Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 110

The June 2-5, 2019 Pre-Long Beach Auction


World Gold Coins
 
 
Lot Photo Description Realized
Lot 1934
Algeria. Sultani, AH1196 (1783). KM-34. Abdul Hamid I, 1774-1789 AD. NGC graded About Uncirculated Details (Bent). Estimate Value $800 - 900
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Realized
$840
Lot 1935
  Australia. Gold Nugget Set: 100, 50, 25 and 15 Dollars, 1986. KM-92-89. Total weight 1.85 ounces. Elizabeth II. In original blue case with certificate. Lot of 4 coins. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $1,900 - 2,000
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Realized
$2,404
Lot 1936
Australia. Platinum 200 Dollars, 2002. KM-925. Weight 1.9982 ounces. Elizabeth II. Reverse; Koala on a gum tree. Mintage 117. Gem Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $1,800 - 2,000
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Realized
$1,920
Lot 1937
Australia. 100 Dollars, 2006. KM-1905. Weight 0.9999 ounce. Year of the Dog. Mintage 1,274. Choice Proof. Estimate Value $1,200 - 1,300
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Realized
$1,320
Lot 1938
Australia. 100 Dollars, 2012-P. KM-1674a var. 1 ounce. Lunar series. Year of the Dragon. First Strike. PCGS graded MS-70. Estimate Value $1,300 - 1,400
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Realized
$1,500
Lot 1939
Australia. 15 Dollars, 2012-P. KM-1671. Weight 0.0999 ounce. Lunar series. Year of the Dragon. First Strike. PCGS graded Proof 69 Deep Cameo. Estimate Value $125 - 150
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Realized
$1,320
Lot 1940
Austria. 100 Corona Restrike, 1915. KM-2819. Weight 0.9802 ounce. Franz Joseph I. Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Estimate Value $1,100 - 1,200
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Realized
$1,320
Lot 1941
Austria. 100 Corona Restrike, 1915. KM-2819. Weight 0.9802 ounce. Franz Joseph I. Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Estimate Value $1,100 - 1,200
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Realized
$1,320
Lot 1942
Austria. Ducat, 1915. KM-2267. Restrike. Weight 0.1107 ounce. Franz Joseph I. PCGS graded MS-67. Estimate Value $125 - 150
Ex Gene Autry Collection.
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Realized
$144
Lot 1943
Austria. 500 Schilling, 1999. KM-3055. Weight 0.2572 ounce. Johann Strauss and son. NGC graded Proof 67 Ultra Cameo. Estimate Value $300 - 350
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Realized
$336
Lot 1944
Brazil. 6400 Reis, 1749-R (Rio). Fr-46; KM-149. Weight 0.4229 ounce. Joao V, 1706-1750. Laureate head right. Reverse; Italic arms. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS. Estimate Value $600 - 800
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Realized
$1,110
Lot 1945
Brazil. 6400 Reis, 1777-R (Rio). Fr-65; KM-172.2. Weight 0.4229 ounce. Jose I, 1750-1777. Laureate head right. Reverse; Italic arms. Luster. NGC graded AU-53. Estimate Value $500 - 700
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Realized
$900
Lot 1946
Brazil. 6400 Reis, 1792-R (Rio). Fr-87; KM-226.1. Maria I, 1786-1805. Bust in decorative headdress right. Reverse; Italic arms. Lustrous. PCGS graded MS-61. Estimate Value $700 - 900
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Realized
$1,050
Lot 1947
Canada. 100 Dollars, 1979. KM-126. Weight 0.5002 ounce. Elizabeth II. International Year of the Child. Children joining hands. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $500 - 525
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Realized
$648
Lot 1948
Canada. 100 Dollars, 1982. KM-137. Weight 0.5002 ounce. New Constitution. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $500 - 525
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Realized
$648
Lot 1949
Canada. 100 Dollars, 1983. KM-139. Weight 0.5002 ounce. 400th Anniversary of St. John's, Newfoundland. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $500 - 525
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Realized
$648
Lot 1950
Canada. 100 Dollars, 1985. Fr-16; KM-144. Weight 0.5002 ounce. Big horn sheep. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $500 - 525
