It’s what makes this coin worth $6,000.00
Numismatics is the study or collection of currency, in this case coins.
This particular coin, an 1893-CC Morgan Silver Dollar has some very special numismatic attributes. It is in mint state original condition, grading MS61 and certified by PCGS.
We purchase all Gold and Silver coins. Silver Dollars, pre 1965 junk silver coins, commemorative coins and any Gold coins you may own. Nobody pays more for your coins that Stonehenge Jewelry and coin Buyers. Stop by our store in Pompano Beach for a free evaluation.
WARNING! Don’t leave that dead battery in your watch! It can cause acid leak which will ruin that beautiful time piece. We have seen too many good watches destroyed, don’t let it be yours! We use high grade silver oxide batteries, professionally installed by a qualified jeweler, while you wait. Stop by or call for your installation!
Geneva–Two non-matching pear-shaped diamond earrings will be up for auction next month, but interested parties will have to pay attention to the bidding on two lots instead of just one.
The “Apollo Blue” and “Artemis Pink” diamonds will hit the auction block at the Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels sale at Sotheby’s Geneva on May 16, where they will be sold separately.
Geneva–Bow down to the “Bao Dai.”
The one-of-a-kind black-dialed Rolex with diamond markers at the even hours sold for $5 million Saturday at the Phillips auction held in Geneva.
That was more than three times the watch’s pre-sale estimate of $1.5 million and more than enough for the Bao Dai to leap-frog the reference 4113 “Split-Seconds” to reclaim its title as the most expensive Rolex ever sold at auction.
A 7ct Aquamarine with excellent color, set in a 14K Gold ring with Diamonds and Ruby’s, circa 1940.
A 5ct Ceylon Sapphire set in an 18K Gold ring with Old European cut Diamonds, circa 1910.
Is this the oldest padlock you have ever seen? From the Victorian period. Circa 1875, made in England.
A True American Hero. John Glenn 1921-2016 R.I.P