Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 110

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


World Crowns and Minors
 
 
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Lot 2085
  Afghanistan. Mohammad Nadir Shah, Service Medal. Silver. Width 48 mm. Muhammad Nadir Shah, 1929-1933. Very Fine. Estimate Value $100 - 150
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Lot 2086
  Albania. Three piece Proof Set: 25, 10 and 5 Leke, 1968. KM-PSA2. (49, 50, 52). Total 4.28 ounces. In original leather case. Lot of 3 coins. Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $125 - 150
From The Fullerton Coin Shop.
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$132
Lot 2087
Algeria. Budju, AH1237 (1822). KM-68. PCGS graded AU-50. Estimate Value $120 - 150
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Realized
$96
Lot 2088
Algeria. 2 Budju, AH1242 (1826). KM-66. PCGS graded About Uncirculated Details (Cleaned). Estimate Value $150 - 175
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Realized
$150
Lot 2089
Algeria. ¼ Budju (6 Mazuna), AH1243 (1828). KM-67. The only example graded at both NGC and PCGS. PCGS graded AU-58. Estimate Value $120 - 150
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$90
Lot 2090
Australia. The First Fleet 1 Dollar and Medallion Set, 2008. Total weight 1.333 ounces. Set commemorates the First Fleet, which arrived in Australia 220 years ago in 1788. Struck by the Perth Mint. In original presentation wood case with certificate. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $75 - 100
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Realized
$192
Lot 2091
Australia. 30 Dollars, 2012-P. KM-1668. Kilo. Weight, 32.1186 ounces. Elizabeth II. Reverse; Year of the Dragon. NGC graded MS-69. Estimate Value $500 - 700
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Realized
$840
Lot 2092
Australia. 10 Dollars, 2012-P. KM-1667. Weight 9.990 ounces. Elizabeth II. Reverse; Year of the Dragon. NGC graded MS-69. Estimate Value $200 - 250
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$180
Lot 2093
Australia. 8 Dollars, 2012-P. KM-1794. Weight 4.994 ounce. Elizabeth II. Reverse; Year of the Dragon. NGC graded MS-69. Estimate Value $125 - 150
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$102
Lot 2094
Australia. 2 Dollars, 2012-P. KM-1665. Weight 2 ounces. Elizabeth II. Reverse; Year of the Dragon. NGC graded MS-69. Estimate Value $75 - 100
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$54
Lot 2095
Austria: Salzburg. 3 Kreuzer, 1681. Probszt-1687. Archbishops. Max Gandolph Graf Kuenburg, 1668-1687. Three-quarter bust wearing archbishop's Mithra. Choice mint state with full original brilliant mint luster. NGC graded MS-64. Estimate Value $125 - 150
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Lot 2096
Austria. Taler, 1632 (Hall). Dav-3338; KM-629.2. Archduke Leopold as Count of Tyrol, 1626-1632. Crowned half figure holding sword and orb right. Reverse; Crowned arms within Order chain. Toned. ANACS graded EF-45. Estimate Value $150 - 200
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$276
Lot 2097
  Austria. Restrike Maria Theresa Taler Lot: Modern Restrikes, Dated 1780. Each silver coin has .7517 ounce of .8333 fine silver. Total weight 70.65 ounces. Brilliant Uncirculated. Estimate Value $800 - 900
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$1,020
Lot 2098
  Austria. Group of Restrike Maria Theresa Talers, 1780. Modern Restrikes, Date 1780. Each silver coin has .7517 ounce of .8333 fine silver. Total weight of 41.3435 ounces. Lot of 55 coins. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimate Value $500 - 600
From The Fullerton Coin Shop.
