This one is a toughie.
Despite its substantial mintage of more than three million pieces, the 1924-D double eagle has always been an elusive issue. Most of the coins were held in Mint vaults or Federal Reserve Banks until the Gold Recall of 1933, and subsequently melted into gold bars for storage at Fort Knox. Comparatively few reached circulation in this country and the issue was believed to be quite rare in the 1940s. Fortunately, some of the exported coins were returned to the U.S., beginning about 1950, and the supply has been considerably augmented since then. The 1924-D is still scarce in MS64 condition, and very rare in higher grades. Only twelve have been graded 65 or higher by PCGS. Listed at $11,600 in the CDN CPG, $11,000 in the PCGS price guide and $12,500 in Trends.
Offered at $10,550 delivered
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