1882-O Liberty Eagle NGC MS61

No Saint, But a Tough N.O. $10 Lib

The 1882-O eagle is an elusive issue from a small mintage of 10,820 coins. The average survivor grades AU50. Rarely encountered in Mint State, with fewer than 40 pieces certified MS60 to MS63 at PCGS and NGC combined. This particular example is particularly flashy with semi-prooflike surfaces and a bold strike. Listed at $12,100 in the CDN CPG and $11,800 in the NGC price guide.

Offered at $10,575 delivered

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1882 Three Dollar Gold Piece NGC MS65+ DPL

DMPL Gem $3

The 1882 three dollar gold piece claims a business-strike mintage of 1,500 pieces, certainly a small total in absolute terms, but not out-of-the-ordinary in the context of the series. The 1882 has a relatively high survival rate, probably because contemporary collectors realized the low production total would make the coins more desirable in the future and saved high-quality pieces. The issue is still very rare at the MS65 level, however. This coin is quite dramatic in appearance, with fully, deeply mirrored surfaces on each side, accompanied by heavily frosted devicesThis is one of only two examples of this date to have received the highly coveted DPL designation from NGC. The other was graded a lowly MS62DPL.

Offered at $33,600 delivered

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