LATE NIGHT! Key Date Rare Coin Auction 23.5 ON

LATE NIGHT! Key Date Rare Coin Auction 23.5 ON

Wednesday, June 12, 2024  |  2:00 AM Eastern
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LATE NIGHT! Key Date Rare Coin Auction 23.5 ON

LATE NIGHT! Key Date Rare Coin Auction 23.5 ON

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OVERNIGHT LIVE COIN AUCTION! ALL NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT!

We are proud to present 1000+ lots of our LATE NIGHT! Key Date Rare Coin Auction 23.5ON! Brought to you EVERYNIGHT from 12:00am-9:00am Saturday thru Tuesday and 2:00am-9am Wednesday thru Friday “Mornings”! This is a not to be missed event!

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Join us on Wednesday, June 12th (AT 2:00: am!- just became Wednesday!)

Every auction has something for everyone, there is always a bargain to be had! From large estates to small estates, consignments from around the country, we have it all!

This auction will be auctioned by Conri.

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WELCOME TO THE AUCTION

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 569)      

Just to Reiterate from our terms and conditions: I do my best to estimate the grade/condition of the coins, but please note, unless specifically mentioned in the descrip...moretion, I do not guarantee grade or condition. I DO ALWAYS GUARANTEE 100% AUTHENTICITY, on an immediate buyback including any premium paid. But please understand, if you win a coin and receive it and send it out to one of the grading companies and it comes back graded less than I estimated or "genuine but Ungradeable", we will not buy back that coin. No refunds will be issued. Please understand this and look at the large pictures and make your own decision on the grade/condition. I do my best to give you my best estimate and your repeat attendance at my auctions is what I strive for, so I always attempt to give my best description/estimate of the coins being auctioned.

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Decadence Sterling Silver tricolor stack ring Size 6

Lot # 6843 (Sale Order: 2 of 569)      

Decadence Sterling Silver tricolor stack ring Size 6. STERLING SILVER: This product is made of solid Sterling Silver and each piece is carefully trademarked wi...moreth the metal purity for certification. Each piece is stamped 925 and that guarantees the quality and craft. Cubic-Zirconia: This Sterling Silver Tricolor 10mm S Stack Ring features 57 gemstones with a total carat weight of 5.70 CTW. DESIGN & FINISH: We understand jewelry and we really understand the manufacturing process of precious metal. Each piece is carefully designed from scratch by our design department and we are happy to present to you our finished product. All metals used are lead free, nickel free, and hypoallergenic. We trust that you will greatly enjoy the quality of this item! PERFECT FOR ALL OCCASIONS: Looking for the perfect compliment piece? With this clean and classy look, our Sterling Silver Tricolor 10mm S Stack Ring can be worn for a casual everyday look yet it can complement a more upscale outing. These would also make a heartfelt gift for someone special- An easy yet great choice for your loved ones- Perfect for those timeless moments: Anniversaries, Weddings, Mother's Day, Christmas, and Birthdays. PACKAGING & PRESENTATION: Each Sterling Silver Tricolor 10mm S Stack Ring is hand packed in our signature gift box and would make an exquisite and thoughtful gift. We trust that you and your loved ones will really enjoy our product! We look forward to serving you again in the future!

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Denomination Set of 5 1961 Soviet Russian Notes - 1, 3, 5, 10, and 25 Rubles

Lot # 6845 (Sale Order: 3 of 569)      

Denomination Set of 5 1961 Soviet Russian Notes - 1, 3, 5, 10, and 25 Rubles. The "Sixth Soviet Ruble" was issued first in 1961, and the designs for both the non-c...moreommemorative coins and paper currency of the Soviet Union almost remained identical from 1961 nearly until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Briefly before the Soviet Union fell, there was the monetary reform of 1991 and the release of the Seventh Soviet Ruble, with designs that were fairly similar to the 1961 Rubles. Interestingly, the 500 Ruble note only existed for 2 days before the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the 1000 Soviet Ruble note only came into existence 3 months after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Some Soviet banknotes were printed and remained in use in various ex-Soviet states in 1992-1993, still utilizing the 1991 Soviet designs.

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1912 Russia (3B) 15 Kopeks Silver Y# 21a.2 Grades Select Unc

Lot # 6846 (Sale Order: 4 of 569)      

1912 Russia (3B) 15 Kopeks Silver Y# 21a.2 Grades Select Unc....more

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Unique Father & 2 Sons US ONLY Collection,The kids focused on Proofs and Dad on SILVER business stri

Lot # 6848 (Sale Order: 5 of 569)      

Unique Father & 2 Sons US ONLY Collection,The kids focused on Proofs and Dad on SILVER business strikes 20 Coins total They all had great eyes. We have received a ...morehuge collection of over 10 thousand US coins in flips, 2x2 holders, and 20 coin pages. We are forced, due to limited lots, to sell this collection in pages of 20 coins. All of the pages include Silver Coins. Most contain Indian Cents, Proof Coins, Barber Coinage, Bust Coinage, Lincoln Cents, Flying Eagles, Jefferson Nickels, Roosevelt Dimes, Buffalo Nickels, Eisenhower Dollars, Kennedy Halves, Large Cents including some Draped Bust Large Cents, Mercury Dimes, and Liberty V Nickels. These pages could not be reviewed by anyone in our office due to time constraints. We estimate the value of each page to meet or exceed $200 in value! Good luck and happy hunting.

