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This Week in Coin News October 12, 2013
In This Issue:
Brazilian Gold Ingot Leads World & Ancient Coins Results In Long Beach
Seldom Seen Selections: Unsurpassed 1916-D Dime
Native Golds from the Hoppel Collection
Website Tips: Tie Bids
This Week's Top Ten
Coin Buyer Wanted - Dallas Office
Reduced Auction Commissions When You Resell Your Winnings!
Employment Opportunities
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Brazilian Gold Ingot Leads World & Ancient Coins Results In Long Beach
A classic rarity of Brazilian numismatics, a large, 1812 Joao VI Prince Regent gold ingot of Sabara retaining its original issue certificate, brought $199,750 to lead Heritage Auctions' $10.6+ million World and Ancient Coins Signature® Auction Sept. 25-Oct. 1 in Long Beach, Calif. The ingot appeared as Part II of the RLM Collection of Brazilian Gold, which offered a collector's choice of important ingots and Portuguese colonial era Brazilian coinage.

Brazil: Joao VI Prince Regent gold Ingot of Sabara 1812


"Heritage's growth in the World and Ancient Coin market has a bright future," said Cristiano Bierrenbach, Executive Vice President of International Numismatics. "Long Beach Expo has always been a highlight of our hobby, but this year's results far surpassed our expectations. We remain grateful to our consigners and buyers and look forward to offering many special collections in the next year."

The $10.6+ million total, when combined with the more than $17.5 million realized in Heritage's U.S. Coins Signature® Auction and the $7.6+ million realized in its Currency Signature® Auction, both also held as part of the Long Beach Expo, adds up to a $36+ million dollar week for the company. That total represents the highest auction realization that the combined Long Beach events have ever realized.

South Africa: Republic gold Burgers Pond 1874
Among the top performing lots was a famed Burgers Pond, a South African rarity from 1874. From a mintage of just 142, the coin is considered one of the finest examples known to exist and it quickly surpassed its estimate to realize $152,750. A Titus 'Colosseum' sestertius (struck under the Roman emperor Titus (AD 79-81) to commemorate the opening of the Colosseum) more than doubled its high estimate to sell for $146,875. The rare coin, which depicts the Colosseum on the obverse, was the first example of the type ever sold by Heritage and became the third-most expensive such coin to sell at public auction.

A Danzig ducat from 1547, one of a small handful of examples to be offered at public auction in decades, sold for $135,125 against a $40,000 estimate. A dramatic Chinese Empire gold pattern Kuping Tael from 1906, a rare pattern type featuring a facing dragon on the obverse, brought $114,562 and a South African threepence "tickey" struck in gold, a mysterious coin that was made in 1898 by ZAR entrepreneur Sammy Marks, changed hands for $79,637.

Hong Kong: Victoria Proof Dollar 1866
Still retaining sharp design features and deeply mirrored fields, a dazzling 1866 Proof Victoria dollar from Hong Kong sold for $70,500 as did a gold double-daric, struck under Alexander the Great's Babylonian satrap Mazaeus. The extremely rare example is one of four known of this type and now carries the honor as the most expensive one to ever sell at auction.

Another notable highlight is an extremely rare stater from Pnytagoras, king of Salamis on Cyprus. The example shows two different versions of the goddess Aphrodite on the obverse and reverse. It sold for $41,125, more than three times more than when it changed hands in 2006. A unique issue from the Mexican mint at Hermosillo, an 1835 Republic Cap and Ray 8 Reales, fetched $47,000.

