TONIGHT (2/6) & FRI: Rare Coin Auction Preview – US & World & Ancient Whatnot – 2/6 2/10 730PM ET

Monday 2/6 730PM ET Auction:

Friday 2/10 730PM ET Auction:

Sign up with the link above to get $15 off your first order on the platform! There are going to be some really cool, historic coins for sale tomorrow and Saturday, including rarer world silver, better ancient coins, fascinating jetons, and everything from ancient coins to medieval ones to rare US type and silver ones to world coins, graded coins, and more!! So excited for this sale and opportunity to hang out – please join, even if you are not planning on bidding – just hanging out, chatting, and being there for the $30+ in giveaways would be wonderful.

Giveaways is $1.50FV in silver (I’ll cover shipping too).

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10 Comments on “TONIGHT (2/6) & FRI: Rare Coin Auction Preview – US & World & Ancient Whatnot – 2/6 2/10 730PM ET”

  1. Great variety of items on the block. Good luck with the auction and to all the bidders. 🍀😎👍

    1. @Kai Dez I think that makes sense! Though the coin I was referring to is from the 1800s… I definitely could be wrong… just an interesting effect on that coin. Thanks for the clarification!

    2. There can be die shifts and double strikes on ancient coins. The die could shift during a strike, but many dies were also struck multiple times to produce a proper high relief and the die could move around between strikes to produce a so-called double strike.

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