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    Rare Coin Collection of Eugene H. Gardner at Heritage Auctions

    Heritage Auctions announces the sale of the rare coin collection of Eugene H. Gardner, to be sold in four unreserved auctions to take place in New York in 2014 and 2015. The first auction, taking place June 23, 2014 at The Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion (2 E. 79th Street, at 5th Avenue) offers almost all federally issued […] More

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    Ellsworth Large Cents Offered on US Coins Signature Auction

    Heritage Auctions is proud to present The COL Steve Ellsworth Die State Collection of large cents as one of our featured collections in their 2013 September 25 – 29 US Coins Signature Auction in Long Beach. Most of this collection will open the evening session on Thursday, September 26, with additional selections to be offered […] More

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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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    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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    Over $1.5 Million in Judaean Coins Sell in Shoshana II Auction

    A magnificent gold Aureus of the Roman Emperor Macrinus, dated to 218 AD, shattered pre-auction expectations, selling for $203,150 against a $40,000 estimate as a part of Heritage’s auction of the Shoshana Collection of Judaean Coins, Part 2. Overall, this auction, held September 5 in conjunction with the Long Beach Coin and Collectibles Expo, brought […] More

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    The Phillip Clover Collection of U.S. Large Cents Headlines September Long Beach Event

    The Phillip Clover Collection of U.S. Large Cents, a near-complete set of early large cents by Sheldon die variety, will give collectors a chance to obtain some of the rarest, most prized issues of early copper coinage in existence. The collection leads off the Heritage Auctions September Long Beach Signature U.S. Coin Auction, Sept. 6-9 […] More

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    Second Shoshana Auction in September

    Heritage Auctions will be offering the second half of the fantastic Shoshana Collection of Ancient Judaean Coins on September 5, 2012, in Long Beach, CA in conjunction with the Long Beach Coin, Stamp and Collectibles Expo. Shoshana II will feature more than 600 individual and group lots of coins, including some of the rarest and […] More

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    Silver Center Cent Highlights Platinum Night Results

    The famous 1792 Silver Center Cent, an example of the first coin to be struck inside the Philadelphia Mint building, led all lots in Platinum Night results from the CSNS US Coin Signature Auction on Thursday, April 19. This coin realized $1,15 million, highlighting a Platinum Night that brought consignors over $12 Million. The Silver Center […] More

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    Rare 1787 Gold Brasher Doubloon Coin Fetches $7.4 Million

    Blanchard and Company has sold a rare 1787 gold Brasher doubloon for $7.4 million, one of the highest prices ever paid for a gold coin. This first American-made gold coin denominated in dollars was purchased by a Wall Street investment firm. Identities of the buyer and seller weren’t disclosed. This unique Gold coin was minted […] More