Preeminent New Year Coin Consignments 5 of 7

Thursday March 04, 2021 | Voorhees, NJ. US. 08043

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Lot#: 1

WELCOME TO THE AUCTION

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Lot#: 2

Hobo Buffalo 5c Grades Hand Carved

Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved.


Lot#: 3

1936-d Mercury 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1936-d Mercury Dime 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 4

1882 Shield 5c Grades vf+

1882 Shield Nickel 5c Grades vf+.


Lot#: 5

1885-p Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 6

1923-p Vam 1BW I3 R5 Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1923-p Vam 1BW I3 R5 Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 7

1893 Columbian Old Commem 50c Grades Select Unc

1893 Columbian Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Select Unc. The Columbus Half Dollar along with the Isabella Quarter were Minted in Honor of the 400th Anniversary of Columbus' Voyage to the New World. It was First Distributed at the Worlds Fair Honoring that Voyage. When examining a Columbian Exposition Half Dollar, the First Points to Show Wear are Columbus? Eyebrow, Cheek and the Hair Behind his Forehead and Jaw. On the Reverse, Check the Foresail and Sainsail, as well as the Right Side of the Eastern Hemisphere.


Lot#: 8

(1863) James E Childs OH-975-d-16 cwt Grades Selec

(1863) James E Childs OH-975-d-16 Civil War Token 1c Grades Select Unc BN.


Lot#: 9

1887-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU

1887-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 10

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Speelman & White Fr-239 Grades f+. FR 239. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 11

1868 Shield 5c Grades xf

1868 Shield Nickel 5c Grades xf.


Lot#: 12

1937-d Lincoln 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RD

1937-d Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RD.


Lot#: 13

1891-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU

1891-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 14

1900 Indian 1c Grades AU Details

1900 Indian Cent 1c Grades AU Details.


Lot#: 15

1899-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 16

1844 N-3 Braided Hair 1c Grades vf details

1844 N-3 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf details.


Lot#: 17

1903-p Vam 5 R5 Morgan $1 Grades xf

1903-p Vam 5 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades xf.


Lot#: 18

Partial Lincoln Cent Book 1941-1969 44 coins

Partial Lincoln Cent Book 1941-1969 44 coins. A excellent Partial Lincoln cent Book. Dates Included range from 1941-1969. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 44 coins. Few coins are Red Browns


Lot#: 19

1942-d Mercury 10c Grades Choice Unc FSB

1942-d Mercury Dime 10c Grades Choice Unc FSB.


Lot#: 20

1837 May tenth HT-167 htt Grades xf

1837 May tenth HT-167 Hard Times Token 1c Grades xf.


Lot#: 21

1886-p Colorfully Toned Morgan $1 Grades Select+ U

1886-p Colorfully Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 22

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1918-d Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1918-d Wheat Cent, 1898 Indian cent other end, Seal Strong Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable Seal Strong Wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 23

1887-p OGH Morgan $1 Graded ms64

PCGS 1887-p OGH Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By PCGS.


Lot#: 24

*Highlight* 1924-p Peace $1 Graded ms66

***Auction Highlight*** 1924-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 25

1897-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU

1897-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 26

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1926 & s Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 27

1947-p Walking Liberty 50c Grades Choice AU/BU Sli

1947-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 28

1800's $5 Citizens Bank of New Orleans, Louisiana

1800's $5 Citizens Bank of New Orleans, Louisiana Grades CU details. Vignette of an allegorical commerce next to a shield flanked by two large 5s. Orange script FIVE overprint.


Lot#: 29

1900-o Rainbow Toned Vam 35A R5 Morgan $1 Grades C

1900-o Rainbow Toned Vam 35A R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 30

1863 Liberty Cap F-15-319a cwt Grades AU Details

1863 Liberty Cap F-15-319a Civil War Token 1c Grades AU Details.


Lot#: 33

1890-s Vam 43 R5 Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1890-s Vam 43 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 34

1909 vdb Lincoln 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RB

1909 vdb Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RB. Always sought after date. Always popular.


Lot#: 35

1924-s Mercury 10c Grades Select AU

1924-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 36

1857 Flying Eagle 1c Grades vf++

1857 Flying Eagle Cent 1c Grades vf++.


Lot#: 37

1883-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc*

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc*.


Lot#: 39

1880-s Rattler Morgan $1 Graded ms63

PCGS 1880-s Rattler Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By PCGS.


Lot#: 40

1863 Turban Liberty NY-630L-2A cwt Grades vf++

1863 Turban Liberty NY-630L-2A Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++.


Lot#: 41

1881-s Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 42

1863 25c Fractional Currency, fourth issue George

1863 25c Fractional Currency, fourth issue George Washington Grades f+. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 43

1923-s Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1923-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 44

1919-s Buffalo 5c Grades vf+

1919-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades vf+. According to David Hall, the 1919-s is scarce in circulated grades. Most of the killer rarities in the Buffalo nickel series are the 1918 thru 1927 San Francisco issues.


Lot#: 45

1880-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 46

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 2001-p 50 pcs Brandt Wrap

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 2001-p 50 pcs Brandt Wrapper. A terrific Shotgun roll of Lincoln cents. All coins cherry red. Trends ms65 rd $7.50 Estimate $375


Lot#: 47

1938-s Mercury 10c Grades GEM++ Unc

1938-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM++ Unc.


Lot#: 48

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Horsesho

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Horseshoe Hotel silver $1 roll $20, 1881 & 1896 end. This roll is held in an old casino wrapper from the Horseshoe Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. This roll contains 20 Morgan and/or Peace Silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. The Dates may range from 1878 to 1935. Better dates/mint marks & conditions may be found but should not be expected. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is both 20 Silver Dollars and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a huge Estate Hoard of these Rolls.


Lot#: 49

*Highlight* 1882-o/s Top 100 Vam 4 I5 R3 Morgan $1

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-o/s Top 100 Vam 4 I5 R3 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms62 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 50

1963 Rattler Franklin 50c Graded pr67

PCGS 1963 Rattler Franklin Half Dollar 50c Graded pr67 By PCGS.


Lot#: 51

1920 Pilgrim Old Commem 50c Grades Choice Unc

1920 Pilgrim Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc. When examining a Pilgrim, look for wear on the Crow's Nest and on the Cheek Bone on the Obverse, as these are the High Points.


Lot#: 52

*Highlight* 1851 G$1 Graded ms63+

***Auction Highlight*** 1851 Gold Dollar $1 Graded ms63+ By SEGS.


Lot#: 53

1944-p Walking Liberty 50c Grades GEM+ Unc

1944-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 54

(1863) Army & Navy Scarce Franklin Token NY-630-L-

(1863) Army & Navy Scarce Franklin Token NY-630-L-4a CWT 1c Grades xf details.


Lot#: 55

1832 LM-14 V-7 R4 Capped Bust 1/2 10c Grades vf, v

1832 LM-14 V-7 R4 Capped Bust Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades vf, very fine.


Lot#: 56

8 Proof Sets 1964-1973 44 coins

8 Proof Sets 1964-1973 44 coins. Includes the last of the silver Kennedy half's and 4 bonus proof Lincolns. Including the 70-s small date


Lot#: 57

1859-p Seated Liberty 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slid

1859-p Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 58

***Auction Highlight*** 1923 $1 large size Blue Se

***Auction Highlight*** 1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Woods & White FR-238 Grades Gem CU. FR 238. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 59

1923-p Peace $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 60

*Highlight* 1926-p Vam 2 Top 50 Peace $1 Graded GE

***Auction Highlight*** 1926-p Vam 2 Top 50 Peace Dollar $1 Graded GEM Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 61

1887-p Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 62

*Highlight* 1839-o Capped Bust 50c Grades Select U

***Auction Highlight*** 1839-o Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades Select Unc. The New Orleans Mint opened in 1838 and produced its first half dollars, 20 proof examples dated 1838-O, in January of 1839. A further 178,976 coins dated 1839-O were delivered throughout the remaining months, making this issue the only collectible O-mint half dollar of the 1838-1839 Reeded Edge type. Breen asserts that the 1839-O was extensively hoarded by the public as the first business strike half dollar from the New Orleans Mint. If this is true, then the majority of these coins were retrieved from circulation because this issue is a significant rarity in Mint State. The present satiny-textured mint state example is mostly brilliant throughout. There are no unsightly surface marks but for lamination line on the obverse and the strike is well executed, even in the peripheral areas.


Lot#: 63

1903 Indian 1c Grades GEM Unc RB

1903 Indian Cent 1c Grades GEM Unc RB.


Lot#: 64

1917-p Lincoln 1c Grades GEM Unc RB

1917-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM Unc RB.


Lot#: 65

*Highlight* 1884-cc GSA Hoard Morgan $1 Grades Cho

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-cc GSA Hoard Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 66

*Highlight* 1917-p Mint Error Mercury 10c Graded G

***Auction Highlight*** 1917-p Mint Error Mercury Dime 10c Graded GEM FSB By USCG.


Lot#: 67

1935-s San Diego Old Commem 50c Grades GEM+ Unc

1935-s San Diego Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc. When looking at a San Diego half look for the first signs of wear on Minerva?s knees and on the upper-right portion of the tower.


Lot#: 68

1853-p Liberty $2 1/2 Grades vf++

1853-p Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Grades vf++.


Lot#: 69

(1863) Drugs And Medicines OH-860-D1a R6 cwt Grade

(1863) Drugs And Medicines OH-860-D1a R6 Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU. The die sinker on the Rarity 6 token was the Lamphear shop out of Cincinnati. Michael Carl Theodore Plessner and his son Henry, The Plessners, from Saginaw Michigan, are found in the 1864 Toledo city directory at the address listed on the token. cool.


Lot#: 70

1936-p Walking Liberty 50c Grades Choice AU/BU Sli

1936-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 71

1878-s Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc. Slightly better date. First year of issue. Faint roller marks on each side remain from the original planchet preparation before this piece was struck.


Lot#: 72

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgu

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1897 & P Ends Virtually UNC. . Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll In an old Brinks Wrapper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. An Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Weighs 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.58 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.72 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars.


Lot#: 73

1881-s vam 83 R5 Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1881-s vam 83 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 75

1885-o Colorfully Toned Morgan $1 Graded ms65

ANACS 1885-o Colorfully Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By ANACS.


Lot#: 76

*Highlight* 1927-p Vam 1B R5 Peace $1 Graded ms64

***Auction Highlight*** 1927-p Vam 1B R5 Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 77

1901-p Vam 20 WOW! I3 R5 Morgan $1 Grades xf+

1901-p Vam 20 WOW! I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades xf+.


Lot#: 78

Starter Indian & Flying Eagle cent Book 1858-1909

Starter Indian & Flying Eagle cent Book 1858-1909 11 coins. A excellent A Starter Indian & Flying Eagle cent Book. Dates Included range from 1858-1909. All coins encased in a nice Harris coin book. An Excellent grouping of 11 coins. Most have full liberties the 1902 is an AU/unc the 1865 has full liberty and is an XF.


Lot#: 79

1863 Liberty Cap F-13-297a cwt Grades Choice AU

1863 Liberty Cap F-13-297a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 80

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1920-d Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1920-d Wheat Cent, 1899 Indian cent other end, McDonalds Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable McDonalds Wrapper. Look for the Golden Arches. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 81

*Highlight* 1898-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65 PL

***Auction Highlight*** 1898-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 PL By SEGS.


Lot#: 83

*Highlight* 1827 O-104 Capped Bust 50c Graded au55

***Auction Highlight*** 1827 O-104 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded au55 details By SEGS.


Lot#: 84

*Highlight* 1846-o Breen-6186 Liberty $2 1/2 Grade

***Auction Highlight*** 1846-o Breen-6186 Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG. This appears to be the Breen-6186, so-called overdate, that shows traces of what appears to be a 4 beneath the 6 in the date. It is given little credence as a real overdate because no Quarter Eagles were struck in New Orleans during 1844. Akers acknowledges the issue as extremely rare in Mint State. Only a handful of the 62,000 coins minted have escaped circulation, and of these, Akers claims only ten are in mint state. The example at hand is a bright and pleasing example with its smooth, creamy surfaces and bright luster. Slight weakness is noted at the center of the reverse, a characteristic of this issue. Also the reverse has some minor and unnoticeable with the naked eye, hairlines, while not distracting it is the grade-limiting factor. An underrated and undervalued issue.


Lot#: 85

1880-s Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 86

*Highlight* 1804 Draped Bust 1/2c Graded xf45

***Auction Highlight*** 1804 Draped Bust Half Cent 1/2c Graded xf45 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 87

*Highlight* 1879-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65+ DMPL

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ DMPL By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 88

1898-p Barber 10c Grades Choice Unc

1898-p Barber Dime 10c Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 89

*Highlight* 1883-cc /cc Vam 5 Morgan $1 Graded ms6

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-cc /cc Vam 5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 pl By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 90

***Auction Highlight*** 1863 US Fractional Currenc

***Auction Highlight*** 1863 US Fractional Currency 50c Second Issue fr-1318 Washington In Oval Grades Select CU. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 91

*Highlight* 1910-s Lincoln 1c Graded Gem+ Unc RB

***Auction Highlight*** 1910-s Lincoln Cent 1c Graded Gem+ Unc RB By USCG. Semi Key Date. Per David Hall of PCGS "The 1910-s has long been considered a semi-key date in circulated grades" A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 92

***Auction Highlight*** Original sealed box 5- 198

***Auction Highlight*** Original sealed box 5- 1989 United States Mint Proof Sets. Original sealed box 5- 1989 United States Mint Proof Sets. Up for Auction is an Unopened Mailer Box from 1989 containing 5 1989 Proof Sets!!!! Wow! - This Mailer Box is sealed exactly as it left the mint over 40 years ago. Each Proof set in this mailer box has never been reviewed or examined by anyone. Virtually every 1989 Proof Set has been looked at by Coin Experts who have identified potential PR70 DCAM Coins and had them slabbed. Those opened Proof Sets you find at coin shows or for sale individually have almost certainly been examined and reviewed. NOT ONE OF THE FIVE SETS IN THIS MAILER BOX HAVE BEEN SEEN BY HUMAN EYES IN 40 YEARS , So, What COULD be in these Sets, Well here are the 5 things that could be inside. An Kennedy 50c in PR70 DCAM Trending $60, a Washington 25c in PR70 DCAM Trending $70, a Roosevelt Dime in PR70 DCAM Trending $65, BUT That?s Just the Start, There also could be a Jefferson 5c in PR70 DCAM, TRENDING $115 & a Lincoln 1c in PR70 DCAM Trending $120!!!! And there can be FIVE of Each in this BOX, This could be one of the very last boxes in EXISTENCE. This ?WONKA? Box could Contain Coins Worth $2,150 - Good Luck in Obtaining This Unopened Mailer Box of 5 1989 Proof Sets!!!


Lot#: 93

1880-p Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc PL

1880-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc PL.


Lot#: 94

*Highlight* 1935-p Vam 1F I3 R5 Peace $1 Graded ms

***Auction Highlight*** 1935-p Vam 1F I3 R5 Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 95

1885-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 96

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1889-o Mor

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1889-o Morgan silver dollar roll, 20 coins. This roll is held in an old Steel strong wrapper, patented 1921, stamped "Bankers Trust Company of Philadelphia?, Walnut Street at Juniper. This roll contains 20, 1889-o Morgan silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is 20 Silver Dollars, that all 20 are 1889-o and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a large Estate Hoard of solid date Rolls. Trends lists au50 at $60, xf40 at $45, vf20 at $40, f12 at $38, vg8 at $35, g4 at $25.


Lot#: 97

*Highlight* 1878-s Colorfully Toned Vam 29 'Saggin

***Auction Highlight*** 1878-s Colorfully Toned Vam 29 'Sagging Jaw' I5 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 98

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Ha

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Halves Silver City Hotel Vegas 1928 Walker & 'D' Franklin Ends. Up for auction is a Consignment I have secured a collection of old 1960?s Las Vegas Casino Half Dollar Shot Gun Rolls from various Casinos. These Rolls contain 20 Half Dollars. They have tight ends and are wild!. I opened three rolls to examine the contents and what I found was mostly Circulated Walkers, a few Franklins and a Seated coin or two and a couple of Barbers. But after I opened the rolls, I wished I hadn?t as they were so cool as antique Las Vegas Half Rolls. I have only seen a handful of these ever. The consignee has given us some additional rolls. We estimate the rolls to be worth $2000 each as a collectable antique, but if the roll is opened and has a rare date, who knows the value, a 1921 Walker even in low grade is worth over $500, and several other dates are worth over $200 each. But who knows, maybe a rare 1878-s Seated is inside. ($35k in g4), or an 1892-o Barber ($5k in G4). In any event the rolls themselves are amazing collectibles of a bygone era of the Rat pack and Las Vegas. From the rolls we have received there are 10 different casinos. Good Luck.


