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Sale 1227 — Outstanding United States Stamps and Gold Coins

Sale Date — Mon-Fri, 19-23 Oct, 2020

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Category — United States Gold Coins — Lots 2501 to 2567

Princess Gold, $3, 1854 - O, 7971, Obverse
Lot 2501 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1854 - O, 7971, Reverse
Lot 2501 Reverse
Lot 2501
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1854 - O
PCGS #: 7971
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028101
CDN CPG® Value: $3,440
Estimate: $2,100
Minimum Bid: $1,800
Realized: $2,350 (with premium $2,773)
Condition Notes  
Bright straw gold surface, very modest wear on high points, mark on cheek and a few in fields
Commentary  
1854 is the only year the New Orleans Mint produced $3 pieces; 24,000 minted; PCGS reports 118 in AU50 and 181 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1854 - , 7969, Obverse
Lot 2502 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1854 - , 7969, Reverse
Lot 2502 Reverse
Lot 2502
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1854 -
PCGS #: 7969
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60021450
CDN CPG® Value: $1,080
Estimate: $650
Minimum Bid: $550
Realized: $750 (with premium $885)
Condition Notes  
Honey gold surface, strong strike, free of any significant marks
Commentary  
138,618 minted at Philadelphia
Princess Gold, $3, 1855 - , 7972, Obverse
Lot 2503 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1855 - , 7972, Reverse
Lot 2503 Reverse
Lot 2503
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1855 -
PCGS #: 7972
Grade: XF 45 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26213965
CDN CPG® Value: $992
Estimate: $600
Minimum Bid: $500
Realized: $675 (with premium $797)
Condition Notes  
Deep gold surface, strong strike, modest wear and no significant marks
Commentary  
50,555 minted at Philadelphia
Princess Gold, $3, 1856 - S, 7975, Obverse
Lot 2504 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1856 - S, 7975, Reverse
Lot 2504 Reverse
Lot 2504
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1856 - S
PCGS #: 7975
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 20105552
CDN CPG® Value: $2,120
Estimate: $1,300
Minimum Bid: $1,100
Realized: $1,650 (with premium $1,947)
Condition Notes  
Crimson highlights in surface, slight wear on high points and a few tiny ticks on cheek
Commentary  
34,500 minted at San Francisco
Princess Gold, $3, 1857 - , 7976, Obverse
Lot 2505 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1857 - , 7976, Reverse
Lot 2505 Reverse
Lot 2505
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1857 -
PCGS #: 7976
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26213963
CDN CPG® Value: $1,090
Estimate: $700
Minimum Bid: $600
Realized: $850 (with premium $1,003)
Condition Notes  
Honey gold surface with crimson highlights, sharply detailed strike, curved scratch at 5 o'clock
Commentary  
20,891 minted at Philadelphia
Princess Gold, $3, 1858 - , 7978, Obverse
Lot 2506 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1858 - , 7978, Reverse
Lot 2506 Reverse
Lot 2506
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1858 -
PCGS #: 7978
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844216
CDN CPG® Value: $5,620
Estimate: $3,500
Minimum Bid: $2,800
Realized: $3,600 (with premium $4,248)
Condition Notes  
Bright straw gold surface with rose highlights, detailed strike, modest wear but a few deep marks on obverse and reverse
Commentary  
Low mintage year for $3 with just 2,133 produced at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 27 in AU55 and 28 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1859 - , 7979, Obverse
Lot 2507 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1859 - , 7979, Reverse
Lot 2507 Reverse
Lot 2507
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1859 -
PCGS #: 7979
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028103
CDN CPG® Value: $1,380
Estimate: $800
Minimum Bid: $700
Realized: $1,000 (with premium $1,180)
Condition Notes  
Straw gold surface, slight wear on high points, a few marks in fields
Commentary  
15,500 minted at Philadelphia
Princess Gold, $3, 1860 - , 7980, Obverse
Lot 2508 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1860 - , 7980, Reverse
Lot 2508 Reverse
Lot 2508
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1860 -
PCGS #: 7980
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028104
CDN CPG® Value: $3,090
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,550
Realized: $2,200 (with premium $2,596)
Condition Notes  
Beautiful satiny surface, strong strike and very modest wear for this high AU grade
Commentary  
Only 7,036 minted at Philadelphia; it is assumed that many were melted after banks suspended specie payment during the war, and survivors come from California
Princess Gold, $3, 1861 - , 7982, Obverse
Lot 2509 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1861 - , 7982, Reverse
Lot 2509 Reverse
Lot 2509
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1861 -
PCGS #: 7982
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26213959
CDN CPG® Value: $5,310
Estimate: $3,250
Minimum Bid: $2,700
Realized: $3,600 (with premium $4,248)
Condition Notes  
