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Rare Philadelphia Mint Proof Coins Anchor Philadelphia Event

1802 $1 PR65 Cameo PCGS.
1802 $1 PR65 Cameo PCGS.
Two unusual and extremely rare Philadelphia Mint proof coins — an 1802-dated "novodel" silver dollar and a 1907 Ultra High Relief, Sans Serif Edge Saint-Gaudens double eagle – are among the highlights of our Philadelphia Signature U.S. Coin auction featuring Platinum Night™, Aug. 2-5.

We've put together a superb auction for Philadelphia. Our Platinum Night session includes some of the most exclusive rarities in U.S. coinage, including some offered for the first time in years.

Only four proof 1802 Draped Bust dollars, or "novodels," are known, making them far rarer than the famous 1804 dollars. The example of this enigmatic issue in this auction, graded PR65 Cameo PCGS, CAC, is arguably the highest-quality and most famous of all. While the four 1802 novodels have been given identical technical grades by the major certification services, we consider this specimen the finest by a slim margin, which is corroborated by a published condition census.

1907 $20 Ultra High Relief, Sans Serif Edge, Judd-1907, Pollock-2001, R.8 PR58 PCGS Secure. 1907 $20 Ultra High Relief, Sans Serif Edge, Judd-1907, Pollock-2001, R.8 PR58 PCGS Secure.
This auction also features one of only two confirmed 1907 Ultra High Relief, Sans Serif Edge Saint-Gaudens double eagles, Judd-1907 pattern variety, graded PR58 PCGS Secure. The Ultra High Relief double eagle patterns of 1907 are considered the truest expression of the Saint-Gaudens vision for the denomination. The Sans Serif or 1906-Style lettering on this piece marks it, along with one other coin, as being one of the earliest Ultra High Relief double eagles produced. This is the finer of just two confirmed Sans Serif examples and the discovery coin as well.
1921 $20 MS65 PCGS. CAC. 1921 $20 MS65 PCGS. CAC.
1839 $2 1/2 PR62 PCGS 1839 $2 1/2 PR62 PCGS
1839 $5 PR61 PCGS. 1839 $5 PR61 PCGS.
Atop the regular-issue highlights is a 1921 double eagle graded MS65 PCGS, CAC, a famous melt rarity. Though more than half a million 1921 double eagles were struck, only a few left government possession and all the rest were destroyed during Franklin Delano Roosevelt's presidency. Only four examples have been graded as MS65 or better by a major grading service, adding condition rarity to this coin's desirability.

Any proof U.S. gold coin from 1839 is a major rarity and we are honored to have specimens from all three of the year's gold denominations in this auction. The 1839 proof quarter eagle, one of only four known, is graded PR62 PCGS; the 1839 proof half eagle, one of just two known and pedigreed to the infamous collection of Egypt's King Farouk, is graded PR61 PCGS and the 1839/8 Type of 1838 eagle, one of just three known with one permanently held by the Smithsonian Institution, is graded PR61 PCGS.

Not a coin itself but inextricably related to them, the "Genesis Letter," a typed letter signed by President Theodore Roosevelt and sent to Secretary of the Treasury Leslie M. Shaw, signals President Roosevelt's private interest in coinage redesign and names Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who went on to make the eagle and double eagle designs bearing his name. The letter, dated December 27, 1904, is a singular piece of numismatic history.

Additional highlights include, but are not limited to:

1792 P1C One Cent, Judd-1, Pollock-1, High R.6, VF30 NGC. 1792 P1C One Cent, Judd-1, Pollock-1, High R.6, VF30 NGC.
1817/4 50C NGC. 1817/4 50C NGC.
1887 Twenty Dollar, PR67+ * NGC 1887 Twenty Dollar, PR67+ * NGC

Bidding on this auction will continue through August 5, with Platinum Night scheduled for Friday, August 3. If you can't make it to the auction, bid now at HA.com/Coins, or live against the auction floor through Heritage Live!

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Seldom Seen Selections: 1817 Jolas, the First Public Offering

1817 1/2 RL New Spain (Texas) Jola Half Real Genuine PCGS. VF Details.Many American collectors are familiar with the 1818 New Spain (Texas) half real coins, called jolas, through their listing in A Guide Book of United States Coins, and in other colonial references. Although they were known to a small number of Texas collectors for several decades, the first widely publicized notice of the similar 1817 dated pieces appeared in The Paper Republic by James P. Bevill, published in 2009. Further details were published in "Lone Stars Rising, A Missing Numismatic Link," by Bevill and Alvin Stern in the May 2011 issue of The Numismatist. To the best of our knowledge, the two pieces in our Philadelphia Signature Auction represent the first ever public offering of any 1817 jolas.

