1867 G$1 MS66 NGC....
Sparkling Prooflike 1867 Gold Dollar, MS661867 G$1 MS66 NGC. It is unsurprising that this piece has bright, shimmering prooflike fields since the mintage is so low. Only 5,250 pieces were produced, and most likely the initial die polish never diminished when the last coin was struck. As Breen notes (1988): "many with clash marks." This piece has dramatic clashing on both sides, but the most interesting by far is the complete word LIBERTY below the date, clashed from the obverse headdress. The surfaces are bright yellow-gold and there are no mentionable abrasions, just a bit of planchet granularity to the right of the denomination on the reverse.
From The Longfellow Collection.(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 25D3, PCGS# 7566)
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