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Legend Rare Coin Auctions Begins 2018 with Important Rarities in Regency 25

Legend Rare Coin Auctions (LRCA) will be conducting its 25th Regency Auction on January 25, 2018 in conjunction with the PCGS Members’ Only Show at the Luxor in Las Vegas. The 349 lot auction begins with the Ipswich Collection of three cent silvers. From there, the firm presents high-grade and high-end, quality issues from the early days of the first U.S. Mint in Philadelphia to rare key date issues of popular 20th-century series.

“There really is virtually something for everyone in this sale,” said Julie Abrams, president of Legend Auctions, “From early type to better date gold, to classic Commems and patterns, you will certainly find something to add to your collection.”

“We are very pleased with how this auction came together,” said LRCA founder, Laura Sperber. “As the dealer that built the top two collections of Mint State and Proof three cent silvers, I can tell you that the Ipswich collector put together a great, nearly complete set, he would not put a low quality piece just to fill a hole. We are very impressed by the quality for sure. Other areas that are strong in this sale are copper, silver, and gold type coins from the first Philadelphia Mint, with some great high end early copper and Capped Bust halves. One of the major gold highlights is a real GEM $20 1920 PCGS MS65, one of the two finest graded by PCGS in 37 years of coin grading!”

Highlights of the sale include:

To view these and all coins offered in the Regency Auction 25, check out www.legendauctions.com to register and bid. Catalogs are in production and will be mailed during the second week of January. Selected highlights will be on display at the FUN show and Legend Auctions will be conducting a special lot viewing session in conjunction with the 2018 New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) on Friday, January 12 at the Grand Hyatt. For more information, call (732) 935-1168 or email [email protected].

Legend is currently accepting consignments for all auctions in 2018, including Regency Auctions in May, July, September, and November, as well as the monthly Premier Sessions Internet Auctions. Contact us today for more information about consigning.

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Legend Rare Coin Auctions (LRCA), founded in 2012 by Laura Sperber is a boutique auction firm that handles the finest in U.S. rare coins. Every coin offered is vetted by two world-class numismatists. As the official auctioneer of the PCGS Members Show, Regency Auctions are conducted four or five times a year and are limited to roughly 500 lots. A Premier Session Internet Only Auction is held monthly, featuring 150-200 hand selected lots. For more information, or to consign, contact Greg Cohen or Julie Abrams.

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Legend Rare Coin Auctions
Legend Rare Coin Auctions
Founded in 2012 by Laura Sperber, Owner and President of Legend Numismatics, Legend Rare Coin Auctions (LRCA) was a boutique numismatic auction company specializing in the finest and rarest U.S. coins. LRCA’s staff of numismatic auction industry veterans included Julie Abrams, President; Greg Cohen, Senior Numismatist; and Jessica Berkman, Consignment Coordinator. The firm’s Regency Auctions served as the official auction for the PCGS Members’ Shows, held six times per year. LRCA sold many important collections for world-record prices, including the Coronet Collection of Morgan Dollars (#1 all-time PCGS set); the David Hall—Bob Simpson Collection of Liberty Head Eagles; the Sunnywood-Simpson Collection of Morgan Dollars; the Phil Flannagan Collection of Territorial Gold, Toned Dollars and 1795 coins; duplicates from the Gerald Forsythe Collections of Buffalo Nickels and Mercury Dimes; the Bob Simpson Collection of Standard Silver Patterns; the Northern Lights Collection of Monster Toned Morgan Dollars; the Crow River Collections of Indian Head $10s and Peace Dollars; the P.F.M Collection (former #6 PCGS Set of Morgan Dollars with varieties); the Oak Crest Collection of Carson City $5 gold; and the Konstantine Collection of Capped Bust Half Dollars, the #1 PCGS Set of Red Book varieties, 1807-1836. The firm recorded the second-highest APR in 2016 with the sale of Bob Simpson’s duplicate 1879 $20 “Quintuple Stella”, which realized $1,880,000.

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