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While most attention has been directed at the 1913 Liberty nickel that sold for $3,737,500, a 1927-D Saint-Gaudens $20 gold coin also sold during the Heritage Platinum Night Jan. 7 in Orlando. Continue reading
The finest known 1795 large cent with a reeded edge sold for a record $1,265,000 Sept. 6. It was a highlight of the Dan Holmes collection of early large cents. Continue reading
On May 29, at the Long Beach Coin, Stamp and Collectible Expo, Heritage auctioned the finest known 1856-O double eagle for $1,437,500. Continue reading
Doyle New York, an art and collectibles auction firm in Manhattan, now has an active coin division. It held an auction on Sept. 18. Continue reading
Two U.S. coins each sold for more than $400,000 when the firm of Ira and Larry Goldberg conducted auctions May 27-30. Continue reading
A wide range of U.S. coins and paper money, and a tremendous variety of world coins and medals, will be offered in the May 27-30 auction conducted by the firm of Ira and Larry Goldberg. Continue reading
Bowers and Merena, a division of Spectrum, will conduct the official auction of the Baltimore Coin and Currency Convention. A range of U.S. coins, and other numismatic items, will be offered March 21-23. Continue reading
Two rare gold quarter eagles will highlight the Feb. 14-17 Heritage Auction Galleries official Long Beach Coin, Stamp and Collectibles Expo sale. Continue reading