Summer Splash Coin Consignments Auction 4 of 6

Summer Splash Coin Consignments Auction 4 of 6

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Summer Splash Coin Consignments Auction 4 of 6

Summer Splash Coin Consignments Auction 4 of 6

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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.....

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***Auction Highlight*** 1883-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 733 (Sale Order: 276 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-p 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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***Auction Highlight*** 1917-p Ty I Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms64 fh Details By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 734 (Sale Order: 277 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1917-p Ty I Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms64 fh Details By SEGS....more

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1891-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

Lot # 735 (Sale Order: 278 of 395)      

1891-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc....more

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1936 Delaware Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc

Lot # 736 (Sale Order: 279 of 395)      

1936 Delaware Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc. When examining a Delaware note that most pieces are not fully struck in their centers. Potential weak spots ...moreinclude the lower mainsail (at the coin’s center) and the gable above the arched doorway. to Determine actual wear Look on the lower mainsail and on the gable above the doorway arch.

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

Lot # 737 (Sale Order: 280 of 395)      

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

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

Lot # 739 (Sale Order: 281 of 395)      

***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*** 1921-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded au58 details By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 740 (Sale Order: 282 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1921-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded au58 details By SEGS....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1908-s Indian Cent 1c Graded ms64+ bn By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 741 (Sale Order: 283 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1908-s Indian Cent 1c Graded ms64+ bn By SEGS. very scarce. Per PCGS :"The 1908-S Indian cent is the third lowest mintage circulation strike Indi...morean cent. The only two other lower mintage coins in the series are the 1877 and the 1909-S, with the latter being the lowest mintage in the entire series." also PCGS estimates only 3000 survive in all grades A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin

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***Auction Highlight*** 1924-p Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 742 (Sale Order: 284 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1924-p Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle Graded ms67 By SEGS. One point from the Finest known. This Superb, glistening example clearly surpass...morees the regularly encountered Gem of this obtainable issue. Usually thought of as only a type coin, the 1924 is seldom seen as a condition rarity because so few coins qualify at this grade level. The luster is thick and frosted, and each side shows an intermingling of deep reddish-gold and pale lilac colors. The surfaces are virtually perfect, as underscored not only by the MS67 grade but also by the great eye appeal. Also fully detailed on each side, even the Capitol building is completely defined. 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*** 1889-cc Morgan Dollar 1 Graded au58 Details By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 743 (Sale Order: 285 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-cc Morgan Dollar 1 Graded au58 Details By SEGS. Up for Auction is the King of the Carson City Morgans, The legendary 1889-cc. The 188...more9-CC is the lesser of the two Morgan dollar keys, being modestly more available than the 1893-S. Yet, it is far and away the scarcest Carson City issue, and it is arguably more widely sought than the 1893-S due to the subset of collectors seeking to assemble only the Carson City Mint collection; For those collectors, the 1889-CC is the capstone of the set. Examples of this issue are occasionally seen in Mint State, although eye appeal varies widely. This Borderline Uncirculated example has the faintest trace of friction over the eagle's breast and Liberty's cheek but retains full luster in the fields. One stray mark in the obverse accounts for the details grades, but it is not distracting at all. The brilliant, vibrant cartwheel effect is exceptional and eye-catching, and only light handling marks are evident. I have included another au58 for your comparison. 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*** 1853-p OC-1 Top 30 Seated Liberty Dollar 1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG (fc)

