The October Torex Auction

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Five specialty collections highlight the October 27-29, 2011 MOORE’S auction sale, held in conjunction with TOREX coin show in Toronto, Ontario. On Thursday, Oct. 27th. The Morris Norman collection of medals, tokens and scrip relating to the Hudson’s Bay Company and the North American Indian trade will be sold. Listed as lots 1210 through 1398, the collection is the most complete and extensive Hudson’s Bay Company collection to be offered for sale in two decades. Also, on October 27th, the most complete collection of bank notes ever assembled from The International Bank of Canada, listed as lots 1425 through 1540, will also be sold as part of the banknote portion of the auction sale. Three very rare serial number one notes from the Dominion of Canada will also be auctioned. The third specialty collection to be auctioned in Session One on Thursday is a collection of tokens attributed to Thomas Church of Ottawa, lots 1125 through 1206. The collection is one of the most extensive to ever be auctioned in Canada.
A final specialty collection of War Savings Certificates will also be sold on Thursday in lot number 1772 through 1785, including an example that is unique to the collecting public. Session three on Saturday, October 29th featured the Ronald Greene collection of Canadian Savings Banks, sold in lot number 3301 through 3594. Built over five decades, it is the largest and most extensive collection of its kind to ever be auctioned in North America. MOORE’s also offers in the TOREX auction over 2000 additional lots of primarily Canadian and Newfoundland coins, paper money, tokens and medals, as well as collections of world and ancient coins.
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KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (16.96 g) attributed to1001 - KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (16.96 g) attributed to
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KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (16.96 g) attributed to Babylon, circa 311-305 BC. Obv: Head right of Her
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Estimate : 350.00 - 350.00
Sold to floor for (210.00) = 210.00
 
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KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (17.12 g) minted posthu1002 - KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (17.12 g) minted posthu
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KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (17.12 g) minted posthumously at Amphipolis, c. 315-294 BC. Obv: Head rig
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Estimate : 325.00 - 325.00
Sold to floor for (280.00) = 280.00
 
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SEVEN ANCIENT GREEK COINS, including a silver tetradrachm of ALEXANDER THE GREAT, a silver cistophor1003 - SEVEN ANCIENT GREEK COINS, including a silver tetradrachm of ALEXANDER THE GREAT, a silver cistophor
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SEVEN ANCIENT GREEK COINS, including a silver tetradrachm of ALEXANDER THE GREAT, a silver cistophorus and a late tetradrachm of the SELEUKID EMPIRE i
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Estimate : 175.00 - 175.00
Sold to s********a.. for (250.00 + 45.00) = 295.00
 
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THESSALY, LARISSA. C. 350 BC. Silver Drachm (5.90 g). Obv: Head of the nymph Larissa three-quarter f1004 - THESSALY, LARISSA. C. 350 BC. Silver Drachm (5.90 g). Obv: Head of the nymph Larissa three-quarter f
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THESSALY, LARISSA. C. 350 BC. Silver Drachm (5.90 g). Obv: Head of the nymph Larissa three-quarter facing to right. Rev: Horse feeding right. Cf. SNG
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Estimate : 275.00 - 275.00
Sold to floor for (140.00) = 140.00
 
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ATTICA, ATHENS. C. 440-404 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (17.18 g). Obv: Head right of Athena wearing crest1005 - ATTICA, ATHENS. C. 440-404 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (17.18 g). Obv: Head right of Athena wearing crest
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ATTICA, ATHENS. C. 440-404 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (17.18 g). Obv: Head right of Athena wearing crested helmet. Rev: Owl standing right, head facing. S
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Estimate : 375.00 - 375.00
Sold to floor for (500.00) = 500.00
 
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TWO POPULAR GREEK SILVER ISSUES: Tetradrachm of ATHENS, c. 430 BC (obv: Athena: rev: Owl; chisel cut1006 - TWO POPULAR GREEK SILVER ISSUES: Tetradrachm of ATHENS, c. 430 BC (obv: Athena: rev: Owl; chisel cut
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TWO POPULAR GREEK SILVER ISSUES: Tetradrachm of ATHENS, c. 430 BC (obv: Athena: rev: Owl; chisel cuts and countermarks on both sides, nicely centered,
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Estimate : 175.00 - 175.00
Sold to floor for (70.00) = 70.00
 
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AIGINA. C. 485-480 BC. Silver Stater (12.10 g) Obv: Turtle. Rev: Divided incuse square. Cf. Asyut 541007 - AIGINA. C. 485-480 BC. Silver Stater (12.10 g) Obv: Turtle. Rev: Divided incuse square. Cf. Asyut 54
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AIGINA. C. 485-480 BC. Silver Stater (12.10 g) Obv: Turtle. Rev: Divided incuse square. Cf. Asyut 541. Countermark on shell of turtle; Fine for issue.
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Estimate : 350.00 - 350.00
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A TRIO OF GREEK ISSUES of AIGINA. (Silver hemiobol; Good/Fine), HISTIAIA (silver diobol; Fine-VF) an1008 - A TRIO OF GREEK ISSUES of AIGINA. (Silver hemiobol; Good/Fine), HISTIAIA (silver diobol; Fine-VF) an
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A TRIO OF GREEK ISSUES of AIGINA. (Silver hemiobol; Good/Fine), HISTIAIA (silver diobol; Fine-VF) and a silver drachm of LYSIMACHOS, portraying Alexan
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Estimate : 150.00 - 150.00
Sold to floor for (90.00) = 90.00
 
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Lot of fourteen (14) coins, issued at such diverse cities as CAPUA, CARTHAGE, SINOPE and MARONEION, 1009 - Lot of fourteen (14) coins, issued at such diverse cities as CAPUA, CARTHAGE, SINOPE and MARONEION,
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Lot of fourteen (14) coins, issued at such diverse cities as CAPUA, CARTHAGE, SINOPE and MARONEION, this group of bronzes average VG-Fine in condition
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Estimate : 185.00 - 185.00
Sold to floor for (60.00) = 60.00
 
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PHOENICIA, TYRE. 107-106 BC. Silver Shekel (14.05 g) dated year 20. Obv: Laureate head right of Melq1010 - PHOENICIA, TYRE. 107-106 BC. Silver Shekel (14.05 g) dated year 20. Obv: Laureate head right of Melq
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PHOENICIA, TYRE. 107-106 BC. Silver Shekel (14.05 g) dated year 20. Obv: Laureate head right of Melqart. Rev: Eagle standing left; year above club in
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Estimate : 400.00 - 400.00
Sold to floor for (675.00) = 675.00
 
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