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Realized
$660
Lot 1951
Canada. 100 Dollars, 1986. KM-152. Weight 0.5002 ounce. Elizabeth II. Maple leaves. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $500 - 525
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Realized
$648
Lot 1952
Canada. 100 Dollars, 1987. KM-158. Weight 0.2500 ounce. Elizabeth II. Reverse: Torch and logo. Calgary 1988 Olympic games. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $250 - 275
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Realized
$336
Lot 1953
Canada. 350 Dollars, 2001. KM-433. Weight 1.2232 ounces. Elizabeth II. Two flowers. The Mayflower flower. Mintage 1988 pieces. NGC graded Proof 67 Ultra Cameo. Estimate Value $1,300 - 1,500
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Realized
$1,572
Lot 1954
Canada. 500 Dollars, 2014. KM-1733. Weight 5.0121 ounces. Elizabeth II. Reverse; Legend of the Spirit Bear. Mintage of only 50. NGC graded Proof 70 Ultra Cameo. Estimate Value $6,000 - 8,000
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Lot 1955
  Canada. Maple Leaf 50 Dollars, 1979. KM-125.1. Weight 0.999 per coin. Elizabeth II. Lot of 3 coins. Uncirculated. Estimate Value $3,000 - 3,100
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Realized
$3,900
Lot 1956
Chile. 8 Escudos, 1751-So J. Fr-5; KM-3. Ferdinand VI, 1746-1760. Small standard bust to right. Reverse; Small crowned Hapsburg arms within chain of the Order of the Golden Fleece. Mint mark at lower left and assayers initials at lower right separated by Fleece. Well struck on both sides with considerable amount of original mint luster. NGC graded Uncirculated Details (Saltwater Damage). Estimate Value $2,000 - 2,500
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Realized
$3,000
Lot 1957
China: Sinkiang. 1 Mace, ND (1907). Fr-7c; L&M-1051. Turkish legend. Obverse; Dragon. Reverse; Four Chinese characters in circle. Extremely Rare. PCGS graded 86, Authenticity Unverifiable. NGC returned the coin with "No Decision" diagnosis. Both grading tags attached. Sold as is, no returns. Estimate Value $10,000 - UP
Purchased from Lacy Scott & Knight Auction, Lot 2049 (original tag and a letter attached).
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Realized
$16,200
Lot 1958
China - Republic. Presentation Dollar Struck in Gold, ND (1923). Fr-unlisted; L&M-1126; K-1572. President Tsao Kun in civilian clothing. Reverse; Crossed flags. Minor handling marks, fully lustrous and Rare. NGC graded MS-61+. Estimate Value $25,000 - UP
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Realized
$43,200
Lot 1959
China. 25 Yuan, 1987 (y). KM-161. Weight 0.2497 ounce. Panda drinking. Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Estimate Value $275 - 325
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Realized
$600
Lot 1960
China. 100 Yuan, 1990P. KM-272. Weight 0.9999 ounce. Panda climbing rock. NGC graded Proof 68 Ultra Cameo. Estimate Value $1,100 - 1,200
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Realized
$1,380
Lot 1961
China. 100 Yuan, 1998. KM-1130. Weight 0.9999 ounce. Panda seated on rock. In sealed plastic holder. Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Estimate Value $1,200 - 1,300
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Realized
$1,740
Lot 1962
China. 50 Yuan, 2005. KM-1585. Weight 0.0999 ounce. Panda mom and cub. In sealed plastic holder. Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Estimate Value $120 - 140
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Lot 1963
Colombia. Cob 2 Escudos, Undated-NR (Nuevo Reino). Fr-3; KM-14.1. Weight 6.0803 grams. Charles II, 1665-1700. Crowned arms. Reverse; Jerusalem cross in quadrilobe. Recovered from the 1715 Spanish Treasure Plate Fleet wreck. Extremely Fine. Estimate Value $700 - 900
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Realized
$1,920
Lot 1964
Colombia. Cob 2 Escudos, 1743-S. Fr-8; KM-17.2 type (this date with assayer S unlisted). 6.73 grams. Philip V, 1701-1746. Crowned arms. Reverse; Jerusalem cross in quadrilobe. Bold full date. Lustrous. Rare. NGC graded AU-55. Estimate Value $2,000 - 2,500
Ex. Lasser and Sante Fe collections.