Lot#: 99

1934-d Washington 25c Grades Select+ Unc

1934-d Washington Quarter 25c Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 100

Complete Jefferson Nickel Book 1938-1959 62 coins

Complete Jefferson Nickel Book 1938-1959 62 coins. A excellent near complete Jefferson Nickel Book. Dates Included range from 1938-1962. All coins encased in a nice coined & currency Institute coin book. An Excellent grouping of 62 coins. Many are Uncs all the silver war nickels appear to be uncs has not been checked for full steps


Lot#: 101

*Highlight* 1921-d Morgan $1 Graded Select Unc PL

***Auction Highlight*** 1921-d Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc PL By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 102

*Highlight* 1855-p Minor Mint Error G$1 Graded Sel

***Auction Highlight*** 1855-p Minor Mint Error Gold Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 103

*Highlight* 1878-p 7tf Vam 141 Top 100 Morgan $1 G

***Auction Highlight*** 1878-p 7tf Vam 141 Top 100 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ pl By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 104

1907 Indian 1c Grades Choice Unc RD

1907 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RD.


Lot#: 105

*Highlight* 1880-o Morgan $1 Graded Choice+ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice+ Unc By USCG. The New Orleans Mint hit its stride in 1880, after being reactivated the year before to help strike the enormous number of Morgan dollars mandated by the Bland-Allison Act in 1878. A respectable mintage of 5.3 million Morgan dollars was achieved and examples can be located easily in grades up to MS63, but finer coins are costly and elusive. This sharply detailed, Near Gem, Choice specimen offers well-preserved surfaces that are lustrous and appealing. Slightly frosted devices, and incredible breast feathers. The coin is closer to ms65 than ms64. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 106

1917 $2 Large Size Legal Tender Note FR-60 Thomas

1917 $2 Large Size Legal Tender Note FR-60 Thomas Jefferson Grades xf EPQ. This 1917 $2 Jefferson Legal Tender Currency Note is only the second two dollar bill in history. It shows a portrait of Jefferson and an old vignette of the Capitol building from way back in the day. The reverse features a prominent fancy "2" surrounded by a "bracelet" of seals. The intricate engraving, the bold red seal, and serial number create a fantastic image; You can't stop studying it! This is the last large size $2 legal tender note ever printed.


Lot#: 107

*Highlight* 1937 Antietam Old Commem 50c Graded ms

***Auction Highlight*** 1937 Antietam Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms63 details By SEGS.


Lot#: 108

*Highlight* 1873-p Trade $1 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1873-p Trade Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 109

*Highlight* 1902-o Vam 17A R6 Morgan $1 Graded ms6

***Auction Highlight*** 1902-o Vam 17A R6 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 110

*Highlight* 1920-p Top POP Mercury 10c Graded ms68

***Auction Highlight*** 1920-p Top POP Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms68+ By SEGS. This handsome Superb Gem is splashed with mottled reddish-olive peripheral toning on the obverse, equally attractive crimson and olive-gold iridescence here and there around the reverse periphery. The surfaces are frosty, smooth and fully struck in all but a few isolated areas. Single finest certified in the non-FB category at SEGS! None graded higher by either PCGS or NGC. Finest Known Example! Near Perfection! A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 111

1904-o Rainbow Toned Morgan $1 Graded ms63

PCGS 1904-o Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By PCGS.


Lot#: 112

Indian cent 1c orig roll, 1909 end S other end

Indian cent 1c orig roll, 1909 end S other end. The roll is held in a Rare & Collectable McDonalds Brandt wrapper. A great bank style shotgun roll of Indian cents 1c with very tight ends. The rolls appear to be filled with a mixture of 1800's and 1900's. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate. This particular Roll shows an 1909 on one end and a KEY date 's' mint on the reverse WOW!.


Lot#: 113

1896-p Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL.


Lot#: 114

*Highlight* 1928-p Peace $1 Graded ms63

***Auction Highlight*** 1928-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By SEGS. Incredibly scarce date, lowest mintage in the entire Peace Dollar Series. Scarce in all grades. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 115

*Highlight* 1869 2c Graded Gem+ Unc RB

***Auction Highlight*** 1869 Two Cent Piece 2c Graded Gem+ Unc RB By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 116

*Highlight* 1856-s Medium 's' G$3 Graded au55

***Auction Highlight*** 1856-s Medium 's' Three Dollar Gold 3 Graded au55 By SEGS. Pretty honey-rose patina blankets both sides of this lustrous and boldly defined Choice AU. This is an impressive, highly desirable survivor from this early San Francisco Mint gold issue. The 1856-S is the second of only five San Francisco Mint issues in the three-dollar gold series (including the unique 1870-S) and had a mintage of 34,500 pieces, most of which saw extensive commercial use. Indeed, the 1856-S is typically seen in VF or EF grades. AU coins, as here, are scarce and seldom offered. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 117

*Highlight* 1894-o Morgan $1 Graded au58+

***Auction Highlight*** 1894-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded au58+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 118

1863 Indian 1c Grades Choice Unc

1863 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 119

*Highlight* 1883 Hawaii $1 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1883 Hawaii Dollar 1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. The 1883 Hawaiian "Akahi Dala" was struck at the San Francisco Mint on U.S. Dollar planchets. Many were redeemed and melted after Hawaii acquired U.S. territorial status Per Maurice Gould and Kenneth Bressett writing in Hawaiian Coins, Tokens, and Paper Money (1961): "In 1883, Claus Spreckels, a banker, sugar planter, and power behind the throne, approached the King on the subject of having a silver coinage struck for the Islands. Application was made by the Hawaiian Government for the coinage at the San Francisco mint, of one million dollars in silver denominations to correspond with the silver coins of the United States of America in fineness and weight, regulations of the 9th of November, 1883, by the Secretary of the United States Treasury." Ultimately, 500,000 Hawaiian dollars were struck in 1883. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 120

***Auction Highlight*** 1889 & CC Uncirculated Mor

***Auction Highlight*** 1889 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll. Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends, Carson City, Nevada Investment and Trust Co wrapper. Weighs Perfectly as a Uncirculated Roll.


Lot#: 121

*Highlight* 1892-s Morgan $1 Graded Select AU+

***Auction Highlight*** 1892-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select AU+ By USCG. A higher-end example of this conditionally elusive San Francisco issue. The strike is bold and just a brush of friction dulls the luster on each side. Even so, a distinct cartwheel effect survives in the protected areas of the fields. The surfaces are fairly smooth and each side displays light golden-gray color. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 122

***Auction Highlight*** The Famous Ten-Dollar "Bis

***Auction Highlight*** The Famous Ten-Dollar "Bison Note" of 1901 $10 Grades vf, very fine. One of the most sought-after notes in the world. The Series 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note symbolizes the spirit of our?frontier past?with a beautifully engraved image of a powerful bison. With its massive size, prominent head and shaggy fur, the giant of the Great Plains captivated settlers and became a?legendary fixture in the American imagination. Issued at the dawn of the last century. Flanking the bison are vignettes of explorers?Lewis and Clark, whose mapping of the?Louisiana Purchase?territory paved the way for western expansion. The reverse features Columbia, a poetic female personification of the U.S. This?rarely seen??legal tender note? is full of intricate flourishes and distinguished by a rich red seal and serial number.


Lot#: 123

*Highlight* 1939-p FS-801 DDR Jefferson 5c Graded

***Auction Highlight*** 1939-p FS-801 DDR Jefferson Nickel 5c Graded ms64+ 5fs By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 124

*Highlight* 1916-s Walking Liberty 50c Graded Choi

***Auction Highlight*** 1916-s Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Graded Choice+ Unc By USCG. Offered is a Near Gem Mint State example of the scarcest of the three first-year Walking Liberty half dollar issues. Well executed by the standards of the issuing Mint, both sides exhibit bold to sharp detail in virtually all areas. Attractively toned in golden iridescence with blue highlights on the reverse, the surfaces are lustrous with a smooth satin texture. Although the mintage for the 1916-S is only 100,000 coins fewer than that of the 1916 (508,000 vs. 608,000 pieces), this mint marked issue is far more elusive in Mint State. Undoubtedly fewer San Francisco Mint coins were set aside at the time of issue by contemporary Americans looking for keepsakes of the newly introduced half dollar. With most Uncirculated survivors grading no finer than MS-63, this superior quality example will be just right for an advanced collection. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 125

*Highlight* 1890-p TOP POP! Morgan $1 Graded ms65+

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p TOP POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ dmpl By SEGS. HIGHLIGHT OF THE ENTIRE AUCTION - Up for Auction is a TOP POP, an ms65+ DMPL 1890-p Morgan Dollar WOW! This Philadelphia Mint Morgan dollar issue is readily available through Gem condition, but it is scarcely seen in any grade with Deep Mirror Proof like contrast. Coins of this quality are rare and unsurpassed. Richly frosted and fully struck relief elements stand out in stark contrast to the glassy fields. The cameo effect is highly appealing. Lone ms65+, behind about 5 examples grading ms65 dmpl. I have provided pictures of 2 of the ms65 dmpl examples for your comparison. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 126

*Highlight* 1870 Indian 1c Graded Select Unc RB

***Auction Highlight*** 1870 Indian Cent 1c Graded Select Unc RB By USCG.


Lot#: 127

*Highlight* 1820/19 N-3 Coronet Head 1c Graded Cho

***Auction Highlight*** 1820/19 N-3 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Graded Choice AU/BU Slider By USCG. A beautiful cent with cartwheel luster of incredible depth. Slightly faded original mint red surrounds some design features. The remaining surface area has toned to an evenly blended and deep steel blue and olive on the obverse while the reverse is a bit more olive near the center. A few scattered marks mostly require magnification for detection, and there is really nothing to distract the eye otherwise. Sharp overdate, with the erroneous digit 1 visible behind the 2. The late state of the dies, where the 9 under the 0 is no longer visible due to die erosion. Superb example, terrific eye appeal. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 128

*Highlight* 1930-p Standing Liberty 25c Graded ms6

***Auction Highlight*** 1930-p Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms66+ FH By SEGS. The superb color and strike sets this Premium Gem apart from its peers. Each side is softly frosted and well-preserved with attractive pastel and multicolor toning throughout. The usual weakness is noted on the shield rivets and the leading edge of the eagle's left (facing) wing, but Liberty's head and toes are needle-sharp A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 129

*Highlight* 1881-cc Morgan $1 Graded ms64

***Auction Highlight*** 1881-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 130

1934-p Vam 1B R6 Peace $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1934-p Vam 1B R6 Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 131

1881-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 132

*Highlight* 1877-cc Liberty $20 Graded au53 Detail

***Auction Highlight*** 1877-cc Gold Liberty Double Eagle $20 Graded au53 Details BY SEGS. Attractive for the grade, and a find for the advanced Carson City Mint or double eagle enthusiast. The mintage for this scarce issue is just 42,565 pieces, a figure reduced by nearly 96,000 coins from the previous year's relatively high production mark. Many were shipped overseas after they had circulated in regional commerce. Some 800 to 1,200 circulated examples of the 1877-CC are known, with many of those just VF or EF. Nice AU examples such as this can be challenging to acquire and deserve serious bidder attention whenever they appear at auction. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 133

*Highlight* 1878/1878-p 8tf Vam 4 I3 R4 Morgan $1

***Auction Highlight*** 1878/1878-p 8tf Vam 4 I3 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 134

1863 Indian F-87-356a cwt Grades xf+

1863 Indian F-87-356a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf+.


Lot#: 135

1899-p Vam 6 R5 Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1899-p Vam 6 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 136

*Highlight* 1850 Braided Hair 1/2c Graded ms62 bn

***Auction Highlight*** 1850 Braided Hair Half Cent 1/2c Graded ms62 bn By SEGS. Per Ron Guth of PCGS : The Braided Hair half cents boast some of the lowest mintages of any U.S. coin types and are among the best values, as well. Every date in this type boasts a low mintage. By way of comparison, the mintage of the any Braided hair Half Cent is almost a fraction of the mintage of the 1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent (a far more valuable coin), making this an excellent value. An overall boldly defined example, minor softness is confined to a few of the obverse stars and, on the reverse, a couple of the leaf clusters on the branch. Warmly patinated in gray-brown, the surfaces retain blushes of original faded mint orange color in the protected areas around some of the design elements, especially on the reverse. A smooth and satiny example with a pleasingly original appearance. Scarcer than the 1849 Large Date and 1857, the 1850 is the most elusive circulation strike Braided Hair half cent in Mint State. An important bidding opportunity for the astute collector. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 137

*Highlight* 1880/79-cc rev 78' Vam 4 Top 100 I5 R4

***Auction Highlight*** 1880/79-cc rev 78' Vam 4 Top 100 I5 R4 Morgan $1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. A Top 100 Variety. Struck from a leftover reverse die from 1878 that shows the flattened breast feathers on the eagle, and an obverse leftover from 1879 with the 79 clearly showing. The Reverse of 1878 coins are usually found bag marked, and a mint state example such as this one is worthy of consideration. The surfaces are brilliant and show thick mint frost one would expect from a Carson City product. The luster is also unbroken by the abrasions usually found on this issue, atypical of a CC dollar. Fully struck. The 1880/79-CC is noteworthy because the under digits 79 are clear below the 80. Furthermore, this die was paired with a leftover reverse die from 1878 where the arrows are bent, basically the top two arrows are parallel but the bottom arrowhead is clearly placed at a downward angle, which implies the entire shaft and tail feathers should be at a similar angle, but they are not. This minor design error was corrected early in 1879 but a leftover 1878 die was pressed into service to create this variety. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 138

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Speelman & White Fr-239 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. FR 239. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 139

1893 Indian 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RB

1893 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RB.


Lot#: 140

***Auction Highlight*** 4 Peace $1 1922-1925 In Ca

***Auction Highlight*** 4 Peace $1 1922-1925 In Capital Plastic Holder Gem Or near Gem. All Coins are gem or near gem stunnign set


Lot#: 141

*Highlight* 1897-o Vam 6 Morgan $1 Graded Choice A

***Auction Highlight*** 1897-o Vam 6 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice AU/BU Slider+ By USCG.


Lot#: 142

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1960-d 50 pcs Brandt Wrap

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1960-d 50 pcs Brandt Wrapper. A terrific Shotgun roll of Lincoln cents.Trends ms65 rd $20 Estimate $1000


Lot#: 143

1921-p Lincoln 1c Grades Choice Unc RB

1921-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RB.


Lot#: 144

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1883-o Unc

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1883-o Uncirculated Morgan silver dollar roll, 20 coins. This roll is held in an old Steel strong wrapper, patented 1921, stamped "Bankers Trust Company of Philadelphia, Walnut Street at Juniper. 1883-o Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends. Weighs Perfectly as an Uncirculated Roll. Trends in ms64 is $85 and ms63 is $75. One ms66 is $360 and one ms65 is $145.


Lot#: 145

*Highlight* 1880/79-s Vam 8 Top 100 I4 R4 Morgan $

***Auction Highlight*** 1880/79-s Vam 8 Top 100 I4 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded GEM Unc DMPL By USCG. A Top 100 Variety. A prominently mirrored and fully brilliant Premium Gem. The strike is intricate and the eye appeal is imposing. Overdate specialist Ted Clark is credited with discovery of the VAM in late 1968. An important strike and condition rarity of this scarce and highly sought overdate. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 146

(1863) US Copper F-202-434a cwt Grades Select AU

(1863) US Copper F-202-434a Civil War Token 1c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 147

1925-p Peace $1 Graded ms66

1925-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS.


Lot#: 148

*Highlight* 1837 HM-2 Classic Head $5 Graded Selec

***Auction Highlight*** 1837 HM-2 Gold Classic Head Half Eagle 5 Graded Select AU By USCG. Large Date, Block 8. A charming peach-gold Classic half eagle. The obverse field displays distributed minor abrasions but the reverse is only lightly marked. The strike is bold, and luster illuminates design recesses. Only 350 survive in all grades, and less than 150 in au and higher. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 149

*Highlight* 1882-cc GSA Hoard Morgan $1 Graded ms6

***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1882-cc GSA Hoard Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 pl By NGC.


Lot#: 150

*Highlight* 1921-p Peace $1 Graded ms63+

***Auction Highlight*** 1921-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms63+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 151

1889-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1889-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 152

*Highlight* 1931-p Mercury 10c Graded ms65+ FSB

***Auction Highlight*** 1931-p Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms65+ FSB By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 153

1886-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 154

1917 $1 Legal Tender, Signatures of Elliott & Whit

1917 $1 Legal Tender, Signatures of Elliott & White, FR-38 Grades f, fine. 1917 $1 Legal Tender, Signatures of Speelman & White, FR-38. This 1917 $1 note is the last large-sized legal tender bank note ever issued. It's referred to as a "Horseblanket Note," due to their large size. The obverse features Washington and a vignette of Columbus sighting America. The reverse shows a "sawhorse" design. Add in the bright red seal and serial numbers and you've got a miniature work of art.


