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Public Auction #443

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Bids updated February 18, 2020 at 4:46pm (New York time)

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COINS AND CURRENCY — Coins
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding

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21United States “slab” assortment of fifty-seven NGC coins graded Ms65/67 from 1938 to 2005. Consists of nine Jefferson nickels from 1938 to 1944, thirteen Mercury dimes, twenty Roosevelt dimes from 1947 to 1964, nine others from 1966 to 2003, five Silver Eagles, and four commemorative silver dollars 2003-2005. Also includes some foreign tourist change and bankable US coins.Cat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Current Bid: $300.00
Minimum Bid: $325.00
22Selection of United States and worldwide coins. Consists of three Morgan Silver dollars which appear to have be cleaned or polished, 1923 Monroe Doctrine. 1954 half dollar 1954 Booker T. Washington, 1982 George Washington commemorative halves, three 3 cent nickels, one two cent pieces, and twenty-six brass Presidential medals. Also includes 1905 Philippines Peso, and two Mexico 1799, 1802 “shipwreck" eight reales,Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Current Bid: $120.00
Minimum Bid: $130.00
23Banker’s box about half filled having many different base metal medallions, tokens, wooden “coinage”, etc. sorting into plastic baggies. A cornucopia of Americana. Worth checking out.Cat. Value: S.B. 30.00
Current Bid: $18.00
Minimum Bid: $20.00
24Small German States silver coin selection 1684 to 1913. Entails a Prussia 1913 two marks ANA graded (cleaned), 1874 five marks, six minor coins from various States, and a 1751 thaler which appears to be a fake.Cat. Value: S.B. 95.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
25El Cazador 1783 Shipwreck Spanish Colonial 8 Reales Silver Coin Mexico Mint FF MO. Mexico Mint FF MO. Has its certificate of authenticity. Found in a shipwreck off the Louisiana coast in the 1990’s. A real piece of history as Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana Purchase after this ship and its treasure from Mexico failed to reach port.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Current Bid: $80.00
Minimum Bid: $85.00
26Worldwide coin accumulation in three banker boxes. Contains base metal mint and proof set from the 1970s to the early 2000s having a majority concentration from Israel and Great Britain. Also includes around twenty Germany 10DM, 10 Euros silver coins, four Israel 50% silver coins, and two sets of two Russia silver space medals from the early 1990s plus a box of nonsilver medals that must be useful to someone.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Current Bid: $200.00
Minimum Bid: $210.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Currency
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding

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27Not your typical worldwide currency accumulation from the early 1900s to the 1990s in one medium carton. From a collector who has a passion of collecting diverse currencies from all corners of the world. Includes about fifty better or fascinating items that have an older Krause Catalog pricing in sleeves or in an expensive binder and slipcase including several engraver autographed. Likewise comprises roughly 850 loose circulated and uncirculated currency having duplication in two small boxes that mostly had to be extracted from the collector’s storage #10 envelopes. Entails British colonies,/Commonwealth, French colonies/Community, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. A collector or dealer should not let this one slip away.Cat. Value: S.B. 950.00
Current Bid: $550.00
Minimum Bid: $600.00
28An original notgeld accumulation. Comprises roughly between 700-800 mainly uncirculated notgeld which is a mixture of Germany and Austria from the early 1920s. There are many issues in multiples. A fascinating, historical holding.Cat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Current Bid: $200.00
Minimum Bid: $210.00
29Eclectic selection of mainly United States coins and currency in a box. Contains one each 1878-S, 1897, and 1904-0 uncirculated Morgan Silver dollars using late 1980s grading standards with papers, fifty-five face one dollar and two-dollar currency from 1935 to 1976 ranging from heavily circulated and uncirculated condition. Also involves a gold crown plus miscellany. Offered to tempt you.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Current Bid: $180.00
Minimum Bid: $190.00
30Three Mount Vernon Bank Providence, Rhode Island 1857-1858 obsolete currencies comprising of one each one dollar, five dollars, and ten dollars in super circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Current Bid: $150.00
Minimum Bid: $160.00
31United States five-dollar 1914 Federal Reserve currency graded by PMG About Uncirculated 55. Fr#854 Burke/Houston signatures.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Current Bid: $140.00
Minimum Bid: $150.00

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32Selection of ten United States obsolete currency mostly from the 1850s. Comprises Bank of the Republic, Providence five dollars, Fort Stanwix Bank Rome, New York five dollars, Commercial Bank Glen Falls, NY two dollars, Farmer Bank, Gloucester, RI five dollars, Essex County Bank Keeseville, NY three dollars, Merchants’ Exchange Bank, Anacostia DC one dollar, State of New York one dollar (tape), Canal Bank, Albany, NY Essex County, Keeseville, NY two dollars, and Bank of Whitehall, New York three dollars (damage) Condition varies from currency to currency.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Current Bid: $80.00
Minimum Bid: $85.00
33The Farmer’s Bank of Rome, New York 1838 ten dollar obsolete currency in nice circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Current Bid: $50.00
Minimum Bid: $55.00
34Three Mt. Clemens, Michigan Bank of Macomb County 1858 obsolete currencies comprising of one 1 dollar (unissued), and two 2 dollars in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 80.00
Current Bid: $30.00
Minimum Bid: $32.00
35Five State Bank of New Brunswick, New Jersey unissued 185? obsolete currencies including of one each one, two, five, ten, and twenty dollars.Cat. Value: S.B. 70.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
36Two Mechanics Bank of Memphis 1854 obsolete currencies comprising of one each three dollars and five dollars in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 60.00
Current Bid: $32.00
Minimum Bid: $34.00
37Two Continental Currency consisting of one each 1776 half dollar and eight dollars. Both in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $150.00
Minimum Bid: $160.00
38Merchants’ Bank one dollar 1852 obsolete currency Washington DC in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
39Two 1864 Confederate States currency consisting of a ten and one hundred dollars (stains) both in circulated condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Current Bid: $44.00
Minimum Bid: $46.00
40Confederates States one hundred dollars currency dated June 20, 1862 in circulated condition. Coming along for the ride is a twenty-five cents State of Georgia currency in “poor” condition.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $32.00
Minimum Bid: $34.00

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