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Gabinet Numizmatyczny D. Marciniak - Auction 5, Lot 2356
Wallachia, Radu Mihnea, Groat 1659 Hospodarstwo wołoskie, Michał Radu, Szeląg 1659 Walachei, Radu Mihnea, Schilling 1659 Zielona patyna. Grade: VF More photos and full item description available on auction site here Starting Price: 150 PLN...
9 Jun 2018240 PLN
Gabinet Numizmatyczny D. Marciniak - Auction 6, Lot 3479
Romania, Wallachia, Dinar (1364-1377) - rare Rumunia, Hospodarstwo wołoskie, Dinar (1364-1377) - rzadki Rumänien, Walachei, Dinar (1364-1377) - selten Bardzo ładny egzemplarz rzadkiej monety z czasów Władysław I Vlaicu Voda. Awers: tarcza herbowa, MLADISLAI WAIWODE. Rewers: orzeł stojący na hełmie w lewo, TRANSA-LPINI. Srebro, średnica 17.4 mm, waga 0.81 g. Grade: XF/XF+ More photos and full item description available on auction site here Starting Price: 26 EUR...
6 Oct 2018139 EUR
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 10
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 2 escudos, 1714J, NGC MS 65, ex-1715 Fleet (designated on label), ex-Dr. Frank Sedwick. S-M30; KM-53.2; CT-350. 6.71 grams. Finest specimen known, in our estimation, with very choice full date, oMJ, shield and cross, and with luster and sharp details all over (more like MS 66 or even 67 to our eyes), tiny spot of encrustation in crevices of crown. NGC #4688835-001. From the 1715 Fleet, pedigreed to our Auction #11, with original lot-tag #9. Estimate: $5000-10000...
15 May 20185,250 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 35
Bogota, Colombia, cob 2 escudos, (1)679(G or P), very rare. Restrepo-M66; S-B22a; KM-14.1; CT-147. 6.61 grams. Clear bottoms of digits of date (confirmed by style), nice full shield and good bold cross with dark sediment around details, AU-. Estimate: $1500-2250...
15 May 20182,100 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 75
Seville, Spain, cob 1 escudo, Philip III or IV, assayer not visible. 2.46 grams. Tiny flan from old clipping, most of shield and cross (the latter off-center), nick in edge. Estimate: $350-500...
15 May 2018600 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 123
Anglo-Gallic Aquitaine (struck in Bordeaux, France, 1362-72), 1 hardi d'or, Edward the Black Prince, NGC UNC details / mount removed. Fr-10. 3.91 grams. Full details, the flan in fact extending beyond the legends, but with very minor edge-smoothing indicative of light mounting, popular historical piece struck on French soil in the name of an English prince (son of Edward III and father of Richard II) after his acquisition of Aquitaine in the Battle of Poitiers. NGC #4690086-001. Estimate: $5...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 125
Potosi, Bolivia, bust 4 escudos, Charles IV, 1803PJ, very rare, NGC AU 53, finest and only example in NGC census. CT-254; KM-80. Bold strike and beautifully lustrous, also faintly toned, looks MS or at least AU 58 but with a couple tiny marks restricting its grade (also small natural flaws on cheek), still remarkable as the ONLY example slabbed by NGC or PCGS and therefore the finest specimen on record. NGC #4226247-011. Estimate: $3500-5000...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 126
Potosi, Bolivia, bust 2 escudos, Charles III, 1787PR, rare, PCGS XF detail / tooled. CT-530; KM-57. Key date of a rare type (in fact the only example seen by PCGS or NGC), with bold details and light toning all over (matte surfaces) but odd natural metal-flow flaw or fire damage (possibly from a shipwreck), that PCGS calls "tooling," on right side of reverse. PCGS #84682253. Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 20181,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 137
Popayan, Colombia, bust 8 escudos, Charles IV, 1793JF, NGC MS 61, finest known in NGC census. Restrepo-98.6; CT-71; KM-62.2. Choice strike and luster, traces of toning at rims, minimal marks (light scratch at top of head), single highest-grade specimen at NGC or PCGS. NGC #2801828-012. Estimate: $2000-3000...
15 May 20182,200 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 164
France (Avignon mint), ecu d'or a la couronne, Charles VI (1380-1422), 4th emission. Fr-291. 3.93 grams. Broad-flan AU- with full legends and inner details enhanced by reddish toning around details. Estimate: $600-900...
