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Time to Sell in Sedwick’s next Treasure, World, U.S. Coin & Paper Money Auction

29 Jul

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Looking to consign? Contact us today! Email us at office@sedwickcoins.com or call our office at 407.975.3325 (Consignment deadline August 20, 2018)

Our sixth live floor auction (Treasure, World, U.S. Coins & Paper Money Auction #24) will take place on November 2-3, 2018 at the DoubleTree Suites Hotel at Disney Springs, just minutes from Walt Disney World. We invite you to attend and take part in the outstanding opportunities this event offers, whether as a consignor or a bidder:

  • Educational presentations the day before the auction (November 1) by numismatic and shipwreck experts from around the world, including: Barry Clifford, underwater explorer and discoverer of the pirate treasure ship Whydah (1717); Dr. Kris E. Lane, Tulane University professor of colonial Latin American history and researcher on the colonial history of the Andes, mining, piracy, and global trade; and Emilio M. Ortiz, professional numismatist, researcher and author.
  • Networking with other collectors and dealers at our pre-auction dinner (November 1)
  • Lot viewing for all lots the day before and during the live auction right next to the auction room in the hotel
  • Live bidding in our state-of-the-art auction room

The special room rate will be available until October 9th or until the group block is sold out, whichever comes first. Booking a reservation is simple: Just click here to receive our preferred group rate: “Book a Room

If you prefer to make your reservation by phone, please call 1-800-222-TREE(8733) and specify group code “SED”. Hotel address and details as follows: DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Orlando – Disney Spring Area | 2305 Hotel Plaza | Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, Florida – USA 32830 – Tel: +1-407.934.1000 | Fax: +1-407.934.1015

Interested in selling your collection or individual pieces? Take advantage of this unique opportunity to consign to our Fall Floor Auction. Now is a great time to buy or sell thanks to a robust market, our expertise and integrity in Spanish colonial and shipwreck coinage, and our exhaustive marketing efforts. Every item in our auctions is well researched, cataloged and photographed, and presented in professionally printed catalogs that become important references. We take auction lots to coin shows around the country for viewing, send out promotional literature, and personally get in touch with important collectors around the world.

¡Hablamos su idioma! Our multilingual staff deals with the most important Latin American bidders and buyers on the market. We are able to travel and talk to all our Hispanic bidders and consignors, which creates a level of comfort that draws even the most private participants to our venue.

  Contact us now to place your items in our upcoming sale! Here is what we are seeking:

•  Choice and important Spanish colonial cobs from Mexico, Lima and Potosí
•  Collections of Latin American coins, particularly Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru
•  Gold bars and artifacts from the Spanish Fleets of 1622 (Atocha and Santa Margarita)
•  US coins and world paper money

Please come see us at the following show to consign to our auction:
• August 14-18, 2018: ANA World’s Fair of Money (booth #1333), Philadelphia, PA

And at the following shows to view the auction lots:
•  October 11-13, 2018: U.S. Mexican Numismatic Association Convention, Scottsdale, AZ

•  October 25-27, 2018: Whitman Baltimore Winter Expo, Baltimore, MD

Our auctions are known worldwide as the best place to buy and sell the kinds of coins and artifacts you love to collect or sell! We look forward to hearing from you soon to help you with your collecting or selling needs, and we hope to see you at one of our upcoming shows AND in Orlando in November for our live floor auction.

Sedwick Treasure auction to feature the James Bevill Collection of Mexican Coins & Paper Money

1 May

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The May 15-16, 2018 Treasure, World, U.S. Coin & Paper Money Auction #23 held by Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC will feature 51 lots from the collection of author and researcher James P. Bevill. Many of these coins are the plate specimens from Bevill’s award winning book, The Paper Republic, the Struggle for Money, Credit and Independence in the Republic of Texas, 2009. Bevill’s pieces are all museum quality, having been exhibited in venues across Texas in Houston, Dallas, Austin, and most recently, the Rosenberg Library Museum in Galveston.

In the early coinage, one highlight is Lot# 689, a Mexico City 4 reales Charles-Joanna, Early Series, assayer P to right, mintmark M to left, described as “deep rainbow toning, full details (legend and interiors), AU or better but with areas of light surface pitting, as from the ‘Golden Fleece Wreck,’ ca. 1550, HISPANIE variety, with unusual stops between words in the legends on both sides, and a die match to the only other example known (Banco de Mexico collection).” There are a dozen Mexican 8 reales cobs represented from the Bevill collection in the sale, including ten with full four-digit dates, two of which are overdates: Lot #721, a 1652/49; and Lot #735, a 1659/8, described as “rare,” a “richly toned” VF with bold full date.

