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Rare Worldwide Coins & Currency Auction

Thursday, October 8, 2015, 10am

Add to Calendar 10-08-2015 10:00:00 10-08-2015 17:00:00 6 Rare Worldwide Coins & Currency Auction The October 8th Rare Worldwide Coins & Currency Auction will provide an exciting variety of property to bidders in Michaan’s second stand-alone coin sale. The auction’s top lot is found in a U.S. 1839 Gobrecht pure silver dollar (lot 1052, $80,000-100,000). Additional highlights of excellence include a U.S. 1895(O) Morgan dollar NGC MS 62 estimated at $25,000-35,000 (lot 1067) as well as a U.S. 1907 gold $20.00 St. Gaudens high relief coin estimated at $9,000-10,000 (lot 1051). The over 200 lot auction will also be brimming with many rare U.S. and ancient Chinese coins as well as modern Chinese Panda pieces of a 5 ounce gold weight. U.S. bank notes, paper money, stocks, bonds and early steel dies will also be made available from the estate of Peter Hunt. 2751 Todd Street, Alameda, CA 94501 Michaan's Auctions info@michaans.com false MM/DD/YYYY

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Saturday, October 3, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, October 4, 9am - 5pm
Day of sale, beginning at 9am
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The October 8th Rare Worldwide Coins & Currency Auction will provide an exciting variety of property to bidders in Michaan’s second stand-alone coin sale. The auction’s top lot is found in a U.S. 1839 Gobrecht pure silver dollar (lot 1052, $80,000-100,000). Additional highlights of excellence include a U.S. 1895(O) Morgan dollar NGC MS 62 estimated at $25,000-35,000 (lot 1067) as well as a U.S. 1907 gold $20.00 St. Gaudens high relief coin estimated at $9,000-10,000 (lot 1051). The over 200 lot auction will also be brimming with many rare U.S. and ancient Chinese coins as well as modern Chinese Panda pieces of a 5 ounce gold weight. U.S. bank notes, paper money, stocks, bonds and early steel dies will also be made available from the estate of Peter Hunt.

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