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Legend slates Jan. 27 Beverly Hills auction

Buffalo nickels from the Maybach Collection will highlight the 30th Regency Auction’s first “stand alone” sale.


It will be conducted by Legend Rare Coin Auctions Sunday, Jan. 27, at the Beverly Hills Marriott Hotel (the former Crowne Plaza, site of many numismatic auctions over the years).

“Everyone is accustomed to Regency Auctions being associated with the PCGS Members’ Only shows,” said Julie Abrams, president of Legend Rare Coin Auctions.

“This year, the first PCGS is not scheduled until March, and because of all the fantastic consignments we had received, we decided to conduct a standalone auction in January.

“Our Regency Auction will be one of the auctions that takes place in Southern California just prior to the Long Beach expo, a tradition that goes back generations.”

All told, 491 lots from important holdings including the following collections:

The Maybach Collection will offer fresh Buffalo nickels, all graded MS65 by PCGS, and put together mostly 15-20 years ago by a dedicated specialist collector;

The Formula 1 Collection, a partial set of some of the finest Barber half dollars, is expected to attract strong bidding because of many historic pedigrees.

The Star City CAC Morgan Dollar Collection is a top-10 PCGS Registry Set of Morgan dollars. Every coin is verified by Certified Acceptance Corporation. Each coin was hand selected for a high-end luster, smooth cheek, and bold strike.

“This numismatic offering is a great way to start out the year,” according to Laura Sperber, the founder of LRCA.

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