Just a few of the other highlights of this auction included:

Brazil: Joao VI Prince Regent gold Ingot of Sabara 1814, Prober 1814-S-2885, 30.8 grams
Russia: Peter I gold Novodel 2 Ducats (Double Chervonets) 1714, Bitkin H19 (R2), KM-NF4, Fr-86, AU58 NGC Russia: Peter I gold Novodel 2 Ducats (Double Chervonets) 1714, Bitkin H19 (R2), KM-NF4, Fr-86, AU58 NGC
Brazil: Joao V gold 20000 Reis 1724-M, KM117, MS63 NGC Brazil: Joao V gold 20000 Reis 1724-M, KM117, MS63 NGC


We are accepting consignments for our next auction of World and Ancient coinage, scheduled for January 5-6 in New York. Our next Signature auction of US coins, scheduled for November 1-3 and also in New York, will be open for bidding soon at HA.com/Coins.

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Seldom Seen Selections: Unsurpassed 1916-D Dime
1916-D 10C MS67 Full Bands PCGS. CAC
1916-D 10C MS67 Full Bands PCGS. CAC
It is our privilege to present, as a part of our 2013 November 1 - 3 US Coin Signature Auction in New York, a 1916-D dime which has been graded MS67+, Full Bands by PCGS. The 1916-D dime is well-known to collectors as the key to the Mercury Dime series.

The artistry of Augustus Saint-Gaudens and the impetuosity of President Theodore Roosevelt spurred a numismatic renaissance that continued to a new generation of artists who trained with, were influenced by, or assisted "the Saint."

Those artists include:

  • James Earle Fraser, designer of the Buffalo nickel that debuted in 1913;
  • Bela Lyon Pratt, whose novel reduced relief quarter eagle and half eagle designs appeared in 1908, shortly after Saint-Gaudens' death;
  • Adolph Weinman, a double winner in the design sweepstakes, taking on the Mercury dime and Walking Liberty half dollar, both premiering in 1916;
  • John Flanagan, whose Washington quarter design would debut, originally as a commemorative coin, in 1932; and
  • Charles Keck, originator of the 1915-S Panama-Pacific gold dollar.
The new Mercury dime debuted to rave reviews on the part of the most influential numismatists of the era, many of whom were quoted in the December 1916 issue of The Numismatist. Farran Zerbe, Henry Chapman, Edgar Adams, Wayte Raymond, B. Max Mehl, Thomas Elder, Howland Wood, and T. Louis Comparette all spoke glowingly of the new dime design. Elder, in particular, waxed eloquent:

"We have in the new United States dime, designed by Adolph Alexander Weinman, the handsomest American coin. The winged head of Liberty is a real portrait of great beauty and finish. Our American girl in this instance is youthful, refined, and of gentle expression. The addition of wings to the head is taken from ancient art of emblems. The head is not unlike those of [Oscar] Roty and [Jules-Clément] Chaplain shown on so many modern French coins and medals. The obverse lettering is beautifully simple..."
Although three mints produced the first-year Mercury dimes — Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco — the D-mint utterance was a pittance compared to those of the other mints. It would nonetheless be the mid-1930s, with the introduction of coin boards for collectors, before the 1916-D dime's elusive nature would be fully grasped. It is only the chance survival of a greater number of first-year dimes from all mints that prevents the 1916-D today from being prohibitively rare, rather than extremely elusive.

Predictably for an issue with such a small mintage, very few are known today in the highest grades. None have been certified by either service finer than the piece we are offering in New York, and few can be called a peer. The mint luster glows with rich mint frost beneath speckled, multicolored iridescence seen over each side.

This extraordinary coin qualifies for entry into only the finest set of Mercury dimes.

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Native Golds from the Hoppel Collection
NATIVE GOLD on MATRIX
Part 2 of the Hoppel Collection of Fine Minerals is currently being offered for auction in our Nature & Science Signature Auction, scheduled for live bidding in Dallas and through Heritage Live® on October 19-20. Internet bidding for this auction is open now.

A particularly interesting grouping of lots is a series of native golds from the Tightner Mine in Alleghany, Sierra County, CA. Now part of the "Original Sixteen to One Mine", the Tightner mine was one of the most prolific gold producers in the Alleghany District and the largest mine with the greatest gold production of any of the mines consolidated into the Sixteen to One property. The Tightner name was given in view of the gold veins' tendency to pinch down and tighten.

