JUST ADDED - $2.50 - 1847-C PCGS MS62

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JUST ADDED - $2.50 - 1847-C PCGS MS62

6,500.00

Date…….1847-C
Grade…….PCGS MS62
PCGS Price Guide……...8500
Population (PCGS)…….15/13
Population (NGC)…….....11/7
Serial Number…….7745.62/36130870
PCGS Lookup Number…….7745

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PCGS MS62 1847-C QUARTER EAGLE

The 1847-C is, by a large margin, the most available Charlotte quarter eagle in higher grades. There are around 25-30 known in Uncirculated with most in the MS60 to MS62 range. This date becomes rare in properly graded MS63 and very rare in MS64.

This very well struck example is characterized by very pleasing and 100% natural medium green-gold and yellow hues with thick mint frost on both sides. The surfaces show some light marks which limit the grade but this piece is very choice and it faces up very nicely.

There are five APRs for this date in PCGS MS62 from 2014 to late 2018, with prices ranging from a low of $5,760 to a high of $7,050.

Price levels for this date have been impacted by some really ratty coins in MS62 and MS63 holders. I believe this unfair when you consider nice, high-end pieces such as this and it is my opinion that properly graded Charlotte and Dahlonega gold in the MS62-MS64 range is significantly undervalued in today’s market.