Ableauctions - Superior Galleries' 'Pre-Long Beach Elite Coin Auction' Sells over $100,000 to the Internet and Attracts Almost 600 Registered Bidders.BEVERLY HILLS Beverly Hills, city (1990 pop. 31,971), Los Angeles co., S Calif., completely surrounded by the city of Los Angeles; inc. 1914. The largely residential city is home to many motion-picture and television personalities. , Calif. -- Ableauctions.com (AMEX AMEX
See: American Stock Exchange :AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) An audio compression technology that is part of the MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 standards. AAC, especially MPEG-4 AAC, provides greater compression and better sound quality than MP3, which also came out of the MPEG standard. ) announced today that the Superior Galleries' "Pre-Long Beach Elite Coin Auction" sold over $100,000 to the Internet and attracted almost 600 registered bidders on eBay Live Auctions through its subsidiary iCollector.com. Highlights of the event included the following Internet sales:
1796 Liberty Cap 1C S-81 R3- NGC NGC New General Catalogue (of Nebulae and Star Clusters; astronomy)
NGC National Geographic Channel (TV)
NGC National Guideline Clearinghouse MS61 BR $16,000.00
Congressional Medal for the Conquest of Yellow Fever yellow fever, acute infectious disease endemic in tropical Africa and many areas of South America. Epidemics have extended into subtropical and temperate regions during warm seasons. $9,000.00
1915-S Panama-Pacific Gold $1 PCGS PCGS Professional Coin Grading Service
PCGS Placer County Genealogical Society (California) MS66 $3,250.00
Bechtler, $5 N.C., w/* ANACS ANACS American Numismatic Association Certification Service (coin grading service)
ANACS Association of Nurse Advocates for Childbirth Solutions Dtls EF45 Damaged $2,750.00
1869 Shield 5C PCGS Proof 66 $1,300.00
Superior Stamp & Coin was founded by Isadore Goldberg in 1930. In 2001, Superior was acquired by Silvano DiGenova, a self-made millionaire in rare coins by the age of 21. He is a recognized leader in the industry, having been instrumental in the creation of the Professional Coin Grading Service The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) is a third-party appraisal service for grading rare coins. It determines the condition and authenticity of each coin it grades to provide consumers with an independent knowledgeable rating on which to judge the coin. , the organization that first established the industry standards for coin grading In coin collecting, coin grading is the process of determining the grade or condition of a coin, the key factor in its value as a collector's item. Overview . Superior Galleries is owned by the Stanford Financial Group, which holds 57% of their stock. Stanford Financial Group made an initial investment in Superior Galleries in 2001 and bought a controlling interest controlling interest
The ownership of a quantity of outstanding corporate stock sufficient to control the actions of the firm. Controlling interest often involves ownership of significantly less than 51% of a firm's outstanding stock because many owners fail in 2003. Stanford Financial Group also provides the company with a line of credit that gives them the ability to offer flexible terms to their customers and acquire virtually any numismatic nu·mis·mat·ic
1. Of or relating to coins or currency.
2. Of or relating to numismatics.
[French numismatique, from Late Latin numisma, numismat-, rarity that may become available
iCollector.com is the pre-eminent supplier of live online auction technology and services to some of the world's most prestigious galleries and industrial auction houses and operates one of the largest eBay Live Auction sales and support centers in the world. It is the only auction technology company to be endorsed by the National Auctioneers Association The National Auctioneers Association (NAA) is a group of auctioneers, auction businesses and related companies that seeks to promote the auction method of marketing and the practice of auctioneering in the United States The NAA is an interest group.. (NAA NAA
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As an on-line auction facilitator, the Company, with the experience of over 3,000 auctions, has developed state-of-the-art technology to broadcast auctions over the Internet (www.ableauctions.com/technology) and currently provides the technology and related services to auction houses, enabling them to broadcast auctions over the Internet. The Company broadcasts business and industrial auctions over the Internet for auctioneers and members of the National Auctioneers Association (NAA) and art, antique and collectible auctions for numerous galleries and auction houses around the world through eBay Live Auctions.
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