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Gold tops Regency sale results

A record price of $329,000 was paid for this1909-D Saint-Gaudens double eagle that was once part of the Eliasberg collection.(Image courtesy legendauctions.hibid.com)

The Eliasberg 1909-D Saint-Gaudens double eagle in Professional Coin Grading Service MS67 CAC grade sold for $329,000 at the 30th Regency Auction held by Legend Rare Coin Auctions.

Conducted Jan. 27 in Beverly Hills, Calif., the auction featured 491 lots.

The record price includes a 17.5 percent buyer’s fee.

“We are very pleased with the results of our first ever standalone auction; the numbers tell the story best,” said Julie Abrams.

An 1896-O half dollar graded PCGS MS67 CAC from the Formula 1 Collection realized $123,375. This is the single finest known example with a provenance that goes back to the year of issue when J.M. Clapp purchased it directly from the Mint.

A 1920-S half dollar graded PCGS MS66+ CAC sold for $96,938.

An 1895-S half dollar graded PCGS MS67 CAC from the Formula 1 Collection realized $85,188. It is one of the finest of the date boasting the Duckor/Shireman pedigree.

For more information, telephone Abrams at 845-430-4378.

 

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