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Stack’s Bowers March Baltimore Currency Auction Realizes More Than $10.3 Million

The four sessions of Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ much-anticipated Official Currency Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Spring Expo realized $10,440,026 USD (all prices include the buyer’s fee).

Thursday night, March 22, featured the landmark Joel R. Anderson Collection Part I during which 64 lots realized an astounding $7,912,140. Seven lots from that collection each realized more than $500,000, including the finest known Fr.186d 1863 $1,000 Legal Tender Note graded Choice About New 58 by PCGS Currency that brought $960,000.

The only privately held Fr.187b 1880 $1,000 Legal Tender Note, graded Choice About New 55 by PCGS Currency, also realized $960,000.

A PCGS Currency Very Choice New 64 PPQ Fr.183c 1863 $500 Legal Tender Note was sold for $900,000.

Offered on Thursday night was the A.J. Vanderbilt Collection of U.S. Paper Money, which saw a total realization of $818,100. Among the highlights of that collection was the finest known Demand Note, an Fr.2 1861 $5 graded Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ by PMG that sold for $372,000.

Also featured was the finest PMG-graded Fr.1136 1870 $5 National Gold Bank Note from the First National Gold Bank of San Francisco, Ch. #1741. This PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ graded note realized $66,000.

Friday night’s currency session featured 503 lots, which realized a total of $1,509,450. Among the leading lots of that session was a Fr.1132-H 1918 $500 Federal Reserve Note from St. Louis graded Extremely Fine 40 by PCGS Currency that realized $26,400. A PMG Very Fine 30 Net graded Fr.2221-G 1934 $5,000 Federal Reserve Note from Chicago sold for $63,000. An 1882 $20 Brown Back from the Calumet National Bank of South Chicago, Illinois, Ch. #3102 and PCGS Currency graded Fine 15, brought $20,400.

Small size National Currency was hot with a 1929 Type 1 $10 from the First National Bank of Zillah, Washington, Ch. #9576, and graded Fine 12 by PMG selling for $28,800.

Stack’s Bowers’ Galleries first major U.S. currency auction of the year came to a close Monday, March 26, as over 1,000 further lots of paper money crossed the block in the internet session of the auction.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is now accepting consignments to their upcoming official U.S. Currency Auction of the ANA World’s Fair of Money to be held this August in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Please contact Director of Currency Peter Treglia at [email protected] or Currency Specialist Brad Ciociola at [email protected] to inquire about your items.

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Stack's Bowers Galleries conducts live, internet, and specialized auctions of rare U.S. and world coins and currency and ancient coins, as well as direct sales through retail and wholesale channels. The company's 90-year legacy includes the cataloging and sale of many of the most valuable United States coin and currency collections to ever cross an auction block — The D. Brent Pogue Collection, The John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, The Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection, The Harry W. Bass, Jr. Collection, The Joel R. Anderson Collection, The Norweb Collection, The Cardinal Collection, The Sydney F. Martin Collection, and The Battle Born Collection — to name just a few. World coin and currency collections include The Pinnacle Collection, The Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection of World Gold Coins, The Kroisos Collection, The Alicia and Sidney Belzberg Collection, The Salton Collection, The Wa She Wong Collection, and The Thos. H. Law Collection. The company is headquartered in Costa Mesa, California with galleries in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. Offices are also located in New Hampshire, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Virginia, Hong Kong, Paris, and Vancouver.

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