Next week the Stack’s Bowers team is headed to Schaumburg, Illinois for the 76th Central States Numismatic Society Convention. Once again, it will be held at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center. The show begins with a “professional preview” Wednesday, April 22, from noon until 6 p.m., and is open to the public Thursday, April 23 through Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
We hope you come and see us at the show. We are located at Tables 400-403, 500-503. We will have a full staff there to help you with all of your numismatic needs. In attendance will be Harvey and Larry Stack, Chris Napolitano, Christine and Melissa Karstedt, Peter Treglia, Brad Ciociola, Gene Nesheim, Scott Reiter, Amandeep Jassal, Greg Cohen and more! This is the perfect opportunity for you to discuss with one of our representatives the benefits of consigning to a Stack’s Bowers Galleries auction. We have a full summer schedule, kicking off with our Official Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo in July, our Official Auction of the American Numismatic Association’s World’s Fair of Money in August and finally our Hong Kong Auction in late August.
We will also have on display numerous highlights from Part I of the D. Brent Pogue Collection. Take advantage of this opportunity to view items from the finest and rarest assemblage of United States coins ever sold. Part I will begin with early half dimes followed by dimes from 1796-1807, both series in unprecedented quality. Quarter dollars commence with a Premium Gem 1796 and continue with the rarest of the rare, the finest of the fine, including a marvelous Cameo Gem Proof 1827, concluding with the last year of the Capped Bust type, 1838. Half dollars are next and, for the 18th century, include complete varieties of 1796 and 1797, nearly all in Mint State, often Gem. The pace continues into the 19th century with such stars as a Gem 1805/4 and other treasures. Quarter eagles 1796 to 1808 close out our offering of Part I of the D. Brent Pogue Collection, and are among the finest known, with Mint State being the rule, concluding with a Gem 1808. Download your free virtual catalog here, or start viewing and bidding online here.