Mexican silver coins by type are well represented in the sale, including Lot #1379, a War of Independence, Monclova, 1811 countermark on cast Mexico City bust 8 reales 1809 HJ, graded VF30, c/s XF strong. It is one of just two graded in NGC census, both in VF. There are five Mexican pillar 8 reales, also known as Pillar Dollars, including Lot #1325, a rare Charles III, 1761MM, cross below ‘I” variety (rare). There are three silver 8 reales coins with the bust of Mexican Emperor Augustin Iturbide in the sale. Lot #1383 features an 1823 JM Iturbide, Mexico City, 8 reales, JM below eagle, NGC MS 62+. This coin is described as “Reverse with beautiful rainbow toning on lustrous surface, the obverse somewhat frosty and matte but also toning at rim, ties with two others for finest known in NGC census.”

The gold selections include a type set of doubloons by Spanish Kings, including: Lot #170, a 1744 MF Philip V, NGC MS61; Lot #131, a 1751 J Ferdinand VI from Santiago, Chile, NGC MS62; Lot #171, a 1760 MM Charles III (young bust), NGC AU53; Lot #172, a 1772 FM, Charles III, MGC AU53; and Lot #178, 1820 JJ Ferdinand VII, graded NGC AU55. Not to be outdone by the Spanish Kings, Lot #194 features an 1823 JM Iturbide 8 escudos, a desirable example of an important one-year type, with large bust and eagle inside shield, graded NGC AU58, featured on the cover of the catalogue and plated as Fig. 3.8 on page 61 of The Paper Republic.

Bevill remarked that this sale constitutes the “end of an area of collecting that I have enjoyed for almost two decades.” The collection was painstakingly acquired to illustrate the evolution of the Spanish monetary system in colonial Texas, both in his book and in a broader context: alongside other Texas treasures as part of several museum exhibitions which were viewed by over 287,000 visitors from 2011-2016. Through this auction, resourceful bidders have the opportunity to take home some of these pieces, forever enshrined in an important work in numismatic literature.

For a complete listing of Bevill’s Collection follow this LINK

Direct Link to The Auction

Historical regulated $15 gold coin to appear in Sedwick auction

13 Mar

In the early years of the United States of America, a lack of gold coinage forced citizens to utilize an unusual but practical source. Known as regulated gold, these were foreign gold coins adjusted by respected goldsmiths to weights compatible with US dollars. One such piece, an NGC-graded XF 40 Lima, Peru, cob 8 escudos dated 1741 struck during the reign of Philip V of Spain and regulated by Boston goldsmith Joseph Edwards, Jr. (1737-1783) to $15 in circulating value, will cross the auction block in Daniel Frank Sedwick’s Treasure Auction 23. The sale will be held online at auction.sedwickcoins.com on May 15-16, 2018. The auction firm’s estimate for this coin is $100,000 and up.

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An NGC-graded XF 40 $15 regulated gold piece made from a Lima, Peru, cob 8 escudos dated 1741 by Boston goldsmith Joseph Edwards, Jr., ca. late 1700s.

“This is a very important piece for both the Spanish colonial coin collector as well as the US collector,” said company president Daniel Sedwick. “Never before have we offered such a significant gold coin; the dual-nation history it represents goes far beyond a simple countermark.”

The lot represents the only known gold piece regulated by Joseph Edwards, Jr. Edwards was a third-generation goldsmith from a prominent Boston family. He learned his craft from one of his uncles, Thomas or Samuel, and became a prosperous metalworker himself. The coin is also unique with a US dollar-denominated regulation on a Spanish colonial 8 escudos cob. Furthermore, it is pedigreed to the Julius L. Brown collection and was sold in the S.H. Chapman auction of 1911 as lot 343.

Also appearing in Sedwick’s auction is a group of ingots recovered from seven different shipwrecks. The top ingot lots are three large silver bars recovered from the Atocha, sunk in 1622 in the Gulf of Mexico. The finest one is a Class Factor 1.0-graded bar (the highest grade attainable for bars from the wreck) weighing in at 88 troy pounds, 3.84 troy ounces and dated 1621. It has an estimate of $30,000 and up. The other two large bars, with Class Factors 0.7 and 0.9, are estimated at $20,000 to $30,000 each. Another Atocha ingot of note in this auction is a rare cylindrical “piña” weighing 4,312 grams, estimated at $15,000 and up.

