Auction #986 Lots Posted. Browse & Bid Now!
Our Sunday Internet Auction #986 is now live with a great selection of over 400 fresh, new coins, 100 No Reserve lots and 25 Vault Value items. All lots will begin closing at 8pm EST on Sunday, November 12th. Some of the more interesting highlights from this week's sale include:
- 1814 1c PCGS MS63 BN (Plain 4)
- 1908-S 1c PCGS MS66 RD
- 1909-S VDB 1c PCGS MS65 RD
- 1922 no D 1c PCGS AU55 (Strong Reverse, Die Pair #2)
- 1922 no D 1c PCGS MS62 BN (Strong Reverse)
- 1880 50c NGC/CAC Proof 66 CAM
- 1870-CC $1 NGC XF45
- 1880 Trade$ PCGS/CAC Proof 64+
- 1927-D $1 PCGS/CAC MS65
- 1934-S $1 PCGS/CAC MS64
- 1861-D G$1 PCGS F12
- 1839-C $2 1/2 PCGS AU55
- 1911-D $2 1/2 PCGS/CAC AU58 (Strong D)
- 1803/2 $5 ANACS XF Details (Whizzed, Damaged)
- 1805 $5 PCGS UNC Details (Harshly Cleaned)
- 1916-S $5 PCGS MS63
- 1862 $10 PCGS AU53
- 1857-S SS Central America Shipwreck $20 PCGS/CAC MS62 (20B, Bold S)
- 1877-CC $20 NGC XF45
- 1939-D Oregon 50c PCGS MS68
This week's first highlight selection is an 1814 1c PCGS MS63 BN (Plain 4). Nicely lustrous with faint red-brown tints near the rim. Above average eye appeal and very difficult in uncirculated grades.
This week's second highlight selection is an 1857-S SS Central America Shipwreck $20 PCGS/CAC MS62 (20B, Bold S). Exciting double eagle gold coin from the famous SS Central America shipwreck. CAC approved for quality.
Our third highlight is an1861-D G$1 PCGS F12. The 1861-D is a famous numismatic rarity. Other than the super-rare (and largely uncollectible) 1849-C Open Wreath gold dollar, this is the scarcest coin in the entire series. Serious numismatists and Confederate historians agree that the real claim to fame for this issue lies in the fact that it is the only official U.S. coin to be struck under Confederate control. The rebel forces seized the mint in Dahlonega, Georgia in early 1861 and struck approximately 1,000 specimens, but experts believe that fewer than 75 coins exist today.This particular example is a wholesome Fine 12, graded by PCGS. Most examples of this date appear in AU grades, making an "affordable" issue somewhat of an unusual find.
Of course there are many other highlights, so be sure to browse all lots in this exciting new sale before it closes on Sunday, November 12th.If you have any questions about coins in our auctions, or items for direct purchase, please call us at 800-776-0560, or send an email and we will get back to you immediately.
Thanks for browsing our inventory and participating in our auction!
The David Lawrence Numismatic Team