U.S. Coins Spanning 60 Years Goes Up for Auction

By: Mobin

The Brighton Collection of high-grade U.S. coins spanning 60 years goes up for auction at Heritage Auctions' Long Beach Expo.


The February 8-11 auction also includes many other impressive coin collections likely to appeal to a wide range of collectors.


 An 1879 Seated Liberty Quarter graded PCGS MS67 from the Brighton Collection stands out for its minuscule mintage of just 13,600.


The 1918/7-S Standing Liberty Quarter overdate is a famous rarity that survives mainly in lower grades, making the AU58 example notable.


A spectacular 1915 Buffalo Nickel graded PCGS MS67+ leads its grade category with exceptional eye appeal and surface preservation.


The Brighton Collection comprises 82 high-grade coins focused on beloved series like Buffalo Nickels and Walking Liberty Halves.


Heritage Auctions' U.S. Coins Signature Auction anchored by the Brighton Collection runs February 8th through 11th in Long Beach.


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