9/23/17 2:20 AM
Gold: $1,296.21
Silver: $16.95
Platinum: $931.45
Palladium: $919.78
G/S: 76.47
Pt/G: 0.72
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Upcoming Auction Highlights

  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 6    View Lots
  • 11/3/2017 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #206 - 14K Yellow Gold Diamond Buckle Bracelet
  • Jewelry-Bracelets
  • This wonderful buckle bracelet has approximately 1.00 cttw in single cut round diamonds, SI-I1 clarity, I color. With an adjustable clasp, this bracelet will fit a range of wrist sizes. 26.2 dwt.
  • The Collectors' Auction - 2017    View Lots
  • 11/3/2017 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #39 - 1902 $20 Red Seal - Chicago, IL Charter #713 - XF
  • US Currency-National Bank Notes
  • The Commercial National Bank of Chicago, Illinois. Pretty signatures make this an instant winner for the new owner. A much tougher example at the XF grade, the paper has been strongly pressed, creating a ruler-flat appearance overall. Light foxing is noted at upper right.

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale 2017    View Lots
  • 7/21/2017 - The Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #522 - Fifty-one different large cents, plus two extra
  • Hammer: $2,600
  • Large Cents-Draped Bust
  • Shop Talk Collection. Rapid Reaction: "just terrific". No repeats appear within this selection of early copper, which instantly adds appeal to the grouping. That being said, there are enough nicer pieces that deserve special mention, and the cataloger fully expects bidders to be falling all over themselves for the opportunity to latch on to these large cents. These can be listed with details grades as follows: 1797 (Fine/filed rim), 1798 (G), 1802 "normal fraction" (VG/burnished), 1803 (G/roughness), 1806 (G), 1807 (VG/modest roughness), 1808 (Fine/minor obverse pits), 1811 (G), 1812 (VG), 1814 (VG/G), 1816 (Fine/corroded), 1817 (VG/burnished), 1818 (Fine), 1819 "small date" (Fine), 1820 (VG), 1821 (VG+, nice), 1822 (VG), 1823/2 (VG/obverse scratched), 1824 (G/scratched), 1825 (Fine/roughness), 1826 (VF'/obverse scratch), 1827 (VF/recolored), 1828 (G), 1830 (Fine), 1831 (VF/cleaned), 1832 (Fine), 1833 (VF/recolored), 1834 (XF/old cleaning), 1835 (VF, nicely doubled profile), and 1836 (VF, slightly off-color). The remaining twenty-one pieces dated from 1837 through 1857 almost all seem to have very-fine or better details, with a handful off-color, cleaned, or otherwise showing curious presence. A couple of extra examples dated 1850 and 1851 round out this fifty-three coin lot.
  • The Collectors' Auction 2016    View Lots
  • 10/14/2016 -
    The Silver Dollar and Rare Coin Expo
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  • Lot #408 - Eighteen colonial coins
  • Hammer: $2,200
  • Colonial Issues-Group
  • Parallel Alpha Collection. A much better group of colonial copper pieces makes up this sizable offering, excepted by a single silvered French colonies example. These shall be listed only by chronological order (according to indicated date), mostly sans-grade, as follows: 1723 Voce Hibernia (VF/burnished), 1740 French Colonies 1/2-sous (VF), 1760 Voce Populi with P (Fine), 1773 Virginia halfpenny (VG), 1783 Unity States (VF), 1783 Nova Crosby 1-A (VG), 1785 Nova (VF/corrosion), 1786 Vermontensium landscape Ryder-8 (VG/lightly burnished), 1787 Connecticut left (VG/obverse digs), 1787 Fugio Newman-7-T (AG, superb color), 1787 Nova Eborac (Fine/defective planchet), 1787 Massachusetts halfpenny (G/corrosion), 1787 New Jersey Maris 6-D (Fine/surface damage), 1788 Massachusetts (Fine/surface roughness), 1788 Connecticut right Maris 2-D (Fine/defective planchet), 1791 Washington President small eagle (VF/rim damage), 1795 Liberty & Security token (VF/rim dings), and Vermont Ryder-13 (VG). Eighteen coin lot.

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Category:  Currency > National Bank Notes
Price:  $670

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