Important 1865 Three Dollar Gold Pattern, Judd-4411865 $3 Three Dollar, Judd-441, Pollock-516, R.7, PR62 Brown PCGS. The dies of the regular issue Three Dollar gold piece with the date 1865 sloping up to the right on the reverse. Struck in copper with a reeded edge. Both sides display a curious pinkish-tan sheen with flickers of olive tinting here and there. Somewhat glossy with scattered hairlines, yet free of sizeable handling marks. Examples of this type are though to have been coined circa 1872, probably to provide collectors with a representative of the low mintage (1,165) Three Dollar gold delivery of 1865.
From the Lynch Collection. (NGC ID# 29JS, PCGS# 60626)
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