The Gold found here was highly inconsistent in distribution, with totally barren areas interspersed with infrequent but extraordinarily rich masses of Gold. One ore shoot in the area yielded almost 75,000 ounces over a distance of 14 feet.

NATIVE GOLD
Purchased out of an estate in 1963, this particular specimen was referred to as the "Snowman" and was on the cover of Rock & Gem magazine in July of 1996. Subsequent to that, it was placed in the Hoppel Collection. Although original specimen descriptions described it as "reinforced, but not repaired," the process of cleaning and trimming the "Snowman" revealed that it was actually four specimens held together adroitly by glue. That was when it was determined that the "Snowman" was in fact an assembly. All have the rich color indicative of the very high purity of the Gold — approaching 24 Karat.

We are offering each of the four components of the "Snowman" in this auction, as lots 53120 through 53123. The white quartz surrounding the gold deposits gives the appearance of snow, accounting for the name. Estimates for the pieces vary from $1,600 for the smallest to $55,000 and up for the largest.

To view these and other golds and native metals, visit HA.com/NaturalHistory.

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Website Tips: Tie Bids









Under certain circumstances, it is possible for more than one person to have the same bid on the same item. This is actually fairly common, since people will tend to have similar ideas about an item's value, often based on having access to the same reference materials. In any case where there is a tie bid, the earliest bidder in our records is credited with being the high bidder.

What does this mean in practice? You need to pay attention when you complete your bid. Above are two different images from our website, both showing the results of $2 bids on the same item in the same auction. One of them congratulates the bidder for placing the high bid on the item. The other states that the bidder, with the same bid, has been outbid, and offers him the opportunity to place another bid.

You may notice that on the version of the page where the bidder has been outbid, the current bid is the same thing as the bid he just placed. If you see that, it is a dead giveaway that you were outbid by an earlier bid of the same amount and simply lost a tiebreaker. An astute bidder will also note that the high bid is revealed to him in this case; any further bid he places would be guaranteed to become the high bid on the item.




Another consequence of tie bids is that under certain circumstances it is not possible to tell strictly from search listings whether you are the high bidder on an item. Search pages simply show the amount of the current bid without regard to any secret maximum bid. If the search page shows an amount less than your secret maximum bid, you are the high bidder. If it shows an amount more than your secret maximum bid, then you are not the high bidder. But if it shows an amount equal to your secret maximum bid? You don't know. Both of the bidders above can take a look at this search page and see the current bid equal to their high bid. But only one of them is the high bidder.





So, if you can't tell whether you're the high bidder from the search page, what can you do? MyBids is the answer. This page will always tell you whether you are the high bidder on an item, showing your bid in green if you're the high bidder and in red if you are not. Of course, MyBids is invaluable as a record for all your bids, not just the close ones, and our most astute bidders check this page on a regular basis.

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This Week's Top Ten
1968 10C No S PR68 Cameo PCGS
1968 10C No S PR68 Cameo PCGS
The ten highest valued Roosevelt dimes to sell in Heritage auctions, one per issue:
  1. 1968 10C No S PR68 Cameo PCGS. Realized $48,875
  2. 1964 10C SMS MS68 PCGS. Realized $9,487
  3. 1949 10C MS68 Full Bands PCGS. Realized $8,337
  4. 1983 10C No S PR70 Ultra Cameo NGC. Realized $6,462
  5. 1951 10C PR68 Deep Cameo NGC. Realized $6,325
  6. 1970 10C No S PR69 Cameo PCGS. Realized $6,037
  7. 1975-S 10C PR70 Deep Cameo PCGS. Realized $6,037
  8. 1959 10C PR69 Deep Cameo PCGS. Realized $5,980
  9. 1967 10C SMS MS68 Deep Cameo PCGS. Realized $5,980
  10. 1949-D 10C MS68 Full Bands PCGS. Realized $5,635

