Numismatics | February 12 - 17, 2022

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Numismatics F E B RUA RY 12 — 17, 2 022



Numismatics FEBRUARY 12 — 17, 2022


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Lot 52 Union Bank Of Newfoundland 1865 1 Pound Bank Note

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Lot 1 American 1890s $20 Double Eagle Gold Coin

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Lot 68 Three Tadanac Silver Bars

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1 AMERICAN 1890S $20 DOUBLE EAGLE GOLD COIN

(XF-40) $1,700 — 2,300

2 AMERICAN 1893S $20 DOUBLE EAGLE GOLD COIN

(VF-20+) $1,700 — 2,300


3 AMERICAN 1901 2 & 1/2 DOLLAR GOLD QUARTER EAGLE

(EF) $300 — 400

4 ONE AUSTRALIAN AND TWO BRITISH GOLD SOVEREIGNS

1887, 1890 and 1900(S) $1,200 — 1,600


5 FOUR BRITISH GOLD SOVEREIGNS

1908, 1912, 1913 & 1914 $1,500 — 2,000

6 CANADIAN ONE OUNCE GOLD MAPLE LEAF COIN $1,800 — 2,500


7 MEXICAN 1947 50 PESO GOLD COIN $2,200 — 2,800

8 CHINESE GOLD DISK

approx. 23K, 38.1 grams $1,900 — 2,400


9 TWO SCOTIABANK ONE OUNCE GOLD WAFERS

#AA118076 & #AA119540 $3,800 — 4,800

10 TWO ROYAL CANADIAN MINT ONE OUNCE GOLD WAFERS

#653700 & #653710 $3,800 — 4,800


11 TWO SCOTIABANK ONE OUNCE GOLD WAFERS

#AA119520 & #AA111095 $3,800 — 4,800

12 TWO CANADIAN $100 GOLD COINS; 1980 & 1981 $1,700 — 2,200


13 TWO CANADIAN $100 GOLD COINS; 1983 & 1985 $1,700 — 2,200

14 2 AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN 1915 RESTRIKE 4 DUCAT GOLD COINS $1,500 — 2,000


15 THREE BRITISH GOLD SOVEREIGNS AND A HALF SOVEREIGN

(1888, 1889, 1912, & 1898 half) $1,000 — 1,500

16 CANADIAN MAPLE LEAF 1979 $50 ONE OUNCE GOLD COIN $1,800 — 2,400


17 AMERICAN 1853C $5 HALF EAGLE GOLD COIN

(F-12) $450 — 650

18 4 AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN 1915 RESTRIKE 1 DUCAT GOLD COINS

together with an Austrian 1997 500 Schilling gold coin $900 — 1,200


19 BRITISH 1907 HALF SOVEREIGN AND AN AMERICAN 1915 2 & 1/2 DOLLAR QUARTER EAGLE $400 — 600

20 CANADIAN 1976 22K $100 GOLD COIN

in a wooden case $800 — 1,200


21 TWO CANADIAN 1976 22K $100 GOLD COINS

in fitted cases $1,700 — 2,300

22 CANADIAN 1977 $100 GOLD COIN

in a fitted case $800 — 1,200


23 2 COLOMBIA 1500 PESO GOLD COINS $2,000 — 3,000

24 CANADIAN 1967 COIN SET

including the $20 gold coin, in a fitted case $800 — 1,200


25 THREE GOLD COINS IN CASES

a Jamaica 1975 $100 (7.83g/21.6K); a Bahamas 1974 $100 (18.1g/12K); and a Jamaica 1972 $20 (15.75g./12K) $1,000 — 1,500

26 EMPIRE OF IRAN COMMEMORATIVE COIN SET

comprising five silver coins, 25, 50, 75, 100 & 200 Rials (133.6g./999 grade silver) and four gold coins, 500, 750, 1000, & 2000 Rials (55.2g./21.6K); in a fitted case $2,400 — 2,900