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$660
Lot 2099
Belgium. 5 Francs, 1851. Dav-51; KM-17. Leopold I, 1831-1865. No dot above date. Brilliant mint state example. NGC graded MS-63+. Estimate Value $300 - 400
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Lot 2100
Belgium. 2 Francs, 1867. KM-30.1. Cross on Crown. Leopold II. NGC graded AU-53. Estimate Value $200 - 250
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Realized
$168
Lot 2101
  Bolivia. 2 Reales, ND. KM-8. Philip III, 1598-1621. 7.05 grams. Coat of Arms. Reverse; Cross. NGC graded VF-30. Estimate Value $70 - 100
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$90
Lot 2102
Bolivia. Shipwreck Cob 8 Reales, ND (Potosi). Philip III, 1598-1621. Assayer, Q. Weight 26.10 grams. Coin recovered from the Nuestra Senora De Atocha, shipwreck of 1622. With Certificate (#162310) of Authenticity. Grade One. Details of Very Fine. Estimate Value $300 - 400
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Realized
$870
Lot 2103
Bolivia. Shipwreck Cob 8 Reales, ND (Potosi). Philip III, 1598-1621. Assayer, Not Visible. Weight 25.20 grams. Coin recovered from the Nuestra Senora De Atocha, shipwreck of 1622. With Certificate (#186633) of Authenticity. Grade Two. Details of Very Fine. Estimate Value $250 - 300
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Lot 2104
Bolivia. Shipwreck Cob 8 Reales, ND (Potosi). Philip III, 1598-1621. Assayer, Not Visible. Weight 21.10 grams. Coin recovered from the Nuestra Senora De Atocha, shipwreck of 1622. With Certificate (#124727) of Authenticity. Grade Three. Details of Fine. Estimate Value $150 - 200
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Lot 2105
Bolivia. Shipwreck Cob 8 Reales, ND (Potosi). Philip III, 1598-1621. Assayer, Not visible. Weight 19.30 grams. Coin recovered from the Nuestra Senora De Atocha, shipwreck of 1622. With Certificate (#145460) of Authenticity. Grade Three. Details of Good. Estimate Value $100 - 150
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Lot 2106
Bolivia. Cob 8 Reales (1618) PAL. KM-10. 27.11 grams. Philip III. Nice shield and cross. NGC graded Very Fine Details (Environmental Damage). Estimate Value $200 - 250
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Realized
$600
Lot 2107
Bolivia. Cob 2 Reales, 1686-VR (Potosi). KM-24. 6.31 grams. Charles II. NGC graded Very Fine Details (Holed). Estimate Value $250 - UP
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$192
Lot 2108
Bolivia. Cob 2 Reales, 1736-E (Potosi). KM-29a; Calico-1359. Philip V. PCGS graded VF-35. Estimate Value $100 - 150
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$180
Lot 2109
Bolivia. 8 Reales, 1774-PTS-JR (Potosi). Eliz-12; KM-55. Charles III, 1759-1788. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Charles III right. Reverse; Crowned Bourbon arms, flanked by bannered pillars. Sharply struck with full original brilliant mint luster. NGC graded MS-64. Estimate Value $2,500 - 3,000
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Lot 2110
Bolivia. 8 Reales, 1774-PTS-JR (Potosi). Eliz-12; KM-55. Charles III, 1759-1788. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Charles III right. Reverse; Crowned Bourbon arms, flanked by bannered pillars. With full original brilliant mint luster. NGC graded MS-63. Estimate Value $1,500 - 2,000
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Lot 2111
  Bolivia. Cob Lot: ½ Real, 1714 and 1740; 2 Reales: 1743, 1760, 1764, 1772, No Date. Lot of 7 coins. Very Good to Fine. Estimate Value $300 - 350
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$264
Lot 2112
Canada. 10 Cents, 1913. KM-23. George V. Small Leaves. Attractively toned. NGC graded MS-65. Estimate Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$480
Lot 2113
Canada. Dollar, 1935. KM-30. George V. Silver Jubilee commemorative. Brilliant mint luster. ICCS MS-65. Estimate Value $100 - 150
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Realized
$90
Lot 2114
Canada. 125 Dollars, 2014. KM-unlisted. Weight 16.0738 ounces. Elizabeth II. Reverse; Howling Wolf. In original wood case with certificate. Gem Proof. Estimate Value $300 - 400
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Realized
$390
Lot 2115
  Canada. Large Accumulation of Modern Products: Several items including mint sets, proof sets, commemorative items, some silver items, etc. Careful examination strongly recommended. Sold as is, no returns. Estimate Value $300 - UP
Culver City Estate.
