Heritage Auctions
 The World's #1 Numismatic Dealer & Auctioneer
MyHeritage
SELL DEPARTMENTS SERVICES RESOURCES
This Issue Of Classical Coin News September 9, 2013
In This Issue:
September 25-28: Long Beach Signature Auction
September 5-12 All-Ancients Internet Auction
Consignments Being Sought For Our New York International Signature Auction, January 5-6, 2014!
Pompeia's Pick: Constantine I "The Great"
What Happened In Ancient September?
Website Tips: All items from Heritage Auctions Now eligible for Make Offer to Owner program
Win A Free $500 Auction Credit By Sharing Your Collecting Stories
Is It Time To Sell?
Reduced Auction Commissions When You Resell Your Winnings!
Save on NumisMedia Guides through Heritage
Employment Opportunities
Around Heritage Auctions
Current Auctions
Newsletter Archive
Last Issue

Fall is creeping up on us, and with it, the numismatic High Season for Ancient Coins! With that in mind here is the September edition of Heritage's Classical Coin News
September 25-28: Long Beach Signature Auction  

Heritage will offer an outstanding selection of Ancients coming up in our Wednesday, September 25 Signature auction (and the subsequent Non Floor Session September 30-31) in conjunction with the Long Beach Ca. Coin, Stamp and Collectibles Expo. The auction is now available for bidding online.

There are more than 880 lots of Ancients ranging from the dawn of coinage in 600 BC to the 1400s AD. Celtic and Hellenistic Greek coinage, especially that of Philip II of Macedon and his famous son, Alexander III "The Great," are especially well covered, with a large offering of high-grade silver tetradrachms from a variety of mints. Non-Classical coinages, including Kushan India and early Islam, are also very well represented. On the Roman side, highlights include an example of the famous Colosseum sestertius of Titus and a nearly complete run of coinage from the dynasty of Constantine I The Great. Picking highlights from this particularly strong offering is difficult, but here are a few to whet your appetite:

Rare Celtic Parisii gold stater
Rare Celtic Parisii gold stater
Pedigreed Tarentum gold half stater
Pedigreed Tarentum gold half stater
Beautiful Selinus didrachm
Beautiful Selinus didrachm
Spectacular Acanthus tetradrachm
Spectacular Acanthus tetradrachm
Lovely Chalcidian League tetradrachm
Lovely Chalcidian League tetradrachm
Magnificent Corinth stater
Magnificent Corinth stater
Rare gold stater of Cyprus
Rare gold stater of Cyprus
Exceptional Bar Kokhba sela
Exceptional Bar Kokhba sela
Incredible Kushan gold dinar of Huvishka
Incredible Kushan gold dinar of Huvishka
Superb Roman Republic gold 60 asses
Superb Roman Republic gold 60 asses
Rare and Historic Colosseum Sestertius of Titus
Rare and Historic Colosseum Sestertius of Titus
Magnificent Constantius II Gold Solidus
Magnificent Constantius II Gold Solidus

To make sure you get a chance to view these outstanding coins, we are going "bi-coastal" with our viewing schedule: You'll be able to view all Signature lots at our New York offices, 445 Park Avenue in New York City, NY, September 12-13 (Thursday-Friday). A limited viewing of only ancient coins will be held at our Beverly Hills offices, 9478 West Olympic Boulevard in Beverly Hills, CA, September 16-17 (Tuesday and Wednesday). All coins from the auction (including the Non-Floor Session) will be available for viewing at the Long Beach Convention Center September 24-28. You can write to Dave Michaels (DMichaels@HA.com) or Sam Spiegel (SamS@HA.com) for specific viewing times and other details.