In the early 1800s, Spanish missions included those at San Fernando de Bexar, Goliad, and Nacogdoches, the most successful settlements of the Texas interior. As daily activities bustled and commerce flourished, a shortage of small denomination coins caused a serious hardship, much as they did a few decades later in California.

Manuel Pardo was the acting Spanish Governor in New Spain in early 1817, and he received authorization from Mexico City to produce copper coins known as jolas, worth a half real each. Pardo chose a local merchant and public administrator, Manuel Barrera to produce 8,000 of those coins. A public notice was issued, announcing the new coins and identifying Barrera as the coiner. A copy of that notice survives in the original Bexar archives. Those coins have the initials MB above 1/2 and 1817 on the obverse, with an incuse single star on the reverse, considered the first appearance of the Texas Lone Star symbol. The 1817 MB jolas are nearly identical to the 1818 JAG jolas in layout and design. The 1818 JAG pieces have been known since their discussion and first illustration in 1892 (L.E. Daniell, Personnel of the Texas State Government, with Sketches of Representative Men of Texas, San Antonio, Maverick Printing House, 1892).

Governor Pardo soon turned his command over to Antonio Maria Martinez, who was the last governor of Spanish Texas, serving from May 27, 1817 to August 17, 1822. In December 1818, Martinez recalled the Barrera coins in favor of a new issue produced by Jose Antonio de la Garza. The recall notice was dated December 6, 1818, stating that de la Garza would receive the Barrera coins and replace them with his own for a period of 12 days. The recall of the older coins was probably intended to supply the metal necessary for the new issue. There was apparently an additional issue later in 1817, produced by R. Garza, as the current two pieces suggest.

The familiar 1818-dated New Spain jolas have the initials JAG above, the date below, and the denomination expressed as 1/2, appearing horizontally due to space considerations. The 1818 pieces are known on small (17 mm.) and large (19 mm.) planchets. The basic layout of the 1818 pieces, with the coiner identified above, the denomination at the center, and the date below, is an important consideration towards authentication of the 1817 pieces. A notice of the 1817 issue survives in the Bexar archives, specifying that each half real coin would contain the name and surname of the issuer.

Several varieties of the 1817 pieces exist. One piece is known with the inscription M. BARRERA above, 1/2 vertically, and a three digit date, 817. The reverse has a multi-pointed motif. That piece clearly follows the written notice of those pieces. Another variety shows the initials MB, 1/2 oriented horizontally, and the date, 1817 below, and is identical to the layout of the 1818 JAG pieces, including the lone star motif on the reverse. A third variety has the name R. GARZA above, 1/2 oriented vertically, and a three digit date, 817. A fourth variety, as offered in both lots in the present sale, have R. GARZA above, 1/2 oriented vertically, and 1817 below. These pieces have the same multi-pointed reverse motif seen on the M. BARRERA jola. The similarity in these varieties suggests closely related issues.

In addition to the stylistic similarities, an extensive physical study of 1817 and 1818 jolas was conducted in August 2011 at the Houston Museum of Natural Science by Dr. Garth Clark of Katy, Texas, working closely with James Bevill. His analysis utilized non-destructive mass spectrometry, including six 1817 jolas and five 1818 pieces. All five of the 1818 pieces were from the San Antonia River hoard of approximately 60 JAG half real coins.

The data presented in the Clark authentication study shows that all of the 1817 and 1818 pieces are closely related. Clark writes:

"The conversion of ore into a finished planchet has changed over the millennia. For purposes of simplification these steps in copper metallurgy can be divided into ancient, liquation, sulphatization, and electrolytic processes. With each advance in technology, the initial ore signature gets weaker as the ore is more efficiently processed. Newer electrolytic processes result in a final copper of such purity that only isotopic signatures can yield any clues. However, for copper refined from older processes, especially ancient and liquation processes, there is usually enough of a signature to group coins as to ore origin and refining techniques."

