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Brilliant Post Baltimore Rare Coin Auction 52 pt 1

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Brilliant Post Baltimore Rare Coin Auction 52 pt 1

by Key Date Coins
Sun, Nov  26, 2023  6:30 PM   Eastern
Right from Baltimore, Directly to you! We are proud to present pt 1 of our 5 day Brilliant Post Baltimore Rare Coin Auction! This is a not to be missed event! Join us for: Part 1 on Sunday, 11/26 - Monday, 11/27 Part 2 on Tuesday, 11/28 - Thursday 11/30! This auction has some HUGE, not to be missed, stunning coins. The consignees came right from Baltimore, directly to you to be sold in our auction. Our 5 day Brilliant Post Baltimore Rare Coin Auction will be entirely auctioned off by Corey and Sandi! They will be live at 6:30pm ET and will end when all of the lots have closed for that day. This will probably be around midnight! Every auction has something for everyone, there is always a bargain to be had! We put together the highest quality items in the bullion, coins, currency, and exonumia categories. From large estates to small estates, consignments from around the country, we have it all! We have every type of rare estate that almost every auction has something you will never see again! Ranging from Morgans and Rare Gold to VAMS and Varieties to Currency and Proof Sets, there really is something for every kind of bidder. This auction has some weird lot numbers, please bear with us. Each day has about 200 lots. These are the lot numbers per day: Part 1: Day 1 (52 pt 1.1): - Lots 10481-10717 Day 2 (52 pt 1.2): - Lots 10718-11749 Part 2: Day 1 (52 pt 2.1): - Lots 11750-13498 Day 2 (52 pt 2.2): - Lots 13499-15284 Day 3 (52 pt 2.3): - Lots 15285-17080 We can't wait to see you at the auction!
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Lot #1 (Sale Order 1 of 389)

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 description, 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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1907 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc RB 1907 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc RB

1907 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc RB

Lot #10481 (Sale Order 2 of 389)

1907 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc RB.

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1935 Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved 1935 Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved

1935 Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved

Lot #10482 (Sale Order 3 of 389)

1935 Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved.

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1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc 1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

Lot #10483 (Sale Order 4 of 389)

1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.

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1896 Martha & George Washington 1896 Martha & George Washington

1896 Martha & George Washington "Educational Series" $1 large size Red Seal Silver Certificate Grade

Lot #10484 (Sale Order 5 of 389)

1896 Martha & George Washington "Educational Series" $1 large size Red Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf, very fine Signatures Tillman/Morgan. FR-224 In 1896, the U.S. Treasury printed Silver Certificates with beautiful designs depicting educational motifs. Known as the “Educational Series,” each of these notes is a numismatic masterpiece. They’re also incredibly difficult to come by on the front, paired on the back with a first and only in U.S. currency: the portraits of BOTH George and Martha Washington!Due to their theme, these notes became known as “One Dollar Eds” and they feature much more than just History in the form of a reclining woman pointing towards a panoramic view of the Potomac River and Washington, DC with her arm wrapped around Youth represented by the figure a young boy. Besides the images of the Washington Monument and Capitol building, the United States Constitution can be seen on the right side of the bill. Additionally, the last names of important Americans are printed in wreaths that surround the front of the bill. Some of those listed include Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Robert Fulton and Ulysses Grant. Most of the people were included because of their artistic, cultural, or scientific achievements. In the book 100 Greatest Currency Notes by Q. David Bowers, the $1 Educational Note is ranked #7

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1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10485 (Sale Order 6 of 389)

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1991-1995-p WWII In Original Plastic Capsule Modern Commem Half Dollar 50c 1991-1995-p WWII In Original Plastic Capsule Modern Commem Half Dollar 50c

1991-1995-p WWII In Original Plastic Capsule Modern Commem Half Dollar 50c

Lot #10486 (Sale Order 7 of 389)

1991-1995-p WWII In Original Plastic Capsule Modern Commem Half Dollar 50c

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1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++ 1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++

1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++

Lot #10488 (Sale Order 8 of 389)

1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++. Fr-1536 Each 1963 five dollar red seal bill has serial number written in red ink. There is a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. All 1963 red seals were printed in Washington DC and feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the center of the bill. You can also find the following wording on each bill, “United States Note, The United States of America, This Note Is A Legal Tender At Its Face Value For All Debts Public And Private, Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars”

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1977 Great Britain 25 New Pence (1 crown) KM# 920 Grades Brilliant Uncirculated 1977 Great Britain 25 New Pence (1 crown) KM# 920 Grades Brilliant Uncirculated

1977 Great Britain 25 New Pence (1 crown) KM# 920 Grades Brilliant Uncirculated

Lot #10490 (Sale Order 9 of 389)

1977 Great Britain 25 New Pence (1 crown) KM# 920 Grades Brilliant Uncirculated.

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1956 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins 1956 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins

1956 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins

Lot #10491 (Sale Order 10 of 389)

1956 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10492 (Sale Order 11 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Key Date'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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1910 France 10 Centimes KM# 843 Grades vg details 1910 France 10 Centimes KM# 843 Grades vg details

1910 France 10 Centimes KM# 843 Grades vg details

Lot #10494 (Sale Order 12 of 389)

1910 France 10 Centimes KM# 843 Grades vg details.

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1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10495 (Sale Order 13 of 389)

1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1928G $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf details 1928G $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf details

1928G $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf details

Lot #10496 (Sale Order 14 of 389)

1928G $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf details. FR-1508 Two dollar bills from the series of 1928 are called 1928 $2 legal tenders. All legal tenders have a red seal. 1928 was also the first year that United States paper money was printed at its current size. Series of 1928 two dollar notes were the first series of three years to feature a red seal on that denomination. The other years are 1953 and 1963. The other two years are much more common. Series of 1928 two dollar red seals come in eight different types. 1928, 1928A, 1928B, 1928C, 1928D, 1928E, 1928G, and 1928F. 1928 two dollar bills are typically found today in very rough condition. Believe it or not, some are actually still in circulation. There can be nice premiums on truly uncirculated 1928 twos. trying to put together a choice uncirculated set will take some time and money.

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1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

Lot #10497 (Sale Order 15 of 389)

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS.

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Proof 1967 Canada $1 Silver KM# 70 Grades GEM+ Proof Proof 1967 Canada $1 Silver KM# 70 Grades GEM+ Proof

Proof 1967 Canada $1 Silver KM# 70 Grades GEM+ Proof

Lot #10498 (Sale Order 16 of 389)

1967 Canada $1 Silver KM# 70 Grades GEM+ Proof.

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1954 U.S. Proof Coin Set in Capital Plastic Holder, 5 Coins Total 1954 U.S. Proof Coin Set in Capital Plastic Holder, 5 Coins Total

1954 U.S. Proof Coin Set in Capital Plastic Holder, 5 Coins Total

Lot #10499 (Sale Order 17 of 389)

1954 U.S. Proof Coin Set in Capital Plastic Holder, 5 Coins Total.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1902 $20 National Currency Blue Seal Hugh McCulloch 'The National Brookville ***Auction Highlight*** 1902 $20 National Currency Blue Seal Hugh McCulloch 'The National Brookville

***Auction Highlight*** 1902 $20 National Currency Blue Seal Hugh McCulloch 'The National Brookville

Lot #10500 (Sale Order 18 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1902 $20 National Currency Blue Seal Hugh McCulloch 'The National Brookville Bank OF Indiana' Grades Choice AU. 0 Hugh McCulloch was an American financier who played a central role in financing the American Civil War. He served two non-consecutive terms as U.S. Treasury Secretary under three presidents. The series of 1902 Hugh McCulloch twenty dollar blue seal national bank was issued by national banks in all fifty states and even in Puerto Rico as well. National bank notes are different from other nationally printed currency in that they are printed specifically for each individual chartered bank organization. This assisted greatly in creating a system of bank notes that were the same across the country. This aided in travelers knowing what they were spending and receiving in change, rather than the times when each bank and state printed their own currency with their own designs. The National Bank Note system was abandoned shortly after the changeover to smaller size notes in 1929, making the third charter notes the last truly used issue of this kind. The series of 1902 Hugh McCulloch twenty dollar blue seal national bank was issued by national banks in all fifty states and even in Puerto Rico as well. National bank notes are different from other nationally printed currency in that they are printed specifically for each individual chartered bank organization. This assisted greatly in creating a system of bank notes that were the same across the country. This aided in travelers knowing what they were spending and receiving in change, rather than the times when each bank and state printed their own currency with their own designs. The National Bank Note system was abandoned shortly after the changeover to smaller size notes in 1929, making the third charter notes the last truly used issue of this kind.

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1803 Sm Date, Lg Frac Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g details 1803 Sm Date, Lg Frac Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g details

1803 Sm Date, Lg Frac Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g details

Lot #10501 (Sale Order 19 of 389)

1803 Sm Date, Lg Frac Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g details.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10502 (Sale Order 20 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS.