Lot # 744 (Sale Order: 286 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1853-p OC-1 Top 30 Seated Liberty Dollar 1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. Up for Auction is the Scarce 1853 Seated Dollar OC-1 A Top 30 Variet...morey. Congress authorized a weight reduction for the subsidiary silver coins in 1853 but the silver dollar was not included in that legislation. As a result, many silver dollars were melted for their premium value, and today, these coins are much scarcer than their mintage would imply. High grade examples such as this lustrous Choice Mint State piece are especially difficult to locate. This attractive example has satiny silver luster and hints of peripheral gold toning on the reverse. 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*** 1879-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62 details By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 745 (Sale Order: 287 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62 details By SEGS. The 1879-CC Silver Dollar is a very popular date. As one of the scarcest CC-Mint Morga...moren Dollars, it has an allure all its own. The mintmark is found either rusted or unrusted. The rusted version is often called the "Capped Die" or the "Capped CC." The coin at hand is the Clear cc variety. 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*** 1800 BB-192 B-19 Draped Bust Dollar $1 Graded xf45 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 746 (Sale Order: 288 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1800 BB-192 B-19 Draped Bust Dollar $1 Graded xf45 By SEGS. BB-196, the 12 Arrows Variety, Medium champagne & gray with and russet accents whe...moren examined. The strike is sharp too, with the bold die clashing from the wing just above Liberty's chest and the usual extension off the 1 from an engraver's slip, present on all seen from this obverse die. 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*** J. Gault’s 1862 Encased Postage, EP8, TAKE AYERS PILLS & 3c Rose stamp exel

Lot # 747 (Sale Order: 289 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** J. Gault’s 1862 Encased Postage, EP8, TAKE AYERS PILLS & 3c Rose stamp exel cond Graded au50 By SEGS. Up for Auction is One of The Civil Wa...morer’s Foremost Rarities, The “Encased Postage” coin. While not Technically a Coin, a Note or a Stamp, John Gault’s Encased Postage was king of currency For a Brief Year in 1862. When The Civil war Broke out in 1861, all of the “Hard Currency” quickly Dissapeared. But people still needed to purchase a 3¢ loaf of bread, a 1¢ newspaper, a 5¢ quart of milk and countless other goods that required coins. And vendors had to make change when an item’s price was less than a nickel, a dime or a quarter. In some cities, businesses gave customers I.O.Us, private companies created “Civil War tokens” and paper money was cut into several pieces to represent a fraction of a dollar. Clever remedies for sure, but none that were widely used or accepted. All of this radically changed on July 17, 1862, when Congress decided to address the coinage shortage and passed a law that allowed postage stamps to satisfy debts of less than $5. People began to carry stamps in their purses and pockets and used them repeatedly for daily purchases. Vendors gladly accepted the stamps as payment. But all of this hand-to-hand usage quickly resulted in damaged stamps with denominations sometimes unrecognizable. The local post offices would not exchange damaged stamps for new ones, so a remedy was needed. John Gault, a New York entrepreneur, decided he had the best solution. On August 12, 1862, Gault obtained a patent for a “postage stamp case”, or as he named the item in a newspaper advertisement, the “New Metallic Currency. Gault didn’t sell the encased stamps to the public. Instead, he sold them to stores and businesses that needed “coinage” to make change for customers’ purchases. Gault’s profit came from the 20% markup over the face value of the stamp. To increase his potential profit, Gault’s second idea was to inscribe advertising on the back of the encased stamp. He would charge companies who purchased the metallic currency an additional 2¢ for each item. Encased stamps were widely accepted in the general commerce realm until later in 1862 when the government issued “fractional currency”. This legitimate, government-sanctioned currency quickly eliminated the coin shortage. Having no other value than the stamp, people tore apart the encasements of their metallic currency to remove the stamp to use as postage. Thus the scarcity of the 1862 encased stamps today. The Example being offered today is EP8, Large Ayer’s, TAKE AYER’S PILLS 3c Rose Colored Washington Stamp The case has a nice Patina, with original luster still remaining, WOW!, The Mica & Stamp are fully intactonly a slight crazing. The Stamp is Clear and the Case pleasing. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin

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***Auction Highlight*** 1793 Wreath Vine & Bars S-10 Flowing Hair large cent 1c Graded ms61 details

