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1821 Half Eagle Soars to $4.6 Million, Leading First Bass Collection Auction to $20.5 Million at Heritage Auctions
Proceeds from the series of auctions scheduled through 2023 will benefit Dallas-based nonprofits
1870-CC Double Eagle leads highly coveted Carson City gold at Oct. 6-9 auction
Triple-signed note, leading Oct. 5-7 event, is one of just two known examples
With one of the most news-worthy collections coming to auction this week, Greg Reynolds focuses on a few of the more unusual items in this amazing collection.
From Museum to Auction, Celebrated Harry W. Bass Jr. Collection Makes Golden Debut at Heritage Auctions
The first of several sales benefitting Dallas nonprofits kicks off with 'one of the most spectacular gold rarities in the entire American series'
Heritage Auctions Shattered ANA-Week Record With $85.7 Million in Combined Sales of U.S. and World & Ancient Coins
Mark crushed previous record by nearly $17 million
The August 2022 column by Patrick Ian Perez discussing the current numismatic marketplace.
The $810,000 coin joins 17 others that brought six-figure results in the Long Beach Expo/Summer FUN US Coins Signature® Auction.
It's no secret that equity, commodity, and collectible markets have enjoyed a tremendous run for the last two years.
Rare Bronze 1943 Lincoln Cent, Called 'Most Sought-After Error Coin of All Time,' Comes to Heritage Auctions' Long Beach Expo/Summer FUN Event
July 14-17 to mark first auction appearance for AU50 rarity.
California Gold Rush-era treasures recovered from the fabled ""Ship of Gold,"" the SS Central America that sank in 1857, will be offered for the first time in the Pre-Long Beach auction by Goldberg Coins & Collectibles on June 27, 2022.
The monthly currency market commentary for April 2022 by Patrick Ian Perez.
Auction sale extends strong 2022 start at Long Beach Expo event.
The personal 1916 Standing Liberty quarter owned by designer Hermon MacNeil will be on display at the ANA National Money Show.
A grand marquee of attractions at this Collectors Universe event, headlined by the eight-figure Tyrant coin collection and onsite grading by coin, banknote, and sports memorabilia authenticators, will unfold at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Continuing the momentum from its record-setting FUN US Coins Auction, Heritage Auctions again will serve as the official auctioneer for the Long Beach Expo.
The United States currency market got off to a strong start in 2022 with the Heritage FUN Signature auction which totaled just over $7 million on 1,172 total lots.
First West Coast display of acclaimed showcase with hundreds of superb, historic coins including the famous King of Siam proof set.
It is said that records are made to be broken and 2021 was the year for Stack's Bowers Galleries to break them. Overall, Stack's Bowers Galleries sold at auction over $212 million in numismatic items across nearly 75,000 lots, making it the single strongest season of auction offerings in their 89-year history.
SBG has sold the famous coin to a private client for a price exceeding $4 million. This 1913 Liberty Head nickel ranks as the second finest of the five known, only three of which are in private hands.
The action in the rare currency market this past month was provided by the Heritage ""Long Beach"" auction which was held in Dallas and realized a total of $7.4 million from 1,523 lots.
As we collectively head into the final two months of 2021, the rare coin market appears to have leveled off, but this is not necessarily a negative.
1870-CC Double Eagle, 1934 $10,000 Federal Reserve Note Lead $15 Million Long Beach Coins and Currency Auctions
More than 5,100 global bidders engaged in eager bidding to drive the total result for the Long Beach Expo US Coins Signature® Auction and US Currency Signature® Auction to $15,787,609 in combined sales.
The Heritage Long Beach Signature U.S. currency auction, which takes place October 6th to 8th, will feature the first Platinum Night session since April.
Many collectors and art enthusiasts have heard the story about how President Teddy Roosevelt so hated the coin designs that were in circulation during his day that he wrote to Treasury Secretary Shaw ""I think our coinage is artistically of atrocious hideousness.""
August officially ended as the best month in GreatCollections' 10-year history, with total sales over $51 million. $16 million of that was through the five weekly auctions, while $35 million were coins sold to private clients at a fixed price.