15 May 2018555 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 165
France, ecu d'or, Charles VIII (1483-98), NGC AU 58. Fr-318. 3.42 grams. Full details, with muted luster, choice grade. NGC #4494522-008. Estimate: $700-1000...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 211
Cuzco, Peru, 8 escudos, 1826GM, PCGS VF details / tooled. KM-148.2. Crudely scrubbed Liberty side, and with rough metal in center of arms (flawed or damaged, in other words, but not necessarily tooled), still with luster and decent details. Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 20181,200 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 231
Lot of five Spain (various mints) bust 1/2E, Philip V (one) and Charles III (four), as follows: Seville, 1744PJ and 1788C; Madrid, 1773PJ, 1786DV and 1788M. CT-587, 808, 767, 778, 781; KM-361.1, 425.2, 415.1, 425.1. 8.60 grams total. All undamaged VF/XF with red toning (deeply so on all but the 1744), great for the jeweler or entry-level collector. Estimate: $600-900...
15 May 2018800 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 240
Lot of two small, natural gold nuggets, 10.00 grams total. About 1" and 5/8". The larger one flattish and semicircular, with whitish encrustation or matrix (possibly from a shipwreck), and the other a clean, irregular blob. Non-wreck Estimate: $400-600...
15 May 2018475 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 241
Small silver ingot, 44.43 grams, with crowned cross-lions-castles tax stamp (Mexico or Santo Domingo), very rare, from the "Power Plant wreck" (late 1500s). About 1-3/4" x 1-3/4" x 1/4". As described in the book Spanish Treasure Bars, by Craig and Richards (2003), for at least 60 years beachcombers on the east coast of Florida in the vicinity of a nuclear power plant have found Mexican Philip II coins and small, flat ingots of varying weights like this one, with markings of crowned cross with...
15 May 20185,500 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 242
Silver "tumbaga" bar #M-136, 2801 grams, stamped with fineness LV9cccc (1900/2400), serial RLXXX and assayer B~Vo, from the "Tumbaga wreck" (ca. 1528). 13-3/8" x 3-1/2" x 7/16". Thin and neatly formed ingot with relatively smooth top punctuated by pits from gas bubbles or burnt-off charcoal, clear markings in one cluster on bottom, crude rectangular assayer's "bite" in one corner, minimal surface corrosion. As time has gone by since their discovery in 1992, these "tumbaga" ingots have become ...
15 May 20188,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 246
Silver "pina" ingot, 4312 grams, marked with fineness IIUCCCLXXX (2380/2400 = 99% fine) and serial number XIX, from the Atocha (1622). 5" wide at top, 5-1/2" tall, with 2" cylindrical hole in center. Hidden among the hundreds of large, loaf-shaped silver ingots found on the Atocha was this oddly cylindrical piece with similar markings, a very rare ingot known as a "pina" that had an important role in the "patio" refining process in Mexico. The patio process, invented in the mid-1500s by Barto...
15 May 201826,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 250
Neatly formed silver ingot, 1967 grams, about 98.5% fine, with stamps of the Amsterdam chamber of the VOC (Dutch East India Co.) and "jumping goat" assayer-mark of Otto and/or Wouter Buck, from the Rooswijk (1739). 6-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/4". Like nearly all the ingots from this wreck, this piece is beautifully uncorroded and graced with bold marks on one side, the opposite end showing several adjustment cuts with wide, deep pit inside, very light filing on one edge. From the Rooswijk (1739). R...
15 May 20185,500 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 252
Mexico City, Mexico, 4 reales, Charles-Joanna, "Late Series," assayer L to left, mintmark M to right (L-M). Nesmith-82; Cal-86; S-M9. 9.92 grams. Nice full inner details and nearly full legends, no doubling or bad corrosion, dark rusty color as usual. Spanish 1554 Fleet off Padre Island, Texas Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018450 USD
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Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 253
Mexico City, Mexico, 4 reales, Charles-Joanna, "Early Series," assayer P/R at bottom between pillars, motto in rhomboid panel. Nesmith-unlisted; Cal-70 type; S-M4. 13.02 grams. Full inner details with wear or weakness but no corrosion, lots of bold legend, nicely toned. Important because of its die match to assayer-R coinage. "Golden Fleece wreck," sunk ca. 1550 in the northern Caribbean Estimate: $2000-3000...
15 May 20181,900 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 254
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip II, assayer not visible (F or oF). KM-43. 23.97 grams. Good full cross and shield and denomination 8, nicely toned, solid (minimal corrosion). "Rill Cove wreck," sunk ca. 1618 off Cornwall, England Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018350 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 278
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 2 reales, Philip III, assayer F, Grade 1, with tag only (certificate missing). KM-32.1 or 32.2. 5.98 grams. Choice full cross, full but lightly corroded shield, patchy toning, edge-split. With Fisher tag #4883. Santa Margarita, sunk in 1622 west of Key West, Florida Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018750 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 286
Lot of four Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, Philip III, assayer T or not visible, Grades 2, 3 and 4 (2), with tags only (certificates missing). KM-8. 19.36 grams total. Mostly heavily corroded but with recognizable crosses and shields, some toned. With Fisher tags #5020, 5317, 5369 and 5649. Santa Margarita, sunk in 1622 west of Key West, Florida Estimate: $350-500...
