1854 Gold Dollar PCGS MS65

Gem Type II

Gold dollar type collectors will find the short-lived Type Two design to be the most difficult to acquire. Of the six issues struck with the Small Head, Indian Princess dies, only the 1854 and 1855 are viable options for most type purposes and neither is particularly plentiful in high grade. Both the 1854 and 1855 issues are prone to strike weakness as a result of the high-relief design, frequently accompanied by the clash marks that are prevalent on representatives of the type.

Offered at $23,625 delivered

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1873-CC Seated Liberty Dollar PCGS VF35

Rare, Last Year-Of-Issue

Struck to the extent of a meager 2,300 pieces, the 1873-CC Seated dollar melds the perennial popularity of the Carson City Mint’s CC mintmark with the last year of issue for the Seated dollar design into an in-demand numismatic rarity. The paltry surviving population was further reduced by the likely melting of a large majority of the coinage in April 1873 at the Carson City Mint. Circulated examples in any grade are rare, and Mint State pieces are among the proverbial numismatic hen’s teeth. PCGS has graded only 95 pieces (including re-submissions) in all grades combined.

Offered at $22,715 delivered

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