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Press Release - August 28, 2004

Heritage Pittsburgh Bullet Auction Results

Dallas, Texas: Heritage's Pittsburgh Bullet Auction (sale #353), which closed Monday night, August 23, turned in total sell-through of $590,588.45. With 1,135 bidders competing for 2,106 lots, 2,106 were successful. 91.36% of lots found new owners. 22 lots were bought after-auction by 19 bidders for $5,567.90.

Heritage's Bullet auctions are posted at Heritage's award-winning website and are also displayed in person at the coin convention with which they are associated. Every single-coin lot includes full color enlargeable images of the obverse and reverse, latest population and third-party pricing data, and comparable auction records to help bidders determine their bids with confidence. HeritageCoin members who sign up with My WantList online are automatically notified whenever specific coins they need are posted for bidding.

Here are just a few of the highlights sold in the August 23 Bullet Auction:

The complete prices realized, along with full-color images of every coin in this sale, and all other Heritage auctions, are available at no charge to HeritageCoin members in the Permanent Auction Archives (membership is totally free).

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