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Numismatic and Precious Metal Collectibles for sale are listed in alphabetical order by country, then by year. They include coins, paper money, rounds, medals, and ingots.
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AUSTRIA BAHAMAS BRAZIL CANADA CAYMAN ISALNDS
CHINA EAST CARIBBEAN ENGLAND FRANCE GERMANY
GREECE HAITI JAPAN MEXICO RUSSIA
THAILAND UNITED STATES MISCELLANEOUS    

AUSTRIA

1921 10 HELLER NOTE: About Uncirculated condition, light corner rounding, still crisp, Gutschein des Landes Oberösterreich, size 2 x 2 3/4 inches, World War I era currency, ornate front with a blank back. See note  $3

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BAHAMA ISLANDS

1970 BAHAMA ISLANDS PROOF SET: 9 Coin Proof Set struck and packaged at The Franklin Mint under authorization of the Bahamas Monetary Authority, uncirculated, set includes .925 Silver Five Dollar and Two Dollar coins, .800 Silver One Dollar and 50 Cent coins, plus 25¢ (nickel), 15¢ (copper-nickel), 10¢ (copper-nickel), 5¢ (copper-nickel), and 1¢ (nickel-brass) pieces. The sealed plastic form tray is showing brittleness from age. The $2 piece is no longer solidly encased in plastic and is showing some patination/oxidation on the obverse. The whole set comes in a hinged display box, size approximately 8 x 4 inches, with Certificate of Authenticity and handling instructions sheet. A white cardboard slip with "Coins of the Bahamas 1970 Proof Set Struck by the Franklin Mint" printed on it protects the box. See set and coa  See obverse and reverse  $85

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BRAZIL

1943-44 2 CRUZEIROS NOTE: About Uncirculated condition, only minor wear, circulated but crisp, Serie 62A, Serial No. 065190, World War II issue with signature overprint on front, size 2 5/8 x 6 1/8 inches, Luís Alves de Lima e Silva, Duque de Caxias on front and Military School of Rezende on back. See note  $8

1943-44 5 CRUZEIROS NOTE: About Uncirculated condition, only minor wear, circulated but crisp, Serie 27A, Serial No. 087712, World War II issue with signature overprint on front, size 2 5/8 x 6 1/8 inches, José Maria da Silva Paranhos on front and Conquest of the Amazon on back. See note  $8

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CANADA

LOT OF 17 SILVER CANADIAN DIMES: 1939 - 1967, circulated, condition varies - nothing very high grade, roughly 1.276 Troy ounces, lot includes King George VI: 1939, 1940, 1945, 1946, 1950; Queen Elizabeth II: 1953 sf, 1960, 1961(2), 1962, 1963(2), 1964(2), 1965, 1967(2) centennial, all are .800 Silver content except the 1967s which may be .800 or .500 Silver. See coin lot  All 17 for $25

LOT OF 20 SILVER CANADIAN QUARTERS: 1937 - 1967, circulated, condition varies - nothing very high grade, roughly 3.737 Troy ounces, lot includes King George VI: 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944, 1947 maple leaf, 1949, 1950, 1952 low relief; Queen Elizabeth II: 1954, 1955, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, and 1967(3) centennial, all are .800 Silver content except the 1967s which may be .800 or .500 Silver. See coin lot  All 20 for $73

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CAYMAN ISLANDS

1972 $25 COMMEMORATIVE SILVER COIN: Specimen Uncirculated Edition, .925 Sterling Silver, weight 1.65 Troy ounces (51.35 g), 1.75 inches (45mm) in diameter, BU still sealed in the original packaging, mintage 186,000, struck at the Royal Canadian Mint in 1972, obverse is a bust of Queen Elizabeth II and the reverse features Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, twenty-five dollar coin issued to commemorate the 25th wedding anniversary of the royal couple. See coin  $45

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CHINA

1940 10 YUAN NOTE:  Very good condition, circulated, folds, vertical edge stains, "4547R 3687J" written on reverse, Serial No. U329062J, size 3 1/8 x 6 1/2 inches, Portrait of Sun Yat-sen on the obverse and 10 TEN YUAN, Bank Of China, 1940, with the Hall of Annual Prayer (part of the Temple of Heaven) on the reverse. See note  $2

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EAST CARIBBEAN STATES

1981 and 1989 ONE DOLLAR COIN LOT: 1981, circulated, round, aluminum-bronze, Queen Elizabeth II obverse and The Golden Hind Ship reverse; and 1989, Almost Uncirculated (AU), decagonal shape, copper-nickel, Queen Elizabeth II obverse and The Golden Hind Ship reverse. See coins  Both for $3.50

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ENGLAND (UK)

LOT OF 11 UK COINS: 1917 - 1976, circulated, condition varies - nothing very high grade, includes: 1957 Half Crown Queen Elizabeth II (copper-nickel), 1948 One Shilling - King George VI, Scottish Crest reverse (copper-nickel), 1955 Six Pence Queen Elizabeth II - Reverse motto between beads (copper-nickel), 1959 Six Pence Queen Elizabeth II (copper-nickel), 1952 Three Pence King George VI (brass), 1917 One Penny King George V (bronze), 1938 One Penny King George VI (bronze), 1962 One Penny Queen Elizabeth II (bronze), 1975 One New Penny Queen Elizabeth II (bronze), 1971 and 1976 Half New Penny Queen Elizabeth II (bronze). See coins  All for $12

1971 WATERLOO MEDAL by PISTRUCCI: Benedetto Pistrucci's medallion restrike as issued by John Pinches (London) in 1971, Uncirculated, .925 Sterling Silver, 120 grams/3.858 Troy ounces, 63mm/2.48 inches in diameter, #878 of 5,000 medals struck, the number on the certificate corresponds to the number struck on the medal's edge. The obverse depicts the four allied rules George Prince Regent, Emperor Francis I of Austria, Tsar Alexander I of Russia, and King Frederick William III of Prussia. The reverse has at center equestrian figures meant to be Wellington and Blücher, with Victory between them, guiding them to battle. The medal was artistically created with a muted finish and burnt shadowing to enhance the highlights. Includes the original 4.5 x 4.5 inch square hinged display box, accompanying descriptive paperwork and the certificate of authenticity. See medal  See medal boxed  See coa and paperwork  $240

1973 FIFTY PENCE COMMEMORATIVE COIN: 50 Pence (0.50 GBP), circulated, copper-nickel composition, coin commemorates the entry of Great Britain into the European Economic Community, Queen Elizabeth II obverse and circular joining hands reverse, unusual equilateral curved heptagon shape. See coin  $1.50

THE TOWER OF LONDON MEDALLION: Limited edition, solid bronze medallion, minted in 1978 by The Tower Mint in London, England to commemorate 900 years of H.M. Tower of London. Size is 1.75 inches (45mm) in diameter. The obverse depicts the tower in full relief and the reverse shows a raven with the 1078 - 1978 above it. While this is uncirculated, a natural patination has occurred with age on the medallion. The mint suggests not polishing the coin and I haven't, but you certainly may. It comes in an attractive red hinged presentation case, size approximately 3 inches square, with red felt interior and text inside identifying the medallion. Also, a small care slip from The Tower Mint. Later editions have been minted, but only the 1978 edition carries the 900 year span commemoration. (2 available) See obverse, reverse, case, and care slip  See second medallion  $35

