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World And Ancient Coins offered at January 5-6 NYINC Auction
$10 million in rare coins change hands at Houston auction
A World of Money: First Issue Priscus Attalus Solidus, One Of Two Known
This Week's Top Ten
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December 14, 2013
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World And Ancient Coins offered at January 5-6 NYINC Auction
Pedro I gold 6400 Reis 1822-R, KM361, Russo-592, AU55 NGC
Pedro I gold 6400 Reis 1822-R, KM361, Russo-592, AU55 NGC
Six valuable and diverse World Coin collections will all be vying for primacy in our January 5-6 World & Ancient Coin Signature Auction, taking place at the Waldorf-Astoria in Manhattan, in conjunction with the New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC).

"This is as striking and varied an auction as I can remember," said Cristiano Bierrenbach, Vice President at Heritage Auctions. "It's a perfect storm of collections that, taken together, represent some of the very best international and ancient coins in existence."

The RLM Collection, Part III — of Brazilian Gold — is the third and final part of Dr. Roberto Monteiro's impressive Brazilian coin cabinet, presented in its own section under Brazilian coins. Part III of the collection spans the Empire to Republic period of Brazil, covering 100 years of Brazilian history. A classic rarity, the 1822 Coronation 6400 Reis of Pedro I, kicks off the collection and a 1922 10000 Reis, of which only six were minted, closes it.

The Hans Cook Collection of British Gold, beginning with Edward III (1327-1377) and ending at George VI (1937), represents every monarch of the 600-year span (as well as the Cromwell and Commonwealth issues). The collection illustrates the history of British coinage in gold.

"This is an incredible accomplishment," said Warren Tucker, Vice President of Heritage. "Many of the coins represent the finest known of their type, with several other rare varieties that will entice collectors of British numismatics worldwide."

Great Britain: Victoria gold Proof 5 pound 1839
Great Britain: Victoria gold Proof 5 pound 1839
The hammered coins are led by a spectacular mint state James I (1603-1625) Spur-Ryal, while the milled coins are highlighted with an example of the classic 1839 Victoria "Una and the Lion" Proof £5.

The Isaac Rudman Collection of Guatemala is one the finest grouping of Guatemalan rarities to ever be sold at auction. Rudman's set surpasses legendary collections such as Norweb and Eliasberg. While many pieces in the collection are only known to exist in quantities numbering less than 10, perhaps most notable is the 1824 8 Escudos issued under the Central American Republic.

"The Hammel/Rudman 8 Escudos of 1824 is a masterpiece of numismatic art and widely regarded as the most beautiful coin of Latin America," said Bierrenbach. "The combination of the design and condition makes this a legendary piece."

Canadian coin collectors are abuzz over the offering of The MacLeod Collection of Canadian Dollars, the finest collection of Specimen, Proof and Prooflike Dollars ever assembled. Many examples qualify as the finest known for their respective dates, such as the key 1947 George VI Specimen Dollar, Blunt 7 graded Specimen 68 by PCGS.

William III gold 5 Guineas 1701
William III gold 5 Guineas 1701
Rarities from more than 20 countries populate the impressive Collection of Donald E. Bently, being sold for the benefit of The Bently Foundation. This offering is a small piece of the Bently Collection, which is one of the largest collections ever consigned to Heritage. Collected by type, highlights include multiple ducats of Poland and Transylvania as well as a simply remarkable British 1701 "Fine Work" 5 Guineas, graded MS64, a certain candidate for the finest known of its kind.

The Formosa Collection is a painstakingly assembled grouping, which took more than three decades to put together and is hotly anticipated by type collectors. Business strikes, proofs and pattern coinage of all metals make this diverse trip through numismatics. With many highlights to its credit, a particular noteworthy item is a unique 1862 Indian silver type set in gold. The set, once in the collection of King Farouk of Egypt, must be considered one of the true treasures of Indian numismatics and is certainly one of the most compelling coins in the entire sale.

The ancients section features a number of high-quality and rare items that are certain to draw considerable collector attention.

