Collectors got a chance to view the LOTS presented at Champion Macau Auction on 23rd and 24th November. The physical auction will now take place on 25th November at Sofitel Hotel Macau, Ponte 16.
One of the highlights is the Norcal Collection of machine struck Chinese coins, that was put together by an American resident of China from the 1930s to 40s.
A One Dollar Silver coin issued by CHINA-REPUBLIC in 1912, featuring Li Yuan Hung in his hat, graded NGC MS66, is going to be offered for $10,000-20,000 US dollars. A similar coin, graded NGC MS65+, is also being offered in the same price range.
A One Dollar Silver coin issued by CHINA-REPUBLIC in 1914, featuring Yuan Shi Kai in his plumed Hat, graded NGC MS65+, is going to be offered for an estimated value of $ 4,000 to 8,000.
A Silver Dollar issued by CHINA-REPUBLIC in 1923, depicting Dragon and Phoenix design along with different elements on the reverse, graded NGC MS65, is going to be offered for an estimated value of $7,500-15,000.
A One Dollar Silver coin issued by CHINA-REPUBLIC in 1924 without date, featuring Tuan Chi Jui, graded NGC MS64, is being offered at an estimated value of $ 5,000-10,000.
A silver dollar coin issued by CHINA-KWEICHOW in 1928 featuring a car door with a dot, graded NGC MS58, will be offered at an estimated value of $15,000-30,000. A similar coin graded AU58 was auctioned in April 2011 for $76,375 by Heritage Auctions. It was the second highest grade for its variety.
A Fen Copper coin issued by CHINA-SINKIANG in 1906 without date, in Original Strike, graded NGC MS63BN is going to be offered for $ 5,000-10,000.
One Tael Silver coin from the Ta Ch’ing Series issued by CHINA-SINKIANG in 1907(AH1325), graded NGC VF20 will be offered for an estimated value of $ 5,000-10,000.
A 50 Cents Silver Tang Chi Yao Protector of the Republic Commemorative Coin issued by CHINA-Yunnan in 1916 without date, graded NGC MS63, will be offered for an estimated value of $ 3,000-4,000.
A One Dollar Silver coin issued by CHINA-HUPEN-HONAN-ANWHEI SOVIET in 1932, graded NGC VF35, will be offered for an estimated value of $ 6,000-12,000.
A 100 Yuan gold pattern proof coin issued by Marco Polo in 1982, struck in 6.1g of bronze alloy with a diameter of 23mm, depicting a pattern of the Jiayu Pass in the Great Wall on the obverse. The outer ring on the reverse does not contain the Portrait of Marco Polo and the ocean. The extremely rare coin is graded NGC PR68 and will be offered at an estimated value of $ 120,000-240,000.
A 500 Yuan 5 oz, 999 gold commemorative proof coin named Romance of Three Kingdoms issued by China in 1995, with a diameter of 60 mm, and a mintage limit of 99 pieces, graded NGC PF68 ULTRA CAMEO will be offered at an estimated value of $ 50,000-100,000.
A 257.3g silver plated copper die trial proof coin issued in China for the 2016 ANA World Money Fair Anaheim, graded NGC PF68 ULTRA CAMEO with a mintage limit of 3 pieces is going to be offered at an estimated value of $ 5,000-10,000.
A 1 oz .999 Gold Proof commemorative coin issued by CHINA-BERLIN as a 2018 World Money Fair Berlin Special Exhibit, Depicting a Panda with serial number 11, a diameter of 40mm, a mintage limit of 20 pieces, graded NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO is going to be offered at an estimated value of $ 5,000-10,000.
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