1846-O $1 MS63 PCGS. CAC....
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Desirable 1846-O Seated Dollar, MS631846-O $1 MS63 PCGS. CAC. The 1846-O Seated Liberty dollar is the first silver dollar coined at any of the branch mints. A small mintage of 59,000 pieces was accomplished, and the coins circulated extensively in the Mississippi Valley. The issue is available in circulated grades today, but Mint State coins are rare. Q. David Bowers comments, "A top grade 1846-O is an object of desirability. In MS-63 or better grade it is a prime rarity."
The present coin has bright, semiprooflike fields, as often seen on Seated dollars. The reflective surfaces are overlaid with attractive layers of original toning. Pale shades of lilac and rose predominate, with occasional highlights of deeper blue. All design elements are sharply defined, and the surfaces are free of obvious defects. Population: 8 in 63, 1 finer (11/09).(Registry values: N4719) (NGC ID# 24YH, PCGS# 6933)
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