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FRANCE

1965 10 FRANC SILVER COIN: 10F, .900 Silver, circulated (XF45 or better), 37mm diameter (1 7/16 inches), weight 25 grams (0.804 Troy ounces), Hercules group obverse and denomination/date within wreath reverse, comes in a soft plastic sleeve. See coin  $25

1986 100 FRANC PIEDFORT STATUE OF LIBERTY SILVER COIN: 100F, .900 Silver, Brilliant Uncirculated, 31mm diameter (1 3/16 in.), weight 30 grams (0.965 Troy ounces), commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, comes encapsulated in plastic. (5 available) See sample coin  $29

LOT OF 9 FRENCH 1971-1991 COINS: Coinage run lot includes: 1990 10 Francs (nickel center in copper-aluminum ring), 1971 5 Francs (copper-nickel), 1981 2 Francs (nickel), 1991 1 Franc (Sower, nickel), 1988 1 Franc (Charles de Gaulle, nickel), 1985 1/2 Franc (nickel), 1991 20 Centimes (copper-aluminum), 1990 10 Centimes (copper-aluminum), and 1987 5 Centimes (copper-aluminum), All high grade, most Almost Uncirculated (AU) condition. See coin lot  All 9 for $16

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GERMANY

1819 4 HELLER COIN: German States, Hessen-Kassel, circulated, copper composition, crowned WK monogram obverse and denomination/date reverse. Ever want to own a coin over 200 years old? Here's your chance! See coin  $12

1920 25 PFENNIG COIN: Circulated, iron composition, Stadt Bonn Notgeld, Ludwig van Beethoven on obverse, World War I era coinage. See coin  $5

1921 50 PFENNIG NOTE: Extremely Fine condition, minor wear and corner rounding, circulated but crisp, Notgeld der Stadt Ohrdruf, Serial No. 095620, size 2 7/8 x 4 1/4 inches, World War I era currency, beautiful woodcut design on back; these notes were works of art. See note  $6

1921 50 PFENNIG NOTE: Uncirculated, Parey Sonnen Wende, Serial No. 7367, size 2 3/8 x 4 1/4 inches, World War I era currency, Paul von Hindenburg on front and text on back. See note  $10

192_ 5 MARK NOTGELD: About Uncirculated condition, light corner rounding, still crisp, Die Stadtsparkasse Greiffenberg, size 2 3/8 x 3 5/8 inches, World War I era currency (emergency money), crest on front and snow giant on back. Notgeld refers to money issued by an institution in a time of economic or political crisis when an insufficient amount of state-produced money was available from the central bank, as was the case in Germany and Austria during WWI. All samples I've seen of this bill are blank. See note  $5

1941-A 50 REICHSPFENNIG COIN: Circulated, aluminum composition, Deutsches Reich Eagle with swastika on obverse, World War II era Nazi coinage. See coin  $9

1943-F 1 REICHSPFENNIG COIN: Circulated, zinc composition, Deutsches Reich Eagle with swastika on obverse, World War II era Nazi coinage. See coin  $4

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GREECE

TETRADRACHM OF GELA, SICILY REPRODUCTION COIN: Modern era, As issued - created to look aged and worn, original was circa- 470 BC, this was struck as a souvenir of Greece, "COPY" stamped on reverse. See coin  $3

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HAITI

1992 1 GOURDE NOTE: Uncirculated, Banque de la Republique D'Haiti, Serial No. AG534939, size 2 1/2 x 4 7/8 inches, François-Dominique Toussaint L'Ouverture on front and the Coat of Arms of Haiti on back. See note  $5

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JAPAN

1942-46 5 YEN SECONDARY NOTE:  Very good condition, circulated, folds, vertical edge stains, "Marshall Isles 1944" written on obverse (where and when the note was obtained!), P43, Serial No. 687120, size 3 x 5 inches, Sugawara no Michizane with Kitano Tenmangū on the obverse and 5 YEN with ornate design on the reverse. World War II era currency. See note  $2

1942 10 CENTAVOS NOTES (PHILIPPINE INVASION MONEY): Lot of two, Extremely Fine condition, circulated but with outstanding eye appeal, no folds, very minor corner wear, First Series, Serial No. P/AD, size 2 x 4 1/8 inches. During World War II in the Philippines, the occupying Japanese government issued fiat currency in several denominations. This is known as the Japanese government-issued Philippine fiat peso. It was often referred to as "Mickey Mouse money" by the locals because of the huge amounts required to purchase anything. See notes front and back  Both for $8.50

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MEXICO

1968 25 PESOS COINS: Lot of 2, 19th Summer Olympics Commemorative Coins, .720 Silver, AU50 and AU53 (or better), 38mm diameter (1.5 inches), weight 22.5 grams/0.723 Troy ounces each, Mexican National Arms obverse and Olympic Rings with dancing native Indian reverse. See coins  Both for $38

1971 LOT OF 2 COINS: 1 Peso, copper-nickel, circulated, very attractive with little to no wear, Jose Maria Morelos on obverse and the seal of the United Mexican States on the reverse; and 50 Centavos, copper-nickel composition, circulated, very attractive with little to no wear, Cuauhtemoc the last Aztec emperor on obverse and the seal of the United Mexican States on the reverse. See peso  See centavos  Both for $2.25

1972 5 PESO COIN: Circulated, copper-nickel composition, very attractive with little to no wear, Vicente Guerrero on obverse and the seal of the United Mexican States on the reverse. See coin  $2.50

1973 20 PESO NOTES: Lot of Two, Gem Uncirculated, Banco de Mexico, 18 July 1973, Serie X, Consecutive Serial Number pair (X9480121 & 2), size 2 5/8 x 6 1/8 inches, Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon on front and Mayan pyramid on back. See notes front and back  Both notes for $15

1975 LOT OF 5 COINS: Two 1 Peso coins, copper-nickel, Almost Uncirculated (AU), Jose Maria Morelos on obverse and the seal of the United Mexican States on the reverse; One 20 Centavos coin, copper-nickel, Almost Uncirculated (AU), Francisco Ignacio Madero González on obverse and the seal of the United Mexican States on the reverse; and Two 5 Centavos coins, brass, Almost Uncirculated (AU), Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez on obverse and the seal of the United Mexican States on the reverse. See pesos  See 20 centavos  See 5 centavos  All 5 for $6

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RUSSIA (USSR)

1961 RUBLE NOTE LOT: Lot of two 1 Ruble and one 3 Ruble Notes, all circulated, 1 Ruble A): Choice Very Fine condition, tri-folded but still crisp, Serial No. 9688062 and 1 Ruble B): Very Fine condition, Serial No. 0450694, both size roughly 4 1/8 x 2 1/8 inches, 3 Rubles: Choice About Uncirculated condition, Serial No. 0533530, size roughly 4.5 x 2.25 inches, USSR Soviet cold war money. See A) 1 ruble  See B) 1 ruble  See 3 ruble  All 3 for $12

