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This Mocatta Collection is worthy of serious analysis as contained important rarities, included significant representatives of all denominations of U.S. gold coins, was extremely fresh, and had been off the market since the 1970s.
The finest of three known Proof 1825/4/1 Capped Head Left half eagles sold for a record price of $4.08 million
Landmark U.S. Coins and Numismatic Americana Featured in the Stack's Bowers Galleries Summer 2022 Global Showcase Auction
Stack's Bowers Galleries is thrilled to present an exceptional selection of United States coins and Numismatic Americana in their Summer 2022 Global Showcase Auction.
Finest Known Proof 1825/4/1 Half Eagle from the Mocatta Collection Offered by Stack's Bowers Galleries
Stack's Bowers Galleries is thrilled to present the finest of three known Proof 1825/4/1 Capped Head Left half eagles in their Summer 2022 Global Showcase Auction, offered as part of the Mocatta Collection of U.S. Gold Rarities.
A few of the prices realized for $10 gold coins (eagles) in the May 5 Heritage Platinum Night sessions were astonishing and many auction results were reflective of ascents in market levels that had already occurred during 2021 and early 2022.
The prices realized for more than a few U.S. coins and patterns in the 2022 Heritage FUN Auction were incredibly high, very strong to extremely strong or beyond! Many other coins did not fare quite as well. The purpose of this series of discussions is to analyze the auction results of various coins, while evaluating the Simpson VII and Platinum Night sessions in the context of increases in market levels during 2021 and collecting trends in 2022.
Background information regarding the official auction of the Winter FUN Convention in January 2022 was provided in part 1 of this series. The topic here is prices realized for bust eagles (U.S. $10 gold coins) in the FUN auction, with emphasis upon market realities. Three of these were leaders in the sale and are especially newsworthy.
Legend Rare Coin Auctions (LRCA) started 2022 with a real bang with Regency Auction 50 shattering auction records on a number of numismatic rarities.
Records fall and seven lots top $1 million each at Heritage Auctions.
Heritage Auctions Soars Past $1.4 Billion in Sales in 2021, Cementing Status as World's Largest Collectibles Auctioneer By Far
Heritage Auctions recorded $1.4 billion in sales in 2021, marking the first time in its 45-year history the Dallas-based auction house has surpassed the billion-dollar mark.
The 1795 Nine Leaves Ten Dollar, BD-3, R.6, MS63+ PCGS. CAC is the rarest and most popular of all the Capped Bust Right, Small Eagle tens. John Dannreuther calls this issue ""the king of the Small Eagle type.""
Legend Rare Coin Auctions (LRCA) is pleased to announce that the firm's 50th Regency Auction will be a very important numismatic event, offering a spectacular selection of American numismatic treasures anchored by three powerful collections.
The Stack's-Bowers Rarities Night event on Nov. 23 featured a wide assortment of rare coins. The most newsworthy and memorable section was a run of rare half eagles ($5 gold coins) which are analyzed in this article.
Boutique numismatic auction house, Legend Rare Coin Auctions, will close out its 2021 Regency Auction series with a major event on Thursday, December 16.
FUN U.S. Coins Auction features important selections from the Donald G. Partrick Collection and Bob R. Simpson Collection Part III Jan. 20-24
In his November 2020 report, Perez discusses the impact of presidential politics on financial and metals markets in addition to recent auction activity.
Legendary financial forecaster's sale includes 'virtually untouched' 1907 Saint-Gaudens High Relief Double Eagle
Heritage Auctions' Offerings of Finest-Known Coins from U.S. and England Push ANA Sales Past $33 Million
America's Inaugural Federal Reserve Note Proof Archive Fetches $504,000
The Pinnacle U.S. Rarities Currency Collection sold for nearly $900,000.
The Pogue VII sale by Stack's-Bowers was held the evening of Friday, March 20th in the building that houses this company's headquarters in Santa Ana, California. As the sale was relocated after a convention in Baltimore was canceled, it was widely believed that many of the coins would bring even less than central wholesale levels. Such predictions were wrong. The sale was a resounding success, and a majority of the coins realized CPG®-level prices or more!
Patrick Ian Perez summarizes the current state of the U.S. rare coin market in the February 2020 Greysheet.
Patrick Ian Perez summarizes the current state of the U.S. rare coin market in the December 2019 Greysheet.
What are the primary factors that make a gold coin worthy of approval at CAC? While I make no claims to being right all the time, after 10+ years of sending a large cross-section of rare date gold to CAC for approval, I generally have a feel for what the graders like and what they don't like.
By CDN contributor, Jeff Garrett The late great collector, Ed Trompeter, once stated ""only real men collect Proof United States gold coins"". This very chauvinistic sta
The stunning coin is an historic trophy of American numismatics Legend Rare Coin Auctions is honored to have been consigned and is proud to offer one of the FINEST 1795
David Lawrence Rare Coins in Virginia Beach, Virginia, just completed the first installment of its exciting new quarterly series, The Numismatic Masters Internet Auctio