US Coins, Paper Money, and a selection of Jewelry Up for Auction Until March 24th
West Coast Coin and Currency make their iCollector.com debut this week with an auction up for bidding until March 24th, 2016. This auction presents a great selection of US Coins and Paper Money, as well as some fine jewelry to chose from. Over 590 Lots are hitting the auction block this week in a timed bidding internet only auction. Included is one of the best groupings of Morgan Silver Dollars on iCollector.com so far in 2016. Great deals are there for the pickings and bidding will conclude at 4PM Pacific Time on Thursday March 24th, 2016.
The auction highlights a pair of Saint Gauden $20 gold coins to bidders. The first one is opening the auction at Lot 1, and is a 1908 coin graded by NCG as MS63. Bidding is opening on this investment quality coin at only $1300. The second Saint Gauden $20 gold coin is up for grabs at Lot 18. This is also a 1908 and carries the same grading with a similar opening bid price. Both coins have photos and are in their slab and ready to join their next gold coin collection.
There is a fantastic selection of Morgan Silver Dollars throughout the sale; there are 130 pieces and most are graded and in investment level condition. Lot 25 is a highly collectible 1879 S Morgan that is graded MS67 from NGC. The estimated value is over $700 and opening bid is a great value at $420. Another important Morgan Dollar in the sale is Lot 51. This is one of the top 100 most collectible VAM’s and is an 1888 O Vam 4 Hot Lips Morgan Dollar. This will make a highlighted addition to any Morgan Silver Dollar collection and is an incredible value buy opening for bidding at only $250.
Paper money is a worthwhile reason to attend this auction. One of the highlights is Lot 325 and is a 1934A $1000 Federal Reserve Banknote from St Louis. This is an attention grabber and is sealed in a protective holder and graded PMG40. Bidding opens on this piece at $1800 and it has an estimated value of $2500 to $3000 so a great buy is up for offer. Just a few lots later at 342 is an 1899 $5 Silver Certificate graded at PMG64. This note features Chief Running Antelope and is a highly sought after and historical banknote. Bidding is opening at $3000 and ready to sell to the highest bidder.
All coins and notes are available for viewing online and have photos and descriptions on iCollector.com. This timed auction is very bidder friendly with time extensions of 5 minutes on any lots that get a bid within 5 minutes before auction closing; this will allow bidders to come back in and bid again. West Coast Coin and Currency is excited to make new customers and will answer any questions about their offerings via email or telephone.