Lot#: 155

1890-o Vam 11 R5 Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1890-o Vam 11 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 156

*Highlight* 1893-p Minor Mint Error Barber 25c Gra

***Auction Highlight*** 1893-p Minor Mint Error Barber Quarter 25c Graded ms63+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 157

1900-o Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 158

1939-s FS-101 DDO Walking Liberty 50c Grades Choic

1939-s FS-101 DDO Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 159

*Highlight* 1885-o Morgan $1 Graded ms66+

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. 0


Lot#: 160

*Highlight* 1883 Indian 1c Graded Gem+ Unc RB

***Auction Highlight*** 1883 Indian Cent 1c Graded Gem+ Unc RB By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 161

*Highlight* 1891-p Morgan $1 Graded ms64+

***Auction Highlight*** 1891-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 162

(1863) Knickerbocker Currency F-255-390a cwt Grade

(1863) Knickerbocker Currency F-255-390a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf details.


Lot#: 163

*Highlight* 1794 Liberty Cap S-65 Flowing Hair 1c

***Auction Highlight*** 1794 Liberty Cap S-65 Flowing Hair large cent 1c Graded g6 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 164

*Highlight* 1914-p Indian $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1914-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 165

1888-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

1888-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL.


Lot#: 166

1925-p Peace $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1925-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 167

1904-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 168

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgu

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1886 & O Ends Virtually UNC. . Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll In an old Brinks Wrapper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. An Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Weighs 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.4 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.71 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars.


Lot#: 169

1885-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 170

1800's $5 The Bank of Georgetown, SOUTH CAROLINA G

1800's $5 The Bank of Georgetown, SOUTH CAROLINA Grades xf details. This note printed with orange tints features a Vignette of Ceres seated in a large "V" at the center with a portrait of President Franklin Pierce on the lower left, a Vignette of a young woman on the lower right, and a "FIVE" protector in white at the bottom.


Lot#: 171

*Highlight* 1904-o Colorfully Toned Vam 12 R5 Morg

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-o Colorfully Toned Vam 12 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded GEM+ Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 172

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1916-s Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1916-s Wheat Cent, 1896 Indian cent other end, Seal Strong Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable Seal Strong Wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 173

1881-s /s Vam 5 Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc PL

1881-s /s Vam 5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc PL.


Lot#: 174

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1923 & d Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 175

*Highlight* 1897-p Morgan $1 Graded ms64 DMPL

***Auction Highlight*** 1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 DMPL By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 176

1927-p Mercury 10c Grades GEM+ Unc

1927-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 177

*Highlight* 1896-p Morgan $1 Graded ms66+

***Auction Highlight*** 1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 178

near Complete Sacagawea Dollar Book 2000-2007 26 c

near Complete Sacagawea Dollar Book 2000-2007 26 coins. A excellent Complete Sacagawea Book. Dates Included range from 2000-2007. All coins encased in a nice Littleton coin book. An Excellent grouping of 26 coins.


Lot#: 179

1833 O-114 Capped Bust 50c Grades vf++

1833 O-114 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf++.


Lot#: 180

*Highlight* 1912-p Indian $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1912-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 181

1879-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1879-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 182

1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix F-207-908a cwt Grad

1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix F-207-908a Civil War Token 1c Grades AU Details.


Lot#: 183

1880-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 185

1882-s Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 186

1914 $20 Large Size Federal Reserve Note Chicago,

1914 $20 Large Size Federal Reserve Note Chicago, IL 7-G Grades vf, very fine.


Lot#: 189

1884-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 193

1880-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL

1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc+ PL.


Lot#: 194

(1863) Knickerbocker Currency F-328-390a cwt Grade

(1863) Knickerbocker Currency F-328-390a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf+.


Lot#: 195

1851 N-30 Braided Hair 1c Grades vf+

1851 N-30 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf+.


Lot#: 197

1897-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU

1897-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 198

1922-d Vam 2AT R6 Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1922-d Vam 2AT R6 Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 200

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note,

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note, Boston, MA 1-A Grades f+. Despite having 1913 written on them, these are actually from the series of 1914, as it says on the right and left hands side of each note. An engraved portrait of President Abarham Lincoln is on the note's face and the back features two vignettes titled Columbus's Discovery of Land and The Landing of the Pilgrims


Lot#: 201

1838 Capped Bust 50c Grades f details

1838 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades f details.


Lot#: 202

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1978-d In Old

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1978-d In Old Brandt wrapper . ?A terrific orig shotgun roll of Lincoln cents. All coins cherry red..?Trends ms65 rd $7.50 Estimate $375


Lot#: 203

1879-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 205

1884-o Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 206

1940-s Mercury 10c Grades GEM++ Unc

1940-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM++ Unc.


Lot#: 209

1885-o Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 210

(1863) Crossed Cannons F-352a-231a cwt Grades xf+

(1863) Crossed Cannons F-352a-231a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf+.


Lot#: 213

1913-p Ty I Buffalo 5c Grades GEM Unc

1913-p Ty I Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 215

1898-p Rattler Morgan $1 Graded ms63

PCGS 1898-p Rattler Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By PCGS.


Lot#: 217

1881-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL.


Lot#: 218

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Speelman & White Fr-239 Grades vf++. FR 239. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 219

1844 Mexico FIRST REPUBLIC 4 Reales KM# 375.4 4 Re

1844 Mexico FIRST REPUBLIC 4 Reales KM# 375.4 Grades f+.


Lot#: 220

1929-p Lincoln 1c Grades Select Unc RB

1929-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Select Unc RB.


Lot#: 221

1887-p Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 222

1923-d Peace $1 Grades Select AU

1923-d Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 223

(1863) Army & Navy F-225-327a cwt Grades AU, Almos

(1863) Army & Navy F-225-327a Civil War Token 1c Grades AU, Almost Unc.


Lot#: 224

1853 N-16 Braided Hair 1c Grades vf details

1853 N-16 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf details.


Lot#: 225

1897-s Vam 4 Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1897-s Vam 4 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 226

Partial Lincoln Cent Page 2008-2010 17 coins

Partial Lincoln Cent Page 2008-2010 17 coins. A excellent Partial Lincoln cent Page. Dates Included range from 2008-2010. An Excellent grouping of 17 coins. 6 are proofs all gem cherry red


Lot#: 229

1921-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 230

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1917-d Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1917-d Wheat Cent,1889 Indian cent other end, Seal Strong Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable Seal Strong Wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 231

1944-d Mercury 10c Grades GEM++ FSB

1944-d Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM++ FSB.


Lot#: 233

1889-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1889-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 234

1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades xf+

1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades xf+. Of great historical interest this is the last $10 currency notes issued by the Confederate States of America.? The 7th and last issue of Confederate notes. Notes hand signed and numbered by Confederate soldiers and families. Printed and issued over 140 years ago during the Civil War. Depicts Confederate cabinet member Robert M. T. Hunter and features a detailed vignette of horse-drawn artillery. This large 7" x 3" Confederate $10 note is a genuine keepsake from one of the most significant periods in American history.


Lot#: 237

1883-o Vam 22A Super CD I4 R6 Partial 'E' On Rev M

1883-o Vam 22A Super CD I4 R6 Partial 'E' On Rev Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 238

(1920's) Maco News Store Virginia, Minn Grades AU,

(1920's) Maco News Store Virginia, Minn Trade Token Grades AU, Almost Unc.


Lot#: 243

1941-s Mercury 10c Grades GEM FSB

1941-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM FSB.


Lot#: 244

1851 N-22 Braided Hair 1c Grades vf+

1851 N-22 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf+.


Lot#: 245

1883-p Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1883-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 246

1893 Columbian Old Commem 50c Grades Choice AU

1893 Columbian Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice AU. The Columbus Half Dollar along with the Isabella Quarter were Minted in Honor of the 400th Anniversary of Columbus' Voyage to the New World. It was First Distributed at the Worlds Fair Honoring that Voyage. When examining a Columbian Exposition Half Dollar, the First Points to Show Wear are Columbus? Eyebrow, Cheek and the Hair Behind his Forehead and Jaw. On the Reverse, Check the Foresail and Sainsail, as well as the Right Side of the Eastern Hemisphere.


Lot#: 247

1923-p Peace $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 249

1897-p Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1897-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 250

1870's US Fractional Currency 10? Fourth Issue Fr-

1870's US Fractional Currency 10? Fourth Issue Fr-1258 Grades f+. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 251

1940-p Washington 25c Grades Choice Unc

1940-p Washington Quarter 25c Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 253

1885-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 254

1884 Liberty 5c Grades g, good

1884 Liberty Nickel 5c Grades g, good.


Lot#: 255

1880-s Colorfully Toned Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ U

1880-s Colorfully Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 256

1863 Union For Ever F-177-271a Washinton Mounted c

1863 Union For Ever F-177-271a Washinton Mounted Civil War Token 1c Grades xf details.


Lot#: 257

1902-o Vam 17 Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1902-o Vam 17 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 258

Partial Lincoln cent Book 1941-1958 33 coins

Partial Lincoln cent Book 1941-1958 33 coins. A excellent Partial Lincoln cent Book. Dates Included range from 1941-1958. All coins encased in a nice Whitman book. An Excellent grouping of 33 coins. Several are uncs


Lot#: 259

1887-p Rattler Morgan $1 Graded ms63

PCGS 1887-p Rattler Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By PCGS.


Lot#: 261

1890-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1890-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 262

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1925 & d Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 263

1945-p Walking Liberty 50c Grades Choice+ Unc

1945-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 264

1924-p Peace $1 Grades Unc Details

1924-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details.


Lot#: 265

1886-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 267

1952-s Franklin 50c Grades Select Unc

1952-s Franklin Half Dollar 50c Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 268

1863 Time Is Money Exigency F-NY-630-AK-1a cwt Gra

1863 Time Is Money Exigency F-NY-630-AK-1a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider+.


Lot#: 269

1880-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 270

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1916-s Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1916-s Wheat Cent, 1894 Indian cent other end, Seal Strong Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable Seal Strong Wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 271

1885-p Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 273

1896-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 274

1874 Indian 1c Grades xf details

1874 Indian Cent 1c Grades xf details. According to Jaime Hernandez from PCGS, The 1874 Indian Cent is somewhat of a scarcer issue. Semi key date that in circulated grades carries a premium over the type coins in the series. With an original mintage of over 14.2 million; PCGS estimated that only 6000 survive in all grades.


Lot#: 275

1934-p Mercury 10c Grades Select Unc+ FSB

1934-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades Select Unc+ FSB.


Lot#: 277

1921-s Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1921-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 278

1862 US Fractional Currency 10c First Issue fr-124

1862 US Fractional Currency 10c First Issue fr-1242 Washington Grades Choice AU/BU Slider. Scarcest Varity of all the 10c first issue Fractional Currency. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 279

1886-p Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 280

1800's $10 The Bank of Georgetown, SOUTH CAROLINA

1800's $10 The Bank of Georgetown, SOUTH CAROLINA Grades vf details.


Lot#: 281

1899-o Morgan $1 Grades Unc Details

1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Unc Details.


Lot#: 282

1923-s Vam 1E1 R5 Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1923-s Vam 1E1 R5 Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 284

1863 Union F-236-426a cwt Grades Choice AU/BU Slid

1863 Union F-236-426a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 285

1897-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1897-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 286

Starter Indian Cent Book 1862-1909 11 coins

Starter Indian Cent Book 1862-1909 11 coins. A excellent starter Indian cent Book. Dates Included range from 1862-1909. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 11 coins.


Lot#: 287

1945-s Mercury 10c Grades GEM+ Unc

1945-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 288

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Aladdin

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Aladdin Hotel silver $1 roll $20, 1884 & 1879 end. This roll is held in an old casino wrapper from the Aladdin Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. This roll contains 20 Morgan and/or Peace Silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. The Dates may range from 1878 to 1935. Better dates/mint marks & conditions may be found but should not be expected. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is both 20 Silver Dollars and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a huge Estate Hoard of these Rolls.


Lot#: 289

1887-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1887-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 290

1971-s Rainbow Toned Eisenhower $1 Grades GEM++ Pr

1971-s Rainbow Toned Eisenhower Dollar $1 Grades GEM++ Proof Deep Cameo.


Lot#: 292

1905 Indian 1c Grades Select Unc RB

1905 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select Unc RB.


Lot#: 293

1884-o Colorfully Toned Morgan $1 Grades Choice Un

1884-o Colorfully Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 294

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Speelman & White Fr-239 Grades vf, very fine. FR 239. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 295

1863 Liberty Cap F-26-418a cwt Grades xf details

1863 Liberty Cap F-26-418a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf details.


Lot#: 296

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1960-d 50 pcs Brandt Wrap

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1960-d 50 pcs Brandt Wrapper. A terrific Shotgun roll of Lincoln cents.Trends ms65 rd $20 Estimate $1000


Lot#: 297

1882-s Vam 14 Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1882-s Vam 14 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 298

1918-d Lincoln 1c Grades Select Unc BN

1918-d Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Select Unc BN.


Lot#: 299

1885-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 300

1922-s Peace $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1922-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 301

1916-p Mercury 10c Grades Unc Details FSB

1916-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades Unc Details FSB.


Lot#: 302

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1923 & d Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 303

*Highlight* 1885-o Morgan $1 Graded ms66+

***Auction Highlight*** 1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 304

1925 Stone Mountain Old Commem 50c Grades Choice+

1925 Stone Mountain Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc. One of the most Beloved Commemoratives. A perennial favorite and one of the most popular commemoratives - the Stone Mountain never dissapoints in its desirability. It celebrates the construction of a monument carved into The Stone Mountain outside of Atlanta, except the Monument was not completed till 1970 some 45 years after is minting. The original designer of the monument was discharged after a falling out and went on to create Mount Rushmore. When Examining a Stone Mountain Commemorative examine General Lee?s elbow and the eagle?s breast for the first signs of wear.


Lot#: 305

1881-s Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 306

*Highlight* 1915-p Indian $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1915-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 307

1889-p Colorfully Toned Morgan $1 Grades Choice Un

1889-p Colorfully Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 308

(1863) Army & Navy F-221-324a cwt Grades Select AU

(1863) Army & Navy F-221-324a Civil War Token 1c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 309

1878-s Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc. Slightly better date. First year of issue.


Lot#: 310

Third Issue 25c Fractional Currency FR-1291 SPNMB

Third Issue 25c Fractional Currency FR-1291 SPNMB Red Back Graded au53 By PMG. 0 Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 311

1870-p Seated Liberty 1/2 10c Grades Select Unc

1870-p Seated Liberty Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 312

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgu

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1889 & O Ends Virtually UNC. . Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll In an old Brinks Wrapper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. An Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Weighs 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.6 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.72 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars.


Lot#: 313

1921-d Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1921-d Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 314

Ner Complete Sacagawea Dollar Book 2000-2008 28 co

Ner Complete Sacagawea Dollar Book 2000-2008 28 coins. A excellent Near Complete Sacagawea Book. Dates Included range from 2000-2008. All coins encased in a nice Dansco coin book. An Excellent grouping of 28 coins. Includes 14 proofs. High quality set


Lot#: 315

1912-s Lincoln 1c Grades Choice Unc BN

1912-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc BN. According to David Hall from PCGS, 'The 1912-s, like all early s-mint Lincolns, is a scarce semi-key date in all grades.


Lot#: 316

(1863) Crossed Cannons F-163-252a cwt Grades Selec

(1863) Crossed Cannons F-163-252a Civil War Token 1c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 317

1909 vdb Lincoln 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RD

1909 vdb Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RD. Always sought after date. Always popular.


Lot#: 318

1834 O-105 Capped Bust 50c Grades vf++

1834 O-105 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades vf++.


Lot#: 319

*Highlight* 1901-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65

***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1901-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 320

1851 G$1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1851 Gold Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 321

1880-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 322

1925-p Mercury 10c Grades Choice Unc FSB

1925-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades Choice Unc FSB.


Lot#: 323

1901-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1901-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 324

1917 $1 Legal Tender Note, George Washington Signa

1917 $1 Legal Tender Note, George Washington Signatures of Speelman & White, FR39 Grades f+. 1917 $1 Legal Tender, Signatures of Speelman & White, FR39. This 1917 $1 note is the last large-sized legal tender bank note ever issued. It's referred to as a "Horseblanket Note," due to their large size. The obverse features Washington and a vignette of Columbus sighting America. The reverse shows a "sawhorse" design. Add in the bright red seal and serial numbers and you've got a miniature work of art.


Lot#: 325

1881-s /s Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1881-s /s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 326

*Highlight* 1936-p Oregon Trail Old Commem 50c Gra

***Auction Highlight*** 1936-p Oregon Trail Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 327

1899-o Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ Unc

1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 328

1863 Turban Liberty F-45-332a cwt Grades Select AU

1863 Turban Liberty F-45-332a Civil War Token 1c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 329

*Highlight* 1883-o Morgan $1 Graded ms66

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS. Faint roller marks on each side remain from the original planchet preparation before this piece was struck.