15 May 2018720 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 289
Lot of nine Potosi, Bolivia, cob fragments (denominations uncertain), Philip III, assayers not visible, no tags or certificates. 46.89 grams total. Mostly thin slivers, one with interior hole, as heavily corroded and worn, but all with at least some part of shield and/or cross visible. Santa Margarita, sunk in 1622 west of Key West, Florida Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018190 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 292
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip III, assayer not visible, Grade 2, NGC Sao Jose / shipwreck effect. KM-32.1 or 32.2. Good full shield and cross, king's ordinal III, light surface corrosion and uneven toning (needs to be cracked out and re-cleaned). With original (generic) certificate from the salvagers. Sao Jose, sunk in 1622 off Mozambique, east of Africa Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 305
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayer P. S-M19; KM-45. 25.71 grams. Oval flan with nice full shield and cross, clear oMP and denomination, no toning or corrosion, high grade. Concepcion, sunk in 1641 off Hispaniola Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018160 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 375
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, 1651(O or E), with crown-alone countermark (rare variety) on cross. KM-19b. 15.10 grams. Bold date and nearly full countermark on uncorroded cross side, the shield side heavily corroded, making the coin thin. With Marex tag #91-8R-0954. Maravillas, sunk in 1656 off Grand Bahama Island Estimate: $400-600...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 376
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, 1651(O or E), with crowned-dot-F-dot countermark on shield. KM-19b. 23.90 grams. Solid specimen with no visible corrosion, full shield with bold countermark, full cross with full date, toned in crevices. With Marex tag #91-8R-0322. Maravillas, sunk in 1656 off Grand Bahama Island Estimate: $350-500...
15 May 2018350 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 392
Cartagena, Colombia, cob 8 reales, (1655S), very rare, PCGS VF detail / saltwater damage, 1974 Schulman auction cover coin, ex-Eldorado. Restrepo-M48.2; S-C4; KM-7.2; CT-258. 15.52 grams. Bold full pillars-and-waves and shield, full denomination VIII (reading upward, vertically) to left, with contrasting dark toning in crevices, solid in appearance despite the low weight, easily recognizable type but lacking mintmark or date or assayer, highly important to shipwreck collectors for its "cover p...
15 May 20182,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 393
Cartagena, Colombia, cob 4 reales, (1655)S, very rare. Restrepo-M40; S-C4; KM-10.2; CT-655. 6.59 grams. Thin from corrosion but with bold full pillars and shield and nicely toned all over (good contrast), in fact unique with both C and S visible to right of shield (all other specimens show just one or the other, or neither). Maravillas, sunk in 1656 off Grand Bahama Island Estimate: $1250-2000...
15 May 20181,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 460
Lot of seventeen Mexico City, Mexico, cob 4R, Charles II and Philip V, assayers L and J (where visible), partially cleaned. 155.83 grams total. Most corroded but several rather solid (some possibly 8R and 2R), one with bright orange encrustation and another with thick crust of light gray, all mostly dark and dirty but with generally clear crosses and/or shields. Spanish 1715 Fleet, east coast of Florida Estimate: $800-1200...
15 May 20181,100 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 461
Large lot of 100 Mexico City, Mexico, cob 1R and 1/2R, Charles II and Philip V, assayers L and J (where visible), partially cleaned. 164.89 grams total. All dark, with light oxidation and some encrustation, but most with clear crosses and/or monograms, great for cleaning and marketing individually. Spanish 1715 Fleet, east coast of Florida Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 20182,600 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 462
Large lot of 100 Mexico City, Mexico, cob 1R and 1/2R, Charles II and Philip V, assayers L and J (where visible), partially cleaned. 162.93 grams total. All dark, with light oxidation and some encrustation, but most with clear crosses and/or monograms, great for cleaning and marketing individually. Spanish 1715 Fleet, east coast of Florida Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 20182,200 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 463
Large lot of 100 Mexico City, Mexico, cob 1R and 1/2R, Charles II and Philip V, assayers L and J (where visible), partially cleaned. 155.05 grams total. All dark, with light oxidation and some encrustation, but most with clear crosses and/or monograms, great for cleaning and marketing individually. Spanish 1715 Fleet, east coast of Florida Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 20182,200 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 464
Large lot of 82 (+/-) Mexico City, Mexico, cob 1R and 1/2R, Charles II and Philip V, assayers L and J (where visible), partially cleaned. 129.82 grams total. All dark, with light oxidation and some encrustation, but most with clear crosses and/or monograms, great for cleaning and marketing individually. Spanish 1715 Fleet, east coast of Florida Estimate: $800-1200...