27 FOUR FRANKLIN MINT GOLD COINS

a 1975 Barbados $100 (6.21g/12K); a 1975 Panama 100 Balboa (8.16g/21.6K); a 1975 Jamaica $100 (7.83g/21.6K); & a 1975 Bermuda $100 (7.03g./21.6K) with a matching first day cover $1,000 — 1,400

28 THREE FRANKLIN MINT GOLD COINS

a 1976 Trinidad & Tobago $100 (6.21g./12K); a 1975 British Virgin Islands $100 (7.1g./21.6K); and a 1976 Netherlands Antilles 200 Guilder (7.95g/21.6K) $750 — 900


29 FRANKLIN MINT 1975 PANAMA 500 BALBOA GOLD COIN

(41.76g/21.6K) $1,700 — 2,200

30 THREE FRANKLIN MINT GOLD COINS

a 1975 Papua New Guinea 100 Kina (9.57g/21.6K); a 1975 Cook Islands $100 (9.6g/21.6K); & a 1975 Belize $100 (6.21g/12K) $900 — 1,200


31 RCM 1972 BAHAMA ISLANDS FOUR GOLD COIN SET

in a fitted case (57.6g. total/21.6K) $2,200 — 2,700

32 THREE CANADIAN 1976 $100 GOLD COINS, 14K VERSION $1,300 — 1,600


33 TWO BRITISH GOLD HALF SOVEREIGNS AND AN AMERICAN COIN SET

including 1908 & 1911 half sovereigns and a United States three coin silver proof set commemorating the Bicentennial $350 — 450

34 CANADIAN 1921 FIFTY CENT COIN

encapsulated and graded F-12 by National Numismatic Certification $6,000 — 10,000


35 CANADIAN 1911 FIFTY CENT COIN

encapsulated and graded VF-20 by National Numismatic Certification $100 — 150

36 CANADIAN 1948 FIFTY CENT COIN

encapsulated and graded AU-55 by National Numismatic Certification $100 — 150


37 CANADIAN 1938 SILVER DOLLAR

encapsulated and graded MS-62 by National Numismatic Certification $80 — 120

38 CANADIAN 1946 SILVER DOLLAR

encapsulated and graded MS-64 by National Numismatic Certification $120 — 160


39 CANADIAN 1935 SILVER DOLLAR

encapsulated and graded MS-64 by National Numismatic Certification $80 — 120

39A SET OF 3 MINIATURE CALIFORNIA GOLD COINS & SOME SMALL SAMPLES OF YUKON PLACER GOLD $200 — 300


40 QUANTITY OF CANADIAN BANK NOTES

including 3 x Dominion Of Canada 1923 $1 (G to VG); Bank Of Montreal 1923 $10 (G); 5 x 1937 $1 (VG to F); 1937 $5; (VF); 14 x various year $1; 8 x various year $2; 1 x 1954 $20; and two shinplasters $150 — 200

41 24 VARIOUS WORLD BANK NOTES

(conditions up to and included Unc) $30 — 50


42 9 BANK OF ISRAEL BANK NOTES

1958 to 1973 (Unc) $150 — 200

43 QUANTITY OF RUSSIAN PAPER CURRENCY

including Russian 1937 banknotes, one ruble (10), 3 rubles (29), 5 rubles (4), and 10 rubles (1); together with a 1937 Estonian 10 Krooni note and a 1930’s German banknote $80 — 120


44 TWENTY VARIOUS CANADIAN BANK NOTES

including 3 x 1973 $1 (Au & EF); a 1986 $2 (AU); a 1974 $2 (EF); 6 x 1967 $1 (1 x EF, 5 x AU); 1954 $1 (AU); 5 x 1954 $2 (AU); 1 x 1954 $5 Z/C prefix (EF+); and 2 x 1954 $10 (VG+ & EF) $60 — 80

