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05 Aug 2022

2022 Annual YN Auction Catalog Highlights!

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The 2022 Yearly YN auction Catalog is out! I have been waiting patiently for this to finally come out! On this blog I will be talking about some of the highlights of the catalog. In fact, today is actually Bloggers Day! But first, I will talk about the ones from the monthly YN auction.


The first coin or lot #1 is a MS-66 NGC Graded 1964-D Roosevelt dime. It's a pretty good grade for a 90% Roosevelt dime but not something I need for my collection so I bid a little on it. There is a little bit of dirt on it but I think 66 is a fair grade. It can be worth around $16 which is pretty good for what it is. It has a reverse of 20 YN dollars.


The second coin or lot #2 is a PR69 Deep Cameo 2001-S Kentucky Quarter. It looks like it might have a little dirt on the front but otherwise looks good. It being a PR69 Cameo can make it worth around $12. It's not silver or anything but has the cool horse reverse that I like so I bid on it. It has no reserve.


The third coin or lot #3 is a 1935-D ANACS VG 8 Liberty Walking Half. It is probably worth around $12 and is not really a coin that looks nice or has eye-appeal. But if you're looking for a low grade Walker, then this is a great coin for you. I bid a tiny bit since it is silver but it doesn’t appeal to me. It has a reverse of 40 YN dollars.


Now for the real stars of the show the 2022 Annual YN Auction Catalog highlights. These are coins that appealed to me that I will try to win in September. If you are a YN and don't have anything to do on September 10 then you should definitely join us online, even if you just want to watch since it is so much fun. This is only my second year of doing it so this year I hope to win one or two things.


The first coin of my highlights is Lot 12 the 1877-S Liberty Seated Dime. It has VF details and is a little bit worn out but it definitely appealed to me. I don't have a Liberty Seated dime yet so this would be a great coin for my collection. It has a reserve of 20 YN dollars and can be worth around $20, what a coincidence. (or maybe not!) But either way it is silver and appealed to me.


The second coin I liked is Lot 17, the FS -901 Type B Reverse, 1964 Washinton Quarter. It is in EF condition but is a cool Washington variety that I would love to have for my collection. It has a reserve of 25 YN dollars and is worth around $16. I would love to have it for my Silver Washington collection and I definitely bid a fair amount on it.


I had to pass some very tempting Morgans to get to our third coin. Although I would love a few MS Morgan dollars, they will go way out of my YN dollar price range. Anyway, the third coin I picked is Lot 24, a 1920 Pilgrim Tercentenary Commemorative Half Dollar. As many of you know I love classic commems and this one would be great for my collection. It is silver and has a reserve of 40 dollars and is worth around $50 in its Improperly Cleaned, EF details.


There were a few other coins that I had my eyes on and will bid on but these are the main ones I will go for.


Thanks for reading my blog and have a good day!


Cheerio Coins


Comments

Kepi

Level 6

Great items for the auction! Have fun and good luck! ; )

CheerioCoins

Level 5

Thanks!

Longstrider

Level 6

Very nice stuff this year. I hope all you YN's have fun. Enjoy all the hard work.

CheerioCoins

Level 5

Yeah.

AC coin$

Level 6

Nice coins . Great blog

CheerioCoins

Level 5

Thanks!

"SUN"

Level 6

Good luck to the YN's

Mike

Level 7

I hope all you collectors have fun at the auction. Sam works very hard putting it all together. I hope you all get what you want. And enjoy it. I watch it every year.Don't forget those who donated for this. I myself could not get the coins to the mail. I cannot walk that far so I donate other ways. So you will have the tools you need during the year!!Have fun!

CheerioCoins

Level 5

Yes, thanks to Sam and everyone who donated to the YN Auction.

Jackson14

Level 4

Cool stuff. Thanks

CheerioCoins

Level 5

No problem

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