SOLD - $2.50 – 1839-D PCGS VF30 CAC

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SOLD - $2.50 – 1839-D PCGS VF30 CAC

4,650.00

Date    1839
Grade    PCGS VF30 CAC
PCGS Price Guide    3500
Population (PCGS)    13/129
Population (NGC)    3/102
Population (CAC)    3/16
Serial Number    7700.30/33283157
PCGS Lookup Number    7700

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AFFORDABLE COLLECTOR GRADE 1839-D QUARTER EAGLE

Variety 1-A.

The 1839-D is among the more popular quarter eagles as it is the first-year-of-issue from Dahlonega as well as being a one-year type. It has true multiple levels of demand and this makes it eagerly sought-after in all grades.

This evenly worn medium green-gold example has a warm, natural appearance with choice surfaces.What appears to be wear on the reverse is mostly lightness of strike and the detail on the better-struck obverse is close to Extremely Fine. This is a very handsome coin for the grade.

A very similar NGC/CAC VF30 brought $4,230 as Heritage 3/15: 4117. No PCGS VF30 has sold at auction since 2007.

CAC has approved 3 in this grade with 16 finer.