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Over $19.8 Million of United States Coins Sold by Stack’s Bowers at 2019 ANA Auction

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Auction at the ANA World’ Fair of Money attracted collectors from all over the world to Rosemont, Illinois for one of the largest numismatic auctions of the year.

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First US Mint Issues Highlight April Central States Heritage Auction

The Central States Numismatic Society Convention marks its 80th anniversary this year, and Heritage Auctions is proud to be the Official Auctioneer once again. Our CSNS Signature Auction runs from April 25-28, with Platinum Nightscheduled for the evening of Thursday, April 25, at 7 PM CT. Most notable among the many outstanding offerings in this

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Proof 1895 Morgan dollar off market since 1960 in auction

Proof only

Collectors attempting to assemble a complete collection of Morgan dollars by date and Mint mark will often be stopped by the Proof 1895 Morgan dollar.
While U.S. Mint archival records suggest that 12,000 1895 Morgan dollars were struck at the Philadelphia Mint for release into general circulation, numismatic researchers conclude the date is

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Martin registry set tenders PCGS MS-67 red 1954 Lincoln cent

A date and Mint mark set of Lincoln cents is a typical starting point for a collector and examples with gorgeous, original Mint red color are particularly coveted. Heritage offered the Jerald L. Martin Collection at its recent Florida United Numismatists auctions in Orlando, which included several finest-known examples. Over 40 years the collector worked

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MS-67+ red 1911 Lincoln cent brings $15,243.75 at auction

MS-67+ red 1911 Lincoln cent, one of two finest known, brings $15,243.75

This article covers a MS 67+ Red 1911 Lincoln cent. The Lincoln cent was first struck in 1909 and Proof examples with a velvety, matte finish were struck for sale to collectors from 1909 to 1916. Like the aforementioned 1949 cent, the 1911 Lincoln cent is common in nearly all grades and a mintage of

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Herzog Collection of Loan Certificates Hitting Auction!

The Herzog Collection will hit ANA Auction! One of the finest collections ever assembled of American monetary instruments, the John E. Herzog Collection of United States Loan Certificates 1837-2000, will be sold by Stack’s Bowers Galleries at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money Aug. 14. The collection was formed over five decades by

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