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CICF Auction (April 18-19 & 22-23)

The CICF in Rosemont, IL is one of the top shows of the year for ancients, and our CICF Auction accordingly features nearly 700 lots of Greek, Roman, Judaean, and Byzantine coins in all price ranges from $300 to $40,000. This is part of a huge offering of nearly 6,000 lots of World and Ancient coins with combined estimates of about $10 million, easily our biggest CICF event ever! Ancients will be sold in Session 3 of the auction, on Friday, April 19 starting at 11:00 AM CT.

The print catalog (a big, hefty, doorstop of a book!) should already be in your hands by now, if you're on our 'hard copy' mailing list. If you haven't received on yet, let me know and I'll have a copy shipped to you ASAP.

Here are a few highlights of the Ancients portion of the CICF Auction:

Greek Highlights

Pleasing Poseidonia Nomos
Pleasing Poseidonia Nomos
Pedigreed Thurium stater
Pedigreed Thurium stater
Lovely Syracuse EL 50 litrae
Lovely Syracuse EL 50 litrae
Pedigreed Philistis 16 litrae
Pedigreed Philistis 16 litrae
Attractive Carthage EL stater
Attractive Carthage EL stater
Nearly Perfect Alexander the Great tetradrachm
Nearly Perfect Alexander the Great tetradrachm
Wonderful early Mytilene hecte
Wonderful early Mytilene hecte
Rare Aeolis, Aegae tetradrachm
Rare Aeolis, Aegae tetradrachm
Gorgeous Magnesia tetradrachm
Gorgeous Magnesia tetradrachm
Amazing Bactrian tetradrachm of Demetrius I
Amazing Bactrian tetradrachm of Demetrius I
Another fabulous Bactrian, of Antimachus I Theos
Another fabulous Bactrian, of Antimachus I Theos
And another, of Eucratides I the Great
And another, of Eucratides I the Great

Judaean Highlights

Rare early Samarian fraction
Rare early Samarian fraction
Portrait bronze of Agrippa I
Portrait bronze of Agrippa I
Choice Agrippa II bronze
Choice Agrippa II bronze
Beautiful Year 2 shekel
Beautiful Year 2 shekel
Attractive Bar Kokhba Middle Bronze
Attractive Bar Kokhba Middle Bronze
Superb Bar Kokhba Year 2 sela
Superb Bar Kokhba Year 2 sela
Another choice Year 2 Bar Kokhba
Another choice Year 2 Bar Kokhba
Nice Abila bronze of Elagabalus
Nice Abila bronze of Elagabalus

Roman Highlights

Rare Sulla portrait denarius
Rare Sulla portrait denarius
Choice denarius of Gnaeus Pompey
Choice denarius of Gnaeus Pompey
Rare Augustus aureus
Rare Augustus aureus
Interesting Augustus denarius
Interesting Augustus denarius
Handsome Caligula as
Handsome Caligula as
Titus gold aureus, ex-Huntington/American Hispanic Society Collection
Titus gold aureus, ex-Huntington/American Hispanic Society Collection
Outstanding Domitian as Caesar aureus
Outstanding Domitian as Caesar aureus
Magnificent Marcus Aurelius as Caesar sestertius
Magnificent Marcus Aurelius as Caesar sestertius
Fabulous Geta sestertius
Fabulous Geta sestertius

Byzantine Highlights

Rare Justinian II early Christ portrait gold Semissis
Rare Justinian II early Christ portrait gold Semissis
Attractive Irene and Constantine VI gold solidus
Attractive Irene and Constantine VI gold solidus
Lovely Basil II gold histamenon
Lovely Basil II gold histamenon

Our internet-only Non Floor Sessions, featuring more than 300 Ancients at estimated prices between $150 and $1,000, takes place the Monday and Tuesday after the Chicago International Coin Fair, April 22-23. Please take a close look at this auction as there's quite a bit of buried treasure to be found! Some highlights include...