KOPEK COIN LOT: Lot of 7 Coins, circulated, includes three 15 Kopek coins, nickel-brass composition, dated 1978, 1982 and 1989; three 5 Kopek coins, aluminum-bronze composition, dated 1979, 1981 and 1987; and one 1 Kopek coin, brass composition, dated 1990. CCCP Hammer and Sickle on obverse of all, USSR Soviet cold war money. See coins  All 7 for $12

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THAILAND

1978 100 BAHT NOTE: Fine condition, average circulation wear, Serial No. 0 C 7393085, size 3 1/8 x 6 inches, H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) on front (also in watermark) and Statue of Somdet Phra Naresuan Maharaj on back. See note  $7.50

1981 20 BAHT NOTE: Fine condition, average circulation wear, Serial No. 3 E 3552183, size 2 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches, H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) on front (also in watermark) and statue on back. See note  $4

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UNITED STATES

1922 ROLL OF 20 PEACE SILVER DOLLARS: One tube of 20 United States One Dollar coins, roughly 0.86 Troy ounces/26.73 grams each, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, circulated, most AU-50 or better, all 1922 Philadelphia mint, Liberty obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $600

1923 ROLL OF 20 PEACE SILVER DOLLARS: One tube of 20 United States One Dollar coins, roughly 0.86 Troy ounces/26.73 grams each, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, circulated, most AU-50 or better, all 1923 Philadelphia mint, Liberty obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $600

1924 ROLL OF 20 PEACE SILVER DOLLARS: One tube of 20 United States One Dollar coins, roughly 0.86 Troy ounces/26.73 grams each, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, circulated, most AU-50 or better, all 1924 Philadelphia mint, Liberty obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $600

1925 PEACE SILVER DOLLAR: United States One Dollar coin, roughly 0.86 Troy ounces/26.73 grams, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, circulated, AU-55 or better, 1925 Philadelphia mint, Liberty obverse and Eagle reverse. Comes in a soft plastic sleeve. See coin  $32

1926-S PEACE SILVER DOLLAR KEYCHAIN: United States One Dollar Silver coin mounted in a ring for use as a keychain, created early-1970s, coin roughly 0.86 Troy ounces/26.73 grams, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, circulated, 1926 San Francisco mint, Liberty obverse and Eagle reverse. See keychain  $36

ROLL OF 40 SILVER STANDING LIBERTY QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, heavily circulated, dates on almost all are obliterated, you can barely see a handful of 1926, 1927 and 1930 dates, sold as bulk silver with no numismatic value, roughly 7.38 Troy ounces, issued from 1916 to 1930, Standing Liberty obverse and Flying Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $185

1930s ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, all from 1934 - 1939, P-D-S, many dates worn but legible, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.75 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $200

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1930s-1958 THREE ROLLS OF WHEAT PENNIES: Lot of 3 rolls ($1.50 Face Value) of 50 United States Lincoln "Wheat Back" 1 cent coins, 95% Copper/5% Zinc or Tin composition, all from the 1930s to 1958, some dates worn but all legible, random sorts so no guarantee on years, all circulated, Abraham Lincoln obverse and Wheat Stalks reverse. See rolls  All 3 rolls for $8.50

1930s-1964 HALF ROLL SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One half roll ($5 Face Value) of 20 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, all from 1930s to 1964 P-D-S, some dates worn but all legible, random sorts so no guarantee on years, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. (multiples available)  $110

1936 BUFFALO/INDIAN HEAD NICKEL TIE TACK: Vintage 1960s-70s, Remember back in the good ol' days when we were told it was illegal to deface U.S. currency and people carved coinage into jewelry anyway? Well, here's your opportunity to travel back to yesteryear for a 1936 Buffalo/Indian Head nickel tie tack. Negative space carved to feature the Indian Head obverse with the mutilated Buffalo on back. 1936 date legible, circulated nickel but very good condition tie tack, still holds your tie in place, obtained in the seventies. See tie tack  $10

1940s ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, all from 1940 - 1949, P-D-S, dates legible, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.93 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1950-1951 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 5 are 1950, 8 are 1950-D, 1 is 1950-S, 14 are 1951, 7 are 1951-D, and 5 are 1951-S, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.93 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1952-1953 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 10 are 1952, 17 are 1952-D, 1 is 1952-S, 5 are 1953, 4 are 1953-D, and 3 are 1953-S, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.93 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1953-1955 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 4 are 1953, 8 are 1953-D, 3 are 1953-S, 11 are 1954, 10 are 1954-D, 1 is 1954-S, and 3 are 1955, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.93 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

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1957 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 24 are 1957 and 16 are 1957-D, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.93 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1958-1959 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 1 is 1958, 17 are 1958-D, 12 are 1959, and 10 are 1959-D, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 8 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1950s ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, all from 1951 - 1959, P-D-S, dates legible, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.93 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1960 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 16 are 1960, 23 are 1960-D and 1 is a 1959, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 7.93 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1961 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 10 are 1961 and 30 are 1961-D, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 8 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1962-1963 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 13 are 1962, 21 are 1962-D, and 6 are 1963, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 8 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse.  $205

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1962-1964 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 15 are 1962, 9 are 1962-D, 4 are 1963, 4 are 1963-D, and 8 are 1964-D, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 8 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

1963 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 20 are 1963 and 20 are 1963-D, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 8 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. (1 more 1963/63D roll available) See obverse  See reverse  $205

1964-D KENNEDY FIFTY CENT PIECE: United States Fifty Cent coin, 0.44 oz/12.5 gr, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, circulated, AU-50 or better, 1964 Denver mint, John F. Kennedy obverse and the Great Seal of the U.S. reverse. See coin  $13

1964 ROLL OF 40 SILVER WASHINGTON QUARTERS: One roll ($10 Face Value) of 40 United States quarters, 90% Silver/10% Copper composition, 29 are 1964 and 11 are 1964-D, all circulated, sold as bulk silver, roughly 8 Troy ounces, George Washington obverse and Eagle reverse. See obverse  See reverse  $205

NEW YORK BANK TENDER REPRODUCTIONS: Set of five (5) reproductions of early tender from the 1800s used in New York. Condition New/As Issued - made to look weathered, Printed in the 1960s on antiqued 3.25 x 7 inch paper, includes: $2 (City Trust & Banking Co. 1839), $3 (Bull's Head Bank 1864), $5 (Atlantic Bank 1809), $10 (New-York Loan Company 1838), and $100 (The Clinton Bank 1830). Ornately designed fronts with blank backs. See full set  Set of 5 for $7.50

1967-68 KENNEDY SILVER HALF DOLLAR COINS: Lot of 4, United States John F. Kennedy Half Dollar/50 Cent Piece, Almost Uncirculated (AU-50 or better), coins are 40% Silver and 60% Copper, lot includes three 1967 and one 1968-D, Kennedy obverse and variation of the Great Seal of the U.S. reverse. See coins  All 4 for $20