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1935G $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU No Motto 1935G $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU No Motto

1935G $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU No Motto

Lot #10504 (Sale Order 21 of 389)

1935G $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU No Motto. FR-1616 Smith-Dilon Midway through the final issue of the 1935 series of $1 silver certificates, the now-well-established motto of "In God We Trust" was added to the back of the notes. Thus there are both "With Motto" and "Without Motto" varieties of the 1935G $1 Silver Certificate. Silver Certificates were redeemable in Silver. One of their most distinctive qualities is the blue Treasury seal and serial numbers. These notes include an additional legend printed on the face that is not present on any other Federal Reserve notes. The legend states that Silver had been deposited in the Treasury and was payable on demand to the note’s bearer. 

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1877-s Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades vf++ 1877-s Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades vf++

1877-s Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades vf++

Lot #10506 (Sale Order 22 of 389)

1877-s Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades vf++.

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1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10508 (Sale Order 23 of 389)

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1938-d Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc 1938-d Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc

1938-d Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10510 (Sale Order 24 of 389)

1938-d Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1935F $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU 1935F $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU

1935F $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU

Lot #10512 (Sale Order 25 of 389)

1935F $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select CU. FR-1615 Priest-Adnerson Silver Certificates were redeemable in Silver. One of their most distinctive qualities is the blue Treasury seal and serial numbers. These notes include an additional legend printed on the face that is not present on any other Federal Reserve notes. The legend states that Silver had been deposited in the Treasury and was payable on demand to the note’s bearer. 

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1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc+ PL 1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc+ PL

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc+ PL

Lot #10513 (Sale Order 26 of 389)

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc+ PL.

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1902-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg, very good 1902-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg, very good

1902-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg, very good

Lot #10514 (Sale Order 27 of 389)

1902-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg, very good.

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1993 Persian Gulf Veterans National Medal US Mint Orig. Box w/ Sleeve & COA 1993 Persian Gulf Veterans National Medal US Mint Orig. Box w/ Sleeve & COA

1993 Persian Gulf Veterans National Medal US Mint Orig. Box w/ Sleeve & COA

Lot #10515 (Sale Order 28 of 389)

1993 Persian Gulf Veterans National Medal US Mint Orig. Box w/ Sleeve & COA.

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1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871 1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871

Lot #10516 (Sale Order 29 of 389)

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871. Despite having 1913 written on them, these are actually from the series of 1914, as it says on the right and left hands side of each note. An engraved portrait of President Abarham Lincoln is on the note's face and the back features two vignettes titled Columbus's Discovery of Land and The Landing of the Pilgrims

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1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10518 (Sale Order 30 of 389)

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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1864 $40 Confederate Note CSA Grades Select CU 1864 $40 Confederate Note CSA Grades Select CU

1864 $40 Confederate Note CSA Grades Select CU

Lot #10520 (Sale Order 31 of 389)

1864 $40 Confederate Note CSA Grades Select CU.

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1813 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details 1813 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details

1813 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details

Lot #10521 (Sale Order 32 of 389)

1813 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details.

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1888-p Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades AU Details 1888-p Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades AU Details

1888-p Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades AU Details

Lot #10522 (Sale Order 33 of 389)

1888-p Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades AU Details.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10523 (Sale Order 34 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Key Date's Pick, Bid to Win Coin

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1929 $10 National Currency The Federal Reserve Bank OF New York, NY Grades vf+ 1929 $10 National Currency The Federal Reserve Bank OF New York, NY Grades vf+

1929 $10 National Currency The Federal Reserve Bank OF New York, NY Grades vf+

Lot #10524 (Sale Order 35 of 389)

1929 $10 National Currency The Federal Reserve Bank OF New York, NY Grades vf+. The 1929 Ten dollar bill national currency original series note was issued from 1929 to 1935. These notes depict Alexander Hamilton on the front and the Treasury Building on the back.

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1911-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg+ 1911-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg+

1911-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg+

Lot #10526 (Sale Order 36 of 389)

1911-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Grades vg+.

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Proof 1999-P Dolly Madison Modern Commem Dollar $1 Graded pr69 dcam By SEGS Proof 1999-P Dolly Madison Modern Commem Dollar $1 Graded pr69 dcam By SEGS

Proof 1999-P Dolly Madison Modern Commem Dollar $1 Graded pr69 dcam By SEGS

Lot #10527 (Sale Order 37 of 389)

1999-P Dolly Madison Modern Commem Dollar $1 Graded pr69 dcam By SEGS. 0

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1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10528 (Sale Order 38 of 389)

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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1805 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag 1805 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag

1805 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag

Lot #10529 (Sale Order 39 of 389)

1805 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag.

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1934-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades vf+ 1934-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades vf+

1934-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades vf+

Lot #10530 (Sale Order 40 of 389)

1934-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades vf+.

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1974-s Silver 1974-s Silver

1974-s Silver "Brown Ike" In Original Box

Lot #10531 (Sale Order 41 of 389)

1974-s Silver "Brown Ike" In Original Box.

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1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU 1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU

1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU

Lot #10532 (Sale Order 42 of 389)

1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU. 1953 red print two dollar bills can be broke up into four different types by signature combination; 1953 – Ivy Baker 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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1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10533 (Sale Order 43 of 389)

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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Proof 1879-Dated Great Britain Victoria Fantasy/Retro Issue St George X# 83 Grades GEM+ Proof Proof 1879-Dated Great Britain Victoria Fantasy/Retro Issue St George X# 83 Grades GEM+ Proof

Proof 1879-Dated Great Britain Victoria Fantasy/Retro Issue St George X# 83 Grades GEM+ Proof

Lot #10534 (Sale Order 44 of 389)

1879-Dated Great Britain Victoria Fantasy/Retro Issue St George X# 83 Grades GEM+ Proof. Spink & Sons Commissioned, Made by INA. The Obverse of Queen Victoria is based off of the "Penny Black Stamp" And The Reverse Is St George Fighting A Dragon Which Is A Motif Popularized On Many Coins Through Out History

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1944 Germany Allied Military Payment Certificate 100 Mark Grades Select AU 1944 Germany Allied Military Payment Certificate 100 Mark Grades Select AU

1944 Germany Allied Military Payment Certificate 100 Mark Grades Select AU

Lot #10536 (Sale Order 45 of 389)

1944 Germany Allied Military Payment Certificate 100 Mark Grades Select AU.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

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***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS.

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Proof 1980-s Kennedy Half Dollar 50c Graded  pr70 dcam By TDCS Proof 1980-s Kennedy Half Dollar 50c Graded  pr70 dcam By TDCS

Proof 1980-s Kennedy Half Dollar 50c Graded pr70 dcam By TDCS

Lot #10539 (Sale Order 47 of 389)

1980-s Kennedy Half Dollar 50c Graded pr70 dcam By TDCS.

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2008 100 Trillion Reserve Bank Of Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Note Grades CU 2008 100 Trillion Reserve Bank Of Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Note Grades CU

2008 100 Trillion Reserve Bank Of Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Note Grades CU

Lot #10540 (Sale Order 48 of 389)

2008 100 Trillion Reserve Bank Of Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Note Grades CU. During the years of 2008 and 2009, The inflation rate of the Zimbabwe Dollar Grew to 250,000,000% at its peak. This was later linked to the Central Bank uncontrollably printing money and the global economic crisis and the time.

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1962 Israel 1/2 Lira KM# 31 Grades Choice Unc 1962 Israel 1/2 Lira KM# 31 Grades Choice Unc

1962 Israel 1/2 Lira KM# 31 Grades Choice Unc

Lot #10542 (Sale Order 49 of 389)

1962 Israel 1/2 Lira KM# 31 Grades Choice Unc.

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1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++ 1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++

1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++

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1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++.

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1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++ 1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++

1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++

Lot #10544 (Sale Order 51 of 389)

1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++. FR-2305 out of 65 Million Hawaii Notes Printed Only about 16% were $20 Hawaii's. It was the darkest days of World War II, just after Pearl Harbor. Everybody in Hawaii was sitting on pins and needles. Were the Japanese preparing a massive invasion of the islands? If they did invade, they could use the millions of dollars in currency on the islands to buy war material. To thwart this, these $20 Federal Reserve Notes were sent to the islands. Each has a large HAWAII printed on the reverse. If the Japanese did invade, the currency would be demonetized. After the threat passed, most of these "Hawaii" Notes were destroyed. Today they're hard to find.

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1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL

1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL

Lot #10545 (Sale Order 52 of 389)

1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL.

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1993-S Jefferson Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1 1993-S Jefferson Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1

1993-S Jefferson Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1

Lot #10546 (Sale Order 53 of 389)

1993-S Jefferson Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1.