Rare Cales didrachm
Rare Cales didrachm
Lifetime Philip II tetradrachm
Lifetime Philip II tetradrachm
Rare Early Larissa drachm
Rare Early Larissa drachm
Countermarked Athens owl
Countermarked Athens owl
Jewish War bronze quarter-shekel
Jewish War bronze quarter-shekel
Antioch tetradrachm of Vespasian
Antioch tetradrachm of Vespasian
Claudius dupondius
Claudius dupondius
Hadrian DACIA as
Hadrian DACIA as
Rare Caracalla sestertius
Rare Caracalla sestertius
Heraclius
Heraclius "Three Kings" solidus

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Weekly World & Ancients Auctions

Our next several Weekly auctions will feature 15-20 Ancient coins in each week-long session. Auctions open on Thursday and run for one week only, closing the following Thursday at 10:00 PM CT. This is a diverse offering of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine coins in all metals with estimates ranging from under $100 to $5,000 and more. Take a look at what we have in this week's auction.

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  February Events

Pompeia's Pick
By Lorie Ann Hambly

Agrippina: A Study in Motherly Love... (of power, that is).

Agrippina: A Study in Motherly Love... (of power, that is).
Agrippina: A Study in Motherly Love... (of power, that is).

Nero (AD 54-68) and Agrippina Jr. (Augusta, AD 54-58). AR denarius (17.5mm, 3.61 gm, 9h). Lugdunum, AD 54-55. AGRIPP AVG DIVI CLAVD NERONIS CAES MATER, bare head of Nero right facing draped bust of Agrippina left / NERONI CLAVD D[IVI F CAES AVG] GERM IMP TR P around oak wreath enclosing EX S C. RIC 2 (R2). BMCRE 3. RSC 7. Rare! Attractive dark iridescent toning. Good Very Fine.

Agrippina II (also called Agrippina Junior, Minor or the Younger) was the great- granddaughter of the great Augustus, daughter of the paragon Germanicus and his equally admirable wife Agrippina I the Elder, and sister to the Emperor Gaius "Caligula." With bloodlines such as this it was only natural that she chose not to play the traditional Roman woman's role of dutiful subordinate to the men in her life.

Her grand-uncle Tiberius arranged her marriage at age 13 to Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus, a typically louche Roman aristocrat who bribed and cajoled his way to the Consulship in AD 32. During her brother Caligula's reign she was initially accorded high honors, including all the rights and privileges of the Vestal Virgins (that is to say, many powers otherwise owned only by male magistrates of high rank). She obviously loved having such unique power and enjoyed using it. Lurid gossip had her engaging in incestuous relations with Caligula and two other sisters, Drusilla and Julia; as if to support these allegations, all three women are portrayed on the reverse a sestertius of Caligula issued in AD 37-38.

During this period of favor she gave birth to a son, Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus. Given his mother's adventurous life in the palace, the boy's paternity is questionable; however the elder Ahenobarbus acknowledged the ruddy infant as his own, though adding presciently: "I don't think anything produced by me and Agrippina could possibly be good for the state or the people."

After Drusilla's mysterious death in June of AD 38 Caligula's affection cooled for his surviving two sisters, and in 39 both were implicated in a plot to murder him and replace him with Drusilla's husband Lepidus. While Lepidus got the chop, the sisters were exiled to the Pontine Islands, a rustic backwater that must have been all but unendurable to a woman of Agrippina's sensual tastes. Her exile lasted only until Caligula's murder in January of AD 41; he was succeeded by his doddering fuddy-duddy of an uncle Claudius, who allowed all exiles to return.

Her husband having died in 40, Agrippina courted and married another wealthy aristocrat, Gaius Sallustius Passienus Crispus, who conveniently kicked off in AD 47 and left her and little Ahenobarbus a huge legacy. Rumors flew that Agrippina poisoned Crispus; if true it served as a dry run for her future activities.

In any case, her husband's death left her available when Claudius' depraved wife Messalina ran wild and got the chop in AD 48. Agrippina wasted no time in launching a campaign to win the self-widowed Emperor's hand, using her lover, the powerful chamberlain Pallas, as a conduit to suggest the match. The inconvenient fact that such a marriage would be incestuous and illegal since she was Claudius' niece was patched over with hasty legislation, and the two were wed on New Year's Day, AD 49.

Once installed in the palace she eliminated all rivals for Claudius' affections (including the famous beauty Lollia Paulina, who was ordered to open her veins) and thrust her son into the succession arrangements. Claudius dutifully adopted the boy in AD 50, renaming him Nero Claudius Caesar Drusus Germanicus, and moved him ahead of Claudius' own son Britannicus.

