1936 Canadian Dot Cent, 1862 Ecuadorian 50 Francos anchor Heritage Auction January NYINC World Coins Records stand ready to fall in Manhattan as Heritage readies deepest international coin rarities line-up to date for Jan. 3-4 auction
find no previous record of sale. Estimated at $40,000-$50,000.
Paul I Albertus Russian Rouble 1796 БM, Crowned Imperial eagle with date above/Tablet with legend, Bit-14 (R1), UZD-1257, AU details with collector's mark Λ below the eagle's tail: Estimated at $20,000-$25,000.
Ligurian Republic - Genoa 4 Lire 1804 Anno VII, KM265, MS66 NGC: Estimated at $10,000-$12,500.
Vittorio Emanuele III PROVA Set 1939R, the six coin series certified and graded by NGC as follows: 5 Centesimi KM-Pr68 aluminum-bronze, MS63; 10 Centesimi KM-Pr69-C aluminum bronze, MS63; 20 Centesimi KM-Pr70 non-magnetic, MS63; 50 Centesimi KM-Pr71 non-magnetic, MS64; Lira KM-Pr72 non-magnetic, MS64; and 2 Lire KM-Pr73 magnetic, MS62. Each coin has PROVA added to the reverse legends. Estimate: $7,500-$10,000.
Ligurian Republic - Genoa 2 Lire 1798 Anno 1, KM264, MS65 NGC: Estimated at $6,000-$7,500.
A near complete date run of Russian platinum 3 Roubles including proof coins.
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