,
 
 
,
Sign up Calendar Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
Kraig Tripp

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 454
Reply with quote  #1 
These notes are part of Heritage's Tuesday Auction ending June 18th. 

Series Grade Pcgs Pop , Pmg Pop
$5 Feds
1928C-F  35PPQ 3/10 , 2/19
1934B-H  67PPQ 2/0 4-67's for series , 1/0
1950A-J  68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0
1950C-E 68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0
1963A-F* 68PPQ 2/0 , 6/1
1963A-J  67PPQ 2/0 , 0/0
1963A-J* 65PPQ and 1969C-F 67PPQ 5/2 and 1/0 , 0/6 and 4/0
1969-G* 68PPQ 2/0 , 0/0
1969B-F 67PPQ 1/0 , 1/1
1974-A 67PPQ 1/0 , 0/0
1977-G 68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0
1981-C 68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0
1981A-B 67PPQ 1/0 , 2/0
1985-K* 65PPQ 2/2 , 7/12
1988A-E* 68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0
1993-B* 67PPQ 1/0 , 1/0
1995-K 69PPQ 1/0 , 0/0
2003-G* 69PPQ 35/2 , 1/0
2006-F (Fr. 1992)68PPQ 9/5 , 4/0
2006-A* 69PPQ 150/11 , 0/0 Serial number 49*

$20 Feds
1928-D 67PPQ 15/0 , 24/1
1928C-G 40 1/8 , 3/7
1950B-C 68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0 2 68;s for the series. PMG has NOT graded a 68EPQ for the series.
1950E-L 68PPQ 2/0 , 1/0
1969-C 67EPQ 0/0 , 3/0
1974-B 68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0 This is the only 68PPQ for the series.
1981-G 68PPQ 1/0 , 0/0. 1 of only 2 68PPQ's for the series.
1990-G* 69PPQ 10/0 , 0/0 Highest graded by PMG is 66EPQ
1996-F 68PPQ 2/0 , 0/0
2004-C* 69PPQ 54/1 , 1/0
2009-G 69PPQ 2/0 , 0/0
0
 
Kurtis Johnson

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 150
Reply with quote  #2 

Some nice notes that you consigned ... hope your notes do well, i'll bid on a few.

The 1928C $5 LGS Atlanta in 35Q is nice type note for sure.   Super Gem H Freddie V as well.   The Philly $20 68Q and 1950E SF.

0
Kurtis Johnson

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 150
Reply with quote  #3 
Hell yeah, this has some great action

 

Fr. 2061-C $20 1950B Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Superb Gem New 68PPQ.


Fr. 2071-B $20 1974 Federal Reserve Note. PCGS Superb Gem New 68PPQ.
0
gnat

Avatar / Picture

Expert Collector
Registered:
Posts: 1,079
Reply with quote  #4 
Some very nice notes. I was lucky enough to pick up a couple in last week's grouping.


0
gnat

Avatar / Picture

Expert Collector
Registered:
Posts: 1,079
Reply with quote  #5 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kurtis Johnson


The 1928C $5 LGS Atlanta in 35Q is nice type note for sure. 




And, yes, the 1928C Atlanta is a premium example for the grade which used to be in my collection. Nicer than 95% of similarly graded notes. Worth way more than the high estimate.
0
Kraig Tripp

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 454
Reply with quote  #6 
Notes close tomorrow night. Thanks!
0
Steve in Tampa

Avatar / Picture

Expert Collector
Registered:
Posts: 1,847
Reply with quote  #7 
Wow, both notes are WAY beyond auction estimates.
0
Kraig Tripp

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 454
Reply with quote  #8 
Steve - between 1950A and 1950E PCGS has graded fifteen $20 Feds in 68PPQ. Prior to January I owned ten of them. I sold five of them in HA Tuesday auctions earlier this year. They sold for
50A $660
50A $840
50C $780
50C $1020
50E $666
I have zero clue where HA came up with their current estimate. The 1950B noted above has a pop of 1/0 with two for the series. Another 1950A with a pop of 1/0 and six for the series was chosen to be in HA Long Beach auction which has a minimum estimate of $500.
0
luca

Avatar / Picture

Senior Collector
Registered:
Posts: 500
Reply with quote  #9 
Estimates seem to go out the window with some of these top pops.

I must say, I have NEVER seen a bidding war like this one last week -- it was one of the most insane things I've ever seen:

$1200 1977 $5 FRN Note
0
Kraig Tripp

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 454
Reply with quote  #10 
Luca - I had thirty notes in last week's auction. The first 16 notes ALL sold at a loss. You can imagine how I was feeling. The 1977 I had paid $200 raw and I had valued that note at $300-$350. When the live auction started it was at $160. When it got to $400 - I was relieved. When I got to $600 - I thought what did I miss. I was finally on the selling side of a bidding war. Yeah! I had been on the buying side one to many times. That one note made the $5 Feds a win. The $20 Feds continue to explode.
The truth is, I wish I didn't have to sell any of them.

As for as insanity goes I once saw a 1932 67Red Lincoln cent that had previously sold on multiple occasions in the $300-$400 range jump to $3200 in one auction. That one Lincoln changed the entire pricing structure for Lincoln's for the next five plus year.
0
luca

Avatar / Picture

Senior Collector
Registered:
Posts: 500
Reply with quote  #11 
I was watching it, maybe thinking of bidding, but more just tracking it -- But when it came up, I saw it climb to $400, and I thought, "This is a bit much for my taste". And then it just kept on going... for a second I wondered if I was missing something.  But it became clear that two people with a LOT of money to spare just wanted it (probably on this forum) and then they just kept going back and forth until one of them was outlasted.  I've seen things like that before, but usually for notes that are a little more widely collected or a large-size rarity, etc.

It was an epic bout, an I'm glad you got some love after 16 down notes!  Awesome sale.
0
Kraig Tripp

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 454
Reply with quote  #12 
Reminder - notes end tonight. Thanks!
0
Kraig Tripp

Collector
Registered:
Posts: 454
Reply with quote  #13 
Thanks to all the bidders and buyers. Much appreciated!
0
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.

 
Forum Sponsors
,