1836 PG$1 Gold Dollar, Judd-69, Pollock-72, High R.7, PR64 NGC....
Silver Striking of the 1836 Gold Dollar1836 PG$1 Gold Dollar, Judd-69, Pollock-72, High R.7, PR64 NGC. The obverse offers a Liberty cap appropriately inscribed and surrounded by a glory of rays, the same motif used for the 1836 Mint medal celebrating the advent of steam coinage. The reverse features a large 1 D. in two lines, surrounded by a palm frond, with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and the date 1836 around the rim. Struck in silver with a plain edge. Probably a dozen or so of these pieces were struck in silver. The striking details are exceptionally sharp on each side. The fields are deeply reflective and much brilliance remains with multicolored toning surrounding the devices.
From The Van Treuren Collection. (PCGS# 11264)
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