Lot#: 330

1935-p Peace $1 Grades Choice Unc

1935-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 331

*Highlight* 1900-o/cc Top 100 Vam 11 I4 R4 Morgan

***Auction Highlight*** 1900-o/cc Top 100 Vam 11 I4 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 332

*Highlight* 1914-s Buffalo 5c Graded Choice+ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1914-s Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded Choice+ Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 333

1880/79-s Vam 8 Top 100 I4 R4 Morgan $1 Grades GEM

1880/79-s Vam 8 Top 100 I4 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc PL.


Lot#: 334

*Highlight* 1917-p Ty I Standing Liberty 25c Grade

***Auction Highlight*** 1917-p Ty I Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded Choice Unc+ FH By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 335

***Auction Highlight*** Near Complete Mercury Dime

***Auction Highlight*** Near Complete Mercury Dime Book 19316-1945 67 coins. A excellent Near Complete Mercury Dime book. Dates Included range from 1916-1945. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 67 coins. Missing only 8 coins has not been checked for FSB. Several are uncs


Lot#: 336

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1884-o Unc

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1884-o Uncirculated Morgan silver dollar roll, 20 coins. This roll is held in an old Steel strong wrapper, patented 1921, stamped "Bankers Trust Company of Philadelphia, Walnut Street at Juniper. 1884-o Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends. Weighs Perfectly as an Uncirculated Roll. Trends in ms64 is $85 and ms63 is $75. One ms66 is $260 and one ms65 is $140.


Lot#: 337

*Highlight* 1883-cc GSA Hoard Morgan $1 Grades GEM

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-cc GSA Hoard Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 338

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1919-d Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1919-d Wheat Cent, 1898 Indian cent other end, McDonalds Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable McDonalds Wrapper. Look for the Golden Arches. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 339

*Highlight* 1880-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65+ DMPL

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ DMPL By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 340

1918 $1 National Currency Federal Reserve Bank of

1918 $1 National Currency Federal Reserve Bank of New York Graded vf20 By PMG. FR 711 There are three different years found on series of 1918 one dollar bills.? Despite also saying 1914 and 1913, these are referred to by collectors as 1918 federal reserve bank notes.? Collectors have given this note the nickname of the ?Flying Eagle.?? The back of the note shows why the bill received its nickname. Keep in mind that series of 1918 one dollar federal reserve bank notes were issued for 12 different banks. The artwork will all be the same though.? George Washington is on the left hand side of the bill.? There is a blue seal on the right hand side of the bill and the serial numbers are in blue ink. Signatures Teehee & Burke for the Treasury. Hendricks & Strong for New York. In total there are 39 different signature combinations for 1918 one dollar federal reserve notes


Lot#: 341

1880-s OGH Morgan $1 Graded ms65

PCGS 1880-s OGH Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By PCGS.


Lot#: 342

*Highlight* 1858 3cs Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1858 Three Cent Silver 3cs Graded Select Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 343

1921-p Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc PL

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc PL.


Lot#: 344

*Highlight* 1928-p Peace $1 Graded Select+ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1928-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. Incredibly scarce date, lowest mintage in the entire Peace Dollar Series. Scarce in all grades. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 345

*Highlight* 1897-o Morgan $1 Graded au58+

***Auction Highlight*** 1897-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded au58+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 346

***Auction Highlight*** Original sealed box 5- 199

***Auction Highlight*** Original sealed box 5- 1994 United States Mint Proof Sets. Original sealed box 5- 1994 United States Mint Proof Sets. Up for Auction is an Unopened Mailer Box from 1994 containing 5 1994 Proof Sets!!!! Wow! - This Mailer Box is sealed exactly as it left the mint over 30 years ago. Each Proof set in this mailer box has never been reviewed or examined by anyone. Virtually every 1994 Proof Set has been looked at by Coin Experts who have identified potential PR70 DCAM Coins and had them slabbed. Those opened Proof Sets you find at coin shows or for sale individually have almost certainly been examined and reviewed. NOT ONE OF THE FIVE SETS IN THIS MAILER BOX HAVE BEEN SEEN BY HUMAN EYES IN 40 YEARS , So, What COULD be in these Sets, Well here are the 5 things that could be inside. An Kennedy 50c in PR70 DCAM Trending $60, a Washington 25c in PR70 DCAM Trending $125, a Roosevelt Dime in PR70 DCAM Trending $45, BUT That?s Just the Start, There also could be a Jefferson 5c in PR70 DCAM, TRENDING $40 & a Lincoln 1c in PR70 DCAM Trending $95! And there can be FIVE of Each in this BOX, This could be one of the very last boxes in EXISTENCE. This ?WONKA? Box could Contain Coins Worth $1,825 - Good Luck in Obtaining This Unopened Mailer Box of 5 1994 Proof Sets!!!


Lot#: 347

*Highlight* 1874-p Cameo Liberty $10 Graded ms62+

***Auction Highlight*** 1874-p Cameo Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded ms62+ pl By SEGS. Up for Auction is true numismatic rarity, a Proof Like and light Cameo 1874 $10 Liberty. To date SEGS has only graded 1 as PL, NGC 2 as PL and PCGS none. This example has a terrific orange gold color and nice reflective fields with heavily frosted devices. Stray marks in the field are consistent with the grade. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 348

*Highlight* 1802 S-237 EDS Draped Bust 1c Graded S

***Auction Highlight*** 1802 S-237 EDS Draped Bust Large Cent 1c Graded Select Unc BN By USCG. Smooth in hand with a hard, tight, satiny texture, this endearing example is further enhanced by blended medium and golden-brown patina. The strike well centered and both sides are fully denticulated. Detail is sharp in all areas save for over the lower right portion of the wreath and the upper curls. Close inspection with a loupe reveals faint marks in the left and right obverse field, commensurate with the grade that are easily overlooked and just as easily forgiven. All in all, a pleasing high grade example of the type and variety that is sure to catch the eye of discerning bidders. Breen Die State II. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 349

*Highlight* 1904-p Morgan $1 Graded ms65+

***Auction Highlight*** 1904-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS. This pretty Gem plus exhibits untoned brilliant surfaces both the obverse and reverse. Both sides are sharply struck with smooth, frosty mint luster. One of the scarcer Philadelphia Mint Morgan dollars in Mint State, the 1904 was not widely represented in any silver dollar releases from government holdings during the middle decades of the 20th century. Q. David Bowers (1993) talks of releases "in the 1941-1942 years, in the 1950s and again in the early 1960s, but, apparently, there was no major release at any specific time." With the typical survivor grading no finer than MS-64 by today's strict standards, the premium quality Gem offered here offers both absolute scarcity and condition rarity that will appeal to the advanced Morgan dollar enthusiast. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 350

*Highlight* 1795 O-105 R-4 Flowing Hair 50c Graded

***Auction Highlight*** 1795 O-105 R-4 Flowing Hair Half Dollar 50c Graded au58 By SEGS. 1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar, o-105 R-4 au58 SEGS. Two points of star 1 are attached solidly to the lowest curl, and the point of star 2 lies entirely across the end of the second curl from the bottom. On the reverse the berries are arranged 10 and seven, and there is one berry above, one below the R in AMERICA. After the considerably smaller mintage of 1794 Flowing Hair, Small Eagle half dollars, recorded as 23,464 coins, the fledgling U.S. Mint produced a much larger quantity of 1795 half dollars, recorded as 299,680 pieces. Those recorded mintages are, of course, the numbers of coins produced in each year -- not the number of coins dated in each of those two years. While 1794's emission produced a total of 11 Overton varieties seen to date, the 1795 mintage, which was 12 times larger, produced only three times as many die marriages -- 33. While it is understandable that as mint personnel gained experience in coining the new denomination they would manage to achieve a greater number of coins struck per die, it still appears that the numbers of known varieties compared to the recorded mintages are somewhat askew. Perhaps there were more 1794-dated pieces produced in 1795, making the 1795 rarer than generally acknowledged. While this is speculation, it does seem to square with the available evidence. However, the fact remains that the 1795 half dollars are much less rare than the 1794 pieces, making the 1795-dated pieces the obvious choice to represent the Flowing Hair, Small Eagle type. The present coin offers original lustrous, mostly untoned surfaces with a light cast of multi color toning over each side. Slight weaker strike in the centers, but full detail in the outer devices. A piece destined to form the centerpiece of an advanced date or type collection. This piece occupies the sixth slot among top-grade O-105's. Tied for 6th finest in the Variety. We have included an ms61 o-105 for your comparison. I think you will agree based on the ms61 example, our au58 is soundly graded. It is worth noting that the variety is so scarce that the highest ever graded by PCGS was a vf30. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 351

*Highlight* 1811 C-2 R3 Classic Head 1/2c Graded x

***Auction Highlight*** 1811 C-2 R3 Classic Head half cent 1/2c Graded xf45 Details By SEGS. The Close Date variety. Other than the proof-only 1831 and 1836 issues, the 1811 is the key to the Classic Head half cent series. The obverse is medium-brown with deeper color evident near the date and the lower stars, while the reverse is a more uniform deep brown. The obverse has several very light marks which is the reason for the details grade. A high degree of detail is evident under light wear; indeed, the reverse is especially attractive for the grade. A coin for the Half Cent specialist or the date collector intent on completing a high grade set. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 352

*Highlight* 1811 O-110 Capped Bust 50c Graded Sele

***Auction Highlight*** 1811 O-110 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. The date numerals slant left on this Overton 110 variety. On the reverse, the AM in AMERICA are joined at the bases. This Capped Bust type coin is radiantly lustrous and toned a very attractive antique silver. Several of the left-hand stars are weak, but the central devices show bold definition. Eye appeal is outstanding for the grade, well-deserving of the Plus designation. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 353

*Highlight* 1889-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65+

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS. There is no trace of toning on this blazing white specimen, and the strike is sharp on the obverse and reverse. The reverse die does look worn a tad, but this is typical of the issue and all the important design elements are well formed. Liberty's cheek is exceptional and free of virtually any sign of contact from other coins, keeping the eye appeal high and the frosty luster intact. A delight to behold and certainly one of the finest examples of this date from the New Orleans Mint. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 354

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note,

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note, Chicago, IL 7-G Grades Select AU. Despite having 1913 written on them, these are actually from the series of 1914, as it says on the right and left hands side of each note. An engraved portrait of President Abarham Lincoln is on the note's face and the back features two vignettes titled Columbus's Discovery of Land and The Landing of the Pilgrims


Lot#: 355

*Highlight* 1882-o /o Vam 25 Morgan $1 Graded ms66

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-o /o Vam 25 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS. Incredible quality, not only in terms of preservation (as excellent as the grade implies) but also the strike and luster. If poor definition is the rule, the crisp lines on the hair over Liberty's ear and the eagle's breast feathers make this Superb Gem a remarkable exception; the luster too is bold, prominently cartwheeled with thin gold and peach accents in the fields. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 356

*Highlight* 1824/2 JR-1 Capped Bust 10c Graded Cho

***Auction Highlight*** 1824/2 JR-1 Capped Bust Dime 10c Graded Choice AU/BU Slider By USCG. Up for Auction is an ultra rare and lustrous 1824/2 Capped Bust Dime. Only 225 survive in all grades and only 25 in mint state. The coin at hand has just a bit of rub at the high points and virtually full luster. Plagued by weak strikes, the issue generally lacks full detail in the center devices. I have included 3 other examples to illustrate. Two au53 and one au58 example. The coin needs to be graded via the luster, which is virtually full. Even on the reverse where the luster is impeccable and unbroken, you will see the same weak strike on the eagles neck as on the three other examples provided. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin


Lot#: 357

1887-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1887-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 358

1904-o Morgan $1 Graded ms66

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS.


Lot#: 359

*Highlight* 1908 Motto Saint-Gaudens $20 Graded ms

***Auction Highlight*** PCGS 1908 Motto Gold Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle $20 Graded ms64 By PCGS. Two subtypes exist of the 1908 double eagle, the No Motto coins and the Congressionally mandated With Motto variant. This near-Gem With Motto displays rich reddish-tinted frosted mint luster. The strike details are complete on each side and there are no mentionable abrasions


Lot#: 360

***Auction Highlight*** 1879 & CC Uncirculated Mor

***Auction Highlight*** 1879 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll. Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends, Carson City, Nevada Investment and Trust Co wrapper. Weighs Perfectly as a Uncirculated Roll.


Lot#: 361

*Highlight* 1896-o Morgan $1 Graded ms61

***Auction Highlight*** 1896-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms61 By SEGS. Uncirculated without a whisper of wear. Not even a rub at the high points. Strictly uncirculated!


Lot#: 362

*Highlight* 1798 Large Eagle BB-105 Draped Bust $1

***Auction Highlight*** 1798 Large Eagle BB-105 Draped Bust Dollar $1 Graded vf20 By SEGS. Bowers Die State III. A pleasing yet collectible lavender-gray Heraldic Eagle type coin. No marks are remotely consequential, and the eagle's definition is surprisingly sharp. Liberty's cheek and shoulder display the expected degree of wear. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin


Lot#: 363

*Highlight* 1893-cc Morgan $1 Graded au58+

***Auction Highlight*** 1893-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded au58+ By SEGS. A meager mintage of 677,000 Morgan dollars was achieved at the Carson City Mint in 1893, the final year of coinage operations at the famous Western facility. This Plus-graded near-Mint specimen exhibits sharply detailed design elements with the slightest trace of wear on the high points. The lightly abraded, creamy surfaces retain much of their original mint luster, adding to the considerable eye appeal A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin


Lot#: 364

Lincoln Wheat cent 1c orig roll, 1909-s end, VDB o

Lincoln Wheat cent 1c orig roll, 1909-s end, VDB other end. Lincoln Wheat cent 1c original Shotgun Roll, 1909-s on one end, VDB reverse on the other. The roll is held in a Rare & Collectable Brandt wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. From the feedback we have been receiving, people are happy with these rolls, nearly half the roll seems to be teens, all the rolls have a few Indians, most of the rolls have some steel cents, and a lot of the wheaties are mintmarks. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate. This particular Roll shows a 1909-s on one end and a VDB reverse on the other end.


Lot#: 365

*Highlight* 1884-s Morgan $1 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. This is an attractive and desirable Uncirculated specimen of an eagerly sought Morgan dollar. Virtually untoned surfaces, with slight reflectivity. It is boldly to sharply struck throughout with a very attractive appearance for the assigned grade. The 1884-S is one of the most famous condition rarities in the Morgan dollar series. Though 3.2 million pieces were struck -- a generous total for the type -- the vast majority were spent and spent again in local commerce, and today the typical grade may be EF or AU, with many survivors well below those grades. The scarcity and value of this issue increases exponentially in Mint State, where it becomes a significant challenge for advanced Morgan specialists. Clearly the present offering represents an important opportunity in today's market. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 366

*Highlight* 1874 Arrows Seated Liberty 25c Graded

***Auction Highlight*** 1874 Arrows Seated Liberty Quarter 25c Graded ms65+ By SEGS. The exquisite frosty surfaces of this quarter are enhanced by bold crescents of slate blue peripheral toning on the obverse. On the reverse, slate blue is seen around the border, while the rest is brilliant. Fully struck throughout with silky smooth surfaces that are very close to numismatic perfection. During the 1870s, silver became the focus of considerable attention. Huge amounts of the metal ore were discovered in Nevada's Comstock Lode. Additionally, a massive quantity of the metal was released by France and Germany when they adopted the gold standard. These factors helped to drive down the price of silver worldwide. To address this concern and mollify the silver barons out West, the Coinage Act of February 12, 1873, was passed, demonetizing silver and effectively putting the United States on the gold standard. One minor addition to the bill was an ever so small increase in the weight of the remaining silver denominations. For the quarter this translated to an increase from 6.22 grams to 6.25 grams, an almost insignificant amount. The Mint added arrows on either side of the date as it had done in 1853 with the last weight change. These arrows proved to be essentially superfluous so they were removed after 1874. A moderate number of 1874 quarters survive, though primarily in circulated grades. Choice Mint State examples can be found, but locating a Gem can be very challenging. The present example is the single finest certified at SEGS and in the top 10 overall. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 367

*Highlight* 1806 BD-6 Draped Bust $5 Graded au53 D

***Auction Highlight*** 1806 BD-6 Gold Draped Bust Half Eagle 5 Graded au53 Details By SEGS. The 1806 Capped Bust Right eagle is known in six different die varieties. This still-attractive specimen is lightly worn and lightly abraded, with pleasing lemon-yellow surfaces that show a few marks on the obverse. Possibly planchet flaws. This coin represents the popular BD-6 variety, easily identified by the Round Top 6 in the date and the arrangement of the obverse stars in a 7x6 array (all the other varieties have a Pointed 6 and stars arranged 8x5). The BD-6 has a surviving population of 600-900 examples in all grades, making it a favorite choice of type collectors. The durable BD-6 die pair probably struck 35,000-50,000 examples of the large reported mintage. This was the only use of the obverse die, but the reverse was used previously to strike the BD-5 variety of this date. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 368

*Highlight* 1864-p WB-102 RPD Seated Liberty 50c G

***Auction Highlight*** 1864-p WB-102 RPD Seated Half Dollar 50c Graded Choice Unc By USCG. Superb example of the Civil War issue. This is the WB-102 Variety. The WB-102 Shows Repunching that is evident on the base of the 1 and the crossbar of the 4. A thin die crack runs along the outer edge of the reverse legends. Heavy clash marks appear throughout. Wiley-Bugert rate this die marriage High R.6 in Mint State. The surfaces appear semi Proof Like, but the highlight of this spectacular coin has to be the razor sharp, deep strike. One of the best strikes I?ve ever seen on any Seated Half. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 369

*Highlight* 1893-p Vam 4 Top 100 Morgan $1 Graded

***Auction Highlight*** 1893-p Vam 4 Top 100 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice AU/BU Slider+ By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 370

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Ha

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Halves Dunes Hotel Vegas 1918 Walker & 'D' Franklin Ends. Up for auction is a Consignment I have secured a collection of old 1960?s Las Vegas Casino Half Dollar Shot Gun Rolls from various Casinos. These Rolls contain 20 Half Dollars. They have tight ends and are wild!. I opened three rolls to examine the contents and what I found was mostly Circulated Walkers, a few Franklins and a Seated coin or two and a couple of Barbers. But after I opened the rolls, I wished I hadn?t as they were so cool as antique Las Vegas Half Rolls. I have only seen a handful of these ever. The consignee has given us some additional rolls. We estimate the rolls to be worth $2000 each as a collectable antique, but if the roll is opened and has a rare date, who knows the value, a 1921 Walker even in low grade is worth over $500, and several other dates are worth over $200 each. But who knows, maybe a rare 1878-s Seated is inside. ($35k in g4), or an 1892-o Barber ($5k in G4). In any event the rolls themselves are amazing collectibles of a bygone era of the Rat pack and Las Vegas. From the rolls we have received there are 10 different casinos. Good Luck.


