Successful Auction of Coins, Stamps, Bank Notes & Sports Collectibles on January 19, 2022
Special Section Devoted to The Oliver Talcott Banks Collection of Ancient Greek Coins
Sale Total Surpasses Expectations Amid Competitive Bidding
NEW YORK, NY -- Doyle held a successful auction Coins, Stamps, Bank Notes & Sports Collectibles on January 19, 2022. Featured in the sale was a special section devoted to The Oliver Talcott Banks Collection of Ancient Greek Coins. Read More
With competitive bidding, the auction totaled a successful $414,319, surpassing the pre-sale estimate of $254,875-377,600, with an exceptional 95% sold by lot and 99% sold by value.
United States Bank Notes performed particularly strongly, highlighted by a group of four 1928 Gold Certificates that soared past their estimate of $2,500-3,500 to achieve a stunning $17,640. An intriguing and highly decorative 1870 National Gold Bank of California Five Dollar Note realized $7,865, many times its estimate of $1,000-1,500.
Sports Collectibles offered a selection of singles cards highlighted by a 1909-11 T206 Ty Cobb estimated at $500-800 that fetched a remarkable $5,142. A Michael Jordan signed black Chicago Bulls jersey sold for $4,253, surpassing its $2,000-3,000 estimate.
A Walkabout with the Specialist
Specialist Norman Scrivener discussed a selection of auction highlights on January 14 livestreamed on Instagram @doylenewyork
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