45 12 CANADIAN 1937 BANK NOTES

8 x $10 (4 x VG, 2 x F, 1 x VF, 1 x EF); 3 x $50 (2 x VG+, 1 x G) and 1 x $100 (VG) $300 — 400


46 8 CANADIAN 1937 BANK NOTES

2 x $1 (VG & F); 3 x $2 (EF+, EF & VF); 3 x $5 (AU, F & VG) $350 — 500

47 14 CANADIAN 1937 $20 BANK NOTES

(2 x EF, 3 x VF, 2 x F, 7 x VG) $400 — 600


48 THREE BANK OF MONTREAL $5 BANK NOTES

a 1923 (VF); and 2 x 1935 (VG & VG+) $120 — 160

49 FOUR BANK OF MONTREAL 1931 $5 BANK NOTES

(F, VG+, 2 x VG) $250 — 350


50 FIVE BANK OF MONTREAL 1923 $20 BANK NOTES

(VF, 2 x F, 2 x VG) $500 — 700

51 THREE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA BANK NOTES

a 1929 $5 (F); a 1929 $10 blue-green tint (F+); and a 1918 $20 (F) $800 — 1,200


52 UNION BANK OF NEWFOUNDLAND 1865 1 POUND BANK NOTE

(G+) $1,000 — 1,500

53 BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA 1935 $5 AND $10 BANK NOTES

(F) $200 — 300


54 BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA 1935 $5 BANK NOTE (VF) $100 — 200

55 TWO CANADIAN BANK NOTES

a Bank Of Nova Scotia 1929 $5 bank note (F), and a Dominion Of Canadian 1923 $1 note (F+) $250 — 350


56 2 X CANADIAN 1923 ONE DOLLAR BANK NOTES

a Campbell-Clark, black seal, group 4, series ‘E’ (VG) and a Campbell-Sellar, black seal, group 3, series ‘D’; (VG) $50 — 70

57 DOMINION OF CANADA 1923 $1 BANKNOTE

Hyndman-Saunders, black seal var. (VF+) $180 — 240


58 CANADIAN 1917 ONE DOLLAR BANK NOTE

Suffix ‘A’; Series ‘A’; seal over ONE; (VG) $100 — 150

59 SIX VARIOUS CANADIAN BANK NOTES

including 3 x 1923 shinplasters (G); a 1917 $1 Boville series M (G); a 1923 $2 blue seal series R (F); and a 1935 $10 (VG) $100 — 150


60 TWO CANADIAN 1954 ‘DEVIL’S FACE’ $50 BANK NOTES

(EF & VF) $300 — 400

61 CANADIAN 1954 ‘DEVIL’S FACE’ $100 AND $20 BANK NOTES

($20 is AU, $100 is F) $300 — 400


62 CANADIAN 1937 $100 BANKNOTE

Gordon-Towers var.; (VF) $140 — 180

63 SMALL GROUP OF GEORGE VI COMMEMORATIVES AND CANADIAN SILVER DOLLARS

including 2 x 1935 dollars (VF-20 & EF40); 2 x 1939 dollars (AU-50 & VF-20+); a bronze and 2 silver George VI coronation medallions; and 2 commemorative coronation medals $80 — 120


64 SMALL QUANTITY OF VARIOUS COINS

including a Canadian 1939 silver dollar (EF); 4 various Canadian silver dollars; an American 1922(S) silver dollar; a James I one shilling; and a Franklin Mint commemorative medallion $60 — 80

65 20 CANADIAN SILVER ONE DOLLAR COINS

from the 1960’s $150 — 200


66 7 ONE OUNCE SILVER INGOTS $170 — 230

67 51 CANADIAN SILVER TWENTY-FIVE CENT COINS

1902 to 1936, various grades $50 — 80


68 THREE TADANAC SILVER BARS

(731g., 713g. & 752g.); the bars are unmarked, test as silver, the purity is sterling or higher (determined by specific gravity) PROVENANCE:

from the collection of Selwyn Gwillym Blaylock, award winnng metallurgist and founder of ‘Tadanac’ $1,500 — 2,000