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1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf details

Lot # 6849 (Sale Order: 6 of 569)      

1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf details. 1953 red print two dollar bills can be broke up into four different types by signature combination; 1953 – Ivy Bak...moreer Priest (Treasurer of The United States) and G.M. Humphrey (Secretary of the Treasury), 1953A – Ivy Baker Priest and Robert B Anderson, 1953B – Elizabeth Rudel Smith and C. Douglas Dillon, 1953C – Kathryn O’Hay Granahan and C. Douglas Dillon. 1953 two dollar bills feature Thomas Jefferson as the central figure. The back of the bill shows Monticello. These were printed in Washington DC and circulated across the country. They have red overprints and a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. You can find the following phrases on the bill: “Two Dollars, United States Note, The United States of America will pay to the bearer on demand Two Dollars” “This note is a legal tender at its face value for all debts public and private”

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1923 Weimar Germany 50 Million Marks Hyperinflation Banknote P# 109d, Watermark G/D in Stars Grades

Lot # 6853 (Sale Order: 7 of 569)      

1923 Weimar Germany 50 Million Marks Hyperinflation Banknote P# 109d, Watermark G/D in Stars Grades xf. In the early 1920s, post-WWI Germany saw its economy spiral...moreing out of control. Hyperinflation started directly after the war in 1918, but truly took over the Weimar Republic from 1921 to 1923. The value of the Mark declined incredibly rapidly. 1 USD was equal to 50 German Marks at the beginning of 1920. Toward the end of 1923, 1 USD was equal to over 4,200,000,000,000 German Marks. At times, denominations of the Mark became less valuable than the paper and labor to print it almost immediately after printing. Thus, denominations of the Mark notes became incredibly large, ending up in the tens of trillions.

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Lot of 25 Different Foreign Notes, A Variety of Countries, Dates, and Denominations!

Lot # 6861 (Sale Order: 8 of 569)      

Lot of 25 Different Foreign Notes, A Variety of Countries, Dates, and Denominations!. A selection of 25 random notes from a wide variety of countries. A mix of cir...moreculated and uncriculated notes from various years. See pictures for details.

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*EXCLUSIVE* Hand Marked "Unc Peace Standard," x10 coin Covered End Roll! - Huge Vault Hoard (FC)

Lot # 6864 (Sale Order: 9 of 569)      

*EXCLUSIVE* Hand Marked "Unc Peace Standard," x10 coin Covered End Roll! - Huge Vault Hoard (FC). Up for auction is a (10 coin roll marked “Unc Peace Standard” an...mored having two covered ends and weighing 270.1g), one roll amongst the 2700+ roll hoard which after seeing it can only be described as the Long Island Vault Hoard. Inside the vault are hundreds upon hundreds of dollar rolls. Some are 10 coin rolls some are 20, most are hand marked as to what’s inside and most have covered ends. We have opened about 20 of the rolls and have not found any that were mismarked. The vault at one point I believe had the rolls separated into three sections. The markings standard, premium, limited were marked on the sections. Additionally there was a small safe inside the vault marked “Reserve”. But when we first the saw the hoard, the sections were empty as was the small safe. It appeared that at some point the rolls were all put into canvas bank bags, which bags were all lying on the floor of the vault. The agreement with for the Consignee is that we wire on Friday their portion of the funds for any rolls paid that week and on Mondays we will send our runner up to Long Island to retrieve the rolls for shipment that week from our offices as well as photographing the rolls for the next weeks auction. We hope you enjoy these rolls as much as we have bringing them to you.

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Proof 1983-s Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM++ Proof Deep Cameo

Lot # 6870 (Sale Order: 10 of 569)      

1983-s Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM++ Proof Deep Cameo....more

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1942 Denmark 10 Kroner Banknote P# 31l Grades xf+

Lot # 6873 (Sale Order: 11 of 569)      

1942 Denmark 10 Kroner Banknote P# 31l Grades xf+....more

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1923 Weimar Germany 50 Million Marks Hyperinflation Banknote P# 109d, Watermark G/D in Stars Grades

Lot # 6877 (Sale Order: 12 of 569)      

1923 Weimar Germany 50 Million Marks Hyperinflation Banknote P# 109d, Watermark G/D in Stars Grades xf+. In the early 1920s, post-WWI Germany saw its economy spira...moreling out of control. Hyperinflation started directly after the war in 1918, but truly took over the Weimar Republic from 1921 to 1923. The value of the Mark declined incredibly rapidly. 1 USD was equal to 50 German Marks at the beginning of 1920. Toward the end of 1923, 1 USD was equal to over 4,200,000,000,000 German Marks. At times, denominations of the Mark became less valuable than the paper and labor to print it almost immediately after printing. Thus, denominations of the Mark notes became incredibly large, ending up in the tens of trillions.