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1900 Lafayette Lafayette Dollar $1 Grades AU Details 1900 Lafayette Lafayette Dollar $1 Grades AU Details

1900 Lafayette Lafayette Dollar $1 Grades AU Details

Lot #10547 (Sale Order 54 of 389)

1900 Lafayette Lafayette Dollar $1 Grades AU Details. Struck to Commemorate General Lafayette and Help Cover the Costs of a Statue given by the 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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1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-1245 Washington In Oval Grades Choice AU/BU Slider 1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-1245 Washington In Oval Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-1245 Washington In Oval Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10548 (Sale Order 55 of 389)

1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-1245 Washington In Oval Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. 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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1840 Sm Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf details 1840 Sm Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf details

1840 Sm Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf details

Lot #10549 (Sale Order 56 of 389)

1840 Sm Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf details.

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1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10550 (Sale Order 57 of 389)

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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1995 2-Coin Civil War Battlefield Proof Set Silver Dollar $1 & Half Dollar 50c (w/Box & COA) 1995 2-Coin Civil War Battlefield Proof Set Silver Dollar $1 & Half Dollar 50c (w/Box & COA)

1995 2-Coin Civil War Battlefield Proof Set Silver Dollar $1 & Half Dollar 50c (w/Box & COA)

Lot #10551 (Sale Order 58 of 389)

1995 2-Coin Civil War Battlefield Proof Set Silver Dollar $1 & Half Dollar 50c (w/Box & COA). This 2-coin set honors the brave soldiers who served in the Civil War.Set Highlights: The dollar contains .7734 oz of Silver. The half dollar contains Copper/Nickel bonded to an inner core of pure Copper. Comes in U.S. Mint box and with a certificate of authenticity. Obverse: The Silver dollar features a soldier offering a canteen to another wounded solider. On the half dollar is an image of a standing drummer boy. Reverse: Shown on the Silver dollar is a landscape in Gettysburg and a quote from Joshua Chamberlain, who fought in the battle and the half dollar features a cannon against a battlefield landscape.

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1953A $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU 1953A $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU

1953A $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU

Lot #10552 (Sale Order 59 of 389)

1953A $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select CU. 1953 red print two dollar bills can be broke up into four different types by signature combination; 1953 – Ivy Baker 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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1830 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vg+ 1830 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vg+

1830 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vg+

Lot #10554 (Sale Order 60 of 389)

1830 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vg+.

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1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL

Lot #10555 (Sale Order 61 of 389)

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL.

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1900 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RD 1900 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RD

1900 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RD

Lot #10557 (Sale Order 62 of 389)

1900 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RD.

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Scarce Copy 1935 Hudson Commem 50c Proof Grades Brilliant Uncirculated Scarce Copy 1935 Hudson Commem 50c Proof Grades Brilliant Uncirculated

Scarce Copy 1935 Hudson Commem 50c Proof Grades Brilliant Uncirculated

Lot #10558 (Sale Order 63 of 389)

Scarce Copy 1935 Hudson Commem 50c Proof Grades Brilliant Uncirculated

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1987 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set 1987 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set

1987 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set

Lot #10559 (Sale Order 64 of 389)

1987 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set. This wonderful six-piece set includes all of the proof issue coins of 1987 as well as a commemorative U.S. Constitution Silver dollar in the original U.S. Mint presentation case.Product Highlights: Commemorative dollar is struck in 90% Silver, with .7734 oz of actual Silver weight. Each Prestige Set will come in its original box, and include a certificate of authenticity. Set includes a proof example of the following coins: Lincoln Cent, Jefferson Nickel, Roosevelt Dime, Washington Quarter, Kennedy Half Dollar and a commemorative U.S. Constitution proof Silver dollar. mirrorlike Proof finish adds further beauty with an impressive shine.This set makes a great gift for a family member or friend, and an attractive addition to any collection of proof sets or modern commemoratives.

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1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10560 (Sale Order 65 of 389)

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1936-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc 1936-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc

1936-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc

Lot #10562 (Sale Order 66 of 389)

1936-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc.

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1869 Ind. Order of Odd Fellows 50th Anniversary Philadelphia Medallion 1869 Ind. Order of Odd Fellows 50th Anniversary Philadelphia Medallion

1869 Ind. Order of Odd Fellows 50th Anniversary Philadelphia Medallion

Lot #10563 (Sale Order 67 of 389)

1869 Ind. Order of Odd Fellows 50th Anniversary Philadelphia Medallion.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1922 $10 Large Size Gold Certificate Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White (f ***Auction Highlight*** 1922 $10 Large Size Gold Certificate Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White (f

***Auction Highlight*** 1922 $10 Large Size Gold Certificate Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White (f

Lot #10564 (Sale Order 68 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1922 $10 Large Size Gold Certificate Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White (fc). FR-1173 It is hard to believe that large size ten dollar gold certificates were only issued in 1907 and 1922. The United States first printed gold certificates in the early 1860s. For some reason they never printed the ten dollar denomination until 1907. 1922 was the last year of the large size gold Certificate Currnecy. In 1928 paper money was changed to the size we are accustomed to seeing today. The portrait of Alexander Hamilton was used instead of the virtually unknown Michael Hillegas. Hillegas was the first treasurer of The United States. Perhaps if Hillegas had died in a duel then he would be better remembered today. All 1922 $10 gold certificates were signed by Speelman and White. Interestingly enough, there is a small variety for the series. Some notes have smaller serial numbers than the standard numbers. The small serial number notes do command a slight premium, especially in higher grades.

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1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc 1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

Lot #10565 (Sale Order 69 of 389)

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.

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1964 Canada Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc 1964 Canada Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

1964 Canada Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc

Lot #10566 (Sale Order 70 of 389)

1964 Canada Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.

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1810 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details 1810 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details

1810 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details

Lot #10569 (Sale Order 71 of 389)

1810 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg details.

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1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

Lot #10570 (Sale Order 72 of 389)

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

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1991 Korean War Commemorative Proof Silver Dollar With Original Mint Box and COA 1991 Korean War Commemorative Proof Silver Dollar With Original Mint Box and COA

1991 Korean War Commemorative Proof Silver Dollar With Original Mint Box and COA

Lot #10571 (Sale Order 73 of 389)

1991 Korean War Commemorative Proof Silver Dollar With Original Mint Box and COA.

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**Star Note** 1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider **Star Note** 1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

**Star Note** 1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10572 (Sale Order 74 of 389)

**Star Note** 1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. FR-1621* Granahan-Dilon When notes are discovered that have been printed incorrectly (such as having the serial numbers upside down, etc.) the misprinted "error notes" are replaced with star notes because no two bills within a certain series can be produced with the same serial number. They are used to maintain a correct count of notes in a serial number run. By their nature, star notes are more scarce than notes with standard serial numbers and as such are widely collected by numismatists. Some of the highest prices paid for modern (post-1928) U.S. banknotes have been for star notes . Silver Certificates were redeemable in Silver. One of their most distinctive qualities is the blue Treasury seal and serial numbers. These notes include an additional legend printed on the face that is not present on any other Federal Reserve notes. The legend states that Silver had been deposited in the Treasury and was payable on demand to the note’s bearer.

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1935-s Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved 1935-s Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved

1935-s Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved

Lot #10574 (Sale Order 75 of 389)

1935-s Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10575 (Sale Order 76 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Key Date's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin

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1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf+ 1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf+

1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf+

Lot #10576 (Sale Order 77 of 389)

1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf+. FR-2300 Signatures of Julian & Morgenthau WWII Emergency Currency. It was the darkest days of World War II, just after Pearl Harbor. Everybody in Hawaii was sitting on pins and needles. Were the Japanese preparing a massive invasion of the islands? If they did invade, they could use the millions of dollars in currency on the islands to buy war material. To thwart this, these $1 Federal Reserve Notes were sent to the islands. Each has a large HAWAII printed on the reverse. If the Japanese did invade, the currency would be demonetized. After the threat passed, most of these "Hawaii" Notes were destroyed. Today they're hard to find.

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1821 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades f details 1821 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades f details

1821 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades f details

Lot #10577 (Sale Order 78 of 389)

1821 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades f details.

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Group of 4x Buffalo Nickels 3x 1935-p, 1x 1935-s Group of 4x Buffalo Nickels 3x 1935-p, 1x 1935-s

Group of 4x Buffalo Nickels 3x 1935-p, 1x 1935-s

Lot #10578 (Sale Order 79 of 389)

Group of 4x Buffalo Nickels 3x 1935-p, 1x 1935-s.

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1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10580 (Sale Order 80 of 389)

1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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1832 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+ 1832 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+

1832 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+

Lot #10581 (Sale Order 81 of 389)

1832 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+.

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1992-W Proof White House With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1 1992-W Proof White House With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1

1992-W Proof White House With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1

Lot #10582 (Sale Order 82 of 389)

1992-W Proof White House With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1.

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1974 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?44 1974 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?44

1974 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?44

Lot #10583 (Sale Order 83 of 389)

1974 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?44.

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1902-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1902-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1902-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10584 (Sale Order 84 of 389)

1902-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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1934-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades AU Details 1934-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades AU Details

1934-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades AU Details

Lot #10586 (Sale Order 85 of 389)

1934-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades AU Details.