69 SMALL QUANTITY OF COINS

including 18 Canadian silver dollars, 5 fifty cent coins, a dime and a quarter; a large Austrian sterling silver medallion (49.5g.) and a quantity of various foreign coins $150 — 200


70 99 VARIOUS CANADIAN SILVER FIFTY CENT COINS

1950’s and 1960’s $400 — 500

71 56 CANADIAN 1965 SILVER DOLLARS $400 — 600


72 764 CANADIAN SILVER QUARTERS

various years and grades $600 — 800

73 SMALL QUANTITY OF CANADIAN SILVER COINS

30 silver dollars (1965 & 1966) & 90 silver fifty cent coins (1944 to 1955); various grades; in capsules and boxes $600 — 800


74 12 ROLLS OF CANADIAN SILVER QUARTERS

1965 to 1968 and 10 rolls of uncirculated 1992 quarters $450 — 600

75 14 ROLLS OF CANADIAN SILVER QUARTERS

various years and grades $400 — 600


76 24 ROLLS AND 453 LOOSE CANADIAN SILVER DIMES AND TEN CENT COINS

various years and grades $700 — 900

77 480 CANADIAN SILVER FIFTY CENT COINS

1965 to 1967, some in rolls $1,600 — 2,400


78 146 NEWFOUNDLAND FIFTY CENT COINS

1882 (1); 1885 (1); 1894 (2); 1896 (1); 1898 (1); 1899N9(4); 1904 (16); 1907 (15); 1908 (18); 1909 (17); 1911 (16); 1917 (18); 1918 (16) & 1919 (16); many VG-20 to EF40 $1,100 — 1,400

79 18 VARIOUS CANADIAN SILVER DOLLARS (POST 1965)

three Charles & Diana commemorative silver medallions; 11 silver dimes; and 10 silver quarters $170 — 230


80 SMALL QUANTITY OF VARIOUS COINS

including 90 Canadian silver quarters; 139 Canadian silver dimes; 44 Canadian nickels; $15.05 in modern American coins; $10.70 in modern Canadian coins; 70 pennies; foreign coins; and a 1,000 grain sterling silver JFK medallion $180 — 240

81 816 VARIOUS CANADIAN NICKELS & 486 PENNIES

including 11 nickel rolls $350 — 50


82 QUANTITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND COINS

comprising 77 large pennies (1907 and later); 118 small pennies; 114 five cent coins; 37 ten cent coins; 39 twenty cent coins (12 x 1912, 27 from 1870 to 1904); 26 twentyfive cent coins; and 5 fifty cent coins; various grades $400 — 600

83 69 CANADIAN SILVER DOLLARS

45 x 1965; 7 x 1966; & 17 x 1967 $500 — 700


84 31 CANADIAN SILVER DOLLARS

1937 to 1964, all grade over VF-20; including 5 x 1949 (EF-40 to MS-60) $300 — 500

85 59 VARIOUS CANADIAN SILVER FIFTY CENT COINS

26 x 1950’s; 17 x 1940’s; 4 x 1930’s; 12 pre1930; all grades $200 — 300


86 QUANTITY OF NEWFOUNDLAND SILVER COINS

comprising 18 five cent coins (1880 to 1947, VG-20 to MS-60); 18 ten cent coins (1890 to 1947, F-12 to AU-50); 14 twenty-five cent coins (1917 & 1919, VF-20 to EF-40); & 27 fifty cent coins (1870 to 1919, various grades) $250 — 350

87 QUANTITY OF VARIOUS CANADIAN COINS

including 20 x 1968 nickel dollars; 43 x 1960’s silver quarters; 8 x 1940’s fifty cent coins; 2 silver dollars; a small quantity of various silver coins; 17 large pennies; etc. $140 — 180