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Realized
$1,920
Lot 1965
Colombia. 16 Pesos, 1846-UE (Popayan). Fr-75; KM-94.2. Republic of Nueva Granada. Draped Liberty head left. Reverse; Condor above shielded arms. Scarce assayer. Luster in the devices. About Extremely Fine. Estimate Value $1,500 - 1,700
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Realized
$1,320
Lot 1966
Egypt. 20 Piastres, 1938. Fr-38; KM-370. Farouk, 1937-1952. Military bust left. Reverse; Legend. For the Royal Wedding. In a Global certification service holder. Brilliant Uncirculated. Estimate Value $125 - 150
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Realized
$228
Lot 1967
France. 1 Louis d'or, 1786-A (Paris). Fr-475; KM-591.1. Louis XVI, 1774-1792. Bare head left. Reverse; Crown over two oval shields. Traces of luster. NGC graded EF-45. Estimate Value $300 - 350
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Realized
$528
Lot 1968
France. 20 Francs, 1811-A. Fr-511; KM-695.1. Napoleon I. Laureate head left. Reverse; Value in wreath. Very Fine. Estimate Value $200 - 240
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Realized
$408
Lot 1969
France. 20 Francs, 1848-A. Fr-560; KM-750.1. Louis Philippe I. Laureate head left. Reverse; Value and date within wreath. Choice original mint state example. NGC graded MS-64. Estimate Value $800 - 1,000
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Realized
$1,260
Lot 1970
  France. 20 Francs, 1902 and 1908. Weight total 0.3734 ounce. Rooster's. Lot of 2 coins. Uncirculated. Estimate Value $400 - 440
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Lot 1971
German States: Hanover. Enrst August First Class Commander set. Ernst August, 1837-1851. The commnander badge is gold and enamel with original sewn ribbon. The breast star is silver with gold medalion center. Made by the Court Jeweler Carl Busch in Hanover. The set is complete with beautiful original brown leather case. One of a few known complete sets. Of extreme rarity, especially, in this condition. Choice Extremely Fine or better. Estimate Value $15,000 - UP
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Lot 1972
German States: Oldenburg. Home and Merit order of Duke Peter Friedrich Ludwig Grand Commander set in original red lether case and ribbon. Only 44 were ever awarded. Grand Duke Nicolaus Friedrich Peter, 1853-1900. The cross is Gold and enamel. The breast star is in silver, enamel and center gold medallion, Maker's mark B.KNAUER on the needle. Choice Extremely Fine or better. Estimate Value $6,000 - 7,000
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Lot 1973
Great Britain. Noble, Nd. S.1804; Fr-112. Henry VI, 1422-1461 (1470-1471). York mint. Obverse; King standing facing in ship, holding sword and shield, annulet and sword arm, lis over stern, denoting York mint. Reverse; Floriated cross with lis at ends, annulet in first spandrel. Mint mark lis. A remarkable mint state coin with superb color and original luster. Crisply struck with all lettering clear, well centered on a good size flan or planchet. Excellent miniature portrait of king. Gold coins of the small York mint, some 200 miles north of London, are considerably rarer than those of the regular London mint, and seldom seen in mint condition. This coin catalogues at around $7000 in lowly Very Fine grade, with no higher grades priced. Maybe the finest known example of a gold Noble from this branch mint. NGC graded MS-64. Estimate Value $14,000 - 16,000
*In this reign the mint mark lis was the symbol of the small York mint which was opened for a short time soon after the start of the king's reign, but closed a couple of years later. Marks (such as the lis) used to denote various issues became more prominent in this reign and can be used to date coins to within a year or two.
