Monday, February 04, 2008

Finest known collection of first U.S. silver dollars, rare gold double eagles and finest hard time tokens collection at Long Beach

The finest known private collection of the first United States silver dollars, the finest assembled collection of hard times tokens, and a complete set of condition census rare gold "Type 1 Double Eagles 1850-1866" will be displayed at the February 2008 Long Beach Expo.

(Long Beach, California) -- A complete set of Type I Double Eagles, rare Hard Times tokens and the number one collection of early U.S. silver dollars in the PCGS Set Registry(SM) will be displayed at the Long Beach Coin, Stamp & Collectibles Expo, February 14 - 16, 2008, in the Long Beach, California Convention & Entertainment Center, 100 S. Pine Ave.

Monaco Rare Coin of Newport Beach, California will exhibit a condition census set of U.S. $20 denomination gold coins struck from 1850 to 1866, including examples of the 1854-O, 1856-O and one of the two known 1861-P Paquet reverse specimens. The collection is valued at more than $5 million, according to Adam Crum of Monaco.

"The PCGS exhibit will showcase 107 varieties of Flowing Hair and Bust dollars from 1794 to 1803 from the collection of . . .

Full story at: Long Beach Story

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