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This Week in Coin News October 26, 2013
In This Issue:
Numismatic world riveted by Eric P. Newman Part II, Nov. 15-16 in New York
Spectacular Errors featured in The Geyer Family Collection
Website Tips: Passwords
This Week's Top Ten
Coin Buyer Wanted - Dallas Office
Reduced Auction Commissions When You Resell Your Winnings!
Employment Opportunities
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Numismatic world riveted by Eric P. Newman Part II, Nov. 15-16 in New York
1796 25C MS67+ * NGC. CAC
1796 25C MS67+ * NGC. CAC
Heritage Auctions has designated the week of Nov. 11-16, 2013, as "Newman Week in New York City" to honor the legacy of esteemed numismatic researcher, author and collector Eric P. Newman, culminating on the days of Nov. 15 and 16, with the second eagerly anticipated offering of numismatic rarities from Newman's legendary collection.

The collection is led by the stunning 1796 B-2 quarter dollar MS67+ , the finest certified 1796 quarter, dubbed by Heritage catalogers and widely acknowledged in numismatic circles as "the most beautiful American silver coin that exists today."

Most of these outstanding historic coins have been off the market for a half century or more.

The "Selections from The Eric P. Newman Collection Part II" auction will be conducted by Heritage, live and online, at the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion (2 E. 79th Street, at 5th Avenue) in New York City, Nov. 15 and 16, 2013. Lot viewing of the collection will take place from Monday, Nov. 11 to Thursday, Nov. 14, at Heritage's 445 Park Avenue offices, on the 15th floor.

Part I of the collection, sold this past April, brought more than $4 million in winning bids for 159 pattern coins from Newman's remarkable collection. Part II this fall will feature more than 1,800 early American and 19th century U.S. coins with an estimated combined value of $15 million or more.

The auction will include a broad selection of U.S. quarters, half-dollars and silver dollars, as well as high-grade two-cent and three-cent pieces, nickels, half dimes, dimes and twenty-cent pieces. Many of these historic treasures have been in Newman's possession since he obtained them directly from the estate of another legendary collector, 'Colonel' E.H.R. Green, more than 70 years ago.

Newman, 102, is a retired St. Louis lawyer and business executive who is well-known in numismatics as a collector, researcher and award-winning author. He began collecting at the age of seven, and today is the only surviving person to ever own all five of the fabled 1913 Liberty Head nickels.

A few other top highlights of the collection include, but are certainly not limited to:
1795 $1 Flowing Hair, Three Leaves MS65 NGC CAC 1795 $1 Flowing Hair, Three Leaves MS65 NGC CAC
1795 $1 Draped Bust, Off Center Bust MS66+ NGC CAC 1795 $1 Draped Bust, Off Center Bust MS66+ NGC CAC
1799 $1 7x6 Stars MS65 NGC CAC 1799 $1 7x6 Stars MS65 NGC CAC


Items being sold are from the extensive collection of Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society (a Missouri not-for-profit corporation) and have been assembled over a period of 90 years. Proceeds of the sale of all items will be used exclusively for supplementing the Society's museum operations and scholarly numismatic research efforts and for the benefit of other not-for-profit institutions selected by Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society for public purposes.

This auction is open for bidding now at HA.com/Coins.

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Spectacular Errors featured in The Geyer Family Collection
1943-S 1C -- Struck on a Bronze Planchet -- VF35 PCGS
1943-S 1C -- Struck on a Bronze Planchet -- VF35 PCGS
Our next US Coin Signature Auction is scheduled for November 1-3 in our New York office at 445 Park Ave, near 57th St. If you are unable to attend, you are invited to participate through HA.com and Heritage LIVE!®.

The Geyer Family Collection, featured in our New York auction, is one of the most distinctive collections to appear at Heritage in recent memory. At once narrowly tailored and remarkably eclectic, The Geyer Family Collection covers just five years, 1941 to 1945. The collection contains both high-end standard coinage and an array of errors, including multiple 1943 bronze cents (Philadelphia and San Francisco) and 1944 steel cents (Philadelphia and Denver). U.S. coins struck on planchets meant for Cuba, El Salvador, the Netherlands, Panama, Peru, and the Philippines point to how much work the Mint was doing for other nations during the World War II years.

