8/29/16 10:08 PM
Gold: $1,323.60
Silver: $18.78
Platinum: $1,076.50
Palladium: $698.50
G/S: 70.49
Pt/G: 0.81
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Upcoming Auction Highlights

  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 5    View Lots
  • 10/14/2016 - The Silver Dollar and Rare Coin Expo
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  • Platinum Diamond Stud Earrings
  • Jewelry-Earrings
  • Have you ever dreamed of walking into a party, looking around and realizing you have the most fabulous jewelry on out of all of the guests? Well, that dream could become your reality if you buy these absolutely amazing diamond studs. Set in platinum champagne style mountings, these 5.34 ct. and 5.39 ct., yes you read that correctly, brilliant cut round diamonds, make up the most dazzling pair of earrings Scotsman Auction Company has ever seen. They have VS1-2 quality and M color and are sure to make any diamond lovers collection complete.

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale    View Lots
  • 7/29/2016 - The Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #421 - 1875-S PCGS MS-64
  • Hammer: $1,300
  • Quarter Dollars-Liberty Seated
  • Advanced state of use for the reverse die has caused the development of an extensive network of die cracks connecting the peripheral lettering. Nevertheless, the strike sustained enough pressure to bring up all the details to reasonable extent, except that the obverse stars are unevenly pressed as one might expect from the peripheral failure of the mating die. Both sides show interesting butterscotch-gold color surrounding a limited portion of lavender-silver central motifs.
  • The Collectors' Auction 2015    View Lots
  • 10/16/2015 - The Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #446 - 1873-CC Arrows PCGS MS-62
  • Hammer: $5,000
  • Half Dollars-Liberty Seated
  • Gavin "John" Rose Collection. 3 graded MS-62, 14 higher at PCGS. The 1873-CC half-dollar shares the same fate as other Carson City halves of the era, namely that very few are known to exist at the uncirculated era. Evidently, Americans living in the furthest reaches out west preferred only hard-money assets as compared to paper, which led to heavy usage and circulation of larger denominations as a store of value. Given the strength of luster, not to mention the relatively pleasing details, one might easily make a case for the MS-63 grade, in this instance. Shimmering frosty luster supports the pleasing interplay of coral-gold and silver-beige interacting over both sides, with gorgeous rainbow color starting to form just inside the rims. That being said, the grade limiting factor would undoubtedly be the presence of some relatively innocuous pin scratches scattered beneath the eagle's neck. They are mostly toned over, making them basically blend into the rest of the field, and fortunately, the coin otherwise shows no particular problem with contact, as the obverse looks especially fresh and free from issues.

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