Chinese Panda 1-kilo gold coin tops bidding in Scotsman sale

U.S. coins also draw bidders in Oct. 21 auction
By , Coin World
Published : 10/28/11
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A Chinese 1997 Panda 1-kilo gold 2,000-yuan coin, graded Proof 67 Ultra Cameo by Numismatic Guaranty Corp., sold for $110,400 during an Oct. 21 auction in St. Louis by Scotsman Auction Co.

The coin was among 985 lots of ancient, Colonial, U.S. and world coins, tokens, medals and paper money offered.

The firm reported a 79 percent sell-through rate for the lots offered, which brought total prices realized of $2,007,507. The prices realized include the 15 percent buyer’s fee added to the final closing hammer price of each lot won.

For more information on the auction, contact Scotsman Auction Co., 11261 Olive Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63141-7653, telephone the firm at 314-692-2646 or toll free at 800-642-4305, or visit the company website at

Some highlights:

1793 Liberty Cap, Head of 1793 cent, Sheldon 17a variety (as cataloged in Penny Whimsy by William H. Sheldon), ANACS Fine 15, laminations, $8,050.

1922-D Lincoln, No D, Strong Reverse, Die Pair 2 cent, Professional Coin Grading Service About Uncirculated 53, $3,795.

1889-CC Morgan dollar, NGC MS-60, $19,262.50.

1896 Morgan dollar, NGC Proof 67 cameo, $12,650.

1855 Indian Head gold dollar, NGC MS-66, $36,800.

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