$20.00 - 1875-CC PCGS MS62 CAC

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$20.00 - 1875-CC PCGS MS62 CAC

17,500.00

Date…….1875-CC
Grade…….PCGS MS62 CAC
PCGS Price Guide.…..…...17500
Population (PCGS).…….…207/32
Population (NGC).…….…..201/26
Population (CAC)..….….…24/6
Serial Number…….8974.62/06984350
PCGS Lookup Number…….8974

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VERY CHOICE CAC APPROVED PCGS MS62 1875-CC $20

The 1875-CC is the most common Type Two double eagle from Carson City. It is moderately scarce in MS62 although most seen are not choice and this is reflected by a low percentage of these approved by CAC. In MS63, this date is rare and with prices in excess of $30,000 for a nice PCGS example, an MS62 strikes me as the smartest grade for most collectors.

This is one of the least abraded and freshest MS62 examples of this date which I have seen and it is exceedingly frosty with lovely fiery yellow-gold and orange hues on both sides. The majority of the scuffs seen are located in the upper left obverse field and this piece has a clean, “puffy” cheek with no signs of wear or excessive bag friction.

The last CAC approved PCGS MS62 1875-CC to sell at auction went a bit cheaply at $16,450, and this was due to the fact that it wasn’t especially nice. A much nicer non-CAC PCGS MS62 sold more recently for $21,000 as Heritage 6/18: 4234.

As I mentioned above, an MS63 is likely an overbuy for most collectors and this is as nice an MS62 1865-CC $20 as you are likely to find.

CAC has approved 24 in this grade with six finer.

From the Old West CC Collection and designated as such by PCGS.

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