Back to Top

September 5-12 All-Ancients Internet Auction  

The September all-Ancients offering of Greek, Roman and Byzantine coins comprises more than 270 individual and group lots, drawn mainly from two significant U.S. collections, making it by far our largest Weekly auction yet. It's a diverse group, strong areas being Greek bronzes, Roman Republic silver, and Roman Imperial silver of the first through third centuries AD. Highlights include the following

Scarce Metapontum stater
Scarce Metapontum stater
Attractive Syracuse bronze
Attractive Syracuse bronze
Pleasing Classical Athenian Owl
Pleasing Classical Athenian Owl
Scarce A. Spurius Republic denarius
Scarce A. Spurius Republic denarius
Beautiful Hosidius Geta denarius
Beautiful Hosidius Geta denarius
Beautifully toned C. Norbanus denarius
Beautifully toned C. Norbanus denarius
Tiberius 'Tribute Penny'
Tiberius 'Tribute Penny'
Toned Nerva denarius
Toned Nerva denarius
Sharp Maximinus I denarius
Sharp Maximinus I denarius
Heraclius 'Three Kings' solidus
Heraclius 'Three Kings' solidus
Desirable Demetrius I tetradrachm
Desirable Demetrius I tetradrachm
Well-struck Leo I Solidus
Well-struck Leo I Solidus

Back to Top

Consignments Being Sought For Our New York International Signature Auction, January 5-6, 2014!  

If you'd like to see all or part of your collection sold at this high-profile venue, please contact David Michaels at DMichaels@HA.com / (310) 492-8615 or Sam Spiegel at SamS@HA.com / (214) 409-1524.

Back to Top

Pompeia's Pick: Constantine I "The Great"  

By Lorie Ann Hambly

Constantine I the Great (AD 307-337). AV solidus
Constantine I the Great (AD 307-337). AV solidus
In the world of politics and just about everything else, we've been hearing a lot about "Change" (with a capital C). So I thought it appropriate that we have a look at someone who did "fundamentally transform" his entire world. This year's Long Beach Auction is particularly strong in representing one of the most important Roman Imperial dynasties, that of Constantine I "The Great," as true an agent of "Change" who ever lived. By a singular act — turning Christianity from a small, persecuted sect into the favored religion of the Roman state — he pulled down the pillars supporting the Ancient World and, with the resultant rubble, built the foundations for Medieval Europe. To keep murdering this metaphor, he was the "demolition man" of the old order and prime architect of all that came after him.

Let's have a look at the Man Himself:

Considering this beautiful gold solidus was struck in the immediate aftermath of the Tetrarchic Age, when supremely ugly "generic" portraits of the "college of Emperors" were the norm, the numismatic portrait seen here, engraved by an anonymous genius at the branch mint of Sirmium (in modern Serbia), is truly remarkable. The die engraver, working in low relief, has with a very few lines captured the essence of this driven, determined ruler. The slightly squinty gaze, the hawkish nose, the firm jaw, the slight curl of his lip, all work together to create an image of a man who, in the words of one biographer, "it would be better not to have as an enemy." Indeed, in an age of endemic war, Constantine the general never lost a battle, even when greatly outnumbered or fighting deep in enemy territory. Maybe I'm reading too much into a few deftly carved lines, but I also see here evidence of the man's impatience and a smoldering temperament that could be terrible when aroused.

Which brings us to our next dynastic portrait, of Constantine's first and favorite son, Crispus:

Constantine I the Great (AD 307-337). AV solidus
Constantine I the Great (AD 307-337). AV solidus
In stark contrast to the previous piercing portrait, the youthful Caesar seen here is all sweetness and light. Crispus was born circa AD 295-305 of Constantine's liaison with one Minervina, probably his common-law wife, whom he later replaced with the more politically connected Fausta. When Crispus was about 12, Constantine raised him to the rank of Caesar and began grooming him for the succession. He was a quick study, absorbed his father's Christian faith without question, and soon showed himself a military prodigy, becoming Constantine's right hand man in campaigns against barbarians and the AD 324 Civil War against Licinius. Then, in AD 326, Constantine abruptly had him arrested and beheaded.

Constantine's biographers later asserted that Fausta falsely accused Crispus of making unwanted sexual advances upon her person, knowing that Constantine's quick temper would lead him act before fully thinking things through. If he had done so, Constantine might have realized that his scheming wife (aren't all Roman empresses depicted as "scheming" by male chauvinist biographers?) had cooked up the tale in order to advance her own three sons by Constantine in the succession arrangements. Tormented that he had snuffed out his promising and beloved son on a spurious charge, Constantine took his revenge on Fausta by having her suffocated in a steambath.

