$ 20 Liberty Head Double Eagles and First Day Family of Eagles in Stephenson’s Gold and Silver Coin …

1893 Double Eagle Liberty Head Gold Coin Estimate of $ 2,200 to $ 2,600
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Four antique coins will be offered on October 29, clockwise from the top left corner: Lot 234, Ionia Miletos Silver Coin, $ 250- $ 500; Lot 250, Mark Antony silver coin, 83-30 BC. J.-C., $ 200- $ 400; Lot 205, Severus Alexander Silver Denarius Coin, AD 222-235, $ ​​100-200; Lot 219 Roman Republic Gens Sauferia silver coin, $ 150- $ 300
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SOUTHAMPTON, Pa .– Numismatics, studying, and collecting coins, is a hobby with noble origins almost as old as silver itself. What sets coins apart from many other types of collectibles is that they have intrinsic value based on the precious metals they contain. Whether in good or bad economic times, gold and silver coins have been touted as a solid alternative investment to the sometimes volatile stock market. Gold and silver coins can also be the ultimate Christmas gifts, both for adults and children – no one ever makes a coin valuable.

With holiday gifts in mind, Stephenson’s Auction in suburban Philadelphia will be hosting a live auction on Friday, October 29, 2021 at a gallery of premium examples of US and international gold and silver coins, featuring Live mail order and internet auctions available exclusively through LiveAuctioneers.

The pieces came to Stephenson from two sources, the first being an estate collection and the second a private gentleman’s collection. A total of 289 lots will cross the auction block, with a choice ranging from ancient silver coins to modern era gold issues.

The American gold coins are ruled by an 1893 and two 1904 Liberty Head Double Eagles, each valued between $ 2,200 and $ 2,600, and a 1927 $ 20 St Gaudens Gold Double Eagle, between $ 1,800 and $ 2,200. A late 2006 $ 50 1 oz .9999 Buffalo gold coin, rated NGC PF 70 Ultra Cameo and signed by Mike Castle, is estimated to be between $ 1,500 and $ 2,500.

A 2021 WG $ 50 Family of Eagles gold coin on the first day of issue is rated NGC PF 70 Ultra Cameo and signed by the 12th Chief Engraver of the US Mint, John M Mercanti. It comes in a mahogany box equipped with papers and is estimated between $ 1,500 and $ 3,000. A beautiful 2015 W $ 100 first strike fine gold .999 high relief coin, PCGS MS 70 graded, features the image of Lady Liberty wearing a laurel wreath and holding a torch in one hand and an American flag on one post in the other. Signed by Edmund C Moy, 38th director of the US Mint, he expects to reach $ 1,500 to $ 2,500.

2015 P $ 200 First Strike High Relief .9999 $ 200 Fine Australian Kangaroo Gold Coin. PR70DCAM PCGS. Presented in a fitted wooden box. Estimate of $ 4,000 to $ 8,000
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An exciting entry from Down Under, a 2015 P $ 200 Australian Kangaroo First Strike High Relief $ 200 Gold Coin is a PCGS rated PR70DCAM. Molded from an exceptionally beautiful work of art, it features an image of the country’s most famous marsupial on the obverse and a high relief image of Queen Elizabeth II on the reverse. The piece is presented in a fitted wooden box and is offered with an estimate of $ 4,000 to $ 8,000.

Desirable Silver Coin Treasure includes such treasures as an uncirculated 2016 Olympian Gods 1 kilo (2.2 lb) Cook Islands silver coin with a face value of $ 50. Executed in multi-layered relief with stunning detailing and an antique finish, it comes in a box with a Certificate of Authenticity and is valued between $ 800 and $ 1,600.

Those new to coins, whether as a hobby or to invest in precious metals, may want to consider a 2004 US Silver Eagle coin of one ounce, $ 40- $ 80; or start in royal style with a 10 British pounds coin (denomination) .9999 fine silver 2018 with Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and the Griffin of Edward on the back. Estimate of $ 300 to $ 400

A fine selection of antique silver coins includes centerpieces such as an Ionia Miletos silver coin, from $ 250 to $ 500; and a Mark Antony silver coin from 83-30 BC, $ 200- $ 400. There are nine examples of Denarius coins, or the standard Roman silver coins produced from the Second Punic War (circa 211 BC) until the reign of Gordian III (238-244 AD). A Severus Alexander denarius from 222-235 AD is expected to earn between $ 100 and $ 200, while a Sauferia coin from the Roman Republic is estimated at $ 150 to $ 300. A silver porridge bearing the likeness of King Henry VI (reigned 1422-1461 and 1470-1471) would make a nice addition to any coin collection and is estimated at between $ 200 and $ 400.

The October 29, 2021 auction will begin at 2 p.m. EST. The inspection will take place from 11 am until the auction start time. View the fully illustrated catalog and register to bid away or live online via Live auctioneers. Questions: tel. 215-322-6182 or by email at [email protected] The gallery is located at 1005 Industrial Blvd., Southampton, PA 18966, Bucks County (a suburb of Philadelphia). Visit Stephenson’s online at www.stephensauction.com.

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