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Heritage Central States Numismatic Auction Total: $53.6 Million!
Heritage Auctions Renews Dollars For Dimes Campaign To Benefit The March Of Dimes
Seldom Seen Selections: The finest silver Continental Currency dollar
This Week's Top Ten
U.S. Coin Cataloger Wanted
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May 3, 2014
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Heritage Central States Numismatic Auction Total: $53.6 Million!
1855 $20 Wass Molitor Twenty Dollar, Large Head AU53 NGC. Variety unlisted in Kagin, believed unique
1855 $20 Wass Molitor Twenty Dollar, Large Head AU53 NGC. Variety unlisted in Kagin, believed unique
The Riverboat Collection, the finest collection of Territorial gold ever offered by Heritage Auctions, more than lived up to expectation in the company's Central States Numismatic Society (CSNS) US Coin Signature Auction, April 23–27 in Chicago, with the 63 coins in the collection bringing more than $10.4 million to lead the $30+ million Platinum Night offerings on Thursday, April 24, 2014.

The U.S. Coin auction at CSNS realized more than $46.7 million overall, the all-time highest-grossing non-FUN U.S. Coin auction. Adding the results from Heritage's U.S. Currency offerings, at $4.1+ million, and the company's World Currency offerings, at $2.7+ million, and Heritage posted an astounding $53.6+ million week of coin and currency auctions at Central States.

The Riverboat Collection, which headlined the Platinum Night offerings, saw advanced collectors of Territorial gold coinage passionately chasing the once-in-a-lifetime offers, including the chance to acquire a newly discovered variety, the unique 1855 Wass, Molitor & Co. twenty dollar gold piece, AU53 NGC, Large Head Obverse, variety unlisted in Kagin, which led the collection with a final price realized of $558,125.

"There were 62 Territorial gold pieces from the Riverboat Collection that crossed the auction block," said Jim Halperin, Co-Founder of Heritage, "and just over half of those, 32 pieces, set new all-time auction records according to records published at the PCGS Coin Facts website. The cumulative total of those 32 coins was nearly double their previous records."

1855 Kellogg & Co. Fifty Dollar PR64 Cameo PCGS
1855 Kellogg & Co. Fifty Dollar PR64 Cameo PCGS
Also from The Riverboat Collection, an 1855 Kellogg & Co. fifty dollar, PR64 Cameo PCGS, a direct link to the American frontier and "the most beautiful of all Pioneer gold," brought $763,750, while an 1849 Mormon ten dollar, AU58 NGC, the earliest and rarest Mormon gold coinage known, with fewer than a dozen pieces extant, snared national headlines and international media interest when it realized $705,000. The 1849 Pacific Company Five Dollar AU58 PCGS, offered a high-end collector the opportunity to own an example of one of the rarest and most mysterious issues in the Territorial gold series, for a price realized of $763,750, matching the top price in the auction.

The top non-Riverboat Collection coins were rare early double eagles from The Charles G. Wright Family Collection. A stunning 1854-O $20 AU55 PCGS Secure, the Condition Census Example, and an 1865 $20 PR66 Ultra Cameo NGC, the finest of seven known coins, both realized $440,625.

The CICF auction presented the #1 NGC Morgan Dollar Registry Set, the magnificent ML Moser Collection, in its own session on April 24, just before Platinum Night. This collection featured a true treasure in the 1893-S Morgan dollar, MS65 NGC, which realized $329,000, as well as a select uncirculated example of an 1892-S Morgan, MS63 NGC, a true rarity at auction, which finished the auction at $70,500.

A few of the many other highlights of this auction included:

1849 Mormon Ten Dollar AU58 NGC. K-3, R.7 1849 Mormon Ten Dollar AU58 NGC. K-3, R.7
1849 Pacific Company Five Dollar AU58 PCGS 1849 Pacific Company Five Dollar AU58 PCGS
1851 Baldwin Twenty Dollar XF45 PCGS. K-5 1851 Baldwin Twenty Dollar XF45 PCGS. K-5
Bidding is already open on the Selections from the Eric P. Newman Collection IV Signature Auction, scheduled for May 16 - 17 in New York and over the Internet at HA.com/Coins.

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Heritage Auctions Renews Dollars For Dimes Campaign To Benefit The March Of Dimes
Heritage Auctions has renewed its pledge to donate $1 for every dime coin it sells in 2014 to benefit the mission and vision of March of Dimes, one of America's most beloved charities. Heritage's Dollars for Dimes campaign raised more than $11,000 last year for the March of Dimes Dallas Division and its fight against premature birth, birth defects, and infant mortality.

"Few charities are nobler than the March of Dimes commitment to stronger, healthier babies," said Erica Denton, Director of Institutional Development and Charity Auctions at Heritage Auctions. "Our Dollars for Dimes campaign ensures every new treasure that finds a home will support this effort and Heritage is committed to growing this program in the future."

