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U.S. Offerings Abound in Numismatic Auctions L.L.C. Sale

Mint State High Relief Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. $20, 1907 Roman Numerals High Relief – Wire edge variant. Lot #676. (All images courtesy Numismatic Auctions, L.L.C.)

Mint State High Relief Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. $20, 1907 Roman Numerals High Relief – Wire edge variant. Lot #676. (All images courtesy Numismatic Auctions, L.L.C.)

Steve and Lisa Davis of Numismatic Auctions L.L.C. in Lansing, Mich., announce their upcoming Auction Sale #66, which closes to absentee bidding Jan. 31. Internet bidding will close over a five-day online auction event taking place Feb. 7-11.

The auction consists of more than 250,000 coins, tokens and medals along with more than 50,000 bank notes contained within 3,292 lots. The content spans the genres of ancient to modern United States, Canadian and world coins and paper money from hundreds of different nations. ‘

The U.S. section of the sale features more than 1,000 lots with such highlights as early Federal coinage of 1793 to 1795, led by multiple coppers of 1793 including Liberty Cap half cents along with Chain, Wreath and Liberty Cap large cents of the inaugural year of each denomination up to silver coinage from half dimes to silver dollars of 1795. The type and series United States material in the auction features an array from Colonials to moderns, paper money, exonumia and Abraham Lincoln memorabilia.

Rare American gold coins are an area of interest in the sale. Some of the most notable are a coveted uncirculated High Relief Saint-Gaudens $20 of 1907, 1925-D and 1925-S PCGS-certified Mint State double eagles and a highly elusive 1931 uncirculated specimen. Also included are Territorials, key dates and Carson City and Dahlonega Mint gold coinage. A San Francisco Mint gold bar of nearly 9 ounces caps the early American Gold offering. The U.S. section is rounded out by hundreds of half cents to silver dollars, led by an NGC-certified MS-60 1892-S Morgan dollar. Bidders will also find Mint State Morgan and Peace dollar rolls, sets, paper money, unusual tokens and medals, scarce counterfeit detectors and scales, So-Called Dollars and Society of Medalists issues.

“This sale has something for everyone on every level of collecting,” said the Davis couple. “It is our all-time largest and most diverse auction listing to date.”

The listing can be accessed online at www.numismaticauctionsllc.com, which hosts a PDF catalog and an online bidding portal that will open following the close of absentee bidding.

For more information, email numauctionsllc@aol.com, call (517) 394-4443 or write P.O. Box 22026, Lansing, MI 48909.

Items of interest in Sale #66:

Lot 43 – 1793 Chain Cent. S-4, B-5, R3. Period after LIBERTY and date. Early small ANACS slab as Fine15. Dark chocolate brown coloration.

Lot 43 – 1793 Chain Cent. S-4, B-5, R3. Period after LIBERTY and date. Early small ANACS slab as Fine15. Dark chocolate brown coloration.

Lot 49 – 1793 Liberty Cap Large Cent. S-13, B-20, R4. NGC VF details, environmental damage.

Lot 49 – 1793 Liberty Cap Large Cent. S-13, B-20, R4. NGC VF details, environmental damage.

Lot 497- Certified Uncirculated 1892-S Morgan Dollar. Semi-key date that is rare in Mint State. NGC MS-60 with wholesome original toning in devices.

Lot 497- Certified Uncirculated 1892-S Morgan Dollar. Semi-key date that is rare in Mint State. NGC MS-60 with wholesome original toning in devices.

Lot 697 – Double Eagle Mint State Gold $20 of 1931.

Lot 697 – Double Eagle Mint State Gold $20 of 1931.

Lot 731 – San Francisco Mint Gold Bar, ND. 8.655 oz, .9998 fine, 30mm x 50mm. EF. Accompanied by its original 1977 New England Rare Coin Auctions ticket.

Lot 731 – San Francisco Mint Gold Bar, ND. 8.655 oz, .9998 fine, 30mm x 50mm. EF. Accompanied by its original 1977 New England Rare Coin Auctions ticket.