Graded NGC MS 62. Please see the images for further details on the condition of the coin. The Half Eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929 and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980s. Composed almost entirely of gold, it has a face value of five dollars. Its production was authorized by The Act of April 2, 1792, and it was the first gold coin minted by the United States.
Fascinating 1803 BD-4 Ten Struck from a Misaligned Obverse Die on a Flawed PlanchetA Rare Major Mint Error on a Scarce Early Eagle Die Variety1803 Capped Bust Right Eagle. BD-4, Taraszka-29. Rarity-6. Small Reverse Stars--Misaligned Obverse Die--AU-55 (PCGS).Type and Style: Type II: Capped Bust Right, Heraldic Eagle. Style VII: Head of 1795 with 13 large stars arranged eight left, five right; Reverse of 1799 with 13 small stars in the field below the clouds and a short, thick neck on the eagle.
GERMAN WEST AFRICA. Swakopmunder Buchhandlung. 1 Mark, ND (1916). P-12. South West Africa. PCGS GSG Very Fine 30 Details. Tear.Printed on thicker cardstock. Large green underprint. PCGS GSG comments "Tear".Estimate: $300 - $400.
IRAN. Bank Markazi. 50 Rials, ND (1969-71). P-85acts. Color Trial Specimen. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ.A H&S printed color trial Specimen note. Dark blue border design. Watermark of young Shah Pahlavi.Estimate: $400 - $600.
Three liberty mint silver coins. Article 1, section 10 of the constitution on back. Shipping:, We are able to pack and ship this item to an address in the United States for $15.00 via USPS Priority Mail. Tracking information will be sent to your email address. Each additional item of this size would cost $7.50. This price does not include insurance. If you require insurance you will need to ship through a third party. Please inquire about international shipping costs
Munich mint, KM268, Fr-196. Variety with date above. Commemorating the completion of new fortifications around Munich. Obv. Maximilian standing slightly right, fully clad in armor, holding scepter and resting hand upon orb set upon altar to right; all within ornate hallway. Rev. Veduta of Munich within the fortifications; above, the Madonna seated facing among the clouds, holding Holy Infant and scepter; cherub to left and right. Attractively rendered, conveying a satisfying sharpness down to ev
WEST AFRICAN STATES. Banque Centrale des Etats de l'Afrique de l'Ouest. 500 Francs, ND (1959). P-3s. Specimen. PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64.A difficult note to obtain this nice. Black Specimen overprints. PCGS Currency comments "Pinholes at Left".Estimate: $500 - $700.
NEW ZEALAND. Reserve Bank of New Zealand. 10 Dollars, ND (1981-92). P-172ar. Replacement. About Uncirculated.Replacement. The second of two consecutive replacement notes for the Reserve Bank of NZ.Estimate: $25 - $75.
BOLIVIA. Banco Nacional De Bolivia. 40 Centavos, 1875. P-S198p1 & S198p2. Front & Back Proof. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63.2 pieces in lot. A pair of front and back proofs both in CU63 for the 1875 40 Centavos issue. PMG comments "Printer's Annotation" on both and on the reverse also "Small Tear".Estimate: $600 - $1,000.
BELGIAN CONGO. Banque Centrale du Congo Belge. 50 Francs, ND (1953-55). P-27p. Proofs. PMG Choice Uncirculated 62 & 63.2 pieces in lot. Front and back proofs. Both printed by BWC. The face in CU62 with the back in CU 63. PMG notes "Printer's Annotation" and "Previously Mounted" on both.Estimate: $500 - $700.
PHILIPPINES. Philippine Islands Treasury Certificate. 100 Pesos, ND (1944). P-100c. Victory Series. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64.Printed by USBEP. One of a couple Magellan 100 Pesos pieces we are offering this sale. Bright Blue Seal at right. Well impressed VICTORY overprint on the reverse.Estimate: $900 - $1,500.
Scarce and Popular 1950-D/S Quarter1950-D/S Washington Quarter. FS-601. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC.This scarce overmintmark Washington quarter offers rare premium Gem quality. The smooth and lustrous surfaces are adorned with wisps of light iridescent gold toning. It is expertly preserved and ranks among the finest known, with just two coins certified finer by PCGS. Specialists in Washington quarter varieties have long taken note of a strange occurrence with regards to the branch mint issues of 1950. Wh
Graded PCGS VF 30. Please see the images for further details on the condition of the coin. The Barber coinage consisted of a dime, quarter, and half dollar designed by United States Bureau of the Mint Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber. They were minted between 1892 and 1916, though no half dollars were struck in the final year of the series.
FRANCE. Banque de France. 5000 Francs, 1941. P-97c. About Uncirculated.A 5000 Francs note. Seen with appealing design. In About Uncirculated condition. Seen with pinholes and light rust spots.Estimate: $100 - $200.
Breathtakingly Beautiful 1851 San Francisco State of California $2.50 Silver Die Trial1851 San Francisco State of California $2.50 Die Trial. K-1. Rarity-7-. Silver. Reeded Edge. MS-66 (PCGS).This gorgeous Gem really needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. Both sides are vividly toned, the obverse with rich antique gold and blue-gray peripheral toning around a blush of lighter pinkish-rose iridescence in the center. For the reverse we note blended antique gold, light olive, blue-gray and pale
A lovely low serial number note that combines the allure of coming from the second sheet of notes issued for the Dallas district with being bright and well margined for the assigned grade. Back in 2011, we sold the serial number K3A note for the Friedberg number for just shy of $11,000. We certainly feel this piece should easily reach our estimate here this evening of...HID07601242017
Graded PCGS MS 64. Please see the images for further details on the condition of the coin. The 1936 Wisconsin Centennial half dollar was yet another commemorative issue that honored event of no real national significance. In this case, it was the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Wisconsin territory. It seems the coin was essentially an afterthought, as the centennial celebrations were to be held on July 4thof 1936, and the legislation authorizing the mintage of no less than 25,000 coins
Elizabeth II (1952 -), gold proof Five-Pounds, 1984, obverse portrait by Arnold Machin, crowned head right, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, ELIZABETH. II. DEI. GRATIA REGINA. F: D:, rev. St George and dragon right, date in exergue, B.P. to upper right of exergue for designer Benedetto Pistrucci (S.4201). Official mintage of 8,000 single pieces, light hairlines mainly on reverse, otherwise mint state with full lustre and cameo effect, in PCGS slab graded PR67 DCAM.