Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 5

The Dr. Jon Kardatzke Coin Collection, Parts 2 and 3


Commemorative Silver
 
 
Lot Photo Description Realized
Lot 984
  1938 New Rochelle Half Dollar. MS-63. Gleaming hard silvery luster with a few small chattermarks fairly hidden in the design.
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Realized
$230
Lot 985
  1936 Norfolk Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. One of the busier commemorative half dollar designs, there isn't much room available for more wording or devices. Frosty luster and untoned.
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Realized
$345
Lot 986
  1936 Norfolk Half Dollar. MS-65. Dipped but almost mark-free surfaces. Milky white luster.
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Realized
$276
Lot 987
  1926-S Oregon Trail Half Dollar. MS-63. Brilliant with a few tiny marks.
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Realized
$92
Lot 988
  1926-S Oregon Trail Half Dollars. Two. MS-63 to MS-64. Brilliant luster with some dark toning. Total of 2 coins.
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Realized
$196
Lot 989
  1928 Oregon Trail Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-67. Under microscopic magnification, the cataloguer cannot find more than two or three of the tiniest ticks on this marvelously preserved half dollar. It is immaculate! The color is light silvery gold with some bright iridescent blue splashes along the rims. Should it be a 68?
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Realized
$2,185
Lot 990
  1928 Oregon Trail Half Dollars. Two. MS-63 to MS-65. Iridescent toning, one of them dark but attractive and very sharp. Total of 2 coins.
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$242
Lot 991
  1933-D Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Two). MS-64 to MS-65. Brilliant and attractive. Total of 2 coins.
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Realized
$414
Lot 992
  1934-D Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Two). MS-63 to MS-64. A touch of toning on these, both decent. Total of 2 coins.
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Realized
$288
Lot 993
  1936 Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Two). MS-64. One brilliant, one with lovely light gold toning. Total of 2 coins.
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Realized
$196
Lot 994
  1936-S Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Two). MS-63 to MS-64. Some black spots on the toned one, the other bright. Total of 2 coins.
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Realized
$334
Lot 995
  1937-D Oregon Trail Half Dollar. MS-64. A very handsome, dark gray toned coin with a single bagmark on the Indian's cape.
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Realized
$127
Lot 996
  1937-D Oregon Trail Half Dollar. MS-64. Satiny white with some tiny speckles of color, no marks. Yummy!
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Realized
$109
Lot 997
  1937-D Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Two). MS-63. Brilliant, dipped but nice. Total of 2 coins.
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$196
Lot 998
  1938 Oregon Trail Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. Some bright aluminum-foil colored silver luster shines through otherwise deep and handsome purplish red toning. They would be hard to see under the color anyhow, but the cataloguer cannot spot more than the most insignificant abrasions. Unusually appealing.
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Lot 999
  1938 Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Three). MS-64 to MS-65. A nice brilliant set of this year. Total of 3 coins.
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Realized
$460
Lot 1000
  1938 Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Three). MS-63 or better. Brilliant but dipped. Total of 3 coins.
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Realized
$437
Lot 1001
  1938 Oregon Trail Half Dollars (Three). MS-63 or nicer. Brilliant but dipped. Total of 3 coins.
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Realized
$1,150
Lot 1002
  1939-D Oregon Trail Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-67. The memory of those hardy pioneers trekking along that dirt trail could not be more vividly portrayed than on the surfaces of this glorious specimen. Virtually flawless, as the number suggests, but the luster is also booming beneath vivid golden mauve color (some deep greens on reverse). In a word: Wow!
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Lot 1003
  1939-D Oregon Trail Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-67. Excellent surfaces, needless to say, but here the color adds a dimension to MS-67 that others of its ilk may not be lucky enough to possess. The toning is a deep iridescent magenta and lime-green on the obverse, while the other side shows a bright silvery center surrounded by a halo of russet gold. A joy to look at!
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Lot 1004
  1939-PDS Oregon Trail Half Dollars. MS-64 to MS-65. A lovely, golden brown and brilliant group, probably original as a set. Total of 3 coins.
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Realized
$978
Lot 1005
  1915 Panama-Pacific Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64 Premium Quality. A splendid coin for the grade, the rims are graced by deep golden to brown toning and the centers have original haze. Another early commemorative that was seldom held by collectors and hence most today are nicked up or even lightly circulated. These were coined to be sold to attendees of the Panana Pacific Exposition in San Francisco, and have always been popular with collectors. If you have been searching for an original, near gem example of this commemorative, then buy this coin.
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$978
Lot 1006
  1915 Panama-Pacific Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-63. A choice, totally white Brilliant Uncirculated example.
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Realized
$575
Lot 1007
  1915 Panama-Pacific Half Dollar. AU-50. A pair of edge marks on obverse, but this is very nice for the grade. Mostly silvery white, with some of the ring toning from the original holder still showing.
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$173
Lot 1008
  1920 Pilgrim Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. Lightly toned over silvery-white luster, with a blotch of toning on the upper reverse. Clean for the grade.
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Realized
$374
