One of the Very Finest
The 1914 is a relatively low-mintage issue, boasting a production total of only 95,250 coins. These were produced chiefly for the purpose of backing gold certificates being issued for circulation. Most surviving coins, repatriated from overseas, are extensively bag-marked from repeated moving and jostling in bags. In Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles, Roger Burdette reasons that most of the high-grade survivors known today came from the same few bags that received less movement throughout their life. A few high-grade pieces may also trace their origins to collectors who acquired them directly from the Mint Cashier in the United States. The one offered here boasts clean surfaces with a satin-like texture. Only 8 have been graded higher by PCGS.
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