Fine Australian Coinage and a selection of World Coins will be up for auction on December 29th through iCollector.com. 300 Lots of high grade Australian numismatics as well as select pieces from around the world, will be selling by auction to the highest bidder. Bidders can join using a safe and secure registration with Facebook, Google Plus, or email address.
Pacific Rim Coins is a leading dealer in Syndey, Australia, owned and operated by Chris Buesnell. They deal primarily in quality Australian, Great Britain, and British Commonwealth coinage; with a fine mix of World Coins added to every auction. Mr. Buesnell owns and operates Pacific Rim Online Auctions, which brings top quality pieces to the live auction market. They run several auction events per year and are well respected in the industry for world level service, top quality coins, and outstanding services for both consigners and buyers.
An interesting standout in their selection of world coins are some Canadian gold pieces. The first two lots of the sale are Canadian 1914 Ten Dollar gold pieces graded as PCGS MS 64. They include the mint issue box and a certificate. Bidders can take advantage of this buying opportunity with an opening auction bid of only 1000 AUD. They are estimated to sell somewhere between 1250 AUD and 1500 AUD, which will deliver an excellent investment. The second session of the sale starts off with a series of 1914 Canadian gold pieces all graded PCGS MS 63 which will again attract a lot of interest.
An interesting and unique Australian coin is showing at Lot 211 in the online catalog. This is a Sovereign Shield type 1991M coin. Photos of both sides of the coin are available on iCollector.com and this will sell to the highest bidder and opens for bidding at only 400 AUD.
While bidders from around the world can bid live during the event, they don’t need to let time zone differences prevent them from bidding. Maximum bids can be left via iCollector.com at any time and the leading auction technology will execute bids during the auction. Registration is simple and easy from any device and users can create a new login or use their Facebook account. The auction runs live on December 31st, from Sydney Australia. The sessions start at 7:30 PM and 8:30PM Local Sydney time respectively.