88 113 CANADIAN SILVER FIFTY CENT COINS

from the 1960’s $500 — 700

89 QUANTITY OF CANADIAN SILVER QUARTERS AND HALF DOLLARS

including 47 fifty cent coins from the 1960’s; a 1948 quarter; 62 x 1967 quarters; and 20 quarters of various years $300 — 400


90 NINE CANADIAN SILVER DOLLARS

in cases, with 4 nickel dollars and a set of four 1965 Canadian silver dollars $100 — 150

91 QUANTITY OF VARIOUS COINS

including a Canadian 1976 $100 gold (14k) coin; a commemorative medallion; 3 American silver dollars and 2 half dollars; 3 Canadian 1967 uncirculated coin sets; and 7 Montreal Olympic coins (4 x $10 & 3 x $5) $600 — 800


92 18 X CANADIAN PURE SILVER COINS

including 12 x 2017 $3 coins and 6 x 2017 $5 coins, some with coloured decoration, in cardboard sleeves $80 — 120

93 15 CANADIAN 2013 $20 FINE SILVER (7.96G.) COINS

five each of three designs, all in cardboard sleeves $100 — 150


94 15 CANADIAN 2013 & 2014 $20 FINE SILVER (7.96G.) COINS

five each of three designs, all in cardboard sleeves $100 — 150

95 25 VARIOUS CANADIAN $20 FINE SILVER (7.96G.) COINS

each with a cardboard sleeve $140 — 180


96 FOUR CANADIAN DOUBLE DOLLAR PROOF SETS

(2 x 1973, 1991 & 1992) with 7 silver uncirculated sets and 12 nickel uncirculated sets $120 — 160

97 SET OF 28 1976 MONTREAL OLYMPIC COINS

in a fitted case, case lock damaged $450 — 600


98 5 CANADIAN COMMEMORATIVE SMALL GOLD COINS IN CASES

including two weighing 0.5g. each and three weighing 1/25th of an ounce each $300 — 400

99 5 CANADIAN 2012 $20 COMMEMORATIVE ONE OUNCE SILVER COINS

in cases $140 — 180


100 6 CANADIAN $20 COMMEMORATIVE ONE OUNCE SILVER COINS

various years, in cases $170 — 250

101 6 CANADIAN COMMEMORATIVE SILVER COINS

including a 2014 $30 two ounce coin; a 2011 $25 one ounce coin; a 2011 $20 one ounce coin; and three 2011 sterling silver quarters (5.9g. each) $160 — 200


102 6 X CANADIAN 2015 TO 2018 PURE SILVER $20 COINS

each with coloured decoration, in cases, (one ounce each) $160 — 240

103 8 X CANADIAN 2015 & 2017 PURE SILVER $10 COINS

each with coloured decoration depicting the Birds Of Canada, limited editions, in cases (15.87g. each) $100 — 150


104 4 X CANADIAN 2015 TO 2019 PURE SILVER $25 COINS

(1 x 31.83g. & 3 x 30.76g.) all with coloured decoration and in cases $100 — 150

105 10 X CANADIAN 2015 & 2016 PURE SILVER $20 COINS

all in a wildlife theme and some with coloured decoration, and all in cases (31.39g. each) $300 — 400


106 7 X CANADIAN 2017 PURE SILVER $10 COINS

each with coloured decoration ‘Celebrating Canada’s 150th’, limited editions, in cases (15.87g. each) $90 — 140

107 6 X CANADIAN 2015 TO 2018 PURE SILVER $20 COINS

including three depicting ‘Harry & Meghan’; all in cases (31.39g. each) $160 — 240


108 6 X CANADIAN 2015 TO 2018 PURE SILVER $20 COINS

each with coloured decoration, in cases, (one ounce each) $160 — 240

109 6 CANADIAN 2013 $10 & $20 COMMEMORATIVE SILVER COINS

including 5 x one half ounce $10 coins and a one ounce silver $20 coin, some with coloured decoration, in cases $100 — 150


