1858 G$1 MS67 PCGS. The 1858 gold dollar, with a mintage of nearly 118,000 pieces, is not rare in an absolute sense. Indeed...
Superb 1858 Gold Dollar1858 G$1 MS67 PCGS. The 1858 gold dollar, with a mintage of nearly 118,000 pieces, is not rare in an absolute sense. Indeed, it is fairly available through MS62, but becomes scarcer in MS63 and near-Gem grades. Higher levels of preservation are considerably more difficult to acquire. In MS67, the grade of the coin in this lot, only 7 examples have been seen by PCGS and NGC combined, and a mere two specimens finer. Moreover, according to our records, only four MS67 examples have appeared for sale through the major auction houses within the last 15 or so years, as has one MS68 coin.
On this example, fully lustrous surfaces display a softly frosted, nearly satiny texture, and are devoid of any mentionable marks. The strike is well executed, embolding the coin's motifs. Some minor clashmarks are noted on each side. A superb specimen for the aficionado of gold dollars.(Registry values: N1) (NGC ID# 25CH, PCGS# 7548)
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