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

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Heritage Auctions is seeking talented numismatists with a broad range of expertise to join our Dallas office. If you have a good working knowledge base of U S. coins and currency and are comfortable dealing with the public, we have openings for permanent positions as a buyer. 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 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.
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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
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We are also seeking to fill the following corporate positions:

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Great Gatsby First Edition, In The Original First Printing Dust Jacket In New York

F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby
A Boston woman has discovered her rare first edition copy of The Great Gatsby, retaining its coveted first printing dust jacket, is expected to bring $60,000+ when it crosses the block Oct. 17 in Heritage Auctions' Rare Books Signature® Auction in New York.

The new Baz Luhrmann-Leonardo DiCaprio adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic The Great Gatsby debuted this year and has so far earned more than $144 million at the box office. News of the film made Carolyn Lyons Sartory curious if her 1925 copy of the original novel that had been sitting on her bookshelf for decades might be a windfall. Sartory quickly discovered collectors pay tens of thousands of dollars for one of the original early printings of the novel for its rare dust jacket.

"This is a fabulous example of the book with its original dust jacket," said Joe Fay, Manager of Rare Books at Heritage Auctions, who recently secured the book from the consignor in Boston. "The dust jacket for The Great Gatsby is perhaps the most sought-after and valuable paper object in modern American book collecting."

There are many reasons why original dust jackets from the first printing did not survive. "At the time of the book's publication, dust jackets were routinely removed from the book and thrown away once the buyer got the book home, as jackets were generally understood to be nothing more than packaging for the book itself," Fay said.

Original dust jackets have a printing error on the back cover — a lowercase "j" in "jay Gatsby" — that had to be hand-corrected by the publisher in ink. It is likely that the publisher 'stopped the presses', so to speak, corrected the error, and thus printed far fewer than the original print run of the book once the error was discovered, limiting the original population of the jacket in the first place. "Fitzgerald and his great novel fell out of favor by the time the great author passed away in 1940, so many copies of the book, and unfortunately the dust jacket, were likely just discarded," Fay said.

"The dust jacket presented here is especially desirable because it is completely unrestored," Fay said. "In fact, while a good number of the known copies have had some sort of repair done to the jacket (often significant restoration with lacking pieces professionally supplied), it is not so with this copy."

The importance of the dust jacket also extends beyond its rarity and condition. The image used on the cover is based on a painting by an obscure artist named Francis Cugat that Fitzgerald had seen in the Scribner's offices while in the middle of writing the novel. "For Christ's sake don't give anyone that jacket you're saving for me," Fitzgerald wrote to his publisher. "I've written it into the book." Fans of the book credit Cugat's evocative pair of eyes over a blinding Coney Island skyline served as a fitting analogy for the soulless opulence at the heart of the novel.

"This was a unique phenomenon in American literature — the only time that a painting designed for a dust jacket actually influenced the writing of the book for which it was designed," Fay said. "So, the dust jacket is more than a dust jacket — it is a major contribution to American literary history."

The book will be included as part of Heritage Auctions' Rare Books Signature Auction Oct. 17 in New York.

More information about rare book auctions.

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Only Known 'Amphibian-Aspiration Fossil' Could Bring $150,000+ To Lead Diverse Natural History Selection

Amphibian-Aspiration Fossil
A one-of-a-kind plate displaying fossil remains of an amphibian that choked to death on its prey — believed to be the only specimen of an "amphibian aspiration" known to exist — is estimated to bring $150,000+ to lead a world-class selection of fossils, meteorites and unusually large gemstones in Heritage Auctions' Nature & Science Signature® Auction Oct. 19-20 in Dallas.

"This is definitely a one-of-a-kind, never-to-be-seen-again discovery," said Jim Walker, Director of Nature & Science at Heritage. "The site is closed, which makes this truly a museum piece. Not only is this one of the few fossil examples of this species, this is the only one known with an aspiration. All of these factors combine make this discovery especially rare and desirable."

