Causey Prices realized June 7

Causey Prices realized June 7

Post by Frank Provase » Tue, 10 Jun 1997 04:00:00



June 7 Prices realized
1. 1972 Australia Proof set, 10,272 minted, rare, catalog $120,
 no minimum CONSIGNED ($50)
2. 10K gold heart filigree ring, size 8, retail $59, no minimum
 CONSIGNED ($16)
3. 2 old sterling silver rings, retail $40, ($6)
4. 10K gold ring with diamond and amethyst, size 5 1/2, new, retail
 $79, ($16)
5. 1968 Allstate Life Olympic medal, retail $10, ($1)
6. 1966 Thailand one baht Asian Games, Unc, retail $3,(50)
7. 1896 Morgan silver dollar, MS60, retail $20 ($17)
8. 1891 Morgan silver dollar, AU55, retail $30, ($12)
9. 1922 Peace silver dollar, MS63, retail $25, ($12)
10. 1900 Mexico Liberty Cap silver peso, AU58, retail $50, no
 minimum CONSIGNED ($16)
11. 1940s Men's Lonville watch, gold filled, Swiss movt, as is,
 no minimum CONSIGNED ($4)
12. 1/10 oz Gold Eagle in 3.5 gram diamond cut rope 14K gold bezel
, cost $140 new, no minimum($65)
13. 1943-D Mercury Dime, Gem Unc MS65, nearly full bands, retail
 $25, no minimum ($13)
14. 1918-P Australian gold sovereign, Choice Brilliant Uncirculated
MS63, struck at Perth, over 1/4 oz of 22 karat gold, catalog $125,($88)
15. 1873 Finland 5 pennia, brown Unc, retail $80,($20)
16. 1943-D Walking Liberty half dollar, MS64, retail $60,($38)
17. 1970-S Proof set with cameo 40% silver half, retail $70, ($22)
18. 1995 China 1/10 oz Gold Panda, retail $75, ($48)
19. 1921 Morgan silver dollar, Gem Unc MS65, full strike, clean
 face, fully original and dripping with thick lustre! WOW!
 Retail $150, no minimum ($75)
20. 1987 Congress Proof silver dollar and half in original box,
 issued at $47, no minimum ($22)
21. 1942 Mercury dime, NGC slab Mint State 67 Full bands, stunning
 strike and lustre, a trace of gold on the rims, virtually unimprovable,
 retail $250, no minimum ($95)
22. Roll of 20 mixed Morgan and Peace silver dollars, grades up
to AU, no culls, retail $160, dealer buting price $120,($125)
23. Set of 76 Mercury dimes in a Whitman folder, missing only the
 1916-D, grades AG to XF, would cost well over $200 to assemble
 this collection, no minimum bid ($110)
24. 1923 Peace silver dollar, AU50 PROOFLIKE. Peace dollars are
 almost unknown in prooflike, according to Wayne Miller and John
Highfield, The polishing is clearly done on the die, and not the
 coin. If this coin had not been slightly circulated, it would be
 worth well over $5,000. No minimum.($22)
25. Original bank wrapped roll of 50 1967 Lincoln cents, single
 coin value $25, no minimum ($11)
26. Lot of 5 Mint Sets, 1986, 87, 88, 89, 90. Total retail $45,
 the 1986 was bid at $30 a few years ago, and 1987 set contains
 2 Kennedy half dollars not issued for circulation. 50 coins total
, all in the finest possible condition, packaged by the U.S. Mint.
 No minimum ($32)