Fancy serial numbered banknotes are a hot commodity in the numismatic market place right now and there’s no sign that that’s going to change. As witnessed in past sales, low numbers, solid numbers, ladders, and radars have consistently exceeded pre-sale expectations. Here are a few special radar notes that can be found in Geoffrey Bell […]Read more "Multiple Radar Notes for Paris Sale"
Do you study those pieces listed in the first section of the Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins? Many collectors of our nation’s currency seem to ignore this section, jumping right to provincial coinage or even those struck by the Province of Canada in 1858, leaving these important pieces hugely under-appreciated. Canada’s history didn’t begin […]Read more "Early North American Currency at Toronto Coin Expo"
At Geoffrey Bell Auctions Ltd. we get pretty used to handling rare, historic pieces of Canadian history, but that certainly doesn’t mean we aren’t awed by these seemingly priceless artifacts and the subject of this post is a perfect demonstration of the ability to wow even the most experienced numismatists – Canadian Indian Chief Medals. […]Read more "Rare Indian Chief Medals at the Toronto Coin Expo 2017 Fall Sale"