1866 Motto Liberty Double Eagle PCGS MS63

Pop 1, One Graded Higher

The motto IN GOD WE TRUST was added to the reverse of the double eagle design in 1866 and the Philadelphia Mint struck 698,775 coins with the new motif. The coins circulated heavily in the 19th century and few high-quality examples were saved by contemporary collectors. The issue is prized by type collectors today, as the first year of the Type Two design, but examples in MS62 condition are very rare, and finer coins are virtually unobtainable. In hand, the color of this coin tends a bit more towards yellow gold, as opposed to the orange-gold seen in our images. This is the only PCGS MS63, with a single (MS64) example graded higher.

Offered at $59,100 delivered

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1866-S Motto Liberty Double Eagle PCGS MS61

“Motto” for Today is…

This is the first San Francisco Type Two double eagle issue. Although struck in large quantity (842,250 pieces), the mintage circulated heavily in the West and precious few Uncirculated pieces have surfaced in the past 150+ years. Among the small number of Mint State survivors, none have graded MS63 or better at either PCGS or NGC. The PCGS population currently stands at 19 with 8 higher.

Offered at $12,600 delivered

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1866 Three Dollar Gold Piece PCGS MS64

Rare, Flashy Near-Gem

Struck shortly after the close of the Civil War, the 1866 three dollar gold piece was not saved in any meaningful quantity by collectors, and thus its low 4,000-coin mintage had more of an effect on high-grade availability than can be said of the mintages of later issues in the series. Mint State survivors are scarce across the board, but are notably rare above the MS62 level. The example offered here is highly lustrous and flashy, with a lovely overall appearance. The PCGS population is only 7 with 5 higher and if you were even able to locate an MS65 example, it would likely be more than double the price of this coin.  Listed at $16,300 in the CDN CPG, $13,000 in the PCGS price guide and $17,500 in Trends.

Offered at $12,850 delivered

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