London Coin Centre is ready to launch their second live online auction on March 10th and 11th, 2018. Over 1000 lots are up for grabs featuring coins, paper money, bullion, estate jewellery, military and so much more. Absentee bidding is open now and the live auctions kick off at 6PM Eastern Time both days.
London Coin Centre has been in business since 1973 and is located at 357 Talbot St, London ON. Their store is open six days a week and they will be able to help with all numismatic needs. They specialize in the buying, selling, and trading of gold and silver bullion, Canadian coins, US and world coins, banknotes, militaria, antiques, and estate jewellery.
A featured silver dollar of the auction shows up at Lot 121 on the first evening. Bidders can find a Canadian 1948 Silver Dollar graded by NGC as MS63. Bidding opens at $2200 and this will likely hammer down for over $3000. The March 10th catalog has literally dozens of silver dollars to chose from.
The most valued prospect on the first day of auctioneering is found late in the catalog at Lot 500. This is a 1973 Canadian One Dollar banknote bundle. Up for grabs is an in-sequence bundle of 1000 Crow-Bouey banknotes which is a rare find at auction. Bidding opens at only $2750 and this is estimated in auction value of up to $5000. The auctioneer has placed a pair of photos in the online catalog for inspection of this truly interesting purchase.
A valuable token features the March 11th catalog. Lot 537 presents a Lower Canada Breton 1007 token graded by ICCS as VF30. This rare piece comes from a population of only 5 and is serial number CHLC59A. Bidders can get in on this hot coin at $3000 and there is a photo of the coin for inspection in the online catalog.
London Coin Centre have the expertise to be able to answer all questions on anything from the entire catalog, and are happy to interact with all interested bidders. The auction is faced paced so bidders are encouraged to get their maximum bids into the iCollector.com system before auction day. The auction hammers down all lots on the evenings of Saturday March 10th and Sunday March 11th, 2018.