In addition to the cents, the half dollar errors are more than deserving of mention. Numismatic researcher Saul Teichman has located 15 examples of Walking Liberty half dollars struck on quarters; three of them, all graded by NGC, are included in this collection's offerings: a coin dated 1942 and graded MS65, and 1941 and 1943 pieces both graded MS64. Another Walking Liberty half is one of only two known to have been struck on a steel cent planchet. Although the date does not appear on the planchet, this coin is the plate coin for the lofty position of #8 in the 100 Greatest U.S. Coin Errors, and it has been graded MS64 by PCGS. #26 in the same book is a Walking Liberty half struck on a dime planchet, with only two or three known; the plate coin, dated 1945 and graded MS64 by NGC, is being offered as a part of The Geyer Family Collection.

Most of the Geyer Family Collection will be offered in Session 2, at 6:00 PM ET in New York, View the lots in The Geyer Family Collection and the rest of the New York Signature US Coin auction at HA.com/Coins!

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Website Tips: Passwords
We have recently made a number of changes to our website to increase security. These changes largely involve passwords and when and how you enter them.

  1. All passwords are now encrypted. This means that nobody at Heritage has access to them.

  2. All passwords, including existing ones, are now case-sensitive. This may mean that a password you have using for a while may suddenly no longer work, especially if it's a password that you did not enter.

  3. If you forget your password and click on the "Forgot Password" link, we will now take you to a page where you can reset your password, rather than requesting your password to be sent to your email address.

    When you get to this page, enter your email address, and we will send you an email with a link to enter a new password of your choice.



    If you know your password, you can still change it through MyProfile, as always.

  4. All new passwords at HA.com, whether entered through MyProfile, the password reset page, or by signing up as a new member, must be at least eight characters long and include at least three of the following: Lower case letters (a-z), Upper case letters (A-Z), numbers (0-9), or special characters.

  5. HA.com no longer asks you for your username and password on the same page on which you place your bids. If you are bidding from an item page, by default you will be taken to a new page that will ask for your username and password, regardless of whether you're already logged in. To get around this, check "Remember my password for bidding" as you sign in.

    Search pages no longer display bid boxes unless you are signed in; instead they will ask you to sign in to bid. Once signed in, you will be able to place bids by simply clicking the "Submit Batch Bids" button.

    MyBids, MyTrackedLots, and MyWantlistMatches also no longer ask for your sign-in information to place bids. Because you must be signed in to reach these pages, you need only click the "Submit Batch Bids" button.

  6. If you try to track a lot while not signed in, whether on the search page or an individual item page, you will be taken to a sign-in page. Once you've signed in, your lot will be tracked.
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This Week's Top Ten
The ten highest valued Celtic coins to sell in Heritage auctions:

Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Tasciovanus (ca. 25-10 BC). AV stater. Hobbs 1629-36. Van Arsdell 1780-5. SCBC 219. ABC 2580. EF
Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Tasciovanus (ca. 25-10 BC). AV stater. Hobbs 1629-36. Van Arsdell 1780-5. SCBC 219. ABC 2580. EF
  1. Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Tasciovanus (ca. 25-10 BC). AV stater. Hobbs 1629-36. Van Arsdell 1780-5. SCBC 219. ABC 2580. EF. Realized $10,350
  2. Celtic Gaul. The Parisii. Late 2nd-1st century BC. AV stater. Sills 468-469. DT 81. aEF. Realized $9,987
  3. Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Addedomarus (ca. 45-25 BC). AV stater. Hobbs 2396-404. Van Arsdell 1620-1. SCBC 201. ABC 2517. EF. Realized $8,625
  4. Celtic Gaul. Northwest Region. The Redones. Ca. 2nd century BC. AV stater. DT 2082-2084. BN 6757. gVF. Realized $5,875
  5. Celtic Gaul. Normandy. The Caleti. AV hemistater. De la Tour S2069A. aEF. Realized $4,700
  6. Middle Danube, Uncertain tribe. Ca. 100-50 B.C. AR tetradrachm, Freeman & Sear FPL 11, 3 (same dies); CNG 72, 25 (same dies); Gorny & Mosch 141, 22 (same dies). ChEF. Realized $3,737
  7. Catuvellauni & Trinovantes. Tasciovanus (ca. 25 BC-AD 10). AV stater. Hobbs 1623-4. Van Arsdell 1734-1. SCBC 217. EF. Realized $2,300
  8. Celtic Britain. Atrebates & Regni. Tincommius (ca. 30-10 BC). AV stater. Hobbs 764 (same dies). Van Arsdell 363-1. SCBC 72. aEF. Realized $2,070
  9. Celtic Gaul. Suessiones(?). Mid 1st Century BC. AR unit. Delestrée & Tache series 34, 207. Scheers series 48, class I, fig. 321/324. aEF. Realized $1,880
  10. Celtic Britain, The Trinovantes, Tasciovanus, ca. 20-25 A.D., AV stater, Van Arsdell 1680-1, BMC 1591, EF. Realized $1,437
Our thanks to L.C. of Spain for his excellent suggestion!

