10/6/22 10:10 PM
Gold: $1,711.30
Silver: $20.71
Platinum: $914.96
Palladium: $2,234.90
G/S: 82.65
Pt/G: 0.53
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Category:
Category:  Coins > Three Cents > Three Cent Silver
PCGS:
PCGS:  003664
Cert:
Cert:  40889441
Price:
Price:  $4,330

Upcoming Auction Highlights

  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 11    View Lots
  • 11/4/2022 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #198 - 14K White Gold Diamond Pin
  • Jewelry-Pins
  • Fancy up your lapel with this gorgeous diamond pin! There is an approximate 1.15 ct. old European cut round diamond (measured in the mounting 6.7x6.71x4.27mm) SI1 clarity, J color with an additional 1.50 cttw in round side diamonds arranged in a bouquet type fashion. Dimensions 1.75” x 1.25”, 6.0 dwt.
 

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale    View Lots
  • 7/22/2022 - Saint Charles Convention Center
  • Download Auction Prices Realized
  • Lot #271 - Four Proof 10 centavos certified by PCGS
  • Hammer: $1,150
  • Philippine Issues-Philippine Issues
  • Order Through Chaos Collection. Varying degrees and styles of toning gives this foursome of PCGS certified U.S. Philippines ten centavos a very uniform yet variant appeal. Included in this quartet is a 1905 PR-63, a 1906 PR-58, a 1906 PR-63, and a 1908 PR-63. Increasing demand has made these issues very desirable commodities in recent years (ck).
 
  • The Collectors' Auction - 2021    View Lots
  • 11/5/2021 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #968 - 1950-PDS Washington, Booker T. Set in plastic holder
  • Hammer: $350
  • Silver Commemoratives-Silver Commemoratives Half-Dollars
  • Rum'N'Cola Collection. Unusually nice for a PDS set in such a setting, all are bright, blazing choice examples at minimum. 1950 has especially bright surfaces and should grade Ch BU, 1950-D has slightly fewer abrasions and might grade a point higher, and 1950 appears least abraded of all, albeit some curious threads rest on the cheek. Housed in a plastic holder that still retains an original shipping envelope from David M. of Akron, Ohio.

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G/S: 82.65  Pt/G: 0.53

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