Lot#: 371

1917 $2 Large Size Legal Tender Note FR-59 Thomas

1917 $2 Large Size Legal Tender Note FR-59 Thomas Jefferson Grades vf++. This 1917 $2 Jefferson Legal Tender Currency Note is only the second two dollar bill in history. It shows a portrait of Jefferson and an old vignette of the Capitol building from way back in the day. The reverse features a prominent fancy "2" surrounded by a "bracelet" of seals. The intricate engraving, the bold red seal, and serial number create a fantastic image; You can't stop studying it! This is the last large size $2 legal tender note ever printed.


Lot#: 372

*Highlight* 1955/1955 DDO Lincoln 1c Graded Select

***Auction Highlight*** 1955/1955 DDO Lincoln Cent 1c Graded Select Unc RD By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 373

*Highlight* 1884-cc GSA Hoard Morgan $1 Grades GEM

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-cc GSA Hoard Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 374

*Highlight* 1926-d Buffalo 5c Graded Choice Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1926-d Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded Choice Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 375

*Highlight* 1898-o Morgan $1 Graded ms66+

***Auction Highlight*** 1898-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 376

1853 Braided Hair 1/2c Grades Select Unc BN

1853 Braided Hair Half Cent 1/2c Grades Select Unc BN. Per Ron Guth of PCGS : The Braided Hair half cents boast some of the lowest mintages of any U.S. coin types and are among the best values, as well. Every date in this type boasts a low mintage. By way of comparison, the mintage of the any Braided hair Half Cent is almost a fraction of the mintage of the 1909-S VDB Lincoln Cent (a far more valuable coin), making this an excellent value.


Lot#: 377

***Auction Highlight*** Complete Roosevelt Dime Bo

***Auction Highlight*** Complete Roosevelt Dime Book 1946-1974 71 coins. A excellent near complete Roosevelt Dime Book. Dates Included range from 1946-1974. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 71 coins. Contains Spectacular high grade unc set of all the silver coins from a946-1964 all appear to be gem some appear to me ms66 has not been checked for full torches PQ Set


Lot#: 378

Chilton Block Coal Co. cwt xf

Chilton Block Coal Co. Coal Token xf. CHILTON BLOCK COAL CO. / 5 / ETHEL, W. VA. Token Catalog #157137 Ethel, West Virginia (Logan County), U.S.A. PAYABLE IN MERCHANDISE ONLY / 5 / ORCO / REG. U.S. PAT. OFF. / OSBORNE REGISTER / CIN, O. U.S.A. / NOT TRANSFERABLE


Lot#: 379

*Highlight* 1878-s Rainbow Toned Morgan $1 Graded

***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1878-s Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By NGC.


Lot#: 380

*Highlight* 1855 N-9 Braided Hair 1c Graded Choic

***Auction Highlight*** 1855 N-9 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Graded Choice Unc BN By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 381

*Highlight* 1879-p Morgan $1 Graded ms65 dmpl

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 dmpl By SEGS. This remarkable strike rarity is sure to appeal to advanced collectors of proof like Morgan dollars. Satiny in texture with razor sharp definition, the devices appear to float atop the reflective fields. Both sides are fully brilliant and expertly preserved allowing ready appreciation of this bold cameo contrast. Certainly obtainable in an absolute sense, the 1879 is surprisingly scarce in DMPL. Indeed, many proof like examples are reflective on only one side of the coin, usually the obverse, and the fields tend to be "cloudy" with limited depth to the reflectivity. Writing in the 1993 reference Silver Dollars & Trade Dollars of the United States: A Complete Encyclopedia, however, Q. David Bowers references a small group of high quality cameo proof like 1879 dollars that entered the numismatic market in 1977 through a San Francisco dealer. The number of coins involved in that dispersal was apparently limited, and they have long since been absorbed by the market. We do not know if the present example was part of that group, but it is certainly an exceptionally well produced and fully deep mirror proof like. Beautiful and conditionally rare, and worthy of strong bids. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 382

*Highlight* 1928-p Indian $2 1/2 Graded GEM Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1928-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded GEM Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 383

*Highlight* 1881-o Near Top POP Morgan $1 Graded m

***Auction Highlight*** 1881-o Near Top POP Morgan $1 Graded ms65+ By SEGS. This is a gorgeous example of the issue that ranks among the finest known. Brilliant satin white surfaces are highly lustrous with a silky smooth, virtually pristine appearance. Light pale yellow toning adorns the obverse. Fully struck with abundant eye appeal. As with so many Morgan dollar deliveries, the 1881-O is plentiful in lower Mint State grades but scarce to rare any finer than MS-64. Premium quality both in terms of striking quality and surface preservation, this impressive MS-65+ is seemingly earmarked for inclusion in an advanced collection of this widely collected series. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin


Lot#: 384

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1878-cc Mo

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1878-cc Morgan silver $1 roll, 20 coins. This roll is held in an old Steel strong wrapper, patented 1921, stamped "Bankers Trust Company of Philadelphia, Walnut Street at Juniper. This roll contains 20, 1878-cc Morgan silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is 20 Silver Dollars, that all 20 are 1878-cc and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a large Estate Hoard of solid date Rolls. Trends lists au50 at $230, xf40 at $185, vf20 at $160, f12 at $140, vg8 at $130, g4 at $120.


Lot#: 385

1884-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL.


Lot#: 386

1914 Large Size $10 Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note

1914 Large Size $10 Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note Fr-934 (St.Louis,MI) 8-H Grades vf+. Despite having 1913 written on them, these are actually from the series of 1914, as it says on the right and left hands side of each note. An engraved portrait of President Andrew Jackson is on the note's face and the back features two vignettes titled Farming and Industry


Lot#: 387

*Highlight* 1888-s Morgan $1 Graded Select+ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1888-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 388

1926-d Peace $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1926-d Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 389

*Highlight* 1900-o TOP POP! Morgan $1 Graded ms68

***Auction Highlight*** 1900-o TOP POP! Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms68 By SEGS. HIGHLIGHT OF THE ENTIRE AUCTION. Single Finest Known 1900-o Morgan Dollar, Lone TOP POP. The mintage exceeding 12.5 million pieces makes the 1900-O a readily available coin in all but the highest Mint State grades -- an honor this example proudly displays. In short, the luster and strike on the coin are incredible. It displays vibrant Mint freshness seldom seen on an O-Mint dollar of any date, with the portrait of Liberty fully brought up and the cheek smooth and rounded. Brilliant surfaces are frosted and entirely untoned. Although the 1900-O is an available issue in lesser grades, there are no finer examples than this MS68. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 390

*Highlight* 1876-cc Seated Liberty 10c Graded Sele

***Auction Highlight*** 1876-cc Seated Liberty Dime 10c Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 391

1889-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1889-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 392

*Highlight* 1933-s Walking Liberty 50c Graded Sele

***Auction Highlight*** 1933-s Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 393

*Highlight* 1896-o Vam 16 R5 Morgan $1 Graded Sele

***Auction Highlight*** 1896-o Vam 16 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. Up for Auction is a Key Date 1896-o. Silvery and lightly toned obverse and fully untoned reverse. Minimally abraded surfaces, this appealing coin is worthy of a strong bid. A true condition rarity among Morgan dollars, the 1896-O is readily obtainable in worn condition yet scarce to rare in all Mint State grades. When we further consider that most Uncirculated survivors of this 4,900,000-piece issue are poorly struck with inferior luster, the present offering is sure to catch the eye of the discerning Morgan dollar collector. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin


Lot#: 394

*Highlight* 1925-d Lincoln 1c Graded ms64+ rb

***Auction Highlight*** 1925-d Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms64+ rb By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 395

*Highlight* 1917 McKinley Gold Commem $1 Graded Se

***Auction Highlight*** 1917 McKinley Gold Commem Dollar 1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. Issued in 1917 on the 75th Anniversary of McKinley's Birth, but Due to His Untimely Demise by an Assassin, this Commemorative was Issued to Help Create a Memorial in his Hometown. When Examining a McKinley Commem, Points to Examine for the First Signs of Wear include McKinley?s Temple and the Hair Above His Ear; on the Reverse, Check the Pillar Above the Second Numeral 1 and the Base of the Flagpole. The 1917 is Much Scarcer with Q. David Bowers Estimating only 5,000 Pieces Were Ever Distributed! A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 396

*Highlight* 1895 Indian 1c Graded ms65+ rb

***Auction Highlight*** 1895 Indian Cent 1c Graded ms65+ rb By SEGS. 0


Lot#: 397

*Highlight* 1879-s Morgan $1 Graded ms68

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms68 By SEGS. At the threshold of numismatic perfection, this fully struck, exceptionally well preserved Superb Gem would do equally well in a high grade type or date set. The 1879-S Morgan dollar is by no means a rare coin in the strictest sense until you reach the very upper echelons of preservation. Many thousands of Uncirculated 1879-S dollars exist up to and including the Gem level, but further up the numbers thin out significantly. Almost the entire production run of 9,110,000 coins struck at San Francisco were not paid out, but rather remained in the Mint's vaults, only gradually being released in quantities in 1942 and again in the early 1960s. Most Mint State survivors come from those releases and most often will have bag marks or other abrasions from being moved around from vault to vault during counts in large and very heavy $1,000 face value sacks for the better part of 80 years. Pristine examples become challenging above the MS-67 level. Ever so close to perfect and a showcase coin for any numismatist. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 398

1863 Liberty Cap F-13-297a cwt Grades Choice AU/BU

1863 Liberty Cap F-13-297a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 399

1904-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65

1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC. 0


Lot#: 400

1899 $2 Large Size Silver Certificate "Mini-Portho

1899 $2 Large Size Silver Certificate "Mini-Portholes" Fr-256 Teehee-Burke Grades f, fine. The Series 1899 $2 Silver Certificate is notable not only for being the last $2 silver certificate series printed, but also because it is the only $2 bill to feature a portrait of George Washington instead of the more common Thomas Jefferson image. Because Washington?s portrait on the bill?s face is small and surrounded by an oval frame resembling a ship?s porthole, collectors have named it the ?Mini-Porthole? bill.


Lot#: 401

*Highlight* 1898-p Morgan $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl

***Auction Highlight*** 1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl BY SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 402

*Highlight* 1849 N-9 R4 Braided Hair 1c Graded au5

***Auction Highlight*** 1849 N-9 R4 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Graded au58 By SEGS. Up for Auction is a Very Rare Newcomb 9 variety of the 1849. The Newcomb 9 is a Rarity 4 variety, and it has only ever been certified by PCGS 5 times, and 3 By SEGS, and 0 by NGC. There are only 2 known Mint State Newcomb 9 survivors in the condition census. This would be the third finest Newcomb 9. The Newcomb 9, trends 6 times that of a regular 1849. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 404

1934-p Peace $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1934-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 405

1881-s Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ PL

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ PL.


Lot#: 406

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1959-d 50 pcs Brandt Wrap

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1959-d 50 pcs Brandt Wrapper. A terrific Shotgun roll of Lincoln cents. All coins cherry red. Trends ms65 rd $12 Estimate $600


Lot#: 407

1882-s Vam 14 Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1882-s Vam 14 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 408

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgu

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1883 & P Ends Virtually UNC. . Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll In an old Brinks Wrapper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. An Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Weighs 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.68 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.72 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars.


Lot#: 409

1878-p Rev '79 Vam 229 R5 Morgan $1 Grades Select

1878-p Rev '79 Vam 229 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 411

1892-p Vam 5 Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1892-p Vam 5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 412

1863 Little Mack F-140/394a cwt Grades vf++

1863 Little Mack F-140/394a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++.


Lot#: 413

*Highlight* 1915-p Indian $2 1/2 Graded ms64

***Auction Highlight*** 1915-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded ms64 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 414

*Highlight* 1920-s Mercury 10c Graded Unc+ FSB

***Auction Highlight*** 1920-s Mercury Dime 10c Graded Unc+ FSB By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 415

1896 $1 Silver Certificate Martha & George Washing

1896 $1 Silver Certificate Martha & George Washington "Educational Series" FR-224 Tilman-Morgan Grades g+. In 1896, the U.S. Treasury printed Silver Certificates with beautiful designs depicting educational motifs. Known as the ?Educational Series,? each of these notes is a numismatic masterpiece. They?re also incredibly difficult to come by on the front, paired on the back with a first and only in U.S. currency: the portraits of BOTH George and Martha Washington! Due to their theme, these notes became known as ?One Dollar Eds? and they feature much more than just History in the form of a reclining woman pointing towards a panoramic view of the Potomac River and Washington, DC with her arm wrapped around Youth represented by the figure a young boy. Besides the images of the Washington Monument and Capitol building, the United States Constitution can be seen on the right side of the bill. Additionally, the last names of important Americans are printed in wreaths that surround the front of the bill. Some of those listed include Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Robert Fulton and Ulysses Grant. Most of the people were included because of their artistic, cultural, or scientific achievements. In the book 100 Greatest Currency Notes by Q. David Bowers, the $1 Educational Note is ranked #7


Lot#: 416

1902 Indian 1c Grades Gem+ Unc RB

1902 Indian Cent 1c Grades Gem+ Unc RB.


Lot#: 417

1878-p 7/8tf Vam 41B Top 100 WOW! 7/7 I5 R6 Morgan

1878-p 7/8tf Vam 41B Top 100 WOW! 7/7 I5 R6 Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 418

Partial Lincoln cent Book 1941-1974 64 coins

Partial Lincoln cent Book 1941-1974 64 coins. A excellent partial Lincoln cent Book. Dates Included range from 1941-1974. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 64 coins. Most coins are gem cherry red some are red browns all are uncs


Lot#: 419

1881-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 420

1834 Coronet Head 1c Grades xf

1834 Coronet Head Large Cent 1c Grades xf.


Lot#: 421

1886-p Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 422

1926-p Peace $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1926-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 425

1890-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1890-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 426

1787 Connecticut Colonial 1c Grades vg+

1787 Connecticut Colonial Cent 1c Grades vg+.


Lot#: 428

(1863) Crossed Cannons 350/337a cwt Grades Select

(1863) Crossed Cannons 350/337a Civil War Token 1c Grades Select Unc BN.


