1912 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle PCGS MS66

One of the Finest Known

The Philadelphia Mint was the sole producer of double eagles in 1912 and the issue was exported to a certain extent in overseas trade transactions, although a number of coins also circulated domestically and were used in local trade with Canada. There are hundreds of AU-level examples known, and rare pieces are seen in XF and even VF grades. Uncirculated survivors usually come with bag-marks. The bulk of the Mint State population grades only MS62 and MS63 — many of these coming from European hoards — although pieces are frequently seen at auction in the lower-population grade of MS64. The one offered here displays lovely, satiny surfaces and gorgeous color. The population is only 9 with 2 examples (both MS66+) graded higher.

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