10/19/20 7:10 PM
Gold: $1,902.61
Silver: $24.43
Platinum: $858.20
Palladium: $2,345.00
G/S: 77.89
Pt/G: 0.45
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Price:  $775

Current Auction Highlights

  • The Collectors' Auction - 2020    View Lots
  • 11/6/2020 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #395 - 1890-S PCGS MS-62 CAC
  • Gold $20-Liberty Head Double Eagle
  • Stars and Liberty's curls are more than adequately struck, suggesting a very well-produced example despite the expected plethora of post-mint abrasions. Subtle coppery accents dance over the highpoints of the design elements.
 
  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 9    View Lots
  • 11/6/2020 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #114 - 14K Yellow Gold Diamond Earrings with Natural Emeralds, GIA #2205924466
  • Jewelry-Earrings
  • These superb diamond and emerald earrings have a 10.6x6.72x5.02mm Pear Brilliant (with a match that is very similar in measurement) F2 clarity enhancements and GIA Report #2205924466 . Between the pair there are ten round brilliant diamonds, six marquise diamonds and twenty baguette diamonds weighing all together an estimated 2.00 cttw, SI clarity, H-I color. The earrings have a post with an omega clip for added security. Dimensions .60” x .50”, 6.2 dwt.

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale - 2020    View Lots
  • 7/24/2020 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #281 - 1882 PCGS MS-64+PL CAC
  • Hammer: $11,750
  • Gold $3-Indian Princess Head
  • 1 graded MS-64+ PL, zero higher at PCGS, making this the "finest known" with a prooflike designation at PCGS. Attribution as a commercial striking instead of a proof requires the observer to find remnants of a previously punched "2" in the date area, engraved far too high compared to the other numerals. Other than that, it would be very easy to mistake this remarkable coin as a full cameo proof, given the completely reflective fields and strongly frosted motifs. As with the extremely low mintage circulation-strike gold dollars of the same era, tiny emissions placed minimal stress on fresh dies, allowing a fair proportion of examples to emerge with fully reflective fields. This is a superbly detailed high-end example with prodigious eye-appeal, showing some warm copper-gold splashes on either side, and no post-mint disturbances to speak of.
 
  • The Collectors' Auction - 2019    View Lots
  • 11/8/2019 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #417 - 1885-O PCGS MS-67
  • Hammer: $700
  • Silver Dollar-Morgan
  • The Quartz Consignment. Even in MS-67, the 1885-O, preserved in bag quantities, cannot be considered rare. As a result, a phenomenally lustrous, snow-white example like this serves ideally as a high-grade Morgan dollar specimen. Almost fully struck and unblemished.

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