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1969 MEN IN SPACE SERIES STERLING SILVER PROOF SET: Complete Proof Set of 21 Medals/Rounds, Limited to 13,885 Proof Sets minted (Set #S02873), Issued in 1969 by The Danbury Mint, .925 Sterling Silver Proofs, medals 1 7/16 inches in visible diameter (probably 1 1/2 inches), approximate weight 0.725 oz. or 20.6 gr. per round (roughly 13.9 total Troy ounces). Includes silver proof rounds commemorating projects Mercury III - IX, Gemini III - XII and Apollo VII - XI, all medals are sealed under protective plastic in a nice padded 12 1/2 x 9 inch display folder with "The Danbury Mint  Men In Space Series  First Edition  Sterling Silver Proof Set" stamped onto the cover. Includes the original registration certificate with the name cut from the original owners space and the twenty-one, double-sided, 4 x 6 inch, coated "permanent reference cards" that describe each of the proof medals. Great item for collectors of the U.S. space program who are also silver investors. See medals and cover  See sample cards  See certificate  Complete Set in Folder for $525

1970 MAYFLOWER STERLING SILVER PROOF MEDAL: Limited Edition of 10,000 Proofs, Serial Number 00391 (etched on the edge), Issued in 1970 by The Danbury Mint, .925 Sterling Silver, approximate weight 1.5 oz. (1.367 Troy ounces) and diameter 1 11/16 inches, obverse shows the Mayflower with the 1620-1970 350th anniversary dates and the reverse has a cartographical reproduction of Cape Cod Bay. A small amount of patination/oxidation is present on the round's edge. The medal has never been cleaned, but you are certainly free to do so and restore the shine. Comes with the original paperwork and registration certificate bearing the matching serial number on the medal. The plastic case is scuffed. See medal  See paperwork  $40

1970 UNITED NATIONS WORLD YOUTH ASSEMBLY COMMEMORATIVE SILVER MEDALS: Lot of 2, Issued in 1970 by The Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver Proof Medals, approximately 1 Troy ounce each, 1.5 inches in diameter, consecutive Serial Numbers 09190 and 09191 are etched on the edges. These 1970 Youth For Peace silver proof rounds come sealed in a plastic film that is embedded into a July 9, 1970 dated UN "First Day of Issue" card with a UNNY #209 6¢ Peace and Progress stamp on it. Includes the original packaging which features a description card and a 6 5/8 x 4 5/8 inch blue vinyl folder to protect the cards (the inner clear plastic sleeve on one folder is torn at the top). See sample medal on card  See sample medal close-up  Both for $52

1970-1971 THE FRANKLIN MINT TREASURY OF PRESIDENTIAL COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS SILVER PROOF SET: Complete Original Set of 36 Medals, Exclusive American Express Edition, Limited Edition of 63,234 Proof Sets, issued from May 1970 to April 1971 by The Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver Proof Medals, each 1.53 inches (39mm) in diameter and 500 grains/1.04 Troy Ounces (total weight for the set is 37.44 Troy Ounces). These medals are in their original state as shipped by The Franklin Mint, sealed under plastic on twelve 8 x 3.5 inch cards, three per card. 16 have minor points of oxidation near an edge or along the rim. The obverse contains a portrait of the president, Washington through Nixon, and the reverse contains the name, born/died dates, wife's name, and biographical facts about the president. Includes the empty 8 1/2 x 10 7/8 inch set binder, promotional flyer, 40 page Presidential Profiles booklet, handling instructions, and the final letter for the set from the Franklin Mint. See 1 - 9 obverse  See 1 - 9 reverse  See 28 - 36 obverse  See 28 - 36 reverse  See binder and booklet  Complete Set with Binder for $900

1970 - 1989 FRANKLIN MINT COLLECTORS SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP "COINS": Lot of 17 medals ("coins"), All are .925 Sterling Silver with 24KT Gold plating, they were issued annually to charter members, included are rounds dated 1970 - 1980, 1982, 1985 - 1989. In 1980, the size was reduced from 1 inch in diameter to 3/4 of an inch. The 13 medals from 1972, 1974, 1976 and later are Mint and all mounted on their original unsigned membership cards in their original vinyl sleeves. The remaining 4 rounds are without cards in a plastic sleeve. A few original folders and member letters will also be included in the lot. See samples on cards  All 17 for $95

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1971 BANKMARKED STERLING SILVER INGOTS PROOF SET: Complete Set of 50 Ingots, issued in 1971 by The Franklin Mint, Limited Edition of 8,014 Proof Sets, .925 Sterling Silver Proof Ingots, each 1,000 grain Sterling Silver ingot measures 1.75 x 0.875 inches, total weight for the set is 104.17 Troy Ounces/114.285 Ounces. Ingots were never handled and are in the condition they were in when shipped from the Franklin Mint. The face of each ingot bears the name/logo from a U.S. bank and the set represents each of the 50 states. The bars are organized in alphabetical order in the display case. The ingots are protected by a single clear plastic cover that is formed to surround all 50 silver ingots. The original die-cut board and velvet pad are still in place. The set comes in a velvet lined heavy wood display chest measuring roughly 24 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches. The chest does have some minor nicks along the sides and top. If your focus is only the silver, you can save quite a bit on shipping by not taking the chest. Includes Certificate of Authenticity, Care & Handling folder, Franklin Mint subscriber letter, set promo flyer, and the original pair of "special gloves" provided by the FM. See full set and coa  See closups  See chest  Complete Set in Chest for $3,000

1971 IN COMMEMORATION OF THE INAUGURATION OF THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE: Joint issue in July 1971 by the U.S. Post Office and The Franklin Mint, this philatelic and numismatic Limited Edition combination includes a .925 Sterling Silver, Uncirculated, Proof Medal, 1.5 inches in diameter, the obverse features Benjamin Franklin and Winton M. Blount and the reverse bears the seals of the U.S. Post Office Department and the U.S. Postal Service with the signatures of the two men on the obverse. On either side of this round are two U.S. postage stamps, Scott #1352 Grand Union Flag 6¢ stamp with a June 30, 1971 Philadelphia, PA hand-cancellation and Scott #1338F Flag 8¢ stamp with a July 1, 1971 Washington, DC hand-cancellation to commemorate the inauguration of the USPS on July 1, 1971. Both stamps and medal are encased in plastic and mounted on a cardboard insert. This insert slides into an embossed 9 3/4 x 4 5/8 inch sleeve that folds open for display purposes. The back of the sleeve is die-cut to allow viewing of the medal's reverse. Condition is as issued, comes with a descriptive booklet, letter from the Joint Postal Commemorative Committee and even the original cardboard mailer. See medal/stamps  See medal closup/booklet  $33

1971 POSTMASTERS OF AMERICA COMMEMORATIVE ISSUE NO. 1: Joint issue in July 1971 by the U.S. Post Office and The Franklin Mint, this philatelic and numismatic Limited Edition combination includes a .925 Sterling Silver, Uncirculated, Proof Medal (shows some mild patination by the obverse date and in 3 spots on the edge), approximately 1 ounce, 1.5 inches in diameter, the obverse features a likeness from The Spirit of '76 by Archibald Willard and the reverse an Eagle with shield and text that reads: Commemorative Issue No. 1 Issued July 4, 1971 Washington, DC." The First Day Cover is for Scott #1432 American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976 8¢ stamp with a July 4, 1971 Washington, DC cancellation. The medal is imbedded in cardboard under plastic, but it is not sealed. The FDC has the address cut out and the envelope back flap functions as the Certificate of Authenticity. The back of the envelope is die-cut to allow viewing of the medal's reverse. Comes with a descriptive card the original 4 3/8 x 8 inch blue embossed cardboard folder. See FDC with medal  See medal and card  $28

