Heritage Auction Galleries' Boston ANA World coin auction promises to be unmissable for numismatists, offering rarities from a wide range of countries from Brazil to China to Great Britain and Russia.
In total, a over 3,200 world coin lots will feature in the sale. Among them is a unique and previously unknown 1928 Sixpence from South Africa.
Certified by the NGC, the Sixpence was recently discovered in an English countryside auction and is thought to be the only example of its kind bearing this specific date.
Other highlights at Heritage will include a large and desirable 1896 gold 25 Roubles from Russia, several gold rarities from Great Britain, and a ultra rare 1755 Pillar 8 Reales from Chile.
As if these highlights aren't enough, the sale will also present the Edward Roehrs Collection of US Regulated Gold.
The Edward Roehrs Collection comprises over 70 pieces of the first world gold coins that circulated the United States in the first part of the 18th century, regulated by famous American goldsmiths such a Ephraim Brasher, John Burger and Lewis Feuter.
Elsewhere in Heritage's sale, numismatic rarities from modern China will include three unique lucky #8 gold kilos that are likely to attract great deal of attention.
In our Video of the Week (above), Cris Bierrenbach, Vice President of International Numismatics at Heritage, examines these coins in more detail and reveals while the sale will be the talk of the international coin collecting community.
As always with Heritage, each of the numismatic treasures will be auctioning online. The sales sessions will take place on Thursday August 12, Friday August 13 and Monday August 16.
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