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    1893-CC Twenty Dollar, MS61
    Low Mintage of 18,402 Coins

    1893-CC $20 MS61 NGC. Variety 1-A. Two obverse dies were used in the production of 1893-CC double eagles. This one has the 8 in the date centered under the B in the designer's initials. This Carson City issue is slightly more collectible than its low mintage suggests, with a number of coins having been repatriated from European holdings. This is a well-struck Uncirculated example with orange-gold color. Minor marks for the grade, with a black grease spot under IN on the reverse.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 26C9, PCGS# 9023)

    Weight: 33.44 grams

    Metal: 90% Gold, 10% Copper


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2019
    14th-18th Wednesday-Sunday
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