SOLD - $1.00 - 1864 PCGS MS64 CAC

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SOLD - $1.00 - 1864 PCGS MS64 CAC

6,000.00

Date   1864
Grade    PCGS MS64 CAC
PCGS Price Guide    5800
Population (PCGS)    10/14
Population (NGC)    12/12
Population (CAC)    3/4
Serial Number    7563.64/25010969
PCGS Lookup Number    7563

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SCARCE PCGS/CAC MS64 1864 GOLD DOLLAR

The 1864 is the second scarcest Civil War gold dollar after the 1863. It is less rare than the 1863 in very high grades and Ia aware of a small number of ultra-high grade 1864 gold dollar in MS68 and even MS69 but, curiously, this date is almost never seen in MS65 to MS67.

This borderline Gem is frosty with medium green-gold and orange color.  A light scratch on the obverse can be seen after the second A in AMERICA and the 18 in the date is weakly struck but these faults are not serious and the overall level of appeal is more than expected for the grade.

The last PCGS/CAC MS64 1864 gold dollar to sell at auction is this exact coin; see below for the pedigree information.

As mentioned above, with the exception of a few crazy grade pieces, the 1864 gold dollar is nearly impossible to locate above MS64.

CAC has approved three in this grade with four finer.

Ex Heritage 7/13: 3286 where it sold for $5,875.

From the HandH Collection.