10/19/19 5:03 AM
Gold: $1,490.09
Silver: $17.51
Platinum: $889.20
Palladium: $1,715.57
G/S: 85.09
Pt/G: 0.60
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Category:  Coins > Modern Commems
PCGS:  516501
Cert:  3779112-053
Price:  $1,585

Current Auction Highlights

  • The Collectors' Auction - 2019    View Lots
  • 11/8/2019 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #547 - 1795 Jefferson Head, Plain Edge PCGS VF-25
  • Large Cents-Liberty Cap
  • Zodiac Consignment. Sheldon-80, plain edge. The mysterious "Jefferson Head" cents dated 1795. For copper collectors, the known population of Jefferson Head large-cents has been widely studied and researched. Thereby, only thirty-plus examples or so are known to exist. Of course, these enigmatic coppers were not an official mint product even if they are collected right beside Liberty Cap large-cents of contemporary production. Rather, they were minted by New Jersey mechanic and saw-maker John Harper, who struck them as part of his effort to gain a coinage contract from the Federal government. They must have been placed into circulation in the 1790s, then withdrawn much later when all large copper pieces (half-cents and large-cents) were retracted from circulation to be replaced by the new "small cents" in the 1850s. Generally, the surface has evaded most contact marks, except for a minor tick at 1:00 of the obverse. The fields display granularity and that probably was the case at some point for the details as well, except that circulation has lovingly smoothed over the highpoints of the motifs on either side. Now, the lower relief portions of the planchet face up with dark ebony-olive color, while modestly lighter mahogany hue adheres to the smoother portions, creating a three-dimensional presentation slightly nicer than expected of a "VF-25" grade. (For a coin of non-Federal origin, with no specimen strikings or mint-state pieces in existence for comparison, there is no telling how PCGS arrived at a grade of such pinpoint exactitude. After all, the finest known example has been burnished and would be deemed "ungradable"... but let's just run with it.) All of the obverse legends were placed nicely upon the flan due to a well-centered strike, and on the reverse, the tops of ITED STATES OF are very close to the edge, merging slightly.
  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 8    View Lots
  • 11/8/2019 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #208 - 18K White Gold Penny Preville Diamond Bangle
  • Jewelry-Bracelets
  • Penny Preville is known for finding inspiration in things such as flowers and this bangle does not disappoint! This average size bangle measures almost 10mm wide all the way around and the top section is adorned in diamonds weighing an estimated 2.00 cttw, VS clarity, G-H color. The bottom section continues on with the same design, excluding diamonds, and has an elegant brushed finish. Oh, and the sides of the bangle also have sweet floral detailing. 27.9 dwt.

Upcoming Auction Highlights

Previous Auction Highlights

  • Scotsman's Summer Sale - 2019    View Lots
  • 7/19/2019 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #674 - 1937-D 3 Legged PCGS AU-50
  • Hammer: $600
  • Nickels-Buffalo
  • Alfy Keller Collection. Tin-grey on the obverse with noticeable glossy luster, the reverse has slightly less sheen and gets a fragile touch of yellowish nuance as well. Although circulated only to the tune of ten points, either side seems to be slightly more nicked than typical of AU-50, yet not a single mark is individually distracting. It's sort of like saying a chocolate chip cookie is delicious, yet not a single one of the chocolate chips is individually noteworthy. You still enjoy the cookie, right?
  • The Collectors' Auction - 2018    View Lots
  • 11/2/2018 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #573 - 1886 Variety 1 and 1893, both PCGS PR-65RB
  • Hammer: $725
  • Small Cents-Indian Head
  • Gorgeous magenta and burgundy spread outward from either side, encompassed by bright orange luster for the 1886, the reverse taking on strong brown tendencies as called out by the grade. Considerable copper-orange blankets 1893 such that the cent nearly appears to warrant a "red" designation, and this is nearly a hairline-free example that is but a couple of abrasions removed from upgrade. Superior strikes within this two coin lot.

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G/S: 85.09  Pt/G: 0.60

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