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By Bruce A. Walker, World Coin Cataloger

The Stack’s-Bowers Galleries monthly iAuction offers a terrific opportunity to add choice material to any collection, and at what is often times a very attractive price. The eclectic offerings contain something of interest for nearly every collector, be sure you don’t miss out! This month’s featured iAuction coin comes to us from Amiens, France and is cataloged as KM-295.22 by Krause. 

By Brad Ciociola, Currency Specialist

This month’s Stack’s Bowers Galleries iAuction features a small offering of both U.S. and world currency lots. There are 14 lots of U.S. currency presented, including lot #20118, a Fr. 224 1896 $1 Silver Certificate graded PCGS Very Fine 20 and estimated at $400-$600. Lot #20119 features a Fr. 351 1891 $1 Treasury Note graded PCGS Very Fine 25 that also carries a $400-$600 estimate. 

By James McCartney, Numismatist & Cataloger

Lot 20169 of our current iAuction 3534 showcases an important Top Pop rarity for enthusiasts of   pristine 20th century U.S. type coins. 1939-D is essentially the key date of the entire series, with a comparatively paltry production figure of 3,514,000 coins. While a significant quantity of Jefferson nickels from the inaugural mintage were saved for their novelty, this second-year issue was largely overlooked and saw heavy circulation. 

By Bruce A. Walker, Cataloger, World Coins

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries monthly iAuctions offer opportunities to add choice material to any collection, at what is often a very attractive closing bid. The offerings are eclectic and there is nearly always something of interest for every collector. Be sure you don’t miss out!

By James McCartney, Numismatist & Cataloger

1916 saw an aesthetic renaissance of our nation’s coinage, ushering in an era of numismatic artistry at the United States Mint.  Chief Engraver Charles Barber’s Liberty Head motif had dominated the silver denominations from the late 19th century through the first decade and a half of the 20th, but 1916 saw an end to this reign. The dime, quarter and half dollar were redesigned to exhibit depictions of Liberty that offered a relatively unprecedented diversity to our coinage.

By Brad Ciociola, Currency Specialist

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries June iAuction features a wide variety of both U.S. and World currency with 132 lots available for bidding from now until June 28. There are 80 lots of U.S. Currency and 52 lots of World Currency featured in the auction. 

Our June iAuction will be posted on our website the evening of Friday, June 19  and close live on June 28th beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. To view and bid on the auction, visit StacksBowers.com and click on Browse Auctions. If you are in the Southern California area June 24-26, make an appointment to view the sale by emailing [email protected].  

Thank you all who participated in our new monthly iAuction. Our May iAuction was a great success and we sold over 700 lots.  We are now accepting consignments of World Coins and Paper Money, U.S. Coins and Paper Money, and tokens and medals through June 15th.  The auction will go online June 19th and close on June 28th beginning at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.