Heads up for gold coins in numismatic auction Oct. 1

U.S. gold coins

1878 U.S. Liberty Head $20 double eagle gold, BU++. Estimate: $3,000-$3,500. Jasper52 image

NEW YORK – U.S. gold coins stand out in a Jasper52 online numismatic auction that will be conducted on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The highlight of the 87-lot sale is an 1878 Liberty Head $20 double eagle. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.

 The double eagle (above) is described as BU++ (brilliant uncirculated) exhibiting a clean, strong strike and a nice luster (est. $3,000-$3,500).

A sharp, well-defined mint mark is present on a 1910-S Gold Eagle. This $10 gold Indian has a nice mint luster. The eagle on the reverse is well defined (est. $2,000-$2,500).

U.S. gold coins

1910-S gold eagle, BU++. Estimate: $2,000-$2,500. Jasper52 image

The 1859 Rd Liberty half dollar in the auction is a rare piece; only seven are known at this grade (PCGS MS66) or higher (est. $2,000-$2,500).

U.S. gold coins

1859 Rd Liberty half dollar G50C CA gold/BG-1002 PCGS MS66. Estimate: $2,000-$2,500. Jasper52 image

A 1907 quarter eagle, $2.5 gold Liberty, is described as gem brilliant uncirculated (est. $500-$600).

U.S. gold coins

1907 quarter eagle, $2.5 gold Liberty, gem brilliant uncirculated. Estimate: $500-$600. Jasper52 image

Though not gold, an 1891 Indian head cent is a highly desirable coin, having only a few bag marks ($2,000-$2,500).

U.S. gold coins

1891 Indian Head MS67 RD, not professionally graded. Estimate: $2,000-$2,500. Jasper52 image

The auction catalog also contains proof sets, silver certificates and commemoratives.

The Jasper52 numismatic auction will be held Tuesday, Oct. 1, beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern.