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By Christopher Dahncke, Currency Auction Associate

Our official World Paper Money auction for the ANA World's Fair of Money will feature lot 30225, an India P-R6 Reserve Bank of India 100 Rupees ND (1959) in PMG About Uncirculated 50. This note sits proudly atop PMG's pop report at the time of cataloging. PMG has graded just 12 examples of this Pick number, challenging collectors who wish to acquire one of these treasures.​

By James McCartney, Senior Numismatist and Consignment Director

In their Official Auction of the ANA World’s Fair of Money, Stack’s Bowers Galleries is proud to offer a unique Congressional Gold Medal presented to Major General, and later President, William Henry Harrison. This treasure, found in lot 5022, combines the ultimate Congressional award with the highest American office into a single relic of incomparable historical importance. It was awarded at the White House in 1825 to recognize Harrison’s victory at the Battle of the Thames during the War of 1812 and was struck in a substantial 7.6 troy ounces of fine gold. Passed down through the Harrison family and held in a private collection in recent years, this marks the medal’s first ever auction appearance and is sure to attract tremendous excitement from the collecting community. ​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Last week we asked you what pre-2000 Five Cent piece (nickel) did not feature any stars in its design. If you answered the 1913-1938 Indian Head or Buffalo Nickel, then you were correct. Tune in next week for our next piece of trivia.​

By Christopher Dahncke, Currency Auction Associate

Lot 20391 of our official United States Currency auction for the ANA World's Fair of Money will feature a group of 12 Fr. 2031-A to 2031-L 1995 $10 Federal Reserve Notes that are all in Uncirculated condition. This is a district set and all notes feature solid “9” serial numbers.​

By Harvey Stack, Co-Founder

In 1986 the United States Mint decided to expand the scale of their "rare coin business," selling lots of new products at a profit, to both beginning and advanced collectors. This included special issue commemorative coins and bullion issues that were sold above current bullion market prices. This was in addition to the millions of coin sets that the Mint had been issuing since after World War II, prices of which had been driven up by the increase in the cost of silver. The Mint had a prestige place in the system and could sell their products using the advertising slogan: "An Investment for the Future." ​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Auction of the ANA is now posted online, which means that our experts will be focusing on cataloging upcoming sales and taking in new consignments. With a market that is currently performing very well, we are taking in large quantities of consignments daily. To have your items included in upcoming sales, please refer to the Consignment Deadlines listed below:​

By Stack's Bowers Galleries

Did you know that Stack’s Bowers Galleries is preparing to offer one of their largest Official Auctions of the ANA ever? With over 11,000 lots in the sale, we expect this to be largest in terms of individual items and the largest in terms of value. This sale comes on the heels of the largest Hong Kong Auction ever hosted by Stack’s Bowers Galleries, which took place in April 2021. ​

By Ben Mahaffey, Web Content Manager

Around 600 1868 Liberty Seated half dollars were struck in Proof condition; only about 500 of these coins survive and most do not exhibit the contrast seen on the present coin. Most are in grades of Proof-65 and lower, frequently without the Cameo designation. The featured coin is being offered as Lot 4092 in the Rarities Night session of Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ August 2021 Official Auction of the ANA World’s Fair of Money.​

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