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Stack's Bowers June 2021 Collector's Choice Auction Results

Stack’s Bowers held their June 2021 Collectors Choice Online Auction focusing on U.S. coins and currency. Bidding began on June 9th and there were quite a few notes that sold well above their estimated points. We’ve gathered just a few to look at just how well this auction went. To see more, visit stacksbowers.com. All images courtesy of Stack’s Bowers.

This 1934A $1000 Federal Reserve Note from Chicago was estimated to sell for $3,000-$4,000 and sold for $4,320. The bold design and dark green overprints make this beautiful note a nice addition to a collection.

This 1934A $1000 Federal Reserve Note from Chicago was estimated to sell for $3,000-$4,000 and sold for $4,320. The bold design and dark green overprints make this beautiful note a nice addition to a collection.

An 1896 $1 Silver Certificate, graded PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. This note was estimated at $2,000-$3,000 and sold for $4,080, well above the estimated price. The front design can be seen with stunning detail, including names of important Americans lining the border, and a red seal in the bottom right.

An 1896 $1 Silver Certificate, graded PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. This note was estimated at $2,000-$3,000 and sold for $4,080, well above the estimated price. The front design can be seen with stunning detail, including names of important Americans lining the border, and a red seal in the bottom right.

This 1860 $100 note from the Monticello Bank in Charlottesville, Virginia is graded PMG Very Fine 20. An image of the bank can be seen at left, and Jefferson at right. The note was estimated at $600-$800 and realized $2,280.

This 1860 $100 note from the Monticello Bank in Charlottesville, Virginia is graded PMG Very Fine 20. An image of the bank can be seen at left, and Jefferson at right. The note was estimated at $600-$800 and realized $2,280.

1922 $20 Gold Certificate graded PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 realized $1,800, when it had been estimated at $800-$1,200. The gold seal and serial number provides bright contrast, adding to its eye appeal.

1922 $20 Gold Certificate graded PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 realized $1,800, when it had been estimated at $800-$1,200. The gold seal and serial number provides bright contrast, adding to its eye appeal.