Ableauctions to Host Goldberg Coins and Collectibles' ''Pre - Long Beach'' Auction on eBay Live Auctions.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
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Sunday, September 10th- Tuesday Sept. 12th will feature the Greenhill and Dr. Hesslegesser Collections U.S. Coins and Currency, World and Ancient Coins such as a 1918/7-D Buffalo Nickel 1. A United States five-cent coin minted from 1913 to 1937 having an image of an American bison ("buffalo") on its reverse, and an American Indian on the obverse. , l795 Flowing Hair Half Dime HALF DIME, money. A silver coin of the United States, of the value of one- twentieth part of a dollar, or five cents. It weighs twenty grains and five- eighths of a grain. Of one thousand parts, nine hundred are of pure silver, and one hundred are of alloy. Act of January 18, 1837, s. , 1805 Draped Bust "Draped Bust" was the name given to a design of United States coins. It appeared on all regular-issue copper and silver United States coinage from 1795-1808. The denominations that featured the Draped Bust design included the half cent (1800-1808), large cent (1796-1807), half dime Dime, 1853 Liberty Seated Quarter Dollar, 1840 $2.50 Liberty, 1915-S Panama - Pacific Gold $50 Round and an 1851 U.S. Assay Office Assay offices are institutions set up to assay (test the purity of) precious metal items, to protect consumers. Upon successful completion of the assay, (i.e. the metallurgical content is found to be equal or better than that claimed by the maker and it otherwise conforms to the $50 "slug", 887 Thous.
Tuesday, September 12th will highlight pieces from the collections from Dr. Hesselgesser and The Grosvenor. Items that will be up for bid include an Elizabeth I Elizabeth I, queen of England
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Wednesday, September 13th will feature The Emile A Tartakow Estate and The Brooklyn Collection. Items of interest will be a 1901 $10 United States Note A United States Note is a fiat paper currency that was issued directly into circulation by the United States Department of the Treasury. These bills of credit were also known as Legal Tender Notes because of the inscription on each obverse face stating "This Note is a Legal Tender. , 1886 $20 Silver Certificate, and an 1890 $50 "Seward" Coin Note.
Ira and Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Inc., is located in Beverly Hills, CA. Co -- owners and professional numismatists, Ira and Larry Goldberg's have countless achievements to cite. They have set World Records for both the first gold coin Gold coins are one of the oldest forms of money. The first gold coins in history were coined by the Lydian king Croesus in about 560 BC, not long after the first silver coins were minted by king Pheidon of Argos in about 700 BC. , $20 gold 1907, to realize over one million dollars at public auction, as well as participating in the group that purchased the largest numismatic nu·mis·mat·ic
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[French numismatique, from Late Latin numisma, numismat-, purchase of all time, the S.S. Central America treasure, valued at over 100 million dollars.
In addition to these successes, Larry and Ira Goldberg marketed and sold the King of Siam Set in November 2005 for $8.5 million. Also noteworthy are their contributions to two of the most popular numismatic reference books in the industry, The Guide Book of United States Coins ("The Red Book"), and The Handbook of the United States Coins ("The Blue Book").
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