Kagin’s Auction March 11-12, 2021 Errata


Session One:

Lot 1007 Photo 2 in print catalog is incorrect (view the correct photos online at auctions.kagins.com.)

Lot 1013 Last sentence of description should read "The tokens are .999 Silver and .999 Gold (1.277 oz.)"

Lot 1050 Subtitle should read “(1805) Eccleston Medal Baker-85 Bronze Proof."

Lot 1079 is 11 pieces, not 10 pieces .

Lot 2230 is NGC PR-64 not PR-62.

Lot 2248 Not Rarity-7 – believed unique.

Lot 2271 This coin is BN not Red-BN.

Lot 2273 Should read: “Behemoth San Francisco Assay Office Silver Ingot” and “Undated (1940s)”

Lot 2274 Should Read: “No Serial Number – one of 8 known examples”. Description should read “bottom stamped [Lot Number] 38.”

Lot 2275 Should Read: “Undated (1940s) San Francisco Mint Ingot: Serial #936, Type-1 Hallmark, Small Font, Curved-9s, 16.15-Ounces. 999.75-Fine”. One of six known examples of this type and format.

Lot 2276 Should Read: “Undated (1940s) San Francisco Mint Ingot: Serial #939, Type-1 Hallmark, Small Font, Curved-9s, 14.13-Ounces. 999.75-Fine”. One of six known examples of this type and format.

Lot 2277 Should Read: “1959 San Francisco Mint Ingot: No Serial Number, Round Dated Hallmark, 5.57-Ounces. 999.5-Fine”. One of only a handful of 1959-dated 5-Ounce ingots with the weight stamped on it.

Lot 2278 Should Read: “Undated (1930s) San Francisco Mint Ingot: Serial #1767, Type-1 Hallmark, Large Font, Straight-9s, 5.20-Ounces. 999.5-Fine”. A challenging example of what is believed to be the second earliest San Francisco Mint Silver Ingot type.

Lot 2279 Should Read: “Undated (1940s) San Francisco Mint Ingot: Serial #1116, Type-1 Hallmark, Small Font, Curved-9s, 5.47-Ounces. 999.5-Fine”.

Lot 2280 Should Read: “Undated (1940s) San Francisco Mint Ingot: Serial #1179, Type-1 Hallmark, Small Font, Curved-9s, 5.88-Ounces (Large OZS Punch). 999.75-Fine”. The Large OZS Punch on a 5-ounce ingot is rarely seen.

Lot 2288 Header should read “Popular C. Bechtler Variety, Kagin-17.” Description should read “The commonly encountered dated Bechtler $5.”

Lot 2294 1851 $50 Augustus Humbert is K-7 High R-6.

Lot 2305 Should read: “Australia. Gold Nugget.

Lot 2306 Should read: “Australia. Gold Nugget.

Lot 2307 Should read: “Australia. Gold Nugget.

Lot 2308 Should read: “Australia. Gold Nugget.

Lot 3104 Heading should say BG-616 not 515. Also in text add: There are now two known.

Session Two:

Lot 4126 Online image is wrong (shows a 7 inch ring). Image in online flipbook and print catalog is correct (11 inch ring).

Lot 4277 Photo in print catalog is incorrect (view the correct photo online at auctions.kagins.com.)

Session Three:

PLEASE NOTE: IN WORLD CURRENCY – All graded notes EXCEPT SCOTTISH NOTES have been cut out of their holder.

Lot 6001 Intro should include:

THE JOE USIBELLI COLLECTION OF ALASKAN RUSSIAN-AMERICAN COMPANY WALRUS SKIN MONEY

With less than 50 or so extant pieces, public offerings are few and far between and when a note appears in auction, they attract significant bidding. In fact, at the January 2021 Heritage Auction FUN sale the unique 25 Rouble specimen brought a world’s record $192,000.

Over the last half century there has not even been a half dozen sales containing more than one note publicly offered. We can recall only four such occasions and this is one of them.

The Joe Usibelli Collection is remarkable for its quality as well as its depth—6 notes including five varieties--with many of the notes from the famous Henry H. Clifford, John J. Ford, A.M. Kagin and Donald H. Kagin collections. This collection along with an additional consigned specimen represents the third largest public offering of Russian-American Company Alaskan “walrus skin” notes.

While the June, 1993 R. M. Smythe & Company Auction of the Russell Kaye consignment contained 15 notes, most were very worn. The 3/18/1982 Henry Clifford collection sold by Bowers and Ruddy Auctions included eight choice notes including the unique 25 Rubel piece which was sold January 20th by Heritage Auctions as mentioned earlier. Six high-end notes were offered in Stack’s 1/18/2005 sale of the John J. Ford, Jr. Collection, two of which were purchased by Donald H.  Kagin and are now in this offering of the Joe Usibelli Collection.

Lot 5070 Description should include: “TOP COIN

Session Four:

In Session Four - Headers have session 5 on the top of the pages where it should say session 4.

Lot 40115 This lot is a duplicate of lot 40117 and is now a "NO LOT"

Lot 40193 This lot is a duplicate of lot 40166 and is now a "NO LOT"

Lot 70010 Grade is PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 not PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.

Lot 70017 Friedberg No. is Fr. 2304 not Fr. 2304M.

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