Doyle held a successful auction

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Doyle held a successful auction of Coins, Stamps, Bank Notes & Sports Collectibles on May 5, 2022 that attracted collectors and enthusiasts from across the country and abroad. The sale showcased a wide range of property fresh from prominent estates and distinguished collections, including The Robert J. Barish Collection of Canadian Postage Stamps.

With competitive bidding, the auction totalled an impressive $350,020, surpassing the pre-sale estimate of $219,000-311,100, with an exceptional 99% sold by lot and 100% sold by value.

Highlighting the sale was the United States 1928 $100 STAR Gold Certificate that soared past its estimate of $1,500-2,500 to achieve a stunning $13,310. This rare note issued during the boom years of the late 1920s was in exceptional condition. Add to that the fact that it was a STAR note, a banknote printed to replace a faulty one during printing, which added to its scarcity.

The United States 1928 $100 STAR Gold CertificateSold for $13,310 (includes buyer’s premium)

The United States $20 Liberty Head Coin Group Sold for $6,050 (includes buyer’s premium)

The United States $50 American Buffalo Proofs Sold for $6,050 (includes buyer’s premium)

United States 1907-D $5 LibertySold for $3,630 (includes buyer’s premium)

 

Source: DOYLE

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