Prices Realized - Causey's April 19 Auction

Prices Realized - Causey's April 19 Auction

Post by Frank Provase » Tue, 22 Apr 1997 04:00:00



PRICES REALIZED FOR APRIL 19, 1997 AUCTION

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1. 1971 Canada silver dollar commem, Proof 68, PCGS slab, beautiful
toning, retail $80, ($30)
2. 1882-O Morgan silver dollar, MS63 prooflike, retail $100,
($45)
3. 1899 Zs FZ Mexico silver peso, MS62, typical strike, brilliant,
retail $100,  ($40)
4. 1915 Mexico 5 cent, Chihuahua revolutionary issue, MS63, rare in
high grade, retail $75, ($55)
5. 1913-D Buffalo nickel, mound type, MS60, a few spots of corrosion,
retail $47,  ($12)
6. 1921 Philippines (USA) 50 cent, Gem Uncirculated MS65, retail $75,
no minimum CONSIGNED ($33)
7. 1932-S Washington quarter, VG, rare, retail $40, ($22)
8. Ladies' ring, 10K gold, three 3 point diamonds, three 2 millimeter
rubies, new, retail $150, no minimum CONSIGNED ($36)
9. Child's ID bracelet, sterling silver, 5 inches, retail $19, no
minimum CONSIGNED ($3)
10. Roll of 20 Gem Uncirculated 1986 silver eagle dollars, retail
$259, dealer cost $180, no minimum ($170)
11. 1780 Austria Maria Theresa thaler, official restrike, Choice BU
MS63, retail $15, no minimum ($8)
12. 1896 Puerto Rico 10 cent, XF, rare, retail $65, no minimum ($35)
13. 1837 Liberty Cap dime, Good, retail $17, no minimum ($11)
14. Ladies' 14K gold ring with huge 18 by 25mm smoky topaz, size 6,
retail $270, minimum bid $130 ($130)
15. 1981-S Proof set, some coins (not dollar) with type 2 mintmark,
retail $20, no minimum ($12)
16. 1961 Proof set, original Mint package, cameo half, retail $75,
no minimum ($45)
17. Lot of 4 Mint Sets, 1989, 90, 91, 92, total of 40 coins, retail
$45, no minimum ($22)
18. 1984-S Proof set, retail $13, no minimum (10)
19. 1970-S Proof set, original plastic case, but no box, cameo half
dollar, cent, and dime. Retail $50, no minimum ($24)
20. 1995 American Eagle 1/10 oz gold, MS66, retail $60,($35)
21. 1877-S Trade dollar, problem-free VF30, retail $100, ($55)
22. 1914-D Buffalo nickel, AU55, decent strike for this issue, full
horn and tip. Would fit nicely in an Unc. set. Retail $175, ($105)
23. 1881-O Morgan silver dollar, Choice Brilliant Unc MS63, PCI slab,
fully stuck, unusual for this issue, retail $52, no minimum ($38)
24. 1885 Morgan silver dollar, an absolute gem MS65 with gold to deep
gold toning. Don't bid on this unless you appreciate fully original
toning. Dollars like this bid at $1000 during the last market high.
Retail $125, no minimum ($52)
25. 1914 Barber dime, AU50, a pleasing type coin, retail $50, ($21)