Guelph Coin Auctions is back this fall with a great selection of numismatics for collectors in Canada and around the world. Included in the auction are wide selection of World and Canadian Numismatics, Gold, Silver & Ephemera. As well as an interesting selection of Canadian Error Coins & Notes. Over 380 lots will be flying through the auction block, and the live even is be held in Guelph at the Royal Canadian Legion. Bidding is available online from any internet enabled device and commences at 5PM Eastern Time on Saturday September 24th, 2016.
The most valuable treasure of the auction is a 1921 Canadian 5 Cent piece up for grabs at Lot 172. This piece is a Silver 5 Cent piece graded ICCS G-6 with obverse looks and like a VG with weaker reverse. Bidding opens on this piece at $2500 and it has potential to be the best investment buy of the sale. There are over two dozen Canadian 5 Cent pieces in the auction to browse and bid. Lot 159 is another highlighted piece that is an 1871 piece graded MS-62 by ICCS. It opens at only $300 and looks to be a great value purchase.
Another high quality find in the auction is presented at Lot 265. Here is a 1919 Canadian 50 Cent piece that ICCS has graded at MS-64. It is a nice, bright, example and opens for only $1500. There is a great selection of reasonably priced 50 cent pieces available throughout the catalog. Lot 274 is a great package of 17 ICCS graded 50 cent pieces for the enthusiastic bidder to add to a collection. The full listing of each coin is available in the online catalog; and it opens for bidding at $450.
The full catalog is showing on iCollector.com right up until auction day. Absentee bids can be placed now and registration is easy. Interested bidders can contact the auctioneer through the website to ask questions, and Guelph Coin Auctions will be pleased to answer them. This will be a fun evening of auctioneering and great buys each time the auctioneers hammer drops.