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1983 Vintage Souvenir Del Vaticano 5pc Pope Medal Set 1983 Vintage Souvenir Del Vaticano 5pc Pope Medal Set

1983 Vintage Souvenir Del Vaticano 5pc Pope Medal Set

Lot #10587 (Sale Order 86 of 389)

1983 Vintage Souvenir Del Vaticano 5pc Pope Medal Set.

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1953 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU 1953 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU

1953 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU

Lot #10588 (Sale Order 87 of 389)

1953 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU. FR-1532 1953 red seal five dollar bills come in four different varieties. Each 1953 five dollar red seal bill has serial number written in red ink. There is a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. All 1953 red seals were printed in Washington DC and feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the center of the bill. You can also find the following wording on each bill, “United States Note, The United States of America, This Note Is A Legal Tender At Its Face Value For All Debts Public And Private, Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars”

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1891-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades xf 1891-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades xf

1891-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades xf

Lot #10589 (Sale Order 88 of 389)

1891-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades xf.

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Proof 1974B India 50 Rupees Silver Proof KM# 255 Grades GEM++ Proof Deep Cameo Proof 1974B India 50 Rupees Silver Proof KM# 255 Grades GEM++ Proof Deep Cameo

Proof 1974B India 50 Rupees Silver Proof KM# 255 Grades GEM++ Proof Deep Cameo

Lot #10590 (Sale Order 89 of 389)

1974B India 50 Rupees Silver Proof KM# 255 Grades GEM++ Proof Deep Cameo.

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1875 US Fractional Currency 10c Fifth Issue fr-1266 Short Key william m meredith Grades Select AU 1875 US Fractional Currency 10c Fifth Issue fr-1266 Short Key william m meredith Grades Select AU

1875 US Fractional Currency 10c Fifth Issue fr-1266 Short Key william m meredith Grades Select AU

Lot #10592 (Sale Order 90 of 389)

1875 US Fractional Currency 10c Fifth Issue fr-1266 Short Key william m meredith Grades Select AU. William Morris Meredith was an American lawyer and politician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He served as the United States Secretary of the Treasury, during President Zachary Taylor's Administration 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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1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10594 (Sale Order 91 of 389)

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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1959 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins 1959 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins

1959 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins

Lot #10595 (Sale Order 92 of 389)

1959 United States Silver Proof Set 5 Coins. Proof Set sales in 1959 reversed the downward trend of the previous year, and jumped to a healthy 1,149,291 sets. Much of the reason for the increase can be attributed to the appearance of the new "Memorial" design on the reverse of the Lincoln Cent.Each set contained five coins: One example each of the Lincoln Cent, Jefferson Nickel, Roosevelt Dime, Washington Quarter, and Benjamin Franklin Half Dollar.Mintage: 1,149,291 setsAbout the sets: 1959 Proof Coins are found with Brilliant, Cameo and Deep Cameo surfaces. Brilliant Proofs are the most common; Cameo Proofs of any denomination are scarce, but Deep Cameo Proofs remain extremely rare. The Half Dollar is the most difficult to locate in Deep Cameo Proof, followed by the Nickel.Look for the rare Proof 1959 Doubled Die Obverse Quarter with doubling of the letters on "IN GOD WE TRUST". Beware of buying unopened 1959 Proof Sets. "Sealed" Sets are likely to contain substituted coins (and even non-coins). Flat packs should be examined for small tears or cracks in the pliofilm. Even a hole the size of a pin can let in oxygen or moisture, both of which will react chemically with the metal of a coin, causing unsightly spots.Original packaging: Each coin was sealed in its own compartment between two sheets of flat pliofilm. An octagonal foil seal imprinted with "US MINT PHILADELPHIA" was placed in a sixth compartment, and the flat pack was then inserted into a mailing envelope with a card.

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1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider 1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10596 (Sale Order 93 of 389)

1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. 1963 Legal Tender (United States Note). 1963 marks the last year that red seals were printed on two dollar bills. This is also the last year that Monticello was used on the back of two dollar bills. All two dollar bills from 1963 have a red seal on the right hand side of the bank note.

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1825 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good 1825 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good

1825 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good

Lot #10597 (Sale Order 94 of 389)

1825 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good.

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1916-d Barber Quarter 25c Grades xf details 1916-d Barber Quarter 25c Grades xf details

1916-d Barber Quarter 25c Grades xf details

Lot #10598 (Sale Order 95 of 389)

1916-d Barber Quarter 25c Grades xf details. Final year of issue of the Barber series.

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1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10599 (Sale Order 96 of 389)

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf 1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf

1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf

Lot #10600 (Sale Order 97 of 389)

1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf. Fr-1536 Each 1963 five dollar red seal bill has serial number written in red ink. There is a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. All 1963 red seals were printed in Washington DC and feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the center of the bill. You can also find the following wording on each bill, “United States Note, The United States of America, This Note Is A Legal Tender At Its Face Value For All Debts Public And Private, Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars”

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1865 Plain 5 Two Cent Piece 2c Grades AU Details 1865 Plain 5 Two Cent Piece 2c Grades AU Details

1865 Plain 5 Two Cent Piece 2c Grades AU Details

Lot #10601 (Sale Order 98 of 389)

1865 Plain 5 Two Cent Piece 2c Grades AU Details.

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1959 Canada $1 Silver KM#?54 Grades Choice Unc 1959 Canada $1 Silver KM#?54 Grades Choice Unc

1959 Canada $1 Silver KM#?54 Grades Choice Unc

Lot #10602 (Sale Order 99 of 389)

1959 Canada $1 Silver KM#?54 Grades Choice Unc.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10604 (Sale Order 100 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Key Date'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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1891 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc BN 1891 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc BN

1891 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc BN

Lot #10605 (Sale Order 101 of 389)

1891 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc BN.

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1935-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc 1935-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc

1935-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc

Lot #10606 (Sale Order 102 of 389)

1935-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc.

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Group of 2 United States Proof Sets 1968-1969 10 coins Group of 2 United States Proof Sets 1968-1969 10 coins

Group of 2 United States Proof Sets 1968-1969 10 coins

Lot #10607 (Sale Order 103 of 389)

Group of 2 United States Proof Sets 1968-1969 10 coins. Group of 2 United States Proof Sets From 1968 and 1969. Each Set contains 5 Proof Coins Including the 40% Silver Kennedy Half Dollar. the 90% SIlver Kennedy Half, Washington Quarter, Roosevelt Dime, Jefferson Nickel, and Lincoln Cent. Each coin was struck at the San Francisco Mint and carried the “S” mint mark. The five coins were placed in a rigid plastic holder with the coins held in place by a black plastic insert. The holder was placed into a blue cardboard box. Some coins may be encountered with a cameo or deep cameo finish.

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1838 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades xf details 1838 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades xf details

1838 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades xf details

Lot #10609 (Sale Order 104 of 389)

1838 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades xf details.

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1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10610 (Sale Order 105 of 389)

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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SEALED 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set 8 Coins SEALED 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set 8 Coins

SEALED 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set 8 Coins

Lot #10611 (Sale Order 106 of 389)

SEALED 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set 8 Coins. The 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set is the first of the series that salutes past presidents of the US. In 2007, the US Mint began the Presidential Dollar series, featuring a president in an honorary portrait. Each president has his name engraved into the coin with their term dates as well. Similar to the Sacagawea Dollar metal content, the Presidential Dollars contain a copper core with a manganese brass coating, lending to the unique golden hue. Nowadays, the Presidential Dollars are sold by the roll, instead of individual coins due to the extremely low premium. The reverse features a proof-like picture of the Statue of Liberty, along with the coin's monetary value of $1. Learning from past experiences, the US Mint decided to keep a tight rope on the Presidential Dollar production and minted limited amounts for each year. The 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set is rarely seen on the market, since it is the inaugural year for the dollars, and never stays in our inventory for long.The 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set features the four Presidential Dollars that were first minted in 2007. These presidents include the legendary George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. Each dollar can be easily popped out if using for a set. Both the Philadelphia and Denver mints are represented on these coins, allowing for an 8-coin set. The 2007 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set includes a patriotic folder, with a brief biography on each president, next to their dollar. This set begins the larger collection, helping collectors obtain these beauties without having to invest in an entire roll for just one coin. This collection is ideal for beginner collectors, history lovers, or anyone looking to have a fun and easy collection to look forward to.

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1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Gem++ CU 1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Gem++ CU

1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Gem++ CU

Lot #10612 (Sale Order 107 of 389)

1957B $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Gem++ CU. FR-1621 Granahan-Dilon Silver Certificates were redeemable in Silver. One of their most distinctive qualities is the blue Treasury seal and serial numbers. These notes include an additional legend printed on the face that is not present on any other Federal Reserve notes. The legend states that Silver had been deposited in the Treasury and was payable on demand to the note’s bearer.

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1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf+ 1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf+

1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf+

Lot #10613 (Sale Order 108 of 389)

1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf+.