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

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Announcements
Coin Buyer Wanted - Dallas Office

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.
  • 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
  • Automobilia 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
  • Color Imaging Specialist
  • Consignment Coordinator
  • Currency Consignment Director
  • eCommerce Content Specialist
  • e-Publishing Expert
  • Interns
  • Maintenance Assistant
  • Nature & Science Auction Coordinator
  • Shipping Associate
  • Web Marketing Specialist
  • U.S. Coin Cataloger Needed


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

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Around Heritage Auctions
Frank Stella's Eskimo Curlew (3X) could bring $200,000+

FRANK STELLA (American, b. 1936). Eskimo Curlew (3X), 1977
Eskimo Curlew (3X) by Frank Stella could bring $200,000+ to lead Heritage Auctions' Modern & Contemporary Art Signature® Auction. More than 200 works of painting, sculpture and prints from important private collections nationwide make up the sale, which will be held Nov. 2 in Dallas. 

"This auction is defined by expertise," said Frank Hettig, Director of Modern & Contemporary Art at Heritage. "The paintings and sculpture show artists at their very best. Likewise, much of the auction is from private collectors at their most passionate."

MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA (French, 1908-1992). Untitled, circa 1952-1953
Highlights include Maria Helena Vieira da Silva's untitled composition oil on canvas, acquired for a private collection, which could bring $120,000+. Robert Rauschenberg's Orbit (Signal), a solvent transfer and painted paper collage on panel, which has been in a private collection since 1988, could sell for $80,000+ and the visually arresting Midtown — Suntory Whiskey by Sarah Morris, may bring as much as $40,000+.

A drawing titled Tartar, drawn circa 1982 by street artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, could sell for $70,000+ and an untitled painting by Cuban artist Mario Carreno may sell for $60,000+. Another private collector discovery is Jean Dufy's Place de la Concorde, which is expected to bring $60,000+.

GEORGE CONDO (American, b. 1957). La Fille du Regiment Drawing 5, 2008
Already generating pre-auction interest, La Fille du Regiment Drawing 5, by George Condo, is expected to bring $50,000+ as is Hope, 2008, given to the consigner as a gift from the artist Robert Indiana. Portrait de Kisling (double-sided portrait) by Amedeo Modigliani, is estimated to bring $40,000+.

LYNN CHADWICK (British, 1914-2003). Walking Couple III, 1987
Among the sculpture offered in the auction comes Sky Shovel by Louise Nevelson. Expected to bring $50,000+, the work has been exhibited at The Pace Gallery in addition and has remained in private collections until now. An imposing bronze by Jaume Plensa, The Personal Miraculous Fountain, stands 98-3/8" high and is also expected to bring $50,000+. Walking Couple III by Lynn Chadwick, could change hands for $30,000+.

Of the more unusual lots in the auction is Rotoreliefs by Marcel Duchamp. The six offset lithographs in color, were printed in 1953 as a gift to the gestalt psychologist Dr. Hans Wallach. Accompanying the disks is a letter from Duchamp explaining how the rotating art objects created an optical illusion. The effect was at the heart of his artistic vision depicting art as a conceptual tool. The set, from the first edition of 1,000 — of which 600 were accidentally destroyed — is expected to bring $15,000+.

More information about Modern & Contemporary Art auctions.

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From Historical To Fashion, Important Images Highlight Photography Nov. 2

IRVING PENN (American, 1917-2009). Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, for Vogue, 1946
A hand-curated selection of historical images, from Roger Fenton's 1858 Orientalist Suite, to modern fashion, including Helmut Newton's Woman into Man, shot in 1979 for French Vogue, highlight Heritage Auctions' Nov. 2 Photography Signature® Auction in Dallas.

