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20 Sep 2019

D.Brent Pogue Collection catalogs

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Just received catalogs of the D.Brent Pogue collection 1 -4 , and put in an order for 5. All I can say is WOW! A treasure of information on this outstanding auction of the late Brent Pogue. If you have a chance of looking through these catalogs, do so! Looking forward to browsing these catalogs this weekend!

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Moneda1793

Level 4

Just completed the D.Brent Pogue 7 catalog collection. Being catalog #6 appeared to be elusive, I finally had to order it from Stack's /Bowers website, at a price! Catalog 6 was Pogue's paper money collection, and what a collection it was! I like collecting $1 notes, first the small bank notes , then moving up to the Large bank notes. In the near future I'll put up some pics of these notes.

Moneda1793

Level 4

After collecting the First 5 catalogs , I recently purchase catalog # 7 from the March 2020 auction . Keeping an eye out for catalog # 6 which appears elusive . Hope everyone here is healthy and coping well with the corona-virus situation.

Longstrider

Level 6

I love browsing the auctions. For us members with little money for the catalogs, they usually aren't cheap, most are available to look at the Newman Numismatic Portal. https://nnp.wustl.edu/ Thanks..

"SUN"

Level 6

Auction catalogs are a great addition to a collector's library.

Moneda1793

Level 4

I totally agree. I started my own personal numismatic library with Auction catalogs.

JudeA

Level 4

I don't have the money for anything in these auctions! It has always interested me looking through them.

Mike

Level 7

I like looking thru them . My favorites is Baldwin's and Nobels in New Zealand. There great.

Moneda1793

Level 4

Going to keep an eye out for their next auction.

It's Mokie

Level 6

Auction catalogs can be fun, like a Sears Catalog in the old days. Just pick one from each page and pretend you are a well financed collector with money to spare. (: Numismatic catalogs are the ultimate Wish Book.

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