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    K-5 1850 Mormon Five Dollar, AU50

    1850 $5 Mormon Five Dollar AU50 NGC. K-5, High R.5. While the mint in Great Salt Lake City struck four distinct denominations of private gold coinage in 1849, its 1850-dated coinage was limited to five dollar coins, which are rare today regardless of grade. This is a lightly circulated example, pale green-gold with considerable luster remaining in the broad fields. All important devices are as boldly outlined as they can be seen on the issue, and the overall eye appeal is solid. Scattered light abrasion and a dig above the left hand on the obverse contribute to the grade. Listed on page 380 of the 2011 Guide Book.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 6J6X, PCGS# 10265)


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    December, 2010
    2nd-5th Thursday-Sunday
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