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By Brad Ciociola, Currency Specialist

Florida National banknote collectors will be interested to learn of the recent discovery of a 1902 $5 Plain Back from the First National Bank of Vero, Florida, charter #11156. This new note will be a featured lot of Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Currency Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Winter Expo.

By Aris Maragoudakis, Currency Specialist

A scarce Pick 4a Qatar and Dubai Currency Board 25 Riyals will be offered in our January NYC International Sale at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City. Though they are now separate, Qatar & Dubai, both Arab states, were once linked together as members of the Trucial States. At that time they were joined together as a banking union for six years during which they shared the same currency.

By James McCartney, Numismatist & Cataloger

The No Stars Liberty Seated dimes of 1837 and 1838 are often considered Gobrecht’s little masterpieces. Uncluttered by stars on either side, Liberty sits majestically at center, placed upon a perfectly sized canvas that allows appreciation of the obverse motif, without being distracted by the nuances of Liberty’s drapery folds or the intricacies of her hair that sometimes draw the eye on larger coins, like Gobrecht’s silver dollars of 1836-1839.

We invite you to check out our Collectors Choice online auctions, as a consignor or a bidder!  Our monthly online auctions offer hand selected U.S. coins and are sold live on our website and on our mobile app.

By Harvey G. Stack, Founder

During the balance of the spring and summer of 1955 we continued to seek out more missing links for the Lilly Collection.

Here is the answer to last week's test your knowledge! Did you pass the test?  Stay tuned for a new trivia question next week.​

By Andrew Bowers, Store Manager & Buyer

Have you visited us recently? If not, now may be a good time to stop by and say hello again. Over the next week we will be getting a wide selection of fresh new coins and paper money for you to browse through. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, we are always happy to see if we can find it for you at one of the many shows that we attend on a regular basis. Stay tuned for more information on our new inventory!

Did you know that Stack’s Bowers from the 1930s to the 1950s was an original distributor of classic commemorative coins?