15 May 20182,400 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 466
Massive, totally encrusted clump of ten (+/-) 8 reales cobs plus rocks and large piece of iron. 1266 grams, roughly 9" x 5" x 3". One of the largest coin clumps we have seen in decades, formed by the oxidation and cocooning of a piece of iron (known to salvagers as an "EO," for Encrusted Object), in this case possibly part of a cannonball and barrel hoop, with obvious protrusions of coins here and there (also completely encrusted) that all seem to be 8 reales by size, all probably solid and u...
15 May 20185,500 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 476
France (Poitiers mint), louis d'or, Louis XV, 1724-G, encrusted as found. KM-470.7. 6.56 grams. Interesting specimen with dark encrustation in obverse legend and most of reverse but with bust and date fully exposed (UNC) and clear mintmark on reverse (a one-year type), small natural void in edge. Le Chameau, sunk in 1725 off Nova Scotia, Canada Estimate: $1250-2000...
15 May 20181,600 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 491
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, 1732F, NGC genuine / Vliegenthart Treasure. S-M26; KM-47a; CT-764. 26.12 grams. Full oMF and 17 of date, nearly full cross, no corrosion or toning. NGC #4483523-033. Vliegenthart, sunk in 1735 off Zeeland, Netherlands Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 502
Overijssel, United Netherlands, "rider" ducatoon, 1734. KM-90.1. 32.59 grams. Virtually flawless Mint State, no corrosion or damage, light steel-gray toning all over. Vliegenthart, sunk in 1735 off Zeeland, Netherlands Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018325 USD
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Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 576
Great Britain (London, England), gold half guinea, George III, 1781. Sp-3734; KM-605. 4.16 grams. Well-detailed AU with slightly grainy surfaces from either sandwashing or old polishing (or both), rare provenance known for copper coins but not gold (this being the first example we have seen). With photo-certificate. Faithful Steward, sunk in 1785 off Delaware Estimate: $500-750...
15 May 20181,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 598
Encrusted clump of six Spanish colonial bust 8 reales (probably Mexico or Guatemala, Charles IV). 152.73 grams total. Excellent display consisting of fairly solid coins in orangish-white sandy encrustation with tiny shell bits, one coin with fully exposed Charles IV obverse and one coin 1/3 exposed, the rest completely cocooned. "Guatemala wreck," sunk ca. 1807 in the northern Caribbean Estimate: $500-750...
15 May 2018550 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 599
Encrusted clump of three Spanish colonial bust 8 reales (probably Mexico or Guatemala, Charles IV). 107.51 grams total. Fallen stack of coins with top and bottom coins only partially exposed, with top of Charles IV head showing on one and lustrous reverse partially exposed on the other, the rest completely cocooned in orangish-white sandy encrustation with small piece of rusty iron at one end, an attractive display to be sure. "Guatemala wreck," sunk ca. 1807 in the northern Caribbean Estim...
15 May 2018375 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 606
USA (Philadelphia mint), half dollar seated Liberty, 1840, encased in Lucite with a brass button, a brass tack, a brass ring, an encrusted coin (black) and some shells. 499 grams, 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 2". The main coin with UNC details but areas of edge lost to corrosion, the other coin completely cocooned in black oxidation, the three brass pieces all more or less intact, overall a neat promotional display, surely worth more than the sum of its parts. With wooden stand and box, plus original, h...
15 May 2018500 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 609
Santiago, Chile, 50 centavos, 1855, in Global Certification Services capsule. KM-128. Lustrous XF/AU with tiny bits of toning and minor bagmarks and hairlines but no shipwreck damage or corrosion. S.S. Central America, sunk in 1857 in deep water off North Carolina Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 625
Seville, Spain, cob 2 escudos, Philip II, assayer B below denomination and mintmark S to left, mounted cross-side out in 14K gold bezel with shackle bail. 12.21 grams total. Nice full cross-and-tressure with prominent compass ring around center, good full shield with bold mintmark and assayer, partial date to right (1593 or 1595), AU. Estimate: $1500-2250...
15 May 20182,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 626
Seville, Spain, cob 2 escudos, Philip II or III, assayer not visible, mounted cross-side out in 14K gold bezel on silver money clip. 43.28 grams total. Bold full cross, close to AU but of course the shield side cannot be seen. Estimate: $800-1200...
15 May 2018900 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 660
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 2 reales, Philip IV or Charles II, assayer G, mounted cross-side out in 14K gold bezel with shackle bail. 11.52 grams total. Nice full cross, nearly full shield with bold assayer, peripherally flat, VF+. Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018525 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 689
Mexico City, Mexico, 4 reales, Charles-Joanna, "Early Series," assayer P to right, mintmark M to left (oMo-oPo), Bevill Plate. Nesmith- 26 for type; CT-74 type; S-M4. 13.63 grams. Deep rainbow toning, full details (legends and interiors), AU or better but with areas of very light surface pitting as from the "Golden Fleece wreck" (ca. 1550), otherwise choice. HISPANIE variety, with unusual stops (cross potents with annulets in corners) between words in legend on both sides, also a die match to ...
