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By Kyle Ponterio, Senior Numismatist and Cataloger

In our June Collectors Choice online (CCO) auction we will feature a selection of choice British "National" Medals depicting victories over the French under the reign of George III.  This highly intricate and stylized series of medals by James Mudie included contribution and collaboration with many famous and prolific contemporary engravers and cost nearly 10,000 Pounds Sterling.​

By James McCartney, Senior Numismatist

Our May 2019 Baltimore Official Summer Expo Auction offers an exceptional array of rarities from the Washingtonia series, highlighted by a newly discovered original Washington Before Boston medal in silver. Another important highlight from this offering is a rare "1799" GW on Base Funeral Urn medal in white metal that ranks as finest known of the die pair. ​​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Thanks for coming back to see if you got the correct answer to last weeks Test Your Knowledge!​

By Harvey Stack, Co-Founder

In my story of 1966, so far I have told about a number of great sales Stack's held in that year, the growth of the hobby, and the loss of our friend and client Josiah K. Lilly. These and other things led to 1966 being one of our busiest years ever. And one thing that kept me particularly busy was our action against the Office of Gold and Silver Operations (OGSO) to protest their lack of clarity when it came to what could and couldn't be imported into the United States.​​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

The Stack's Bowers Galleries team is putting the finishing touches on our May Baltimore auction catalog.  Next week catalogs will be in the mail and the auction will be posted on our website. We hope you can join us in one of our favorite numismatic cities to kick off the summer auction schedule.​​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Did you know Stack's Bowers Galleries is featuring another exciting selection from The Q. David Bowers Collection in our official auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Summer Expo?​​

By Kyle Ponterio, Senior Nummismatist and Cataloger

After another successful Spring Hong Kong auction, we turn our attention to our World and Ancient coin June Collectors Choice Online (CCO) auction.  It is full of interesting, high grade and  collectable numismatic treasures, and collectors of widely varying interests should anticipate numerous eye-catching offerings. This week we showcase a piece that tells a tale of contention for the English crown.​​

By James McCartney, Senior Numismatist

Our May 2019 Baltimore Auction will feature an exceptional selection of United States colonial coinage, including many popular issues and an impressive set of New Jersey coppers from the Collection of Larry L. Terrell.  Highlights of our colonial offering include a pair of unique gold impressions of Newman 102-GG, considered to be from the original "five parts of the dies" obtained by Horatio Rust in New Haven in 1859.​​

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