11400 W. Olympic Blvd.
Los Angeles , California
Telephone : 310.551.2646
Fax : 310.551.2626
Website : http://www.goldbergcoins.com/
Established in 1999, Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Inc., enjoys a rich history in the world of numismatics. Situated in Los Angeles, California, Goldberg Auctioneers caters to a robust international clientele with an eclectic palate, and boasts a truly impr... read more
Established in 1999, Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Inc., enjoys a rich history in the world of numismatics. Situated in Los Angeles, California, Goldberg Auctioneers caters to a robust international clientele with an eclectic palate, and boasts a truly impressive smorgasbord of quality selections. The auction house hosts numerous specialty sales throughout the year, and has partnered with Invaluable.com for nine auctions, to date. Goldberg Auctioneers features diverse numismatic collections at auction, ranging from U.S. coins and currency, to ancient and world coins. Historical manuscripts and documents, rare fossils and meteorites, objects d'art and stamps, space and aviation collectibles, and myriad other collections are also regularly highlighted by the auction house.
Goldberg Auctioneers has achieved innumerable record-breaking and prestigious sales under the auspices of its distinguished team of directors. The sale of The S.S. Central America and The King of Siam Set represent a mere glimpse into the historic numismatic collections handled by the auction house. Recent noteworthy sales include that of a 1795 S-79 R7+ Reeded Edge, PCGS graded VG-10, which garnered $1,265,000; a 1907 Double Eagle, which realized $1,210,000; a 1794 C-7 R5, PCGS graded MS-67 Red & Brown (CAC Approved), which brought in $1,150,000; a FLOWN LUNAR MODULE Timeline Book (Apollo 11, 1969), for $253,000; a lady's diamond and platinum solitaire ring, for $88,800; a Kingdom of Persis, Autophradates II (early-mid 2nd century B.C.), Silver Tetradrachm (16.8 g), for $38,775; and an autographed letter signed by President Thomas Jefferson (1818), for $14,400.
With renowned specialists Ira and Larry Goldberg at the helm, Goldberg Auctioneers affords its clientele a combined 80 years of experience in auctioneering, and in the field of numismatics. Goldberg Auctioneers’ illustrious, award-winning catalogues (which may be purchased online, or viewed here for free) are mailed to a thriving international audience, prior to each sale. An acute marketing strategy – which includes targeted press releases, email blasts, and prominent advertisements in all major trade publications and magazines – ensures maximum exposure for all items consigned to auction. Additionally, appraisals are offered at no cost, and consignments may be submitted online for consideration.
Goldberg Auctioneers maintains a magnificently-comprehensive website, which features auction catalogues with prices realized, details about services rendered, information for new customers, a calendar of past and upcoming auctions, a blog, and a newsletter. Additionally, one may contact them directly, and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.hide
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