Dr. Clark presents a detailed analysis that yields several important conclusions. He writes that "all of the coins in the group of jolas (1817 and 1818) which were tested have a common ore origin and a common refining process." His conclusions point to the unquestioned authenticity of these pieces:

"1. There was no brass or bronze used in making the jolas. The coins were made from refined ore and were not made from a secondary copper or brass product.
2. Molybdenum can be used as a surrogate isotopic signature and groups these coins as belonging to the same isotopic copper origin.
3. Each of the jola coins was made from a copper ore with lead, nickel, iron, and silver impurities or copper refined using a process that incorporated lead. This marks the copper alloy being used as pre 1869 (copper electrolytic processing) and pre 1833 (Pattinson process), or in the liquation/fire refining era.
4. Using absolute and relative ratios of the non-copper metals present, the jolas can all be grouped into two to four overlapping groups and are all related by composition."

The two 1817 half real jolas offered in this auction are from the same R. GARZA dies. They are closely related to the 1817 Barrera pieces, and also closely related to the 1818 de la Garza jolas. These are crudely produced, small copper coins, with detail perhaps weak or missing since manufacture. pictured example has been conserved to bring out considerable detail that was obscured by its original patina.

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Found Treasures: 1817 Jola
By Stewart Huckaby
1817 1/2 RL New Spain (Texas) Jola Half Real VF20 PCGS 1817 1/2 RL New Spain (Texas) Jola Half Real VF20 PCGS
1817 1/2 RL New Spain (Texas) Jola Half Real Genuine PCGS. VF Details 1817 1/2 RL New Spain (Texas) Jola Half Real Genuine PCGS. VF Details
If you've made it this far in the newsletter, you've undoubtedly read at least a little bit about our premier public offering of two 1817 Jolas. I thought you might like to read a little of the back-story of one of them, told in a slightly more personal manner.

I've been an officer of the Dallas Coin Club off and on since I moved to town over ten years ago, and I'm not the only Heritage employee who is an active member. As you might expect in any coin club, we see our share of items that the owners can't identify, and occasionally we can help.

Perhaps three or so years ago, a gentleman who has been in the club forever brought something that he wanted us to look at, passing it around to the membership for any opinions we might have. When I looked at this piece, it was very crude, with a mostly visible 1817 date, but little other identifiable detail. Because of the date, the first thing that came to my mind was that it might be a jola (never mind that I'd never seen one in person, much less in hand, before). Two or three of the club members suggested this.

The owner of the item said that this had crossed his mind as well, but since only 1818-dated coins were known, he was skeptical. He thought it might perhaps be a trade token. Because nobody really knew, we encouraged him to do more research, helping him if and when we could. I know that images of this piece and possibly the actual coin were sent to the ANA for study at one point.

Cut to the beginning of this month. While editing the Philadelphia Signature Auction catalog, I saw the pages for the two 1817 Jolas. The happy news is that one of them is the exact piece shared with the Dallas Coin Club.

At my request, the consignor sent me some of his thoughts, a portion of which reads:

About 25 years ago, two friends and I set out to metal detect a couple of rest stops on the old San Antonio Trail. One person has an extensive Texas library and is well versed in (Texas) History. He retrieved (lots 5009 and 5010).

I had some interesting pieces of jewelry that he wanted for a display, so he offered me a coin in trade. As a life-long coin collector, I was happy to get that. At the time, we assumed that they were a couple of trade tokens of not much value. I assume that an ox cart driver threw them away as trash when he found out that their use had expired.

As (literally) Found Treasures, these coins, crude though they are, shine brightly. Who knows what the next found treasure will be!

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The Long Island Sound Collection leads Philadelphia Currency event

The single most complete collection of rare currency relating to Long Island, New York and Connecticut, assembled and presented as The Long Island Sound Collection, anchors Heritage Auctions' August 2-3 Currency Signature Auction in Philadelphia, PA.

Jacksonville, FL - $5 1882 Brown Back Fr. 471 The Merchants NB Ch. # 4332

"More than a few collectors have collected notes from the Nutmeg State over the past half century and many have sought to complete collections from the four counties that make up Long Island," said, Allen Mincho, Director of Currency Auctions at Heritage. "Only the person who put this superb array together had the temerity to create the most complete collection from both of these locations."

That task, already monumental in scale, was made even more difficult because both Connecticut and Long Island have long been resident to determined and dedicated currency collectors whose tenure in the hobby, in many cases, eclipsed the consignor's own.

