Press Release - March 6, 2003

Heritage Long Beach Bullet Auction Results

Dallas, Texas: Heritage's Long Beach Bullet Auction (sale #315), which closed Monday night, March 3, turned in total sell-through of $446,647.70. With 1,009 bidders competing for 1,968 lots, 469 were successful. 90.34% of lots found new owners.

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Here are just a few of the highlights sold in the March 3 Bullet Auction:

1866-S $5 Motto AU53 NGC Realized $4,255.00
1843-O 25C AU53 ANACS Realized $3,105.00
1939 10C PR68 PCGS Realized $2,587.50
1875-S T$1 MS64 PCGS Realized $2,472.50
1916-S $20 MS65 PCGS Realized $2,242.50
1893-S S$1 VF20 ANACS Realized $2,012.50
1896-O S$1 MS62 PCGS Realized $1,725.00

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