SOLD - $5.00 - 1807 Bust Right PCGS EF40 CAC

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SOLD - $5.00 - 1807 Bust Right PCGS EF40 CAC

9,250.00

Date   1807 Bust Right
Grade    PCGS EF40 CAC
PCGS Price Guide    7500
Population (PCGS)    10/204
Population (NGC)    2/177
Population (CAC)    1/49
Serial Number    8092.40/80596900
PCGS Lookup Number    8092

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INCREDIBLY TONED 1807 BUST RIGHT HALF EAGLE

BD-4, High R-4; Large Reverse Stars.

The 1807 is the final year of issue for the Bust Right design and it is a transitional issue as examples with the new Bust Left design are known as well. The 1807 is likely the most available Bust Right half eagle but it is not often seen in collector grades as these early gold issues didn't circulate extensively.

Over the past few years, I've been able to offer collectors a small group of spectacularly toned early gold. These coins acquired their color from a variety sources, including residing in a leather pouch and long-time storage in an active environment such as an old wood cabinet or a manila envelope. This example is among the most amazingly toned pieces of early gold I have handled with deep blood-red surfaces contrasting old-gold highlights. These have combined to give this coin one of the strongest "circulated cameo" effects that I have seen on an early US gold coin. The eye appeal is even better in person than it is in the images.

There are no relevant auction records for this date in EF40, especially with this degree of eye appeal.

Yes, this coin is expensive but I guarantee you it will become your new favorite piece of early gold!

CAC has approved just this one coin in EF40 with 49 finer.