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Australia Sydney Mint Type II - 1855 Half Sovereign - PCGS Genuine VF Details (98 - Damage)

Unlisted in Marsh, the 1855 Wreathed bust half sovereign is so rare that many consider it to be a pattern striking. This example displays strong details with a rich yellow gold tone and an overall presentable appearance but with the letters AG scratched into the coin left of the crown. The Wreathed Bust half sovereign is typically noted to be issued from 1857 to 1866 but 3 business strikes are known to be dated 1855. This example is ex Spink Australia sale 15 (lot 474) while another sold through Noble Numismatics in 2012 for $133,975 and the final example being in the Museum of Victoria. PCGS slabbed genuine, VF Details (graffiti) and excessively rare. Est. $90K - $120K Est. $90K - $120K

Walter Eigner Pty Ltd is a rare coin dealership specialising in PCGS graded Australian coins. Walter Eigner Pty Ltd was founded in 2013 under the guidance of experienced collector and coin dealer Walter Eigner (more)

 

Malaysian Blue Sheet

20-Sep-2015

Malaysia's coin collecting industry took a step forward with the release of the Blue Sheet now covering coins from the various Malaysian colonies including the Straits Settlements, Sarawak, British North Borneo and British Malaya up until Federation. (read more)

Melbourne Office Opening

25-Feb-2014

We are currently in the process of opening an office in Melbourne, which we are expecting to be up and running by the end of the financial year. In the meanwhile we will be based in Melbourne, please note our new postal address at GPO Box 4238, Melbourne, VIC, 3001. In addition we can no longer service pick ups from Canberra but we are able to service pick ups for our Melbourne clients at our temporary office in Docklands, 3008. (read more)

Buyer's Premium - Why we will never charge it

02-Dec-2013

With a number of other auction houses increasing their buyer's premium, it is important for auction participants, both buyer and seller to be aware on how buyer's premium affects them. Buyer's premium is a charge some auction houses impose on top of your winning bid. Say you win a coin for $100 and the auction house charges 19.25% buyer's premium; you'll end up paying $119.25 for the coin. If they charge a seller's commission of 15% then the seller gets $100 - 15%; $85, or 71% of the purchase price. (read more)


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