"How was our consignor able to achieve the nearly impossible and create this collection?" asked Mincho. "The answer lies in perseverance, tenacity and hard work, along with a near-fanatical dedication to finding and acquiring the most desirable, rarest and highest grade examples that exist."

Highlights from the Long Island Sound Collection include

Corona, NY - $10 1902 Red Seal Fr. 615 The First NB Ch. # (E)8853 PCGS Very Fine 30
Greenport, NY - $2 Original Fr. 387 The First NB Ch. # 334 PCGS Very Fine 35
Islip, NY - $10 1902 Plain Back Fr. 626 The First NB Ch. # (E)8794 PCGS Very Fine 30PPQ

Highlights from the Collection of Jess Lipka and other Important Properties:

Omaha, NE - $20 Original Fr. 429 The Omaha NB Ch. # 1633 One of Two for the Type Known on the State PCGS Apparent Fine 15
University Place, NE - $10 1902 Red Seal Fr. 613 The First NB Ch. # (W)7737 New Discovery PCGS Apparent Choice About New 58

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This Week's Top Ten

1895-O $1 MS67 PCGS
1895-O $1 MS67 PCGS
The ten highest valued New Orleans silver dollars to sell in Heritage auctions:
  1. 1895-O $1 MS67 PCGS. Sold for $575,000
  2. 1896-O $1 MS66 PCGS. Sold for $345,000
  3. 1893-O $1 MS65 Deep Mirror Prooflike PCGS. Sold for $258,750
  4. 1895-O $1 MS65 Deep Mirror Prooflike PCGS. Sold for $253,000
  5. 1895-O $1 MS66 NGC. Sold for $228,850
  6. 1895-O $1 MS 65 Deep Mirror Prooflike PCGS. Sold for $189,750
  7. 1893-O $1 MS66 Prooflike PCGS. Sold for $166,750
  8. 1886-O $1 MS65 PCGS. CAC. Sold for $161,000
  9. 1886-O $1 MS65 PCGS. CAC. Sold for $149,500
  10. 1896-O $1 MS65 PCGS. Sold for $149,500

Do you have a suggestion for a future top ten list? Send it to us!

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  Announcements

Reduced Auction Commissions When You Resell Your Winnings!

When you win any lot worth with a hammer price of $1,000 or more (or $2,500 for Art and Natural History lots), you will receive a coupon that entitles you (or your heirs) to re-consign that lot to Heritage at a reduced seller's commission. Selling through Heritage is a convenient and hassle free way to maximize your return (find out why). Maybe you'll need to make room in your collection for something better, perhaps your collecting tastes will change, or maybe it will be your heirs that benefit; but be sure to save the coupon, which could be worth hundreds or thousands of dollars.

  • Coins: 0% Seller's Commission for all items $1K or more.
  • Comics: 50% of the usual Seller's Commission for all items between $1K & $10K, and 0% for items $10K and over.
  • All Other Categories: 50% of the usual Seller's Commission for everything else over $1K ($2,500 for Art & Natural History).

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  Employment Opportunities

As the fastest growing American-based auction house, financially rock-solid Heritage Auctions continues to grow and seek the best talent in the industry. If you are a specialist or have strong general collectibles knowledge, we want to hear from you. These specialists will, in some cases, head new departments and in others will enhance existing department expertise. We have positions open at our headquarters in Dallas as well as at our new state-of-the-art galleries in prime locations in both Midtown Manhattan and Beverly Hills.

Heritage is seeking to hire the world's best specialists in the following categories:

  • 20th Century Design Specialist: Beverly Hills, New York
  • American Art Specialist: New York
  • Asian Art Specialist: Beverly Hills
  • European Art Specialist: New York
  • European Comic Art Specialist: Dallas, Paris
  • Fine Jewelry Specialist: New York
  • Firearms Specialist: Dallas
  • Modern & Contemporary Art Specialist: Beverly Hills and New York
  • Rare & Collectibles Wine Specialist: New York
  • Timepiece Specialist: Beverly Hills, New York
  • Trust & Estates Specialist: New York
  • World Coins Director: Hong Kong
  • World Paper Money Expert: Dallas/Remote

If you are interested and feel you have the qualifications we seek, please email your resume and salary history to Experts@HA.com.

