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Two Auctions Are Better Than One

July 24, 2017

     This year’s ANA World’s Fair of Money is in Denver, Colorado and it is just a little over a week away. There will be two official auctions for the ANA, hosted by Heritage Auctions and Stack’s Bowers Galleries.

     Stack’s Bowers Galleries will feature two well-known rarities that should attract some very intense bidding. The Lord St Oswald-Norweb 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar in PCGS MS64 with the CAC sticker should be the star of this sale. It was thirty years ago when this coin last saw a public auction and is considered the fourth finest known for this date.

Lord St Oswald-Norweb 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar PCGS MS64 CAC

Lord St Oswald-Norweb 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar PCGS MS64 CAC is available at the Stack’s Bowers Galleries ANA World’s Fair of Money Auction in Denver, Colorado, August 1-8, 2017

     The super rare 1853 O Seated Half Dollar No Arrows in PCGS VF35 is one of just four known and it is the finest known to date. We currently list the VG8 at $180,000 Market with no values any higher to this point. Below are some of the other potential highlights from this Stack’s Bowers Galleries sale.

 
Date/Denomination
 
Grade
Current
Market
1793 Liberty Cap Large CentPCGS AU55 CAC$290,000
1796 Draped Bust Cent Rev. 1795PCGS MS66 RBN/A
1880 Shield NickelPCGS MS65 CAC$60,500
1799/8 Draped Bust Dollar 13 Star RevNGC MS64$102,500
1879 $4 Gold Stella Flowing HairPCGS PR64$155,000
1797 $5 Gold Capped Bust Right 16 StarsPCGS AU53$115,000
1808 $5 Gold Capped Draped BustPCGS MS65$102,500
1818 $5 Gold Capped BustPCGS MS66 CAC$150,000
1909 $10 Gold IndianNGC PR65$61,500
1873 CC $20 GoldPCGS AU58$31,500
1924 S $20 Gold St. GaudensNGC MS65$69,500

     Heritage Auctions will feature numerous rare coins in their Platinum Sale which will be highlighted by a 1943 Lincoln Cent, struck on a Bronze Planchet, certified by NGC as MS62 Brown. We don’t have a current listing for this grade but the MS61 has a Market price of $240,000.

1943 Lincoln Cent, struck on a Bronze Planchet, NGC MS62 Brown

1943 Lincoln Cent, struck on a Bronze Planchet, NGC MS62 Brown is available at the Heritage Auctions ANA World’s Fair of Money ANA U.S. Coins Signature Auction in Denver, Colorado, August 2-6, 2017

     Another highlight will surely be the 1792 Half Disme in NGC MS61; this is always an extremely popular coin when found in auction. Listed below are some of the many rarities in this Heritage Auctions sale.

 
Date/Denomination
 
Grade
Current
Market
1914 D Lincoln CentPCGS MS66+ Red$41,500
1916 D Mercury DimePCGS MS66+ FB$53,250
1918 D Mercury DimePCGS MS66 FB$75,500
1913 S Barber QuarterPCGS MS66$32,500
1918/17 S Standing Liberty QuarterPCGS MS64 FH$115,000
1921 S Walking Liberty Half PCGS MS64$42,250
1843 $2 ½ GoldPCGS PR65 DCam CACN/A
1855 S $3 GoldNGC MS63$70,000
1797 $10 Gold Small EagleNGC AU58$103,500
1909 $10 Gold IndianPCGS PR65 CAC$61,500
1855 O $20 GoldNGC MS61$108,500
1932 $20 Gold St. GaudensPCGS MS64+$72,500
1915 S $50 Gold Pan-Pac RoundNGC MS65$148,500
1915 S $50 Gold Pan-Pac OctagonalNGC MS65$144,500









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