Henry VI became king at the tender age of nine months, and six weeks after inheriting the English throne the infant was declared king of France, with the death of his grandfather, Charles VI. His father, King Henry V, had died of dysentery at the end of August 1422, aged only 34 and young Henry inherited a raging war with France. Although Henry VI was officially king of France he never had much opportunity to rule it. In France, Charles VI's nineteen year old son was also declared king as Charles VII. He held most of the southern provinces while Henry's regent, his uncle John, duke of Bedford, governed the northern provinces for England.

The battle for France dragged on, but it lacked the relentless drive and cunning of Henry V, one of Britain's greatest soldiers. Bedford endeavored to consolidate the gains the English had made so that the benefits could be ploughed back to the crown and thus reduce the drain the war had on the English treasury. However this meant that any final victory was perpetually deferred as Bedford sought to consolidate the gains made by the English during the previous reign. Neither Bedford nor the weak-willed Charles VII had sufficient skill to conclude the battle. The French were gaining the upper hand, the English were losing all of the lands that Henry V had gained, and in 1435 the Duke of Burgundy, in whose name the English had first invaded France, reached an agreement with Charles VII known as the Treaty of Arras. From then on the English cause in France was lost.

Henry declared himself of age in November 1437, just before his sixteenth birthday, but he had neither the temperament nor the desire to be a monarch. In the next few years under Henry's weak stewardship tense rivalries between the 'houses' of Somerset and York erupted into the disastrous War of the Roses and the competing branches of the nobility fought to the death.
The start of the reign, when this coin was made, was the most stable period, and the supply of gold (for coinage) dwindled as the nation descended into chaos. Henry was eventually murdered, and apart from Edward II, there was probably no other British monarch less suited to be king.
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$16,200
Lot 1974
Great Britain. Half Pound, Nd. S.2520B; Fr-203. 5.65 grams. Elizabeth I, 1558-1603. Third Issue. Mint mark, Coronet (1567-70). Queen's crowned bust left with ear visible. Reverse:; Crowned square-topped shield with E R at sides. Wavy flan. Sharply struck example, Rare. About Uncirculated. Estimate Value $7,000 - 8,000
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Lot 1975
Great Britain. Unite, ND. S.2619; Fr-234. James I, 1603-1625. Second coinage. Mint mark, Escallop (1606-7). Crowned half-length figure right. Reverse; Arms. Lightly polished. About Very Fine. Estimate Value $800 - 1,000
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Realized
$1,500
Lot 1976
Great Britain. Half Guinea, 1791. S.3735; Fr-362; KM-608. George III, 5th Head. Spade-shaped reverse shield. NGC graded MS-63. Estimate Value $600 - 800
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Realized
$1,110
Lot 1977
Great Britain. Guinea, 1793. S.3729; Fr-356; KM-609. George III. Laureate head right. Reverse; Spade shaped shield. NGC graded AU-58. Estimate Value $500 - 600
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Realized
$870
Lot 1978
Great Britain. Guinea, 1794. S.3729; Fr-356; KM-609. George III. Fifth laureate head right. Reverse; Spade shaped shield. NGC graded MS-63. Estimate Value $700 - 900
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Realized
$1,860
Lot 1979
Great Britain. Guinea, 1795. S.3729; Fr-356; KM-609. George III. Fifth laureate head right. Reverse; Spade shaped shield. NGC graded MS-63. Estimate Value $700 - 900
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Realized
$1,380
Lot 1980
Great Britain. Half Guinea, 1801. S.3736; Fr-363; KM-649. George III. Obverse; Laureate bust of king right. Reverse; Crowned shield of arms within garter. NGC graded MS-61. Estimate Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$552
Lot 1981
Great Britain. Half Guinea, 1803. S.3736; Fr-363; KM-649. George III. Obverse; Laureate bust of king right. Reverse; Crowned shield of arms within garter. NGC graded MS-62. Estimate Value $500 - 600
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Realized
$750
Lot 1982
Great Britain. Third Guinea, 1803. S.3739; Fr-366; KM-648. George III. Laureate head right. Reverse; Crown. NGC graded MS-63. Estimate Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$600
Lot 1983
Great Britain. Third Guinea, 1806. S.3740; Fr-367; KM-650. George III. Laureate head right. Reverse; Crown. NGC graded MS-63. Estimate Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$600



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