Strong U.S. dollar expected to go far in Jasper52 coin auction March 5

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1895-S Morgan $1 PCGS AU53, rare. Estimate: $6,600-$13,200. Jasper 52 image

 

NEW YORK – Investment-grade coins from around the globe will be auctioned off to the highest bidders by Jasper52 on Sunday, March 5. U.S. coins lead the way including a rare 1895-S Morgan silver dollar (above) estimated at $6,600-$13,200. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.

This diverse sale spans decades and continents, with specimens from Imperial Russia, Bourbon Spain and ancient Rome, and includes many rare examples from throughout the history of the United States.

One of the earliest and finest U.S. coins in the sale is a rare 1799 13-Star Bust dollar (below) graded PCGS F12, which is expected to sell for $5,300-$10,600.

 

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Rare 1799 Bust Dollar PCGS F12. Estimate: $5,300-$10,600. Jasper 52 image

 

A well-circulated example of the same 1799 silver dollar (below) is estimated at $2,900-$5,700.

 

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1799 13 Star Draped Bust dollar. Estimate: $2,900-$5,700. Jasper 52 image

 

A rare oddity is a 1955 Double Die Lincoln Cent, which is expected to sell for $3,500-$7,000.

 

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1955 Double Die Lincoln Cent, rare. Estimate: $3,500-$7,000. Jasper 52 image

 

Gold coins include a 1910-D $10 U.S. Indian Head gold piece and an 1856 $3 U.S. Princess gold piece.

 

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1910-D $10 U.S. Indian Head gold coin. Estimate: $2,100-$4,100. Jasper 52 image

 

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1856-S $3 U.S. Princess gold coin. Estimate: $1,700-$3,300. Jasper 52 image

 

The auction, which consists of 125 lots, begins at 10 a.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, March 5.