In 2013, Heritage clients purchased 11,584 dimes through Heritage's Signature and Internet coin auctions and the donation will be used to fund important research, programs, and communication efforts for the non-profit organization. Dollars for Dimes is one of several charitable efforts underway at Heritage, the most recent of which raised more than $137,000 for the John Wayne Cancer Foundation held at an event in conjunction with the John Wayne Film Festival. Last year, Heritage raised more than $500,000 for charities nationwide.

The March of Dimes Foundation is a United States nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies. It was founded by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938 to combat polio. The foundation's annual fundraising event requested that every child donate a dime. Originally known as the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, the name "March of Dimes" was coined by comedian Eddie Cantor, playing on the name of a popular newsreel series of the 1930s, "The March of Time."

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Seldom Seen Selections: The finest silver Continental Currency dollar
1776 Continental Dollar, CURRENCY, Silver, EG FECIT MS63 NGC
1776 Continental Dollar, CURRENCY, Silver, EG FECIT MS63 NGC
Heritage Auctions is privileged to offer, as a part of the May 16 - 17 Selections from the Eric P. Newman Collection IV Signature Auction in New York, a spectacular MS63 Continental Currency dollar in silver. This is this coin’s first auction offering since its appearance in lot 2132 of the George Earle Collection (Henry Chapman, 6/1912), more than 100 years ago. Only two examples of the Newman 3-D variety in silver are known, and this is the finer by a wide margin. There are also two Newman 1-C dollars in silver, bringing the total of silver Continental Currency dollars extant to four: This coin is the finest silver Continental Currency dollar and the most desirable of the Continental Currency coinage.

Eric P. Newman published The 1776 Continental Currency Coinage in 1952, and the work remains the standard reference for the series today. The Continental Currency dollars were struck primarily in pewter, but a few examples are known in brass and silver. Newman identified five obverse and four reverse dies, which were combined to produce seven different die varieties for the series, ranging from Newman 1-A to 5-D. On obverse 1, the word currency is spelled CURENCY; on obverse 2, it is properly spelled CURRENCY; on obverse 3, the spelling is as on obverse 2, with the addition of EG FECIT (appearing only on this obverse); on obverse 4, the spelling is altered to CURRENCEY; and on obverse 5, the spelling is corrected to CURRENCY by punching a Y over the excess E, and adding a floriated cross to cover the extra Y. The reverses are as follows: reverse A shows the linked chain made up of dotted lines; on reverse B, the dots are partially cut into lines; the rings have been completely reworked as lines on reverse C; and reverse D has the same linked chain, but the names of the states appearing within have been reordered geographically, with N.HAMPS now to the left of MASSACHS.

Eric P. Newman, Don Taxay, Walter Breen, Philip Mossman, and Michael Hodder spent many years researching the Continental Currency coinage, mesmerized by its mysterious origins. No authorization for the production of the Continental Currency coinage has come to light, but it is probable that the coins were intended to take the place of the dollar-denominated paper currency issued by the Continental Congress in the latter part of 1776. The four resolutions from May 10, 1775 to May 9, 1776 provided for the issue of paper money in various denominations, including the one dollar bill. The six resolutions of July 22, 1776 through September 26, 1778 omitted the one dollar denomination. Thus, it is logical to conclude the pewter pieces were intended as a substitute for the paper dollars in those issues. The coins had minimal intrinsic value, and like the paper bills they replaced, were valued according to the public's confidence in Congress, who guaranteed their value at one dollar each.

The mintage figures are unknown, but the pewter coins appear with enough frequency to suggest they were produced in substantial numbers. Many of the coins were undoubtedly melted during this period, because Benjamin Franklin observed that pewter was sorely needed for the canteens used by soldiers in the Continental Army. The most reasonable explanation for the brass examples is that they represent dies trials. The silver coins are of full weight and value, suggesting that a precious-metal coinage was contemplated, but the Continental Congress was chronically short of funds and had no reliable supply of silver, so this idea must have been abandoned quickly.

The different varieties in pewter have been avidly collected since the earliest days of the hobby in this country; the brass and silver coins have always been extremely rare. Sylvester Sage Crosby was aware of pewter examples of the Newman 3-D variety, but the silver coins were discovered only after he wrote The Early Coins of America in 1875. Today, we know of two examples, including the present coin. Crosby recorded a silver example of the Newman 1-C (Parmelee Collection) and a Newman 1-B in brass (Brevoort Collection). Current census data shows the following examples: Newman 1-C, two in silver; Newman 1-A, two in brass; and Newman 1-B in brass, six to eight.

The present coin is the discovery example of the Newman 3-D in silver, which first came to the attention of U.S. collectors through a query in the January 1887 edition of the American Journal of Numismatics.

