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Classic Early U.S. Type, Superb Proof Barbers, Gem Silver Dollars, and Rare Gold Coins Anchor Legends Regency Auction 33
Published on June 18, 2019
Continuing apace for the year with its fourth Regency Auction of 2019, the June 27th auction is being held at the PCGS Members Show at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas and features 514 lots of hand selected, high end, quality rare coins.Press Release Auctions Coin Dealers
Important collections and individual rarities offer something for everyone in Vegas
(Lincroft, NJ—June 13, 2019)—Continuing apace for the year with its fourth Regency Auction of 2019, the June 27th auction is being held at the PCGS Members Show at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas and features 514 lots of hand selected, high end, quality rare coins. Anchored by three named collections as a backbone, the selection of coins is diverse and begins in the earliest of federal issues and goes to classic 20th century issues.
The sale begins with the Hunter Collection, a 39 piece selection of Draped and Capped Bust silver coins, from half dime to half dollar, 1796 to 1837. Choice collector grade coins and Gem Mint State coins are being offered, with coins in every budget range.
Further selections from the R.S.D. Collection include Superb Gem Proof Barber dimes and quarters that are among the finest known specimens for their respective issues, including a number of PR68 graded examples. All are PCGS and CAC.
The Hickory Ridge Collection of Peace Dollars is a complete set registered on the PCGS Set Registry and includes a wonderful selection of coins with a focus on eye appeal.
Full sale highlights include:
Lot 1. H10C 1796 LIKERTY. PCGS MS63 CAC From the Hunter Collection
Lot 16. 25C 1820 Large O. PCGS MS65+ CAC From the Hunter Collection
Lot 53. 1C 1856 Flying Eagle. PCGS PR64 CAC
Lot 91. 3CS 1868 PCGS MS66 CAC
Lot 113. 5C 1880 PCGS MS65 CAC
Lot 135. 5C 1918/7-D PCGS MS64+ CAC
Lot 168. H10C 1797 16 Stars. PCGS MS65+ CAC
Lot 197. 10C 1916-D Mercury. PCGS MS64 FB CAC
Lot 242. 25C 1877 PCGS MS68 CAC
Lot 258. 25C 1907 PCGS PR68 CAM CAC From the R.S.D. Collection
Lot 308. 50C 1943 PCGS MS68 CAC
Lot 323. $1 1795 Silver Plug. PCGS AU50
Lot 372. $1 1895-S PCGS MS65+ PL CAC
Lot 390. $1 1895 NGC PR64
Lot 416. $1 1934-S PCGS MS66 CAC From the Hickory Ridge Collection
Lot 437. $2.50 1901 PCGS PR67+ DCAM CAC
Lot 440. $2.50 1910 PCGS PR66+ CAC
Lot 443. $5 1795 Small Eagle. PCGS AU55 CAC
Lot 450. $10 1799 Large Stars. PCGS MS63+ CAC
Lot 475. $20 1882-CC PCGS MS62 CAC
Lot 494. $20 1921 PCGS MS64
Lot 512. $50 1851 Humbert. Reeded Edge, 880. NGC AU53 CAC
“We are extremely proud of the selection of rarities and collector coins that we have put together for the June Regency Auction,” said Laura Sperber, founder of LRCA. “There really is something for every collector no matter where in their collecting career they may be. Whether just starting out with AU Bust halves, or are putting together a world class Registry Set, there is something to attract your attention.”
“Buyers have really come to enjoy our boutique auctions, and with the strong results, come more consignments,” said Julie Abrams, president of Legend Auctions. “That our team was able to put together such a quality focused auction in such a short period of time, speaks volumes to how well our model works. We cannot be happier with the sale that is being presented.”
“There are many finest graded, tied for finest graded, unique at CAC for the grade coins in this sale to entice and excite the Registry Set collector, while at the same time offering more modest grade rarities for other collectors,” said Greg Cohen, the firm’s senior numismatist. “Regardless of grade or ranking on the condition census, what unites each coin in this sale is solid, high quality for the assigned grade. Coins from the earliest days of our federal mint, to classic mid-20th century condition rarities, Regency Auction 33 has them all.”
The Regency Auction 33, the official auction for the PCGS Member’s Show, will take place on Thursday, June 27, 2019 beginning at 4:30 pm PT at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas. For full auction details, including descriptions and high resolution images, please visit www.legendauctions.com. For more information, please contact Legend Rare Coin Auctions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732-935-1168.
Legend Rare Coin Auctions is a boutique numismatic auction company specializing in the finest and rarest U.S. coins. Founded in 2012 by Laura Sperber, the owner and president of Legend Numismatics, the premier rare coin retail firm. LRCA was, from the outset designed to be a different kind of rare coin auction firm. LRCA’s staff of numismatic auction industry veterans includes Julie Abrams, president; Greg Cohen, senior numismatist; and Jessica Berkman, consignment coordinator. The firm’s Regency Auctions serve as the official auction for the PCGS Members’ Shows, held six times per year. Since its founding, LRCA has sold many important collections, resulting in world-record prices, including the Coronet Collection of Morgan Dollars (#1 all time PCGS set); the David Hall—Bob Simpson Collection of Liberty Head Eagles; the Sunnywood-Simpson Collection of Morgan Dollars; the Phil Flannagan Collection of Territorial Gold, Toned Dollars, and 1795 coins; duplicates from the Gerald Forsythe Collections of Buffalo Nickels and Mercury Dimes; the Bob Simpson Collection of Standard Silver Patterns; the Northern Lights Collection of Monster Toned Morgan Dollars; the Crow River Collections of Indian Head $10s and Peace Dollars; the P.F.M Collection (former #6 PCGS Set of Morgan Dollars with varieties); the Oak Crest Collection of Carson City $5 gold; the Konstantine Collection of Capped Bust Half Dollars, the #1 PCGS Set of Red Book varieties, 1807-1836. The firm’s impressive record also includes the 2nd highest APR in 2016 with the sale of Bob Simpson’s duplicate 1879 $20 “Quintuple Stella” which realized $1,880,000. To consign to an upcoming auction, visit www.legendauctions.com and contact a consignment specialist today.
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