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1920-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Unc Details 1920-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Unc Details

1920-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Unc Details

Lot #10614 (Sale Order 109 of 389)

1920-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Unc Details.

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

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

Lot #10615 (Sale Order 110 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1889 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll. Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends In an Steel-Strong wrapper. Weighs Perfectly as a Uncirculated Roll.

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1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10616 (Sale Order 111 of 389)

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1819 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf++ 1819 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf++

1819 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf++

Lot #10618 (Sale Order 112 of 389)

1819 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf++.

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Partial 1898-1974 Liberty / Buffalo / Jefferson 5c President Book, 77 Coins Total Partial 1898-1974 Liberty / Buffalo / Jefferson 5c President Book, 77 Coins Total

Partial 1898-1974 Liberty / Buffalo / Jefferson 5c President Book, 77 Coins Total

Lot #10619 (Sale Order 113 of 389)

Partial 1898-1974 Liberty / Buffalo / Jefferson 5c President Book, 77 Coins Total.

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1917 $1 Large Size Legal Tender Note Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White 1917 $1 Large Size Legal Tender Note Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White

1917 $1 Large Size Legal Tender Note Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White

Lot #10620 (Sale Order 114 of 389)

1917 $1 Large Size Legal Tender Note Grades vf+ Signatures Speelman/White. FR-39 This 1917 $1 note is the last large-sized legal tender bank note ever issued. It's referred to as a "Horseblanket Note," due to their large size. The obverse features Washington and a vignette of Columbus sighting America. The reverse shows a "sawhorse" design. Add in the bright red seal and serial numbers and you've got a miniature work of art.

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1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10621 (Sale Order 115 of 389)

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1834 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf+ 1834 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf+

1834 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf+

Lot #10622 (Sale Order 116 of 389)

1834 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf+.

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1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Gem CU 1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Gem CU

1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Gem CU

Lot #10624 (Sale Order 117 of 389)

1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Gem CU. 1963 Legal Tender (United States Note). 1963 marks the last year that red seals were printed on two dollar bills. This is also the last year that Monticello was used on the back of two dollar bills. All two dollar bills from 1963 have a red seal on the right hand side of the bank note.

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1863 Indian Cent 1c Grades xf+ 1863 Indian Cent 1c Grades xf+

1863 Indian Cent 1c Grades xf+

Lot #10625 (Sale Order 118 of 389)

1863 Indian Cent 1c Grades xf+.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10626 (Sale Order 119 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS.

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2011 United States Mint Silver Proof Set - 14 pc set, about 1 1/2 ounces of pure silver 2011 United States Mint Silver Proof Set - 14 pc set, about 1 1/2 ounces of pure silver

2011 United States Mint Silver Proof Set - 14 pc set, about 1 1/2 ounces of pure silver

Lot #10627 (Sale Order 120 of 389)

2011 United States Mint Silver Proof Set - 14 pc set, about 1 1/2 ounces of pure silver. The Set contains 5 90% Silver Proof Quarters, a 90% Silver Proof Half Dollar, a 90% Silver Proof Dime, 4 Proof Presidential Dollars, as well as 3 additional Proof coins Including the Sacagawea Proof Dollar coin. Complete with Original Packaging and COA. Note* The set contains over 1.4 Ounces of Pure Silver.

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1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf+ 1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf+

1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf+

Lot #10628 (Sale Order 121 of 389)

1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf+. FR-1656 Five dollar silver certificates were first issued in 1886. The series ended in 1953 with the Lincoln blue seals. The 1953 $5 silver certificate looks very similar to the earlier 1934 issues except that the “5” on the left hand side of the note is in blue, and the seal on the right hand side is smaller. All 1953 blue seal silver certificates feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. There is a blue seal on the right hand side of the bill. The serial number is also in blue writing. No 1953 five dollar silver certificate says In God We Trust. The following writing is on each note: “Silver Certificate This Certifies That There Is On Deposit In The Treasury Of The United States Of America Five Dollars In Silver Payable To The Bearer On Demand” “This Certificate Is Legal Tender For All Debts Public And Private” All 1953 blue seals were printed in Washington DC.

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1798 2nd Hair Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g, good 1798 2nd Hair Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g, good

1798 2nd Hair Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g, good

Lot #10629 (Sale Order 122 of 389)

1798 2nd Hair Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades g, good.

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1835 Capped Bust Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades vf details 1835 Capped Bust Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades vf details

1835 Capped Bust Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades vf details

Lot #10630 (Sale Order 123 of 389)

1835 Capped Bust Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades vf details.

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1899-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades f+ 1899-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades f+

1899-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades f+

Lot #10631 (Sale Order 124 of 389)

1899-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades f+.

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1936-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Unc 1936-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Unc

1936-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Unc

Lot #10634 (Sale Order 125 of 389)

1936-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select+ Unc.

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251-253 AD Ancient Rome Trebonianus Gallus Antoninianus Graded au55 By ICG 251-253 AD Ancient Rome Trebonianus Gallus Antoninianus Graded au55 By ICG

251-253 AD Ancient Rome Trebonianus Gallus Antoninianus Graded au55 By ICG

Lot #10635 (Sale Order 126 of 389)

251-253 AD Ancient Rome Trebonianus Gallus Antoninianus Graded au55 By ICG. Gaius Vibius Trebonianus Gallus (c. 206 – August 253) was Roman emperor from June 251 to August 253, in a joint rule with his son Volusianus. Like his predecessors, Gallus did not have an easy reign. In the East, an Antiochene nobleman, Mariades, revolted and began ravaging Syria and Cappadocia, then fled to the Persians. Persian Emperor Shapur I invaded Armenia and destroyed a large Roman army, taking it by surprise at Barbalissos in 253. Shapur I then invaded the defenseless Syrian provinces, capturing all of their legionary posts and ravaging their cities, including Antioch, without any response. On the Danube, Scythian tribes were once again on the loose, despite the peace treaty signed in 251. They invaded Asia Minor by sea, burned the great Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, and returned home with plunder. Lower Moesia was also invaded in early 253. Since the army was no longer pleased with the Emperor, the soldiers proclaimed Aemilian emperor. Gallus and Volusian were killed in August 253, possibly by their own troops.

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1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10636 (Sale Order 127 of 389)

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10638 (Sale Order 128 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Key Date's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin

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1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871 1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871

Lot #10640 (Sale Order 129 of 389)

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL Grades vf++ FR-871. Despite having 1913 written on them, these are actually from the series of 1914, as it says on the right and left hands side of each note. An engraved portrait of President Abarham Lincoln is on the note's face and the back features two vignettes titled Columbus's Discovery of Land and The Landing of the Pilgrims

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1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

Lot #10641 (Sale Order 130 of 389)

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL.

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1913-p Ty I Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc 1913-p Ty I Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc

1913-p Ty I Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc

Lot #10642 (Sale Order 131 of 389)

1913-p Ty I Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Select Unc.

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Complete 1938-1964 Jefferson 5c Whitman Book, 71 Coins Total Includes Full Silver War Nickel Set Complete 1938-1964 Jefferson 5c Whitman Book, 71 Coins Total Includes Full Silver War Nickel Set

Complete 1938-1964 Jefferson 5c Whitman Book, 71 Coins Total Includes Full Silver War Nickel Set

Lot #10643 (Sale Order 132 of 389)

Complete 1938-1964 Jefferson 5c Whitman Book, 71 Coins Total Includes Full Silver War Nickel Set. Has Not Been Checked For Full Steps

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**Star Note** 1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider **Star Note** 1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

**Star Note** 1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10644 (Sale Order 133 of 389)

**Star Note** 1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. 1963 Legal Tender (United States Note). 1963 marks the last year that red seals were printed on two dollar bills. This is also the last year that Monticello was used on the back of two dollar bills. All two dollar bills from 1963 have a red seal on the right hand side of the bank note.

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1846 Med Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf details 1846 Med Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf details

1846 Med Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf details

Lot #10645 (Sale Order 134 of 389)

1846 Med Date Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades xf details.

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1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10646 (Sale Order 135 of 389)

1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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1864 $20 Confederate Note, T-67 Grades vf+ 1864 $20 Confederate Note, T-67 Grades vf+

1864 $20 Confederate Note, T-67 Grades vf+

Lot #10648 (Sale Order 136 of 389)

1864 $20 Confederate Note, T-67 Grades vf+. The legacy of the Civil War lives on! Issued over a century ago, these amazing 1864 $20 notes in Circulated condition are from the seventh and last issue of Confederate currency. Measuring approximately 7" x 3", each displays the state capital of Nashville, Tennessee and a portrait of Confederate vice president A.H. Stephens on the face.

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Group of 3x Proof Sacagawea Dollars 2002-2004 Group of 3x Proof Sacagawea Dollars 2002-2004

Group of 3x Proof Sacagawea Dollars 2002-2004

Lot #10650 (Sale Order 137 of 389)

Group of 3x Proof Sacagawea Dollars 2002-2004.

