Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 150 November 4, 2014 Archives International Auctions 1377 1377 1980 Jefferson Nickel Struck on Cent Blank. Graded Mint Error NGC AU 58 BN. ������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $75-150 1378 A Trio of Interesting Minor Errors. 1) 1883 Liberty Nickel Without Cents. Die breaks. AU. 2) 1898 Barber Dime. “Goatee” die break near chin. Unc. 3) 1916 Mercury Dime. Minor doubling apparent. AU. [3] ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $50-100 1379 Minor US errors(about 20) including a few nice off-centers. Counter stamped 40% silver 1976 Ike Dollar. Various tokens and Good Fors. A sprinkling of world coins. Some replicas rare coin rep- licas. A roll of BU 1960-D small dates, 55-D nickels and several other Jefferson Nickel rolls. About half a roll of Mercury and Roosevelt Dimes. Should be seen. Sold as is, no returns. �������������������Est. $100-200 U.S. Coins - Group Lots 1380 Banking & Commerce First Day Covers with Coins October 6, 1975. Each cover includes stamps, a Morgan Silver Dollar AU-Unc; and an IndianCentVG or Better. [8 pieces.], weight approximately 1 lb. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $150-250 1381 Box Lot of U.S., World and Ancient Coins. Ancient coin group(18 pcs.) A decent “type” coins including an 1852 SilverThree Cent Fine, a BU 1903 Indian Cent, an 1821 Bust Half VF and others. Average circulated Barber Dimes(31), Mercury Dimes(16). Standing Liber- ty Quarters 1917-D Type 1 AG, 1917 T2 VG, 1918-D About Fine and four others. Barber Halves(12) Good, all different. Walking Liberty Halves 1916-D Good and seven other dates in the teens, twenties and thirties. AU Walking Liberty Halves(7). 1972-D Halves BU(16). Buffalo Nickels, most with dates(160). War Nickels(80) average cir - culated. A BU roll of 1956 Nickels. A group of twenty or so World Coins, mostly Canadian, some silver. 1946 BTW Half Dollar in Lu- cite, weight approximately 6.5 lbs. ����������������������������������Est. $500-1000 1382 Indians, Lincolns in the Teens and Twenties, Jefferson Nickels. Over 100 mostly circulated. Included are 1910 Lincoln AU, 1938 AU, 1910-14 Lincoln assortment, some minor error cents and someUnc. 1939 and 1955 Jefferson Nickels. Must be seen, weight approxi - mately 5 lbs. ����������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $50-100 1383 Lovely Assortment of Modern U.S. Commemorative Dollars & Half Dollars. 1976 Bicentennial Proof silver medals(5); 1986 Pres- tige Proof Set; 1998 Kennedy 2-pc. Set. Dollars include 2001 Buffalo Unc; 2005 Marine Corp Unc; 2012 Star Spangled Banner Unc; plus numerous other Proof and Unc. Commemorative Silver Dollars(34 pcs.) Half Dollars include1982 Washington Proof, 1986 Statue of Liberty Proof & BU, and 2008 Bald Eagle Proof. Also includes a 1922 Peace Dollar AU cleaned. [Total 46 sets and singles] weight approx- imately 6.5 lbs. ������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $500-750 1384 Morgan, Peace, and Silver Ike Grouping Morgan Dollars pre-1921 mostly Fine(7), EF-AU(8), 1921 Fine or better(6); Peace 1927-D AU and three others; 1973, 1974(2) Blue Ikes. Also includes Standing Liberty Quarters ave. circ.(19); Barber Quarters AG to VF(6); 1954 Franklin Half BU. 1982 ProofWashington Half Dollars(3), weight ap- proximately 3 lbs. ������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $400-800 1385 Mostly Minor Errors, Liberty Nickels, and Others. Four single row boxes of mostly minor errors, but there is an Extremely Fine 1867 Indian Cent included, and a 1907/7 Indian. Four sets of circulated Lincolns starting in 1941, two are complete, two almost complete. A single row box of circulated Liberty Nickels, mostly 1900-1912. JFK Half Dollar set 1971-1986 including Proofs, but some withminor PVC present. Also included is a 1947 “Lucky Penny” encasement, weight approximately 12 lbs. ���������������������������������������������Est. $300-600 U.S. Coins - Medals U.S & Worldwide Medals. The following Medals, Tokens and Coins have been off the market for over 40 years woth some of the older material even lon- ger. They are being offered as singles, small groups and large groups with many interesting and rare issues interspersed with common or scarce issues. This section definietly deserves close inspection 1386 1386 U.S &Worldwide Medals. Lot of 9 bronze and silver colored med- als. Includes Daniel Webster, ca. 1870-80; 1888 Austin Texas Capital Dedication; Nataniel Green ca.1870-80; 1890, Chicago, Woman’s ChristianTemperance Building; England, 1864, Garibaldi with “Wel- come to England - 1864” on the back and many others, weight ap- proximately 2.5 lbs. �����������������������������������������������������������Est. $200-400 1387 1387 U.S &Worldwide Medals. Lot of 9 bronze and silver colored med- als. Includes 1926, Liberty bank of Buffalo, Sesquicentennial; 1932 Olympic medal and a Russian 1980 Olympic medal and many other attractive medals, weight approximately 2.5 lbs. ���������������Est. $100-200