Lot 1009
  1920 Pilgrim Half Dollar. MS-64. Lovely dark lilac-gray toning.
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Realized
$63
Lot 1010
  1920 Pilgrim Half Dollar. MS-63. Frosty silvery luster with hints of gold iridescence. Carefully selected, very pleasing.
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Realized
$63
Lot 1011
  1921 Pilgrim Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. Lightly toned and well struck. An impressive gem of this commemorative.
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Lot 1012
  1921 Pilgrim Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. 1st Generation slab, from the days when they were mega-tight. This proves how things have changed, for here is a splendid Gem with aluminum-foil silvery surfaces showing splashes of gold iridescence. The luster here is as intense as the cataloguer has ever seen, period.
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Realized
$506
Lot 1013
  1921 Pilgrim Half Dollar. MS-63. Light silvery amber-gold iridescent toning, lovely surfaces, flashy luster.
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Realized
$150
Lot 1014
  1936 Rhode Island Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-63. Untoned and lustrous.
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$63
Lot 1015
  1936-D Rhode Island Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-63. A flashy, lightly toned (one spot of toning on the central obverse) example.
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$63
Lot 1016
  1936-S Rhode Island Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-63. Flashy and untoned. Check out some price guides to see just how inexpensive these coins are in choice grades, why not think about assembling a set of these? There are several excellent guides, including one by Breen and Swiatek which make fascinating reading and offer the collector abundant information about the legislation, coining, errors, availability and behind the scenes reporting.
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$69
Lot 1017
  1937 Roanoke Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-67. Wonderful silvery surfaces are highlighted by bright orange-gold peripheral iridescent toning. Cartwheel luster to spare! One of the prettiest imaginable.
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Lot 1018
  1937 Roanoke Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66. A superb gem coin that boasts lovely coppery-green toning around the periphery and well-preserved surfaces. Remarkably inexpensive in this grade.
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Realized
$247
Lot 1019
  1937 Roanoke Half Dollar. MS-63. Choice silvery BU with some flecks of toning. Great luster, nice surfaces.
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$132
Lot 1020
  1936 Robinson-Arkansas Half Dollar. ANACS graded MS-65. Flashy luster and generally untoned. Excellent cheek on Robinson, which often comes bagmarked.
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$144
Lot 1021
  1936 Robinson-Arkansas Half Dollar and others. MS-63 to MS-65. A lovely lot including these others: 1946 Iowa, 1950-S BTW, and 1952 W-C. All are brilliant, the last two having light iridescent gold toning. Total of 4 coins.
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$150
Lot 1022
  1935-S San Diego Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-66. Pleasing, soft silvery luster with hints of gold iridescence.
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Realized
$127
Lot 1023
  1935-S San Diego Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. Mint fresh luster throughout, with a hint of fingerprint toning on the reverse below the date. Boldly impressed and fresh.
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Realized
$75
Lot 1024
  1935-S San Diego Half Dollars (Two). MS-60 to MS-63. Brilliant, both decent. Total of 2 coins.
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Realized
$86
Lot 1025
  1936-D San Diego Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. Flashy luster and untoned. Another boldly struck gem.
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Realized
$138
Lot 1026
  1936-D San Diego Half Dollar. MS-64. A handsome specimen with lilac iridescent toning on brilliant surfaces.
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$52
Lot 1027
  1926 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. One of the really difficult Commemoratives to find in full gem condition (the price for a full MS 65 is about ten times the price of MS 64). Hazy toning on both sides over lustrous fields. Minor hairlines are noted, but few handling marks. One of the earlier Commemoratives struck, most were distributed to non collectors, accounting for the rarity of full gems. An excellent compromise for the collector seeking value for their collecting budget.
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Lot 1028
  1926 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar. MS-63. Original surfaces and golden silvery toning from an envelope, well preserved with good luster. Beautiful for one of these, which are so often found dull.
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Realized
$86
Lot 1029
  1926 Sesquicentennial Half Dollars (Three). AU-50. Dipped and hairlined but far from ugly. Total of 3 coins.
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$98
Lot 1030
  1935 Old Spanish Trail Half Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. One of the more difficult dates to locate in high grade, the Spanish Trail is usually found with more bagmarks than most, as the fields are very open and free of devices. Untoned and frosty, and a gem worthy of an advanced collection.
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$874
Lot 1031
  1935 Old Spanish Trail Half Dollar. MS-65. The longhorn seldom looks this good. Bright silvery luster on the usual slightly pebbly surfaces, no marks other than a nearly invisible, scattered tick or two.
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$633
Lot 1032
  1925 Stone Mountain Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. A lovely gem example of this commemorative that boasts original toning and clean devices.
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Realized
$161
Lot 1033
  1934 Texas Half Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. Light golden toning on the upper obverse over mint-fresh surfaces. The reverse with the emblematic LIBERTY overseeing the Alamo, while shielded by Houston and Austin. A sparkling gem.
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Realized
$109



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