Welcome to our inaugural Collector Appreciation Sale, where you will find over 1,400 lots of U.S. Coins, U.S. Paper Money, and World Paper Money valued at over $3 Million dollars! We offer something for everyone in this first-ever event, from high-end rarities to key date collector coins. There are even brightly toned Morgan dollars, currently one of the hot-spots in the numismatic marketplace. To top it off, we are offering FREE SHIPPING on every lot! And as a bonus all winning bidders will earn a chance to win a free S.S. Republic shipwreck bottle and DVD video!
The sale begins with a specialized group of colonials, highlighted by high-end rarities such as lot 20002, a 1776 Continental Dollar in pewter and graded MS-63 by NGC. If you’re looking to add to your early American type set, then check out Lot 20004, the famous and rare 1792 Half Disme in a PCGS “Genuine” holder — it doesn’t get any more “early American” than that! Coins such as these represent a great opportunity for alert collectors, and the sale has so much more to offer. Among the other highlights is Lot 20024, a gorgeous PCGS-certified 1800 large cent in AU-58 with a CAC sticker, and one of America’s favorite coins, Lot 20113, a 1909-S V.D.B cent graded MS-64 RD by PCGS. Famous varieties are also included such as Lot 20146, a 1955 D.D.O. Lincoln cent in MS-64 RB (PCGS/CAC), and the famous and rare 1916 D.D.O. Buffalo nickel, this graded AU-55 by NGC, Lot 20222. High-grade type coins abound, including Lot 20266, a Proof-64 PCGS-certified 1829 half dime and a Gem MS-65 1833 quarter, Lot 20347, in a NGC holder from the Colonel E.H.R. Green Collection. A MS-62+ 1825 half dollar in a NGC holder, Lot 20461, is one of the many solid collector coins offered – the grade is spot-on and the value shouldn’t break any numismatic budget. Silver dollars are present from the early Flowing Hair type right up through Morgan and Peace dollars, with many stellar coins included. One highlight is Lot 20903, a richly toned MS-63 1888-S Morgan from the Redfield Hoard, an affordable coin with plenty of eye appeal. Gold coins are also present and include virtually all denominations and types. Early gold, Liberty gold with scarce branch mint pieces and some Proofs of various denominations, and Saint-Gaudens double eagles will certainly draw interest from our bidding audience. What a line-up! There is only one difference between this Collector Appreciation Sale and one of our famous public auction sales – this sale has no printed catalog. But, the quality of the coins and the hectic internet bidding we anticipate will offer a “you are there” feel as you bid from the comfort of your own computer. And there is FREE SHIPPING! The auction will close for bids this Sunday night, August 31 at 10 PM ET. Log on now and start bidding!