With the proper pieces in place, Agrippina served Claudius a dish of "special" mushrooms on October 14, AD 54. The following day, the Senate and Praetorians proclaimed 17-year-old Nero was Emperor; for the time being, true power resided with his mother, Agrippina Augusta. Rome had seen powerful women before, but none as dominant as the "Wife of the Divine Claudius and Mother of Nero Caesar." For the first months of the new regime she controlled the levers of power, literally from behind a curtain (in a special room where she could follow the proceedings of the Senate). But her unique position made her the target of a male cabal, led by Nero's tutor Seneca and the Praetorian Prefect Burrus, who found Nero more than willing to free himself from his meddling Mater's influence.

Agrippina's rapid loss of influence is reflected in the gold and silver coinage of Nero's first regnal year. On this first issue of the reign, Agrippina is actually more prominent than Nero: Her portrait is somewhat larger than Nero's and faces his directly; her titles also occupy the obverse, relegating Nero's name and titles to the reverse. A second type, issued a few months later, shows the titles changing places, with Nero's now occupying the obverse, and the portraits become jugate, with Agrippina behind Nero. Thereafter, Agrippina was entirely excluded from the coinage.

Incensed over her son's ingratitude and stewing over her loss of influence, Agrippina seems to have plotted to replace Nero with Britannicus, but this came to naught when Britannicus was poisoned at a banquet in February of AD 55. Perhaps to deflect blame, Nero expelled his mother from the palace. She entered a comfortable (though surely frustrating) exile at an estate in Misenum, but continued to hector her son from afar to the point where he decided to get rid of her once and for all. In AD 58 he gifted her with a gilded pleasure boat, presumably to traverse the Bay of Naples.

Though accounts of her demise are garbled and contradictory, it is clear she boarded Nero's gift for a cruise on the bay, where (by design, of course) it split in two and sank, dumping her and her companions into the sea. True to form, Agrippina did not quietly drown but swam to shore, where she was greeted by well-wishers. A furious Nero sent assassins, who found her drying out in a peasant's shack. Knowing what to expect, she exposed her midriff and instructed the soldiers to "smite my womb" from whence her murderous son had sprung. Before the fatal thrust, though, she might have had a flash of admiration for a son who had learned so well from his mother.

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What Happened In Ancient April?

April 5, 347 BC: Death of Plato.
April 8, AD 217: Emperor Caracalla assassinated.
April 10, AD 401: Future Emperor Theodosius II born.
April 11, AD 146: Future Emperor Septimius Severus born.
April 13, AD 193: Emperor Pertinax assassinated; Didius Julianus shamefully buys the throne from the Praetorians for 25,000 sesterces per man.
April 14 or 15, AD 73: Mass suicide by remaining Jewish rebels at Masada.
April 16, AD 69: Emperor Otho commits suicide.
April 21, 753 BC: Foundation date of Rome by Romulus and Remus.
April 24, ca. 1200-1180 BC: Possible date for the fall of Troy.
April 26, AD 121: Future Emperor Marcus Aurelius born.
April 30, AD 304: Beginning of the Great Persecution of Christianity under Emperor Diocletian (actually ordered by Caesar Galerius). Edict of Toleration issued by terminally ill Galerius on same date in AD 311

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Museum Exhibitions

April 3-August 19, 2013: The fabulous Getty Villa in Malibu, CA plays host to Sicily: Art and Invention between Greece and Rome, presenting masterpieces of ancient art from the crossroads of the Mediterranean. On the island dear to Demeter and blessed with agricultural abundance, former Greek colonies emerged as powerful kingdoms during the fifth to third centuries B.C. Innovations in art, architecture, theater, poetry, philosophy, and science flourished, leaving an enduring stamp on mainland Greece and later on Rome. Over 150 objects bear witness to the athletic and military victories, religious rituals, opulent lifestyles, and intellectual attainments that shaped Classical culture at its peak. The exhibit includes 60 fabulous Ancient Greek Coins of Sicily, drawn from the Royal Belgian and American Numismatic Society Collections, including the unique and fantastic silver tetradrachm by the "Aitna Master."

In conjunction with this exhibit, David Michaels, director of Ancient Coins for Heritage, will demonstrate ancient minting techniques used on Sicily on June 8-9 and 22-23.

