This is the final gold dollar from this mint until 1870 and just 13,000 were struck. Despite this low mintage and obvious scarcity, the 1860-S dollar is highly undervalued. This is a nice example with good details for the grade. It shows light amber-gold color with smooth, frosty surfaces and a sharp, even strike. The PCGS/NGC population figures seem highly inflated by resubmissions and this date is not often available. At just a bit over $1,000 how can you not love the value this coin offers?