Bright straw gold surface with some rose highlights in protected areas, couple ticks on chin and rim dent at 9 o'clock
Commentary  
Low Civil War mintage of just 5,959 at Philadelphia; the $3 denomination was generally unpopular and many of the 1861 pieces were melted by bullion dealers; PCGS reports 55 in AU55 and 93 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1862 - , 7983, Obverse
Lot 2510 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1862 - , 7983, Reverse
Lot 2510 Reverse
Lot 2510
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1862 -
PCGS #: 7983
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844217
CDN CPG® Value: $6,560
Estimate: $4,000
Minimum Bid: $3,000
Realized: $4,700 (with premium $5,546)
Condition Notes  
Honey gold surface with greenish and rose highlights, sharp detail, minute tick near mouth but no serious marks
Commentary  
Low Civil War mintage of just 5,750 at Philadelphia; the $3 denomination was generally unpopular and many of the 1862 pieces were melted by bullion dealers; PCGS reports 29 in AU58 and 44 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1865 - , 7986, Obverse
Lot 2511 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1865 - , 7986, Reverse
Lot 2511 Reverse
Lot 2511
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1865 -
PCGS #: 7986
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844218
CDN CPG® Value: $9,060
Estimate: $6,500
Minimum Bid: $5,000
Realized: $8,750 (with premium $10,325)
Condition Notes  
Deep gold surface, strong strike, modest wear and shallow scratches on jaw
Commentary  
Extremely low mintage of 1,140 at Philadelphia in the final year of the Civil War; PCGS reports 10 in AU53 and 41 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1866 - , 7987, Obverse
Lot 2512 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1866 - , 7987, Reverse
Lot 2512 Reverse
Lot 2512
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1866 -
PCGS #: 7987
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028107
CDN CPG® Value: $2,840
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,900 (with premium $2,242)
Condition Notes  
Deep gold surface, sharply detailed strike, modest wear on high points and no significant marks, a high AU grade with overall Mint State appearance
Commentary  
Only 4.000 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 26 in AU58 and 51 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1867 - , 7988, Obverse
Lot 2513 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1867 - , 7988, Reverse
Lot 2513 Reverse
Lot 2513
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1867 -
PCGS #: 7988
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 20105553
CDN CPG® Value: $3,120
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,550
Realized: $2,450 (with premium $2,891)
Condition Notes  
Lovely amber gold surface, slight wear and no serious marks
Commentary  
Only 2,600 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 12 in AU53 and 63 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1868 - , 7989, Obverse
Lot 2514 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1868 - , 7989, Reverse
Lot 2514 Reverse
Lot 2514
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1868 -
PCGS #: 7989
Grade: MS 61 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60021451
CDN CPG® Value: $4,280
Estimate: $2,800
Minimum Bid: $2,200
Realized: $3,000 (with premium $3,540)
Condition Notes  
Deep rose gold surface, sharp detail, mark on chin and another in field at right
Commentary  
Only 4,850 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 18 in MS61 and 93 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1871 - , 7993, Obverse
Lot 2515 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1871 - , 7993, Reverse
Lot 2515 Reverse
Lot 2515
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1871 -
PCGS #: 7993
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028108
CDN CPG® Value: $2,380
Estimate: $1,400
Minimum Bid: $1,200
Realized: $1,850 (with premium $2,183)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface, strong strike, very modest wear in this mid-range AU grade
Commentary  
A mere 1,300 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 18 in AU53 and 149 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1872 - , 7994, Obverse
Lot 2516 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1872 - , 7994, Reverse
Lot 2516 Reverse
Lot 2516
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1872 -
PCGS #: 7994
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028109
CDN CPG® Value: $3,250
Estimate: $2,000
Minimum Bid: $1,700
Realized: $2,450 (with premium $2,891)
Condition Notes  
Deep orange gold surface, strong strike with wear on high points and curls, hairline scratch on obverse and one deeper mark on reverse field under "S" of "Dollars"
Commentary  
Only 2,000 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 30 in AU55 and 88 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1877 - , 7999, Obverse
Lot 2517 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1877 - , 7999, Reverse
Lot 2517 Reverse
Lot 2517
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1877 -
PCGS #: 7999
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844219
CDN CPG® Value: $11,400
Estimate: $6,750
Minimum Bid: $5,000