Lot # 748 (Sale Order: 290 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1793 Wreath Vine & Bars S-10 Flowing Hair large cent 1c Graded ms61 details By SEGS. HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR – Up for Auction is a Mint State Sh...moreeldon 10 Flowing Hair Wreath Vine and Bars Cent. The S-10 Wreath cent is an elusive variety in higher grades. This 1793 Wreath cent offers superior quality and eye appeal for this design from the first year of regular issue U.S. Mint coinage. Boldly to sharply defined from a well executed strike. This example has full detail and no wear. It has some surface issues which do bring it to the details designation, but it is one of only 2 known S-10 in Mint State! While Chain cents often attract the most interest for their position as the first made, there is not a collector alive who would assert that Chain cents are more beautiful than their Wreath reverse counterparts. Breen boldly suggested that the elegance of the Wreath cents "was Director David Rittenhouse's answer to the newspaper criticisms" lodged against the Chain cent. Though no evidence exists to support this, the fact remains that the Wreaths represented a substantial step up in both design artistry and engraving execution. The details of this fine style design are lost with even light wear, making high grade Wreath cents such as this the crown princes of the early copper world. In any numismatic season a 1793 Wreath cent is an object of desire, and even coins that are worn nearly smooth command interest and attention. The 2000 reference Walter Breen's Encyclopedia of Early United States Cents: 1793-1814 states that approximately 4% of the mintage of 63,353 coins for the 1793 Wreath cent is extant, or 2,400 to 2,800 in all grades. About Uncirculated and Mint State survivors exist in a slightly greater percentage of the mintage than for later years, perhaps due to interest shown in these early U.S. Mint products by contemporary collectors in England, where numismatics was firmly established by the 1790s. Advanced numismatists will be sure to take note of this highlight among the early coppers in the auction. 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*** 1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG (fc)

Lot # 749 (Sale Order: 291 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG.Up for Auction is a Spectacular, heavily toned and Mint state 1884-s. Well struck and superb ton...moreing, in fact it is the nicest toned 1884-s I have ever come across. A true rarity. Good Luck.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1809 O-102A Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded ms64 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 750 (Sale Order: 292 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1809 O-102A Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded ms64 By SEGS. Finest known in the Variety. Despite the low rarity rating (R.1), the finest con...morefirmed O-102a reported in Stephen Herrman's roster is MS63, one grade below this coin! A pair of die cracks in the date area are the primary pick-up points for the late die state, where a short crack at the base of the date runs parallel to a longer crack from the top of 1 across Liberty's drapery folds to star 1. On the reverse, enigmatic pointed segments are visible (scroll marks, also seen on O-110), and the U in UNITED shows recutting at the base. This is an exceptional example with lovely light toning in pastel hues throughout both sides. The strike is sharp except at the eagle's left wing shoulder. A superb and TOP POP coin! 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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1897 Liberty Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Unc

Lot # 751 (Sale Order: 293 of 395)      

1897 Liberty Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Unc....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1859-d Dahlonega Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms63 details By SE

Lot # 752 (Sale Order: 294 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1859-d Dahlonega Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms63 details By SEGS. 0 HIGHLIGHT OF THE NIGHT – Up for Auction is what could argua...morebly be called the Finest Known 1859-d $2.5 to survive. The current finest known is an ms62, our wonderful coin is an ms63 Details, with light hairlines Attractive yellow-gold patina covers both sides of this handsome, top-of-the-pop quarter eagle. The luster is full and satiny, and the strike is bold apart from isolated softness in and around the centers, typical of 1859-D quarter eagles. Smooth, attractive, and sure to sell for a premium bid.After a one year hiatus, the Dahlonega Mint returned to quarter eagle production in 1859 with a delivery of 2,244 coins. This is the final Dahlonega Mint quarter eagle, and it is a median rarity in its series from both absolute and high grade standpoints. The typical survivor falls somewhere in the EF-40 to AU-53 grade range, seldom AU-55 or AU-58, and rarely even in the lowest Mint State grades. The present example is among the finest known to the major certification services, and vies with just a few MS-62s for the top Condition Census ranking. This is an important Dahlonega Mint quarter eagle set that will certainly be sought by advanced gold collectors. We have estimated the ms63 Trends based on other issues as no other has ever graded ms63 before. I have included one of the ms62 for your comparison. It sold in 8/15 and realized $44,063

