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This Week in Coin News November 2, 2013
In This Issue:
Annie Oakley's Stunning and Elegant Charm Bracelet
Seldom Seen Selections: The Finest Heraldic Eagle Silver Dollar
Coin and Numismatic Domain Name Opportunities
Website Tips: Batch Bidding With Batch Rebid Feature
This Week's Top Ten
Coin Buyer Wanted - Dallas Office
Reduced Auction Commissions When You Resell Your Winnings!
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Annie Oakley's Stunning and Elegant Charm Bracelet
Annie Oakley: Her Stunning and Elegant Charm Bracelet
She was not given to ostentation, but Annie Oakley liked beautiful things. As soon as she and Frank could afford it, they purchased fine china, crystal and cut glass, and sterling silver. Frank indulged Annie with such luxuries as an embroidered silk dressing gown. He also bought jewelry for her. She frequently was photographed with simple post earrings, sometimes with bead necklaces, and often with pins and brooches. The inherent distraction of dangly wrist jewelry for a shooter kept her from wearing bracelets, at least publicly. One rare photograph shows her with a simple wrist band and heart.

That makes the wonderful charm bracelet we will be offering in our November 24 Legends of the West Signature Auction all the more extraordinary. It is, of course, unique. It consists of hinged gold pipes (about 1/8" in diameter) with a spring-blade clasp and safety chain. The inside circumference is 7". From the wrist band and chain hang twelve gold charms. But they are not just charms. Each is a gold coin: one British gold sovereign (c. 7/8" dia.); four British gold half-sovereigns (c. 3/4" dia.); four U.S. five-dollar gold coins (c. 3/4" dia.); and three U.S. $2 1/2 gold coins (c. 1/2" dia.). The oldest coins are an 1873 $5 gold piece and an 1873 half-sovereign; the newest is the sovereign which was first issued in this style in 1887. As charms, they date from 1885 to 1892.

The earliest charm (the 1873 gold coin) was presented to Annie in 1885 by the U.S. Cartridge Company. The others are from friends and family (e.g. Ed and Emily), Wild West companions (e.g. "C. G.", possibly George Crager, Sioux interpreter), from competitive shooters ("Doc" Carver; New Jersey sportsmen Morford, Baldwin, Brockton, and Steele), from admirers (e.g., Henri Journu, Secretary General of France in 1892; and "Miss Mary Blaine"), from Frank, naturally, from Nate Salsbury, and from W. F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody with his initials engraved in imitation of his familiar script, "WFC."

This is not a piece of jewelry that Annie would wear every day, but we now know that she donned it for special occasions. Another photograph in this auction shows her with the treasured charm bracelet on her left wrist. The occasion? The 1919 Valentine's Day Ball at Pinehurst. She danced with the governor of North Carolina that evening and was awarded the prize for best costume.

How precious was the charm bracelet to her? By 1919, the first charms were nearly thirty-five years old; the newest had been given to her twenty-seven years before. During 1917 and 1918 Annie had melted down almost all of her silver and gold medals, cups, and trinkets to buy Liberty Bonds, setting a public example of support for the war effort. So apparently it was not the intrinsic value of the gold (about 1.35 troy ounces) that made her continue to treasure it. The bracelet meant too much to her to part with for several reasons. It provided a sentimental attachment to significant events; it was an emblem of loyalty to the memory of Buffalo Bill and the others; and, it was a beautiful piece of jewelry, tasteful, understated, elegant, and perfectly suited to her sense of herself.

With the bracelet is a selection of family photographs, including a cabinet photo of John Moses with his wife, Laura, and the two eldest children, Elza and Ben. Of particular interest to any students of Annie Oakley is a very rare cabinet photo of her mother, Susan, inscribed on the back to her "dearly beloved daughter, Annie."

The bracelet is in excellent condition: the clasp, the hinge, the safety chain work as if new. It could be worn by any woman now and look as elegant and modern today as it did in 1892. But then, Annie Oakley was a woman ahead of her time.

This auction will open for bidding soon at HA.com/Historical.