Realized: $10,000 (with premium $11,800)
Condition Notes  
Bright yellow gold semi-reflective surface, sharply detailed strike, very slight wear and virtually no marks
Commentary  
In the wake of the Panic of 1873, a mere 1,468 $3 pieces were minted at Philadelphia, and survivors are rare; PCGS reports 6 in AU53 and 38 higher -- this is one of the rarest of all regular strike $3 gold issues
Princess Gold, $3, 1879 - , 8001, Obverse
Lot 2518 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1879 - , 8001, Reverse
Lot 2518 Reverse
Lot 2518
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1879 -
PCGS #: 8001
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028110
CDN CPG® Value: $1,880
Estimate: $1,100
Minimum Bid: $1,000
Realized: $1,450 (with premium $1,711)
Condition Notes  
Deep orange gold surface, strong strike with wear on high points, few slight marks on obverse, one deeper mark on reverse
Commentary  
Only 3,000 minted at Philadelphia
Princess Gold, $3, 1881 - , 8003, Obverse
Lot 2519 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1881 - , 8003, Reverse
Lot 2519 Reverse
Lot 2519
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1881 -
PCGS #: 8003
Grade: Genuine Service: PCGS
Identification #: 20105556
CDN CPG® Value: $0
Estimate: $600
Minimum Bid: $500
Realized: $3,100 (with premium $3,658)
Condition Notes  
Amber gold surface which has been cleaned
Commentary  
Only 500 $3 pieces were minted in 1881 at Philadelphia, making this one of the rarest and most sought after dates; this cleaned piece is an affordable option
Princess Gold, $3, 1882 - , 8004, Obverse
Lot 2520 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1882 - , 8004, Reverse
Lot 2520 Reverse
Lot 2520
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1882 -
PCGS #: 8004
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26213960
CDN CPG® Value: $2,750
Estimate: $1,600
Minimum Bid: $1,400
Realized: $1,850 (with premium $2,183)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface, strong strike with mild wear on high points and hairline scratches in fields
Commentary  
Low 1,500 mintage at Philadelphia, but relatively high survival rate
Princess Gold, $3, 1886 - , 8008, Obverse
Lot 2521 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1886 - , 8008, Reverse
Lot 2521 Reverse
Lot 2521
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1886 -
PCGS #: 8008
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26213964
CDN CPG® Value: $3,250
Estimate: $2,000
Minimum Bid: $1,700
Realized: $2,550 (with premium $3,009)
Condition Notes  
Deep gold surface with crimson highlights and semi-reflective fields, very slight wear, a strong AU55 piece
Commentary  
Only 1,000 minted at Philadelphia in this later issue; PCGS reports 41 in AU55 and 109 higher
Princess Gold, $3, 1887 - , 8009, Obverse
Lot 2522 Obverse
Princess Gold, $3, 1887 - , 8009, Reverse
Lot 2522 Reverse
Lot 2522
Type: Princess Gold
Denomination: $3.00
Year-Mint: 1887 -
PCGS #: 8009
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 40028111
CDN CPG® Value: $2,190
Estimate: $1,300
Minimum Bid: $1,000
Realized: $1,650 (with premium $1,947)
Condition Notes  
Brilliant honey gold semi-reflective surface, sharp detail and modest wear
Commentary  
6,000 minted at Philadelphia
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1842 - , 8585, Obverse
Lot 2523 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1842 - , 8585, Reverse
Lot 2523 Reverse
Lot 2523
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1842 - (Small Date)
PCGS #: 8585
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60021452
CDN CPG® Value: $1,690
Estimate: $1,000
Minimum Bid: $800
Realized: $1,300 (with premium $1,534)
Condition Notes  
Straw gold surface, slight wear on high points, scattered tiny marks
Commentary  
18,623 of the Small Date minted at Philadelphia (the scarcer of the two logotypes); PCGS reports 9 in AU53 and 21 higher
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1843 - O, 8589, Obverse
Lot 2524 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1843 - O, 8589, Reverse
Lot 2524 Reverse
Lot 2524
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1843 - O
PCGS #: 8589
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60021453
CDN CPG® Value: $2,250
Estimate: $1,300
Minimum Bid: $1,000
Realized: $1,650 (with premium $1,947)
Condition Notes  
Straw gold surface, slight wear on high points, scattered marks, mostly small
Commentary  
175,162 minted at New Orleans, but low survival rate; PCGS reports 29 in AU53 and 46 higher
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1849 - O, 8602, Obverse
Lot 2525 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1849 - O, 8602, Reverse
Lot 2525 Reverse
Lot 2525
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1849 - O
PCGS #: 8602
Grade: XF 45 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082281
CDN CPG® Value: $3,690
Estimate: $2,200
Minimum Bid: $1,800
Realized: $2,650 (with premium $3,127)
Condition Notes  
Bright yellow gold surface, strong strike with moderate wear, a few marks mainly confined to fields
Commentary  
23,900 minted at New Orleans in the Gold Rush year; PCGS reports 21 in XF45 and 24 higher
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1850 - , 8603, Obverse
Lot 2526 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1850 - , 8603, Reverse