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Tax stamps in the name of King Philip III of Spain and fineness markings can be seen on the top of this unique “piña” ingot from the Atocha (1622).

Other top lots include:

  • A Lima, Peru, gold cob 8 escudos dated 1712 recovered from the 1715 Fleet and graded by NGC as MS 62, estimated at $12,500.
  • Half of a gold “finger” bar weighing 439 grams recovered from the “Golden Fleece wreck,” sunk ca. 1550 in the northern Caribbean, estimated at $17,500 and up.
  • A Costa Rica 8 reales 1846JB counterstamp on a Guatemala cob 8 reales dated 1739, estimated at $7,000 to $10,000.
  • An 1856-S Coronet Head Liberty $20 graded by NGC as UNC Details / sea salvaged from the “Fort Capron treasure,” estimated at $3,000 to $4,500.
  • A Puerto Rico 20 pesos specimen bank note circa 1889 graded by PMG as Gem UNC 65 EPQ (the finest and only known example in the PMG census), estimated at $1,500 and up.
  • Selections from the Richard Stuart collection mainly focusing on Honduras and Nicaragua provisional issues.
  • The James Bevill collection of Mexican coins and paper money, including several plated in his Texas history book The Paper Republic.
  • The Ricardo Muñiz collection of Mexico City, Mexico, pillar 1 reales.

Bidders can register for the auction at www.auction.sedwickcoins.com. The auction catalog will be available mid-April at www.sedwickcoins.com. For more details, please contact Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC at office@sedwickcoins.com.

Shipwreck artifacts and coins top Sedwick auction 22

14 Nov

Winter Park, Florida – Nov. 8, 2017 – Spanish colonial rarities set high prices in Daniel Frank Sedwick’s Treasure, World, U.S. Coin and Paper Money Auction 22, held Nov. 2-3, 2017. The event combined high-class material and international bidders with educational talks and social events. Across 2,341 lots, the sale realized $2.45 million in winning bids.  All prices listed include a 17.5 percent buyer’s premium.

Jorge Proctor giving his lecture “The Forgotten Mint of Colonial Panama”

Three large silver bars recovered from the Atocha shipwreck, sunk in 1622 off Florida, made impressive showings in the sale. One bar (lot 217) weighing in at 89 pounds, 0.5 troy ounces was the top lot in the auction with a price of $47,587.50. Another bar r (lot 216), slightly larger than the first at 89 pounds, 11.68 troy ounces, came in at $30,550. Finally (lot 218), a smaller, yet higher grade 43 pounds, 4.4 troy ounces bar earned $23,500.

Lot 1473 This Madonna brooch is an impressive survivor from the shipwrecked 1715 Fleet.

Another high-performing piece was lot 1473, an ornate gold-and-pearl “Madonna” brooch recovered from the “Rio Mar” shipwreck site of the 1715 Fleet. After heavy bidding both on the floor and online, the brooch sold for $47,000 on an estimate of $15,000 and up.

The top coin sold in the auction was lot 9, a Lima, Peru, 1697H gold cob 8 escudos “PVA” variety graded NGC MS 62. In addition to being the finest and only example listed on the NGC census, the coin also came from the 1715 Fleet. The coin brought in $38,187.50 on a $20,000- and-up estimate.

A finest-known, 1732F Mexico City-minted gold escudos denomination set (lots 144-146) consisting of the 4, 2 and 1 escudos garnered intense bidding. The 4 escudos, graded NGC MS 60 and designated as being from the 1733 Fleet, brought in $28,200 on an estimate of $20,000 and up. The 2 escudos, graded NGC AU 58, did even better and ended up selling for $30,550 on a $15,000-and-up estimate. Finally, the 1 escudo, graded NGC MS 61, surpassed the others and sold for $35,250 on an estimate of $15,000 and up.

