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Bidding opens in
42d 17h 32m
Sunday, December 20 ~ 10:00 A.M. (CST) (Note Central Time)
The Jim Lundquist Estate of Geneseo, IL and others will sell the following at the above place and time. We will also conduct a glassware, collectible, furniture, etc. auction all starting promptly at 10:00 a.m. Doors open at 7:30 a.m. Plan to attend and bring your friends. 1911-1912 $5 gold Indian pieces; 1911 $2 ½ gold Indian AU; 2002 $5 gold Eagle certified MS69 NGC; 1975 20 grains .999 official gold commemorative piece; 1981 President Reagan gold piece; (36) Morgan silver dollars w/1882cc, 1883cc, (2) 1884cc UNC; 1890cc EF; (27) Peace silver dollars; 1872 Liberty Seated dollar; American Eagle dollars; approximately 120 silver .999 1 oz. bars of all kinds; 1803 Draped Bust large cent; 1854o Seated dime “mint Error” scarce; Wheat cents 1913s, 14s, 15s, 22D, 24D, 31s key dates plus (882) other wheats; Steel cents, (1712) assorted date Jefferson nickels; Indian cents; (99) Buffalo nickels w/some good dates; (107) Liberty Head nickels; (4) Barber dimes; (194) Mercury dimes w/1921D key date; (247) Rosy all silver dimes; Standing Liberty, Barber and (243) Washington silver quarters; (114) Walking Liberty halves; (162) Franklin halves; (57) 1964 Kennedy halves; 40% Kennedy halves; Barber halves; Proof sets, Coin sets; Approximately (100) Ike dollars; SBA, SAQ dollars; State quarters; Paper money, Foreign money; Large selection of 1976 quarters & halves; Plus more.
Bidding Notice: Live and Online Bidding ~ If attending the live auction, masks required. Bidder Numbers will NOT be issued to anyone without a mask. Additional items that are not available for online bidding can be found at www.stenzelauction.com
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This eclectic auction category is for coin-like objects—tokens, medals, and badges, etc.—that are not legal tender, although some types were used in lieu of money or for barter. Usually made of metal or plastic, some tokens represented store credit, “good for” a particular amount of money at a particular restaurant or store, such as coal scrip, military exchange/trade tokens, and bank tokens. Similarly, some tokens are to show that the bearer paid in advance for a ride or service in order to get a discount, such as bus tokens, subway tokens, other fare tokens, Canadian highway tokens, and telephone tokens used in countries such as Italy or Israel. Here you may also find gaming tokens (such as Chuck E. Cheese tokens), sales tax tokens, commemorative and souvenir medals and tokens, and government/military/police/firefighter challenge coins. Some examples of exonumia were once real currency but have been engraved or altered with new artwork, such as love tokens and hobo coins. Visit this page again to keep up with all of the latest exonumia for sale.