Lot 190 of All Nations Stamp and Coin Auction No. 1063 was a 1925 key date cent in Extremely Fine condition. It crossed the auction block for $48 after a pre-sale estimate of $40.
Lot 191, an 1858 Province of Canada silver five-cent coin in Very Good condition, realized $33 after an estimate of $20.
The following lot offered another 1858 Province of Canada coin, this a silver 20-cent piece in Very Fine condition. It sold for $137 after an estimate of $100.
Lot 193, a 1936 silver dollar in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, barely topped its estimate of $50 when it crossed the block for $55.
Lot 194 included five different 1956 silver dollars, each in a Capital type set holder, in BU condition. It more than doubled its pre-sale estimate of $100 when it crossed the block for a hammer price of $242.
Lot 195, a 1914 $5 gold coin in About Uncirculated condition, realized $550 after an estimate of $500.
Lot 196, a 1955 six-coin (one-cent to $1) silver Proof-Like set in two-by-two holders sold for $250 after an estimate of $300.
Lot 197, an 1874-1994 Royal Canadian Mounted Police Proof “Long Ride” one-ounce silver bar (serial No. 01962) realized $44 after an estimate of $30.
Lastly, lot 200, an 1878 Dominion of Canada (DC-8a) Payable at Montreal $1 banknote, realized $440 after a pre-sale estimate of $250.
Each of the sale’s 200 lots crossed the auction block.
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