7/29/16 6:57 AM
Gold: $1,335.00
Silver: $20.06
Platinum: $1,128.50
Palladium: $692.50
G/S: 66.54
Pt/G: 0.85
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Current Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale    View Lots
  • 7/29/2016 - The Saint Charles Convention Center
  • See the Auction Schedule for complete details.
  • Lot #782 - 1871 NGC MS-61
  • Gold $3-Indian Princess Head
  • Judy Garret Collection. Mintage: 1300. As is the case for most of the latter issues, 1871 sports a very low mintage that ensures ongoing scarcity for collectors. Blatantly prooflike as is usually the case for such limited production, the MS-61 grade reflects unfair exaggeration of numerous but minuscule contact marks far and wide. That said, some very pretty grapefruit-gold patina has settled across a large portion of each side, creating an attractive "two toned" appearance that many collectors enjoy.

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 Circle Pin
  • Jewelry-Pins
  • Centered in this circular pin is a 1.40 ct. oval lively green emerald set among approximately 1.50 cttw of sparkling brilliant cut round diamonds with SI1 quality, H color. 1 ½” x 1 ¼”, 9.2 dwt.

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Collectors' Auction 2015    View Lots
  • 10/16/2015 - The Saint Charles Convention Center
  • Download Auction Prices Realized
  • Lot #521 - 1860-O NGC MS-61
  • Hammer: $1,600
  • Silver Dollar-Liberty Seated
  • Mintage: 515,000. Neither 1859-O nor 1860-O were common dates prior to the great release of one full bag of each from the Treasury during the 1962-1964 sale. Since that great revelation, either has become a standard for type representation, although most had become bag marked after a century of storage. This particular example seems to be a little less abraded than usual for MS-61, and the surface even suggests a modest hint of semi-prooflike luster outside the peripheral elements, especially on the reverse. An exceptionally detailed example that should be an outstanding choice for type.

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