I recommend Heritage Auction Archives

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I recommend Heritage Auction Archives

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I use HA.com archived and completed auctions and it's great for coin values, but it's also great for finding what any collectibles sold for. You can view currency, fossils, glassware, etc. It's also great for discovering information about coins and other collectibles in their commentary.

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Re: I recommend Heritage Auction Archives

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Absolutely!
Classical Numismatic Group has a similar tool, but they have a narrower focus than Heritage. They specialize in Ancient coins, but you'll find World, Medieval, and some American coins. Also, some antiquities, modern plaques, medallions, and medals, and other "exonumia" in their "printed auctions" and "eAuctions" search results (after searching, you have to choose "coins store," "eauctions," or "printed auctions" results; they aren't provided in one combined list, which can be a little confusing at first).
http://www.cngcoins.com/Coins_sold.aspx

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