Ancients: Honorius, Western Roman Emperor (AD 393-423). AR medallion of 6 siliquae (35mm, 13.42 gm, 6h) Ancients: Honorius, Western Roman Emperor (AD 393-423). AR medallion of 6 siliquae (35mm, 13.42 gm, 6h)
One of the highlights of the entire auction is a gold solidus of the short-lived Western Roman Emperor Priscus Attalus, covered in more detail later in this newsletter.

"Coins of Attalus are very rare," said David Michaels, Director of Ancient Coins at Heritage, "but this particular type is one of only two known, and the only one in private hands. The other specimen is in the French national collection."

The auction will also present an entirely intact hoard of Roman Egypt tetradrachms from the first and early second centuries AD, with parts of the original carrying vessel still attached. Other highlights include an impressive and imposing Honorius medallion of 6 siliquae, an elegant Olympia stater and several high-grade first century sestertii.

Just a few of the other highlights include:

China: People's Republic Tomb of Emperor Huang gold Proof 500 Yuan 1993, KM593, Fr-84, Proof 66 Deep Cameo PCGS China: People's Republic Tomb of Emperor Huang gold Proof 500 Yuan 1993, KM593, Fr-84, Proof 66 Deep Cameo PCGS
Mexico: Felipe V gold Royal Cob 8 Escudos 1711 MXo-J, KM-R57.1, Calico-88, Onza-384, MS64 PCGS Mexico: Felipe V gold Royal Cob 8 Escudos 1711 MXo-J, KM-R57.1, Calico-88, Onza-384, MS64 PCGS
Russia: Elizabeth Dassier Rouble 1757, St. Petersburg mint, Bitkin-282 (R1), Diakov-435, Petrov (25 Rub), MS64 NGC Russia: Elizabeth Dassier Rouble 1757, St. Petersburg mint, Bitkin-282 (R1), Diakov-435, Petrov (25 Rub), MS64 NGC
This auction is open for bidding now at HA.com/Coins.

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$10 million in rare coins change hands at Houston auction
1879 $4 Flowing Hair Stella, Judd-1635, PR65 Deep Cameo PCGS
1879 $4 Flowing Hair Stella, Judd-1635, PR65 Deep Cameo PCGS
A gem proof 1879 Flowing Hair four dollar gold piece, or Stella, led all results as the 2013 December 5 - 8 US Coins Signature Auction, held in Houston in connection with the Money Show of the Southwest, brought $10.1 million to its consignors. All prices include Buyers' Premiums.

Stellas are strictly patterns, yet are eagerly collected by US gold type collectors, in part due to their odd denomination, and in part due to their inclusion in A Guide Book of United States Coins, popularly known as the Red Book. While the 1879 Coiled Hair variety and both 1880-dated pieces are so rare as to be nearly uncollectible, the 1879 Flowing Hair is often available, albeit for a very steep price. This piece, graded Proof-65 Deep Cameo by PCGS, sold for $205,625.

Another rare gold coin, a 1796 quarter eagle with no stars on the obverse, took second honors in this auction, selling for $94,000. Graded VF30 by NGC, this coin represented a relatively affordable opportunity for a collector to acquire this low mintage (963 pieces) coin.

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

1796 $2 1/2 No Stars VF30 PCGS 1796 $2 1/2 No Stars VF30 PCGS
1798 $1 Small Eagle, 15 Stars MS60 NGC. B-2, BB-81 1798 $1 Small Eagle, 15 Stars MS60 NGC. B-2, BB-81
1895 $1 PR65 Cameo PCGS 1895 $1 PR65 Cameo PCGS
Look for the 2014 January 8 - 12 FUN US Coin Signature Auction to open for bidding very soon at HA.com/Coins.

