With its strong and rustic, and yet quite refined design by James E. Fraser, the Indian Head or Buffalo nickel has long been a popular series.
To say the 1854-S Liberty Head Half Eagle is a rare coin is an understatement. It's one of just four existing specimens of this early coin and one will come before bidders during an Aug. 16 auction presented by Heritage Auctions.
A gold coin, which research shows was struck for and carried by President George Washington, will come to the auction block Aug. 16 through Heritage Auctions for only the third time in its history. The net proceeds from the sale of this coin will benefit charities.
A selection of unique artistic Native American Portrait Galvanos created by Edward Warren Sawyer during the early 20th century will come before bidders during Heritage Auctions' auctions at the Long Beach coin show, June 13-18.
A lot has changed since the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition took place in Chicago. However, one of the innovations unveiled at that Expo continues to entertain and appeal to all ages. Elongated coins or pressed cents continue to captivate.
The recent discovery of several unique items related to icons of American history, including a spoon made by Paul Revere, are among the headlining objects in a diverse sale set for June 2-3 through Kaminski Auctions.
Did you know Teddy Roosevelt's journeys are the subject of a vintage board game? Or, that Abraham Lincoln helped change the 'face of presidential campaigning'? These are just a couple of the fascinating facts represented by objects in Heritage Auctions' Feb. 24 political memorabilia auction.
A coin extolled as the first struck and paid for by the U.S. government will be on display at the Long Beach Coin, Currency, Stamp and Sports Collectible Expo Sept. 7-9.
Five renowned coin collections are among the 500+ coins coming before bidders during the PCGS Member Only sale, July 13.
Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton recently teamed up with numismatic experts, specifically Michael Fuljenz, whose expertise includes numismatic-related crimes, to provide valuable tips about collecting gold coins.
Dr. Alan York's collection of philately and numismatic specimens includes many scarce examples related to some of the most defining moments in world history. A segment of this collection is coming before bidders May 19 through Roland Auctions.
In the first three weeks of 2017, auctions of U.S. and World coins and currency have produced more than $70M in sales, reports Heritage Auctions.
An experimental glass cent, produced in 1942 as an alternative to the short supply and high demand for copper during the war, will cross the block Jan. 5, during a sale presented by Heritage Auctions during the Florida United Numismatists convention.
Classic guitars and other instruments, along with antique and vintage cars, Civil War Tokens, and fine and decorative art will be brought to auction by J. Levine Auctions, Oct. 27-29.
Scarce silver coins, inogts, and gems discovered in a sunken 17th century ship, and located by treasure hunter Mel Fisher, will go on offer Aug. 25-27 at J. Levine's.
Collectors of many interests lost a true ally and long-time ambassador recently, with the passing of esteemed hobby publishing pioneer Chester "Chet" Krause.
Hake's Americana & Collectibles is offering a truly diverse selection in its Auction #217, which is open for bidding now until auction close, Mar. 15-17. Among the 2,784 lots in the sale are 600 investment-quality items of political memorabilia, along with seldom-seen pop culture treasures including a poster for a 1969 performance of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and 100 CGC-graded comic books.
After stopping for roast beef sandwiches, at the Tic Toc Café, in Bowling Green, Mo. in 1933, infamous outlaws Bonnie & Clyde each signed a 1923 silver certificate for payment of their meal. That Silver Certificate is the standout lot in an online auction, open for bidding now through March 1.
Among the scarce coins featured in Legend Rare Coin Auctions' Feb. 18 sale is a seldom-seen three-cent silver. In prooflike condition, the coin is one only 1,000 struck for circulation in 1872.
A Green Seal note, circa 1934, poised in the entryway to Binion's Horseshoe Casino in Las Vegas, is expected to command more than $125K, during the Heritage Auctions' sale Jan. 6-12, held during the Florida United Numismatists Show.
Chic Antiques of Columbia, S.C., reports the theft of an uncut sheet of Confederate fractional notes. The Confederate currency is valued at up to $2,000.
Thirty-years after the discovery of treasures upon a 17th century shipwreck, a portion of the $450 million trove will come before bidders Aug. 5, during an auction presented by Guernsey's.
Among the more than 800 lots featured in Archives International's May 7 auction is a seldom-seen stock certificate for Pabst Brewing, from 1889.
The Feb. 8 Winter Estates Auction at Ahlers & Ogletree will feature more than 500 lots, representing a dizzying array of categories, including duck decoys, militaria, collectible coins, vintage guitars, original artwork, baby boomer items, and celebrity and political memorabilia.