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***Auction Highlight*** 1895-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63+ PL By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 753 (Sale Order: 295 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1895-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63+ PL By SEGS. HIGHLIGHT OF THE YEAR - a PL Uncirculated 1895-o. ONLY11 Known in PL. One of the great rariti...morees among Prooflike and Deep Mirror Prooflike Morgan dollars, the 1895-O is scarce-to-rare in any regard when in Uncirculated condition. A logical reduction in silver dollar mintages followed the government's release from the necessity of purchasing millions of dollars worth of silver bullion each month. Just 450,000 pieces were struck at the old Southern Mint, where the 1895-O is the premier O-mint issue in the Morgan series. Michael "Miles" Standish points out, "In prooflike and deep mirror prooflike, the issue is rarer than Massachusetts Bay silver coinage." This MS63 Prooflike example is sharply struck with fully mirrored fields and no marks are singularly large or distracting. Virtually Tone Free across the reflective fields and frosted devices. It is one of the Highlights of the Year for us to be able to bring you this coin. Please contemplate that there are just 11 known, up to ms64 and no 1895-o in PL has ever come to auction above ms60! Once in a Lifetime Opportunity. Bid To WIN! 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*** The Famous Ten-Dollar "Bison Note" of 1901 $10 Grades vf++ (fc)

Lot # 754 (Sale Order: 296 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** The Famous Ten-Dollar "Bison Note" of 1901 $10 Grades vf++. One of the most sought-after notes in the world. The Series 1901 $10 Legal Ten...moreder Note symbolizes the spirit of our frontier past with a beautifully engraved image of a powerful bison. With its massive size, prominent head and shaggy fur, the giant of the Great Plains captivated settlers and became a legendary fixture in the American imagination. Issued at the dawn of the last century. Flanking the bison are vignettes of explorers Lewis and Clark, whose mapping of the Louisiana Purchase territory paved the way for western expansion. The reverse features Columbia, a poetic female personification of the U.S. This rarely seen “legal tender note” is full of intricate flourishes and distinguished by a rich red seal and serial number.

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Proof ***Auction Highlight*** 1889 Three Cent Copper Nickel 3cn Graded pr67+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 755 (Sale Order: 297 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1889 Three Cent Copper Nickel 3cn Graded pr67+ By SEGS....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1919-s Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded au53 By SEGS (fc)

Lot # 756 (Sale Order: 298 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1919-s Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded au53 By SEGS....more

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***Auction Highlight*** 1893-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded vg+ By USCG (fc)

Lot # 757 (Sale Order: 299 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 1893-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded vg+ By USCG.Smoothly worn and richly toned, this 1893-S will highlight any well-circulated Morgan dollar set, where...more original coins with problem-free surfaces are infinitely more challenging to assemble than many Morgan collections with higher-grade coins. Smooth wear is the sole grade-determining factor, since there are no untoward marks visible on the naturally appealing fields and devices. We seldom come across a coin more perfect for its assigned grade than this splendid VG 1893-S, the universally acknowledged series key.

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***Auction Highlight*** 2009-p First Strike Ultra High Relief $20 Gold Double Eagle Graded ms70 pl B

Lot # 758 (Sale Order: 300 of 395)      

***Auction Highlight*** 2009-p First Strike Ultra High Relief $20 Gold Double Eagle Graded ms70 pl By PCGS. A technically perfect specimen of this iconic issue, modeled...more after the famous reduced diameter twenty dollar patterns in the National Numismatic Collection, Judd-1917. The butter-gold surfaces are entirely free of distractions, with much prooflike reflectivity in the fields. The design elements are fully struck and eye appeal is terrific. This coin is one of The few ms70 examples with the FIRST STRIKE certification at PCGS. I looked at Ebay and the FIRST STRIKE PCGS gets a substantial Premium. The one-ounce gold 2009 Ultra High Relief double eagle is listed among the 100 Greatest Modern Coins.

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