 1842-O $10 Gold Eagle

Discovery Ranks Among the Finest Known. GreatCollections is proud to auction a newly discovered Mint State 1842-O Eagle, which ranks among the finest known. The coin was originally purchased in the early 1960s for $225 at Woodward and Lothrop, a major department store in Washington, DC. The original envelope, with the dealer’s handwriting notes “only […]

Baldwin’s Presents The David Heuer Collection of Ancient Coins

Baldwin’s Presents The David Heuer Collection of Ancient Coins

Baldwin’s are delighted to be offering The David Heuer Collection of Ancient Greek and Roman, British and Foreign coins as part of their 4th June Argentum auction.  The collection comprises 151 lots amassed by the Heuer family during the 1930s – 1980s.  Many of the Greek coins were bought in London during the 1950s and […]

A 30-Year Evolution of the Coin Market, and a Look Forward

A 30-Year Evolution of the Coin Market, and a Look Forward

By John Feigenbaum – David Lawrence Rare Coins : In March of this year I will turn 42 years old and it occurs to me that 2011 marks my 21st year as a full-time coin dealer. So, exactly half of my life has been devoted to professional numismatics, though I have been attending and setting […]

The most expensive Roman gold coin ever sold at a public auction.

The most expensive Roman gold coin ever sold at a public auction.

As one of the largest surviving Roman medallions, this piece is one of only two known. circa A.D. 308 8-Aureus Gold Medallion According to the auction firm Numismatica Ars Classica and as reported by CoinWorld’s Jeff Starck, ” A rare gold aurei medallion of ancient Rome established what auction officials claim is a new world […]

Rare Coin Auctions, EBay, and the Games People Play, Part Two

Rare Coin Auctions, EBay, and the Games People Play, Part Two

By Vic Bozarth – Bozarth Numismatics Click here to read Part One Rare Coin Auctions allow millions of individuals the ability to buy quality coins from the comfort and anonymity of their homes. There are literally millions of coins auctioned each year. While the coins being auctioned are numerous the ‘bargains’ are few and far […]

The Magnolia Collection of Early U.S. Gold Coins, late 19th century Patterns, Trade Dollars and more!

The Magnolia Collection of Early U.S. Gold Coins, late 19th century Patterns, Trade Dollars and more!

Analysis of scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #51 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds On the evening of Tuesday, May3rd, the firm of Spink-Smythe auctioned the ‘Magnolia Collection‘ in New York. A 1795 Eagle ($10 gold coin) sold for a record $379,600. This sale was a small, quaint, fun auction, much […]

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