Stack’s Bowers Galleries Unveils Physical Cryptocurrency Session


Costa Mesa, CA
– Stack’s Bowers Galleries is delighted to introduce their newest Physical Cryptocurrency Session at the Official Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Spring Expo. This is Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ first crypto offering since their ground-breaking Cryptocurrency Anniversary sale in November 2022, an event that pushed the firm’s total prices realized in this category above $2 Million. The Spring 2023 sale is now open for viewing and pre-sale bidding at

Live bidding for the Cryptocurrency Session will commence on March 24 at 2PM PDT / 5PM ET and winners have the option to pay their invoices using Bitcoin via BitPay at a 1% fee for authorization. Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ prior sale includes 302 lots, 168 Loaded and 134 Non-Loaded, spanning Bitcoin, Litecoin, Monero, Dogecoin, ViaCoin and BitCoRe cryptocurrencies, featuring some of the most popular series like Casascius, Lealana, BTCC, Alpen Coin, Bitcoin Penny Co., Crypto Imperator, Denarium, 1HoDLCLUB, Microsoul, MoonBits, NastyFans, Satori and Titan Mint.

A pair of special notes are also available, Pattern/Prototype Sets from the Lealana Archives, including a matched six-coin set of Pattern 2013 Lealana Bitcoins and a five-coin set of Pattern 2013 Lealana Litecoins, both marked with Serial Number 155. These sets are available in a variety of finishes and features not found on official production coinage from the recent past. Additional Offerings from the Lealana series contain very rare denominations like 0.1 BTC, 0.25 BTC, 0.5 BTC, plus a selection from the 2021-2022 “Bitcoin Cent” 0.01 BTC with coins that have never been offered in an auction.

The foundational coins in this category will always be valued as Casascius coins and the Stack’s Bowers Galleries Spring 2023 Auction features a few of the most historic ones. The selection includes an exceptional 2011 “CASACIUS ERROR” 1 BTC in Brass graded by ANACS as MS-66 and several Brass and Silver Extraordinary 0.5 BTC coins graded at MS-67 by ANACS.

Cryptocurrency fans will be delighted to know that Stack’s Bowers Galleries is offering an array of unique coins and tokens in its Spring 2023 Cryptocurrency Session. From the popular 1K Bits Poker Chips to the rare 500K Bits in Titanium, and the Proof-66 Deep Cameo (PCGS: 1 BTC), shoppers can find a wide selection of coins and tokens to add to their collections.

The Non-Loaded items are particularly stunning, with pieces featuring intact security holograms, and publicly available wallets. Other rarities include the Unfunded 2016 Lealana “King Kam” 2 oz silver coins, Unfunded Titan Mint 1 BTC bought in 1 oz. of gold, and Bitcoin Penny Company pieces struck in gold, silver and platinum. There’s even a pair of 2014 Casascius “St. Petersburg Bowl” Bitcoin-Themed Silver medals.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries is well-known in the numismatic world, having conducted Internet and live auctions of rare U.S. and international coins, currency and coins of historical value. The company has cataloged and sold some of the world’s most valuable pieces, including several famous United States coin and currency collections, and world coin and currency collections. Their Costa Mesa auction gallery also holds regular in-person events, and they are the official auctioneer for a variety of numismatic conventions and shows.

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