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  Consignments Wanted

As you can see from our recent track record, Heritage Ancients is really starting to achieve some amazing results! If you have any thought of selling your collection, there is no better time than the present and no better venue than Heritage! Our rates are highly competitive and we offer top-notch cataloguing, exceptional photography and production values, an incomparable database of more than 800,000 potential buyers, and a matchless promotions / PR department that will make sure everyone knows about your collection. Please contact Dave Michaels, Director of Ancient Coins, via email at DMichaels@HA.com or phone at (310) 492-8615.

Until next month!

Veritas et vita,

David S. Michaels
Director of Ancient Coins
DMichaels@HA.com
1-800-872-6467 ext. 1606

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  Announcements

Coin Buyer Wanted - San Francisco Office

Heritage Auctions is seeking a talented numismatist with a broad range of expertise to join our new S.F. office located in Jackson Square. If you have an good working knowledge base of U S. coins and currency and are comfortable dealing with the public, we have an opening for a permanent position as a buyer in our San Francisco office. Duties will include dealing with walk-in clients, evaluating and purchasing coins and currency, working local coin shows, and accepting Auction consignments. Pay will be commensurate with numismatic experience.

If you are interested in this position, please contact Jobs@HA.com.

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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:

  • Asian Art Specialist: Beverly Hills
  • Coin Buyer: San Francisco
  • European Art Specialist: New York
  • European Comic Art Specialist: Dallas, Paris
  • Firearms Specialist: Dallas
  • Modern & Contemporary Art Specialist: Beverly Hills, New York
  • Timepiece Specialist: Beverly Hills, New York
  • Western Art Director: Dallas, Beverly Hills
  • World Coins Director: Hong Kong

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:

  • Client Data Specialist: Dallas, part-time
  • Client Services Representative: Dallas
  • Consignment Coordinator: Dallas
  • Currency Cataloger: Dallas
  • Currency Consignment Director: Dallas
  • e-Publishing Expert: Dallas
  • Interns
  • Marketing Account Executive: Dallas
  • Operations Assistant: Dallas
  • Rare Books Cataloger: Dallas
  • PHP Web Developer: Dallas
  • Studio Photographer: Dallas
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If you are interested in applying for one of these Corporate positions, please apply here.

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  Around Heritage

Largest Selection Of Harry Potter First Editions Ever Offered At One Time

J. K. Rowling. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneThe largest single selections of signed Harry Potter first editions offered at one time, including a rare first edition, first printing of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone — one of the first 500 copy press run — may conjure $30,000+ as part of Heritage Auctions' Rare Books Signature® Auction April 10 at New York's Fletcher Sinclair Mansion (Ukrainian Institute of America) at 2 East 79th Street (at 5th Ave.). A highlight among the number of signed and autographed editions is a first edition of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, signed by Rowling and 14 members of the cast of the Warner Bros. film. The book is accompanied by a pass to a cast and crew screening of the film and a certificate of authenticity and is expected to bring $5,000+.

The volumes leads a deep run of the world's more sought after children's titles among a select library of unique books, manuscripts, prints and maps.

Beatrix Potter. The Tailor of Gloucester"The is the first time collectors can take their pick among nearly two dozen signed or rare Harry Potter editions or J.K. Rowling autographs in one auction," said Joe Fay, Manager of Rare Book Auctions for Heritage.

The strong selection of children's titles continues with a rare presentation copy of Beatrix Potter's The Tailor of Gloucester, inscribed and accompanied by an autographed letter and a small slip of paper sporting four distinct signatures, expected to fetch $12,000+. A 1918 signed letter by L. Frank Baum, the author of the beloved Wizard of Oz on his personalized stationery illustrated by images of covers of 14 "Oz" books, is expected to bring $10,000+ and is one of three Baum lots, including a first edition of Father Goose. His Book, inscribed by illustrator W.W. Denslow, expected to fetch $1,000+.

Ian Fleming. MoonrakerOn the other end of the fiction spectrum, the auction features a 1955 first edition of Ian Fleming's James Bond classic Moonraker — one of 10 signed Fleming titles available — which is expected to bring $30,000+. A first edition of Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian or the Evening Redness in the West, inscribed and signed by McCarthy to his close friend, Bill Kidwell, is expected to bring $2,500 and a scarce, asbestos bound copy of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, a presentation copy warmly inscribed to novelist and screenwriter Richard Matheson and his wife is expected to bring $10,000+.

