Stack’s Bowers 2019 ANA US Currency Auction Highlights

by CoinNews.net on August 30, 2019 · 0 comments

The Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official United States Currency Auction at the ANA World’s Fair of Money realized an impressive $5,320,620 in total sales from two live auction sessions and one internet only session.

1880 $500 Silver Certificate of Deposit

This 1880 $500 Silver Certificate of Deposit realized $750,000

In total, the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official ANA Auction that featured coins and paper money from the United States and around the world realized over $30.6 million.

The auction in Rosemont, Illinois saw eight lots eclipse the six-figure mark.

Leading the way was the ex-Anderson Collection Fr.345c 1880 $500 Silver Certificate that sold for $750,000.

Also exceeding $700,000 was a Fr.1202a "Triple Signature" 1882 $100 Gold Certificate which realized $720,000.

1882 $100 Gold Certificate

This “Triple Signature” 1882 $100 Gold Certificate brought $720,000

A trio of ultra-high denomination notes each realized well into the six-figure range with a unique Fr.2220-D 1928 $5000 Federal Reserve Note from the Cleveland district selling for $168,000.

1928 $5000 Federal Reserve Note

This 1928 $5000 Federal Reserve Note realized $168,000

An ex-Binion Fr.2231-B 1934 $10,000 Federal Reserve Note from the New York district brought $162,000, while a Choice Uncirculated Fr.2221-G 1934 $5000 Federal Reserve Note from the Chicago district crossed the block for $126,000.

1934 $10,000 Federal Reserve Note

This 1934 $10,000 Federal Reserve Note sold for $162,000

A number of outstanding National Currency pieces sold for impressive sums, including the $78,000 price paid for a 1902 $100 Red Seal from the First National Bank of Sargent, Nebraska.

$100 1902 Red Seal

This 1902 $100 Red Seal from the First National Bank of Sargent, Nebraska brought $78,000

Additionally, $45,600 was the final price for a new to the market 1875 $5 note from the First National Bank of Fort Benton, Montana Territory.

1875 $5 note from the First National Bank of Fort Benton, Montana Territory

This 1875 $5 note from the First National Bank of Fort Benton, Montana Territory realized $45,600

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is now accepting consignments to the November Official U.S. Currency Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Winter Expo in Baltimore. For more information about the auction or to consign your items contact Stack’s Bowers Director of Currency Peter Treglia at PeterT@stacksbowers.com or Currency Specialist Brad Ciociola at BCiociola@stacksbowers.com.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries (StacksBowers.com) conducts live, Internet and specialized auctions of rare U.S. and world coins and currency and ancient coins, as well as direct sales through retail and wholesale channels. The company’s 80-year legacy includes the cataloging and sale of many of the most valuable United States coin and currency collections to ever cross an auction block.

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