MONEY TREE SALE RESULTS
Cataloguer David Sklow reports strong results for The
Money Tree's 31st sale, which closed June 26th. The foreign
and ancient literature from the Richard Buckley library
attracted many bidders. Among the most active lots were the
Mitchiner volumes on Oriental coins (lots 573-575), bringing
$275, $226, and $226, respectively. The singlemost popular
lot in the sale was the Kessler book on Fugio Cents, bringing
$122 on a tantalizingly low estimate of $35.
Other highlights included Clapp's United States Cents of the
Years 1798-1799 (lot 817), $700; Roman Imperial Coins
Vol V (lot 361), $480; The Canadian Numismatic Journal,
vols 1-20 (lot 390) $375; and The TAMS Journal, vol 1-28,
(lot 270), $474.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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