The specimen dates to the Permian Period (299 to 251 million years ago) and very clearly shows the bones of an amphibian (Sclerocephalus haeuseri) intertwined with a smaller prey's skull located in the vicinity of the larger animal's throat. The plate has been expertly prepared and shows minute details, down to skin impressions and the tiny, sharp teeth the larger animal used to hook his hapless prey. Little did they know the tussle would be their last.

Included in the more than 50 lots of fossils of various types and ages, are discoveries from Germany such as a dramatic Icthyosaur, dating from the Mesozoic Era, which may bring $20,000+, and a fossil gar (Atractosteus strausi), as found in the Messel Pit, which could sell for $3,000+.

Icthyosaur


fossil horse skull
A strong selection of Badlands vertebrates is led by an unusual and pristine fossil horse skull (Mesohippus bairdi) from the Early Oligocene Epoch, which may cross the block for $15,000+. A rare juvenile fossil pig skull (Archaeotherium mortoni) may turn up $10,000+, and a fossil skull of an oreodont (Merycoidodon culbertsoni) — an extinct animal closely related to camels and pigs — complete with articulated bones, may exchange hands for $4,000+.

Gibeon meteorite
A selection of three dozen meteorites is led by a Gibeon meteorite found in 1992 in Namibia with a naturally-formed hole, which is expected hammer for $50,000+, and an exceptional scalloped Gibeon meteorite, which may bring $26,000+.

Additional natural history rarities and collector's favorites include a rare and pristine egg from the extinct Elephant Bird (Aepyornis maximus). The creature is believed to have grown to over 10 feet (3 meters) in height and to have reached weights approaching 880 pounds. Its massive egg measures 11 inches in length and is anticipated to sell for $50,000+. Also highlighted is an extremely large Canadian Gem Ammonite, which may sell for $60,000+.

Tyrannosaurus rex cast
An exceptional skull cast of STAN, the most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex ever found, could sell for $12,000+, an extremely rare scorpion and Velvet mite encased in amber dating from the Oligocene Epoch (34 million to 23 million years ago), could change hands for $4,000+, and a rare cast of a Dodo Bird (Raphus cucullatus), could fetch $3,500.

A stellar line-up of more than 60 rare and exotic gemstones kicks off with a 5.22 carat natural ruby, from Vietnam, which could take top lot honors at $250,000 and a 31.5 carat natural purple spinel that may bring $78,000.

More information about nature & science auctions.

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Treasure Street Auction

FORD MODEL A, 1929
Bid in the Treasure Street Auction benefiting Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children! Your support will help TSRHC carry forward its legacy of providing premier health care to Texas children regardless of the family's ability to pay. Now in its 18th year, Treasure Street will be a Texas-sized celebration of our great state with highlights from every region — from the Panhandle to the Gulf Coast and everything in between.

Treasure Street will take place under the stars on the grounds of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children on October 17, 2013. TSRHC is located at 2222 Welborn Street, Dallas, TX 75219. The live auction will be held at Treasure Street, 8PM CT. Online bidding closes the evening before the live auction, October 16th at 10PM CT. If you are the high bidder or placed a proxy bid at the close of online portion of the auction, your online bid will be executed at the live auction by Heritage Auctions staff.

For more information about the auction, contact Jeri Carroll at 214-409-1873 or JeriC@HA.com.

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1. Which of the following denominations has been struck with a W mintmark?
       A) Cent
       B) Nickel
       C) Dime
       D) Quarter
       E) Half dollar


2. What is the face value of a US one ounce platinum eagle?
       A) $1
       B) $20
       C) $25
       D) $50
       E) $100



Last week's question:

1. What was the date of the last New Orleans mint double eagle?
Correct Answer: D) 1879 (33%).

2. Who designed the Standing Liberty quarter?
Correct Answer: D) Hermon MacNeill (42%).

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