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Saint-Gaudens gold tops Scotsman

A high-relief, wire rim Roman numeral date 1907 Saint-Gaudens double eagle in Professional Coin Grading Service MS-63 condition brought $24,150 in Scotsman Coins’ Feb. 12 auction in St. Louis.

That and other results added up to a cumulative total of $859,134.25, including the 15 percent buyer’s fees.

Coming close behind the Saint-Gaudens $20 was a 1905 Lewis and Clark gold dollar coin graded MS-66 prooflike by Numismatic Guaranty Corp. It garnered a bid of $21,275.

Next was an original Judd-60 1836 Gobrecht dollar that was graded Proof-30 by PCGS. It fetched $19,775.

John Bush said that the most surprising results were probably lots of unopened proof sets, which commanded bids well over estimates.

“All the collector series did really well,” Bush said.

For more information, visit the Web site at www.scoins.com, or telephone toll free at (800) 642-4305.

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