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A World of Money: First Issue Priscus Attalus Solidus, One Of Two Known
Ancients: Priscus Attalus, Western Roman Emperor, first reign (AD 409-410). AV solidus (21mm, 4.47 gm, 6h)
Ancients: Priscus Attalus, Western Roman Emperor, first reign (AD 409-410). AV solidus (21mm, 4.47 gm, 6h)
Gold solidi of Priscus Attalus rank among the greatest rarities of the Roman series, with fewer than a dozen known of all varieties. The Good Extremely Fine specimen in our NYINC auction is a particularly rare example of Attalus' first coinage from the Rome mint; J. P. C. Kent in RIC X refers to a "single specimen" known in gold (page 138) in the Biblioteche Nationale Collection of Paris and RIC lists the type, no. 1401, as R5 — unique. This example, first publicly offered for sale in 2000, would seem to be the second known specimen.

Struck in Rome following Attalus' elevation, it is of unusually fine workmanship, with a remarkably realistic portrait depicting Attalus with a heavy double-chin and a docile, upward-looking gaze. The reverse type, depicting the Emperor spurning a prostrate captive, is a straight carry-over of Honorius' gold coinage; Attalus would later issue a different reverse type with a seated Roma, of which there are perhaps eight to ten known examples.

Priscus Attalus was born ca. AD 370 and entered the Roman Senate early in the fifth century AD. Though a pagan in Christian Rome, Attalus excelled in eloquence and quickly became a prominent senator. Early in AD 409, the Emperor Honorius appointed him Urban Prefect, but this came as the Visigoths, under king Alaric, were rampaging unchecked through Italy. By mid-year, Alaric was outside the walls of Rome, demanding enormous concessions in land and gold. Honorius, holed up in Ravenna far to the north, refused negotiations, leaving the denizens of Rome to face slow starvation or slaughter.

Outraged, the Senate elected Priscus Attalus as emperor with instructions to come to terms with Alaric. Attalus readily acquiesced to most of Alaric's demands and joined him in marching on Ravenna early in AD 410 to force further concessions from Honorius. Again, Honorius refused talks. With Attalus' popular support crumbling, Alaric abruptly deposed him in the July of AD 410 and subjected Rome to a thorough sacking the following month, an event that sent shock waves through the Ancient World. Attalus became a rootless camp follower of the Visigoths in their wanderings. In AD 414, he enjoyed a brief echo of glory when Alaric's successor Athaulf again proclaimed him emperor in opposition to Honorius. This time, his brief "reign" ended in capture by loyalist forces. He was marched in chains through the streets of Rome, ritually mutilated, then, surprisingly, allowed to retire to the island of Lipari, where he passed the rest of his days.

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This Week's Top Ten
The ten highest valued Roman Imperial period coins to sell in Heritage auctions:

Titus (AD 79-81). Orichalcum sestertius Rome, AD 80-81. S - C. RIC 184. Elkins 6 (A4/P6). CBN 189. Hendin 1594. Very Fine
Titus (AD 79-81). Orichalcum sestertius Rome, AD 80-81. S - C. RIC 184. Elkins 6 (A4/P6). CBN 189. Hendin 1594. Very Fine
  1. Titus (AD 79-81). Orichalcum sestertius Rome, AD 80-81. S - C. RIC 184. Elkins 6 (A4/P6). CBN 189. Hendin 1594. Very Fine. Realized $146,875
  2. Constantius II. 337-361 AD. Gold medallion, two solidi, Thessalonica, 350-5 AD. RIC 143 (R5). Gnecchi 20. Cohen 131. EF. Realized $126,500
  3. Hadrian, A.D. 117-138. AR Medallion. Rome, c. A.D. 135-137. Choice Extremely Fine. Realized $109,250
  4. Aelius. Caesar, A.D. 136-138. AV aureus. Rome, A.D. 137. RIC 439b; Calicó 1447. Choice Unc. NGC. Realized $103,500
  5. Magnia Urbica, Wife of Carinus. Aureus, Lugdunum, 284 AD. Bastien, Supplément II, 604?a, pl. XIII. Calicó 4411. RIC 336 (R3). Cohen 10. Mint State. Realized $69,000
  6. Gaius Caligula, with Germanicus. A.D. 37-41. AV aureus, Rome, A.D. 40. RIC 25; BMC 26; Calicó 324; Cohen 6. Good VF. Realized $63,250
  7. Claudius (AD 41-54). AV aureus. Rome, AD 46-7. RIC 31. Calico 340. Biaggi 200. Choice Extremely Fine. Realized $52,875
  8. Titus as Caesar (AD 69-79). AV aureus. Rome, AD 72-73. RIC (Vespasian) 367 (R). Calico 798. Choice Extremely Fine. Realized $52,875
  9. Vespasian (AD 69-79). AV aureus. Judaea Capta issue. Rome, late AD 69-early AD 70. RIC 1. Hendin 1464. Choice Very Fine. Realized $49,937
  10. WEST ROMAN EMPIRE. Avitus (AD 455-456). AV solidus. Arelate, July AD 455-October AD 456. RIC 2401. Lacam 2. Depeyrot 24/1. Nearly Extremely fine. Realized $47,000
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Gene Kelly, Farrah Fawcett Material Highlight Heritage Entertainment Auction Results

