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    King of American Coins Sold for $3,877,500 at Heritage Auctions

    The Mickley-Hawn-Queller specimen of the 1804 $1 silver dollar or known among collectors as King Of American Coins” sold for $3,877,500 including buyer premium in Heritage Auction Platinum Night event on Friday, Aug. 9. This one of the world’s most famous coins sets a house record! “Although it’s dated 1804, it was actually made in […] More

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    Australia’s First Banknote on Sale for $3.6 Million

    Australia’s first banknote, the 10 shilling note, with the serial number M000001 printed 100 years ago and found in a letter in England in 1999, has gone on sale. The note which was issued on May 1, 1913 now expected to reach a $3.6 milion. The banknote was presented Prime Minister Andrew Fisher to Judith […] More

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    Famed 1936 Canadian Dot Cent Leads Offerings in Ancient Coins Auction

    The legendary Pittman-Krause 1936 Canadian Dot Cent, the most famous coin in Canadian numismatics and one of just three known, and indeed one of the most famous coins in the world, is expected to bring more than $250,000 when it crosses the auction block as the feature lot in Heritage Auctions’ April 18-23 CICF World […] More

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    Over $7.5 Million Sold in Dallas Coin Signature Auction

    Rare, high grade gold coins were the highlights as Heritage Austions’ Dallas 2013 March 21-22 and 24 US Coin Signature Auction brought in over $7.6 million to its happy consignors. All prices include a 17.5% Buyer’s Premium. The top coin in the auction, selling for $129,250, was a proof 1861 eagle, at Proof 64 Cameo […] More

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    HA’s Coins and Currency Auctions Realize Nearly $72 million

    The results are in from the first great numismatic auctions of the year! The NYINC World Coin auction in New York realized nearly $12 million. Combined with nearly $45 million in the FUN US Coin auction in Orlando, close to $13 million in the FUN Currency auction also in Orlando, and over $2 million in […] More

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    Prohibitively Rare 1887 Victoria Gold Pattern Crown Could Become One of the World’s Most Expensive Coins

    Queen Victoria (1819-1901), began her reign upon the death of her uncle on 20 June 1837. She enjoyed the longest reign of any monarch so far. Many fine types and varieties of gold coinage were produced during Victoria’s reign. Regarding the half-sovereign, three main types or designs were recognised during this period: The “Young Head”, […] More

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    1895 Cameo Morgan Dollar Highlights Houston Event

    A proof-only 1895 Philadelphia Morgan dollar, leads the thousands of lots up for bid at HA’s November 2012 U.S. Coins Signature Auction, the official auction of the Money Show of the Southwest, with floor sessions scheduled for Nov. 29-30 in Houston and live bidding sessions December 1-2 at Heritage Auctions site. The 1895 Morgan dollar […] More

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    Nearly $20 Million in Rare Coins And Currency Sold in Long Beach

    Rare early proof coinage was featured as over $9.3 million in rare coins sold in the September 6-9 Heritage US Coins Signature Auction. The US Coin auction was one of four Heritage auctions held as official auctioneers of the Long Beach Coin and Collectibles Expo over the week. Overall, the Heritage Long Beach auctions combined […] More

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