15 May 20181,300 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 718
Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayer D. S-M18a; KM-45. 27.05 grams. Very bold and choice full shield and cross (XF or better) but peripheries mostly flat, bold denomination 8 and nearly full king's name PHILIPVS, nicely toned. Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018300 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 747
Lot of nine Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayers D or P (where visible), with test-cuts and chopmarks as from circulation in Asia. KM-45. 236.47 grams total. Generally Fine with nearly full shields and crosses, all with cuts and chops, a few with light encrustation, from a hoard in Asia. Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 748
Lot of nine Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayers D or P (where visible), with test-cuts and chopmarks as from circulation in Asia. KM-45. 239.51 grams total. Generally Fine with nearly full shields and crosses, all with cuts and chops, one with small hole, from a hoard in Asia. Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 749
Lot of nine Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayers D or P (where visible), with test-cuts and chopmarks as from circulation in Asia. KM-45. 229.72 grams total. Generally Fine with nearly full shields and crosses, all with cuts and chops, a few darkly toned and one heavily clipped, from a hoard in Asia. Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 750
Lot of three Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, Charles II, assayers not visible, ex-Pasay hoard (Philippines). KM-46. 80.44 grams total. Two toned but one pristine white, all technically high grade (VF or better) but mostly weakly struck and with flat peripheries, one with sharp, upturned points for corners. Estimate: $250-375...
15 May 2018325 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 752
Denomination set of Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8-4-2-1-1/2 reales, 1732F, in custom plastic holder. Entire item: 224 grams, 8-1/4" x 3". Very bold full dates, the coins F-VF with nice toning, full or nearly full crosses. The 4R also bears a flower countermark on reverse for Madura Island (Indonesia), 1/2 real batu (1814). Housed in custom plastic holder. Estimate: $400-600...
15 May 2018750 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 850
Lot of nine Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, Philip IV, assayers T or TR (where visible), with test-cuts and chopmarks as from circulation in Asia. KM-19a. 237.45 grams total. Full crosses and shields, F-VF with light toning, much scarcer than chopmarked Mexican cobs, from a hoard in Asia. Estimate: $1000-1500...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 909
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 8 reales, 1743C. S-P49; KM-31a; CT-906. 18.59 grams. Bold pillars and cross, clear date and assayer, with light surface corrosion and part of edge either clipped (possibly for an African standard) or corroded away, VF with dark patches. Estimate: $125-200...
15 May 2018100 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 954
Lot of four Potosi, Bolivia, cob 4 reales, Philip V, dates and assayers as follows: 1740M, 1742P, 1743C and 1745q. KM-30a. 52.98 grams total. All with brown sediment as from the same hoard, F-VF on average, chunky and with parts of edge crude (as made) but with generally full (or nearly so) crosses and clear dates. Estimate: $500-750...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 975
Potosi, Bolivia, cob 2 reales, 1705Y, unique error struck on a 1R planchet. S-P43a; KM-29 (for normal flan); CT-1327 (for normal flan). 3.40 grams. Full but off-center pillars with clear denomination 2, crude cross (doubled and weak), non-toned Fine, first specimen we have seen or heard of. Estimate: $125-200...
15 May 2018120 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 988
Large lot of 28 Potosi, Bolivia, cob 1/2R, Philip V through Charles III, dates and assayers not visible. 45.89 grams total. Typically chunky and sharply cut, with most of cross and monogram but no dates, all more or less toned, no holes or corrosion, Fine on average. Estimate: $350-500...
15 May 2018365 USD
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Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1068
Potosi, Bolivia, pillar 4 reales, Charles III, 1767JR, six-petal rosettes, rare. KM-49; CT-1167. 13.29 grams. Attractively toned XF with a few minor marks, one dig or chopmark below U of QUE, slightly off-center strike, scarce first date of issue. Estimate: $350-500...
15 May 2018400 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1084
Potosi, Bolivia, proof 20 centavos, 1884FE. KM-159.2. 4.96 grams. Lustrous Proof with lovely blue toning all over, light surface hairlines, no wear or marks, listed in KM as rare and without values. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018250 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1097
Colombia, pair of uniface silver die-trials of the reverses for 8R- and 4R-sized proclamation medals (same design), Charles III, 1760. Restrepo-p. 111; Herrera-93, 94. 58.25 grams total. Both attractively toned AU with no significant marks or wear, the larger one with horizontal die-crack that is also evident in the Restrepo Plate Coin. Estimate: $1250-2000...