Lot 745 Panama, cob 2 reales, Philip II, assayer oX at 4 o’clock, mintmark AP (Atocha 1622)

Strong prices were seen on early Mexican and Panama silver cobs. A very rare “Early Series” Charles-Joanna Mexican cob 3 reales with Gothic assayer “R” and three-dots denomination (lot 517) flew past its $10,000-$15,000 estimate to sell for $25,850. A Panama cob 2 reales with assayer initial X recovered from the Atocha shipwreck (lot 745) brought in the same price, this time on a $5,000-and-up estimate.

Other highlights from the sale include:

  • Lot 27: A Lima, Peru, 1713/2M cob 8 escudos graded NGC MS 64 and from the 1715 Fleet sold for $31,725.
  • Lot 209: A gold “oro corriente” cut ingot piece weighing 80.1 grams from an unidentified early 1500s Caribbean shipwreck sold for $19,975.
  • Lot 678: A Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales Royal, 1652E Transitional Type I/A, with crowned-600 countermark of Brazil sold for $8,812.50.
  • Lot 744: A Panama cob 4 reales, Philip II, assayer oB to left with mintmark AP above error denomination sold for $17,625.
  • Lot 986: A Le Cap, Haiti, 1 escalin with anchor countermark on a cut-down Lima, Peru, 1696H cob 1 real sold for $8,225.
  • Lot 1293: A Panama “Constancia de Panama” silver oval medal, Ferdinand VII, pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection sold for $14,100.
  • Lot 1410: A Panama series 1941, 1 balboa “Arias” note graded PCGS Choice About New 58 PPQ sold for $6,462.50.
  • Lot 1476: A 24-inch-long, gold chain weighing 66.54 grams sold for $15,275.
  • Lot 1684: A France (Lyon mint) 1723-D gold Louis d’or, Louis XV, from the Chameau shipwreck (1725) sold for $3,290.

See auction.sedwickcoins.com for all auction results. Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC is currently accepting consignments for their Treasure, World, U.S. Coin and Paper Money Auction 23 to be held May 15-16, 2018. For more details, please contact Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC at office@sedwickcoins.com. A full schedule of events including consignment deadlines can be found at www.sedwickcoins.com/schedule.htm.

Treasure coins, gold artifacts brighten Sedwick’s November Auction

26 Oct

Unique gold coins and artifacts will draw attention to Daniel Frank Sedwick’s Treasure, World, U.S. Coin and Paper Money Auction 22. Over 2,340 lots will be up for bidding in the combined floor and live online auction held Nov. 2-3. Online lot viewing and bidding is hosted at www.auction.sedwickcoins.com.

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This large gold disk weighing 1,434 grams was part of the Luz shipwreck treasure find.

One impressive artifact from the sale is lot 213: a large gold disk weighing over 1.4 kilograms recovered from the Luz shipwreck, sunk in 1752 off Montevideo, Uruguay. The Luz was carrying large gold holdings owned by the King of Spain as well as Jesuit missionaries when it was smashed upon the coastline during a storm.

Although contemporary salvage efforts recovered some of the Luz’s cargo, it wasn’t until 1992 that large amounts of gold escudos as well as gold ingots were found. After the disk’s discovery, it traded from collection to collection. It originally appeared in a 1993 Sotheby’s auction and once again in a 1997 Ponterio auction where it was the pictured on the back cover of the catalog. In Sedwick’s sale, the gold disk is estimated at $80,000 to $120,000.

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This Madonna brooch is an impressive survivor from the shipwrecked 1715 Fleet.

Another unique treasure item in the auction is lot 1473: a beautiful gold-and-pearl “Madonna” brooch recovered from “Rio Mar” site of the 1715 Fleet, sunk in 1715 off the east coast of Florida. The large and ornate pendant features a crowned female figure surrounded by ornate framework decorated with many pearls. The pendant is suspended from a moving crown featuring more intricate goldwork and pearl settings. While the female figure has led to a popular reference as a “Madonna” brooch, the female appears to be Our Lady of Guadalupe.

The brooch is an impressive survivor from the wreck, given the ornate gold design that somehow survived 274 years underwater. It was discovered by the famous Mel Fisher salvaging company in 1989 and later pictured in the book Dreamweaver: The Story of Mel Fisher (1996) by Bob Weller. It will be offered with an estimate of $15,000 and up.

Other artifacts from the 1715 Fleet will be offered in the sale including lot 1474: a set of pearl earrings similar in style to the “Madonna” brooch found at the Cabin wreck site, estimated at $6,000 to $9,000. Also, a set of 1715- and 1716-dated London, England Post Boy newspapers reporting on the 1715 Fleet disaster and subsequent recovery efforts is lot 1460 and estimated at $4,000 to $6,000.