"This auction presents a strong range from early important work from 1858 to the impactful photos of major Modern photographers such as Minor White and Contemporary artists like Cindy Sherman." said Rachel Peart, Director for Photographs at Heritage Auctions. "Many of the works come from private collections from coast to coast."

Likely to emerge as the top lot of the action is Irving Penn's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which was shot for Vogue magazine in 1946 and signed and inscribed to Ray Bolger, the actor who played Scarecrow in the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz. It appears at auction from a private collection with a $25,000+ estimate.

HELMUT NEWTON. Woman into Man, Yves St. Laurent for French Vogue, Paris, 1979
Additional fashion highlights include Newton's Woman into Man, which is expected to bring $15,000+, and the artist's Vivianne F., Hotel Volney, New York, shot for American Vogue, could sell for $8,000+. Patrick Demarchelier's Shalom, Monaco, and Helena, New York, are both expected to bring $9,000+.

An important image by Cindy Sherman will again make an auction appearance at Heritage, another print from the same edition, following its record-setting sale earlier this year. Sherman's Untitled, (Lucille Ball), 1975. Fujicolor Crystal Archive, 2001, from a private collection, is estimated to bring $7,000+.

Jim Marshall's iconic Rock and Roll Portfolio spanning 1963-1988 with images of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Beatles, and Jim Morrison, is expected to hammer for $15,000+. An equally important portfolio by artist Minor White is also expected to realize $15,000+. White's Jupiter Portfolio includes Sun Over the Pacific, Nude Foot, and Birdlime and Surf and is expected to sell for $15,000+.

An important group of historical images is led by Before the Storm, a soulful image of Apache Indians taken by Edward S. Curtis in 1906 — one of three orotones in the auction — which could sell for $15,000+, in addition to an albumen from photographer Roger Fenton's Orientalist Suite, circa 1858-59, which could sell for $6,000+.

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Introducing our new Domain Names & Intellectual Property department

Most people know that the best domain word combinations have been registered for years. However, very few are aware of the massive domain name aftermarket. Each year there are thousands of domain transactions, and dozens of these names fetch six and seven figure amounts.

Given the strength of this quickly growing market, Heritage Auctions is proud to announce our Domain Name and Intellectual Property Division. We will hold our first premium domain name auction on November 21st in New York. This auction offers the opportunity for companies and private investors alike to secure the best Internet real estate available.

Heritage Auctions would like to make you aware of the following domains in our event:


  MutualFunds.com

Sociology.com

AIE.com
  Animation.com Suit.com BusinessPhones.com
  NL.com Tie.com Alexandria.com
  Bicycle.com LuxuryBags.com Dayton.com
  Numismatics.com Hemisphere.com and 50 others.
  QR.com EqualRights.com  
  DVDs.com CurrencyExchange.com  

 


Advantages of owning a premium domain name:

  • Perceived authority status in your industry
  • Ranking higher on search engines
  • Using existing traffic to generate income
  • Blocking potential competitors
  • Advertising a single URL to convey exactly what business your company operates
  • Helping customers to remember your company whenever they are ready to do business
We have domains in this auction for all price points. Please visit HA.com/IP to participate in this auction event. Bidding will run from November 1st through November 21st.

More information about Photographs auctions.

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Instant Quiz
Trivia

1. Which of the following US presidents was the first to be depicted on a US coin?
       A) Ulysses S. Grant
       B) Abraham Lincoln
       C) James Madison
       D) William McKinley
       E) James Monroe


2. What was the last year the US Mint made quarter eagles?
       A) 1915
       B) 1929
       C) 1932
       D) 1933
       E) 1984



Last week's question:

1. What is another name for a British 4 pence coin?
Correct Answer: B) Groat (44%).

2. What was the first year that the S mintmark appeared on US coins?
Correct Answer: B) 1854 (54%).
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Is it Time to Sell?
Your next consignment opportunity for US coins is our 2013 December 5 - 8 US Coins Signature Auction in Houston. Take advantage of Heritage's unparalleled marketing reach and expose your coins to the largest possible buyer base - over 800,000 bidder members on site in Houston and throughout the world at HA.com.

The October 28 consignment deadline will be here before you know it, so call our Consignment Hotline at 1-800-872-6467 x1000 today!

2013 December 5 - 8 US Coins Signature Auction - Houston
Consignment Deadline: October 28, 2013

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

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