1971-S EISENHOWER U.S. ONE DOLLAR PROOF COIN: 1971-S, San Francisco Mint, Uncirculated Proof, Composition: 40% Silver/60% Copper, 4,265,234 produced, Original U.S. Mint packaging has the dollar slabbed and in a brown slip box with the Great Seal on it (often referred to as "Brown Ikes"), Dwight D. Eisenhower obverse and Eagle/Moon reverse. See boxed coin  $12.50

1971-1972 THE FIRST LADIES OF THE UNITED STATES SILVER PROOF SET: Complete Original Set of 40 Medals (3 more were issued subsequent to this primary set), Limited Edition of 10,286 Proof Sets, issued from April 1971 to September 1972 by The Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver Proof Medals/Rounds, each 1.5 inches in diameter and 500 grains/1.04 Troy ounces (total weight for the set is 41.6 Troy ounces). These medals are in their original state as shipped by The Franklin Mint, sealed under plastic on twenty 6.5 x 3.5 inch cards, two per card. 14 have points of oxidation near an edge or along the rim, #2 Abigail Adams is an aberrant severe case and is shown. The obverse contains a portrait of the first lady and the reverse contains the name, lifespan and a biographical fact about the first lady. This set was endorsed by the White House Historical Association. Includes the original introductory subscription letter from the Franklin Mint, Certificate of Authenticity with original name cut out, 44 page First Ladies of The White House by Gertrude Zeth Brooks booklet, and handling instructions. See 1 - 6 obverse  See 1 - 6 reverse  See 37 - 40 obverse  See 37 - 40 reverse  See booklet and coa  Complete Set for $1,100

1971-72 STERLING FOREST GARDENS LUCKY PENNY: Circa 1971-72, Lucky Penny Souvenir from Sterling Forest Gardens in Tuxedo, New York. Copper color painted metal, very good condition, small paint chip on top edge, 3 inches in diameter, weighs 2 ounces, obverse has an American Indian Chief in full headdress with "Lucky Penny" and the reverse shows the Sterling Forest logo with "Sterling Forest Gardens Tuxedo, N.Y." See penny  $6.50

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1971-1975 THE CONSERVATEURS' COLLECTION OF TREASURES OF THE LOUVRE SILVER MEDAL SET: Complete Proof Set of 50 Medals, Limited First Edition Proof Set of 7,792 copies, issued from 1971 to 1975 by The Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver Proof Medals/Rounds, each 1.77 inches (45mm) in diameter and 1.25 Troy oz. (total weight 62.5 Troy oz./68.57 ounces). Each Mint Uncirculated medal shows a work of art from the Louvre's collection on the obverse and the reverse contains a text description of the piece with its year of origin. Every Proof is encapsulated in plastic (the last one touch in 1975), then all 50 are housed in a heavy 11.75 x 15.5 inch presentation binder (As New- condition, 1972 copyright) with an embossed cover. Each page showcases 10 medals (obverse and reverse visible) with a text description of the work of art in French and English. These medals were issued/sold individually over a five year period. While these rounds are hardly rare, they are not as commonly found in complete sets. Includes all fifty 3.5 x 6.5 inch reference folders for the medals and some Franklin Mint letters and promotional material regarding the set. For some odd reason, the FM did not number the first 21 folders. Be aware that this is quite heavy. Shipping weight will be approximately 15 pounds! See binder cover  See open binder  See medals 1-2  See medals 3-4  See medals 5 and reverse  See sample folders  Complete Set in Binder for $1,700

1972 AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE BRONZE MEDAL FIRST DAY COVER: July 4, 1972 Williamsburg, VA cancellation, Scott #1456-1459, American Revolution Bicentennial Commemorative Medal and Stamps Card Stock Envelope, Block of four 8¢ Colonial American Craftsman stamps. This special edition comes with a bronze medal, Mint condition, obverse features a bust of George Washington sculpted by Jean Houdon with a Sons Of Liberty Tree on the reverse, medal measures approximately 1.5 inches/38mm in diameter, "P" Philadelphia mint mark. The uncirculated medal is sealed in plastic along with a 1776-1976 Bicenntennial white plastic token. This comes sandwiched between two loose cards describing the medal and the stamps, which all slide into the card stock envelope. The 6 1/4 x 3 5/8 inch envelope is die-cut on the back to allow for viewing of the medal's reverse. Note: One block is missing 2 perfs on stamp #1457. See sample cover  Sold as a Lot of 2 FDCs for $15

1972 AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE BRONZE MEDALS: Lot of 2, American Revolution Bicentennial Commemorative, Mint condition, bronze medal, obverse features a bust of George Washington sculpted by Jean Houdon with a Sons Of Liberty Tree on the reverse, medal measures approximately 1.5 inches/38mm in diameter, "P" Philadelphia mint mark. The uncirculated medal is sealed in a hard black plastic, 3.5 x 3 inch, hinged case that allows for viewing of both sides. The closed front side of the holder shows a raised gold colored Bicentennial logo. Includes an accordion fold booklet that describes the medal. See medals  Both for $15

1972 NORMAN ROCKWELL'S SPIRIT OF SCOUTING STERLING SILVER PROOF MEDALS: Full Set of 12 Medals/Rounds, Limited Edition of 26,971, Issued in 1972 by the Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver, each 1.5 inches in diameter, set weight 9.5 Troy Ounces. This was the first set of medals designed by Rockwell. Each obverse features an aspect of the scout law and the reverse has text describing that scouting attribute. The dozen Mint Uncirculated Proofs are encapsulated in Lucite holders which are snapped into a 10.25 x 13.25 inch matted frame that is visible from either side. This is further slipcased into an embossed holder for protection that reads: Norman Rockwell's Spirit Of Scouting Official Medals of the Boy Scouts of America, Minted by The Franklin Mint, Limited Edition / Proof Quality / Sterling Silver. Includes Certificate of Authenticity, Rockwell's note, The Franklin Mint letter (which is folded), and some promotion material for the set. See framed medals  See closeups  See slipcase and coa  Complete Set Framed for $375

1972 UNITED NATIONS PEACE MEDAL STERLING SILVER PROOF: Issued in 1972 by the Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver, 1.5 inch diameter, second annual medal, obverse features the UN symbol with "United Nations" in multiple languages encircling it and the reverse shows a dove in flight with "Peace" in multiple languages. The Mint Uncirculated Proof is encapsulated in plastic which is snapped into a Lucite display stand measuring 3 x 3.75 inches. See medal  See medal in stand  $30

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1972-D UNITED STATES JEFFERSON NICKEL STRIKE ERROR: Circulated five cent coin with rim finning on obverse from "E" in Liberty to bottom of Jefferson's portrait. This type of finning restricted to one pole is typically produced by die tilt. See coin  $1.50