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Seldom Seen Selections: The Finest Heraldic Eagle Silver Dollar
1799 $1 7x6 Stars MS67 NGC
1799 $1 7x6 Stars MS67 NGC
One of the highlights of the Selections from the Eric P. Newman Collection Part II Signature Auction is the Green-Newman 1799 dollar. This coin is, quite simply, the finest known 1799 B-5, BB-157 die marriage, the finest known 1799-dated dollar (for those collecting by date and major type), and the finest known of any Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle silver dollar dated 1798 to 1803. It is tied with a 1795 Draped Bust, Small Eagle dollar for the finest known early dollar of any kind dated 1794 to 1803.

This amazing Superb Gem exhibits a bold, complete strike that is truly remarkable for its exceptional detail. Brilliant satin mint luster appears beneath delicate original champagne toning, complementing peripheral accents of blue, violet, and rose over virtually flawless surfaces. The opportunity to bid on and acquire the finest existing Heraldic Eagle silver dollar will likely not present itself again anytime soon, once this piece crosses the auction block.

This 1799 B-5a, BB-157 dollar from the Newman Collection is the only Heraldic Eagle silver dollar of any variety certified MS67. The only other MS67 early dollar of any type is an NGC-certified example of the 1795 Draped Bust, Small Eagle silver dollar. NGC has only certified four dozen early dollars in MS65 or finer grades, attesting to the rarity of high-quality examples of the series. The connoisseur who seeks an amazing early dollar with a wonderful provenance back to "Col." E.H.R. Green will want to bid accordingly.

Prior to the certification of this specimen from the Eric P. Newman Collection, the finest known 1799 B-5, BB-157 silver dollar was the so-called "Boston specimen" in MS66 PCGS that we handled in our FUN Signature Auction (Heritage, January 2012), lot 3292, which brought $260,015. That piece exhibits similar sharp details, toning, and luster, with just a few more surface marks than the present specimen. The old thumbprint that appears on the Boston example will differentiate it from the Newman coin. The next finest 1799 B-5 silver dollar is the MS64 NGC Eliasberg coin. Unlike the Boston dollar and the Eliasberg coin, both appearing in multiple auctions over the past two decades, the Newman specimen has been hidden away for more than three-quarters of a century since the 1936 death of "Ned" Green.

The Selections from the Eric P. Newman Collection Part II Signature Auction will take place at the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion in New York on November 15 - 16, as well as over the Internet at HA.com/Coins.

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.


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Coin and Numismatic Domain Name Opportunities
As you may know, Heritage Auctions is holding our inaugural auction of domain names and intellectual property. This is a new category for Heritage Auctions, and it's being directed by Aron Meystedt, who is very familiar with domain name valuations and development.

There are a few names in our first auction that may appeal to you in the coin and numismatic category. Many of these names are perfect for company branding, industry news or a personal blog.

Reserve prices will be posted on November 14th, so there will be no surprises. Most reserve prices will be twice the opening bid amount. Bidding is open until November 21st.

Click here to see all 68 listings.

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Website Tips: Batch Bidding With Batch Rebid Feature
If you have already decided which lots in one of our auctions you would like to bid on, but do not want to enter your name and password individually for every single lot, you can place your bids using our Batch Bidding feature.

Initially, you can batch bid from any of four places:
  • MyBids, for items on which you have already placed a bid.
  • MyTrackedLots, for items you have tracked but on which you have not yet placed a bid.
  • MyWantlistMatches, for all items that match your MyWantlist criteria.
  • Any Heritage search page.


From any of these pages, enter the amounts that you wish to bid next to the items on which you wish to place bids. You may bid on any or all of the items on the page, and each bid is considered an individual bid. At the bottom of the page, enter your user name and password.





At the bottom of the page, a box will appear, showing the amounts of your bids and the lots on which you are placing them. Just hit "Confirm Batch Bids" to complete the bidding process; or, if you have second thoughts, click "Cancel Batch Bids" to start over on the same page.



Batch Rebid Feature: Once you have placed the bids, the results will show up very much as in the following example:





Here you will see a complete list of the lots you have just placed batch bids on, just like what you would see if you went to MyBids. In addition, it will show you whether are the high bidder or not, and it will even allow you to place new batch bids on the same lots without having to change pages!