The events of AD 326 deeply scarred the emperor, but he must have taken solace that his Christian faith preached forgiveness for even the most heinous sins, if properly confessed and repented. When Constantine's thoughts again turned to the succession, he went to enormous lengths to ensure all male children in his family were accommodated, which led to this strange outcome:

Constantine I the Great (AD 307-337). AV solidus
Constantine I the Great (AD 307-337). AV solidus
Someone named after Hannibal, Rome's greatest enemy, with the title of "king" (another anathema term) on a Roman coin? The mind boggles. Yet here is a coin struck in Constantine's eponymous new capital depicting a fresh-faced young man named Hannibalianus as "regi" — king.

In AD 335, Constantine concocted an elaborate five-way succession scheme that would divide the Empire between Constantine's three sons by Fausta, Constantine II, Constans and Constantius, along with his young nephews Delmatius and Hannibalianus. The whole affair remains puzzling — with his three sons already designated Caesar (and all preparing to duke it out for supreme power when the old man passed), why did Constantine further complicate matters by tossing two neophyte nephews into the mix? Perhaps he had in mind resurrecting Diocletian's Tetrarchy, which would explain Delmatius being made Caesar to create an even four "heirs presumptive." But Hannibalianus received a very different title— Rex Regum et Pontiacarum Gentium, or "King of Kings and of the Pontic Peoples."

It seems Constantine, typically, was thinking big—full and final conquest of the enormous Sasanian Persian Empire to the East, followed by the installation of Hannibalianus under the supreme title "King of Kings" to rule over the non-Roman East. An entire world ruled by a single dynasty! Yet this is one grandiose dream, one "fundamental transformation," that even Constantine couldn't pull off. On the eve of launching his huge invasion of Persia, he took seriously ill. When it became clear he wouldn't recover, he had himself formally baptized (to cleanse his soul of many sins), clothed himself in a plain white shift, and peacefully expired. Once he was out of the way, his Christian-raised sons butchered their two nephews and divided the Empire three ways. The more things "Change," the more they stay the same.

Back to Top

What Happened In Ancient September?  

September 4, 518 BC: Greek Poet Pindar born.

September 4, AD 476: Western Roman Emperor Romulus Augustus abdicates, handing his ornaments to the German Chieftain Odovacer, marking the fall of the West Roman Empire.

September 5, AD 394: East Roman army of Theodosius I the Great defeats West Roman army of Eugenius at the Battle of the Frigidus.

September 7, AD 15: Future Emperor Vitellius born.

September 8, 15 BC: Traditional birthday of the Virgin Mary.

September 9, AD 9: General Varus loses three legions to the German warrior Arminius at the pivotal Battle of the Teutoburger Forest.

September 9, AD 214/215: Future Emperor Aurelian ("Restorer of the World") born.

September 13, AD 81: Emperor Titus dies.

September 14, AD 81: Domitian proclaimed Emperor by the Senate.

September 16, AD 307: Emperor Severus II executed by his rival Maxentius.

September 17, AD 14: The late Emperor Augustus proclaimed a god (deified) by the Senate.

September 18, AD 53: Future Emperor Trajan born.

September 18, AD 96: Domitian murdered in the palace; Senate immediately names Nerva Emperor in his place.

September 18, AD 324: Constantine and Crispus defeat Licinius at Crysopolis.

September 18, AD 335: Flavius Delmatius named Caesar, Hannibalianus named "King of Kings of the Pontic Peoples" (see above).

September 19, AD 86: Future Emperor Antoninus Pius born.

September 21, 19 BC: Roman Poet Laureate Vergil dies in Brundisium.

September 21, AD 454: Emperor Valentinian III murders the General Aetius, who had defeated Attila the Hun.

September 22, 36 BC: Lepidus induced by Octavian to retire from the Triumvirate.

September 23, 480 BC: Greek fleet destroys the Persian armada at the Battle of Salamis.

September 23, 63 BC: Future Emperor Augustus born as Gaius Octavius.

September 26, 1687: Gunpowder stored in the Parthenon ignites, leaving the temple in ruins.

September 27, 48 BC: Pompey the Great lands in Egypt after his defeat by Caesar, and is promptly murdered on orders of Ptolemy XIII.

September 29, 480 BC: Athenians defeat Persians at the Battle of Marathon.

Back to Top

Website Tips: All items from Heritage Auctions Now eligible for Make Offer to Owner program  

Due to popular demand, we have altered the Make Offer to Owner (MOtO) program to remove the minimum purchase price requirement for all lots, previously $417 for coins and $385 for everything else. Now, all items purchased from Heritage at auction are eligible for MOtO, with a minimum commission of $40.