Lot#: 429

*Highlight* 1891-p Morgan $1 Graded Choice Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1891-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 430

1862 $100 Confederate Note, T-39 Richmond, Virgini

1862 $100 Confederate Note, T-39 Richmond, Virginia Grades Choice AU. High-denomination $100 Confederate Notes are in great demand among collectors and history buffs alike. Carefully preserved for over 155 years since the Civil War. This was the first interest bearing $100 note to be issued in large quantities by the Confederacy. They paid a 7.3% annual interest rate; double that of the First Series notes of Montgomery and Richmond. Some were issued by agents by hand, and their signatures?and sometimes the place of issue?are written on the backs. Some T-39s also have interest paid stamps on the backs indicating that the interest was collected by the bearer. The notes have a popular ?Train? vignette on the front, with easily visible ?straight steam? (all white) coming out of the smokestack. To the left is a vignette of a milkmaid. Once thought to be an apple, the object in her left hand above her head is most likely the handle of the bucket on her head. These notes were payable six months after the ratification of a Treaty of Peace between the Confederate States and United States and were not fundable.


Lot#: 433

1886-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU

1886-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 434

1918-p Mercury 10c Grades Select Unc FSB

1918-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades Select Unc FSB.


Lot#: 435

1922-p Vam 2H I3 R4 Peace $1 Grades GEM Unc

1922-p Vam 2H I3 R4 Peace Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 436

(1863) Army & Navy F-225a/327a cwt Grades vf++

(1863) Army & Navy F-225a/327a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++.


Lot#: 437

1879-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 438

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1920 & d Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 439

1904-o Morgan $1 Graded ms64

NGC 1904-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By NGC.


Lot#: 440

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1974-s 50 pcs Brandt Wrap

Shotgun Lincoln 1c roll, 1974-s 50 pcs Brandt Wrapper. A terrific Shotgun roll of Lincoln cents. All coins cherry red. Trends ms65 rd $15 Estimate $750


Lot#: 441

1864 cn Indian 1c Grades AU Details

1864 cn Indian Cent 1c Grades AU Details.


Lot#: 444

1857 $10 Dollar Citizens' Bank of Louisiana Shreve

1857 $10 Dollar Citizens' Bank of Louisiana Shreveport Grades Select CU.


Lot#: 445

*Highlight* 1890-p Morgan $1 Graded GEM Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded GEM Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 446

(1790's) Am I not A man & A Brother GB D&H-1038C A

(1790's) Am I not A man & A Brother GB D&H-1038C Anti-Slavery Token 1/2P Grades vg+. A pleasing example of this most popular Conder token series, aged to a rich cocoa. Obverse: male slave in chains. Reverse: clasped hands and peripheral inscription MAY SLAVERY OPPRESSION CEASE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.


Lot#: 448

1863 Our Navy F-53-336a cwt Grades xf+

1863 Our Navy F-53-336a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf+.


Lot#: 449

1881-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 454

1888 Indian 1c Grades xf

1888 Indian Cent 1c Grades xf.


Lot#: 455

1923-s Peace $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1923-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 456

1928-s Mercury 10c Grades Choice AU

1928-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 457

Partial Buffalo Nickel Book 1913-1938 37 coins

Partial Buffalo Nickel Book 1913-1938 37 coins. A excellent Partial Buffalo Nickel Book. Dates Included range from 1913-1938. All coins encased in a nice Whitman Coin book. An Excellent grouping of 37 coins. 7 are acid dated


Lot#: 458

1941-p Walking Liberty 50c Grades GEM+ Unc

1941-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 459

1883-o Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 460

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Speelman & White Fr-239 Grades vf+. FR 239. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 461

1881-s Rattler Morgan $1 Graded ms63

PCGS 1881-s Rattler Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By PCGS.


Lot#: 462

Hobo Buffalo 5c Grades Hand Carved

Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved.


Lot#: 463

1864 Our Army F-47/332a cwt Grades Select AU

1864 Our Army F-47/332a Civil War Token 1c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 464

1931-p Lincoln 1c Grades Choice Unc RB

1931-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RB.


Lot#: 465

1880-o /o Hit List 40 Vam 7 R5 Morgan $1 Grades BU

1880-o /o Hit List 40 Vam 7 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades BU+.


Lot#: 466

1937-s Mercury 10c Grades GEM+ Unc

1937-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 467

1858 LL Flying Eagle 1c Grades vg+

1858 LL Flying Eagle Cent 1c Grades vg+.


Lot#: 469

1946-p BTW Old Commem 50c Grades Select+ Unc

1946-p BTW Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Select+ Unc. When examining a Booker T. Washington commemorative look for wear on the high points, on the obverse that is Mr. Washington's right Cheek (from his perspective), and on the reverse the arches on the top building.


Lot#: 473

1925-p Rainbow Toned Peace $1 Grades Choice Unc

1925-p Rainbow Toned Peace Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 474

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1918-s Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1918-s Wheat Cent, 1892 Indian cent other end, Seal Strong Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable Seal Strong Wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 475

1864 $20 Confederate Note, T-67 Grades vf++

1864 $20 Confederate Note, T-67 Grades vf++. The legacy of the Civil War lives on! Issued over a century ago, these amazing 1864 $20 notes in Circulated condition are from the seventh and last issue of Confederate currency. Measuring approximately 7" x 3", each displays the state capital of Nashville, Tennessee and a portrait of Confederate vice president A.H. Stephens on the face.


Lot#: 476

1943-p Mercury 10c Grades GEM+ Unc

1943-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 477

1863 Washington F-118/418 cwt Grades Choice AU

1863 Washington F-118/418 Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 482

Partial Lincoln cent Book 1961-1971 20 coins

Partial Lincoln cent Book 1961-1971 20 coins. A excellent Partial Lincoln cent Book. Dates Included range from 1961-1971. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 20coins. All are Unc Many Are Red Others Are RB


Lot#: 483

1921-p Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1921-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 485

1890-o Vam 1E R6 Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Sli

1890-o Vam 1E R6 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 486

1922-p Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1922-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 487

1863 Not One Cent F-242/374a cwt Grades vf details

1863 Not One Cent F-242/374a Civil War Token 1c Grades vf details.


Lot#: 488

1865 2c Grades xf

1865 Two Cent Piece 2c Grades xf.


Lot#: 489

1897-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1897-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 490

1946-p Walking Liberty 50c Grades Select AU

1946-p Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 491

1906 Indian 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1906 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 492

Hobo Buffalo 5c Grades Hand Carved

Hobo Buffalo Nickel 5c Grades Hand Carved.


Lot#: 493

1885-o Vam 10 Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1885-o Vam 10 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 494

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1919-s Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1919-s Wheat Cent, 1899 Indian cent other end, Seal Strong Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable Seal Strong Wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 495

1883-o Rattler Morgan $1 Graded ms63

1883-o Rattler Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By PCGS. 0


Lot#: 496

1927-p Lincoln 1c Grades GEM Unc RD

1927-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades GEM Unc RD.


Lot#: 497

1904-o Vam 4B Hit List 40 Super CD 'Rusty Fish Hoo

1904-o Vam 4B Hit List 40 Super CD 'Rusty Fish Hook' I4 R6 Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 498

1863 US Fractional Currency 5c Third Issue fr-1238

1863 US Fractional Currency 5c Third Issue fr-1238 Grades vf, very fine. Per PMG Less then 300 Known In All Grades. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 501

1889-p Vam 32 R5 Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1889-p Vam 32 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 502

1945-p Mercury 10c Grades GEM+ Unc

1945-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM+ Unc.


Lot#: 503

1925-p Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1925-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 504

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1913 & d Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 505

1880-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 506

1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix cwt Grades vf++

1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix Civil War Token 1c Grades vf++.


Lot#: 509

1883-o Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1883-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 510

1926-d Vam 1E R6 Peace $1 Grades Select AU

1926-d Vam 1E R6 Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 513

*Highlight* 1887-p Vam 21 R5 Morgan $1 Graded ms66

***Auction Highlight*** 1887-p Vam 21 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By SEGS.


Lot#: 514

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Woods & White FR-238 Grades vf, very fine. FR 238. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 516

1891-p Seated Liberty 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slid

1891-p Seated Liberty Dime 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 517

1898-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1898-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 518

1897 Indian 1c Grades Select+ Unc RB

1897 Indian Cent 1c Grades Select+ Unc RB.


Lot#: 519

1899-o Morgan $1 Graded ms64

NGC 1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By NGC.


Lot#: 520

1863 Liberty Cap F-19-396a R1 cwt Grades vf, very

1863 Liberty Cap F-19-396a R1 Civil War Token 1c Grades vf, very fine.


Lot#: 521

1884-o Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 522

1942-d Walking Liberty 50c Grades Choice+ Unc

1942-d Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 523

1851 Braided Hair 1c Grades vf+

1851 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades vf+.


Lot#: 524

1932-d Lincoln 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RD

1932-d Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RD.


Lot#: 525

*Highlight* 1879-s Morgan $1 Graded GEM+ PL

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded GEM+ PL By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 526

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1963-p In Old

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1963-p In Old Brinks wrapper . ?A terrific orig shotgun roll of Lincoln cents. All coins cherry red. ?Trends ms65 rd $12.50 Estimate $625


Lot#: 527

1926-p Mercury 10c Grades Select Unc

1926-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 528

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgu

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1897 & P Ends Virtually UNC. . Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll In an old Brinks Wrapper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. An Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Weighs 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.67 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.72 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars.


Lot#: 530

1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades xf

1864 $10 Confederate Note, T-68 Grades xf. Of great historical interest this is the last $10 currency notes issued by the Confederate States of America.? The 7th and last issue of Confederate notes. Notes hand signed and numbered by Confederate soldiers and families. Printed and issued over 140 years ago during the Civil War. Depicts Confederate cabinet member Robert M. T. Hunter and features a detailed vignette of horse-drawn artillery. This large 7" x 3" Confederate $10 note is a genuine keepsake from one of the most significant periods in American history.


Lot#: 532

Complete Lincoln Cent Book 1941-1974 87 coins

Complete Lincoln Cent Book 1941-1974 87 coins. A excellent Lincoln cent Book. Dates Included range from 1941-1974. All coins encased in a nice Whitman book. An Excellent grouping of 87 coins. Many are uncs some are red some are Red Brown


Lot#: 533

1863 Washington F-110/474a cwt Grades Choice AU

1863 Washington F-110/474a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 534

1934-p Peace $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1934-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 537

1881-s Rainbow Toned Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1881-s Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 538

1936-d Arkansas Old Commem 50c Grades GEM Unc

1936-d Arkansas Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 541

1938-p Mercury 10c Grades GEM+ FSB

1938-p Mercury Dime 10c Grades GEM+ FSB.


Lot#: 542

*Highlight* 1880-s Morgan $1 Graded ms66 PL

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 PL By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 543

1881-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 544

1891 Indian 1c Grades Choice+ Unc BN

1891 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice+ Unc BN.


Lot#: 545

1885-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1885-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 546

***Auction Highlight*** 1923 $1 large size Blue Se

***Auction Highlight*** 1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Woods & White FR-238 Grades Gem CU. FR 238. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 547

1915-p Lincoln 1c Grades Choice Unc RD

1915-p Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice Unc RD.


Lot#: 548

1863 Turban Liberty F-45/332a cwt Grades xf detail

1863 Turban Liberty F-45/332a Civil War Token 1c Grades xf details.


Lot#: 549

1836 O-101 Capped Bust 50c Grades xf

1836 O-101 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades xf.


Lot#: 550

1856 SLANTED 5 G$1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1856 SLANTED 5 Gold Dollar $1 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 551

*Highlight* 1897 RPD Liberty 5c Graded ms65

***Auction Highlight*** 1897 RPD Liberty Nickel 5c Graded ms65 By SEGS.


Lot#: 552

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Stardust

***Auction Highlight*** Full Morgan/Peace Stardust Hotel silver $1 roll $20, 1880 & 1890 end. This roll is held in an old casino wrapper from the Stardust Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. This roll contains 20 Morgan and/or Peace Silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. The Dates may range from 1878 to 1935. Better dates/mint marks & conditions may be found but should not be expected. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is both 20 Silver Dollars and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a huge Estate Hoard of these Rolls.


Lot#: 553

1921-d Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1921-d Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 554

*Highlight* 1917-d Ty I Standing Liberty 25c Grade

***Auction Highlight*** 1917-d Ty I Standing Liberty Quarter 25c Graded GEM+ FH By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 555

(1863) US Copper F-202/434a cwt Grades Select Unc

(1863) US Copper F-202/434a Civil War Token 1c Grades Select Unc BN.


Lot#: 556

*Highlight* 1865 3cn Graded GEM Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1865 Three Cent Copper Nickel 3cn Graded GEM Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 557

1899-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 558

*Highlight* 1942/1-p Mercury 10c Graded vf35

***Auction Highlight*** 1942/1-p Mercury Dime 10c Graded vf35 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 559

1923-p Peace $1 Graded ms65

1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC. 0


Lot#: 560

1870's US Fractional Currency 15? Fourth Issue Fr-

1870's US Fractional Currency 15? Fourth Issue Fr-1267 Grades xf+. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 561

*Highlight* 1887-p Monster Rainbow Toned Morgan $1

***Auction Highlight*** 1887-p Monster Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Graded GEM+ Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 562

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1971-p In Old

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1971-p In Old Brinks wrapper . ?A terrific orig shotgun roll of Lincoln cents. All coins cherry red. ?Trends ms65 rd $12.50 Estimate $625


Lot#: 563

1840 N-6 Braided Hair 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slide

1840 N-6 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 564

1863 Indian PA-765-N-3A R7 cwt Grades Select AU

1863 Indian PA-765-N-3A R7 Civil War Token 1c Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 565

1881-o Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1881-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 566

*Highlight* 1955 Franklin 50c Graded pr68 cam

***Auction Highlight*** 1955 Franklin Half Dollar 50c Graded pr68 cam By SEGS. 0


Lot#: 567

1887-p Rainbow Toned Morgan $1 Graded ms64

NGC 1887-p Rainbow Toned Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By NGC.


Lot#: 568

*Highlight* 1928-p Indian $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1928-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 569

1881-s Morgan $1 Grades GEM+ PL

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ PL.


Lot#: 570

Partial Mercury Dime Book 1916-1945 41 coins

Partial Mercury Dime Book 1916-1945 41 coins. A excellent near complete Mercury Dime Book. Dates Included range from 1916-1945. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 41 coins. Includes the 20,20-s,24-s


Lot#: 571

*Highlight* 1898-p Morgan $1 Graded ms65 DMPL

***Auction Highlight*** 1898-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 DMPL By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 572

*Highlight* 1916-d Mercury 10c Graded f+

***Auction Highlight*** 1916-d Mercury Dime 10c Graded f+ By USCG. Moderate, even wear defines the grade but leaves this mid-level circulated 1916-D Mercury dime with full rims and pleasing interior detail. Each side displays original steel-gray patina with smooth, problem-free surfaces. The mintmark is clear. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 573

*Highlight* 1899-o Morgan $1 Graded ms64+ PL

***Auction Highlight*** 1899-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ PL By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 574

*Highlight* 1934-d Vam 3 Top 50 DDO I4 R4 Peace $1

***Auction Highlight*** 1934-d Vam 3 Top 50 DDO I4 R4 Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 575

*Highlight* 1880-o Morgan $1 Graded Select+ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 576

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1885-o Unc

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1885-o Uncirculated Morgan silver dollar roll, 20 coins. This roll is held in an old Steel strong wrapper, patented 1921, stamped "Bankers Trust Company of Philadelphia?, Walnut Street at Juniper. This roll contains 20, UNCIRCULATED 1885-o Morgan silver Dollars. The coins may range from Unc to Gem++ with the average being ms64. This is a PQ original bank roll hand marked 1885-o Unc. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it weighs perfectly at 534.60 grams and is an UNCIRCULATED roll and that all 20 coins are 1885-o. We recently Acquired a large Estate Hoard of solid date Rolls. Trends lists ms64 at $85.