Several lots of important photographic volumes is led by Julia Peterkin's Depression era Roll, Jordan, Roll, one of the first books to depict African-Americans as real people and not stereotypes. Illustrated with 90 photogravure prints and with the rare signed print, the volume is set to bring $10,000+. A full 21 volumes of The Philadelphia Photographer, a rare early American photography magazine, with 222 mounted albumen prints, is expected to bring $5,000+.

[Bible in English]. The Whole Byble, that is the holy scripture of the Olde and Newe testament faythfully translated into Englyshe by Myles Couerdale, and newly ouer sene and correcteTwo, early and faith-changing translations of The Bible, a 1550 copy of the historic Coverdale Bible, the first complete modern English translation of the Bible, and William Tyndale's 1566 translation of The New Testament, are expected to bring $25,000+.

Collectors of important works on science will find particular interest in Johannes Kepler's 1611 first edition describing why snowflakes are hexagonal (200 years before the solution was finally discovered), which is expected to realize $25,000+, a first edition of Charles Darwin's groundbreaking On the Origin of Species, is expected to bring $20,000+, while Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev's Principles of Chemistry, dated 1869-71, is expected to bring $20,000+. The selections continue with Julius Casserius' 1600 work on the vocal and auditory organs, with 34 striking anatomical copper plate illustrations, is expected to bring $15,000, while Christiaan Huygens' volume from 1690 explaining his groundbreaking wave theory of light, which may fetch $15,000+.

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Dr. Francis Crick's Nobel Prize For Discovering DNA Structure To Be Offered

Francis H. C. Crick Nobel Prize Medal and Nobel Diploma
Francis H. C. Crick Nobel Prize Medal and Nobel Diploma

The 1962 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine awarded to Dr. Francis Harry Compton Crick, along with Drs. James Dewey Watson and Maurice Hugh Frederick Wilkins, for "...their discoveries concerning the molecular structure of nucleic acids and its significance for information transfer in living material" will be auctioned with an opening bid of $500,000 when it comes across the block at Heritage Auctions on April 11 as the highlight of the company's Historical Manuscripts Signature® Auction.

The auction of the medal is a historic moment, marking the first time that a Nobel Prize has been sold at public auction. It has been kept in a safe deposit box in California since Crick's widow passed away, and has been consigned to auction by his heirs. It is one of 10 lots consigned by the family, including Crick's endorsed Nobel Prize Check, dated Dec. 10, 1962 and one of his lab coats. The trove also contains nautical logbooks, gardening journals and books from Crick's personal collection.

"This year marks the 60th anniversary of the historic discovery of the structure of DNA and 50 years have passed since Francis Crick was awarded the Nobel Prize," said Kindra Crick, granddaughter of the famous scientist and spokesperson for the family. "For most of that time, the Nobel Prize and the unique personal diploma have been locked up. By auctioning his Nobel it will finally be made available for public display and be well looked after. Our hope is that, by having it available for display, it can be an inspiration to the next generation of scientists."

In addition, the Prize's proceeds will again be used to promote ground-breaking scientific research, as a portion of the sale will be awarded to the new Francis Crick Institute in London set to be completed in 2015.

Francis H. C. Crick Endorsed Nobel Prize Check
"The discovery of the structure of DNA launched a scientific revolution and forever changed human understanding of life," said Sandra Palomino, Director of Historical Manuscripts for Heritage Auctions. "This medal is the embodiment of the respect and recognition that came with that momentous breakthrough."

Crick showed an aptitude toward science at an early age, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Physics from University College London at the age of 21. He met James D. Watson (b. 1928), a 23 year-old American postdoctoral zoologist with a background in genetics, in 1951. The two men, discovering a shared common goal of solving the molecular structure of deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA, became close friends and partners.

Crick, alongside Watson and Wilkins, received his Nobel Prize from the hand of King Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden at the Stockholm Concert Hall on Dec. 10, 1962. Rosalind Franklin, who also contributed to the discovery, died in 1958 before the Nobel was awarded. It is not awarded posthumously.

"The whole family went to the grand ceremony in Stockholm where the Nobel Prizes were awarded by the King of Sweden." said Michael Crick, Francis Crick's son, "My Dad dressed for the occasion, gave a speech and danced with my sister Gabrielle. It was a great honor to be there."

