9/24/20 4:30 PM
Gold: $1,867.36
Silver: $23.11
Platinum: $850.62
Palladium: $2,230.54
G/S: 80.80
Pt/G: 0.46
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Category:  Currency > Legal Tender Notes (U.S. Notes) > Large Size > $1
Price:  $1,545

Upcoming Auction Highlights

  • Jewelry & Heirlooms No. 9    View Lots
  • 11/6/2020 - Saint Charles Convention Center
  • See the Auction Schedule for complete details.
  • Lot #83 - Platinum Diamond Ring
  • Jewelry-Rings
  • A charming Edwardian solitaire with an approximate .90 ct. old mine cut diamond (measures 6mm in mounting) SI1 clarity, K color with engraving that is still in good condition. Ring size 5.25, 1.5 dwt.

Previous Auction Highlights

  • The Midwest Summer Sale - 2020    View Lots
  • 7/24/2020 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #681 - 1913-D Type 1 MS-66, and a 1915-D MS-64, both NGC CAC
  • Hammer: $800
  • Nickels-Buffalo
  • Scant details are missing from the far left feather for 1913-D, but on balance, this is a very sharply struck example that suffers absolutely zero post-production defects. Indeed, one would not blink an eye if this nickel were graded a point higher. 1915-D features a noticeable downgrade in sharpness compared to its companion, as it didn't take long for Denver emissions to begin showing the effects of overuse of their dies. Nevertheless, it is an unmarked example that suffers only slightly dull luster. Two coin lot.
  • The Collectors' Auction - 2019    View Lots
  • 11/8/2019 - Saint Charles Convention Center
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  • Lot #330 - Seven Morgan silver dollars certified MS-65
  • Hammer: $625
  • Silver Dollar-Morgan
  • Something about Morgan. While not amongst the more difficult to attain numismatic issues, there is simply something magical about truly Gem Uncirculated Morgan silver dollars. This seven coin lot is filled with nothing but NGC and PCGS certified examples that are just pleasing to the eye. Six members are in older style PCGS holders while the odd man out is in a fatty NGC holder. The six PCGS members includes 2x 1879-S MS-65, an 1880-S MS-65, an 1883-O MS-65 CAC, an 1885 MS-65, and an 1887 MS-65. The lone NGC member is an 1899-O MS-65 CAC and offers a sprinkling of russet and royal purple tones on the obverse side (ck).

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G/S: 80.80  Pt/G: 0.46

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