1972 UNITED STATES XX OLYMPIAD STERLING SILVER PROOF MEDALS: Set of 3 Medals/Rounds, Issued in 1972 by the Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver, 1 ounce each and 1.5 inches in diameter, obverses feature Diver at the 1971 VI Pan-American Games in Cali, Columbia; Downhill Skier at the 1972 XI Olympic Winter Games in Sapporo, Japan; and Track Hurdler at the 1972 XX Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. The reverse is common to all three and shows an Olympic torch and shield with the text "United States Olympic Team XX Olympiad." These Uncirculated Proofs still retain most of their original shine, but do have very minor patination/oxidation in areas. All three come enclosed in heavy plastic coin holders. See proofs  All 3 for $80

1972-1976 THE OFFICIAL SIGNERS (OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE PROOF) MEDALS SET: Full Set of 56 First Edition Proof Medals, issued 1972-1976 by the Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver, 500 grains/1.04 Troy ounces each and 1.5 inches in diameter, Total Weight 58.2 Troy ounces/63.85 ounces, Limited Edition of 14,038. The first 30 medals issued are encapsulated in Lucite holders in the set binder and the remaining 26 medals are still sealed under plastic on their original 3.5 x 6.5 inch mailing cards. All medals appear as issued with no signs of any oxidation. Obverse features a portrait of a signer and the reverse shows his name with facsimile signature. The binder size is 15.5 x 9.5 inches and features an integrated approach to presenting the medals. Each medal page holds 14 silver rounds and then is separated by 7 heavy double sided pages describing the signers. The famous John Trumbull painting is reproduced in color in the front. The title page was embossed with the purchasers name, but that name has been neatly trimmed (2.25 x 0.25 inch cut). The binder interior is As New with the outside covers showing some scuffing and a 5.5 inch thin depression just above the cover eagle. Includes the special advanced subscription folder, some FM letters and paperwork. See medals 51-53  See medals 54-56  See binder pages 1-2  See binder pages 3-4  See binder cover  Complete Set with Binder for $1,550

1973 AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE SILVER MEDAL: BU Proof, Issued 1973, "P" Philadelphia Mint Mark, .925 Sterling Silver, 1.08 oz/30.8 gr., 1.5 inches in diameter. Obverse features bust images of Samuel Adams and Patrick Henry with Reverse showing a man on horseback accepting a letter from two men standing on the ground. The Mint condition medal is encapsulated in a plastic round and comes in a hinged, 3 7/8 x  3 1/4 inch, display box with a raised Bicentennial logo image on top, also includes the accompanying brochure describing the medal. See medal  See boxed and brochure  $29

1973 AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE BRONZE MEDAL FIRST DAY COVER: July 4, 1973 Boston, MA cancellation, Scott #1480-1483, 1973 Bicentennial Commemorative Medal and Stamps Envelope, Se-tenant of four 8¢ Boston Tea Party stamps. This special edition comes with a bronze medal, Mint condition, obverse features Samuel Adams and Patrick Henry with reverse showing a man on horseback accepting a letter from two men standing on the ground, medal measures approximately 1.5 inches/38mm in diameter, "P" Philadelphia mint mark. The uncirculated medal is sealed in plastic along with a 1776-1976 Bicenntennial white plastic token. This comes sandwiched between two loose cards describing the medal and the stamps, which all slide into the 6 1/4 x 3 5/8 inch envelope. See sample cover  Sold as a Lot of 2 FDCs for $16

1973 AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE BRONZE MEDAL: American Revolution Bicentennial Commemorative, Mint condition, bronze medal, obverse features Samuel Adams and Patrick Henry with reverse showing a man on horseback accepting a letter from two men standing on the ground, medal measures approximately 1.5 inches/38mm in diameter, "P" Philadelphia mint mark. The uncirculated medal is sealed in a hard black plastic, 3.5 x 3 inch, hinged case that allows for viewing of both sides. The closed front side of the holder shows a raised gold colored Bicentennial logo. Includes an accordion fold booklet that describes the medal. See medal  $8

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1973 FREEDOM MEDALS SET: Complete Set of 39 Medallions, "Symbolizing the Words that Inspired the American Revolution," produced by the Royal Mint in 1973, issued by American Express Company, Limited Edition, Registry Number 548, each of the 39 medals is 1.5 inches in diameter and weighs one Troy ounce of .925 Sterling Silver (42.789 total ounces for the set). Over the decades the silver has developed a slight golden patina and about a dozen medals show some form of mild oxidation on the obverse with one (#29 Patrick Henry) being very noticeable. The rounds depict various scenes from the American Revolutionary War on the obverse and a quotation on the reverse. Each medal is encapsulated in a hard round plastic holder and is embedded in an approximately 18.75 x 12.5 inch heavy padded folder with a "Royal Mint" crest embossed on the front. This folder is designed to stand open for display. Included is a Certificate of Authenticity with the original owner's name cut out, the Interim Registration Certificate #548, and a 70 page softback book, 7 1/2 x 12 1/8 inches, that describes each medallion in detail and gives an overview of the project and the Royal Mint. Still in the original shipping box. Shipping weight is approximately 10 pounds. See set  See close-ups  See cover and book  Complete Set in Folder for $950

1973 OFFICIAL U.S. PRESIDENT INAUGURAL PROOF MEDAL: Mint condition, Issued by the Franklin Mint under the auspices of the Presidential Inaugural Committee in 1973, solid bronze, 2.75 inches in diameter, approximate weight 7.9 ounces (224 grams), Proof Medal celebrating the second inauguration of President Richard M. Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, features a double portrait of Nixon-Agnew in profile sculpted by Gilroy Roberts on the obverse, and the Great Seal of the United States inside a ring of stars with "Inaugurated To Second Term Of Office January 20, 1973" on the reverse. Still in the original plastic packaging disc. See both sides  $15

1973 NORMAN ROCKWELL'S FONDEST MEMORIES STERLING SILVER PROOF SET: Full Set of 10 Ingots, Limited Edition of 24,814, Issued in 1973 by the Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver (each ingot 1500 grains of silver, approximately 3.5 ounces/99.2 grams each), 31.9 total Troy ounces, Set Serial #12616 (stamped into the side of each ingot), ingot size 2 1/2 x 2 inches. Some oxidation is apparent as pinpoints on the silver surface and is more apparent around the edges. Each obverse features a different piece of Rockwell art inspired by a favorite moment in his life and the reverse bears the title. Includes, Holiday Dinner, At The Barber, The Checker Game, The Knitting Lesson, Fun On The Hill, The First Date, The Patient, Day Off, Playing Hookey, and The Big Parade. The ten First Edition Proofs are mounted into a 16.5 x 12 inch hardwood frame. The frame is attached to a heavy wraparound case that easel folds open to allow for display of the ingots. The embossed case reads: Norman Rockwell's Fondest Memories, First Edition Proof Set / Solid Sterling Silver. Includes a promotional flyer for the set and a records receipt. See ingots framed  See ingot images  See some closeups and cover  Complete Set Framed for $875