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$1,320
Lot 2116
  Canada. Lot of Partial and Complete Sets: Includes: 5 Cents 1858-1921 (45 coins) missing key dates; 5 Cents, 1922 to 1960 (2 sets, both missing 1925); Cent Collection, 1858-1960 (missing only 1858); Small Cent, 1920 to 1960 (4 complete sets and 1 partial); plus partial British North American Cents and Half Cents set. Sets average circulated. Careful examination recommended. Sold as is, no returns. Gross weight of lot 8 pounds. Estimate Value $300 - 500
Culver City Estate.
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$2,520
Lot 2117
  Canada. Silver Dollar Lot. KM-55 (59 pieces). Totem Pole; Mix Dates 1964-1966 (21 pieces). Weight 0.600 ounce per coin, total weight 48 ounces. Lot of 80 coins. Almost Uncirculated to Uncirculated. Estimate Value $600 - 700
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$750
Lot 2118
  Canada. Miscellaenous Bulk Lot: Includes some sets, silver Dollars, minors, etc. Careful examination recommended. Gross weight 10.5 pounds. Sold as is, no returns. Estimate Value $500 - UP
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$930
Lot 2119
China, Warring States - State of Qi, ca. 279 BC, AE "Qi Fan Bang Chang Fa Hua" Knife Money (61.3 g). The famous, extremely rare and most desirable "Six Characters Knife". On the list of "50 Rarest Ancient Chinese Coins" and the key type for the series of Knife Money. Sharp details with aged greenish brown patina on both sides. Traces of smoothing visible on the back, probably from the cleaning process. The knife is in Extremely Fine condition.
The Knife Money, cast with advanced techniques by the State of Qi, was among the most beautiful pieces of the Warring States period. These knives were issued with 3, 4, 5 and 6 characters on the obverse. The more characters they have, the rarer and more desirable they are. Knives with 6 characters, with only a handful examples known, are the most sought after pieces.
The consignor purchased this presented piece from an old Japanese collection with many other Chinese ancient rarities years ago. Trace of blue ink remaining on the rims shows that this piece was outlined, probably for archiving or researching purposes. Due to the unavailability of these rare knives, the consignor believes that very few examples could be traced and used for counterfeiting, especially for high quality forgeries. However, we still recommend careful study prior to bidding on this lot. Sold as is, no returns. Estimate Value $50,000 - UP
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Lot 2120
China, Warring States - State of Liang or Jin, 400-300 BC, AE spade money. Hollow handled spade, wu in archaic script, minor encrustation. Wu was likely a city in the State of Liang or Jin in Eastern Shaanxi Province. Traces of cracking in the handle. Very Fine. Estimate Value $500 - UP
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Realized
$840
Lot 2121
China, Warring States. AE "He Liang Yi Jin" Arch Foot Spade Money, ca. 400-300. Sharp details aged green and brown patina on both sides. Very Fine. Very Fine. Estimate Value $800 - 1,000
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$1,440
Lot 2122
China. Western Han Dynasty - Xin Mang. A pair of clay molds for "Da Quan Wu Shi" (50 Cash), 7-23 AD. Each mold has 3 pairs of obverse and reverse impressions, casting a total of six 50 Cash coins. Both complete molds with much of the casting glaze layers remaining on the impressions and channels. Cracks visible on the back. Numismatically important pieces, rarely offered in such conditions. Extremely Fine. Estimate Value $800 - 1,000
The "Da Quan Wu Shi" series was among the six types of "Quan" coins issued in Wang Mang's third currency reform. The 50 Cash was the largest denomination in the "Quan" series. The consignor indicated that these pieces were originally purchased from Japan. Sold as is, no returns.
