Important US coins and coins at Stack’s Bowers showcase auction in November

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is delighted to announce its official auction for the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Winter Expo, the first such event since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The visit of the lots will take place from November 16 to 19 at Baltimore Convention Center, while the live sessions of the sale will be held from November 21 to 23 at Griffin Studios in the cabinet Costa Mesa, California Headquarter. Additional Internet-only sessions will be held from November 29 to December 1. An incredible selection of American Colonial rarities, exceptional Federal Coins, some of the most prized tokens and medals in the Numismatic Americana category are offered for sale at Stack’s Bowers Galleries. wide range of US currencies.

American coins

The American parts part of the sale is marked by several important collections, in particular the Aberg, Ornithologist, and Fricke cabinets, which cover a variety of numismatic categories and offer fresh, high-quality selections. The greatest treasures of the American federal currency will be presented in the Night of rarities session, which will take place on Tuesday 23 November.

The session begins with impressive half-cents of rare proof, as well as magnificent large, fresh-from-the-market pennies. Collection of Dr Frances W. Constable, including a phenomenal AU-55 (PCGS) CAC 1793 cent crown.

A world-class silver dollar selection begins with a number of the condition’s first census dollars, including an MS-63 (NGC) BB-61 1796 Draped Bust dollar.

Gold coins are highlighted by an exceptional selection of Half eagles capped bust, including the only best Rarity-7 1797 BD-2 certified to MS-60 (NGC).

The Aberg collection offers a wide variety of rarities in all denominations, including a legendary MS-61 BN (PCGS) CAC 1969-S Doubled Die Avers cent, an MS-63 (PCGS) 1870-CC dollar and a Proof-66 Ultra Cameo 1870 quarter eagle.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries are also excited to present a Lealana 0.1 Bitcoin (BTC) Silver SP-70 (PCGS) during the Rarities Night session, representing the very first physical cryptocurrency to be offered in a public auction. live. Other important rarities of this session include a half dollar MS-62 (NGC) 1870-CC, one dollar Proof-68 Cameo (NGC) 1897, an original three-dollar gold Proof-66 Ultra Cameo (NGC ) from 1873, an iconic Proof-62 (PCGS) 1879 Flowing Hair Stella coin, a Proof-65 (NGC) 1912 Saint-Gaudens $ 20 sable, and a magnificent AU-53 (PCGS) 1849 Mormon $ 20.

The November sale will also feature the official Stack’s Bowers Galleries auction for the Colonial Coin Collectors Club, better known as C4, Monday, November 22. This session presents all kinds of colonial and related currencies, ranging from Massachusetts Money to desirable state brass and early Washington rooms. Included are several historic wardrobes including Fugio Brass from the Pierre Fricke Collection and New Jersey and Connecticut brass of Norman G. Peters Collection. Notable rarities are AU-55 (PCGS) examples of 1787 Fugio Newman 10-T and Newman 11-A, and an incredibly rare 1787 New Jersey Maris 62-r.

Also offered is a remarkable selection of coins from the respected dealer collection Richard rossa, formerly of Rossa and Tanenbaum, as well as a newly discovered 1658 Lord Baltimore shilling and a rare 3 pence Standish Barry from 1790.

Covering virtually all categories of red book, the Birdwatcher Type Set includes desirable treasures like an 1898 Proof-66 Deep Cameo (PCGS) Half Dollar and 1926-S MS-65 RB (NGC) Cent. While the quality of the coins will inspire high bidding, it should be mentioned that a portion of the proceeds from the Birdwatcher type set will be donated to Nature conservation.

A complete selection of Capped bust, half dollars Reeded Edge by sector are presented from the specialist’s office Jim koenings, while a practically complete set of Hairdresser half dollars of Premo Collection includes several sample proofs and many premium Choice and Gem quality parts.

A wide selection of California Fractional Gold coins from Oregon Collection, Part II, features world-class rarities like a Rarity-8 EF-45 (PCGS) BG-209B 1853 Round 25 cents.

Also note a selection of original and high quality products Head of liberty gold coins from the company’s continuing supply of Fairmont Collection.


Passionate Numismatic Americana collectors will feast on a magnificent selection of Presidential investiture medals, including a 1905 Roosevelt Bronze Gem and the extremely rare 1921 Bronze Harding Medal. An impressive group of medals by Tiffany and company can be traced directly back to Tiffany Studios.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is also proud to present Part 3 of the E Pluribus Unum Collection, available as a dedicated catalog. This selection is marked by an incredible array of Indian Peace Medals, Bolen tokens, and important minted copies, all of exceptional quality, desirable provenance and the greatest rarity. The live auction for the E Pluribus Unum collection, part 3 will start on Sunday 21 November.


The live session of Stack’s Bowers Galleries official currency auction will take place on November 22, 2021 and will feature a wide range of US banknotes from all series. Among many awesome offers, Session 4 will feature the Laguna Coast “Gnat” rarity register and collection, which contains one of the best collections of San Francisco Small district notes never formed, as well as many unique and rare San Francisco pieces and an unprecedented number of Top Pop notes. Highlights include lot 20111, a Fr. 1954-F 1928D $ 5 Atlanta Federal Reserve Note in PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ and lot 20119, a Fr. 1957Lm * 1934A $ 5 Federal Reserve Mule Star Note of San Francisco rated PMG Extremely Fine 40.

The session proposes additional exceptional notes directed by lot 20056, a Fr. 374 1890 $ 20 Treasury Note in PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 67 EPQ which sits atop the PMG population report and has never been offered for public auction before. Other highlights include a Fr. 96 $ 1869 10 Legal tender note classified by PMG as Superb Gem Uncirculated 67 EPQ (lot 20029), a Fr. 341 Silver certificate of $ 1,880,100, classified Very Fine 40 by PMG (lot 20051), and a Fr. 1132-I 1918 Federal Reserve $ 500 note of Minneapolis in PCGS Banknote About 50 uncirculated (lot 20067).

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The entire official Stack’s Bowers Galleries auction for the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Winter Show is available for viewing and auction at The company is now accepting shipments of U.S. coins and currency for their March 2022 showcase auction, while their Collectors Choice Online Auctions (CCO) offer a convenient place for the fastest sale at the highest prices. For more information or to register, contact the firm at 800-566-2580 or email [email protected].

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