15 May 20181,100 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1100
Cartagena, Colombia, copper 2 reales, 18(13-14), NGC VF 30 BN. Restrepo-136.4; KM-D1. Darkly toned all over, mostly bold details but some weak spots (typically crude), the 18 of date barely visible but the last two digits smooth, attributable to only 1813 or 1814, but slab label says "(1811)," probably in reference to this issue being from the period of Cartagena's first independence from Spain, which began in 1811. NGC #2741459-012. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018200 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1107
Lot of three Colombian minors: 1R, Popayan, 1831RU, and Bogota, 1833RS; 1/2R, Bogota, 1834RS. Restrepo-154.14, 153.10, 150.3; KM-87.2, 87.1 and 88.1. 6.51 grams total. Toned VF, no problems, parts of rims crude or weak (as made). Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1113
Bogota, Colombia, 2 reales, 1848, PCGS MS63, finest known in PCGS census. Restrepo-190.3; KM-105. 5.24 grams. Beautifully rainbow toned over luster, no marks or wear but some high points weak, tops at PCGS and tied with one other at this grade in the NGC census. PCGS #34958701. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018190 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1120
Lot of six Colombian minors: 2R, Bogota, 1844RS (two); 1R, Bogota, 1853; 1/2R, Popayan, 1839RU and 1844UM (rare assayer for date); 1/4R, Popayan, 1855. Restrepo-187.11, 185.3, 178.3, 178.16 and 175.12; KM-97.1, 112, 96.2 and 108.2. 16.63 grams total. VF-XF+, some with corrosion and/or weak centers but all with clear details, mostly lightly toned. Estimate: $400-600...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1128
Lot of two Medellin, Colombia, minors: 1 decimo 1874/3 and 1/2 decimo 1873. Restrepo-271.1 and 260.1; KM-151.2 and 150.4. 3.70 grams total. Both rather worn (Fine or so), the 1d nicely toned but nearly smooth on date, and the 1/2d listed as rare in KM without values. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018120 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1131
Lot of seven Colombian minors: 1/2 decimo, Bogota, 1868, and Popayan, 1869/8, and Medellin, 1871; 1/4 decimo, Bogota, 1864, and Popayan, 1864 (3). Restrepo-256.1, 258.2, 259.2, 246.3, 248.4; KM-150.1, 150.3, 150.2a, 143.1, 143.2. 6.72 grams total. Mostly F-VF but one coin Good, all more or less toned, no big problems. The Popayan 1/4R 1864's are of two different varieties, one with solid stars and the other (two examples) with hollow centers. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1132
Bogota, Colombia, 2-1/2 centavos, 1877, PCGS MS66, finest known in PCGS and NGC censuses. Restrepo-249.6; KM-169. 0.59 gram. Light rainbow toning over muted luster, choice strike, no marks or wear at all, simply the best. PCGS #34958706. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018190 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1134
Lot of two Colombia (struck at the Heaton mint, Birmingham, England), copper-nickel 1-1/4 centavos, 1874, NGC MS 66 and 65, ex-Heaton Mint Archives (stated on labels). Restrepo-245.1; KM-173. Choice strikes and near-prooflike luster (the MS 65 slightly less so), no marks or wear at all. NGC #4687761-006, -007. Estimate: $125-200...
15 May 2018120 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1135
Colombia (struck in London), 50 centavos, 1892, Columbus commemorative, small bust variety, PCGS MS64, ex-Dana Roberts (stated on label). Restrepo-408.1; KM-187.2. 12.54 grams. No toning, good luster, free of any marks or distractions, in fact tied with two others for finest known in PCGS census. PCGS #34958708. Pedigreed to the Dana Roberts collection. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018260 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1143
Costa Rica, 8 reales, 1846JB 2-reales counterstamp (Type V) with "8" countermark on a Guatemala cob 8 reales, 1739(J), extremely rare, ex-Haberthuer. KM-59. 26.43 grams. This curious coin merits attention on several levels. First, it is an example of multi-country usage, as it was originally struck in Guatemala under Spanish rule in 1739 but was then counterstamped for official circulation in Costa Rica more than 100 years later, at a time when Costa Rica was an independent country, but with "...
15 May 20187,000 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1148
Lot of two counterstamped Costa Rica 1R on Spanish colonial cob 1R of the 1700s: 1846JB (Type IV) and 1849JB (unlisted Type, very rare). KM-47 and unl.. 4.68 grams total. This pair illustrates the differences between the common 1846JB counterstamp (Type IV) and the very rare 1849JB counterstamp (unlisted). Beginning in 1846, the lack of Costa Rican coinage led to the counterstamping of circulated Potosi and Lima cobs. By mid-1849, however, the practice was banned in favor of circulating newly ...