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A unique 1750/48 Guatemala cob 1 escudo pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection.

Beyond shipwreck treasures, a number of very rare coins will appear in the auction. Notably, a unique 1750/48 Guatemala bust-type gold 1 escudo will be offered as lot 130 with an estimate of $25,000 and up. The coin features the bust of Ferdinand VI and was struck by hand using a design intended for machine-struck coins. The hammered gold coins of Guatemala are the rarest of all Spanish colonial gold coins with only four 1 escudos known. Only one, the coin being offered, is dated 1750. It is pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection and is plated on page 183 in Historia de la Casa de Moneda de Guatemala (2010) by Carlos Jara.

The auction will feature the largest offering ever of Panama cobs, Nicaragua and Honduras imitation cobs, and Admiral Vernon medals, pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection. A rare, unlisted pairing of a Costa Rican 8 reales with an 1846JB 2 reales counterstamp (Type V) with “8” on a Potosi, Bolivia cob 8 reales dated 1771 is lot 838 with an estimate of $8,000 to $12,000.

Another rarity also from the Richard Stuart collection being offered is lot 744: a Panama Philip II cob 4 reales with the mintmark AP above an error “III” denomination. It is a plate coin in both Spain, Portugal and the New World (2002) by Chet Krause and Clifford Mishler as well as The Forgotten Mint of Colonial Panama (2005) by Jorge Proctor. The coin has an estimate of $10,000 and up.

Other top lots in the auction include:

  • Lots 144, 145 and 146: A group of first year type, Mexico City-minted 1732 gold 4, 2 and 1 escudos, all graded by NGC and the finest known in the NGC census, estimated at $20,000 and up (for the 4 escudos) as well as $15,000 and up (for 2 and 1 escudos).
  • Lot 160: An 1822, assayer JM, Mexican 8 escudos featuring Iturbide with the corrected “Augustin” spelling variety, graded NGC MS 62, estimated at $20,000 to $30,000.
  • Lot 13: A 1701, assayer H, Lima, Peru cob 4 escudos recovered from the 1715 Fleet, graded NGC MS 64, estimated at $20,000 and up.
  • Lots 216 and 217: Two large, 89-pound silver bars recovered from the Atocha (sunk in 1622), each estimated at $25,000 and up.
  • Lot 493: An 1857-S Liberty Head $20 double eagle recovered from the SS Central America (sunk in 1857), graded PCGS MS 64, estimated at $10,000 to $15,000.
  • Lot 1334: A 1916 Standing Liberty quarter, graded NGC VG 10, estimated at $3,500 to $5,000.
  • Lot 1364: A unique 1861 Banco de Santiago 100 pesos bank note, estimated at $10,000 and up.
  • Lot 1381: A 1921 Costa Rican 2 colones bank note, the finest known in the PMG census, estimated at $2,500 to $3,750.

An internet-only session will be held Monday, Nov. 6 featuring selected items from all sessions. Bidders can register for the auction at www.auction.sedwickcoins.com. For more details, please contact Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC at office@sedwickcoins.com.

Subasta de Monedas y Billetes de Daniel Frank Sedwick, llc #22

20 Oct

Sesiones 1-7. En SALA y por Internet Jueves-Viernes Noviembre, 2-3, 2017 / Sesion 8 – Solo por internet, Lunes Noviembre, 6, 2017.

Al igual que con todas nuestras subastas, muchas grandes colecciones han convergido en una increíble presentación una vez más. Esta será nuestra mayor venta hasta la fecha, particularmente con la segunda parte de selecciones de la colección de Richard Stuart. Algunas de las áreas en la cual poner atención:

  • En las macuquinas de oro ofrecemos la mejor selección de Lima que hemos tenido, en su mayoría de la flota de 1715, incluidos MUCHOS de los mejores ejemplares conocidos.

Nuestras secciones usuales de macuquinas de México, Lima y Potosí están llenas de trofeos numismáticos, envolviendo muchas monedas importantes de Carlos y Juana de México (¡incluyendo un fantástico 3 reales!), Pero esta venta tiene un área dedicada a una de las macuquinas más rara hechas en América se trata de la mayor colección de macuquinas de Panamá que se ha armado, gracias a Richard Stuart.

