10/19/19 10:59 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:  Currency > National Bank Notes
Price:  $980

Current Auction Highlights

  • The Collectors' Auction - 2019    View Lots
  • 11/8/2019 - Saint Charles Convention Center
  • See the Auction Schedule for complete details.
  • Lot #526 - 1926-S NGC MS-66
  • Silver Dollar-Peace
  • 36 graded MS-66, 2 higher (both MS-66+) at NGC. Not by any means is 1926-S the most elusive San Francisco emission, but above the "gem" grade level, it becomes a distinct grade rarity at NGC. Impressive definition starts off the list of accolades, and the exceptional vibrancy that characterizes this issue is present in spades, sapping up illumination and bouncing off long, vividly drawn bands of luster. Minimal stray abrasions define the grade.
  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 8    View Lots
  • 11/8/2019 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #342 - Sterling Silver Gorham Centerpiece Bowl
  • Jewelry-Silver
  • From Gorham, this sterling silver centerpiece bowl is in the desirable Marie Antoinette pattern and it even comes with its original silver plate flower frog! The piece is not monogramed and does not have any major dents but does have some light marks from use and storage. 13” x 4”, 31.9 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 #374 - 1881-CC VAM-2 GSA soft pack NGC MS-63
  • Hammer: $1,500
  • Silver Dollar-Morgan
  • B. Enamours Collection. Scarce as a GSA soft pack example, the coin remains safely housed in its original holder with the "poker chip" that attests to its status as a "circulated" example. However, it would be more accurately described as "choice mint-state" today, just as NGC has asserted. Gorgeous arctic-white shimmers across the entire coin and the cheek displays abrasions typical for the date. Extremely well struck to phenomenal razor-like sharpness.
  • The Collectors' Auction - 2018    View Lots
  • 11/2/2018 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #300 - 1879-CC NGC MS-63
  • Hammer: $5,500
  • Silver Dollar-Morgan
  • Ready To Retire Collection. VAM-5 is easy to recognize by the polishing lines that dangle from the nostril, and it is sufficient to make attribution using only the obverse die. A beautiful example, the surface exudes rather attractive silvery blonde presence, frosty and intensely lustrous without being excessively bright (i.e., dipped), and therefore retaining a somewhat pleasant, vintage appearance. The upper reverse may be marginally splashed with subtle rose-grey tint, but it is hardly perceptible except under good, full spectrum white lighting. Strike quality can certainly vary for 1879-CC and the present example has the interesting dichotomy of a powerfully struck reverse, and more typically struck obverse. Many parallel roller marks remain present at the center of that side, precluding the best possible sharpness, although most collectors will see this as a nicely detailed example overall.

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G/S: 85.09  Pt/G: 0.60

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