The Gene Kelly Suit from Singin' in the Rain
The grey wool suit that Gene Kelly wore in 1952 in the centerpiece number of the beloved MGM Hollywood musical "Singin' in the Rain" — arguably one of the most famous musical numbers in all film history — realized more than $106,250, more than five times the pre-auction estimate, as part of Heritage Auctions Entertainment & Music event on December 12 in Dallas.

"This is such a wonderful and historically important costume," said Margaret Barrett, Director of Entertainment & Music Auctions at Heritage. "Collectors and fans recognized that, and they came after it accordingly. It's a treasure of Hollywood history and of our American popular culture."

The suit was purchased by Planet Hollywood International, which plans to display the suit at one of its properties, though it has not yet decided which one.

"Planet Hollywood has the world's largest assemblage of memorabilia and we're thrilled and excited to add this iconic piece to our collection," said Robert Earl, chairman and founder of Planet Hollywood International. "Gene Kelly's suit from 'Singin' in the Rain' is one of the most important costumes from American cinematic history and we are very proud to have purchased it today."

Farrah Fawcett 'People's Choice' Award, 1977
Farrah Fawcett: Diamond, Platinum Ring
The Entertainment & Music auction was just one of the settings for a multiple-lot offering from The Personal Property of Farrah Fawcett, which drew bids and attention from all over the world. Farrah's 1977 'People's Choice' Award, presented to the actress (as "Farrah Fawcett-Majors") for "Favorite/Female Performer/New Television Show" for her work on "Charlie's Angels," was the top lot from the memorabilia selection in the Dec. 12 Entertainment & Music Memorabilia Auction, realizing $20,625, while her stunning 10.95 carat diamond platinum engagement ring sold for $245,000 three days prior, on Dec. 9, as part of Heritage's $10+ Million Jewelry, Handbags and Luxury Accessories Auctions in Dallas.

All of the material was consigned by Fawcett's nephew, Gregory Walls. The trove featured the star's personal property ranging from her twice-signed 1980 passport (realized: $17,500) to her 2009 Driver's License (realized: $5,531), a red bathing suit (realized: $4,063) used in a 1995 Esquire Magazine photo shoot and her signed American Express card (realized: $2,125) and much more.

"Although Farrah is known as a cultural icon, to me she was a down-home Texas girl who was amazingly generous, fiercely loyal, and unbelievably supportive of her family and friends," said Walls. "Even though she was always the biggest star in the room, she made you feel as though you were the most important person in the world."

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Farrah Fawcett Foundation.

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Anna Hyatt Huntington's Torch Bearers Realizes $315,000 In $2+ Million Heritage Auctions NYC American Art Event

Anna Hyatt Huntington: Torch Bearers
Torch Bearers, Anna Hyatt Huntington's most significant artwork offered at auction, will fund a science education program at The Discovery Museum and Planetarium in Bridgeport, Conn., after it realized $315,000 in Heritage Auctions' $2 million American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture Signature Auction Dec. 5. The 15-foot bronze monument, symbolizing the passing of knowledge from one generation to the next, now ranks as one of most valuable Huntington works ever sold. It was purchased by a private collector who is placing the work on public display in Lindale Park, a historic neighborhood in Houston, Texas.

