The Canadian Legacy Sale II

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To our old and new customers alike, welcome to the February 2015 Canadian Legacy II Public
Auction and Mail Bid Sale, a joint sale by Moore Numismatic Auctions and Canadian Coin
& Currency. The 2015 Canadian Legacy II auction is one of the most comprehensive sales of
Canadian material in the combined sixty-four year history of both our auction firms. Three separate catalogues have been produced for the sale. Within the nearly two hundred and fifty pages are featured items for the advanced, intermediate and beginning collector of Canadian coins, tokens, medals and banknotes. We hope that you will find many fabulous numismatic items to add to your collection.

The February Canadian Legacy II sale will be held at the downtown Toronto Hilton hotel, the
location of the recent Legacy I auction, and features a splendid selection of over 3,200
lots of superb material, including many finest known examples and examples of the highest
rarity, at or near the top of the grading census. The quantity of coins, bank notes and tokens
is extensive and the overall quality is excellent. Over 2,000 coins have been graded or
certified by a Third Party Grading Service, with the majority by ICCS followed by PCGS.
Well over 700 lots are within the top ten grading census or are the ‘Finest’ graded by various
grading firms.

Over seventy consignors from across North America have contributed to the sale, adding
both depth and great variety. Part One features the Canadian and United States coins and tokens formed by Mr. G.F. Landon of Winnipeg and consigned by The Church of the Advent, Toronto. Part Two features the Victoria North collection, a near complete Canadian collection in Gem condition along with outstanding world coinage, while Part Three features the second part of the Ronald A. Greene collection of Canadian bank notes, along with a multitude of additional consignments.

Here’s wishing you the best of success with your bids. If we can be of any assistance to you regarding the sale please feel free to contact us.
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SML. 1998. Titanic Privy. ICCS SP-68.1881 - SML. 1998. Titanic Privy. ICCS SP-68.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
SML. 1998. $5-Titanic Privy Mark. ICCS graded Specimen-68.
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 135.00 - 135.00
Sold to g***o for (70.00 + 12.60) = 82.60
 
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Sovereign. 1911-C. ICCS MS-65.1882 - Sovereign. 1911-C. ICCS MS-65.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Sovereign. 1911-C. ICCS graded Gem Uncirculated-65. A lovely orange-gold patina graces this superbly struck and lustrous piece. Tied 1 of only 4 fines
Bidding Has Concluded
Start Price : 1,300.00 | Estimate : 3,000.00 - 3,000.00
 
 
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$20.00. 1967- $20. ICCS SP-66.1883 - $20.00. 1967- $20. ICCS SP-66.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
$20.00. 1967 Gold, .900, 18.27g, ABW 0.529 oz. ICCS graded Specimen-66.
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 1,000.00 - 1,000.00
Sold to floor for (725.00) = 725.00
 
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Lot of six (6) ICCS graded 2004 test tokens.1884 - Lot of six (6) ICCS graded 2004 test tokens.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Lot of six (6) ICCS graded 2004 test tokens, including: 1 cent TT1.13, MS-67; 5 cent TT5.12, MS-66; 10 cent TT 10.13, MS-66; 25 cent Poppy TT25.25, MS
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 120.00 - 120.00
Sold to h*****9 for (130.00 + 23.40) = 153.40
 
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Lot of two (2) ICCS graded medallions.1885 - Lot of two (2) ICCS graded medallions.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Lot of two (2) ICCS graded medallions, including: 1927 Confederation, MS-65; 1939 Royal Visit, Silver, MS-65.
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 150.00 - 150.00
Sold to h*****3 for (150.00 + 24.00) = 174.00
 
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1 Cent. 1871. ICCS MS-67 Red.1886 - 1 Cent. 1871. ICCS MS-67 Red.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Prince Edward Island. 1 Cent. 1871. ICCS graded Superb Gem Uncirculated-67 Red. A dazzling example of this one year type. Marvellous animated lustre a
Bidding Has Concluded
Start Price : 1,900.00 | Estimate : 4,000.00 - 4,000.00
 
 
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1 Cent. 1872H. ICCS MS-65 Red.1887 - 1 Cent. 1872H. ICCS MS-65 Red.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Newfoundland. 1 Cent. 1872H. Mirror Surfaces. ICCS graded Gem Uncirculated-65 Red.
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 900.00 - 900.00
Sold to j******g for (475.00 + 85.50) = 560.50
 
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1 Cent. 1885. ICCS MS-65 Red.1888 - 1 Cent. 1885. ICCS MS-65 Red.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Newfoundland. 1 Cent. 1885. ICCS graded Gem Uncirculated-65 Red. With a scant mintage of only 40,000 pieces, the 1885 Newfoundland cent is the pivotal
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 6,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold to floor for (3,000.00) = 3,000.00
 
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1 Cent. 1909. ICCS MS-66 Red.1889 - 1 Cent. 1909. ICCS MS-66 Red.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Newfoundland. 1 Cent. 1909. ICCS graded Superb Gem Uncirculated-66 Red.
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 1,400.00 - 1,400.00
Sold to floor for (650.00) = 650.00
 
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1 Cent. 1913. ICCS MS-65 Red.1890 - 1 Cent. 1913. ICCS MS-65 Red.
Charles Moore / Canadian Coin & Currency
Newfoundland. 1 Cent. 1913. ICCS graded Gem Uncirculated-65 Red.
Bidding Has Concluded
Estimate : 450.00 - 450.00
Sold to 7*******s for (200.00 + 36.00) = 236.00
 
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