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1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL 1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL

1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL

Lot #10651 (Sale Order 138 of 389)

1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL.

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1928A 1928A

1928A "Funnyback" $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select AU

Lot #10652 (Sale Order 139 of 389)

1928A "Funnyback" $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Select AU. FR-1600 Signatures Tate-Mellon These were the first notes to be called funnybacks. The reason they are called funnybacks is because of the unique design on the back of the bill. The word 'one' is printed in a "funny" font that is quite different from anything ever printed on a bill. This nickname is not exclusive to the 1928 series, as the 1934 one dollar silver certificate bills have the same back design so they are also known as funnybacks. Issued for less than a year, from April 1928 to January 1929, this $1 note was among the first small-size Silver Certificates. Although its face displays the sought-after blue seal marking it as a Silver Certificate, the back is what makes it so popular! The light green border and large, green ornamental ONE do not match the contemporary black-and-white face, leading to its nickname "Funnyback." Still considered legal tender though no longer payable in silver, this note is in great demand for its historical significance and unique design. With blue seal and serial numbers.

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1991-S USO Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1 1991-S USO Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1

1991-S USO Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1

Lot #10654 (Sale Order 140 of 389)

1991-S USO Proof With Box & COA Modern Commem Dollar $1.

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1995 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set With Box & COA 1995 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set With Box & COA

1995 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set With Box & COA

Lot #10655 (Sale Order 141 of 389)

1995 United States Mint Prestige Proof Set With Box & COA. 1995 Prestige Sets consist of proof version coins of the five U.S. circulating coins, along with commemoratives from the year of issue. As they are made specifically for collectors, Prestige Sets are highly valued for their beauty and rarity. Each Prestige Set comes with a certificate of authenticity and is encased in a stunning holder. This beautiful album opens like a book to handsomely display the eye-catching allure of each coin. This set includes 7 coins: * (1) Lincoln cent * (1) Jefferson nickel * (1) Roosevelt dime * (1) Washington quarter * (1) Kennedy half-dollar * (1) Half-dollar Civil War Battlefields (1) Silver Dollar Civil War Battlefields Commemorative struck in 90% silver. All coins were struck at the San Francisco Mint.

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1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++ 1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++

1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++

Lot #10656 (Sale Order 142 of 389)

1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades vf++.

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NGC 2014-P 5oz Silver 25c Arches Graded sp70 By NGC NGC 2014-P 5oz Silver 25c Arches Graded sp70 By NGC

NGC 2014-P 5oz Silver 25c Arches Graded sp70 By NGC

Lot #10659 (Sale Order 143 of 389)

NGC 2014-P 5oz Silver 25c Arches Graded sp70 By NGC.

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1934A $10 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++ 1934A $10 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++

1934A $10 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++

Lot #10660 (Sale Order 144 of 389)

1934A $10 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++. FR-2309 Signatures of Julian & Morgenthau. It was the darkest days of World War II, just after Pearl Harbor. Were the Nazis under Field Marshall Rommel preparing a massive push through North Africa? If they did, and succedded, they could use the millions of dollars in currency the seized to buy war material. To thwart this, these Silver Certificates were sent to North Africa. Each has a yellow seal on the front. If the Nazis did succeed to over run our expeditiary force, the currency would be demonetized. After the threat passed, most of these "North Africa" Notes were destroyed. Today they're hard to find.

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1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10661 (Sale Order 145 of 389)

1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades Choice AU 1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades Choice AU

1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades Choice AU

Lot #10662 (Sale Order 146 of 389)

1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades Choice AU. Of great historical interest this is the last $10 currency notes issued by the Confederate States of America.  The 7th and last issue of Confederate notes. Notes hand signed and numbered by Confederate soldiers and families. Printed and issued over 140 years ago during the Civil War. Depicts Confederate cabinet member Robert M. T. Hunter and features a detailed vignette of horse-drawn artillery. This large 7" x 3" Confederate $10 note is a genuine keepsake from one of the most significant periods in American history.

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1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU 1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU

1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU

Lot #10664 (Sale Order 147 of 389)

1934A $20 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU. FR-2305 out of 65 Million Hawaii Notes Printed Only about 16% were $20 Hawaii's. It was the darkest days of World War II, just after Pearl Harbor. Everybody in Hawaii was sitting on pins and needles. Were the Japanese preparing a massive invasion of the islands? If they did invade, they could use the millions of dollars in currency on the islands to buy war material. To thwart this, these $20 Federal Reserve Notes were sent to the islands. Each has a large HAWAII printed on the reverse. If the Japanese did invade, the currency would be demonetized. After the threat passed, most of these "Hawaii" Notes were destroyed. Today they're hard to find.

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1823 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good 1823 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good

1823 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good

Lot #10665 (Sale Order 148 of 389)

1823 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good.

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1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

Lot #10666 (Sale Order 149 of 389)

1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL.

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1973 U.S. Mint Set Original Government Packaging 13 coins 1973 U.S. Mint Set Original Government Packaging 13 coins

1973 U.S. Mint Set Original Government Packaging 13 coins

Lot #10667 (Sale Order 150 of 389)

1973 U.S. Mint Set Original Government Packaging 13 coins. Contains both the entire Philadelphia and Denver Issues for 1973. In the original government packaging with the envelope.

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2007-2008 Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Third Dollar (ZWR) 100 Million Dollars Note  Grades Gem+ CU 2007-2008 Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Third Dollar (ZWR) 100 Million Dollars Note  Grades Gem+ CU

2007-2008 Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Third Dollar (ZWR) 100 Million Dollars Note Grades Gem+ CU

Lot #10668 (Sale Order 151 of 389)

2007-2008 Zimbabwe Hyperinflation Third Dollar (ZWR) 100 Million Dollars Note Grades Gem+ CU. Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe is an ongoing crisis. While yearly inflation was often measured in the hundreds of percentage points in the early 2000s, from 2007 to 2008 it was measured in the millions, and then trillions. The first Zimbabwean dollar (ZWD) was abandoned in 2005 and replaced with the second (ZWN). The second had to be abandoned again in August 2008, and its replacement currency (ZWR) became obsolete due to ongoing hyperinflation only 6 months later, resulting in a third replacement currency (ZWL). The ZWL was formally demonetised in 2015, and Zimbabwe generally relies on a variety of foreign currencies for local trade.

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1831 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+ 1831 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+

1831 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+

Lot #10669 (Sale Order 152 of 389)

1831 Lg Letters Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades vf+.

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1934 1934

1934 "Funnyback" $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades xf

Lot #10670 (Sale Order 153 of 389)

1934 "Funnyback" $1 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades xf. FR-1606 Series 1934, signatures Julian-Morgenthau. This note features the familiar portrait of George Washington that was used on all of our $1 bills through to today, and the back shows A large One Dollar and gives this note its name of a "Funny Back". This note does not have the familiar "In God We Trust" motto on the reverse, though, as that motto was not added until 1957.

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1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10671 (Sale Order 154 of 389)

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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**Star Note** 1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++ **Star Note** 1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++

**Star Note** 1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++

Lot #10672 (Sale Order 155 of 389)

**Star Note** 1963 $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++. FR-1536* Each 1963 five dollar red seal bill has serial number written in red ink. There is a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. All 1963 red seals were printed in Washington DC and feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the center of the bill. You can also find the following wording on each bill, “United States Note, The United States of America, This Note Is A Legal Tender At Its Face Value For All Debts Public And Private, Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars” When notes are discovered that have been printed incorrectly (such as having the serial numbers upside down, etc.) the misprinted "error notes" are replaced with star notes because no two bills within a certain series can be produced with the same serial number. They are used to maintain a correct count of notes in a serial number run. By their nature, star notes are more scarce than notes with standard serial numbers and as such are widely collected by numismatists. Some of the highest prices paid for modern (post-1928) U.S. banknotes have been for star notes. Each 1963 five dollar red seal bill has serial number written in red ink. There is a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. All 1963 red seals were printed in Washington DC and feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the center of the bill. You can also find the following wording on each bill, “United States Note, The United States of America, This Note Is A Legal Tender At Its Face Value For All Debts Public And Private, Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars”

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1859 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select AU 1859 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select AU

1859 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select AU

Lot #10673 (Sale Order 156 of 389)

1859 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select AU.

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1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf 1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf

1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf

Lot #10674 (Sale Order 157 of 389)

1963 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades xf. 1963 Legal Tender (United States Note). 1963 marks the last year that red seals were printed on two dollar bills. This is also the last year that Monticello was used on the back of two dollar bills. All two dollar bills from 1963 have a red seal on the right hand side of the bank note.

