Archive for: Auction Results

Star of the Gardner Sale in NY was the 1796 10C MS67 PCGS. CAC bringing $881,250

Star of the Gardner Sale in NY was the 1796 10C MS67 PCGS. CAC bringing $881,250

The former Jimmy Hayes-John Whitney Walter 1796 Bust dime graded MS67 by PCGS with a green CAC sticker was the highest selling coin from Heritage’s Eugene H. Gardner Collection of US Coins Signature Auction held June 23rd in New York. This... read more »

 

The 2013 ANA Rarities Night, Part 2: Results for Gold Coins

The 2013 ANA Rarities Night, Part 2: Results for Gold Coins

Coin Rarities & Related Topics: News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community, column #182 A Weekly Column by Greg Reynolds On Thursday, Aug. 15, at a convention center near Chicago, Stack’s-Bowers... read more »

 

Kolbe & Fanning July 18 Sale Results

Kolbe & Fanning July 18 Sale Results

Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers held their 129th mail-bid sale of important numismatic books on Thursday, July 18. Featuring selections from the Del Bland library and other properties, the sale included works on ancient, medieval... read more »

 

Künker – Russian Rarities at Maximum Prices

Künker – Russian Rarities at Maximum Prices

17th – 21st June 2013 Fritz Rudolf Künker, Osnabrück Auction sales 232-235 170,000 – 160,000 – 100,000 – that were the highest hammer prices of Künker’s summer auction sale. And all three lots came from Russia. It’s not that the... read more »

 

Morton & Eden’s Top 10 Prices of Coins, Historical Medals and Banknotes From June 5-6 Sale

Morton & Eden’s Top 10 Prices of Coins, Historical Medals and Banknotes From June 5-6 Sale

Tom Eden said: “This was a wide-ranging two-day auction embracing everything from ancient Greek and Roman coins alongside Islamic, Oriental, British and Foreign coins, paper money and Renaissance medals and plaquettes. It was in the latter... read more »

 

1839 Rupee Breaks Record Becoming the First Silver British Indian Coin to Sell for a Six Figure Sum

1839 Rupee Breaks Record Becoming the First Silver British Indian Coin to Sell for a Six Figure Sum

A packed auction room and sixty one online bidders competed to buy a piece of numismatic history last Friday, in the second of three auctions that see the David Fore Collection of coins of British India going under the hammer. The auction totalled... read more »

 

Bentley Sets The New Gold Standard For Sovereigns

Bentley Sets The New Gold Standard For Sovereigns

There was an air of sadness in the room as the final part of the Bentley Collection went under the hammer.  The end of an eighteen month journey of auctions, and thirty four years of collecting, did not however go out with a whimper. 306 lots... read more »

 

Sonny Henry’s Auction Service Release Prices Realized for April 6th Auction

Sonny Henry’s Auction Service Release Prices Realized for April 6th Auction

The April 6, 2013  Coin & Currency Auction, & Mail Bid of the  Cheyenne Collection & others conducted by SONNY HENRY’S AUCTION SERVICE of Mendota, IL was held at the Midwest Center for Christian Living Lasalle, IL.  It was very... read more »

 

Künker in Berlin: 7.6 Million on a Single Day

Künker in Berlin: 7.6 Million on a Single Day

By Dr. Ursula Kampmann - CoinsWeekly.com ……… The opening auction sale of this year’s World Money Fair with a total hammer price of 7.6 million euros was a huge success indeed: this result exceeded the expectations by more... read more »

 

1880 $500 brings $441,250 to top Heritage Auctions’ $13.4+ million FUN Currency Auction

1880 $500 brings $441,250 to top Heritage Auctions’ $13.4+ million FUN Currency Auction

The Greensboro Collection leads strong currency event; Part of $72+ million numismatic auction week including World Coins in New York and U.S. Coins at FUN DALLAS – A Fr. 185l $500 1880 Legal Tender PMG Choice Very Fine 35 realized $441,250... read more »

 