110 8 CANADIAN 2011 $10 & $20 COMMEMORATIVE SILVER COINS

including 6 x one half ounce $10 coins and 2 x one ounce silver $20 coin, some with coloured decoration, in cases $140 — 180

111 7 X VARIOUS CANADIAN PURE SILVER COINS IN CASES

including four $15 coins with coloured decorations; a $10 Maple Leaf-shaped coin (15.67g.); a 2017 ‘Toronto Maple Leaf’ $10 coin; and a 2019 ‘Year Of The Pig’ $10 coin $100 — 150


112 4 CANADIAN LIMITED EDITION $20 COMMEMORATIVE ONE OUNCE SILVER COINS

each boxed with a special blown glass addition $140 — 180

113 7 X VARIOUS CANADIAN PURE SILVER COINS IN CASES

including two 2017 proof dollars; a 2017 $30 coin; a 2018 ‘Captain Canuck’ $20 rectangular coin; a 2018 ‘Chinese Blessings’ $8 rectangular coin; a $25 ‘Star Charts coin; and a $20 WWI coin $160 — 240


114 5 X NEW ZEALAND MINT ONE OUNCE PURE SILVER COINS

each depicting a Disney Princess, with coloured decoration, within an acrylic display $150 — 200

115 3 X CANADIAN 2017 & 2018 PURE SILVER $20 COINS

each one ounce, including two with glass embellishments and one with an embedded piece of meteorite, in cases $80 — 120


116 RCM ‘MAPLE LEAF FOVEVER’ $250 ONE KILO FINE SILVER COIN

in a fitted case (803/1,200) $800 — 1,200

117 2 X 2017 CANADIAN FINE SILVER PROOF COIN SETS

including the ‘Canada 150: Our Home And Native Land’ set and the ‘150th Anniversary Of Canadian Confederation’ set $120 — 160


118 SET OF 12 CANADIAN $10 SILVER HALF OUNCE COMMEMORATIVE COINS

one with coloured decoration, in a fitted case $150 — 200

119 CANADIAN 2018 $50 ‘MAPLE LEAVES IN MOTION’ COIN

in a wooden case (pure silver - 157.6g.) (523/1,500) $150 — 250


120 RCM 2018 FINE SILVER 14 COIN ‘HERALDIC EMBLEMS OF CANADA’ SET

with coloured decoration, in a fitted case (1 x 15.87g, 13 x 6.0g.)(607/4,000) $100 — 150

121 4 RCM SILVER COLLECTOR SETS

including a special 2011 commemorative coin set (with large copper penny); a 2012 all silver double dollar proof coin set; a 2009 silver proof set (with bronze and nickel penny & dollar); and a $20 one ounce commemorative coin featuring the Coast Guard Ice Breaker Louis S. St-Laurent (includes a piece of the ship’s original front hull) $140 — 180


122 3 X CANADIAN PURE SILVER $20 COINS

including a 2016 one ounce coin with maple leaf outline, coloured decoration and a wooden stand; and two 2019 scallop-edged gold-plated coins (26.51g. each); in cases $100 — 150

123 FOUR RCM STAMP AND $5 ONE OUNCE SILVER COIN SETS

each featuring wildlife and in a fitted wooden case $100 — 150


124 3 RCM SILVER COLLECTOR SETS

including a set of 5 pure silver commemorative pennies (2.94g. each); a set of 3 sterling silver coins from the ‘Crown Series” (15.0g each); and a 2013 set of 5 Maple Leaf silver coins (1oz., 1/2oz., 1/4oz., 1/10th oz. & 1/20th oz.) $140 — 180

