1871-CC $1 AU55 PCGS. Ex: Eliasberg. This is a problem-free example with no abrasions that are out of context with the AU5...
Significant 1871-CC Dollar, Choice AU55 PCGS1871-CC $1 AU55 PCGS. Ex: Eliasberg. This is a problem-free example with no abrasions that are out of context with the AU55 level of preservation. A warm blanket of golden-gray patina blankets both sides, and every feature is boldly defined with only the lightest rub across the highpoints. Considerable reflective luster remains, with a modest, yet pleasing glow in the fields. The 1871-CC boasts the lowest mintage (1,376 pieces) among CC-mint Seated Dollars. Only 85-125 pieces are believed extant in all grades, and these coins are rarer than survivors from the 1870-CC and 1872-CC productions. A significant Silver Dollar rarity from both absolute and condition standpoints. Population: 7 in 55, 5 finer (6/05).
Ex: Harlan P. Smith Collection; S.H. and Henry Chapman, 5/1906; John H. Clapp; Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. Collection (4/97), lot 2245.
From The Dr. John L. Pellegrini Collection of Liberty Seated Dollars.(#6967)(Registry values: N7079) (NGC ID# 24ZH, PCGS# 6967)
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