1862 S$1 PR64 PCGS....
Beautifully Toned Near-Gem 1862 Seated Dollar1862 $1 PR64 PCGS. Exquisite orange, sky-blue, and rose-mauve colors grace this needle-sharp specimen. A speck of debris near the eleventh star is relatively inconspicuous. Certified in an earlier generation PCGS holder. Bowers writes in his Silver Dollar Encyclopedia, "Proof dollars of 1862 are especially desired today due to the enticingly low business strike mintage of just 11,540 coins, the smallest of that era." Only 550 proofs were struck, and given the low third party populations, it seems likely that a number of pieces went unsold and were melted by the Mint. Population: 21 in 64, 8 finer (8/04).(#7005) (Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 252G, PCGS# 7005)
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