World’s Fair of Money

Heritage Auction Galleries’ Signature® Currency Auction, held Aug. 11-15, including the non-floor session held on Aug. 15, contributed more than $3 million to the $46+ million total realization of Heritage’s official ANA World’s Fair of Money auction in Boston, MA. Highlights from Session One included a possibly unique complete uncut sheet of 16 red and […]

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The number one-ranked collection of United States large cents in both the PGCS and NGC Set Registry listings will be publicly displayed for the first time in Boston, August 10 – 13, 2010, at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money. The historic coins from the Cardinal Collection Educational Foundation include some of the […]

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Heritage Auction Galleries presents a complete collection of all 102 Friedberg Colonial numbers, considered the finest ever assembled, Aug. 11-16, at the Boston ANA World’s Fair of Money. Heritage Auctions will be presenting The Collection of a Patriotic American, a complete grouping of all 102 Friedberg numbers associated with Continental Currency; it is believed to […]

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Numismatic Theatre, a popular part of the American Numismatic Association’s convention education programs, has been finalized for the 2010 ANA World’s Fair of Money, Aug. 10-14 in Boston. Numismatic Theatre consists of 30-40 minute presentations given by ANA members on a wide range of topics. Presentations will be held Aug. 11 and Aug. 13-14 in […]

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DALLAS, TX — A very rare New Hampshire Colonial Copper printing plate — long believed to have been engraved by Paul Revere, but now known to have been engraved by John Ward Gilman — dating to June 20, 1775, is one of the principal highlights of the Heritage Auctions’ Signature® ANA Currency Auction, Aug. 11-16, […]

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DALLAS, TX — The Official Currency Auction of the 2010 ANA World’s Fair of Money in Boston, MA will be conducted by Heritage Auctions Aug. 11-16. The auction includes three floor sessions and one online session. Lot viewing will be conducted at the Hynes Convention Center, Room 210, 900 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02115 and […]

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One of the three known proof 1804 Eagles made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson and a rare 1804 Eagle silver pattern have been acquired by Legend Numismatics of Lincroft, New Jersey and sold to a Texas collector.

Proof 1804 Gold Eagle Coin

Both coins will be publicly displayed together for the first time at the upcoming American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money convention in Boston, August 10 – 14, 2010.

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Two leading experts on the acquisition and trading of gold coins and bullion will provide a wealth of inside information on those subjects — free of charge — during the ANA World’s Fair of Money (www.WorldsFairOfMoney.com), the year’s biggest coin show, on Friday, August 13, 2010, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Scott […]

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The American Numismatic Association’s 2010 Boston World’s Fair of Money offers some of the world’s most beautiful and famous coins, the nation’s top numismatists and a venue in the heart of one of America’s most historic cities. Held Aug. 10-14 at the Hynes Convention Center, the show features a spectacular Museum Showcase, the famous Ship […]

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An $18 million display of two rare Double Eagles accompanied by Boston-related early Americana will be one of the exhibit highlights in the Museum Showcase area at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money convention in Boston, August 10 – 14, 2010.

1861-P Paquet and 1921 Proof Double Eagles
The 1861 Philadelphia Mint “Paquet Reverse” gold $20, graded NGC MS67, was formerly in the famous Farouk and Norweb collections. Not known to exist until 2006, the gem proof 1921 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, graded NGC SP64, is insured for $8 million. Both rare coins will be displayed at the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Boston courtesy of Brian Hendelson of Classic Coin Co. (Photos courtesy of Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.) – Click image to enlarge

The coins in this first-ever display are the finer each of the two known 1861 Philadelphia Mint "Paquet Reverse" gold $20, graded NGC MS67, and 1921 Proof Roman Finish Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, graded NGC SP64. Insured for $8 million each, they are being provided for the ANA exhibit by Brian Hendelson, President of Classic Coin Co. of Bridgewater, New Jersey.

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