NEW- $5.00 - 1874-CC PCGS AU55 CAC

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NEW- $5.00 - 1874-CC PCGS AU55 CAC

18,500.00

Date…….1874-CC
Grade…….PCGS AU55 CAC
PCGS Price Guide…….17500
Population (PCGS)…….17/11
Population (NGC)…….12/11
Population (CAC)…….5/5
Serial Number…….8334.55/82240410
PCGS Lookup Number…….8334

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WONDERFUL PCGS/CAC AU55 1874-CC HALF EAGLE

The 1874-CC is the most available early date half eagle from the Carson City mint but it is rare in properly graded AU55 to AU58 and extremely rare in Uncirculated with just three or so known (and none finer than the two PCGS MS62's; the better of which is ex Robison/Battle Born). The Vanderbilt: 10343 coin, graded MS62 by PCGS, just sold for $90,000.

This example has amazing eye appeal, primarily on account of its rich natural green-gold color which is outlined in bursts of reddish-gold. The strike is as sharp as one might imagine on a Carson City gold coin from this era and there is ample luster remaining; some of it with slightly reflective tendencies. A few shallow obverse marks narrowly preclude a higher grade but this is one seriously handsome AU55!

The only PCGS AU55 1874-CC half eagle with CAC approval to sell at auction brought a strong $21,150 as Stacks Bowers 6/13: 2481. A nice PCGS AU55 lacking CAC approval recently sold for $17,625 as Heritage 10/16: 3313.

This is among the nicer 1874-CC half eagles that I have offered for sale in a number of years and it will fit comfortably in a world-class collection of Carson City half eagles.

CAC has approved 5 in this grade with 5 finer.