[Francis H. C. Crick]. Lab Coat
After receiving the medal, however, Crick — never one to rest on his laurels, went right back to work.

"We know he deeply appreciated the recognition by his peers," said Michael, "but he did not talk much about winning the medal after the event. That was the thing about my Dad; he was a very focused scientist and after DNA he went on to work on the mechanism of protein synthesis, deciphering the three-letter nature of the genetic code and determining the origins of life on earth. He was a driven scientist his whole life. At 60, he turned his attention to theoretical neurobiology and for the next 28 years helped advance the study of human consciousness."

Crick's granddaughter echoes those sentiments about his humble nature and attitude of hard work.

"My Granddad was honored to have received the Nobel Prize," she said, "but he was not the type to display his awards; his office walls contained a large chalkboard, artwork and a portrait of Charles Darwin."

Crick's initials are engraved on the reverse of the medal, along with the year of the prize, 1962, presented in Roman numerals: "F. H. C. Crick/MCMLXII." The second piece of the Prize, the Nobel diploma — two beautifully handwritten, vellum pages, 9.5" x 13.5", in Swedish, dated Stockholm, October 18, 1962 — is also included.

More information about Historical auctions.

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  Current Auctions
Coin Auctions
April 18-19 & 22-23 CICF World & Ancient Coins Signature Auction - Chicago #3024
April 18-19 & 22-23 CICF World & Ancient Coins Signature Auction - Chicago #3024
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April 24-28 CSNS US Coin Signature Auction - Chicago #1184
April 24-28 CSNS US Coin Signature Auction - Chicago #1184
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Thursday Modern Coin Auction Thursday Modern Coin Auction #241315
Closes April 11
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Weekly World Coin Auction Weekly World Coin Auction #231315
Closes April 11
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Sunday Internet Coin Auction Sunday Internet Coin Auction #131316
Closes April 14
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Tuesday Internet Coin Auction Tuesday Internet Coin Auction #131316
Closes April 16
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Currency Auctions
April 24-26 & 28 Currency Signature Auction - Chicago #3522 April 24-26 & 28 Currency Signature Auction - Chicago #3522
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Tuesday Internet Currency Auction Tuesday Internet Currency Auction #141316
Closes April 16
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Other Signature Auctions
April 10 Rare Books Signature Auction - New York #6094 April 10 Rare Books Signature Auction - New York #6094
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April 11 Manuscripts Signature Auction - New York #6093 April 11 Manuscripts Signature Auction - New York #6093
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April 11 - 12 Beverly Hills Signature Illustration Art Auction #5126 April 11 - 12 Beverly Hills Signature Illustration Art Auction #5126
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March 24 - April 14 Doodle for Hunger Comic & Illustration Art Auction - Dallas #532 March 24 - April 14 Doodle for Hunger Comic & Illustration Art Auction - Dallas #532
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April 18 Space Exploration Signature Auction - Dallas #6095 April 18 Space Exploration Signature Auction - Dallas #6095
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April 20 Musical Instruments Signature Auction - Dallas #7077 April 20 Musical Instruments Signature Auction - Dallas #7077
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April 18 Space Exploration Signature Auction - Dallas #5131 April 28 Handbags & Luxury Accessories Signature Auction - New York #5131
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April 20 Musical Instruments Signature Auction - Dallas #5130 April 29 Jewelry Signature Auction - New York #5130
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Other Internet Auctions
Weekly Internet Rare Books and Autographs Auction Weekly Internet Rare Books and Autographs Auction #201315
Closes April 11
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Weekly Internet Luxury Accessories Auction Monthly Internet Wine Auction #221315
Closes April 11
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Sunday Internet Comics Auction Sunday Internet Comics Auction #121315
Closes April 14
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Sunday Internet Sports Collectibles Auction Sunday Internet Sports Collectibles Auction #151315
Closes April 14
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Sunday Internet Movie Poster Auction Sunday Internet Movie Poster Auction #161315
Closes April 14
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Tuesday Internet Watch and Jewelry Auction Tuesday Internet Watch and Jewelry Auction #171316
Closes April 16
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Weekly Internet Luxury Accessories Auction Weekly Internet Luxury Accessories Auction #251316
Closes April 16
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