Bowers and Merena auctions are to bring their third auction of the year to Baltimore, Maryland in the US.
Perhaps the greatest highlight is a Census 1830 BD-1 Half Eagle from the collection of the great numismatist Dr Albert Globus. The coin is in excellent condition and extremely rare, with only around 30 known to exist.
The BD-1 is just one of 2,600 US coin and banknote lots which are on offer, alongside 3,500 pieces from the rest of the world.
Two of the other best US lots are a Capped Bust Right Half Eagle (1799) graded Mint State 62, and Capped Bust Left Quarter Eagle (1826) graded as Almost Unused 55 - both certified by the PCGS.
There is also a Double Eagle in Proof-64 Cameo (1878) graded by the NGC. There are thought to be fewer than 10 of these in existence at any grade, one of which is in a museum.
Notaphilists will be interested in a Clark, Gruber & Co. Remainder $5 Denver, Colorado note, in very fine condition.
And European collectors will be captivated by a 1746 Ducat from Denmark depicting Frederick V graded at an incredible Mint State 62.
With over 6,000 lots, there should be something for everyone. Viewing starts on November 10, and auctions run from November 12-14.