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MintProducts Auctions September Sale to Include over 750+ Lots


MintProducts Auctions (MPA) will hold its fourth sale of the year on the evening of Monday, September 19 in Nashua, New Hampshire.

The 770-lot auction offers a diverse selection of coins that include some rare and key issues with some exciting Paper Currency. Some notable currency includes a collection of over 50 Colonial-Era Notes that have been off the market for decades, 15+ Obsolete Bank Notes (including Scarce/Rare Issues), and High-Grade Type Notes (including $2 & $5 Educational Notes) and more.

The first of the coin rarities is a 1793 Chain Cent, and goes on to include a very rare 1873-CC Arrows Seated Dime, 1804 Bust Quarter, an 1873-S Trade Dollar NGC Certified MS-64+, and a high-grade 1893-S Morgan Dollar. Some noteworthy Gold and World coin lots are the 1799 $10.00 Heraldic Eagle Reverse and rare 1849 Norris, Gregg & Norris $5.00 – as well as the very scarce 1725 M Brazilian 20,000 Reis Gold and an impressive rare Early German 1.5 Taler.

The auction is scheduled for the evening of Monday, September 19 at 6PM at the Holiday Inn in Nashua, New Hampshire. Auction preview will be prior to the sale from 10:00AM-5:30PM on September 19 as well as at the Nashua Coin Show on Sunday, September 18th from 9AM – 2PM, also held at the Holiday Inn in Nashua, NH. More details about the sale and online pre-bidding are available through the MintProducts Auctions website.

Online bidding is open through Auction Day and will close at 4PM Eastern Time. Catalogs have been mailed and are still available by request as well as viewable on the website.

For more information on MintProducts Auctions, the September Sale or future sales, please visit www.MintProductsAuctions.com.

MintProducts Auctions and MintProducts.com are owned by Jeff Kierstead of Jeff Kierstead Rare Coins.

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