NGC-Certified British Gold Coin Among the Top Lots in Japan Auction
Posted on 11/9/2020
World coins certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®) are among the highlights in Ginza Coins’ upcoming Auction 32 sale in Tokyo, Japan. Online bidding is open and ends November 21, 2020.
One of the most anticipated coins in the sale is a rare Great Britain 1826 5 Sovereigns graded NGC PF 62+ Ultra Cameo that has a starting price of 8,000,000 JPY (about $76,500 USD). The coin was struck as part of King George IV’s limited mid-reign Proof Set, with a mintage between 150 and 225 pieces. It is considered one of the most desirable British coins on the market for its modern design and striking portrait.
Other NGC-certified highlights include:
- a Japan M3(1870) 20 Yen graded NGC MS 62 that has a starting price of 5,200,000 JPY (about $49,700 USD)
- an England 1692 "Qvarto" 5 Guineas graded NGC AU 58 that has a starting price of 5,000,000 JPY (about $48,000 USD)
- a 10-coin Great Britain 1893 Proof Set (3 Pence to 5 Sovereigns) graded NGC PF 62 Ultra Cameo to NGC PF 65 that has a starting price of 4,000,000 (about $38,000 USD)
- a Japan M20(1887) 5 Yen graded NGC MS 66 that has a starting price of 1,100,000 JPY (about $10,500 USD)
- a Lydia - Croesus 561-546 BC Gold Stater graded NGC Ancients Ch XF, 5/5 Strike and 4/5 Surface that has a starting price of 1,000,000 JPY (about $9,500 USD)
- a Japan M3(1870) Type 1 Yen graded NGC MS 65 PL that has a starting price of 800,000 JPY (about $7,600 USD)
- a Great Britain 1837 Silver Pattern Crown graded NGC MS 67 that has a starting price of 800,000 JPY (about $7,600 USD)
- an Italy 1914R Silver Prova Di Stampa 5 Lire graded NGC MS 65 that has a starting price of 800,000 JPY (about $7,600 USD)
All starting prices provided by the auction house.
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