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1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc 1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10676 (Sale Order 158 of 389)

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1855 Braided Hair Half Cent 1/2c Grades Unc Details 1855 Braided Hair Half Cent 1/2c Grades Unc Details

1855 Braided Hair Half Cent 1/2c Grades Unc Details

Lot #10677 (Sale Order 159 of 389)

1855 Braided Hair Half Cent 1/2c Grades Unc Details. Per Ron Guth of PCGS : The Braided Hair half cents boast some of the lowest mintages of any U.S. coin types and are among the best values, as well. Every date in this type boasts a low mintage. By way of comparison, the mintage of the any Braided hair Half Cent is almost a fraction of the mintage of the 1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent (a far more valuable coin), making this an excellent value.

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1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

Lot #10678 (Sale Order 160 of 389)

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS.

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1972 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?38 1972 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?38

1972 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?38

Lot #10679 (Sale Order 161 of 389)

1972 New Zealand $1 In Original Jewel Case KM#?38.

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1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10681 (Sale Order 162 of 389)

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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1868 Shield Nickel 5c Grades Select AU 1868 Shield Nickel 5c Grades Select AU

1868 Shield Nickel 5c Grades Select AU

Lot #10682 (Sale Order 163 of 389)

1868 Shield Nickel 5c Grades Select AU.

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Ultra Rare! 1971 India Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 9 Coins Total TINY MINTAGE OF 4161 Ultra Rare! 1971 India Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 9 Coins Total TINY MINTAGE OF 4161

Ultra Rare! 1971 India Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 9 Coins Total TINY MINTAGE OF 4161

Lot #10683 (Sale Order 164 of 389)

Ultra Rare! 1971 India Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 9 Coins Total TINY MINTAGE OF 4161.

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**Star Note** 1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf++ **Star Note** 1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf++

**Star Note** 1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf++

Lot #10684 (Sale Order 165 of 389)

**Star Note** 1953A $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades vf++. FR-1656* Five dollar silver certificates were first issued in 1886. The series ended in 1953 with the Lincoln blue seals. The 1953 $5 silver certificate looks very similar to the earlier 1934 issues except that the “5” on the left hand side of the note is in blue, and the seal on the right hand side is smaller. All 1953 blue seal silver certificates feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. There is a blue seal on the right hand side of the bill. The serial number is also in blue writing. No 1953 five dollar silver certificate says In God We Trust. The following writing is on each note: “Silver Certificate This Certifies That There Is On Deposit In The Treasury Of The United States Of America Five Dollars In Silver Payable To The Bearer On Demand” “This Certificate Is Legal Tender For All Debts Public And Private” All 1953 blue seals were printed in Washington DC. When notes are discovered that have been printed incorrectly (such as having the serial numbers upside down, etc.) the misprinted "error notes" are replaced with star notes because no two bills within a certain series can be produced with the same serial number. They are used to maintain a correct count of notes in a serial number run. By their nature, star notes are more scarce than notes with standard serial numbers and as such are widely collected by numismatists. Some of the highest prices paid for modern (post-1928) U.S. banknotes have been for star notes.

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1851 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades AU, Almost Unc 1851 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades AU, Almost Unc

1851 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades AU, Almost Unc

Lot #10685 (Sale Order 166 of 389)

1851 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades AU, Almost Unc.

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1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10686 (Sale Order 167 of 389)

1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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1934A $10 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++ 1934A $10 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++

1934A $10 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++

Lot #10688 (Sale Order 168 of 389)

1934A $10 FRN Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades vf++. FR-2303 Out of about 65 Million Hawaii Notes Printed in all Denominations Only about 8% of them were $10 that makes the $10 Hawaii The Second lowest Mintaged Hawaii In the series. $10 Silver Certificate Hawaii, Signatures of Julian & Morgenthau. It was the darkest days of World War II, just after Pearl Harbor. Everybody in Hawaii was sitting on pins and needles. Were the Japanese preparing a massive invasion of the islands? If they did invade, they could use the millions of dollars in currency on the islands to buy war material. To thwart this, these $10 Federal Reserve Notes were sent to the islands. Each has a large HAWAII printed on the reverse. If the Japanese did invade, the currency would be demonetized. After the threat passed, most of these "Hawaii" Notes were destroyed. Today they're hard to find.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1884-o Morgan Dollar Near TOP POP! $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1884-o Morgan Dollar Near TOP POP! $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-o Morgan Dollar Near TOP POP! $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10690 (Sale Order 169 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-o Near TOP POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67 By SEGS. A Key Date'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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Virtually Complete Whitman 20th Century Coin Type Book, 28 Coins Total Missing Only Standing Liberty Virtually Complete Whitman 20th Century Coin Type Book, 28 Coins Total Missing Only Standing Liberty

Virtually Complete Whitman 20th Century Coin Type Book, 28 Coins Total Missing Only Standing Liberty

Lot #10691 (Sale Order 170 of 389)

Virtually Complete Whitman 20th Century Coin Type Book, 28 Coins Total Missing Only Standing Liberty 25c.

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**Star Note** 1953A $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++ **Star Note** 1953A $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++

**Star Note** 1953A $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++

Lot #10692 (Sale Order 171 of 389)

**Star Note** 1953A $5 Red Seal United States Note Grades vf++. FR-1533* 1953 red seal five dollar bills come in four different varieties. Each 1953 five dollar red seal bill has serial number written in red ink. There is a red seal on the right hand side of the bill. All 1953 red seals were printed in Washington DC and feature a portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the center of the bill. You can also find the following wording on each bill, “United States Note, The United States of America, This Note Is A Legal Tender At Its Face Value For All Debts Public And Private, Will Pay To The Bearer On Demand Five Dollars”

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1800 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag 1800 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag

1800 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag

Lot #10693 (Sale Order 172 of 389)

1800 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades ag.

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1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs 1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs

1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs

Lot #10694 (Sale Order 173 of 389)

1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs.

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1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10695 (Sale Order 174 of 389)

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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Civil War Era Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad $35 Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider Civil War Era Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad $35 Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Civil War Era Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad $35 Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10696 (Sale Order 175 of 389)

Civil War Era Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad $35 Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. One hundred and fifty years ago, in June 1863, the Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad was incorporated with the goal of forming a gateway to western markets for New England goods and of bringing coal from Pennsylvania into New England by way of Newburgh, New York, to Waterbury, Connecticut, and beyond. Its lofty goal disintegrated when it came under the control of “as ribald a bunch of crooks as railroad history has ever produced,” wrote D.W. McLaughlin in his article “Poughkeepsie Gateway,” for the October 1968 issue of the Bulletin of the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society. The railroad ran into a myriad of troubles, including the realization that building an east-west route across Connecticut would involve navigating the state’s ridge lines, the problem of aligning with the non-standard gauge of track on the Erie Railroad (the western line it would hook up with once the railroad cars crossed the Hudson River), and the lack of a bridge for which to travel over the river. That apparently did not stop the railroad’s promoters from selling stock in the line, which they proceeded to mercilessly raid and pillage. The legislature of the state of Massachusetts was persuaded to give $3,000,000 in grants, odd in that the bulk of the railroad didn’t actually travel in that state, as it went into Connecticut. By the time the graft caught up with all the players, in 1870, the railroad was in bankruptcy with a mere $10.00 left in its accounts, Massachusetts was out all of the money it invested, and very little actual railroad track was ever laid. The remaining assets were transferred to the receivers of the New York & New England Railroad, who rerouted the railroad line from New York City to Boston and eventually became part of the New Haven Railroad system.

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1952-p Franklin Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc FBL 1952-p Franklin Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc FBL

1952-p Franklin Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc FBL

Lot #10698 (Sale Order 176 of 389)

1952-p Franklin Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc FBL.

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1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10700 (Sale Order 177 of 389)

1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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1966 United States Special Mint Set 5 Coins No Outer Box 1966 United States Special Mint Set 5 Coins No Outer Box

1966 United States Special Mint Set 5 Coins No Outer Box

Lot #10703 (Sale Order 178 of 389)

1966 United States Special Mint Set 5 Coins No Outer Box. Because of a coin shortage during the mid-1960s, the U.S. Mint did not issue Proof Sets from 1965-1967. Instead, "Special Mint Sets" featuring extra high-quality Uncirculated coins were produced. Low mintage of only 2,261,583 Includes Kennedy half, Washington quarter, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel and Lincoln cent (plus U.S. Mint insignia round) Struck with specially polished dies Sealed in the U.S. Mint's original hard plastic holder Each set is handpicked by our experts for quality and eye appealWith no Proof Sets issued in 1966, this Special Mint Set contains the finest quality U.S. coins of that year

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1924 France 1 Franc Closed 4 KM# 876 Grades vf+ 1924 France 1 Franc Closed 4 KM# 876 Grades vf+

1924 France 1 Franc Closed 4 KM# 876 Grades vf+

Lot #10706 (Sale Order 179 of 389)

1924 France 1 Franc Closed 4 KM# 876 Grades vf+.

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1974 Nepal Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 7 Coins Total 1974 Nepal Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 7 Coins Total

1974 Nepal Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 7 Coins Total

Lot #10707 (Sale Order 180 of 389)

1974 Nepal Mint Proof Set in Original Packaging, 7 Coins Total.

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1864 $30 Confederate Note CSA Grades Choice AU/BU Slider 1864 $30 Confederate Note CSA Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1864 $30 Confederate Note CSA Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10708 (Sale Order 181 of 389)

1864 $30 Confederate Note CSA Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.

