The half dime sells for $92,000.

The auction held by Legend-Morphy on February 28 in Las Vegas included 334 pieces and brought in a total of $1.73 million.

The sale took place in the Venetian/Palazzo Hotel, which was the location of the Professional Coin Grading Service Members Not Allowed Show.

With a grade of PCGS MS-64+ and a Certified Acceptance Corp. sticker, a half dime with the date 1796/5 and a grade of $92,000 was the most expensive item in the auction.

A member of the Eliasberg collection is included in its pedigree.

A buyer's fee of fifteen percent is included in both the total prices realized and the individual lot prices that are provided.

A 1909-D $20 gold piece that was graded according to PCGS Secure MS-66 CAC brought in a total of $80,500.

PCGS Secure AU-55+ 1798 silver dollar, Small Eagle, 15 stars, B-2, BB-81 was among the items that brought in a total of $51,750.

According to Laura Sperber, a partner at Legend-Morphy, "This particular coin was a part of the personal collection of a major Bust dollar dealer and is extremely rare in 'choice AU' or higher."

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