Owners of items bought from Heritage at auction that were previously ineligible for MOtO can enable their items individually through the individual links in MyCollection, or they can enable all of their items at once by going to MyCollection and clicking on the following link:

MOtO Program

Other Website Tips
What is Heritage Live!TM?
Spam Blocking
Cookies and Security
Bidding Tutorial
Increasing your bids
How To "Make an Offer"
Batch Bidding
Tracking Lots
Bookmarking
Why am I being outbid immediately?
PCGS Registry Numbers
NGC Registry Numbers
Index Number
MyCollection Help

Back to Top

Win A Free $500 Auction Credit By Sharing Your Collecting Stories  

Heritage Auctions and Antique Trader magazine are teaming up to offer a $500 auction credit as the grand prize in the 5th Annual Favorite Finds Contest!

The contest is an opportunity to share your most memorable stories with your fellow collectors. Your submission puts you in the running for the grand prize of a $500 auction credit with Heritage, or the runner-up prize: a 10-volume reference library courtesy of Krause Publications and a one-year subscription to Antique Trader.

It's free to enter and every participant gets a free copy of the Favorite Finds issue featuring their story. All entries must be received by 11:59 PM ET Sept. 30, 2013. Learn how to enter and read how one collector discovered an amazing bronze Tiffany cigarette box at a garage sale.

Antique Trader magazine Favorite Finds issue

Back to Top

Is it Time to Sell?  

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

Interested in Selling?
Consign to a Heritage Auction

Back to Top

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 Nature & Science 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).

Back to Top

Save on NumisMedia Guides through Heritage

Back to Top

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
  • Classic Cars Specialist
  • Coin Buyer
  • Decorative Arts & Design Specialist
  • European Art Specialist
  • Modern & Contemporary Art Specialist: (New York, 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 part-time
  • Client Services Representative
  • Currency Cataloger
  • Currency Consignment Director
  • e-Publishing Expert
  • Graphic Designer
  • Housekeeping
  • Interns
  • Maintenance Assistant
  • Shipping Associate
  • Web Marketing Specialist

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

Back to Top

Around Heritage Auctions  

Renoir's Personal Effects And Sculpture Offered

Pierre-Auguste Renoir Collection
The single largest archive of Pierre-Auguste Renoir's personally-owned objects — from his signature polka-dot scarf to the original plaster maquette of La Grande Venus Victrix — will highlight an expansive grouping dedicated to the Impressionist icon in Heritage Auctions' The Renoir Estate Collection Signature® Auction, Sept. 19 in New York.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Grande Venus victorieuse
The collection is an intimate glimpse inside the personal and professional life of the master painter through a trove of important documents, including his marriage certificate, photographs and letters written to Renoir from friends and contemporaries such as Monet, Manet, and Rodin.

The collection also features a selection of original sculptural plaster maquettes created at Renoir's estate in Cagnes, France, in the twilight of his career. Battling severe arthritis, Renoir collaborated with a young and able-handed artist, Richard Guino, at his dealer Ambroise Vollard's suggestion.

Together, Renoir and Guino selected which drawings and paintings would work as sculptures, and they set to work. Included among the sculptural offerings is likely the auction's top lot — a 72 inch tall original plaster maquette for La Grande Venus Victrix, the Roman goddess.

"This museum-level collection is superb in its completeness and reveals volumes about the man and his art," said Brian Roughton, Managing Director of Fine Art at Heritage Auctions. "It touches every corner of his life and represents the last time this collection will appear assembled ever again. In addition to the personal letters and objects, we're also thrilled to have the opportunity to offer 20 carefully collected original plaster maquettes."

Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Coco
Among the maquettes, Heritage is offering "Coco," one of the only plaster maquettes that Renoir produced himself, depicting his young son Claude.
American Medal of Honor awarded to Renoir
The staggering amount of life documents, awards and ephemera includes rarities such as an American Medal of Honor awarded to Renoir at the 1883 Foreign Exhibition and an album of candid family photographs featuring Henri Matisse among other notable artists of the day.