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1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10709 (Sale Order 182 of 389)

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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1930-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider 1930-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1930-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10710 (Sale Order 183 of 389)

1930-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.

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1907 1907

1907 "WoodChopper" $5 Large Size Legal Tender Note Grades vg, very good Signatures Elliott/White

Lot #10712 (Sale Order 184 of 389)

1907 "WoodChopper" $5 Large Size Legal Tender Note Grades vg, very good Signatures Elliott/White. FR-90 It is one of the most sought-after notes ever produced and now you can claim one for yourself! Nicknamed the "Woodchopper," the Series of 1907 $5 legal tender bill represents the last of the large size (or "horse-blanket" size) notes every issued in the United States. Bold red color defines the front of the coveted "Woodchopper" bill, across a Roman numeral "V," the treasury seal and the serial number. Then, what gives this $5 red treasury seal bill its namesake is a central portrait of a man with an axe, his dog, wife and child. The front also features a portrait of Andrew Jackson, which would later grace the $20 bill. Then, on the reverse side of this Andrew Jackson $5 bill is a central image design flanked by two ovals

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***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10713 (Sale Order 185 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS.

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1937-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc 1937-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc

1937-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc

Lot #10714 (Sale Order 186 of 389)

1937-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM+ Unc.

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1957 United States Uncirculated Coin Set, P/D Mints 10 Coins Total Nicely Toned 1957 United States Uncirculated Coin Set, P/D Mints 10 Coins Total Nicely Toned

1957 United States Uncirculated Coin Set, P/D Mints 10 Coins Total Nicely Toned

Lot #10715 (Sale Order 187 of 389)

1957 United States Uncirculated Coin Set, P/D Mints 10 Coins Total Nicely Toned.

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**Star Note** 1953C $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU **Star Note** 1953C $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU

**Star Note** 1953C $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU

Lot #10716 (Sale Order 188 of 389)

**Star Note** 1953C $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Select AU. 1953 red print two dollar bills can be broke up into four different types by signature combination; 1953 – Ivy Baker 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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1801 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good 1801 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good

1801 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good

Lot #10717 (Sale Order 189 of 389)

1801 Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Grades vg, very good.

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1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10718 (Sale Order 190 of 389)

1902-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.

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1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades xf 1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades xf

1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades xf

Lot #10720 (Sale Order 191 of 389)

1935A $1 Silver Certificate Hawaii WWII Emergency Currency Grades xf. FR-2300 Signatures of Julian & Morgenthau WWII Emergency Currency. It was the darkest days of World War II, just after Pearl Harbor. Everybody in Hawaii was sitting on pins and needles. Were the Japanese preparing a massive invasion of the islands? If they did invade, they could use the millions of dollars in currency on the islands to buy war material. To thwart this, these $1 Federal Reserve Notes were sent to the islands. Each has a large HAWAII printed on the reverse. If the Japanese did invade, the currency would be demonetized. After the threat passed, most of these "Hawaii" Notes were destroyed. Today they're hard to find.

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Group of 4x Large Cents 1818, 1833, 1838, 1847 Group of 4x Large Cents 1818, 1833, 1838, 1847

Group of 4x Large Cents 1818, 1833, 1838, 1847

Lot #10721 (Sale Order 192 of 389)

Group of 4x Large Cents 1818, 1833, 1838, 1847.

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1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs 1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs

1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs

Lot #10722 (Sale Order 193 of 389)

1950-d Jefferson Nickel 5c Grades GEM 5fs.

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1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS

Lot #10723 (Sale Order 194 of 389)

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS.

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2009-S U.S. Mint D.C. & U.S. Territories Quarters Silver Proof Set 6 Coins 2009-S U.S. Mint D.C. & U.S. Territories Quarters Silver Proof Set 6 Coins

2009-S U.S. Mint D.C. & U.S. Territories Quarters Silver Proof Set 6 Coins

Lot #10727 (Sale Order 195 of 389)

2009-S U.S. Mint D.C. & U.S. Territories Quarters Silver Proof Set 6 Coins. the one-year-only official 90% silver U.S. Proof Set of Commemorative D.C. and U.S. Territories quarters! This 2009-S set contains top-quality 90% silver Proof quarters honoring the five insular U.S. Territories and the nation's capital- Washington, D.C. 2009-S Quarter Proofs celebrating Washington D.C., American Samoa, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Exciting one-year-only designs! Struck to the U.S. Mint's highest Proof standards Special designs honoring the history, geography, or traditions of each of America's territories and Washington D.C. Very small mintages compared to regular issues, and sealed in the original U.S. Mint display holder!

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***Auction Highlight*** 1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10728 (Sale Order 196 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS.

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1937-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc 1937-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc

1937-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc

Lot #10730 (Sale Order 197 of 389)

1937-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Choice Unc.

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ANACS 1856 Slanted 5 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Graded ms62 bn By ANACS ANACS 1856 Slanted 5 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Graded ms62 bn By ANACS

ANACS 1856 Slanted 5 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Graded ms62 bn By ANACS

Lot #10731 (Sale Order 198 of 389)

ANACS 1856 Slanted 5 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Graded ms62 bn By ANACS.

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1934D $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider 1934D $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1934D $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10732 (Sale Order 199 of 389)

1934D $5 Blue Seal Silver Certificate Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. Fr-1654 1934 $5 silver certificates actually come in five different varieties. There are series of 1934, 1934A, 1934B, 1934C, and 1934D. The difference between these notes is the signature combination. Each bill is clearly marked as to what series it is from Small-size $5 Silver Certificates were issued with series dates of 1934 and 1953. Once redeemable for silver coin or bullion, these notes and the redemption option were discontinued by Act of Congress in 1963. Silver Certificates, with their distinctive blue Treasury seals and serial numbers, are among the most sought-after U.S. currency notes.

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1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc 1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

Lot #10733 (Sale Order 200 of 389)

1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc

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Group of 8 Proof Kennedy Half Dollars Group of 8 Proof Kennedy Half Dollars

Group of 8 Proof Kennedy Half Dollars

Lot #10734 (Sale Order 201 of 389)

Group of 8 Proof Kennedy Half Dollars .

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1935A $1 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU 1935A $1 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU

1935A $1 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU

Lot #10736 (Sale Order 202 of 389)

1935A $1 Silver Certificate North Africa WWII Emergency Currency Grades Select AU. FR-2306 Signatures of Julian & Morgenthau. It was the darkest days of World War II, just after Pearl Harbor. Were the Nazis under Field Marshall Rommel preparing a massive push through North Africa? If they did, and succedded, they could use the millions of dollars in currency the seized to buy war material. To thwart this, these Silver Certificates were sent to North Africa. Each has a yellow seal on the front. If the Nazis did succeed to over run our expeditiary force, the currency would be demonetized. After the threat passed, most of these "North Africa" Notes were destroyed. Today they're hard to find.

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1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades Select AU 1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades Select AU

1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades Select AU

Lot #10737 (Sale Order 203 of 389)

1849 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades Select AU.

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***Auction Highlight*** 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl By SEGS (fc) ***Auction Highlight*** 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl By SEGS (fc)

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl By SEGS (fc)

Lot #10738 (Sale Order 204 of 389)

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl By SEGS.

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1969 New Zealand $1 Commemorative in Original Jewel Case KM#?40 1969 New Zealand $1 Commemorative in Original Jewel Case KM#?40

1969 New Zealand $1 Commemorative in Original Jewel Case KM#?40

Lot #10739 (Sale Order 205 of 389)

1969 New Zealand $1 Commemorative in Original Jewel Case KM#?40. This coin was struck at the Royal Australian Mint and issued by the New Zealand Treasury. In total 500,000 coins were minted. The Uncirculated coin was issued in a square Jewel Case with blue background. 400,000 copies were issued this way including the "No Hyphen" error estimated at 75,000 examples.

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**Star Note** 1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider **Star Note** 1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

**Star Note** 1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

Lot #10740 (Sale Order 206 of 389)

**Star Note** 1953 $2 Red Seal United States Note Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. 1953 red print two dollar bills can be broke up into four different types by signature combination; 1953 – Ivy Baker 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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1836 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf, very fine 1836 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf, very fine

1836 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf, very fine

Lot #10742 (Sale Order 207 of 389)

1836 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf, very fine.

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1880-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc 1880-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

1880-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc

Lot #10743 (Sale Order 208 of 389)

1880-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.

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1974-S Uncirculated Eisenhower 1974-S Uncirculated Eisenhower

1974-S Uncirculated Eisenhower "Blue Ike" Silver Dollar No Envelope

Lot #10744 (Sale Order 209 of 389)

1974-S Uncirculated Eisenhower "Blue Ike" Silver Dollar No Envelope.