Here's the press release with results of the Stephen Album Rare Coins recent Internet Auction 15.
Stephen Album Rare Coins held its Internet Auction 15 on April 11, 2022 at its offices in Santa Rosa, California. This
auction surpassed all expectations, with total prices realized of $112,500 (including buyer's fees) on a middle
estimate of $51,000. The auction comprised 600 lots of A-Z world, Chinese, and Indian coins and had a sell-through
The success of the auction was helped greatly by many high-quality coins from the Joe Sedillot Collection. Many
items went for multiples of their estimates.
Some highlights follow (prices exclude buyer's fees):
LOT 67: CUBA: Republic, AR 20 centavos, 1948, KM-13.2, a fantastic quality example! PCGS graded MS66, ex Joe
Sedillot Collection. Estimated at $50 to $75. Realized $2,400.
LOT 180: GREENLAND: Christian X, 1912-1947, 25 øre, 1926, KM-6, with central hole, a superb quality example!
PCGS graded MS65, ex Joe Sedillot Collection. Estimated at $50 to $75. Realized $2,200.
LOT 489: SINKIANG: Republic, AE 10 cash, Kashgar, CD1928, Y-B38.1, CL-XJ.43, with tóng bì inside starburst, PCGS
graded MS61 BN, ex Shawn Hamilton Collection. Estimated at $100 to $150. Realized $2,200.
LOT 524: TIBET: AR 3 srang, BE16-7 (1933), Y-25, L&M-659, Autonomous Tibetan issue, snow lion facing left in
center with Himalayan range behind with two suns above and ornament below, an attractive mint state example,
PCGS graded MS62. Estimated at $100 to $150. Realized $1,700.
LOT 254: LATVIA: First Republic, AR 5 lati, 1932, KM-9, key date, PCGS graded MS64. Estimated at $80 to $120.
LOT 373: STRAITS SETTLEMENTS: Edward VII, 1901-1910, AR 10 cents, 1902, KM-21, an attractive mint state
example, PCGS graded MS62, ex Joe Sedillot Collection. Estimated at $75 to $100. Realized $800.
LOT 110: EL SALVADOR: Republic, AE 1/4 real, 1909, KM-120, a lovely mint state example! PCGS graded MS63 BN, ex
Joe Sedillot Collection. Estimated at $75 to $100. Realized $700.
LOT 554: SIKH EMPIRE: AR rupee, Amritsar, VS85, KM-21.1, with frozen date VS1884, a wonderful mint state
example! PCGS graded MS64. Estimated at $100 to $150. Realized $700.
LOT 42: CAMBODIA: Norodom I, 1860-1904, AR 50 centimes, 1860, KM-45, Lec-50, local official restrike struck at
the Phnom Penh mint from 1887-1901 from rusted dies, portrait européanisé type, a superb quality example!
PCGS graded MS65. Estimated at $100 to $150. Realized $650.
LOT 559: BRITISH INDIA: East India Company, AE 1/2 anna, 1835(m), KM-447.1, S&W-1.83, Prid-133, a lovely
chocolate brown mint state example! PCGS graded MS63 BN. Estimated at $100 to $150. Realized $600.
Company CFO Paul Montz commented
Lesser valued material is doing quite well in today's market, and this
auction certainly proves that out. Frankly, some of the results have been really staggering.
The firm is currently taking consignments for future internet and premier auctions.
www.stevealbum.com for more information.
To read the earlier E-Sylum article, see:
STEPHEN ALBUM INTERNET AUCTION 15
Wayne Homren, Editor
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