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Legend Rare Coin Auctions Announces BigMo Hall of Fame Civil War Set for its Regency 38Legend Auctions · Mar 2, 2020
Press Release Auctions U.S. Coins
Incredible Collection anchors Day 1 of their historic 2-Day Auction
(Lincroft, NJ—2/27/2020) — Legend Rare Coin Auctions is proud to announce our upcoming Regency Auction 38 will feature the BigMo Collection of Civil War Coins. The current consignment is Part I of the collection, and features 93 exquisite coins. All minted from 1861 to 1865, this group will include every copper and silver coin minted during those years, as well as select gold coins as well. This impressive set, now retired by the collector, had long been the #1 Set on the PCGS Set Registry for this popular Specialty Series, and was the first Civil War Set ever completed there.
Part 1 of The BigMo Collection features over 25 coins that are Top Pop at PCGS, including 14 that are the single finest known for the date and denomination. Company founder Laura Sperber picked up the collection personally, and could not be more excited to offer this once in a lifetime collection to the collecting public. She had the following to say: “The BigMo Collection is truly one of the greatest individual collections I have ever seen assembled in my experience in this industry. The set is fully deserving of its Hall of Fame status, and is the type of set most collectors could only dream of completing. I cannot wait to start showcasing this collection around the country, and am ecstatic that Legend Rare Coin Auctions was offered the opportunity to bring this collection to market.”
Specific Highlights from the BigMo Collection include:
- $1 1861 PCGS PR66 CAC. Pop 1
- G$1 1861 PCGS MS67+ CAC. Pop 1
- 50C 1862-S PCGS MS66 CAC. Pop 1
- 1862 $1 PCGS PR66+ CAC. Pop 1
- 10C 1863-S PCGS MS65+ CAC. Pop 1
- $1 1863 PCGS PR67+ CAM CAC. Pop 1
- 10C 1864-S PCGS MS66 CAC. Pop 1
- $1 1864 PCGS MS65+ CAC. Pop 1
- 25C 1865 PCGS PR67+ DCAM CAC. Pop 1
- 50C 1865 PCGS PR67+ DCAM CAC. Pop 1
- G$1 1865 PCGS MS68+ CAC. Pop 1
Legend Rare Coin Auctions will auction this collection as the first lots sold on Day 1 of its 2-Day Regency Auction 38. Regency Auction 38 will take place in New Orleans, on May 13th and 14th of this year. More details concerning the BigMo collection are available on their website. For any inquiries about lot viewing for this collection, or to consign coins alongside it for Regency 38, they can be reached at 732-935-1168, or via email at email@example.com
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