On August 3, Heritage Platinum Currency Auction, will betaking place at the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Denver
Heritage Platinum Currency Auction will present the finest-known 1882 $1,000 Gold Certificate, PCGS, Very Fine 35. The specimen is one of only 96,000 examples that were printed, and far fewer survived following the redemption rate ordered under the Gold Reserve Act of 1934, with only 11 being traced today.
It is estimated to sell for upwards of $300,000.
One of the most coveted of all United States Currency design types, a stunning gem rainbow 1869 $20 Legal Tender, PCGS, Gem New 65PPQ, is centered perfectly and displays a gorgeous deep red seal, black design details, blue serial numbers and a deep swath of anti-counterfeiting blue ink and colored fibers cascading through the design.
The finest-graded 1882 $20 Gold Certificate, PMG, Superb Gem, Uncirculated 67 EPQ, known to exist was produced for just six years before the famed “Technicolor” $20 came into favor and a wide-margined, 1869 $50 Legal Tender, PCGS, Very Fine 35, from The Yuri Solovey Collection, is desired for its stunning eye appeal and design elements.
The last example offered by Heritage nearly two years ago sold for more than $223,000.
The currency auction also includes the last 1861 $500 Confederate Bill issued in Montgomery, weeks before the first shots were fired on Fort Sumter.
This auction is open for bidding now at www.HA.com/currency.
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