15 May 20181,400 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1158
Costa Rica, 1 colon, 1923 countermark (Type VIII) on a Costa Rica 50 centavos of 1918, PCGS MS64, c/m UNC detail, ex-Davis Burnett (stated on label). KM-165. 9.70 grams. Bold and lustrous, with splashes of rainbow toning, the finest specimen we have seen and among the highest graded by either PCGS or NGC. PCGS #34946908. Pedigreed to the Davis Burnett collection. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018715 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1174
Costa Rica, 50 centimos, 1903JCV, PCGS MS62, finest known in PCGS census. KM-143. 9.97 grams. Attractive, deep rainbow toning (mostly bluish) toning on slightly granular surfaces with muted luster, no marks or wear. PCGS #34946900. Estimate: $800-1200...
15 May 2018800 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1178
Costa Rica, brass 5 centimos, 1922, PCGS MS63, finest known in PCGS and NGC censuses, ex-Mayer. KM-151. 1.03 grams. Original color and muted luster, incipient toning, no wear or marks, the only specimen listed in the PCGS census, with four in the NGC census but none higher than MS 61. PCGS #34946903. Pedigreed to the Fred Mayer collection. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018633 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1180
Cyprus, 4-1/2 piastres, Victoria, 1901, NGC UNC Details / surface hairlines, ex-Remick (stated on label). KM-5. 2.81 grams. Beautiful rainbow toning that almost completely hides the very faint hairlines, no wear or marks except on highest point of lion. NGC #2741437-015. Pedigreed to the Jerome Remick collection. Estimate: $600-900...
15 May 2018770 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1181
Danish West Indies, 10 cents, Christian IX, 1879, NGC MS 63. KM-70. Flashy luster, no marks or wear, close to prooflike. NGC #4494515-008. Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018350 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1185
Dominican Republic (struck in Paris), 1 franco, 1891-A, NGC MS 64. KM-11. 5.01 grams. Attractively toned over nice muted luster, no marks or wear. NGC #2741459-004. Estimate: $400-600...
15 May 2018400 USD
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Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1187
Dominican Republic, proof 100 pesos, 1989, 500th anniversary of the discovery and evangelization of America. KM-759.1. 155.53 grams Choice Proof with no marks or flaws, housed in original green-velvet box. Estimate: $200-300...
15 May 2018220 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1198
Paris, France, 1 franc, 1851-A, NGC MS 65. KM-759.1. No marks or wear, good luster, incipient toning at rims, tied with two others for second finest in NGC census behind a single MS 66. NGC #4494710-008. Estimate: $350-500...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1200
French Guiana (struck at the Paris mint, France), 10 centimes, 1846A, NGC MS 63. KM-A2. 2.48 grams. Deeply toned, with no marks or wear except on rims. NGC #2741459-006. Estimate: $125-200...
15 May 2018160 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1231
Guatemala, bust 8 reales, Charles IV, 1794M. KM-53; CT-623. 26.81 grams. Lustrous UNC with no wear or marks, choice specimen. Estimate: $900-1350...
15 May 2018Unsold 
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1237
Guatemala, bust 1/2 real, Ferdinand VII transitional (bust of Charles IV), 1808M, NGC MS 66, finest known in NGC census. KM-64; CT-456. 1.74 grams. Lustrous and choice, with light reddish toning all over and faint streaks of blue, no marks or wear at all. NGC #2741430-002. Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018350 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1239
Guatemala, bust 1/2 real, Ferdinand VII, 1814M, low 8 in date, NGC MS 65. KM-65; CT-1287. 1.68 grams. Choice strike and luster, no marks or wear, second highest grade in NGC census but no record of how many are of this strange variety with misaligned date. NGC #2741430-003. Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018360 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1253
Guatemala, peso, "1/2 real" counterstamp of 1894 on a Lima, Peru, 1 sol, 1891TF, PCGS MS62, c/m UNC detail, finest and only specimen in PCGS census. KM-224. Brightly lustrous all over, with minor bagmarks only and no toning, the counterstamp somewhat rough as made from rusty dies, the only known specimen at PCGS but plenty at this grade or higher at NGC. PCGS #84773585. Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018295 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1260
Guatemala (struck in London, England), proof brass 1 centavo de quetzal, 1939, PCGS PR64, finest and only known example in PCGS and NGC censuses. KM-249. Somewhat muted luster for Proof and slightly dull brass color but devoid of marks or wear and the only specimen (so far) at either PCGS or NGC. PCGS #24359006. Estimate: $500-750...