The 1776 Continental Currency dollars are among the most important and historically interesting issues in all of American numismatics. They have a distinctively American character, as our first dollar coin, although not denominated as such. They were struck at a crucial time in our nation's history. The young country badly needed a medium of exchange to continue to finance the American Revolution, and to promote confidence in the paper currency as well. The silver pieces are among the rarest and most valuable coins in the American Colonial series.

This coin is the finest-known silver example, with no serious challenger. The design elements are well-centered and sharply rendered, with some doubling evident on the date and some letters in the obverse legend. EG FECIT is bold, although the EG is not as well-formed as the other letters. Both sides are blanketed in pleasing shades of silver-gray toning, with attractive highlights of lavender and champagne-gold. Original mint luster is evident beneath the toning. There are no signs of planchet adjustment marks and only minor contact marks are evident. A small depression in the obverse field, to the left of the sundial, is most likely an imperfection in the planchet. A few minor die breaks are evident on the reverse, the most prominent traveling through the N.HAMPS and MASSACHS rings. Eye appeal is outstanding.

The combination of this coin's importance in American history, its stunning appearance, and the highest available technical grade makes this offering a once-in-a lifetime opportunity.

Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society 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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This Week's Top Ten
The ten most valuable Territorial gold coins to sell in Heritage auctions:

1852 Humbert Ten Dollar MS68 NGC. CAC. K-10
1852 Humbert Ten Dollar MS68 NGC. CAC. K-10
  1. 1852 Humbert Ten Dollar MS68 NGC. CAC. K-10. Realized $1,057,500.
  2. 1852 Moffat & Co. Wide Date Ten Dollar SP63 PCGS. CAC. K-9. Realized $940,000.
  3. 1849 Pacific Company Five Dollar AU58 PCGS. K-1. Realized $763,750.
  4. 1855 Kellogg & Co. Fifty Dollar PR64 Cameo PCGS. K-4. Realized $763,750.
  5. 1855 Kellogg & Co. Fifty Dollar PR64 PCGS. K-4. Realized $747,500.
  6. 1849 Mormon Ten Dollar AU58 NGC. K-3. Realized $705,000.
  7. 1860 Clark, Gruber & Co. Twenty Dollar MS64 NGC. Kagin-4. Realized $690,000.
  8. 1851 Baldwin Twenty Dollar XF45 PCGS. K-5. Realized $646,250.
  9. 1855 Wass Molitor Twenty Dollar, Large Head AU53 NGC. Variety unlisted in Kagin. Realized $558,125.
  10. 1849 Mormon Twenty Dollar MS62 NGC. K-4. Realized $558,125.

Six of these coins were from the Riverboat collection, sold last week at CSNS!

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

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If you are interested, please contact BrittM@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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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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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:

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Around Heritage Auctions
Native Gold, Stunning Dioptase and Mesmerizing Manganite

Native Gold. Diltz Mine, Whitlock District, Mariposa Co., California, USA
"The Lightning Bolt," a simply spectacular specimen of Native Gold from Mt. Monger Station in Western Australia — measuring more than nine inches top to bottom and more than an inch across — that takes its name from its stunning natural formation, is expected to bring more than $150,000 in Heritage Auctions' May 4 Nature & Science Signature Auction in Dallas. This Fine Mineral auction is the third in a series featuring the Hoppel Collection — the finest mineral collection ever brought to auction.

In perfect complement to "The Lightning Bolt" is a beautiful and equally splendid piece of American Native Gold from the Diltz Mine, Whitlock District in Mariposa County, California (Estimate: $150,000+), that originates from the collection of Harvard University. The magnificent "leaf" gold piece, delicately perched on a white matrix, is more than four inches high and more than two-and-a-half inches wide.

"You can't ask for better specimens than these two," said Jim Walker, Director of Nature & Science Auctions at Heritage. "The material, value and the amazing intrinsic natural beauty in their organic design all combine to create simply sublime art. That's all there is to it."

Dioptase
As a side note: This probably came to Harvard during the mine's active period. This is the same Diltz Mine that yielded 21,135 ounces of Gold between 1924 and 1954. Estimated total spot value at the time was between $750,000 and $1,000,000. For comparison, the same amount at today's prices would be worth around $29 million at spot.

Competing for the top lot honors in the auction are two absolutely stunning mineral specimens that are already creating buzz within the collecting community: a dramatic, huge Dioptase from the Tsumeb Mine in the Otjikoto Region of Namibia (Estimate: $150,000+) measuring more than eight inches tall and six inches wide and an impressive and large Manganite from Ilfeld, Nordhausen, Harz, Thuringia, Germany (Estimate: $150,000+).

Manganite
"There is no one on this planet who doesn't instantly love Dioptase," said Walker. "Something magical takes place when you see this stunning Copper mineral — especially for the first time. As for this superb Manganite, this one is arguably in the top five of all specimens from the various Manganite groups known. In general Manganite as a desirable mineral was rescued from obscurity by the brilliant, midnight-black crystal groups found in this part of the Harz Mountains where this dark treasure originated."