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$3,600
Lot 2123
China, Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms - Ma Chu. Qian Feng Quan Bao, 927-951, FE 10 Cash. "Ce" on the back above the square hole. Large format iron coin issued by a short lived kingdom during the Five Dynasties period. Fine. Estimate Value $200 - 300
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$192
Lot 2124
China, Northern Song Dynasty - Jin Puppet. Fu Chang Zhong Bao, 1130-1137, AE 3 Cash (12.3g). Regular script type. Issued by Jin's puppet Liu Yu. An historically important piece. Greenish-brown patina on both sides. Very rare and popular. Very Fine. Estimate Value $800 - 1,000
Liu Yu was officer of the Song Dynasty in Ji Nan. When Jin siege the city, Liu Yu surrendered and changed side to fight the Song. A similar piece hammered for $1,400 in our December 2018 Auction 104.
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$1,260
Lot 2125
China, Qing Dynasty. Xian Feng Yuan Bao, 1853-1854, AE 100 Cash. Bao Chuan Mint (Chengdu, Szechuan Province). Denomination and mintmark on the back. Aged brownish mellow toning. Some scratches on the edge and reverse rim, together with mint adjustment lines visible on both sides. Choice Very Fine. Estimate Value $200 - 300
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$240
Lot 2126
China, Qing Dynasty. Xian Feng Yuan Bao, 1853-1854, AE 50 Cash. Board of Works Mint (Beijing). Denomination and mintmark on the back. Brown patina on both sides. Slightly cleaned. Choice Very Fine. Estimate Value $400 - 500
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$240
Lot 2127
China, Qing Dynasty. Xian Feng Yuan Bao, 1854, AE 100 Cash. Bao Shan Mint (Xi'an, Shaanxi Province). Aged brownish patina on both sides. Very Fine. Estimate Value $200 - 300
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Lot 2128
China, Qing Dynasty. AE "Wan Shou Wu Jiang" Charm, ca. 1894 (326.9 g). "Da Ya" on the back. This large format charm was believed to be issued for the celebration of Empress Dowager Cixi's birthday. Its size and deeply engraved details exceed all other contemporary cast issues. Edge bumps, field smoothing and central hole filing visible, otherwise a nice Extremely Fine example.
This coin is possibly a later reproduction, probably made in the Republic period. The consignor purchased this piece from Japan years ago. Sold as is, no returns. Estimate Value $5,000 - UP
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Lot 2129
China: Chihli (Pei Yang Arsenal). Dollar, Year 23 (1897). Y-65.1; LM-444. Long Horn. Sharply struck with considerable original mint fresh luster and light gray toning. RARE. PCGS graded AU-58+. Estimate Value $10,000 - 12,000
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Lot 2130
China: Chihli (Pei Yang Arsenal). Dollar, Year 24 (1898). L&M-449; Y-65.2. PCGS graded XF Details, Cleaned. Estimate Value $250 - 300
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Realized
$1,020
Lot 2131
China: Chihli. 5 Cents, Year 25 (1899). Y-69; L&M-458. PCGS graded About Uncirculated Details (Cleaned). Estimate Value $300 - 400
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Lot 2132
China: Fengtien. 50 Cents, Year 24 (1898). Y-86; L&M-473. Wide Mustache. PCGS graded Fine Detail (Cleaned). Estimate Value $400 - 600
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Realized
$1,020
Lot 2133
China: Fengtien. Dollar, CD (1903). Y-92.1; L&M-482; K-251; Y-92.1. Sharply struck dragon, light gray toning with much luster. NGC graded AU-58. Estimate Value $6,000 - 8,000
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Realized
$19,200
Lot 2134
China: Fengtien. 20 Cash (1905). Y-90. PCGS graded AU-55. Estimate Value $400 - 450
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Realized
$360



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