$20.00 - 1884-CC PCGS MS62

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$20.00 - 1884-CC PCGS MS62

16,000.00

Date…….1884-CC
Grade…….PCGS MS62
PCGS Price Guide…….19500
Population (PCGS)……..78/7
Population (NGC)…….51/6
Serial Number…….9001.62/34924407
PCGS Lookup Number…….9001

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PCGS MS62 1884-CC $20

If you were to graph the grade distribution of this date, MS62 is the point at which the availability of the 1884-CC becomes very sparse. Only a handful of properly graded MS63's are known and despite an increase in availability due to finds in Europe, in MS62, this date is unquestionably tough.

This medium orange-gold example is almost certainly not a repatriated coin as it lacks the dark hues seen on the pieces from Europe. The surfaces are clean for the grade with just a few scattered scuffs seen with the naked eye and Liberty's cheek is clean and rounded. The luster is a tiny bit subdued and this is likely what kept the coin from stickering at CAC.

Three PCGS MS62 1884-CC have sold at auction so far in 2018. One brought $16,800 (Heritage 1/18: 5140) while another brought $16,200 in the same sale. More recently, a really low end example realized $13,200 (Heritage 6/18: 4247) which now becomes the "new normal" for the date.

This date is almost never seen above MS62 and even if you can afford an MS63, you'll likely balk at the tariff.