1.3 Million Swiss Francs For a Complete Collection of the First Islamic Gold Dinars

1.3 Million Swiss Francs For a Complete Collection of the First Islamic Gold Dinars

By Dr. Ursula Kampmann - CoinsWeekly.com ……. Numismatica Genevensis turns Geneva into the centre of Islamic numismatics There was great applause when lot number 439 was finally knocked down on November 27, 2012 at the ritzy Hotel Beau-Rivage... read more »

 

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 126 RESULTS

KOLBE & FANNING SALE 126 RESULTS

Results Strong for Early Catalogues Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers held their 126th sale of important numismatic literature from around the world on October 4. The 1092-lot sale featured material from several different consignors,... read more »

 

Circulated Barber Quarters, with emphasis upon recent auction results for Key Dates

Circulated Barber Quarters, with emphasis upon recent auction results for Key Dates

A Weekly CoinWeek Column by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #129 ….. Barber Quarters are a very popular series of U.S. coins. Although I frequently write about gem quality... read more »

 

Over $1.5 Million in Judaean Coins sell in Shoshana II Auction

Over $1.5 Million in Judaean Coins sell in Shoshana II Auction

A magnificent gold Aureus of the Roman Emperor Macrinus, dated to 218 AD, shattered pre-auction expectations, selling for $203,150 against a $40,000 estimate as a part of Heritage’s auction of the Shoshana Collection of Judaean Coins,... read more »

 

Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio Sells over $3.7 Million as Official ANA Auctioneer

Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio Sells over $3.7 Million as Official ANA Auctioneer

IRVINE, Calif. – Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio conducted the Official Auction of the August 2012 World’s Fair of Money from August 4-10 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The world and ancients division of Stack’s Bowers Galleries... read more »

 

Stack’s Bowers Galleries Sells Over $42 Million at the August 2012 ANA

Stack’s Bowers Galleries Sells Over $42 Million at the August 2012 ANA

Stack’s Bowers Galleries recently conducted the Official Auction of the Philadelphia ANA World’s Fair of Money and ANA/PNG Pre-Show from August 4-10, and delivered truly outstanding results. The sale contained exceptional coins from collections... read more »

 

Extremely Rare 1907 $20 Gold Coin Soars to Over $2.7 Million in the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Baltimore Auction on June 29

Extremely Rare 1907 $20 Gold Coin Soars to Over $2.7 Million in the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Baltimore Auction on June 29

IRVINE, Calif. –The finest-graded specimen of America’s “most beautiful coin,” the MCMVII (1907) Proof Ultra High Relief double eagle graded Proof-69 by PCGS, crossed the auction block on the evening of Friday, June 29, 2012, and with... read more »

 

First Scottish Coin Realises Three Times Estimate

First Scottish Coin Realises Three Times Estimate

London. June 28, 2012. Today Spink, the world’s premier auction house for collectables, sold the first known coin ever issued in Scotland for the staggering price of £8,400. The penny, discovered near Harrogate in North Yorkshire in 1998,... read more »

 

Gold and Silver Sizzles at Bonhams Rarities Lead Memorial Day Coin Auction in Los Angeles

Gold and Silver Sizzles at Bonhams Rarities Lead Memorial Day Coin Auction in Los Angeles

Los Angeles – Bonhams is pleased to announce a strong result for its Memorial Day auction of Rare Coins and Medals that took place on May 27.  The 730-lot sale brought more than $1.353 million and offered a diverse group of fresh to... read more »

 

Brazilian Rarities realize respective $138,000 prices to lead Heritage Auctions $8.8+ million World Coin event

Brazilian Rarities realize respective $138,000 prices to lead Heritage Auctions $8.8+ million World Coin event

Pedro I gold 6400 Reis 1822-R and Joao VI (as King) gold 6400 Reis 1822-R top the offerings from Heritage at Chicago International Coin Fair event; strength seen across many international offerings DALLAS – Two Brazilian coins – a Pedro... read more »

 
 
 
 
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