Multi-million dollar coins selling through eBay

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. – A rare, multi-million dollar set of gold coins will come to auction through eBay April 8, 2018. Nicknamed “Saints” they date to between 1907 to 1932. The U.S. $20 denomination gold pieces are exquisite designs of a century ago. Sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens is the creator of the design at the request of President Teddy Roosevelt.

Vintage ‘Saints’ coins pegged for sale

1907 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles

The 1907 coin from the 52-coin set of the Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles from 1907-1932, which is coming to auction on eBay at www.SaintSet.com through April 8, 2018. (Photo courtesy of Mint State Gold by Stuppler)

The set will be sold on eBay, To view the set and register to bid before the featured auction begins, go to www.SaintSet.com.

Coin dealer Barry Stuppler [eBay user ID: verypq], President of Mint State Gold by Stuppler, represents the anonymous seller, and says the 52-coin set is the largest of its kind ever offered on eBay.

“The set is among the rarest collections in the coin world. Twenty-one of the collection’s coins are either the finest existing or among two of the finest surviving examples. Ten of these historic coins previously belonged in the most renowned collections. The assemblage is decades in the making,” explains Stuppler.

Double Eagle – Double the Opportunity

The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) has authenticated and guaranteed many coins. Among their assessments is the extremely high-quality grade of each Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle.

“The rich history and having many of the finest coins in this series together in this extensive collection is what makes this set a rare treasure,” says Stuppler, President of the Professional Numismatists Guild, a former American Numismatic Association President, and one of the nation’s foremost rare coin experts. “The winner of the auction can continue the pedigree with their preferred selected name and will join the ranks of the most respected rare coin collectors today.”

The value of this uncommon collection is in excess of $7 million. Three percent of the sale proceeds will go to charity which includes the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. In addition, the beneficiaries include The ALS Association. Furthernore, it includes the Anti-Counterfeiting Education Foundation.

For more details and to bid, visit www.SaintSet.com or call 888-454-0444.

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