15 May 2018500 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1273
Haiti, 2 centimes, 1830 / AN 26, NGC XF details / scratches. KM-A22. 6.08 grams. Deep brown color, no marks or wear but crude surfaces (mostly as made but with some old marks as well), scarce mule with AN 26 (1829) on one side and 1830 on the other. NGC #2741437-004. Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018300 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1274
Haiti, 2 centimes, 1830 / AN 27, NGC MS 62 BN, finest known in NGC census. KM-A22. 5.74 grams. Deep brown color with rainbow tones over muted luster, practically no marks or wear, finest known in NGC census by three grades. NGC #2741437-003. Estimate: $300-450...
15 May 2018550 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1275
Haiti, 2 centimes, 1842 / AN 39, NGC AU 58 BN. KM-A22. 6.28 grams. Bold but somewhat crude strike with central bulge but minimal wear and somewhat greasy toning over chocolate-brown surfaces, tied with one other for finest known in the NGC census, way out in front of the pack at XF 40 or lower. NGC #2741437-005. Estimate: $600-900...
15 May 2018600 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1277
Haiti, 1 centime, 1840 / AN 37, NGC XF 45 BN. KM-A21. 2.50 grams. Bold strike, chocolate-brown color with toning around details, no distracting marks or unusual wear. NGC #2741437-002. Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018125 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1278
Haiti, 2 centimes, 1850 / AN 47, NGC MS 63 BN, finest known. KM-35. 5.55 grams. Rare first-year issue from the Second Empire of Haiti (1850-1859), bold strike with no wear or marks but slightly rough surfaces (as made), traces of original color around details (which is particularly rare), in fact tied with two others for finest known in NGC census but misattributed on label as just 1850 (KM-36, a totally different design), the best specimen with proper attribution rated at MS 62 (below this co...
15 May 20181,500 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1302
Honduras, 50 centavos de Lempira, 1937, NGC MS 65, ex-Richard Stuart (stated on label). KM-74. Muted luster, spots of toning, no marks or wear, tied with two others for finest known in NGC census. NGC #4494541-003. Pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection. Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018100 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1305
Honduras, 10 centavos, 1895/1, denomination 10/UN, NGC AU 53, finest and only known specimen in NGC and PCGS censuses. KM-55.3. 2.42 grams. Perhaps the pinnacle of slipshod production at the Tegucigalpa mint at the end of the 19th century is this strange muling of an 1871 10c obverse with an UN CENTAVO reverse from 1891 reworked with "10" over "UN" and placement of an S inside the O (in addition to the overdate, mistakenly called 1895/71 in KM), this specimen with luster and clear details (min...
15 May 2018725 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1306
Honduras, 10 centavos, 1895/85, NGC MS 65, finest known in NGC census, ex-Richard Stuart (stated on label). KM-49. Frosty and lustrous, with no marks or wear but obverse slightly off-center, very choice for the issue and in fact finest of just two at NGC by SEVEN grades. NGC #4494542-004. Pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection. Estimate: $350-500...
15 May 2018350 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1307
Honduras, 5 centavos, 1886, large pyramid, NGC MS 64, ex-Whittier (stated on label). KM-54. 1.19 grams. Deep rainbow toning over luster, no marks or wear, crude rim (as made) and die-crack on reverse. NGC #2741447-006. Pedigreed to the Whittier collection. Estimate: $250-375...
15 May 2018250 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1308
Honduras, 5 centavos, 1896/85, NGC MS 65, ex-Richard Stuart (stated on label), finest known in NGC census. KM-54. Good luster, toned at rims, no marks or wear, interesting overdate using numbers in a different font and size, finest of just two at NGC by SEVEN grades. NGC #4494542-004. Pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection. Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018100 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1309
Honduras, 5 centavos, 1896/86, NGC MS 63, ex-Whittier (stated on label). KM-54. 1.22 grams. Light rainbow toning over ample luster, no marks or wear, crude rims (as made), second highest grade in NGC census. NGC #2741447-007. Pedigreed to the Whittier collection. Estimate: $150-225...
15 May 2018135 USD
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1310
Honduras, 5 centavos, 1902, NGC MS 64, finest known in NGC census, ex-Richard Stuart (stated on label). KM-48. Bold full details with die-clash evidence on both sides, very light golden toning, no marks or wear, finest at NGC by five grades. NGC #4494542-001. Pedigreed to the Richard Stuart collection. Estimate: $500-750...
15 May 2018Unsold 
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Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC - Treasure Auction 23, Lot 1314
Honduras, copper 1 centavo, 1910, 5c obverse die and 1/2c reverse die, NGC MS 64 BN, finest and only specimen in NGC census, ex-Dana Roberts. KM-66 (KM-48 obverse, KM-45 reverse). This coin attests to the troubles at the Tegucigalpa mint, which created this coin from dies meant for two other, different denominations (5c obverse, 1/2c reverse), the modification to denomination and date on reverse quite obvious here, this specimen rather choice in strike (despite a rim-cud on reverse and corres...
15 May 2018Unsold 
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