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Pogue II Nets Over $26 Million

October 5, 2015

     The D. Brent Pogue Collection Part II sale is now complete and many dealers expressed their amazement in just one word….WOW! Hosted by Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Sotheby’s in New York, there were only 105 coins that brought over $26 million, which averages just under $250,000 per lot.

     The highest priced rarity sold was the Lord St. Oswald 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar graded PCGS MS66+ which brought $4,993,750. The last time it sold was in a Stack’s Auction in 1985 for $242,000 from the Jimmy Hayes Collection.

Lord St. Oswald 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar PCGS MS66+

The Lord St. Oswald 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar PCGS MS66+ sold for $4,993,750 at the D. Brent Pogue Collection Part II sale hosted by Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Sotheby’s in New York, September 30, 2015

     The leading U.S. Gold coin sold was the 1795 13 Leaves Capped Bust $10 in PCGS MS66+ selling for $2,585,000. This final price doubled pre-sale estimates.

1795 13 Leaves Capped Bust $10 Gold PCGS MS66+

1795 13 Leaves Capped Bust $10 Gold PCGS MS66+ sold for $2,585,000 at the D. Brent Pogue Collection Part II sale hosted by Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Sotheby’s in New York, September 30, 2015

     We featured the Pogue II Collection in the October NumisMedia Monthly, listing potential highlights from this important sale. Several of the coins sold were previously unlisted in the FMV price guide and many of these coins are the finest known. Below are just a few of the remarkable results from the second D. Brent Pogue Sale.

 
Date/Denomination
 
Grade
Price
Realized
1807 Capped Bust Half Large StarsPCGS MS66$258,500
1808 Capped Bust HalfPCGS MS67$88,125
1811 Capped Bust HalfPCGS MS67$94,000
1815/2 Capped Bust HalfPCGS MS65$111,625
1817/4 Capped Bust HalfPCGS VF35$282,000
1822 Capped Bust HalfPCGS PR65+ Cameo$211,500
1795 Flowing Hair Dollar Three LeavesPCGS MS66$822,500
1795 Flowing Hair Dollar Silver PlugPCGS MS65+$705,000
1795 Flowing Hair Dollar Two LeavesPCGS MS65$282,000
1821 $2 ½ Gold Capped HeadPCGS MS66+$558,125
1825 $2 ½ Gold Capped Head LargePCGS MS67$499,375
1831 $2 ½ Gold Capped Head SmallPCGS MS67$352,500
1838 $2 ½ Gold ClassicPCGS MS67$235,000
1795 $5 Gold Small EaglePCGS MS65$646,250
1798 $5 Gold Small EaglePCGS AU55$1,175,000
1802/1 $5 Gold Heraldic EaglePCGS MS66$211,500
1803/2 $5 Gold Heraldic EaglePCGS MS66+$440,625
1795 $10 Gold Capped Bust 9 LeavesPCGS MS63+$1,057,500
1798/7 $10 Gold Heraldic Eagle 7x6 StarsPCGS MS61$705,000
1799 $10 Gold Heraldic EaglePCGS MS65+$352,500

     In this week’s HD Wholesale Market Dealer Price Guide many of the adjustments are from the results of major auctions. Early Halves are mixed but even the dates and grades that are lower are steady at the new levels. This is a strong market overall with some specific coins by grade that releveled just a bit lower. The 1807 Heraldic Eagle in MS65 is down slightly at $55,000 Market. In Capped Bust Halves, there are several declines in MS64 and MS65, but again, just marginally. The 1823 in MS65 is lower at $11,950 Market and the 1825 is down to $7,850 in the same grade.









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