Top Record Sales at Heritage's $16M NYINC World

By: Mobin

A Charles II silver Petition Crown sold for $960K, setting a world record for a British silver coin. One of only 20 examples known, with 7 in museums.


A rare Henry III gold Penny reached $504K, one of just 4 in private hands & only the 2nd offered by Heritage Auctions.


An Anne gold 5 Guineas doubled estimates at $408K. The sole finest pre-Union example, one of two Anne 5 Guineas graded MS63. 


A Carol I gold 20 Lei Pattern nearly tripled its high estimate, selling for $336K & setting a record for the key Romanian rarity.


An exquisitely rare Nicholas II gold 1/2 Imperial 5 Roubles Specimen realized $264K, one of only two PCGS-graded Specimens known.


A Victoria gold Crown Pattern achieved $264K. Among the most distinct British Patterns with Victoria's unique 3/4 bust. 


Top ancient coins included a Carthage gold trihemistater from the Wetmore Collection at $60K and a Claudius aureus at $55K.


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