1931-D $20 MS65 PCGS
Price realized: $109,200

Los Angeles– The January 28 sale of Coins and Banknotes, featuring the Property of a Lady, totalled $1,234,866 and was sold 100% by lot and value. The top lot of the sale was a 1931-D $20 MS65 PCGS, one of the most desired of all Saint-Gaudens double eagles, which realized $109,200.

Notable results also included an 1860 Clark Gruber & Co. $20. Genuine, Tooled, Repaired & Cleaned PCGS., which achieved $105,600. This coin came from a complete set of Clark Gruber & Co. Territorial gold coins minted in 1860-1861 in Denver, Colorado.

Paul Song, Director of Coins and Medals, commented: “The stellar results demonstrate our comprehensive offering of rare coins and medals especially from private collections, which some were amassed over several decades and all fresh to the market. The largest offering in decades of Clark-Gruber pioneer coinage garnered tremendous interest as were the eclectic collection of modern world gold coinage”.

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