(1999) Martha Washington "Dollar," Judd-2185, Low R.7, MS66 NGC....
MS66 Martha Washington "Dollar," Judd-2185(1999) Martha Washington "Dollar," Judd-2185, Low R.7, MS66 NGC. 8.2 gm. The 1759-dated obverse has a portrait of Martha Washington facing right, while the reverse shows a view of Mount Vernon. These dies, which omit a denomination and the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, have been used by the Mint to test coinage alloys since 1965. Struck in magnesium brass-coated copper-clad metal with a plain edge. The consistent green-gold color is similar to that of the Sacagawea dollar, which succeeded the Anthony dollar in 2000. An intricately struck Premium Gem with vibrant satin luster and a virtually immaculate reverse. The obverse has only a few minuscule ticks. Only a single example of this pattern has previously appeared in a Heritage auction, as lot 11257 in our November 2003 New York Signature. ANR auctioned an MS63 example in December 2003 for $20,700. (PCGS# 62298)
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