Hablando de Richard Stuart, las selecciones de su amplia colección de material centroamericano continúan poblando nuestra sección de Monedas de Plata del Mundo, con la mejor oferta de Honduras y Nicaragua “macuquinas de imitación” provisional (presentada por Carlos Jara), la más grande jamás vista selección de contramarcas de Guatemala (incluido el tipo “moclón” de 1662) y presentaciones significativas en Costa Rica y Panamá también.

En la sección de monedas mundiales de oro, tenemos el honor de presentar, como el único 1 escudo de Guatemala macuquino fechado 1750/48 e importantes rarezas de oro de la República Centroamericana de Costa Rica y Guatemala y otros países como un set de las primeras monedas producidas en moneda de Oro de cordoncillo en América, se trata de 1,2 y 4 Escudos de 1732 de la ceca de México.

Una colección a recalcar es la Colección Potomac de Columnarios Mexicanos, la mayoría en grados exquisito, claramente ensamblados con un ojo para la calidad sin perseguir capsulas plásticas.

Otro logro de Richard Stuart se refleja en la sección de Medallas con su colección de medallas del Almirante Vernon, presentada aquí como la oferta única más grande y selecta en los tiempos modernos, con una breve presentación de Daniel Frank Sedwick.

Nuestras secciones de Monedas y Papel moneda de EE. UU. Continúan creciendo, con importantes ofertas de América Latina y México, como una única presentación de 100 pesos del Banco de Santiago (Chile) y un conjunto completo de pruebas de Chihuahua (México).

Como siempre habrá presentaciones académicas en SALA el día antes de la subasta, esta vez de Jorge Proctor nos dará una cátedra oportuna sombre las macuquinas de Panamá, Carlos Jara nos deleitara con una disertación sobre numismática provisional de Honduras y Nicaragua. Con gran honor tendremos la presencia internacional de Manuel Chacón (curador del Museo del Banco Central de Costa Rica) y finalmente cerramos las disertaciones con el estudioso y Capitán, John Brandon que nos presentara historia y conservación de naufragios. El lunes después de la subasta en SALA será la subasta solo por Internet, (tenga en cuenta que el Lunes 6 de noviembre cambia la hora en EE. UU. de EDT a EST), la “sección de “internet only” está llena de cientos de lotes enfocados en coleccionista conscientes de su presupuesto pero aun buscando la calidad. Con material de todas las secciones.

Página principal de la subasta:  http://www.sedwickcoins.com/ta22/catalog.htm

Pujas y registracion: www.auction.sedwickcoins.com

Time to SELL in Sedwick’s next Treasure, World, U.S. Coin & Paper Money Auction

8 Jul

cropped-10451071_735653903139294_9095171355971243803_n Now is not too early to consign to our Treasure, World and U.S. Coin & Paper Money Auction #22, which will be our Fifth LIVE PUBLIC FLOOR sale. As usual this event will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton at Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, FL, with live floor auction on Thursday-Friday, November 2-3, 2017 and lot viewing and guest speakers the day before (Wednesday, November 1).

The special room rate will be available until October 9th or until the group block is sold out, whichever comes first. Booking a reservation is simple: Just click here to receive our preferred group rate: “Book a Room
If you prefer to make your reservation by phone, please call the hotel at 407.934.1000 and specify group code “SED” 1-800-222-TREE(8733). Hotel address and details as follows: Walt Disney World, 2305 Hotel Plaza | Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, Florida – USA 32830 – Tel: +1-407.934.1000 | Fax: +1-407.934.1015

This will be the MOST IMPORTANT auction of the year, featuring Part II of selections from the Richard Stuart collection, with exceptional exposure both from the LIVE FLOOR and simultaneous INTERNET BIDDING.

We urge you not to wait till the last weeks to consign. Please consult with us about your consignments now. Also there is plenty of time to meet to discuss and deliver your consignments in person. We will travel to you for qualified consignments. Also note you will be able to see us in person at ANA World’s Fair of Money in Denver, August 1-5. We will also be offering much new inventory at this show!

We are seeking consignments of better shipwreck coins and gold cobs, world gold coins, high-grade Latin American coin collections and high-end shipwreck gold artifacts (particularly gold and silver ingots). Our buyers stand ready to bid on YOUR treasures!

We look forward to hearing from you, with thanks in advance. Do not forget to check our Online Store.

Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC

 

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