Excellent 1806/4 Quarter Eagle
1806/4 $2 1/2 8x5 Stars AU53 NGC. Breen-6122, BD-1, High
R.4. Bass-Dannreuther Die State b/b, with numerous fine die cracks
through the peripheral obverse. The 1806/4 is the more available of
two 1806-dated quarter eagle die pairs, each struck from an
overdated reverse. The 1806/4 has the obverse stars arranged
eight-and-five, while the 1806/5 has a seven-and-six pattern.
8x5 Stars, BD-1, AU53
This AU53 representative has the eye appeal of a higher grade, with ample luster shining from yellow-orange surfaces. Though the central strike is softly struck, marks are few for the designation. A memorable example of this very scarce issue. Previously graded AU58 by NGC; insert accompanies lot.
From The R.M. Phillips Limited Partnership Collection.(Registry values: P6) (NGC ID# BFVW, PCGS# 7654)
Weight: 4.37 grams
Metal: 91.67% Gold, 8.33% Copper
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