Once you are on this page, you can immediately return to "My Bids" by clicking on either the "Return to My Bids" link at the bottom of the page or the "Show Items I'm Bidding on" link at the top. You can also return directly to your tracked items or to your Wantlist matches by clicking on the appropriate link.

Important: Tracked items that you have bid on will no longer appear on the "Items I'm Tracking" page; rather, they will appear on the "My Bids" page.

Batch bidding is intended as a labor saving aid only. Depending on the number of bids you submit at any one time it may take a while to transfer those bids into our system, so you should not count on being able to snipe bids at the last minute. We make no guarantee that your bids will be executed on time. Other bids may be coming in during the time that your "Batch Bids" are being processed causing you to lose to a tie bid entered before yours. We recommend that you not use batch bidding within one hour of the close of the auction.

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This Week's Top Ten
1921 $1 Satin PR66 NGC
1921 $1 Satin PR66 NGC
The ten most frequently offered Peace dollars in Heritage auctions:

  1. 1921
  2. 1923
  3. 1928
  4. 1922
  5. 1934-S
  6. 1934-D
  7. 1925
  8. 1928-S
  9. 1926
  10. 1934
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
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 is open now and will continue through November 21st.

More information about Domain Names & Intellectual Property auctions.

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Pair of Paul Storr entrée dishes expected to bring $20,000+ to highlight Silver & Vertu

A PAIR OF PAUL STORR GEORGE III SILVER ENTRE DISHES ON SILVER-PLATED STANDS . Paul Storr, London, England, circa 1809-1810
A rare pair of Paul Storr George III silver entrée dishes on silver-plated stands is expected to bring $20,000, to spotlight nearly 500 lots in Heritage Auctions' Fine Silver & Vertu Signature® Auction taking place at the company's Dallas Design District location, 1518 Slocum St. Also by Paul Storr is a cruet stand and a set of 12 George III plates, circa 1799-1800, which is expected to bring $20,000+.

"From the 18th century to Modern and even Contemporary, encompassing work from Continental Europe, the Far East, Mexico and a strong selection of American silver, this truly is a silver auction with incredible breadth and is sure to delight a wide range of collectors," said Karen Rigdon, Consignment Director of Fine Silver and Decorative Arts at Heritage. "The quality and diversity of silver available in this auction is truly exquisite."

A GORHAM MARTEL SILVER AND SILVER GILT VASE . Gorham Manufacturing Co., Providence, Rhode Island, 1898
Topping a fine selection of Gorham silver is a highly desirable Martelé vase, which required a total of 108 hours of work to produce and chase according to Gorham's own records, expected to bring $9,000 and a 123-piece Christofle French flatware service in the elegant Royal Cisele pattern, is expected to sell for $8,000+. A highly unusual nautical-themed German silver repoussé water pitcher, chased in gorgeous undulating waves centered with a striking open-mouthed mask personifying the wind, is expected to sell for $3,000.

A very rare cup marked by the Texas silversmith/retailer Samuel Bell & Brothers of San Antonio is sure to bring interest. Its pure simplicity and weight are a pleasure to behold in hand and is sure to draw interest with an estimate of $3,000.

A striking selection of centerpieces in the auction is led by a circa 1960 Buccellati Italian swan, offered among several lots of fine Buccellati silver, which is estimated to bring $5,000+, a Walker & Hall Edward VII reticulated epergne, circa 1907-1908, featuring three suspended baskets, could fetch $4,000+, a Gorham figural centerpiece retailed by Tiffany & Co. with a standing figure supporting the bowl with birds perched to either side anticipated to hammer at $3,000+, and a modernist centerpiece by José Marmolejo, circa 1965, has been estimated to bring $3,000+.

A SHIEBLER SILVER AND ENAMEL CABINET VASE . George W. Shiebler & Co., New York, New York, circa 1900
Of significant interest is a large collection of George W. Shiebler & Co. silver incorporating enamel work and 14 karat gold: a cabinet vase with painted enamel chrysanthemum, expected to sell at $3,000+, and a letter opener with a beautiful geometric shaded enamel handle expected to bring $2,000+. Among the examples incorporating 14 karat gold medallions and embellishments is a 10-1/8 inch vase with gold poppy blooms topping sinuous leafed stems expected to bring $4,000+.

