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    '1855 Kellogg Fifty Dollar' 2001 Relic Medal
    Made from S.S.C.A. Gold Ingots, Gem Proof

    1855 $50 SSCA Relic Gold Medal "1855 Kellogg & Co. Fifty" Gem Proof PCGS. Struck on September 6, 2001, with a proof mintage for that date of 203 pieces. This 2.5-ounce round relic medal contains 1309 grains of 887 Fine gold, obtained from melted-down Kellogg & Humbert ingots recovered circa-1988 from the S.S. Central America shipwreck. A flawless example with glassy butter-gold fields. Housed in a copper-and-glass frame, but without other marketing material. (NGC ID# 32DS, PCGS# 10358)

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    Due completely to Heritage's thoroughly diligent and professional management and promotion of the collection, the faraday Collection stirred national attention among numismatists and the auction results brought a gross value greater than that last estimated by the experienced collector.
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