SOLD - $1.00 - 1862 PCGS MS66 CAC

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SOLD - $1.00 - 1862 PCGS MS66 CAC

3,900.00

Date   1862
Grade    PCGS MS66 CAC
PCGS Price Guide    4000
Population (PCGS)    34/7
Population (NGC)    50/8
Population (CAC)    17/8
Serial Number    7560.66/28393923
PCGS Lookup Number    7560

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GEM PCGS/CAC MS66 1862 GOLD DOLLAR

The 1862 is the most available Civil War era gold dollar. As with the 1861, this date is common in the lower Uncirculated grade but Gems are rare and there are probably not more than half a dozen known which grade MS67.

Thisis likely one of the most cosmetically appealing MS66 examples of this date to have been graded by PCGS. The obverse is very slightly reflective while the reverse is frosty and both sides are covered with rich orange-gold color. A few light ticks in the left obverse field preclude a higher grade but this piece has tremendous overall eye appeal.

The last CAC approved PCGS MS66 1862 gold dollar sold at auction for $3,408 as Heritage 11/12: 4718. Two non-CAC PCGS MS66+ examples sold for $4,113 and $4,230, respectively, in January 2014 and August 2015.

This is the most affordable single coin in this collection and it would make a great Type III gold dollar type coin.

CAC has approved 17 in this grade with eight finer.

From the HandH Collection.