1879 $4 Flowing Hair leads online coin sale at $135k

There is just under a day-and-a-half left to bid in Heritage Auction Galleries' online US signature coin sale, offering a range of rare and beautiful coins.

Here is a live update on some of the coin vales, at the time of writing (October 21, 5.30pm).

Among the top coins is an 1879 $4 Flowing Hair, Judd-1635, Pollock-1833, R.3, PR65 NGC, which currently stands at an impressive $135,000.

The 1879 $4 Flowing Hair
The 1879 $4 Flowing Hair ($135,000)

Just behind it is an exceptional 1925-S $20 double eagle MS66 NGC, currently at $105,000, still with over a day left to bid.

A 1799 $1 Irregular Date MS63 PCGS with 13 reverse stars currently stands at $62,500. And bidders have pushed the 1969-S 1C Doubled Die MS63 Red NGC up to $50,000.

An amazing 1895 $1 PR66 Cameo Morgan Dollar NGC is also at $50,000.

Another double eagle, the beautiful MS66 1927-S, which is rare in any grade, currently stands at $65,000.

A 1927-S Twenty MS63 with an unusual die chip in the date is currently valued at $37,500.

And last, but by no means least, the distinctive Kellogg & Humbert 33.85-ounce Gold Ingot, recovered from the SS Central America, is presently worth $60,000.

With a coin like the 1879 $4 Flowing Hair more than doubling its value since our last update on October 15, the remaining day of bidding could see some interesting price increases.

Nusmismatists have just over one day left to bid.

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