NGC and PMG Highlights in Monetarium Singapore Auction
Posted on 2/26/2018
Monetarium (Singapore) Private Limited, one of the region's leading rare coin and banknote specialists, proudly presents its new Auction 21, featuring rare coins graded by NGC, banknotes graded by PMG and other items.
- Lot 435 - Singapore: 1976 $5 and 1989 $5 (matching serial number of A/66 666666), graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated EPQ and PMG 66 Gem Uncirculated EPQ. Starting bid: SGD20,000 (about $15,000 USD).
- Lot 519 - Singapore: 1984 $1,000, serial number A/4 888888, graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated. Starting bid: SGD17,000.
- Lot 850 - French Indo-China: 1917 20 Piastres, graded PMG 30 Very Fine. Starting bid: SGD2,000.
- Lot 851 - French Indo-China: 1920 100 Piastres, graded PMG 30 Very Fine NET. Starting bid: SGD1,800.
- Lot 1026 - Malaya and British Borneo: 1953 $10,000 Specimen, graded PMG 64 Choice Uncirculated NET. Starting bid: SGD50,000.
- Lot 1188 - Thailand: 1911-24 10 Ticals, graded PMG 30 Very Fine. Starting bid: SGD1,200.
- Lot 1208 - Thailand: 1939 1000 Baht, graded PMG 40 Extremely Fine. Starting bid: SGD1,500.
- Lot 22 - Singapore: 1992 Gold Proof $100 BCCS 25th Anniversary Commemorative, graded NGC PF 69 Ultra Cameo. Starting bid: SGD3,600.
- Lot 189 - China: 1993 Fu, Lu and Shu Gold 100 Yuan, graded NGC PF 69 Ultra Cameo. Starting bid: SGD16,000.
- Lot 249 - Netherlands East Indies, 1786 VOC 3 Gulden, graded NGC AU 58. Starting Bid: SGD2,000.
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