Fabulous Fall Coin Consignments Auction 7 of 7

Fabulous Fall Coin Consignments Auction 7 of 7

Wednesday, December 1, 2021  |  5:45 PM Eastern
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Fabulous Fall Coin Consignments Auction 7 of 7

Fabulous Fall Coin Consignments Auction 7 of 7

Wednesday, December 1, 2021  |  5:45 PM Eastern
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600+ Lots of premium Numismatics from around the Country including; Morgans, Peace $'s, Rare Type coinage, Rare Gold, Lg cents, ½ cents, Indians, Bust coinage, Barber coinage, Buffalo's, Currency, VAM's, Varieties, Errors, NGC/PCGS/SEGS Slabs, Original rolls of Morgans plus much, much more.....

This auction runs for 3 nights. We will broadcast the first 2 nights until approximately 1 AM and the last night will go until the auction is complete.

We typically auction lots 1-299 Day 1, 300-599 Day 2, and 600-899 Day 3

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***Auction Highlight*** 1904-p vam 3 I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc By USCG (fc)

Lot # 731 (Sale Order: 601 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-p vam 3 I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc By USCG....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1852-o Gold Liberty Double Eagle $20 Graded ms62 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 732 (Sale Order: 602 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1852-o Gold Liberty Double Eagle $20 Graded ms62 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal ...moreCoin

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***Auction Highlight*** 1878-p 8tf vam 14.3 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG (fc)

Lot # 733 (Sale Order: 603 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1878-p 8tf vam 14.3 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1923-s Monroe Near Top POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms67 By SEGS (

Lot # 734 (Sale Order: 604 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1923-s Monroe Near Top POP! Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms67 By SEGS. One may think that the Reverse of the Two Continents of The Western H...moreemisphere but upon closer examination you will see that they are two women bent into the general shapes of the two continents. When examining a Monroe Commemorative the cheeks of the two statesmen on the obverse and the figures that represent the two continents on the reverse are the highpoints and will show wear first. 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

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***Auction Highlight*** 1844-o Gold Liberty Half Eagle $5 Graded ms62 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 735 (Sale Order: 605 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1844-o Gold Liberty Half Eagle $5 Graded ms62 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin...more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1841-o Seated Liberty Quarter 25c Graded BU+ By USCG (fc)

Lot # 736 (Sale Order: 606 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1841-o Seated Liberty Quarter 25c Graded BU+ By USCG....more

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1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot # 737 (Sale Order: 607 of 720)      

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

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PCGS Third Issue 25c Fractional Currency FR-1291 Red Rev Bust of Wm Fessenden Graded cu63 By PCGS

Lot # 738 (Sale Order: 608 of 720)      

PCGS Third Issue 25c Fractional Currency FR-1291 Red Rev Bust of Wm Fessenden Graded cu63 By PCGS. Per PMG less then 300 Known in all GRades William Pitt Fessenden...more was an American politician from the U.S. state of Maine. Fessenden was a Whig and member of the Fessenden political family. He served in the United States House of Representatives and Senate before becoming Secretary of the Treasury under President Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War 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.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1889 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll (fc)

Lot # 739 (Sale Order: 609 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1889 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll. Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends, Carson City, Nevada Investment and Trust C...moreo wrapper. Weighs Perfectly as a Uncirculated Roll.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1797 Rev 97', Stems S-138 LDS Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Graded au58+ By SEGS

Lot # 740 (Sale Order: 610 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1797 Rev 97', Stems S-138 LDS Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Graded au58+ By SEGS....more

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1863 Turban Liberty F-NY-630-BB-1b R5 Civil War Token 1c Grades AU Details

Lot # 741 (Sale Order: 611 of 720)      

1863 Turban Liberty F-NY-630-BB-1b R5 Civil War Token 1c Grades AU Details....more

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1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot # 742 (Sale Order: 612 of 720)      

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

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***Auction Highlight*** 1900 Lafayette Lafayette Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 743 (Sale Order: 613 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1900 Lafayette Lafayette Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS. Struck to Commemorate General Lafayette and Help Cover the Costs of a Statue given by th...moree US to the City of Paris. The coins were also to Celebrate the Exposition in Paris in 1900. Additionally, 1899 was the 100th Anniversary of Washington's death. When Examining a Lafayette Dollar, Evidence of Wear First Appears on Washington's Cheekbone and on Lafayette's Lower Curls. On the Reverse, check the Highest Points of the Design—the Boot, Thigh and Rear Leg of the Horse. Also it is noted that this coin has a Few Firsts, it is the First Commemorative Dollar Ever Struck, the First Officially Issued coin to Depict a Former President, and the First Coin to Show the Same Person (Lafayette) on Both Sides.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1898-p Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms64 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 744 (Sale Order: 614 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1898-p Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms64 By SEGS....more

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

Lot # 745 (Sale Order: 615 of 720)      