We are also seeking to fill the following corporate positions:

  • Cataloger — Currency: Dallas/Remote
  • Cataloger — Fine art: Dallas
  • Cataloger — U.S. Coins: Contract, Remote
  • Client Services Representative: Dallas
  • Collections Supervisor: Dallas
  • Consignment Director — Currency: Dallas
  • Desktop Support: Dallas
  • Desktop Support Supervisor: Dallas
  • Digital Publishing Expert: Dallas
  • Graphic Designer: Dallas, Part-Time
  • HR Generalist/Recruiter: Dallas
  • Interns: Dallas
  • Inventory Control Clerk: Dallas, TX
  • Marketing Account Executive: Dallas, TX
  • Operations Assistant - Coins: Dallas
  • Operations Assistant - Comics: Dallas
  • Operations Assistant - Vintage Guitars: Dallas
  • Operations Assistant - World Coins: Dallas
  • Returns Clerk: Dallas
  • Shipping Associate: Dallas
  • Web Developer: Dallas

If you are interested in applying for one of these Corporate positions, please apply here.

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  Around Heritage
Todd McFarlane 1990 Spider-Man #328 Cover Art Brings World Record $657,250

Todd McFarlane The Amazing Spider-Man #328 Cover Original ArtTodd McFarlane's original art for The Amazing Spider-Man #328 (Marvel, 1990) brought a World Record $657,250 on July 26 as part of Heritage Auctions' Signature® Comics and Comic Art Auction in Beverly Hills. The artwork, showing Spidey demonstrating his awesome new powers on the Hulk, is now the single most valuable piece of American comic ever sold at auction.

"This is an Earth-trembling cover illustration and an equally magnificent price," said Todd Hignite, Vice President of Heritage Auctions. "McFarlane's art brims with the raw energy that sky-rocketed McFarlane to the top of the industry and, now, the top of the auction world."

Todd McFarlane Spider-Man #1 Cover Original ArtThe artwork was sold — along with McFarlane's original art for Spider-Man #1 (Marvel, 1990), which brought $358,500 — as part of the first tranche of the Shamus Collection of Modern Masterworks, a unprecedented collection of late-1980s and early 1990s original comic book art put together by Martin Shamus, owner of a comics and memorabilia shop on Long Island.

The Heritage auction also features the Doug Schmell/Pedigree Comics.com Collection, most of which earlier in the day realized over $3.7 million, and should come in closer to $4 million once the auction has finished.

"The auction is on track to break $10 million and become the single highest grossing comic and comic art auction in history," said Hignite. "We're thrilled with the results and especially thrilled for Martin Shamus, who had the foresight and good taste to acquire these pieces more than two decades ago."

More information about Comic & Comic Art auctions.

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  Heritage Interactive
Instant Quiz

Answer these quick questions and see how you stack up against your peers.

1. When was the last nickel struck for circulation in San Francisco?
       A) 1954
       B) 1955
       C) 1967
       D) 1970
       E) 1973


2. Which of the following did the New Orleans Mint not produce in 1909, its last year of operation?
       A) Dime
       B) Quarter
       C) Half Dollar
       D) Half Eagle
       E) Eagle



Last week's questions:

1. Which of the following coins did not depict a bison?
Correct Answer: E) 2007 Wyoming Statehood quarter (60%).

2. When was the word "Dollar" first spelled out on a US Mint coin?
Correct Answer: A) 1793 (9%).

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  Is It Time To Sell?

One Last Chance to Sell in Long Beach

Heritage offers you one last distinct opportunity to sell in the official auctions of the September 2012 Long Beach Coin and Collectibles Expo. We are excited to present our inaugural World Paper Money Signature Auction at this event, to go along with the rarities featured in our auctions of US Coins and World and Ancient coins. These auctions, along with our auction of the Shoshana Collection of Judaean coins, will provide coins for virtually every numismatic taste to be found in Southern California - not an easy thing to do!

To add your rarities to one of these auctions, just call our consignment hotline at 800-872-6467 x1000. Hurry — the consignment deadlines are coming up soon!

2012 September 5-8 The Shoshanna Collection of Judean Coins Part 2 Signature Auction - Long Beach
Consignment Deadline: Closed

2012 September 5-10 Signature World & Ancient Coin Auction - Long Beach
Consignment Deadline: Closed

2012 September 5-10, 2012 World Paper Money Signature Auction - Long Beach
Consignment Deadline: Closed

2012 September 5-9 US Coins Signature Auction- Long Beach
Consignment Deadline: July 30, 2012

David Mayfield
Vice President, Numismatic Auctions
David@HA.com
1-800-US-COINS ext. 1000

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