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Heritage Auctions and Central States Highlight of Week
April 21, 2014
Central States is the focus for the coming week and, judging by the metals this morning, buyers will be able to do some bargain hunting. Gold is down about $40 since last Monday which has directly led to one ounce Gold Eagles discounted the same amount. Proof $50 Gold Eagles are currently trading at $1,520 wholesale in OGP. Along with demand for the usual metals, buyers will be looking for any and all U.S. Gold, especially better to rare dates. There has not been a slowdown in demand for Type I & II Twenties with advanced buyers searching for Carson City and New Orleans dated coins. Heritage Auctions hosts the CSNS US Coin Signature Auction which includes numerous rarities. Below is a list of the potential highlights of this sale.
Heritage Auctions is hosting the 2014 CSNS US Coin Signature Auction in Chicago, April 23-27
|1793 Wreath Cent Vine & Bars||PCGS MS65 BN||$175,000|
|1846 Seated Dollar||NGC MS65+ CAC||$74,500|
|1893 S Morgan Dollar||NGC MS65||$435,000|
|1821 $5 Gold||NGC AU55||$92,500|
|1798/7 $10 Gold 9x4 Stars||PCGS MS62||$135,000|
|1854 O $20 Gold||PCGS AU55||$440,000|
|1861 S $20 Gold Paquet||PCGS AU58||$200,000|
|1870 CC $20 Gold||PCGS AU50||$325,000|
|1915 S $50 Gold Pan-Pac Octagonal||NGC MS67||$240,000|
Another series that is attracting buyers, and has been for several months, is Silver Dollars. Both Morgan and Peace Dollars have seen a rash of increases with many in MS63 and higher grades. The following list shows some of the advances in the Market price over the last few weeks.
|1878 CC Morgan||MS66||$4,325|
|1879 O Morgan||MS65||$3,225|
|1883 S Morgan||MS63||$2,375|
|1884 S Morgan||MS63||$43,750|
|1886 O Morgan||MS64||$10,850|
|1888 S Morgan||MS65||$2,550|
|1889 S Morgan||MS66||$4,250|
|1892 CC Morgan||MS65||$8,450|
|1895 S Morgan||MS64||$8,650|
|1904 S Morgan||MS65||$8,750|
|1926 D Peace||MS66||$2,075|
|1928 S Peace||MS64||$1,125|
|1934 D Peace||MS65||$1,400|
|1934 S Peace||MS63||$3,375|
In this week's LD Wholesale Market Dealer Price Guide the majority of changes occurred in the Lincoln Cents chart. This remains a very popular series and buyers want nice coins for the grade and will pay premiums for coins that do not have unattractive spots. The 1911 S in MS64 Brown increased to $280 Market this week. The 1912 and 1913 in MS65 Red both climbed; the 1912 is now $380 and the 1913 is $440. The 1915 in MS65 Red also jumped to a higher $700.
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