The February expo gave a glimpse of what’s to come for the West Coast’s leading coin, currency, stamp, and sports collectibles show this year. Expo visitors enjoyed the public debut of a $50 million collection of U.S. $10 Gold Eagles, a limited U.S. Mint set release, live Heritage auctions, collectibles grading opportunities, and much more.
The world’s most valuable rare coin collection in private hands returned to the expo with its sixth exhibition installment, debuting for the first time publicly: Eagles of the Tyrant. This unprecedented $50 million collection of United States $10 Gold Eagles is the first to include all 33 (Bass-Dannreuther) and (Taraszka) varieties of 1795 to 1804, with standouts including the 1804 Plain 4, King of Siam Proof Eagle, the finest known 1795 13 Leaves Gold Eagle and the finest of only three known 1839/8 Proof PR67 Eagle.
PSA and PSA/DNA, the official sports collectible grading service of the Long Beach Expo, offered on site autograph authentication services in addition to accepting take home submissions and offering show exclusive grading specials.
The official grading service of the Long Beach Expo was on site grading coins and accepting currency take home submissions. In addition, PCGS hosted “Meet the Expert” sessions with Steve Feltner, PCGS Director of Numismatic Education and Outreach.