Auction of Coins, Bank Notes & Postage Stamps on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 2pm
Featuring the Dr. Al Collection of Gold Coins
NEW YORK, NY -- Doyle’s auction on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at 2pm will offer strong sections of Postage Stamps, Bank Notes and Coins.
Within the philatelic section there are numerous items of interested including the German Area collection formed by Mr. Richard Ruppel who’s passion for the 1948-51 Building Series formed over many years is offered as lot 1011 (est. $2,000-3,000) and lot 1012 (est $1,000-1,500). Also from his collection is a Used example of the Marshall Islands diagonal bisect on Registered cover, Michel 12 var. Lot 1008 (est $10,000-15,000) and a pair of the Red Berlin overprint Double Struck on a 60 pfennig vale, Michel 31 DD lot 1010 (est $750-1,000). Also offered are several outstanding collections including China Lot 1001, Germany Lot 1004, a wonderful World Wide collection in seven Scott Specialty albums Lot 1032 conservatively estimated at $3,000-5,000. Within the United States we offer Colombian and Trans-Mississippi set and a large Registered cover from Shanghai with multiples of the Office in China issue lot 1027 (est $1,500-2,000).
Two lots of whimsical interest are a group of Edison Amberol records Lot 1042 and a Louisville Slugger Baseball Bat from the Mickey Mantle Family Archives, carved with his name in open scroll work letters Lot 1043.
The currency section offers several nice Obsolete note groups with a specialized section of the $3 denomination; see Lots 1044-1072, from the National series a group of Terre Haute Indiana Small size items Lots 1058-1063.
The coin section begins with a variety of Foreign pieces including a Greek gold Stater Fr. 97, Lot 1073.
The United States section starts with a nice offering of the Half Cent, Large Cent and Half Dime Types, followed by an offering of over 400 Liberty and St. Gaudens Double Eagles from the Dr. Al Collection, formed in the late 1950’s when gold was under $100 an ounce, fortunately sequestered and protected all this time and now offered herewith. Read More
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