The archive also includes rarely seen objects likely made for the artist's eyes only, such as a diminutive polychrome ceramic vase and sugar bowl thrown and painted with his son, Jean, at Les Collettes as Jean recuperated from War injuries at Les Collettes.

More information about Fine and Decorative Art auctions.

Back to Top

Samuel H. Walker Daguerreotype May Sell For $75,000+ As Part Of The John N. McWilliams Texas Ranger Collection

[Texas Rangers]. Samuel H. Walker Half-Plate Daguerreotype, circa 1847
A rare and significant half-plate daguerreotype portrait of Capt. Samuel H. Walker is estimated to bring $75,000+ to lead the 343-lot John N. McWilliams Texas Ranger Collection Sept. 21 at Heritage Auctions. Meticulously collected to represent 100 years of Texas Ranger history, the collection documents the birth of the Wild West and contains historically important manuscripts, autographs and rare images pertaining to Texas' greatest early figures.

"The focus of the collection is in two parts: The 1840s-1850s-era, which would be the Jack Hayes and RIP Ford era," McWilliams said about the collection in a special video now posted to Heritage Auctions' YouTube channel. "The second portion of the collection, which is equally as important, is the frontier battalion era, which is dating from the early 1870s until about 1900."

[Texas Rangers]. John S. Rip Ford Half-Plate Ambrotype, circa 1858
The collection is heavy on photographs, original manuscripts and original daguerreotypes, including a circa 1858 half-plate ambrotype of Capt. John S. "Rip" Ford, which is estimated to bring $60,000+. Ford was a well-known and influential Texas Ranger who claimed a victory during the Antelope Hills Campaign at the Battle of Little Robe Creek against Comanche Indians and images of him are scarce. An unusual half-plate daguerreotype of two Rangers dressed as Mexican Vaqueros may fetch $50,000+ and a scarce half-plate ambrotype featuring five armed men, taken circa 1858-1860, may cross the block for $15,000+.
[Death of Samuel H. Walker]. David W. Haines Autograph Eyewitness Account with Watercolor Illustration of the Death of Texas Ranger Samuel Walker
Among the rare and historically important manuscripts, an extraordinary journal book holding an eyewitness account of the death of Texas Ranger Samuel H. Walker, made complete with watercolor illustrations of the scene, is estimated to bring $25,000+. Walker, a Texas hero before the Mexican War, gained national distinction during the war for his work under General Zachary Taylor, his collaboration with Samuel Colt on the development of the Colt Walker, and his heroic death at the Battle of Huamantla.
[Mexican War]. Captain Benjamin McCulloch's Company of Spies,Texas Mounted Volunteers, Muster Roll Signed Ben McCulloch.
A highly anticipated muster roll for Capt. Benjamin McCulloch's Company of Spies, a group of 26 battle-hardened volunteers assembled after the Battle of Monterrey during the Mexican-American War, is estimated to bring $15,000+. The group spied on General Santa Anna's advance, which helped Gen. Zachary Taylor land a victory at the Battle of Buena Vista in 1847.

A cabinet card, taken circa 1888, which depicts the only-known original print of an iconic group portrait of the Company "D" Rangers at the height of their notoriety, is estimated to bring $7,000+. Among the Rangers pictured are Captain Frank Jones, Bass Outlaw, J. Walter Durbin, William "Tink" Durbin, Cal Aten, and Frank Schmid. The card, which has been extensively published, was previously in the collections of Robert W. Stephens and George Jackson.

[John Coffee Jack Hays]. Coin Silver Presentation Cup and John C. Buffalo Hump Hays Carte de Visite Signed.
Among the collection's collectibles is a coin silver cup gifted to John Coffee "Jack" Hays and inscribed "Presented to Buffalo Hump Hays." It is estimated to bring $5,000+. Also among the collectibles is an important Mexican bone-carved chess set, circa 1860s, which may fetch $4,000+ and a telescope given to Col. Francis M. Wynkoop, commander of the 1st Pennsylvania Volunteers during the Mexican War, which may sell for $4,000+.

More information about historical auctions.

Back to Top

Robb Report Names Heritage Auctions One Of Luxury's 25 Most Innovative Brands

Robb Report Names Heritage Auctions One Of Luxury's 25 Most Innovative Brands

Read the article here.