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

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***Auction Highlight*** 1918-s Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 746 (Sale Order: 616 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1918-s Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms65 By SEGS....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1883-s vam 11 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG (fc)

Lot # 747 (Sale Order: 617 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-s vam 11 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1915-p Near Top POP! Gold Indian Half Eagle $5 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 748 (Sale Order: 618 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1915-p Near Top POP! Gold Indian Half Eagle $5 Graded ms65 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find ...moreits equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

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***Auction Highlight*** 1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 749 (Sale Order: 619 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS....more

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Proof 1955 Near Top POP! Franklin Half Dollar 50c Graded pr68 cam By SEGS

Lot # 750 (Sale Order: 620 of 720)      

1955 Near Top POP! Franklin Half Dollar 50c Graded pr68 cam By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin...more

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1915-s Panama Pacific Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Unc Details

Lot # 751 (Sale Order: 621 of 720)      

1915-s Panama Pacific Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Unc Details. Exceptionally Rare Commemorative. The Pan Pac was Minted Along with 4 Other Coins to Commemorate the...more Completion of the Panama Canal and Distributed at the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco which also Celebrated the Renewal of San Francisco since the Great Fire. When Examining the Pan Pac Half Dollar, Note that there is a Problem with Pan-Pac Halves in its Strike: Weakness is often Evident on Columbia’s Head, Cap, Arm and Body, also on the Eagle's Breast Feathers and Claws. Occasionally, Coins are seen with a Rim Indentation Near the Periphery on Each Side; this is a Mint Caused Problem and Should Not Be Factored Into the Grade. When Grading Lightly Circulated Examples, Friction is First Evident on Columbia's Shoulder and on the Eagle's Breast. The 1915 Panama Pacific Half Dollar represented only the second commemorative silver half dollar issued by the United States Mint. Although this would later become the most frequent denomination for classic commemorative coins, the earlier issues took place across a range of denominations. The program of five commemorative coins issued for the Panama Pacific International Exposition included two versions of a $50 gold piece, a gold quarter eagle, and a gold dollar.The half dollar featured the full length figure of the allegorical Columbia with rays of the sun and the Golden Gate in the background. Her arms are outstretched to scatter fruits and flowers. A cherub appears to her right holding a cornucopia. The obverse includes the “S” mint mark, as the coins were produced at the San Francisco Mint facility.The reverse of the Panama Pacific Exposition Half Dollar features an American Eagle with wings outstretched, perched on a shield. An oak branch and olive branch appears to each side to represent strength and peace. The words “In God We Trust” appear near the eagle’s head, representing the motto’s first appearance on a commemorative coin. The obverse of the coin was designed by Charles E. Barber, and the reverse was designed by George T. Morgan.When Examining the Pan Pac Half Dollar, Note that there is a Problem with Pan-Pac Halves in its Strike: Weakness is often Evident on Columbia’s Head, Cap, Arm and Body, also on the Eagle's Breast Feathers and Claws. Occasionally, Coins are seen with a Rim Indentation Near the Periphery on Each Side; this is a Mint Caused Problem and Should Not Be Factored Into the Grade. When Grading Lightly Circulated Examples, Friction is First Evident on Columbia's Shoulder and on the Eagle's Breast.

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1863 US Fractional Currency 5c Third Issue fr-1238 Spencer M. Clark Graded cu64 By PMG

Lot # 754 (Sale Order: 622 of 720)      

1863 US Fractional Currency 5c Third Issue fr-1238 Spencer M. Clark Graded cu64 By PMG. Per PMG Less then 300 Known In All Grades. Fractional or postage currency h...moreas 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.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1909 vdb Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67+ rd By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 755 (Sale Order: 623 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1909 vdb Near Top POP! Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms67+ rd By SEGS. Always sought after date. Always popular. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don'...moret let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation

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***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 759 (Sale Order: 624 of 720)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin...more

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1918 $2 "Battleship Note" National Currency Federal Reserve Bank of New York, NY FR-751 Grades g de

Lot # 760 (Sale Order: 625 of 720)      

1918 $2 "Battleship Note" National Currency Federal Reserve Bank of New York, NY FR-751 Grades g details. Somewhat similar to the language seen on National Bank N...moreotes, the notes themselves were actually backed by bonds deposited with the United States Treasury by the individual Federal Reserve bank. Forever confusing new collectors, the top of these notes read “NATIONAL CURRENCY” but they are not what is referred to as National Bank Notes. Starting off with the main attraction to these interesting banknotes is the design on the back, with its imposing visage of the 27,000-ton USS New York dreadnought battleship. The vignette was never labeled on the note itself and was intended to be generic, but in comparing it to an image of New York it is clear the two are the same. The face of the note has a vignette of third United States President Thomas Jefferson; his first appearance on the Federal $2 bill was on the Series of 1869 Legal Tender, and he can be found there on modern $2 notes to this day.

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