Eric P. Newman Collection Parts VII, VIII, and IX (currency and U.S. Coins) along with the Signature November sale offered by Heritage auctions made a total of $16.5 million out of which, the Eric P. Newman coin and currency lots made more than $6.5 million.
Heritage’s Dallas auctions will take place in December. Session 1 is the Premier Session that will take place on 7th December at 6:00 PM CT. 400 high-value lots with interesting federal coins will be offered in this session. Session 2 will take place on 8th December in the afternoon and will offer Colonials through dollars. Session 3 will take place on the same day in the evening and will offer gold coinage, patterns, and commemoratives. The Signature Internet Session will take place on Sunday 10th December.
A shiny 1805 Draped Bust dime, graded MS66+ PCGS CAC of the JR-2 variety will be offered. Only a few are finer than this particular example. An 1858-S Seated dime, graded MS66 NGC in Premium Gem condition is one of the top 3 specimens known. An 1848 Original half cent, graded PR65 Red and Brown PCGS CAC is a former Garrett Specimen of the B-1 variety. An 1878 three dollar gold, graded MS67+ PCGS is very rare in this high-end Superb Gem grade. The coin has interesting colours and good lustre. A rare 1842-C Small Date half eagle, graded AU58 NGC features great colour and is in near-Mint State condition. An 1852/1 Humbert twenty dollar gold piece, graded AU58 NGC, from the Kagin-9 variety is the first Assay Office twenty of territorial gold type. The 1854 Kellogg twenty, graded AU58 NGC CAC from the Kagin-2 variety has original colour.