All is Quiet
Can’t report very much happening this past week. We did no major deals and heard of no blockbuster events happening, This is to be expected. We are officially in the summer doldrums!
What’s next? It depends on what shows up for sale. Collectors need something major to be excited about. The Baltimore auction is interesting for sure-a killer copper collection and a neat Type set. We are already MAJOR players.. We expect little to no real activity from dealers at the show itself. In fact, each day now we are hearing of a dealer or two canceling their trip. We have always lobbied that the summer Baltimore Show be cancelled. A poor show reflects poorly on the market. This summer show has never been good for any one (that is our league).
An FYI: We have lot viewed the sale. If you seek representation call or email Laura by Monday afternoon: email@example.com.
UPDATED WANT LIST
This past week we have been offered everything we do not need! Commoner coins just don’t help us (and we can only pay the market-what we know we can replace them at). We do not buy or sell Washington Quarters or Franklin Halves.
We desperately need ALL PCGS CAC ONLY MS 65 and higher $5-$20 20th Century Gold. We do NOT need any common dates-unless you have Saints in MS67 PCGS CAC (we need all of those we can buy)! Looking for TWO $20 1907 HR FE PCGS MS66 CAC (ONLY), $20 1913 PCGS CAC MS65, and a $20 1927S PCGS MS64 CAC or better!
Stop by our table 643 at the Baltimore Show offer us your best PCGS/CAC (ONLY) 20th Century gold!
How about this? In the dead of summer we picked up some exciting NEWPS! We got back THREE Nafatzger 1C we bought directly out of the sale and had placed with a good customer: 1C 1818 PCGS MS66BN, 1840 PCGS MS66BN, 1852 PCGS MS66BN. We also got a little group of GEM Peace Dollars. We will also post a PHENOMENAL $1 1881 TD PCGS PR66+ CAMEO CAC. Plus the main highlight-50C 1811 Small date PCGS MS66 CAC Ex Newman!
In the post Baltimore offering we expect to have a very neat mix of MS and PR Seated Dollars-so stay tuned!
LEGEND RARE COIN AUCTIONS
The consignments are pouring in! Remember, this is the FINAL week you can consign. Either see us at our Baltimore table or ship us. Contact Julie Abrams at: firstname.lastname@example.org. We are requesting all colored Morgans be held for the October Coronet II sale (we already have a few neat pieces). Check out what we got in this week:
H.01 1811 PCGS AU55
5C 1880 PCGS MS65 CAC
10C 1919D PCGS MS66FB
25C 1870CC OGH PCGS XF45
25C 1923 PCGS MS67FH
50C 1866 MOTTO PCGS MS65 CAC
50C 1870CC PCGS AU 50
$1 1882 PCGS PR68 CAMEO CAC
$2.5 1899 PCGS PR66+DC CAC
$3 1854D PCGS AU58 CAC
$5 1870CC PCGS XF 40 CAC
Plus, a coin we’re VERY excited to see again: the FINEST KNOWN 50C 1856S Ex Eliasberg (we bought the coin directly out of the sale and placed it immediately) PCGS MS64 CAC. We also got in a deal of 15-20 pieces of pure collector coins (like a 25C 1818 PCGS VF25, $1 1860O PCGS AU50 CAC, etc.). These are all VERY exciting, FRESH, and handpicked coins! Don’t forget the balance of the Simpson/Hall $10 collection is in this sale as well! AWESOME!
If you are going to attend the ANA Show, the entire Sept Regency Sale will be there for lot viewing. We will also have ROUND II of the Coronet on display as well.
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