Lot 2526 Reverse
Lot 2526
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1850 - (Large Date)
PCGS #: 8603
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082282
CDN CPG® Value: $1,270
Estimate: $800
Minimum Bid: $750
Realized: $850 (with premium $1,003)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface, slight wear and scattered marks
Commentary  
291,451 minted at Philadelphia
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1857 - S, 8624, Obverse
Lot 2527 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1857 - S, 8624, Reverse
Lot 2527 Reverse
Lot 2527
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1857 - S
PCGS #: 8624
Grade: XF 45 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082283
CDN CPG® Value: $2,210
Estimate: $1,300
Minimum Bid: $800
Realized: $1,600 (with premium $1,888)
Condition Notes  
Bright yellow gold, moderate wear and scattered marks consistent with grade
Commentary  
26,000 minted at San Francisco; PCGS reports 12 in XF45 and 43 higher
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1858 - , 8625, Obverse
Lot 2528 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1858 - , 8625, Reverse
Lot 2528 Reverse
Lot 2528
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1858 -
PCGS #: 8625
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844208
CDN CPG® Value: $15,700
Estimate: $10,000
Minimum Bid: $8,500
Realized: $9,750 (with premium $11,505)
Condition Notes  
Beautiful deep reddish gold surface, sharply detailed strike, numerous abrasion marks mostly of a minor nature and consistent with AU53 grade
Commentary  
A mere 2,521 Eagles were minted at Philadelphia in 1858; PCGS reports 9 in AU53 and 7 higher -- an important Eagle rarity, which remains elusive in AU grades despite an increased population from overseas bank hoards
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1859 - , 8628, Obverse
Lot 2529 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1859 - , 8628, Reverse
Lot 2529 Reverse
Lot 2529
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1859 -
PCGS #: 8628
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082285
CDN CPG® Value: $1,980
Estimate: $1,200
Minimum Bid: $1,000
Realized: $1,450 (with premium $1,711)
Condition Notes  
Deep orange gold surface, detailed strike, numerous abrasion marks mostly of a minor nature and consistent with AU53 grade
Commentary  
16,013 minted at Philadelphia; a relatively scarce issue; PCGS reports 8 in AU53 and 22 higher
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1860 - O, 98631, Obverse
Lot 2530 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1860 - O, 98631, Reverse
Lot 2530 Reverse
Lot 2530
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1860 - O
PCGS #: 98631
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082286
CDN CPG® Value: $5,000
Estimate: $3,000
Minimum Bid: $2,500
Realized: $4,100 (with premium $4,838)
Condition Notes  
Beautiful olive gold surface with some reflectivity, solid strike, modest wear and light abrasion marks
Commentary  
11,100 minted at New Orleans in the year before the war; PCGS reports 16 in AU53 and 27 higher
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1867 - , 8651, Obverse
Lot 2531 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1867 - , 8651, Reverse
Lot 2531 Reverse
Lot 2531
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1867 -
PCGS #: 8651
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844209
CDN CPG® Value: $9,450
Estimate: $5,500
Minimum Bid: $4,500
Realized: $8,250 (with premium $9,735)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface with flashes of original luster in protected areas, scattered marks with one slightly deeper one on neck
Commentary  
3,090 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 3 in AU53 and 16 higher -- one of the rarer Liberty issues with most experts agreeing that no more than 100 pieces survive
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1872 - , 8663, Obverse
Lot 2532 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1872 - , 8663, Reverse
Lot 2532 Reverse
Lot 2532
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1872 -
PCGS #: 8663
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844210
CDN CPG® Value: $10,000
Estimate: $6,000
Minimum Bid: $5,000
Realized: $7,750 (with premium $9,145)
Condition Notes  
Rose gold surface with flashes of original luster, minimal degree of abrasion with only tiny marks, this pieces compares favorably to examples in higher AU grades
Commentary  
Only 1,620 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 7 in AU50 and 17 higher -- a rare Liberty issue, Garrett and Guth state: "The 1872 eagle is a great low-mintage rarity with a well-established reputation in a series that is replete with some of the greatest condition rarities in all of American numismatics"
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1874 - S, 8671, Obverse
Lot 2533 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1874 - S, 8671, Reverse
Lot 2533 Reverse
Lot 2533
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1874 - S
PCGS #: 8671
Grade: XF 45 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082289
CDN CPG® Value: $3,000
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,550
Realized: $2,050 (with premium $2,419)