125 SMALL QUANTITY OF MINT PRODUCTS

including 2 x Canadian 2017 specimen sets; an RCM 50 cent ‘lenticular’ coin; 2 x specimen quarters; a New Zealand Mint pure silver heart-shaped Mickey Mouse one ounce coin; a one ounce pure silver ‘love’ coin; a one ounce sterling silver ‘Macaw’ coin; a one ounce pure silver ‘horse’ coin; an RCM $3 ‘love’ coin; a Canadian 2017 pure silver $20 coin and a $25 coin; and two uncirculated Canadian coin sets; etc $200 — 300


126 6 X CANADIAN 2018 & 2019 PURE SILVER $30 COINS

each with coloured decoration, limited editions, in cases (62.69g. each) $300 — 500

127 SMALL QUANTITY OF RCM PRODUCT

including a set of three $10 pure silver commemorative ‘duck’ coins in a fitted wooden case; a sterling silver $10 coin and 2 x $10 stamp set featuring blue whales in a wooden case; and four quarter ounce pure silver $20 Maple Leaf coins $150 — 200


128 QUANTITY OF VARIOUS COINS, BANK NOTES AND COMMEMORATIVES

including a Mexican 1815 half escudo gold coin (repaired); a Franklin Mint 1,000 grain silver ingot; 3 American silver dollars (1879, 1884 & 1921); 6 American silver half dollars; civic tokens; and foreign coins and bank notes $300 — 400

129 SMALL QUANTITY OF CANADIAN COINS

including three double-dollar proof sets; four 1980’s uncirculated sets; 14 large Canadian pennies; a quantity of civic tokens; a mounted set of Newfoundland coins; a Dominion Of Canada 1898 $1 bank note (FR); an Olympic coin; and 7 various nickels. $100 — 150


130 2 ALBUMS OF CANADIAN COINS

containing 181 nickels and 98 silver fifty cent coins, various years and grades $400 — 600

131 101 CANADIAN FIFTY CENT COINS

1906 to 1943, various grades, in a binder $400 — 600


132 63 VARIOUS 19TH & 20TH CENTURY ITALIAN & GERMAN COINS

including an Italian 1876R 5 Lire (XF); an Italian States Sardinia 1824 5 lire (XF); and 11 German silver 10 mark coins $400 — 600

133 SILVER PLATED CHAIN

suspending 5 various 16th to 18th century silver coins including Dutch Thalers length 28 in — 71.1 cm $100 — 150


Notes:


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auction advice

For auction advice on paintings, drawings, prints, jewellery, and various forms of decorative arts and other collectibles, please feel free to contact us via email or telephone. We are pleased to review emails containing photographs and information on your pieces in order to provide auction estimates for you to consider. For collections with a variety of objects, please contact our Appraisals and Consignments department (consignments@waddingtons. ca). For department-specific inquiries, please contact the specialist and/or department directly. All contact information can be found at www.waddingtons.ca. Our offices are located in Toronto and Vancouver, but our specialists occasionally travel to major Canadian cities to meet with prospective consignors. To receive more information on Valuation Days across Canada or to arrange an appointment, please contact our Toronto office (416-504-9100). Please note that property typically arrives at Waddington’s at least three months before the sale in order to allow our specialists time to research, catalogue, photograph and promote the items. Consignors will receive a contract to sign, setting forth terms and fees for our services.


Conditions of Sale 1. All lots are sold “AS IS”. Any description issued by the auctioneer of an article to be sold is subject to variation to be posted or announced verbally in the auction room prior to the time of sale. While the auctioneer has endeavoured not to mislead in the description issued, and the utmost care is taken to ensure the correct cataloguing of each item, such descriptions are purely statements of opinion and are not intended to constitute a representation to the prospective purchasers and no warranty of the correctness of such description is made. An opportunity for inspection of each article is offered prior to the time of sale. No sale will be set aside on account of lack of correspondence of the article with its description or its reproduction, if any, whether colour or black & white. Some lots are of an age and/or nature which preclude their being in pristine condition and some catalogue descriptions make reference to damage and/or restoration. The lack of such a reference does not imply that a lot is free from defects nor does any reference to certain defects imply the absence of others. Frames on artwork are not included as part of purchase or condition. It is the responsibility of prospective purchasers to inspect or have inspected each lot upon which they wish to bid, relying upon their own advisers, and to bid accordingly. 2. Each lot sold is subject to a 20% buyers premium as part of the purchase price. 3. Unless exempted by law, the buyer is required to pay Harmonized Sales Tax on the total purchase price including the buyer’s premium. For international buyers, taxes are not applicable when purchases are shipped out of country. Items shipped out of Ontario, the buyer is required to pay taxes as per the tax status of that province, whether it HST or GST (Goods and Services Tax).