1974 NORMAN ROCKWELL'S MEDALLIC TRIBUTE TO ROBERT FROST STERLING SILVER PROOFS: Full Set of 12, Limited Edition of 12,544, Issued in 1974 by the Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver (each medal approximately 1.05 ounces/0.96 Troy Ounce), set weight is approximately 11.5 Troy Ounces, medal size 1 3/4 inches in diameter. Each obverse features a different piece of Rockwell art inspired by the poetry of Robert Frost and the reverse bears the poem title. This set has never been opened and is still sealed in the original Franklin Mint factory packaging. Each of the 12 Mint Uncirculated Proofs are encased in Lucite holders and mounted on a shipping cardboard. The Lucite's are designed to snap into a display frame and easel case that is factory sealed with these Proofs. The embossed 16 3/4 x 12 1/4 inch case reads: Norman Rockwell's Medallic Tribute to Robert Frost, Limited Edition Proof Set, Solid Sterling Silver. The Certificate of Authenticity, 24 page booklet with Frost's poetry, The Franklin Mint letter, Norman Rockwell letter, original promotional brochure, and other paperwork are included. The backing cardboard states the care and handling insert is inside. Ships in the original FM cardboard box with Styrofoam corner protectors. It doesn't get more "mint" than this! See proofs and case cover  See closeups  See closeups  See coa and booklet  Complete Set with Case for $444

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1975 NORMAN ROCKWELL'S FAVORITE MOMENTS FROM MARK TWAIN STERLING SILVER PROOF INGOTS: Full Set of 10, Limited Edition of 4,544, Issued in 1975 by the Franklin Mint, .925 Sterling Silver (each ingot at least 700 grains of silver, 1.458 Troy Ounces each), ingot size 1 5/8 x 2 inches. Each obverse features a different piece of Rockwell art inspired by the writings of Mark Twain and the reverse bears the title. The ten Mint Uncirculated Proofs are snapped into a 10.25 x 13.25 inch matted frame. This is further slipcased into an embossed holder for protection that reads: Norman Rockwell's "Favorite Moments From Mark Twain", Limited Edition Proof Set / Minted by The Franklin Mint. Includes Certificate of Authenticity, brochure with bios of Twain and Rockwell, The Franklin Mint letter, Rockwell's letter, a care and handling insert, and some promotional material for the set. See ingots and promo image  See slipcase and coa  Complete Set with Case for $500

1975-S UNITED STATES PROOF COIN SETS: Lot of Two Mint Sets, Original United States Mint flip open sealed black plastic case packaging, 6 coin set includes the 1776-1976-S bicentennial dollar (Type 1 - thick letters, straight R), half dollar and quarter, 1975-S dime, nickel and penny. While sealed, the clad coins and the nickel have developed a slight patina, as is common. Each comes with the original black cardboard slipcase. See obverse  See reverse  Both sets for $35

1976 EISENHOWER DOLLAR KEYCHAIN: 1776-1976 United States Bicentennial Dwight D. Eisenhower one dollar coin that has been mounted in a ring for use as a keychain, created late-1970s, uncirculated coin but handled into keychain form, Eisenhower obverse and reverse is the Liberty Bell/Moon landing commemoration. Comes in a plastic sleeve. See keychain  $9

1980 BEN FRANKLIN BRONZE MEDAL: 1980, Mint condition, Bronze medal produced by The Franklin Mint Collectors Society, measures a fraction under 1 3/4 inches in diameter, 1.5 ounces/43 grams. Obverse has a raised bust image of Ben Franklin with his signature below him and the reverse shows a raised full figure Ben Franklin flying a kite. See both sides  $9

TOMBSTONE WOODEN NICKELS: Lot of 2, Issued in the 1980s, NM/New, Souvenir Wooden Nickel, size 1.5 inches in diameter, green font reads "Tombstone, Arizona Founded 1878 History/Health/Hospitality The Town Too Tough to Die" on one side and the reverse shows a buffalo in the center with "Wooden Nickel" and "United States Of America" encircling it. Don't take any of these; you need to buy 'em! Nyuk-nyuk-nyuk. See sample nickel  Both for $5

JOHNSTOWN PENNSYLVANIA FLOOD NATIONAL MEMORIAL ROUND: Minted in the 1980s, NM/As Issued with minor minting flaws, Souvenir Metal Token/Medal, size 2 inches in diameter, one side shows a relief image of the South Fork Dam and the other the Stone Bridge. Comes in the original plastic holder with circular information paper. See round and paper  $12

JOHNSTOWN FLOOD SCHULTZ HOME SILVER ROUND: Minted in the 1980s, Brilliant Uncirculated (BU), 1 Troy Ounce of .999 Fine Silver, size 1.5 inches in diameter, obverse shows the home of John Schultz and the reverse reads "Home Of John Schultz Flood Of 1889 Home Turned Over When Hit By Tree Leaving Roots 30 Feet High" and "1 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver." Created with a reeded edge, which is unusual, as most medals of this type have smooth edges. Comes in the original plastic holder. See medal  $38

1985 GREATER JOHNSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL SILVER PROOF INGOT: 1985, 1 Troy Ounce of .999 Fine Silver, size approximately 1 15/16 x 1 1/8 inches, obverse shows a detailed relief image of the Johnstown Pennsylvania High School and the reverse reads "GREATER JOHNSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 1926-1980 DEMOLISHED 1985" and "1 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver." Comes in the original plastic holder. Hey Spider-Man and Dr. Strange fans, Steve Ditko went here! See ingot  $38

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1986 UNITED STATES  PRESTIGE SET: Seven coin 1986-S Proof Set that includes the Silver One Dollar (90% Silver/10% Copper), two different Half Dollars (JFK and Statue of Liberty), Quarter, Dime, Nickel, and Penny. This proof coin set comes sealed in an ornate display "book," approximately 4 3/4 x 7 x 1 3/8 inches, that opens front and back so you can see the obverse and reverse of all the coins. The "book" comes in its original protective box that features the Great Seal of the U.S. with the text "United States 1986 Prestige Set" printed in gold. (2 sets available) See obverse  See reverse  Complete Set in Display Book for $30

1987 UNITED STATES PRESTIGE SET: Six coin 1987-S Proof Set that includes the Silver One Dollar (90% Silver/10% Copper), Half Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, and Penny. This proof coin set comes sealed in an ornate display "book," approximately 4 3/4 x 7 x 1 3/8 inches, that opens front and back so you can see the obverse and reverse of all the coins. The "book" comes in its original protective box that features the Great Seal of the U.S. with the text "United States 1987 Prestige Set" printed in silver. This set also includes a Certificate of Authenticity. See obverse  See reverse  See coa  Complete Set in Display Book for $29

1987 HERITAGE USA PTL SILVER PROOF ROUND: 1 Troy Ounce of .999 Fine Silver, 1.5 inches in diameter, Heritage USA round with Lady Liberty and a male friend/"In God We Trust All Others Pay Cash" on the obverse and "PTL 1 Pass The Loot" on the reverse. Comes in a soft plastic sleeve. While this is an uncirculated proof, it has visible handling wear and surface pitting on the obverse. See both sides  $32

1987 UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION COINS SILVER DOLLAR AND GOLD FIVE DOLLAR PROOF/BU SET: Mint Set contains two 1987 (-S and -P) .900 Silver Dollars (Proof minted in San Francisco and BU minted in Philadelphia), both 1.5 inches in diameter, weighing 0.8594 Troy Ounces each, designed by Patricia Verani, "We The People" parchment and quill obverse with "Americans" reverse, and two 1987-W .900 Gold Five Dollar pieces (both Proof and BU minted in West Point), 0.850 inches in diameter, weighing 0.2687 Troy Ounces each, designed by Marcel Jovine, Eagle holding quill pen obverse with "We The People" quill pen reverse. These coins were struck to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. Each of the four coins is encapsulated in the original plastic round and the set of four is housed in a beautiful 7 5/8 x 4 1/2 inch mahogany presentation box. The original blue protective box with "United States Constitution Coins" printed in silver on the lid and Certificate of Authenticity are also included. See coins  See boxed coins and coa  $1,200