Lot#: 577

*Highlight* 1879-s GSA Hoard Morgan $1 Grades GEM+

***Auction Highlight*** 1879-s GSA Hoard Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM+ DMPL. Up for Auction is an ultra Rare GSA1879-s. There were Less 1879-s Morgans found and holdered by the GSA than the 1879-cc. Less than 1/10 of 1% were 1879-s. Additionally this spectacular GSA is a GEM+ DMPL example. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 578

*Star Note* 1891 $2 Large Size Tresaury Note Fr-35

*Star Note* 1891 $2 Large Size Tresaury Note Fr-357 General McPherson Grades vf+. Treasury notes were only printed in 1890 and 1891. It is interesting to note that James B McPherson is the only person to die in the Civil War who was later featured on United States paper money. McPherson was also the second highest ranking Union officer to die in the Civil War. Collecting paper money by portrait has always been an interesting but very challenging way to put together a currency collection. It is also difficult to try to complete a collection of 1891 treasury notes. The $1,000 note is unique and a $500 1891 treasury note has yet to be discovered. Any denomination over $20 is very scarce and rarely seen. There really isn?t an accepted nickname for 1891 $2 treasury notes. Collectors definitely refer to the portrait on the bill as a quick way to identify the item. McPherson was pictured on both the 1890 and 1891 treasury notes so you still have to get a little bit more specific


Lot#: 579

*Highlight* 1893-p Vam 7 R5 Morgan $1 Graded Choic

***Auction Highlight*** 1893-p Vam 7 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice AU/BU Slider By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 580

*Highlight* 1870 Shield 5c Graded pr65 CAM

***Auction Highlight*** 1870 Shield Nickel 5c Graded pr65 CAM By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 581

*Highlight* 1890-cc vam 14 R5 Morgan $1 Graded ms6

***Auction Highlight*** 1890-cc vam 14 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 582

*Highlight* 1901-p Barber 50c Graded GEM+ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1901-p Barber Half Dollars 50c Graded GEM+ Unc By USCG. A conditionally rare Gem plus example of this inaugural 20th century Philadelphia half dollar, showing frosty, brilliant luster and sharp design elements. There are no severe abrasions, only a few small lines on the cheek that limit the grade. Finer coins are virtually nonexistent. Tied for 8th finest known. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 583

*Highlight* 1866 Indian 1c Graded Choice+ Unc RD

***Auction Highlight*** 1866 Indian Cent 1c Graded Choice+ Unc RD By USCG. According to David Hall from PCGS, 'The 1866, 1867, and 1868 Indian cents are of approximate equal rarity. All three are definitely rarer than the 1864 and 1865. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 584

1873 Closed 3 Indian 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1873 Closed 3 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider+.


Lot#: 585

*Highlight* 1902-s Vam 7 Morgan $1 Graded ms63

***Auction Highlight*** 1902-s Vam 7 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 586

*Highlight* 1882-p Liberty $2 1/2 Graded Select Un

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-p Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG. This vibrant golden-orange and pale rose example exhibits strong luster in a blend of satin and semi-proof like qualities. Fully struck and quite smooth overall, this endearing quarter eagle is worthy of careful bidder consideration. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 587

*Highlight* 1886-o Morgan $1 Graded Select+ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1886-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select+ Unc By USCG. This brightly untoned MS63+ coin is well-struck for a New Orleans Morgan dollar. It features notably strong detail on the eagle's breast feathers and claws. Similarly, the hair strands over Liberty's ear show above-average definition. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 588

*Highlight* 1788 NJ Head Right Colonial 1c Graded

***Auction Highlight*** 1788 NJ Head Right Colonial Cent 1c Graded au50 details By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 589

*Highlight* 1894-s Morgan $1 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1894-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 590

*Highlight* 1921-d Mercury 10c Graded ms62

***Auction Highlight*** 1921-d Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms62 By SEGS.


Lot#: 591

*Highlight* 1879-s Morgan $1 Graded ms66

***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66 By NGC.


Lot#: 592

***Auction Highlight*** PCGS 1865 $2 Lg National B

***Auction Highlight*** PCGS 1865 $2 Lg National Banknote Fr-387a "Lazy Duce" FINEST KNOWN FOR MAINE!!! Belfast, ME Charter#840 Graded xf40 By PCGS. Up for auction is a fantastic and fascinating rarity, the earliest & Finest Known Lazy Deuce, National Bank Note for Maine! All lazy deuces are rare, but this wonderful certified survivor is drawn on a small coastal Maine town. A very pretty Original Series Lazy Deuce FINEST KNOWN from this Belfast National bank. It is well margined, retains virtually all of its original ink colors, and displays bold pen signatures. It has the appearance of a note that never really circulated but which just acquired a few light storage folds. A lovely note that will be a source of pride to its new owner. This Note is the FINEST Known Lazy Duce For all of maine. WE have never sold a lazy Duce before. 1 vf25 came to auction in may of 2018 at heritage and sold for $4,080 Otherwise this is the only other Belfast, Maine National Bank Note to come to auction in the last 10 years!


Lot#: 593

*Highlight* 1889-cc Morgan $1 Graded au55+

***Auction Highlight*** 1889-cc Morgan Dollar $1 Graded au55+ By USCG. A handsome example of this key date in the Carson City Mint Morgan dollar series. Both sides of this coin retain plenty of lively mint luster, the surfaces predominantly satin to softly frosted in texture. Essentially brilliant, we note only faint wisps of iridescent gold and russet toning around the peripheries. Boldly to sharply defined overall. Although other CC-Mint silver dollars have lower mintages (the 1881-CC and 1885-CC, for example), the title of rarest Carson City Mint Morgan dollar has long been held by the 1889-CC. Of the 350,000 pieces struck, only small quantities emerged from government holdings during the first half of the 20th century, mostly from storage in the San Francisco Mint and/or Treasury stock. Since few 1889-CC dollars seem to have entered circulation at or near the time of issue, both worn and Mint State survivors are elusive. A find at all levels of preservation, this premium quality AU-55+ will certainly draw plenty of attention from both Carson City Mint and Morgan dollar enthusiasts. I have included another au55+ for your comparison. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 594

***Auction Highlight*** Complete Washington Quarte

***Auction Highlight*** Complete Washington Quarter Capital Plastic Set 1932-1964 84 coins. A excellent complete Washington Quarter plastic set. Dates Included range from 1932-1964. All coins encased in a nice plastic holder. An Excellent grouping of 84 coins. Spectacular Washington quarter set most of the coins appear to be Gem unc or Unc every coin is gorgeous has not been checked for verities. Tons of luster amazing luster through


Lot#: 595

*Highlight* 1935-s Peace $1 Graded ms65

***Auction Highlight*** 1935-s Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 596

Indian cent 1c orig roll, 1909 end S other end

Indian cent 1c orig roll, 1909 end S other end. The roll is held in a Rare & Collectable McDonalds Brandt wrapper. A great bank style shotgun roll of Indian cents 1c with very tight ends. The rolls appear to be filled with a mixture of 1800's and 1900's. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate. This particular Roll shows an 1909 on one end and a KEY date 's' mint on the reverse WOW!.


Lot#: 597

*Highlight* 1901-s Morgan $1 Graded ms66+

***Auction Highlight*** 1901-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. Up for Auction is one of the finest 1901-s Morgans we have ever offered. This date was stored in quantity at the San Francisco Mint for decades after its production, during which time bags of coins were gradually paid out. Little numismatic interest was taken, however, and the coins that survived in Mint State often showed extensive abrasions and bag marks. Today, the 1901-S is scarce in the context of the series, and it is genuinely rare at the Premium Gem grade level. This Plus-graded coin is among the finest pieces surviving. Brilliant, frosted mint luster forms vibrant cartwheel bands on each side, and the strike is sharp throughout. Faint roller marks on each side remain from the original planchet preparation before this piece was struck. Finer pieces are prohibitively rare. This example is ted for 4th finest known. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 598

***Auction Highlight*** Complete Jefferson Nickel

***Auction Highlight*** Complete Jefferson Nickel Book 1938-1981 113 coins. A excellent Complete Jefferson Nickel Book. Dates Included range from 1938-1981. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 113 coins. SPECTACULAR SET! Many rainbow toned the 1943-d & S have complete rainbows most of the set is Unc. High quality and hand picked set PQ


Lot#: 599

*Highlight* 1809 S-280 Classic Head 1c Graded ms61

***Auction Highlight*** 1809 S-280 Classic Head Large Cent 1c Graded ms61 details By SEGS. This handsome example ranks among the nicest Classic Head cents for the assigned grade that we have ever offered. No wear is evident on either side, the cheek is high and well rounded, the leaves on the reverse are fully detailed. The details designation is due to the porosity of the planchet. Produced only from 1808 through 1814, the Classic Head series is one of the shortest among early U.S. Mint coppers. The paucity of examples produced does not alone explain why this is also one of the most challenging types to locate in finer circulated and Mint State grades. Planchet stock for this series, all of which was supplied by Matthew Boulton of Birmingham, England, is inferior to that which the Mint used to produce other large cent types. The copper used for the Classic Head coinage is softer with more metallic impurities, which made the finished coins more susceptible to wear, environmental damage and unattractive toning. Indeed, the vast majority of survivors of all dates of this type are well worn and/or impaired. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin


Lot#: 600

***Auction Highlight*** 1889 & CC Uncirculated Mor

***Auction Highlight*** 1889 & CC Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Shotgun Roll. Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll, Superb Ends, Carson City, Nevada Investment and Trust Co wrapper. Weighs Perfectly as a Uncirculated Roll.


Lot#: 601

*Highlight* 1897-o Morgan $1 Graded ms64

***Auction Highlight*** 1897-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By SEGS. HIGHLIGHT OF THE ENTIRE Auction. Up for Auction is a Near Mint 1897-o Wow! Most Mint State 1897-O dollars within the MS61 to MS63 range, with the certified total falling off dramatically in MS64. This is a smooth near-Gem with distinctly satin mint luster and hints of dusky gold color over otherwise silvery surfaces. Strongly defined for a New Orleans Morgan dollar. Just a couple of tiny ticks appear on the cheek. Specialists understand the difficulty this Southern issue poses in MS64 and the rarity of higher-graded examples. Tied for 17th Finest known. I have included an ms64 and an ms64+ for your comparison. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 602

*Highlight* 1834 B-1, FS-901 Capped Bust 25c Grade

***Auction Highlight*** 1834 B-1, FS-901 Capped Bust Quarter 25c Graded ms62 details By SEGS. Lovely untoned surfaces, that have a few nicks under liberty's chin which accounts for the details grade. The fields are glassy, smooth, and faintly proof like. The devices are bold and lustrous. The repunching of the letters is strong and a shadowy O overlaps the primary O to the left, and the top of the F extends from the O to the final F, just touching that letter. Two tiny dots left of the A(MERICA) are likely traces of that letter being repunched as well. It is interesting that this same reverse die was also used in 1833 and then carried forward to strike coins again in 1834. The O/F reverse die is listed in the Guide Book and many collectors desire an example along with the normal reverse 1834 quarter. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 603

*Highlight* 1936-p Buffalo 5c Graded Gem++ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1936-p Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded Gem++ Unc By USCG. This beautiful MS67+ Buffalo nickel is a coin of incredible quality, with razor-sharp definition on all design elements and vibrant satiny mint luster throughout. The impeccably preserved surfaces are tone free with outstanding eye appeal. Tied for 3rd finest known. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 604

*Highlight* 1852-p Liberty $10 Graded Unc Details

***Auction Highlight*** 1852-p Gold Liberty Eagle $10 Graded Unc Details By USCG.


Lot#: 605

*Highlight* 1901-p Vam 3 Top 100 WOW DDR I5 R6 Mor

***Auction Highlight*** 1901-p Vam 3 Top 100 WOW DDR I5 R6 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms61 By SEGS. HIGHLIGHT OF THE ENTIRE AUCTION - VAM-3. A Top 100 Variety. Not only is this an extremely important doubled die variety, but it is also a rare date, especially in Mint State grades. Sometimes called the "Shifted Eagle" variety, the VAM-3 is the most obvious of several 1901 doubled reverse coins. This is the only true doubled die example, as the other varieties are actually doubled hub pieces, with the die produced by an impression of the old (pre-1900) hub overlapped by an impression of the new hub. Doubling is most prominent on the arrows and tail feathers, appearing quite similar to the 1878 doubled tail feather varieties. Additional doubling can be seen along the lower edge of the eagle's beak, and elsewhere, including the branch, arrows, and IN GOD WE TRUST. Although not fully struck, this piece has good detail with brilliant satin luster on each side. A few faint splashes of rose color appear on the otherwise untoned surfaces. Less than 10 known mint state examples exist. This ms61 is the first example I have ever held in my hand let alone had the honor of bringing to auction. I have included a picture of another ms61 example for your comparison. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 606

*Highlight* 1839-p HM-1 R-4 TOP POP! Classic Head

***Auction Highlight*** 1839-p HM-1 R-4 TOP POP! Gold Classic Head Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG. 1839-p $2 ? Classic Head Gold Quarter Eagle, HM-1 Variety. The 1839 is the rarest Philadelphia issue in the Classic Head quarter eagle series, and it is actually scarcer than a couple of the branch mint issues. Fewer than 100 coins survive in all grades, and only eight are Uncirculated. This MS62 coin displays an unusually sharp central strike with trivial softness on the left-hand star centers. Light chatter in the fields limits the grade. Tied for Finest Known. We have included another ms62 for your comparison. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 607

*Highlight* 1919-p Mercury 10c Graded ms65+ FSB

***Auction Highlight*** 1919-p Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms65+ FSB By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 609

1890-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1890-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 610

1917 $1 Legal Tender Note, George Washington Signa

1917 $1 Legal Tender Note, George Washington Signatures of Elliot & Burke, FR-37 Grades vf+. 1917 $1 Legal Tender, Signatures of Eliott & Burke, FR-37. This 1917 $1 note is the last large-sized legal tender bank note ever issued. It's referred to as a "Horseblanket Note," due to their large size. The obverse features Washington and a vignette of Columbus sighting America. The reverse shows a "sawhorse" design. Add in the bright red seal and serial numbers and you've got a miniature work of art.


Lot#: 611

*Highlight* 1794 Liberty Cap S-55 Flowing Hair 1c

***Auction Highlight*** 1794 Liberty Cap S-55 Flowing Hair large cent 1c Graded vf++ By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin


Lot#: 613

*Highlight* 1892-o Morgan $1 Graded Choice Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1892-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 614

*Highlight* 1846-p Seated Liberty $1 Graded au58+

***Auction Highlight*** 1846-p Seated Liberty Dollar $1 Graded au58+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 615

*Highlight* 1901-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65

***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1901-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC. Great Gem Example


Lot#: 616

1859 Indian 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1859 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 617

*Highlight* 1880-cc GSA Hoard Morgan $1 Graded ms6

***Auction Highlight*** NGC 1880-cc GSA Hoard Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ By NGC.


Lot#: 618

1817 O-110 Capped Bust 50c Grades xf

1817 O-110 Capped Bust Half Dollar 50c Grades xf.


Lot#: 619

*Highlight* 1882-cc Vam 2A2 I5 R6 Morgan $1 Graded

***Auction Highlight*** 1882-cc Vam 2A2 I5 R6 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice Unc+ DMPL By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 620

*Highlight* 1903-p Liberty $5 Graded Select Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1903-p Gold Liberty Half Eagle $5 Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 621

*Highlight* 1896-p Morgan $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl

***Auction Highlight*** 1896-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64+ dmpl By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 622

*Highlight* 1916-d Buffalo 5c Graded ms66

***Auction Highlight*** 1916-d Buffalo Nickel 5c Graded ms66 By SEGS. According to David Hall, ?The 1916-D is scarce in circulated grades and scarce in mint state. It is very scarce in Gem MS65 or better condition. In Gem condition, it is about equal in rarity to the 1913-D Type 2, 1914-D, 1915-D, and 1917-D. The 1916-D is all too often found weakly struck. This piece, however, is strongly detailed throughout with almost complete braid definition and full fur on the bison's head. The bright, satiny surfaces show no toning and there are no mentionable marks. Truly a high-end coin A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 623

1923-p Vam 1a1 Top 50 'Whisker Jaw' R6 Peace $1 G

1923-p Vam 1a1 Top 50 'Whisker Jaw' R6 Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 624

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1884-s Mor

***Auction Highlight*** Full solid date 1884-s Morgan silver dollar roll, 20 coins. This roll is held in an old Steel strong wrapper, patented 1921, stamped "Bankers Trust Company of Philadelphia?, Walnut Street at Juniper. This roll contains 20, 1884-s Morgan silver Dollars. The coins may range from circulated to uncirculated. Any condition is possible. We have weighed the roll and can assure you that it is 20 Silver Dollars, that all 20 are 1884-s and that it is not an uncirculated roll as the weight comes in slightly under the 534.60 grams that a fully uncirculated roll would weigh. We recently Acquired a large Estate Hoard of solid date Rolls. Trends lists au50 at $225, xf40 at $120, vf20 at $75, f12 at $45, vg8 at $40, g4 at $35.