6. Each lot may be subject to an unpublished reserve which may be changed at any time by agreement between the auctioneer and the consignor. The auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee to bid, on behalf of the consignor as agreed between them. In addition, the auctioneer may accept and submit absentee and telephone bids, to be executed by an employee of the auctioneer, pursuant to the instructions of prospective purchasers not in attendance at the sale. 7. The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer for any lot shall be the buyer and such buyer shall forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and must comply with such other Conditions of Sale as may be applicable. If any dispute should arise between bidders the auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to designate the buyer or, at his option, to withdraw any disputed lot from the sale, or to re-offer it at the same or a subsequent sale. The auctioneer’s decision in all cases shall be final. 8. Immediately after the purchase of a lot, the buyer shall pay or undertake to the satisfaction of the auctioneer with respect to payment of the whole or any part of the purchase price requested by the auctioneer, failing which the auctioneer in his sole discretion may cancel the sale, with or without re-offering the item for sale. 9. The buyer shall pay for all lots within 48 hours from the date of the sale, after which a late charge of 2% per month on the total invoice may be incurred or the auctioneer, in his sole discretion, may cancel the sale. The buyer shall not become the owner of the lot until paid for in full. Items must be removed within 10 days from the date of sale, after which storage charges may be incurred.

4. The auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot from sale at any time, to divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion, all without notice.

10. Each lot purchased, unless the sale is cancelled as above, shall be held by the auctioneer at his premises or at a public warehouse at the sole risk of the buyer until fully paid for and taken away.

5. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. The auctioneer reserves the right not to accept and not to reject any bid. Without limitation, any bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal or fractional advance over the previous bid may not be recognized.

11. Notwithstanding condition no. 1, if the buyer, prior to removal of a lot, makes arrangements satisfactory to the auctioneer for the inspection of such lot by a fully qualified person acceptable to the auctioneer to determine the genuineness or authenticity of the lot, to be carried out promptly following the sale of the lot, and if, but only if, within a period of 14

days following the sale a written opinion of such person is presented to the auctioneer to the effect that the lot is not genuine or authentic, accompanied by a written request by the buyer for rescission of the sale, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the sale price refunded to the buyer. 12. Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank draft, electronic transfer (fee applies), and VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). 13. In the event of failure to pay for or remove articles within the aforementioned time limit, the auctioneer, without limitation of the rights of the consignor and the auctioneer against the buyer, may resell any of the articles affected, and in such case the original buyer shall be responsible to the auctioneer and the consignor for: (a) any deficiency in price between the resale amount and the amount to have been paid by the original buyer; (b) any reasonable charge by the auctioneer for the storage of such articles until payment and removal by the subsequent buyer; and (c) the amount of commission which the auctioneer would have earned had payment been made in full by the original buyer. 14. It is the responsibility of the buyer to make all arrangements for insuring, packing and removing the property purchased and any assistance by the auctioneer or his servants, agents or contractors, in packing or removal shall be rendered as a courtesy and without any liability to them. 15. The auctioneer acts solely as agent for the consignor and makes no representation as to any attribute of, title to, or restriction affecting the articles consigned for sale. Without limitation, the buyer understands that any item bought may be affected by the provisions of the Cultural Property Export Act (Canada). 16. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse admission to the sale or to refuse to recognize any or all bids from any particular person or persons at any auction.



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