Below is the post-sale #9 press release from David Sklow-Fine Numismatic Books.
We are excited to announce that Sale # 9 that closed February 13th had the most participation of all our sales to date, more bidders, more successful bidders, more first time bidders! A hearty thank you to all bidders and consignors! Some results are listed below; please check our web site for full PRL:
Lot 10 – QDB fixed price list No. 1 - $440
Lot 16 – American Coin Treasures Copy # 1 - $500 [the most bid lot in the sale!]
Lot 20 – Obsolete Paper Money Copy # 1 - $500
Lot 28 – Colonial Book that never happened - $1100
Lot 29 – 1787 Brasher Doubloon Authenticated - $1100
Lot 34 – Original Correspondence of H.L.P. Brand - $1100
Lot 71 – The Cherry Picker's Guide Editing copy - $825
Lot 93 – The Nichol's Correspondence - $1500
Lot 114 – The Remarkable set of Spink's Numismatic Circulars - $5000
Lot 337 – Walter Breen's copy of the Gainsborough Sale - $346
Lot 380 – Clapp's Work on 1798-1799 large cents - $1000 [on a tie bid]
Lot 388 – Geoffrey Adam's Auction sale June 11, 1903 - $248 [on spirited bidding]
Lot 870 – Kagin's work on Private Gold Deluxe Leather - $459
All prices DO NOT include 15% buyers fee.
Sale # 10 Closes June 12th, 2010 and looks to be our best effort yet! Highlights are currently on our web site! If you love the California Gold Rush, you are going to love lots 1-250.
Contact: David Sklow-Fine Numismatic Books
P.O. Box 6321
Colorado Springs, CO 80934
FAX (719) 302-4933
Wayne Homren, Editor
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