Back to Top

Current Auctions  
Coin Auctions
2013 September 25 - 29 US Coins Signature Auction - Long Beach #1189
September 25 - 29 US Coins Signature Auction - Long Beach #1189

View Lots
September 25 - 27 & 30, & October 1 World and Ancient Coins Signature Auction - Long Beach #3026
September 25 - 27 & 30, & October 1 World and Ancient Coins Signature Auction - Long Beach #3026

View Lots
Tuesday Internet Coin Auction Tuesday Internet Coin Auction #131337
Closes September 10
View Lots
Thursday Modern Coin Auction Thursday Modern Coin Auction #241337
Closes September 12
View Lots
Weekly World Coin Auction Weekly World Coin Auction #231337
Closes September 12
View Lots
Sunday Internet Coin Auction Sunday Internet Coin Auction #131338
Closes September 15
View Lots
Currency Auctions
2013 September 25 - 27, 30 & October 1 Currency Signature Auction - Long Beach 3524 September 25 - 27, 30 & October 1 Currency Signature Auction - Long Beach #3524
View Lots
Tuesday Internet Currency Auction Tuesday Internet Currency Auction #141337
Closes September 10
View Lots
Signature Auctions
2013 September 13 Fine & Rare Wine Signature Auction - Beverly Hills #5162 2013 September 13 Fine & Rare Wine Signature Auction - Beverly Hills #5162
View Lots
September 19 The Unknown Renoir: The Man, The Husband, The Father, The Artist Signature Auction - New York #5157 September 19 The Unknown Renoir: The Man, The Husband, The Father, The Artist Signature Auction - New York #5157
View Lots
September 21 Legends of the West Signature Auction - The John N. McWilliams Texas Ranger Collection - Dallas #6104 September 21 Legends of the West Signature Auction - The John N. McWilliams Texas Ranger Collection - Dallas #6104
View Lots
September 23 Fine Jewelry & Luxury Accessories Signature Auction - Beverly Hills #5160 September 23 Fine Jewelry & Luxury Accessories Signature Auction - Beverly Hills #5160
View Lots
September 30 Year of the Farmer Art Auction Benefiting the National FFA Organization #544 September 30 Year of the Farmer Art Auction Benefiting the National FFA Organization #544
View Lots
September 30 West Texas Golf Classic Auction Benefiting Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children 552 September 30 West Texas Golf Classic Auction Benefiting Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children #552
View Lots
October 5 - 7 The Estate and Gentleman Collector Auctions #5144 October 5 - 7 The Estate and Gentleman Collector Auctions #5144
View Lots
   
Other Internet Auctions
Tuesday Internet Watch & Jewelry Auction Tuesday Internet Watch & Jewelry Auction #171337
Closes September 10
View Lots
Weekly Internet Luxury Accessory Auction Weekly Internet Luxury Accessory Auction #251337
Closes September 10
View Lots
Weekly Internet Rare Books and Autographs Auction Weekly Internet Rare Books and Autographs Auction #201337
Closes September 12
View Lots
Monthly Internet Wine Auction Monthly Internet Wine Auction #221337
Closes September 12
View Lots
Sunday Internet Sports Collectibles Auction Sunday Internet Sports Collectibles Auction #151337
Closes September 15
View Lots
Sunday Internet Movie Poster Auction Sunday Internet Movie Poster Auction #161337
Closes September 15
View Lots
Sunday Internet Comics Auction Sunday Internet Comics Auction #121337
Closes September 15
View Lots
   
Auction Schedule | Order a Catalog

Back to Top

Departments MyHeritage
SERVICES
Art & Antiques
Books
Coins
Comics
Currency
Domain Names & Intellectual Property
Entertainment & Music
Historical
Jewelry & Timepieces
Luxury Accessories
Movie Posters
Nature & Science
Real Estate
Sports
Stamps
Wine
Charity Auctions
MyBids
MyTrackedLots
MyWantlist
MyProfile
MyCollection
MyConsignments
MyOrders
Free Auction Evaluation
Appraisal Services

Consign Now
Sam Foose
1-800-872-6467 x1227
Facebook Twitter Google LinkedIn YouTube
Heritage Auctions / bid@HA.com / 3500 Maple Ave / Dallas, Texas 75219 / 1-877-HERITAGE (437-4824)
Copyright © 1999-2013 Heritage Capital Corporation / All Rights Reserved