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​Did you know that Stack’s Bowers Galleries realized another record breaking price when it sold the rarest and most valuable U.S. nickel at their official auction of the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Philadelphia?

Thinking of selling?  If so, let our success be your success. If you have a fine collection for sale – large or small – or interesting duplicates, or other valuable items, tap into the world’s finest rare coin auction service.  Let us present your coins, tokens, medals, and paper money to the finest clientele of private buyers, museums, investors, and dealers of any auction house. The same buyers who have set records in the past will be bidding on your consignment! A win-win experience awaits you.

Test Your Knowledge this week and see if you can Name That Banknote! Check back next week to see if you got the correct answer!​

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries August ANA Auction is now underway. Though the live sessions have likely finished by the time you read this, the Internet Only Sessions will begin Monday August 20th at 9 AM PT. Please visit the Upcoming Auctions page here for more information. One of the highlights for these sessions is a lovely Greek ½ Drachma from the first modern King of Greece, Otto I.

Appearing in lot 7010 of our August 2018 ANA Auction is an impressive 1844 Liberty Seated dollar that will appeal to specialists and type collectors alike. Certified EF-45 by PCGS, it displays considerable mint luster throughout the protected regions and offers overall sharp definition. The eye appeal is strong, with pearlescent lavender-grey blanketing each side.

By Chris Chatigny, Numismatist & Cataloger


By James McCartney, Numismatist & Assistant Production Manager

Offered in lot 1027 of our August 2018 ANA World's Fair of Money Auction is a magnificent 1796 Liberty Cap cent, exhibiting qualities that will appeal to both the type collector and specialist. It has been certified AU-58 by PCGS and has a CAC sticker, ranking it among the finest survivors from these dies. ​​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

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