Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 75

September Pre Long Beach


World Crowns and Minors
 
 
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Lot 4438
  Jersey. Collection of Jersey coins. One Thirteenth of a Shilling (Penny) 1851 (Unc) 1861 (XF+) 1866 (Unc) One Twelfth of a Shilling (Penny) 1877 (Unc) 1888 (Unc) 1894 (Unc) 1909 (Unc) 1911 (Unc) 1913 (Unc with some reverse spots) 1923 (1st shield) (Unc) 1923(2nd shield) Unc 1926 (Unc) 1931 (Unc) 1933 (Unc) 1935 (Unc) One Twenty Sixth of a shilling (halfpenny): 1841 (Unc) 1851 (Unc) 1861 (Unc) 1866 (Unc) 1870 (Unc) One Twenty Fourth of a shilling (halfpenny): 1877 (Unc) 1888 (AU -Unc) 1894 (Unc) 3 X 1909 (Unc) 1911 (AU) 1913 (Unc) 1923 (Unc) 2 X 1926 (Unc) 1935 (Unc) 1937 (Unc) 1946 (Unc) 1947 (Unc) One Forty Eighth of a Shilling (Farthing) 1 X 1877 Unc 1 X 1877 AU.
* Jersey coinage is usually very scarce in high grade and consequently it is difficult to build such a comprehensive collection of the coins of this island off the British coast. The current population of Jersey is only around 98,000, and coin mintages are correspondingly low. Estimated Value $1,200 - 1,400
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$1,323
Lot 4439
  Korea. 5 Troy Ounces, 1987. 65 mm. Mintage 1000. Silver 99.9%. Commemorating Centenary of the American-Korean Treaty of Amity 1882-1982. Statue of Liberty. Reverse: Turtle boat. In original case with certificates. Lot of 2 coins. Choice Brilliant Proof. Estimated Value $200 - 250
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$265
Lot 4440
Mexico. Klippe 8 Reales, 1733-Mo MF. KM-48; Calbeto-735. Second highest graded example by NGC, one finer in AU-53. Philip V. A well struck example with rich old toning and splendid surfaces. Great eye appeal. NGC graded AU-50. Estimated Value $3,000 - 3,500
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Lot 4441
Mexico. 8 Reales, 1750-Mo MF. Eliz-30; KM-104.1. Ferdinand VI. Pillar type. Bold strike with frosty mint luster. NGC graded MS-62. Estimated Value $3,000 - 3,300
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Lot 4442
Mexico. 8 Reales, 1764-Mo MF. KM-105. Charles III. Pillar type. NGC graded EF-40. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $300 - 400
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Realized
$414
Lot 4443
Mexico. 8 Reales, 1845-Mo MF. KM-377.10. Cap and rays. Beautiful iridescent toning. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $175 - 225
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Realized
$604
Lot 4444
Mexico. 8 Reales, 1893-Mo AM. KM-377.10. Cap and rays. Beautiful iridescent toning. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value $125 - 175
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$299
Lot 4445
  Mexico. Lot of Cap and Ray 8 Reales: All with small chopmarks. Lot of 10 coins. Averages, Very Fine. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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Realized
$322
Lot 4446
Mexico - Durango. 1914. KM-621. Revolutionary. Liberty cap with continuous border. NGC graded Extremely Fine, Details (Excessive Surface Hairlines). Estimated Value $300 - 400
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Realized
$242
Lot 4447
Mexico - Guerrero. 2 Pesos, 1915-Co Mo. KM-660. Revolutionary. Radiant sun. NGC graded About Uncirculated, Details (Surface Hairlines). Estimated Value $150 - 200
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$173
Lot 4448
  Monaco. Piefort with Essai Silver Set: 10, 20, 50 and 100 Francs, 1950. KM-PE6-PE9. Prince Rainier III. Lovely matching toned set. Lot of 4 coins. Choice Proof. Estimated Value $300 - 400
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$299
Lot 4449
Netherlands - Overijssel. Lion Daaler, 1639. Dav-4860; Delm-856. NGC graded AU-50. Estimated Value $300 - 350
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Realized
$230
Lot 4450
Netherlands - Overijssel. Ducaton (Silver Rider), 1733. Dav-1829. Bird, rider on horseback, Overijssel arms below. Reverse: Crowned and supported arms. Sea salvaged with light corrosion. Toned. Choice Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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$299
Lot 4451
Netherlands - Utrecht. 3 Gulden, 1786. Dav-1852; KM-117. Standing figure. Reverse: Crowned arms. Beautifully toned. About Uncirculated. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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Realized
$719
Lot 4452
New Zealand. 'Waitangi' Crown, 1935. Dav-433; KM-6. Geroge V. Total proof issue of only 468 pieces struck. To commemorate the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. Light gray tone. NGC graded Proof 66. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $6,000 - 7,000
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Realized
$9,200
Lot 4453
Norway. Specie Daler, 1819-IGP. Dav-240; KM-290. Charles XIV John, 1818-1844. Original brilliant fresh mint luster. Very Rare this nice. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $12,000 - 14,000
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Realized
$13,225
Lot 4454
Norway. Specie Daler, 1821-IGP. Dav-240; KM-290. Charles XIV John, 1818-1844. Sharply struck with attractive toning and considerable original mint luster. Extremely Fine to About Uncirculated. Estimated Value $2,000 - 3,000
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Realized
$2,875
Lot 4455
Norway. 24 Skilling, 1834. KM-300. Carl XIV. Struck slightly out of collar causing a flaw or flatness on the rim at 12 o'clock. Beautiful old tone with underlying luster. Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $750 - 1,000
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Lot 4456
Norway. 2 Kroner, 1888. NM-20; KM-359. Oscar II. Rarest date of series. Very Rare. NGC graded VF-25. Estimated Value $1,750 - 2,000
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$1,840
Lot 4457
Palestine. 100 Mils, 1927. KM-7. Attractive toning. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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Lot 4458
Palestine. 50 Mils, 1927. KM-6. PCGS graded MS-64. Estimated Value $75 - 100
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Realized
$161
Lot 4459
Palestine. 50 Mils, 1931. KM-6. NGC graded AU-53. Estimated Value $200 - 250
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Lot 4460
Palestine. 100 Mils, 1933. KM-7. NGC graded MS-62. Estimated Value $400 - 500
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Lot 4461
Palestine. 50 Mils, 1933. KM-6. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $200 - 250
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Lot 4462
Palestine. 50 Mils, 1934. KM-6. NGC graded AU-58. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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Lot 4463
Palestine. 20 Mils, 1935. KM-5. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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Lot 4464
Palestine. 20 Mils, 1940. KM-5. PCGS graded MS-63. Estimated Value $300 - 400