1989-S UNITED STATES CONGRESSIONAL COINS DOLLAR AND HALF DOLLAR PROOF SET: Mint Proof Set contains the 1989-S Silver Dollar (90% Silver/10% Copper), 1.5 inches in diameter, weighing approximately 26.7 grams, designed by William Woodward, Statue of Freedom obverse with Mace of the House of Representatives reverse, and 1989-S Half Dollar (92% Copper/8% Nickel), 1.2 inches in diameter, weighing approximately 11.3 grams, designed by Patricia Verani and William Woodward, Bust of Statue of Freedom obverse with Capitol Building reverse. Each Department of the Treasury US Mint proof coin is encapsulated in a plastic round and comes in a presentation box with Certificate of Authenticity. The dollar also features a hinged felt lined presentation case and an embossed slip around the box. While this set was also available with both coins in one box, each coin is boxed separately here. See coins  See boxed coins  Both for $37

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1990 FMCS COLLECTORS CRUISE COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL: Franklin Mint Collectors Society Pathways Of Peter The Great Medal, from the June 19 - July 2, 1990 cruise aboard the M/S Surkov, large solid bronze medal weighing 9 ounces and measuring just under 3 inches in diameter, Mint condition, edge bears FM mint marks, designed and sculpted by Bill Shoyer. The medals shows the trip's route through the Soviet Union featuring an Orthodox church with text on the obverse and the waterway route with selected cruise highlights on the reverse. Comes housed in a hinged display box, size approximately 4 inches square, with paperwork describing the cruise that this massive bronze medal commemorates. A plain white cardboard slip protects the box. See both sides and boxed  $35

1990 THE SATURDAY EVENING POST / NORMAN ROCKWELL FOUR FREEDOMS SILVER PROOF COLLECTION: Full Set of 4, Limited Edition of 5,000, Issued in 1990 by the Liberty Mint, .999 Fine Silver, 5 Troy Ounces each, 2.5 inches in diameter. Each medal/round obverse features a different Rockwell Saturday Evening Post cover inspired by the Four Freedoms and the reverse bears a "We The People" scroll with flag image and text. There is some mild patination around the rims of the medals. This set was issued to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights (1791-1991). The four Uncirculated Proofs are encapsulated in Lucite and are mounted by rubber gaskets into an attractive 12.5 x 11.75 inch carved mahogany plaque for display. Besides the text describing the Proofs, the plaque also features an etched image of the 39 signers (and 3 abstainers) of the Bill of Rights. The openings in the back side of the plaque allow you to view the reverse of the medals, if you wish. The original embossed box and Certificate of Authenticity are also included. Quite an impressive display captured in 20 Troy Ounces (21.943 ounces) of pure silver. See proofs in plaque  See medals obverse  See medals reverse  See box lid and coa  Complete Set in Display Plaque for $750

1993 SANTA CLAUS SILVER PROOF ROUND: 1 Troy Ounce of .999 Fine Silver, 1.5 inches in diameter, Merry Christmas round with Santa Claus on the obverse and a Bell on the reverse. Comes in a plastic snap case with a text embossed cardboard insert that reads "1 Troy Oz. .999 Fine SILVER ROUND Merry Christmas." While this is an uncirculated proof, it has minor handling wear visible under close inspection and some surface patination. See both sides  $32

2007-2011 U.S. ONE DOLLAR PRESIDENTIAL COIN LOT: Lot of 7, Uncirculated, United States Mint, Composition is 88.5% copper, 6% zinc, 3.5% manganese, 2% nickel, lot includes three 2007-D James Madison, one 2007-D John Adams, one 2008-D Andrew Jackson, and two 2011-D Rutherford B. Hayes dollars. Year, mint mark and mottos are on the edge of the coin. See coins  All 7 for $14

2008-D UNITED STATES ARIZONA STATE QUARTER MINI-ROLL: Roll of 25 plus an extra encapsulated quarter, BU (Brilliant Uncirculated), 2008-D U.S. Washington quarter obverse with the Arizona State reverse, composition is 91.67% Copper/8.33% Nickel. These "mini-rolls plus 1" were offered by the World Reserve Monetary Exchange in a nationwide media blitz that took gullible and greedy individuals to the cleaners. Yes, you got $6.25 face value of BU coinage in a roll plus an extra encapsulated quarter, all packed up in a spiffy little drawstring bag with a gold stitched eagle crest and World Reserve Monetary Exchange on it, but people were paying $21.10 per roll (shipped) for this. The roll states "RESTRICTED For Arizona State Residents Only." So, if you are in New York and get one of these, is someone going to throw you in prison? And who's restricting these? The quarter police? What a racket! Thirteen years later, the coins have accumulated some collectability in this condition and you can have one of these babies for only eleven bucks. Plus, you get "restricted" quarters in a spiffy bag and not regular ones like everybody else. (5 available) See roll, coin and bag  $11

2009 UNCUT SHEET OF U.S. ONE DOLLAR BILLS: Lot of 5, Uncut sheet of 4-Up United States One Dollar ($1) Bills, 2009 Series, Atlanta, Georgia (F) Federal Reserve Notes. These uncirculated dollars come in a Banker's Vault Portfolio with a Certificate of Ownership. The portfolio offers protection for the notes and is a nice presentation piece for gift giving. This is legal tender that is comprised of genuine uncut bills issued by the United States Treasury Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The World Reserve Monetary Exchange sells these for $32 each. See sample sheet, certificate and portfolio cover  My price for all 5 portfolios is only $120

SAINT-GAUDENS $20 GOLD TRIBUTE PROOF: 24 KT Gold Clad Tribute Proof, Mint Uncirculated, issued by The American Historic Society, designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, this proof reproduces (COPY clearly stamped on the reverse) the 1933 United States Double Eagle $20 Gold piece, Walking Liberty obverse with Flying Eagle reverse, 1.5 inches in diameter. The proof is as issued, encapsulated in a circular plastic holder then housed in a blue felt lined hinged box. Comes with a description card containing the coin's serial number. A plain white cardboard slip protects the box. Three copies are available, Serial Numbers 141392, 167850 and 167855. Take your pick! See sample proof  See sample card  $15

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NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE STAR COMMEMORATIVE COINS: Pair (2) of limited edition, non-precious metal medallion coins, minted in 2006 by the Caribbean Mint, size is roughly 1 1/8 inches (28mm) in diameter. The obverse depicts the NCL ship the Star in relief, each coin with a different angle on the ship, with "Norwegian Cruise Line" and "Star" encircling it. The reverse is identical on both and shows a tall ship with "Caribbean Mint" and "2006" encircling it. While this is uncirculated, a natural patination has occurred. Both coins come in card stock certificate of authenticity folders. See obverse, reverse and coa  Both for $8

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