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*EXCLUSIVE* Hand Marked " Morgan Standard," x10 coin Covered End Roll! - Huge Vault Hoard (FC)

Lot # 6888 (Sale Order: 13 of 569)      

*EXCLUSIVE* Hand Marked " Morgan Standard," x10 coin Covered End Roll! - Huge Vault Hoard (FC). Up for auction is a (10 coin roll marked “Morgan Standard” and hav...moreing two covered ends and weighing 263.9g), one roll amongst the 2700+ roll hoard which after seeing it can only be described as the Long Island Vault Hoard. Inside the vault are hundreds upon hundreds of dollar rolls. Some are 10 coin rolls some are 20, most are hand marked as to what’s inside and most have covered ends. We have opened about 20 of the rolls and have not found any that were mismarked. The vault at one point I believe had the rolls separated into three sections. The markings standard, premium, limited were marked on the sections. Additionally there was a small safe inside the vault marked “Reserve”. But when we first the saw the hoard, the sections were empty as was the small safe. It appeared that at some point the rolls were all put into canvas bank bags, which bags were all lying on the floor of the vault. The agreement with for the Consignee is that we wire on Friday their portion of the funds for any rolls paid that week and on Mondays we will send our runner up to Long Island to retrieve the rolls for shipment that week from our offices as well as photographing the rolls for the next weeks auction. We hope you enjoy these rolls as much as we have bringing them to you.

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1897 Russia 1 Ruble Silver Y# 59.1 Grades xf+

Lot # 6894 (Sale Order: 14 of 569)      

1897 Russia 1 Ruble Silver Y# 59.1 Grades xf+....more

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1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++

Lot # 6897 (Sale Order: 15 of 569)      

1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++. 1953 red print two dollar bills can be broke up into four different types by signature combination; 1953 – Ivy Baker Pri...moreest (Treasurer of The United States) and G.M. Humphrey (Secretary of the Treasury), 1953A – Ivy Baker Priest and Robert B Anderson, 1953B – Elizabeth Rudel Smith and C. Douglas Dillon, 1953C – Kathryn O’Hay Granahan and C. Douglas Dillon. 1953 two dollar bills feature Thomas Jefferson as the central figure. The back of the bill shows Monticello. These were printed in Washington DC and circulated across the country. They have red overprints and a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. You can find the following phrases on the bill: “Two Dollars, United States Note, The United States of America will pay to the bearer on demand Two Dollars” “This note is a legal tender at its face value for all debts public and private”

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2012 United States Mint Set in Original Government Packaging! 28 Coins Inside!

Lot # 6910 (Sale Order: 16 of 569)      

2012 United States Mint Set in Original Government Packaging! 28 Coins Inside!. Each set would include uncirculated versions of 14 different coins from the Philade...morelphia and Denver Mint facilities. The coins were struck with a brilliant finish. The 2012 Mint Set included coins with rotating designs from ongoing series. Five different America the Beautiful Quarters featured reverse designs representing El Yunque National Forest, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Acadia National Park, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and Denali National Park and Preserve. Four different Presidential Dollars featured obverse designs with portraits of Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland (first term), Benjamin Harrison, and Grover Cleveland (second term). This year’s Native American Dollar reverse design represented the spread of the horse. The sets were completed with coins featuring static designs. These included the 2012-dated Lincoln Cent, Jefferson Nickel, Roosevelt Dime, and Kennedy Half Dollar.

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Wow! Covered End Roll! Marked "Peace Limited"! X10 Coins Inside! (FC)

Lot # 6912 (Sale Order: 17 of 569)      

Wow! Covered End Roll! Marked "Peace Limited"! X10 Coins Inside! (FC). Up for auction is a (10 coin roll marked “Peace Limited” and having two covered ends and wei...moreghing 267.8g), one roll amongst the 2700+ roll hoard which after seeing it can only be described as the Long Island Vault Hoard. Inside the vault are hundreds upon hundreds of dollar rolls. Some are 10 coin rolls some are 20, most are hand marked as to what’s inside and most have covered ends. We have opened about 20 of the rolls and have not found any that were mismarked. The vault at one point I believe had the rolls separated into three sections. The markings standard, premium, limited were marked on the sections. Additionally there was a small safe inside the vault marked “Reserve”. But when we first the saw the hoard, the sections were empty as was the small safe. It appeared that at some point the rolls were all put into canvas bank bags, which bags were all lying on the floor of the vault. The agreement with for the Consignee is that we wire on Friday their portion of the funds for any rolls paid that week and on Mondays we will send our runner up to Long Island to retrieve the rolls for shipment that week from our offices as well as photographing the rolls for the next weeks auction. We hope you enjoy these rolls as much as we have bringing them to you.

