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By Harvey G. Stack, Founder

As we moved into the early years of the 1960s, opportunities to expand the J.K. Lilly Collection of World Gold Coins became more difficult due to the mandatory licensing requirements. The rules set forth by the Office of Gold and Silver Operations (OGSO) seemed to be restrictive and non-revealing.

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​!

The Stack’s Bowers team will be spread across the world this week attending three trade shows. Contact us to today to make an appointment with one of our specialists.

By Mark Schimel, New York Store Manager

Come see our great selection of SBG Direct coins, in the showcase at our New York Store. We are offering a select group of high-end coins at retail for our customers who prefer to purchase directly as opposed to bidding in an auction. 

Did you know consigning to a Stack’s Bowers auction is easy?  In fact it is so easy, there are only two things to do:

By Aris Maragoudakis, Currency Specialist

During our first Collector’s Choice Online Auction of the year for World paper money, we are offering an abundance of notes valued at over $1,000. Of those notes, there is a handful in the $5,000 and above range, making this a sale that will attract the attention of collectors and dealers.

By Kyle Ponterio, Numismatist & Cataloger

This week’s highlight from the May Collectors Choice Online (CCO) auction is a scarce one-year type from Colombia – an 1863 2 Pesos from the Medellin mint.  Between 1861 and 1886 the mints in production included the Bogota, Popayan and Medellin mints, with the last producing far more different types than the other two

By James McCartney, Numismatist & Cataloger

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is delighted to present an important highlight of our August 2017 ANA World’s Fair of Money auction in Denver, Colorado -- the incredible Lord St. Oswald-Norweb 1794 Flowing Hair silver dollar. This MS-64 (PCGS) example was last offered at public auction in the firm’s sale of the Norweb Collection in November 1988.