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Online Auction of Canadian Coins and Paper Money Offering No Reserve and $3 Start Prices

Collectors of Canadian coins and paper money are invited to add great deals to their collection this week on iCollector.com. Ward’s Auction, from Edmonton Alberta, is offering a selection of over 350 lots to the highest bidder, all with no reserve. With $3 start prices, the bidding will be fun and active. Bids can only be placed online through iCollector.com and bidding is currently taking place until December 11th. The auction will then run an online live auction with all the action of bidding putting online bidders against the bids already placed. This auction expects to sell every lot and secure registration and bidding can be done with iCollector.com

Brad Ward, of Ward’s Auctions, has been promoting his auctions on iCollector.com for almost three years. During this time, he has done numerous antiques and collectibles auctions, tools, great selections of firearms, dolls and toys, as well as some collectible coin and paper money auctions. Ward’s Auction has provided bidders with excellent service, professional response, and delivered their auction items as described and on time. They have built a reputation of trust in the auction industry and welcome new bidders to each auction.

Lot 4 has a collectible Canadian dollar in a case from Manitoba dated 1870 to 1970 on the display. This coin is a commemorative piece and will sell quickly. There are several silver dollars in this auction. Lot 12 presents a 1971 British Columbia release, and Lot 15 has a 1972 Canadian silver dollar. Collectors of silver dollars should also take a look at Lots 26 and 27 for some more Canadian silver dollars.

Early in the sale, at Lots 9a to 9e are a series of paper money up for auction. Each lot is a group of eleven Canadian one dollar bills dated 1967. With a $3 start price and no reserve, these will be picked up quickly. Up at lot 254 and 255 are two collectible pieces of Canadian paper money. Lot 254 has a Bank of Canada 5 dollar bill, and Lot 255 is a lot of six Bank of Canada one dollar bills.

This auction also has a large collection of proofs and commemorative sets. Bidders can visit iCollector.com and browse the online catalog to see pictures and descriptions of each lot in this sale. Registration is quick and secure using an email address, Facebook or Google plus login, or a current iCollector.com account. Ward’s auction will be presenting this sale throughout the week, and up for live bidding starting at 6PM Mountain Time from Edmonton, Alberta on Thursday, December 11, 2014.