The Draped Bust Eagles eagles are a special case, the shortest denomination and the largest early U.S. gold, made only from 1795 through 1804 (one variety was struck in 1834-35), although no 1802-dated examples were produced. Like the quarter eagles, they were struck in relatively small quantities. A date set of early eagles consists of only nine coins, although a variety set — not for the faint of heart — would include 33 die marriages, some extremely rare. This one is lighter and brighter than it appears in our images. Listed at $31,500 in the CDN CPG and $37,500 in the NGC price guide. Unlisted in Trends in this grade but they do list it at $32,500 in MS60.
Offered at $28,000
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