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Fine Plated 1911 Stanislaus Siedlecki Sale

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money Start Price:2,750.00 USD Estimated At:4,000.00 - 4,000.00 USD
Fine Plated 1911 Stanislaus Siedlecki Sale
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2,750.00USDto t**********r+ (495.00) buyer's premium. + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2015 Jan 10 @ 14:27UTC-5 : EST/CDT
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Chapman, Henry. CATALOGUE OF THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF FOREIGN AND UNITED STATES GOLD COINS, PARTICULARLY RICH IN ANCIENT ROMAN GOLD COINS, POLISH GOLD COINS, INCLUDING A 100 DUCATS, 1621, SET OF THE SILVER DOLLARS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1794 TO 1904, 1804 ALONE EXCEPTED. 1851 OCTAGONAL $50 PIECE. FINE DECORATIONS, INCLUDING THE ORDER OF THE CINCINNATI. MAGNIFICENT CENTS OF 1794, 1796, 1797, 1802, 1803, OF THE LATE REV. STANISLAUS SIEDLECKI, PLYMOUTH, PA., TO WHICH IS ADDED THE CANADIAN COLLECTIONS OF R.O. MONTAMBAULT, J. BONNER, E.M. TURNER. Philadelphia: Messrs. Davis & Harvey, Auctioneers, April 22, 1911. 4to, original white cloth and boards, gilt. iv, 61, (3), (8) pages; 819 lots; 3 fine photographic plates; prices realized list laid in. Fine. An exceptionally fine example of what is probably the most difficult to obtain plated large format Chapman sale catalogue. The first plate depicts choice ancients, European coins and medals, and a few American gold rarities. Plates two and three illustrate European rarities, including multiple thalers, also a $50 slug, several important United States silver dollars, and other coins. Adams B+: "Choice ancients. Gold coins of world, Poland. Order of Cincinnati. Proof gold. Bridge tokens. A few gem 1¢." Printed A. Kosoff label on inside front cover; ex June 1, 2004 Kolbe John J. Ford, Jr. Sale I, lot 307, with his diminutive ex libris. Ex Kolbe & Fanning Sale 123, lot 250. Ex Dave Steine library.