Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 72

February 2-5. 2013


Budget - Medals
 
 
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Lot 1061
1809 James Madison Bronze Indian Peace Medal. Almost Uncirculated. 63 mm. Reddish-brown. Later 19th Century Striking.
Estimated Value $100 - 125.
Ex Richard B. Dusterberg collection.

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Realized
$293
Lot 1062
1817 James Monroe Bronze Indian Peace Medal. About Uncirculated. 51 mm. Reddish-brown. Later 19th century striking.
Estimated Value $75 - 100.
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Realized
$207
Lot 1063
1825 John Quincy Adams Bronze Indian Peace Medal. Uncirculated. 62 mm. Reddish-brown. Later 19th century striking.
Estimated Value $100 - 125.
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Realized
$587
Lot 1064
1837 Martin Van Buren Bronze Indian Peace Medal. Uncirculated. 51 mm. Reddish-Brown. Later 19th Century striking.
Estimated Value $75 - 100.
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Realized
$207
Lot 1065
1845 James K Polk Silver Indian Peace Medal. Uncirculated. 76 mm (7 ozt). Well struck in high relief and nicely toned. Probably a later striking.
Estimated Value $250 - 350.
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Realized
$1,495
Lot 1066
  A Group of U.S. Tokens and Medals. Includes a 2.38 oz. Silver ingot . Lot of 17 items.
Estimated Value $250-UP.
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Realized
$604
Lot 1067
  1896 SC$1 HK-780 Rarity 5 Bryan Dollar XF. Cleaned.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
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$138
Lot 1068
1909 Alaska-Yukon Pacific Expo So-Called Dollar, HK-359. AGS graded MS-64 Red. Bronze 36 mm. Rarity 5. Almost forgotten now, more than a century later, the purpose of the exposition was "To prove to. world. enormous value of Alaska to United States and. greatness of its entry port, Seattle"; to exhibit ". development, resources, products and advantages" of State of Washington. The expo was situated on almost 200 acres in northeast Seattle, bordering Lakes Union and Washington; grounds now part of University of Washington campus, with attendance from June 1 to Oct. 16, 1909 being 3,750,000; about 2,000,000 of whom paid.
Estimated Value $100 - 120.
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Lot 1069
1915. Pan Pacific Expo So-Called Dollar. HK-405. SEGS graded AU-50. Rarity 6.
Estimated Value $70 - 80.
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Realized
$196
Lot 1070
1933 CO SC$1 HK-825 Rarity 5 Pedley-Ryan Dollar. NGC graded MS-63. Pop 27; 7 finer.
Estimated Value $200 - 225.
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Realized
$196
Lot 1071
1933 SC$1 HK-870 Rarity 3. ANACS graded MS-63. Nicely toned.
Estimated Value $100 - 125.
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Realized
$184
Lot 1072
1933 World's Fair So-Called Dollar, HK-870. ANACS graded MS-64. 1 oz Pure Silver. Rarity 3. Toned. Total struck reported to have been 10,000. Numbers issued and melted (if any melted) unknown. Mining scene on obverse of this type is somewhat similar to that on Lesher Dollars of more than 30 years before. Obverse: Within circle, mining scene; below, Use Silver to / Restore / Prosperity; within circle and beaded border, * Century of Progress * above; 1833 Worlds Fair 1933 below. Reverse: Within circle, State Seal, Trade Mark below; outside around, between circle and beaded border, *** One Ounce of Pure Silver *** above; Colorado below.
Estimated Value $200 - 250.
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Realized
$184






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