Jerusalem Collection.

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Lot 4465
Palestine. 100 Mils, 1940. KM-7. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $125 - 175
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Lot 4466
Palestine. 10 Mils, 1941. KM-4. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value $175 - 225
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Lot 4467
Palestine. 5 Mils, 1941. KM-3. PCGS graded MS-64. Estimated Value $150 - 200

Jerusalem Collection.

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Lot 4468
Palestine. 10 Mils, 1942. KM-4. Copper-Nickel. NGC graded MS-65. Estimated Value $200 - 250
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Lot 4469
Palestine. 100 Mils, 1942. KM-7. Mottle toning. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $125 - 150
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Lot 4470
Peru. Medal (Proclamation 4 Reales), 1826 (Lima). Fonrobert-9018. 17.9 grams. 34.4 mm. Arms. Reverse: Constitution. Toned. NGC graded EF-40. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $75 - 100
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$98
Lot 4471
  Peru. Miscellaneous Gold Lot: 20 Soles, 1950 and 1967; 10 Soles, 1964. KM-229, 236; Libra, 1903 and ½ Libra, 1903. KM-207, 209. Total weight of lot 1.0283 ounces. Lot of 5 coins. Extremely Fine To Uncirculated. Estimated Value $1,050 - 1,150
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$1,380
Lot 4472
  Philippines. Proof Set: Peso to ½ Centavo, 1903. KM-PS1 (KM-162-168). Peso and copper toned balance brilliant. Set with light hairlines. Proof. Estimated Value $500 - 600
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$863
Lot 4473
Poland - Courland. Taler, 1780. Dav-1624; Cr-23; KM-32; Hcz-3410. Bust of Duke Peter Biron right. Reverse: Crowned shields of Poland and Lithuanian, draped by a wreath and are atop a decorated frame. Nicely toned with considerable original mint luster. NGC graded AU-50. Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,500
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$1,955
Lot 4474
  Withdrawn Unsold
Lot 4475
  Withdrawn Unsold
Lot 4476
  Withdrawn Unsold
Lot 4477
Poland. Denar, ND. Gum-72. Ladislaus I, Herman, Piast, 1079-1102. Cracow Mint. Head left. Reverse: Church. NGC graded VF-30. Estimated Value $100 - 150
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$288
Lot 4478
Poland. Denar, ND. Gum-82. Ladislaus II, 1138-1146. Prince and Lord High Steward standing. Reverse: Fight with lion. NGC graded AU-53. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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$690
Lot 4479
Poland. Denar, ND. Gum-87. Ladislaus II, 1138-1146. Prince with sword over fallen enemy. Reverse: Eagle with hare. NGC graded EF-45. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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$322
Lot 4480
Poland. Breateate, ND. "Berakhak Blessing-type" Leszek the White (1202-1227), Prince of Sandomierz and High duke of Poland. Bracteate. Ref. HP-7. Kopicki -, Czapski -,Karolkiewicz -. Rare .Young face with short tufts of hair facing in an ornate frame, "Blessing" ???? in Hebrew above. In Judaism, `Berakhah acknowledges God as the source of all blessing. On this coin, it may be taken as a general blessing or specific. The engraver may be asking for Gods blessing on Leszek, who was often in the field and beset by civil war; or on his own family. But given the youthful face below, it is likely the blessing is for this child. As such, this coin may celebrate the birth in 1211 of Salomea, daughter of Leszek and his wife Grzymislawa Ingvarevna. It is also possible that it is for the birth of their son, Boleslaw (later Boleslaw V, the Chaste) in 1226. NGC graded AU-58.
From the dawn of the Kingdom to the early years of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Polands tolerance made it a shelter for the persecuted and expelled Jews of Europe. Known as paradisus Iudaeorum ("Paradise for Jews"), Poland would become home to the worlds largest Jewish community of the time, and after, the Jewish expulsion from Spain, their spiritual and cultural center.

