The $3 Indian Princess is a rare coin not usually found at auction." stated Paul Sabesky, Chief Auctioneer.
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An auction highlight is Lot# 559532, a pair of 8.50 CT Ruby & Diamond Earrings are set in an royal design of white gold mounted with two large oval faceted rubies surrounded by 42 round diamonds and 16 smaller additional rubies with an estimated low value of $4,500. This item currently has a high bid of only $110.
Another major draw in this auction is the quality of gold coins offered. A rare gold coin for auction is a 1854 U.S. $3 Indian Princess Gold Coin. "The $3 Indian Princess is a rare coin not usually found at auction." stated Paul Sabesky, Chief Auctioneer. Designed by James Longacre, this is the first year of coins minted in the $3 amount and design. The coin features an Indian Princess with a plume like headdress on front and the reverse contains the date of mintage within a wreath with the words "3 Dollars." There were only 138,618 pieces of this coin struck in 1854.
A simple, yet elegant 14 kt. White Gold, 9.19CT Round Cut Diamond Tennis Bracelet is already garnering a number of bids. The seven inch bracelet is composed of a ribbon of 45 round brilliant cut diamonds mounted in white gold with a concealed clasp and safety bar. Tennis bracelets owe their name to famed tennis player Chris Evert who had been wearing an expensive diamond bracelet that featured an inline string of individually set diamonds during a match. When the clasp snapped during play she asked the officials to stop the tennis match until the bracelet could be found.
Additional fine jewelry highlights include a 3.83CT Tanzanite 1.25 Diamond Ring, and a number of luxury watches including a 2.25 CT Diamond Lalanne Swiss Watch.
Government Auction’s Sunday, May 20, 2012 auction event will commence at 7:30 a.m. Pacific Time/10:30 a.m. Eastern Time.
Absentee, phone and Internet live bidding through Proxibid.com will be available. For additional information on any lot in the sale, call Debbie on 661-823-1543 or e-mail info(at)governmentauction(dot)com.
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Official Auction - High End Assets Sale - Sunday, May 20, 7:30 AM PST
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