Lot#: 625

*Highlight* 1886-p Morgan $1 Graded ms66+

***Auction Highlight*** 1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms66+ By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 626

***Auction Highlight*** Original sealed box 5- 198

***Auction Highlight*** Original sealed box 5- 1982 United States Mint Proof Sets. Up for Auction is an Unopened Mailer Box from 1982 containing 5 1982 Proof Sets!!!! Wow! - This Mailer Box is sealed exactly as it left the mint over 40 years ago. Each Proof set in this mailer box has never been reviewed or examined by anyone. Virtually every 1982 Proof Set has been looked at by Coin Experts who have identified potential PR70 DCAM Coins and had them slabbed. Those opened Proof Sets you find at coin shows or for sale individually have almost certainly been examined and reviewed. NOT ONE OF THE FIVE SETS IN THIS MAILER BOX HAVE BEEN SEEN BY HUMAN EYES IN 40 YEARS , So, What COULD be in these Sets, Well here are the 5 things that could be inside. An Kennedy 50c in PR70 DCAM Trending $120, a Washington 25c in PR70 DCAM Trending $100, a Roosevelt Dime in PR70 DCAM Trending $87.50, BUT That?s Just the Start, There also could be a Jefferson 5c in PR70 DCAM, TRENDING $900 & a Lincoln 1c in PR70 DCAM Trending $2,700!!!! BUT EVEN THAT IS JUST THE SIDESHOW! The REAL WINNER IN THIS LOTTERY BOX IS The 1982-s No S Roosevelt 10c ONLY FOUND IN THIS SET, a 1982-s Proof No S Roosevelt 10c in PR70 DCAM TRENDS $7,250!!!! And there can be FIVE of Each in this BOX, This could be one of the very last boxes in EXISTENCE. This ?WONKA? Box could Contain Coins Worth $19,537 - Good Luck in Obtaining This Unopened Mailer Box of 5 1982 Proof Sets!!!


Lot#: 627

*Highlight* 1849-o FS-101 'o' Above Bow Seated Lib

***Auction Highlight*** 1849-o FS-101 'o' Above Bow Seated Liberty Dime 10c Graded au58 By SeGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 628

1862 THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 75 CENTS CONFE

1862 THE CITY OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 75 CENTS CONFEDERATE STATES #TR06-15 Grades f+.


Lot#: 629

*Highlight* 1883-o Vam 21A I3 R5 Morgan $1 Graded

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-o Vam 21A I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms67+ By SEGS. The plentiful 1883-O was struck to the extent of 8.7 million coins. Tens of thousands of examples are available across most Mint State grade levels. Only in MS67 does the issue become scarce. The obverse is a brilliant, while the reverse exhibits a bit of dusky gold color above the eagle. Central design detail is impressively sharp for an O-mint dollar, while vibrant satin luster is characteristic. Lightly clashed. Tied for 2nd finest known, with just one coin at ms68. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 630

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1924-s Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1924-s Wheat Cent, 1898 Indian cent other end, McDonalds Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable McDonalds Wrapper. Look for the Golden Arches. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 631

Partial Susan B. Anthony Book 1979-1999 11 coins

Partial Susan B. Anthony Book 1979-1999 11 coins. A excellent partial Susan B Anthony Dollar Book. Dates Included range from 1979-1999. All coins encased in a nice Littleton coin book. An Excellent grouping of 11 coins. Contains the Rare 2 Type 2 Worth Over $100 Each


Lot#: 632a

*Highlight* 1900-o/cc Top 100 Vam 11 I4 R4 Morgan

***Auction Highlight*** 1900-o/cc Top 100 Vam 11 I4 R4 Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Select Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 633

*Highlight* 1884-s Morgan $1 Graded Choice AU

***Auction Highlight*** 1884-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded Choice AU By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 634

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Ha

***Auction Highlight*** Old Casino 50c Roll $10 Halves The Mint Hotel Vegas 1929 Walker & 'D' Franklin Ends. Up for auction is a Consignment I have secured a collection of old 1960?s Las Vegas Casino Half Dollar Shot Gun Rolls from various Casinos. These Rolls contain 20 Half Dollars. They have tight ends and are wild!. I opened three rolls to examine the contents and what I found was mostly Circulated Walkers, a few Franklins and a Seated coin or two and a couple of Barbers. But after I opened the rolls, I wished I hadn?t as they were so cool as antique Las Vegas Half Rolls. I have only seen a handful of these ever. The consignee has given us some additional rolls. We estimate the rolls to be worth $2000 each as a collectable antique, but if the roll is opened and has a rare date, who knows the value, a 1921 Walker even in low grade is worth over $500, and several other dates are worth over $200 each. But who knows, maybe a rare 1878-s Seated is inside. ($35k in g4), or an 1892-o Barber ($5k in G4). In any event the rolls themselves are amazing collectibles of a bygone era of the Rat pack and Las Vegas. From the rolls we have received there are 10 different casinos. Good Luck.


Lot#: 635

1879-o Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1879-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 636

1915-s Panama Pacific Old Commem 50c Grades Choice

1915-s Panama Pacific Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Choice AU. Exceptionally Rare Commemorative. The Pan Pac was Minted Along with 4 Other Coins to Commemorate the Completion of the Panama Canal and Distributed at the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco which also Celebrated the Renewal of San Francisco since the Great Fire. When Examining the Pan Pac Half Dollar, Note that there is a Problem with Pan-Pac Halves in its Strike: Weakness is often Evident on Columbia?s Head, Cap, Arm and Body, also on the Eagle's Breast Feathers and Claws. Occasionally, Coins are seen with a Rim Indentation Near the Periphery on Each Side; this is a Mint Caused Problem and Should Not Be Factored Into the Grade. When Grading Lightly Circulated Examples, Friction is First Evident on Columbia's Shoulder and on the Eagle's Breast.


Lot#: 637

1878-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL

1878-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL. Slightly better date. First year of issue.


Lot#: 638

*Highlight* 1906-p Liberty $2 1/2 Graded Select Un

***Auction Highlight*** 1906-p Gold Liberty Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Graded Select Unc By USCG.


Lot#: 639

1884-o Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1884-o Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 640

1923-d Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1923-d Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 641

*Highlight* 1881-s Morgan $1 Graded GEM++ Unc

***Auction Highlight*** 1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded GEM++ Unc By USCG. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 642

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note,

1914 $5 Large Size Blue Seal Federal Reserve Note, New York, NY 2-B Grades f+. Despite having 1913 written on them, these are actually from the series of 1914, as it says on the right and left hands side of each note. An engraved portrait of President Abarham Lincoln is on the note's face and the back features two vignettes titled Columbus's Discovery of Land and The Landing of the Pilgrims


Lot#: 643

1878/1878-p 7tf Vam 82 Morgan $1 Grades Select+ Un

1878/1878-p 7tf Vam 82 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 644

1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix F-214/416a cwt Grad

1863 Shoot Him on the Spot Dix F-214/416a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 645

*Highlight* 1883-cc GSA Hoard Morgan $1 Grades Cho

***Auction Highlight*** 1883-cc GSA Hoard Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 646

1915-s Lincoln 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1915-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 648

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgu

***Auction Highlight*** AU/BU Slider Brinks Shotgun Morgan $1 Roll 1898 & P Ends Virtually UNC. . Up For Auction Is a Very Near Solid Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Roll In an old Brinks Wrapper with Tight Shotgun Ends. This Roll is filled with Virtually all Uncirculated Silver Dollars. This is how we determined that. An Uncirculated Morgan Dollar Weighs 26.73 Grams. So 20 of them would weigh, 534.6 Grams. Our Uncirculated Roll Weighs 536.7 Grams, so the Wrappers weigh 2.1 Grams. The Roll at hand weighs 536.65 Grams. Deducting the Wrapper Weight of 2.1 Grams, the average coin in this roll weights 26.72 Grams. Your going to find in this roll a lot of Uncirculated coins and a few sliders. This is a Very Near Solid roll of Uncirculated Morgan Dollars.


Lot#: 649

1888-p Morgan $1 Grades GEM Unc

1888-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades GEM Unc.


Lot#: 650

1916-d Lincoln 1c Graded ms63 rb

NGC 1916-d Lincoln Cent 1c Graded ms63 rb By NGC.


Lot#: 651

1925-s California Old Commem 50c Grades Unc Detail

1925-s California Old Commem Half Dollar 50c Grades Unc Details. The High Points of the Coin are the Bear's Shoulder and Leg and the Miner's Back, Shoulder and Shirtsleeve. The Coin was a Great Success when First Issued and is Still Sought After Today.


Lot#: 652

1911-p Indian $2 1/2 Grades AU Details

1911-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Grades AU Details.


Lot#: 653

*Highlight* 1880-s Morgan $1 Graded ms65+ DMPL

***Auction Highlight*** 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65+ DMPL By SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away Coin


Lot#: 654

*Highlight* 1940-p Mercury 10c Graded ms68 fsb

***Auction Highlight*** 1940-p Mercury Dime 10c Graded ms68 fsb By SEGS. Spectacular preservation adorns this high-end Superb Gem, with luminous satin luster complementing the Full Bands strike. Soft champagne color tints the interiors, ceding to amber, green, and russet toning along the upper obverse border. Eye appeal is outstanding. The finest known is only a half point higher. Tied for 9th finest know. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win, Don't let it get Away, you might not find its equal Coin. I give this coin my highest recommendation


Lot#: 655

1858-p Seated Liberty 1/2 10c Grades Select+ Unc

1858-p Seated Liberty Half Dime 1/2 10c Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 656

*Highlight* 1853 N-13 Braided Hair 1c Graded ms64+

***Auction Highlight*** 1853 N-13 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Graded ms64+ bn BY SEGS. A Corey's Pick, Bid to Win Coin


Lot#: 657

1879-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL

1879-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc+ PL.


Lot#: 658

1917 $1 Legal Tender Note, George Washington Signa

1917 $1 Legal Tender Note, George Washington Signatures of Speelman & White, FR39 Grades vg, very good. 1917 $1 Legal Tender, Signatures of Speelman & White, FR39. This 1917 $1 note is the last large-sized legal tender bank note ever issued. It's referred to as a "Horseblanket Note," due to their large size. The obverse features Washington and a vignette of Columbus sighting America. The reverse shows a "sawhorse" design. Add in the bright red seal and serial numbers and you've got a miniature work of art.


Lot#: 659

(1863) B.W. Titus Brass NJ-885-A-2B R3 cwt Grades

(1863) B.W. Titus Brass NJ-885-A-2B R3 Civil War Token 1c Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 660

Partial Lincoln Cent Book 1909-1940 41 coins

Partial Lincoln Cent Book 1909-1940 41 coins. A excellent Partial Lincoln cent Book. Dates Included range from 1909-1940. All coins encased in a nice Whitman book. An Excellent grouping of 41 coins. 17 are from 1090-1919


Lot#: 661

1878-s Hit List 40 Vam 19 Morgan $1 Grades Choice+

1878-s Hit List 40 Vam 19 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 662

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1924 & s Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 663

1885-p Morgan $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1885-p Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 664

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1973-p In Old

Uncirculated 1c orig shotgun roll, 1973-p In Old Brinks wrapper . ?A terrific orig shotgun roll of Lincoln cents. All coins cherry red. ?Trends ms65 rd $15 Estimate $750


Lot#: 665

1880-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc PL

1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc PL.


Lot#: 667

1923-s Peace $1 Grades Select+ Unc

1923-s Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 668

1863 Liberty Cap F-19/396a cwt Grades vg details

1863 Liberty Cap F-19/396a Civil War Token 1c Grades vg details.


Lot#: 669

1896-o Morgan $1 Grades Select AU

1896-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 670

1937-s Walking Liberty 50c Grades Select+ Unc

1937-s Walking Liberty Half Dollar 50c Grades Select+ Unc.


Lot#: 671

1909 Indian 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RB

1909 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice+ Unc RB.


Lot#: 672

1913-p Indian $2 1/2 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1913-p Gold Indian Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 673

1929-s Mercury 10c Grades Choice Unc FSB

1929-s Mercury Dime 10c Grades Choice Unc FSB.


Lot#: 674

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Speelman & White Fr-239 Grades vf, very fine. FR 239. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 675

1863 Union F-236/426a cwt Grades Choice AU/BU Slid

1863 Union F-236/426a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 677

1881-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1881-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 680

1828 C-1 R3 Classic Head 1/2c Grades vf, very fine

1828 C-1 R3 Classic Head half cent 1/2c Grades vf, very fine.


Lot#: 681

1888-o Morgan $1 Grades BU+

1888-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades BU+.


Lot#: 682

1927-d Peace $1 Grades Select AU

1927-d Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select AU.


Lot#: 683

1863 Pittock News Dealer PA-765-P-4a R5 cwt Grades

1863 Pittock News Dealer PA-765-P-4a R5 Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 685

1897-s Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1897-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 686

Near Complete Jefferson Nickel Book 1938-1961 59 c

Near Complete Jefferson Nickel Book 1938-1961 59 coins. A excellent Near Complete Jefferson Nickel Book. Dates Included range from 1938-1961. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 59 coins. Includes all 11 silver war nickels several are unc


Lot#: 687

1880-s Morgan $1 Graded ms64

NGC 1880-s Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms64 By NGC.


Lot#: 689

1883-o /o Top 100 Vam 4 Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ U

1883-o /o Top 100 Vam 4 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 690

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Aut

Buffalo Nickel Shotgun Roll in Old Bank Style 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Wrapper 1919 & d Mint Ends. The roll is held in an old, rare 'Automat Horn & Hardhat' Bank style wrapper. They are all frrom one Estate. The ends on these rolls are very tight. We will guarantee they are all full dates.


Lot#: 693

1884-o /o Vam 15 Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1884-o /o Vam 15 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 694

1935-d Mercury 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider FSB

1935-d Mercury Dime 10c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider FSB.


Lot#: 695

1864 Our Army F-46/335a cwt Grades Choice AU

1864 Our Army F-46/335a Civil War Token 1c Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 696

1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-12

1863 US Fractional Currency 10c Second Issue fr-1245 Washington In Oval Grades vf++. Fractional or postage currency has a rich history. At the beginning of the Civil War people starting hoarding coins for their precious metal content. Coins became difficult to find because of the hoarding. People started to try to use stamps instead of coins as a means of commerce. The government decided to help ease the hoarding issue by issuing ?paper coins? also known as postage currency or fractional currency. Fractional currency was first issued on August 21, 1862 and they were last issued on February 15, 1876. Three cents, five cents, ten cents, twenty-five cents, and fifty cents notes were all issued. Fractional currency is physically smaller than other United States money. It also does not have a serial number.


Lot#: 697

1885-p Vam 4B R5 Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1885-p Vam 4B R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 698

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1912-d Whe

Mixed small cents 1c orig shotgun roll, 1912-d Wheat Cent, 1898 Indian cent other end, Seal Strong Wrapper. The roll is held in an old Rare & Collectable Seal Strong Wrapper. Actual roll pictured is the roll you will get. A great original bank shotgun roll with very tight ends. We have opened a few of these rolls. They seem to be mixed small cents including Indians, Wheats, Steel cents & some Flying Eagles mixed in. These shotgun rolls are all from a new consignee. They are all frrom one Estate.


Lot#: 699

1837 Built Burnt HT-293 htt Grades vf details

1837 Built Burnt HT-293 Hard Times Token 1c Grades vf details.


Lot#: 700

1919-s Lincoln 1c Grades Select Unc BN

1919-s Lincoln Cent 1c Grades Select Unc BN.


Lot#: 701

Starter Lincoln cent Book 1910-1940 22 coins

Starter Lincoln cent Book 1910-1940 22 coins. A excellent Starter Lincoln cent Book. Dates Included range from 1910-1940. All coins encased in a nice Whitman coin book. An Excellent grouping of 22 coins. M


Lot#: 702

1923-p Peace $1 Graded ms65

NGC 1923-p Peace Dollar $1 Graded ms65 By NGC.


Lot#: 703

1889-p Vam 6 I3 R5 Morgan $1 Grades Choice Unc

1889-p Vam 6 I3 R5 Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice Unc.


Lot#: 704

(1873-1906) Mutsuhito Japanese Silver 10 Sen "Silv

(1873-1906) Mutsuhito Japanese Silver 10 Sen "Silver Dragon" Grades Choice AU.


Lot#: 705

1900-o Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1900-o Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 707

1886-p Rattler Morgan $1 Graded ms63

PCGS 1886-p Rattler Morgan Dollar $1 Graded ms63 By PCGS.


Lot#: 708

1851 Braided Hair 1c Grades f details

1851 Braided Hair Large Cent 1c Grades f details.


Lot#: 709

1882-s Morgan $1 Grades Choice+ Unc

1882-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Choice+ Unc.


Lot#: 710

1902 Indian 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider

1902 Indian Cent 1c Grades Choice AU/BU Slider.


Lot#: 711

1886-p Morgan $1 Grades Select Unc

1886-p Morgan Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 713

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, S

1923 $1 large size Blue Seal Silver Certificate, Signatures of Speelman & White Fr-239 Grades f+. FR 239. The term ?horse blanket? gets used a lot when talking about large size currency. It is most frequently used to describe this bank note. All large size $1 silver certificates have the same blue seal. There are three signature combinations used with 1923 $1 silver certificates. Portrait of?George Washington at center.


Lot#: 714

1924-p Peace $1 Grades Select Unc

1924-p Peace Dollar $1 Grades Select Unc.


Lot#: 717

1891-s Morgan $1 Grades BU+

1891-s Morgan Dollar $1 Grades BU+.


Lot#: 718

(1863) Buisness card IL-150-AE-1a R7 cwt Grades Se

(1863) Buisness card IL-150-AE-1a R7 Civil War Token 1c Grades Select AU.


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