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This Week's GC Top Ten List - Bidding Ends Sunday, July 11th, 2021

Ian Russell on Sun, Jul 04, 2021 08:35:07 PM

Two Rare S.S. Central America Gold Ingots, Iconic Pan-Pac $50 Gold Round & More

Welcome to this week's Top Ten List, which was particularly difficult to compile from the extensive list of highlights on offer.  


Aside from being a shorter week due to the July 4th holiday, GreatCollections will be attending our first major show in a while - the FUN show.  Say hi to Andy and Isabella at table 620 if you're attending the show.


Although, these ten auctions might be perfect for what you're looking for, please be aware that this is only a tiny percentage of the whole auction.  Each week, GreatCollections auctions over 3,000 certified coins and banknotes!  So, if you don't see anything of interest below, be sure to browse our categories or view all upcoming auctions.


Happy collecting!


- Ian



Number 10:

1860 Seated Liberty Silver Dollar PCGS Proof-64+ CAMEO CAC

Seated Dollars, especially those with CAC are underrated in my opinion. This is a particularly nice example.

Sold for $11,030.62  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (51 Bids)


Number 9:

Splendid S.S. Central America Shipwreck Kellogg & Humbert Gold Ingot 26.64 Oz. ($486.81) PCGS Certified (With America's Greatest Treasure Ship Book)

Gold ingot, certified and encapsulated by PCGS. Recovered from the S.S. Central America shipwreck.

Sold for $92,250.00  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (60 Bids)


Number 8:

2014-W Baseball Hall of Fame Gold $5 First Strike PCGS Proof-70 DCAM (Hank Aaron Signed Label)

The PCGS label is hand-signed by baseball legend Hank Aaron.

Sold for $1,515.38  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (25 Bids)


Number 7:

1912-D Lincoln Cent PCGS MS-65 RB CAC (Toned)

An attractive toned Lincoln Cent, with CAC approval.

Sold for $1,294.88  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (45 Bids)


Number 6:

1873-CC Liberty Gold Double Eagle NGC AU-53

This 1873-CC is part of a collection of Carson City gold coins that we are auctioning.

Sold for $15,750.00  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (17 Bids)


Number 5:

2011 25th Anniversary $1 Silver Eagle Set Early Releases NGC MS-70/Proof-70 (Blue Labels) (5 Coins)

This modern set has stood the test of time - after 10 years, they are still in demand, and few are offered on the market.

Sold for $1,012.50  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (40 Bids)


Number 4:

1936-D Columbia, South Carolina, Sesquicentennial Half Dollar PCGS MS-68+ CAC (Scher/W.P.E. Collection) (Toned)

This is part of the extensive Sunset Collection. Aside from this superb commemorative, there are 49 more coins from this consignor.

Sold for $19,125.00  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (28 Bids)


Number 3:

China ND (1912) Silver Memento Dollar High Stars L&M-48 NGC MS-65 (Toned)

With very attractive original toning.

Sold for $59,762.25  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (108 Bids)


Number 2:

1915-S Panama-Pacific Expostion $50 Gold, Round PCGS MS-64+ CAC

A superb example of this iconic issue, with CAC approval.

Sold for $133,369.88  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (61 Bids)


And Number 1:

Impressive S.S. Central America Shipwreck Kellogg & Humbert Gold Ingot 75.90 Oz. ($1412.08) (With America's Greatest Treasure Ship Book)

Weighing almost 76 oz., this rare gold ingot was recovered from the S.S. Central America shipwreck.

Sold for $195,187.50  (incl. Buyer's Fee)  (80 Bids)


Thank you for viewing this week's Top Ten List at GreatCollections.


We are always looking for quality coins and banknotes for future GreatCollections auctions. Consign today by visiting www.greatcollections.com/selling or calling 1-800-442-6467. Who knows, maybe your consignment will be featured in a future GC Top Ten List!


GreatCollections will be attending the FUN show this week - Table 620.