Bitcoins and Physical Crypto Featured in Stack’s Bowers Summer 2022 Sale


Stack’s Bowers Galleries ( is thrilled to announce another unprecedented selection of Bitcoins and physical cryptocurrency in their Summer 2022 Global Showcase Auction.

2012 Casascius 5 Bitcoin "Bitnickel"
2012 Casascius 5 Bitcoin “Bitnickel”

This offering comes on the heels of the firm’s record-setting sales of Bitcoins in their April and June 2022 auctions, where strong premiums of up to 5000% were realized. Their Summer 2022 sale features the popular Casascius, Satori, BTCC, and MoonBits series in a range of denominations from 0.001 Bitcoin to 5 Bitcoin, as well as several Fresh LTC 0.5 Litecoin pieces for collectors to pursue.

This selection is highlighted by an incredible 2012 Casascius 5 Bitcoin "Bitnickel" that is one of only two examples certified by PCGS.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is also delighted to present an extremely rare Double Error 2011 Casascius 1 Bitcoin which represents one of the Holy Grails of the series.

Double Error 2011 Casascius 1 Bitcoin
Double Error 2011 Casascius 1 Bitcoin

The Summer auction also represents the firm’s debut of a silver example from the Casascius series, where a stunning 2013 Casascius 1 Bitcoin graded SP-69 (PCGS) will be presented.

2013 Casascius 1 Bitcoin graded SP-69 (PCGS)
2013 Casascius 1 Bitcoin graded SP-69 (PCGS)

In addition, fractional Satori, BTCC, and MoonBits offer attractive entry-points for collectors looking to dip a toe into this category, and offer a range of denominations from 0.001 to 0.5 Bitcoin. Seldom-seen examples from the Fresh LTC series also present collectors a rare opportunity to acquire this grassroots issue.

Featuring 42 lots in total, the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Summer 2022 sale represents the largest offering of physical cryptocurrency ever presented in a live auction. These pieces will be sold at the end of the Rarities Night session which opens for live bidding on Thursday, August 25th immediately following the conclusion of Session 7.

For questions on this offering of Bitcoins or to consign your physical cryptocurrency to a future auction, contact Stack’s Bowers Galleries today at or 800-566-2580.

About Stack’s Bowers Galleries

Stack’s Bowers Galleries 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 nearly 90-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 — The D. Brent Pogue Collection, The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, The Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, The Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, The Joel R. Anderson Collection, The Norweb Collection, The Cardinal Collection and The Battle Born Collection — to name just a few.

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“Physical Crypto” Hmm! that’s almost as insane as talking to yourself self every day and very much like talking to your imaginary friends every day – it must be scary when you don’t get the answer your looking for……

Jeff Legan

You are a broken record, SENZA.


Isn’t there an imaginary meeting tonight

Jeff Legan

Hi Senza,
There is an imaginary meeting every night in your head. Not a lot of discussion, though. Just a lot of insults traded.


You have hit Rock-Bottom when you have to pull the desperate “troll” card.

Anyone who dare disagree with a Psychopath is just a “Troll”

Oh my your deleting your posts again, just as I predicted! Don’t worry Psycho – I’m just imagining it and your not really doing it “Right” WRONG.

And if it’s just one of the bad guys in your mind don’t worry – be happy – I made copies of all your posts.

It must be hell stuck in that door-less cage aka your mind.

Jeff Legan

If the shoe fits, wear it proudly. You have definitely earned it: to antagonize (others) online by deliberately posting inflammatory, irrelevant, or offensive comments or other disruptive content. Can you honestly say you do not see yourself in that definition? Look in the mirror, Oblivious SENZA.

Jeff Legan

His name is irrelevant, like the man(?) himself.