Jews first arrived in Poland in the 10th Century, while the contemporary German rabbi and scholar Yehuda ben-Meir (Yehuda ha-Kohen) mentions the first permanent settlement in 1085 in the city of Przemysl. Major immigration from Western Europe, though, didnt occur until the First Crusade. Encouraged by the broad-minded nature of Boleslaw III (1102-1139), Jews began to settle throughout Poland. Enjoying peace and prosperity, the Jews formed Polands middle class and helped to drive the Polish economy. Knaanic legends in Hebrew script, meanwhile, appear on a fair number of Polish coin types of the 12th Century showing that the recent immigrants were also finding employment as coiners and mint masters -- leasing mints from Polands rulers. Hebrew legends and types continue to a lesser extent into the 13th Century under Leszek the White. Estimated Value $2,000 - 3,000
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Lot 4481
Poland. Bracteate, ND. "Aaron-type" Leszek the White (1202-1227), Prince of Sandomierz and High Duke of Poland. Bracteate. Ref. HP-3. Kopicki -,Czapski -,Karolkiewicz -. Robed half-figure right, in a pose of authority, brandishing a large lily-tipped scepter, annulet above. Reverse: The same incuse. The figure depicted here is clearly not the High-Duke Leszek. He has neither crown, cross, nor sword. His robes appear priestly, and he appears to be using his scepter with a purpose. Portrayed thus, it is possible that this is the work of a Jewish mint master depicting the High Priest Aaron. The "Mountain of Strength," Aaron was the son of Amram and Jochebed, of the Tribe of Levi, older brother of Moses and Miriam. Aaron accompanied Moses to the court of the Pharaoh. There Moses commanded Aaron to bring down the Divine wreath through Aarons staff. Stretching out his staff, Aaron brought on the first three plagues.When the tribe of Levi was set apart to perform priestly functions, Aaron was arrayed in the robes of office, anointed and consecrated High Priest. He is thus founder of the Israelite priesthood. His depiction is that of prototype and model of the Jewish High Priest. As such a powerful symbol of pride and identity for a Jewish engraver to use. Strong mint luster Rare. NGC graded AU-55. Estimated Value $4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 4482
  Withdrawn Unsold
Lot 4483
Poland. 6 Groschen, 1596. Gum-1151. Marienburg mint. Sigismund III. NGC graded About Uncirculated, Details (Surface Hairlines). Estimated Value $150 - 200
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$150
Lot 4484
Poland. 6 Groschen, 1596. Gum-1151. Marienburg mint. Sigismund III. Minor flaw at top edge. Toned. NGC graded About Uncirculated, Details (Scratches). Estimated Value $125 - 175
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$144
Lot 4485
Poland. Taler, 1627-II. Dav-4316. Sigismund III, 1587-1632. Large mount removed at top. ANACS graded EF-40, Details (Tooled-Rims filed). Estimated Value $500 - 700
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$1,121
Lot 4486
Poland. Schillinge, 1627 (Lithuania). Gum-1310. 5% to 10% struck off center. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value $100 - 150
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$161
Lot 4487
  Poland. 18 Groszy, 1653-HDL. KM-35; Gum1942. John Casimir. NGC graded VF-30. Estimated Value $125 - 150
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$288



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