Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC has just opened their Treasure and World Coin Auction #10 for bidding, closing live on the Internet in four sessions on October 25-26 (Tuesday-Wednesday), viewable online at www.Auction.SedwickCoins.com.
The coin lots for this auction will be available for viewing at the A.N.A.'s National Money Show in Pittsburgh, PA, October 13-15, with private viewing at Sedwick's office in Winter Park (by appointment only) before and after the show.
Of the 1400+ lots in Sedwick's latest auction, more than 240 lots are gold coins from around the world. Over 100 of these are [...]
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC will offer a rare
Brazil, Serro Frio gold ingot #114, Dom Pedro II, 1832, with original guia, plated in Prober, in the Treasure and World Coin Auction #10 held October 25-26, 2011.
The pseudo-monetary gold ingots of Brazil, made from 1778 to 1833, are among the rarest items of South American numismatics. They are comparable to the U.S. pioneer gold issues of the California Gold Rush of 1848--1855, as they were made from natural gold that merchants and prospectors brought in to official foundries for testing, smelting, marking and taxation. [...]
With World Gold and Silver Coins, Shipwreck Silver and Gold Ingots, Shipwreck Artifacts and even Miscellaneous Coins and Antiques from Colonial Days or Later.
Winter Park, FL — Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC announces the release of their new mail-bid Treasure Auction #4 by catalog and internet. The auction closes November 6.
Highlights of this sale include:
A California Gold Rush-era gold ingot from the S.S. Central America (1857) estimated at $125,000+ and also a gold bar marked with the "En Rada" stamp (Peña-Randa) from the Atocha (1622) estimated at $40,000+;
The "Golden Fleece wreck" (ca. 1550) Special Research Collection of Mexican Charles-Joanna rarities (including the famous 3 reales of 1536 estimated at $10,000+ and many of the finest specimens of the first issues struck in the New World), as well as gold "finger" bars and silver "splash" ingots from the same wreck;