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Sealed 2013 United States Mint Set in Original Government Shipped Box, Never Opened! 20 Coins Inside

Lot # 6913 (Sale Order: 18 of 569)      

Sealed 2013 United States Mint Set in Original Government Shipped Box, Never Opened! 20 Coins Inside!. The 2019 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set includes t...morewo folders, each containing 10 coins with uncirculated finishes. One folder is from the United States Mint at Philadelphia and the other is from the United States Mint at Denver. The 2019 edition of the United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set includes the following coins: The 10th annual release of five quarters in the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program: Lowell National Historical Park in Massachusetts, American Memorial Park in the Northern Mariana Islands, War in the Pacific National Historical Park in Guam, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park in Texas, Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness in Idaho. One Native American $1 Coin with a reverse design (tails) honoring Native Americans in the US space program. The designs features Mary Golda Ross writing calculations, while behind her, an Atlas-Agena rocket launches into space with an equation inscribed in its cloud. An astronaut, symbolic of Native American astronauts, including John Herrington, spacewalks above. In the field behind, a group of stars indicates outer space. Inscriptions are “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and "$1." The obverse design (heads) retains the central figure Sacagawea carrying her infant son, Jean Baptiste. The inscriptions are “LIBERTY” and “IN GOD WE TRUST”, Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel, Lincoln penny. United States Mint uncirculated coins are struck on special presses using greater force than circulating coins, producing a sharp, intricately detailed image

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Group of 4 Coins, Great Britain Pennies, 1912, 1927, 1936, 1961 .

Lot # 6915 (Sale Order: 19 of 569)      

Group of 4 Coins, Great Britain Pennies, 1912, 1927, 1936, 1961 .....more

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Lot of 5 Japanese WWII Invasion Money "JIM" Notes, Various Countries & Denominations Grades

Lot # 6917 (Sale Order: 20 of 569)      

Lot of 5 Japanese WWII Invasion Money "JIM" Notes, Various Countries & Denominations Grades. Japanese invasion money, officially known as Southern Development Bank...more Notes (Japanese: ??????? Dai T?-A Sens? gunpy?, "Greater East Asia War military scrip"), was currency issued by the Japanese Military Authority as a replacement for local currency after the conquest of colonies and other states in World War II. Japan printed this currency for many countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, North Borneo, Sarawak, Burma, Brunei, and several Oceania territories controlled by Australia. Some Japanese invasion notes are actually counterfeits produced by the American Office of Strategic Services or the British Special Operations Executive, meant to flood and destabilize the economy in the occupied areas, sometimes also including propaganda printed on the notes themselves.

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1984-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades GEM++ Unc

Lot # 6918 (Sale Order: 21 of 569)      

1984-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades GEM++ Unc....more

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**Star Note** 1957 $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf++

Lot # 6921 (Sale Order: 22 of 569)      

**Star Note** 1957 $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf++....more

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1922 Weimar Germany 5000 Marks Hyperinflation Banknote P# 81a, Watermark G/D in Stars Grades Select

Lot # 6925 (Sale Order: 23 of 569)      

1922 Weimar Germany 5000 Marks Hyperinflation Banknote P# 81a, Watermark G/D in Stars Grades Select CU. In the early 1920s, post-WWI Germany saw its economy spiral...moreing out of control. Hyperinflation started directly after the war in 1918, but truly took over the Weimar Republic from 1921 to 1923. The value of the Mark declined incredibly rapidly. 1 USD was equal to 50 German Marks at the beginning of 1920. Toward the end of 1923, 1 USD was equal to over 4,200,000,000,000 German Marks. At times, denominations of the Mark became less valuable than the paper and labor to print it almost immediately after printing. Thus, denominations of the Mark notes became incredibly large, ending up in the tens of trillions.

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2008 Upper Korea 500 Won Banknote P# 63s Grades Gem+ CU

Lot # 6933 (Sale Order: 24 of 569)      

2008 Upper Korea 500 Won Banknote P# 63s Grades Gem+ CU....more

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1987 United States Mint Proof Set 5 coins

Lot # 6934 (Sale Order: 25 of 569)      

1987 United States Mint Proof Set 5 coins. Includes 5 Very Deep Cameo Proof Coins, the original Mint Packaging and the COA....more

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