A brilliant iridescent lime-green gem Peridot, from Mogok, Myanmar (Burma), checking in at 40.4 carats (estimate: $40,000+) is a truly superlative example of the type, while a rare gem Rhodochrosite from the Sweet Home Mine, Mount Bross, Alma District, Park Co., Colorado (Estimate: $18,000+), at 21.93 carats, is a rare faceted gem from a mineral that is usually offered in its naturally occurring state.

View the printed catalog on line! To see the e-catalog, please go to Hoppel 3 Auction Catalog

More information about Nature & Science auctions.

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Gil Elvgren's Thinking Of You, One Of The Artist's Greatest Pin-Ups, Takes Center-Stage

Gil Elvgren: Thinking of You (Retirement Plan), Brown & Bigelow calendar illustration
One of Gil Elvgren's greatest pin-up paintings, Thinking of You (Retirement Plan), Brown & Bigelow calendar illustration, 1962, which graced the cover of Gil Elvgren, The Complete Pin-Ups by Charles Martignette — and comes from his vaunted collection — is expected to bring well in excess of $100,000 when it crosses the block as part of Heritage's May 7 Illustration Art Signature Auction.

"This is one of the masterwork's from The Martignette Estate that we've been holding onto," said Todd Hignite, Vice President of Heritage Auctions. "It's iconic, it's gorgeous, it's Elvgren in absolutely peak form. This painting has everything that a collector could want and we expect a final price realized in concordance with its desirability."

Rolf Armstrong: Patriotic Jewel Flowers, Brown & Bigelow calendar illustration
The painting anchors a grouping of 10 original Elvgren works that is itself the centerpiece of a very deep lineup of pin-up art from a wide selection of masters of the form, including Rolf Armstrong's pastel Patriotic Jewel Flowers, Brown & Bigelow calendar illustration, circa 1940s, a masterpiece of light, shade and reflection from one of the best to ever pick up a brush.

Also of special note are four paintings by definitive 1980s Playboy artist Patrick Nagel, prices for whom have been well on the rise in recent years. The quartet includes Untitled (Her Look), 1983, an alluring canvas featuring all the hallmarks that draw collectors to Nagel.

"Not only are these all excellent examples," said Hignite, "they all come from a single owner and have never been offered before on the open market."

Hugh Joseph Ward: Doll of Death, Spicy Mystery pulp cover
The auction showcases the strongest selection of paperback book cover art and men's adventure magazine art that Heritage has offered in quite some time, along with an array of pulp magazine cover art, led by one of the absolute best H.J. Ward Spicy covers ever offered, or seen: Hugh Joseph Ward's Doll of Death, Spicy Mystery pulp cover, August 1938.

The huge selection of men's adventure magazine cover art is led by prime examples like Will Hulsey's Lizards From Hell, True Men Stories pulp magazine cover, February 1957, a terrific example of 1950s action illustration, and Norm Eastman's I Fought Hitler's Special Maiden-Torturing Kommandos, World of Men magazine cover, April 1966, a classic 1960s painting featuring all the elements embodied by the best art of its kind.

There is one important change in the Illustration Art auction to make note of: in recent auctions, Heritage has been splitting its catalogs between "Pulp & Pin-Up Art" and "Golden Age & Classic Art." For the current auction, Heritage has separated a substantial group of the best "Golden Age" paintings by the likes of Norman Rockwell, J.C. Leyendecker, Dean Cornwell, Jessie Willcox Smith, Harvey Dunn and their peers into a section in its upcoming American Art auction, taking place on May 10 in Dallas.

"The selection in the auction is truly one of the finest groups of classic illustration Heritage has ever assembled," said Hignite.

We look forward to seeing many of you in Beverly Hills for the lots to follow on May 7, and in Dallas for the Golden Age portion on May 10—and as always detailed scans of all lots can be viewed online at HA.com/5165 and HA.com/5174, respectively.

More information about Illustration Art auctions.

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Instant Quiz
Trivia

1. What was the final year Canada struck silver 5 cent pieces for circulation?
       A) 1858
       B) 1870
       C) 1920
       D) 1921
       E) 1945


2. Where are the designer's initials located on the Kennedy half dollar?
       A) Obverse, between the neck and the date
       B) Obverse, on the truncation of the neck
       C) Reverse, below the right (facing) leg
       D) Reverse, below the tail feathers
       E) Both (b) and (c)



Last week's question:

1. Which of the following coins has a face value of exactly one US dollar?
Correct Answer: E) Panamanian Balboa (50%).

2. Which date Shield nickel is known in With Rays and No Rays variants?
Correct Answer: B) 1867 (48%).


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