7/17/18 12:24 PM
Gold: $1,227.74
Silver: $15.60
Platinum: $814.72
Palladium: $912.03
G/S: 78.70
Pt/G: 0.66
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Current Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale - 2018    View Lots
  • 7/27/2018 - Saint Charles Convention Center
  • See the Auction Schedule for complete details.
  • Lot #133 - 1885 NGC PR-64 CAC
  • Gold Dollars-Indian Princess Head, Large Head
  • Papa Francis Consignment. Some observers suggest that these were often given as gifts during the late 19th century, but at any rate, proof gold dollars of the era were struck in very limited numbers by today's standards, with cameo examples representing the near-pinnacle of art for the series. Impeccable contrast will be seen as the hallmark of this 1885, and the reverse features slightly better reflectivity than the obverse. Contrary to current acerbic notions, these are available without harsh impairments, and only some fragile hairlines drifting across the mirrors bar a full Gem grade in this case. A prominent strike-through thread attached to the "T" of UNITED can easily identify the provenance for future generations (scotia).

Upcoming Auction Highlights

  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 7    View Lots
  • 11/2/2018 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Platinum Diamond and Synthetic Sapphire Ring
  • Jewelry-Rings
  • Vintage lovers everywhere are going to swoon over this North to South platinum diamond ring with a synthetic sapphire, GIA # 2185926778 and approximately 1.50 cttw in old cut round diamonds, SI clarity, H-I color. Ring Size 5.75, 5.2 dwt.

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Collectors' Auction - 2017    View Lots
  • 11/3/2017 - Saint Charles Convention Center
  • Download Auction Prices Realized
  • Lot #385 - 1878-S Trade NGC MS-61
  • Hammer: $750
  • Silver Dollar-Trade Dollars
  • Type II / II. Seemingly slightly nicer than the assigned MS-61 grade, long, swooping luster bands sweep through the fields, albeit the vibrancy is strongly affected by the deep chartreuse-lavender patina that has densely occupied the surface. Very well struck, some minor, isolated softness shows at Liberty's head. The grade might be determined by a small scribble of abrasions in the obverse left field.

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Category:  Currency > National Bank Notes
Price:  $620

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G/S: 78.70  Pt/G: 0.66

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