First Year of Issue 1838 Liberty Eagle PCGS AU53

The Philadelphia Mint struck a meager total of 7,200 ten dollar gold pieces in 1838, after a 34-year hiatus. The coins featured Christian Gobrecht’s brand new Liberty design, which was modified slightly the next year, creating a short-lived design subtype for collectors. As might be expected, the 1838 Liberty eagle is an elusive issue, especially in high grade. 

The PCGS population stands at just 3 with 19 higher. The example offered here is lighter, brighter and flashier than seen in our images. Listed at $23,000 in the CDN CPG and $21,000 in the PCGS price guide.

Offered at $18,175 delivered

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Tied for Highest Graded, Desirable 1838 Gobrecht Dollar PCGS PR65

J-84 Restrike. These popular and rare Gobrecht dollars were struck between June 1859 and 1863. They were struck on orders of Mint Director James Ross Snowden as trade pieces for rare Washingtonia needed for the Mint Cabinet Collection. To date, only two Original 1838 Gobrecht dollars are known, one is in the Smithsonian and the other in the ANS. Thus, collectors assembling a date set of Gobrecht dollars must seek a Restrike of this rare date. In hand, this coin is much more colorful and attractive than seen in our images The PCGS population is only six with none graded higher. Listed at $145,000 in the PCGS price guide.

Offered at $132,000

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