"This outstanding monument graced the grounds of the Discovery Museum and Planetarium for decades and we couldn't be happier that it will remain on public display, this time in one of Houston's finest neighborhoods" said Aviva Lehmann, Director of American Art at Heritage's New York location.

Huntington conceived of Torch Bearers in 1955 as a unique gift from the artist and her husband, Archer Milton Huntington, to the University of Madrid, in Spain. However, in 1961 she pledged a bronze version to The Museum of Art, Science and Industry in Bridgeport, Conn. The museum shifted its focus from an art museum to a science museum in the mid-1990s.

The museum will use the monument's proceeds to teach schoolchildren how to develop and program a small satellite which will be attached to a NASA rocket. The satellite will analyze space dust and beam data to a 'mission control' at the museum.

Guy Carleton Wiggins: Just Off 5th Avenue at 53rd Street (a la Childe Hassam)
Highlights in the Dec. 5 auction span two sessions, the first of which was Heritage's inaugural The Art of New York Signature Auction, timed to pay homage to the seminal 1913 Armory show, which introduced New York to Modern Art. Masterful street scenes by famed New York artist Guy Carleton Wiggins took top lot honors as Just Off 5th Avenue at 53rd Street (à la Childe Hassam), 1939, ended at $75,000, and The Library, 5th Avenue, circa 1940, sold for $53,125. Wiggins' classic Wall Street storm image Financial Center realized $21,250 later in the sale.

Laurence A. Campbell's January Snow Storm appeared at auction from a private New York collection to realize $33,750 and Carlos Nadal's Port de New York, circa 1980, sold for a strong $27,500 against a $15,000 estimate.

Hugh Ferriss: New York at Night
Nine bidders drove two charcoal drawings on paper by architect Hugh Ferriss well beyond their estimates as New York at Night set a record for the artist at $21,250 and Columbus Circle at Night ended at $16,250.

The auction's second session included the Huntington monument along with Moonrise, Chioggia, Venice by Thomas Moran, which sold for $155,000. Moran's A Bit of Acoma, New Mexico, 1911, rocketed to $81,250, more than four times its estimate.

Aldro Thompson Hibbard: Logging in Vermont
Aldro Thompson Hibbard's Logging in Vermont, was pursued by 10 bidders who pushed the oil on canvas to $87,500. Still Life with Game and Hunting Paraphernalia, a canvas painted in 1904 by Richard La Barre Goodwin hit $62,500 and Sanford Robinson Gifford's Lake George from Buck Mountain brought $43,750. Venetian Coastline at Sunset, painted in 1872 by William Stanley Haseltine and which had remained in the same family after it was gifted by Juliet Pierpont Morgan, changed hands for $43,750.

Madame LaFarge et ses Animal Sauvage, 1975, by Orville Bulman more than doubled its estimate to end at $40,625 while Ship N.B. Palmer Off Golden Gate, 1968, by John Stobart soared to $37,500, three times its estimate.

Slave Master with Slaves (Study for The American Historical Epic), circa 1924-27, by Thomas Hart Benton was pursued by two bidders who pushed it to $35,000 and Milton Cark Avery's Setting Sun, 1959, which had remained in the same family for nearly 30 years, sold for $35,000.

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1. Which of the following is equal in value to half a dupondius?
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2. What was the location of the only US branch mint that was outside the United States?
       A) Dahlonega
       B) Havana
       C) Manila
       D) San Juan
       E) Santo Domingo



Last week's question:

1. What was the final year that Walking Liberty half dollars were minted?
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Is it Time to Sell?
Heritage is excited to announce our upcoming New York Signature Auction to be held at our Headquarters in the heart of the world's largest numismatic hub, New York City, from February 3rd-5th. Our proven auction successes in this city, with this November's Signature auction realizing over $11 million, combined with the highly acclaimed Eric P. Newman Collection which realized over $23 million, show the power of combining a stand out location with quality auctions. We anticipate strong bidder participation during this February's event due to the offering of some of the finest rarities, which are fresh to the market.

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