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Scotsman realizes $1.4 million

The estimates were off by about $10,000.

Expected to bring in approximately $13,000, a 1907 high-relief Roman numeral Saint-Gaudens double eagle, certified MS-62 by Professional Coin Grading Service, actually hammered for $23,500 at the Collectors’ Auction 2005 sale.

Held Oct. 20-21 in association with the fourth annual Silver Dollar & Rare Coin Exposition in St. Charles, Mo., the Scotsman auction offered 1,611 lots that were sold for $1.4 million, including the 15 percent buyer’s premiums.
A 1795 Draped Bust eagle with 13 leaves, graded AU-53 by Numismatic Guaranty Corp., realized $35,750, without the buyer’s premium.

For additional information, contact Scotsman Auction Co. by calling (800) 642-4305 or writing to: 11262 Olive Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63141. For e-mail inquiries, write to johnw@scoins.com.

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