The depth and breadth of an extensive group of tableware includes an imposing Italian oval buffet meat server for Tiffany & Co., which is expected to bring $5,000+, and a pair of ewers and a tea service of the same pattern retailed by Tucker & Co of San Francisco but made by silversmiths on opposite coasts: a five-piece Gorham coin silver and silver gilt coffee service, could bring $4,000+ and its mate, a pair of W.K. Vanderslice & Co. coin ewers, circa 1860, which are expected to bring $2,000+.

Following continued interest from bidders we are presenting a series of Tiffany & Co. Silver and Enamel Circus figures by Gene Moore, including the prized standing elephant with a dragon emblazoned on its cloak expected to bring $3,000 and a collection of 40+ American silver match safes to be presented starting with the rare Shreve & Co. 14 karat and gold quartz match safe to bring $6,000+.

More information about Silver & Vertu auctions.

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Major Impressionist, Post-Impressionist works from Texas collections lead European Art Event

ANDERS LEONARD ZORN (Swedish, 1860-1920). Entering the Cellar, 1916
Entering the Cellar by Anders Zorn, a major work and a singular example of his unique perspective and direct stroke impressionist technique, could sell for $400,000+ in Heritage Auctions' European Art Signature® Auction Nov. 8 in Dallas.

Spending at least the last 40 years in private collections, Entering the Cellar resonates with Zorn's most popular themes of portraiture, rural life and an unconventional frame of reference. Entering the Cellar and Little Girl in Traditional Dress, a second work by Zorn and expected to bring $50,000+, both appear at auction to benefit Southern Methodist University and Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas.

In fact, many of the top works in the sale come to auction predominately from private collections found in Texas, said Brian Roughton, Director of American and European Art at Heritage.

"This auction reflects the sophistication of Texas collectors who sought excellent examples of European Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces for generations," Roughton said. "Many of these excellent outstanding examples of paintings, sculpture and prints are fresh to market and underscore the quality of work behind each artist."

August Rodin. Le Baiser, 3eme reduction, designed in 1886, the reduced version conceived in 1901,
Highlights include a reduction of August Rodin's The Kiss, standing 15-2/4" high, which was discovered in a private collection in Amarillo, Texas, and is expected to sell for $250,000+. Ranking alongside The Thinker as one of Rodin's most recognizable works, Le Baiser, third reduction, was designed in 1886 with the cast executed between 1905 and 1910, according to Jérôme Le Blay, who has added the work to an upcoming catalogue critique de l'oeuvre based on the artist's life work.

Two featured works by Henri Martin, found in an important private collection in San Antonio — Petit bassin près de la tonnelle sud de Marquayrol (Jardin de l'Artiste)or Small Pond near the south arbor Marquayrol (Garden of the Artist), and Charmille — are each estimated to sell for $150,000+. The Nov. 8 auction marks the first time the two works have been available for purchase since the 1960s.

Already generating extensive pre-auction buzz are two paintings by French Impressionist Pierre-Eugene Montézin from the esteemed collection of former Dallas mayor Starke Taylor and his wife, Carolyn. Les Paons, a lush work depicting a male and a female peacock on the banks of pond, could sell for $30,000+, and a Le Casino, a lively landscape of Cannes, could bring $25,000+.

Several works from non-Texas collections include Polishing Silver by Thomas Frederick Mason Sheard, which may realize $25,000+, and two works by Maurice Utrillo, including Rue Lepic à Montmartre, an example of the artist's coveted Post-Impressionist technique, which is estimated to hammer for $60,000+, and Rue Saint-Vincent, which could sell for $50,000+.

More information about European auctions.

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Instant Quiz
Trivia

1. Which of the following coins was not struck in two completely different types?
       A) 1909 cent
       B) 1938-D nickel
       C) 1916-D dime
       D) 1916 quarter
       E) 1921 dollar


2. Which denomination has varieties cataloged by Sheldon numbers?
       A) Half cents
       B) Large cents
       C) Bust half dollars
       D) Seated half dollars
       E) Morgan dollars



Last week's question:

1. Which of the following US presidents was the first to be depicted on a US coin?
Correct Answer: D) William McKinley (42%).

2. What was the last year the US Mint made quarter eagles?
Correct Answer: B) 1929 (33%).
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