Condition Notes  
Straw gold surface, slight wear on high points, a few marks in fields with a deeper one at 8 o'clock
Commentary  
10,000 minted at San Francisco; PCGS reports 24 in XF45 and 28 higher
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1874 - , 8669, Obverse
Lot 2534 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1874 - , 8669, Reverse
Lot 2534 Reverse
Lot 2534
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1874 -
PCGS #: 8669
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082291
CDN CPG® Value: $1,210
Estimate: $800
Minimum Bid: $750
Realized: $875 (with premium $1,033)
Condition Notes  
Khaki gold surface, scattered marks including one under eye
Commentary  
53,160 minted at Philadelphia
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1888 - , 8712, Obverse
Lot 2535 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1888 - , 8712, Reverse
Lot 2535 Reverse
Lot 2535
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1888 -
PCGS #: 8712
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317611
CDN CPG® Value: $1,210
Estimate: $800
Minimum Bid: $750
Realized: $850 (with premium $1,003)
Condition Notes  
Yellow gold surface, scattered marks including one long scratch in field at right
Commentary  
132,921 minted at Philadelphia
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1903 - O, 8753, Obverse
Lot 2536 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1903 - O, 8753, Reverse
Lot 2536 Reverse
Lot 2536
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1903 - O
PCGS #: 8753
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082290
CDN CPG® Value: $1,280
Estimate: $800
Minimum Bid: $750
Realized: $925 (with premium $1,092)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface with flashes of original luster, scattered marks with one scratch on cheek
Commentary  
112,771 minted at New Orleans
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1912 - S, 8872, Obverse
Lot 2537 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1912 - S, 8872, Reverse
Lot 2537 Reverse
Lot 2537
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1912 - S
PCGS #: 8872
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317612
CDN CPG® Value: $1,340
Estimate: $800
Minimum Bid: $750
Realized: $1,200 (with premium $1,416)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface with flashes of original luster, scattered marks with one mark on curls
Commentary  
300,000 minted at San Francisco
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1916 - S, 8880, Obverse
Lot 2538 Obverse
Liberty Eagle, $10, 1916 - S, 8880, Reverse
Lot 2538 Reverse
Lot 2538
Type: Liberty Eagle
Denomination: $10.00
Year-Mint: 1916 - S
PCGS #: 8880
Grade: MS 61 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317613
CDN CPG® Value: $2,190
Estimate: $1,200
Minimum Bid: $1,000
Realized: $1,400 (with premium $1,652)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface with flashes of original luster, light surface abrasion
Commentary  
138,500 minted at San Francisco
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1850 - O, 8903, Obverse
Lot 2539 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1850 - O, 8903, Reverse
Lot 2539 Reverse
Lot 2539
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1850 - O
PCGS #: 8903
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844211
CDN CPG® Value: $10,600
Estimate: $7,000
Minimum Bid: $6,000
Realized: $7,750 (with premium $9,145)
Condition Notes  
Beautiful yellow and rose gold surface with lots of reflectivity and hints of olive, strike shows some slight softness, modest wear and the marks, while numerous, are mostly very tiny
Commentary  
141,000 Double Eagles were minted at New Orleans in 1850 from gold pouring in during the early Gold Rush period; considerably scarcer in AU state; PCGS reports 31 in AU50 and 51 higher
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1852 - O, 8907, Obverse
Lot 2540 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1852 - O, 8907, Reverse
Lot 2540 Reverse
Lot 2540
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1852 - O
PCGS #: 8907
Grade: AU 55-plus Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844212
CDN CPG® Value: $8,120
Estimate: $5,500
Minimum Bid: $4,500
Realized: $6,750 (with premium $7,965)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold surface with some original luster in protected areas, strong strike with lots of detail, minimal wear and marks with a slightly deeper one under mouth and rim dent visible on reverse
Commentary  
190,000 Double Eagles were minted at New Orleans in 1852; PCGS reports 1 in AU55+ and 68 higher -- while prices for the 1852-O Double Eagle have declined in recent years, this AU55+ should hold its own at our conservative estimate and enticing starting bid
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1853 - , 8908, Obverse
Lot 2541 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1853 - , 8908, Reverse
Lot 2541 Reverse
Lot 2541
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1853 -
PCGS #: 8908
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082294
CDN CPG® Value: $3,120
Estimate: $2,000
Minimum Bid: $1,700
Realized: $2,350 (with premium $2,773)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold semi-reflective surface, strong strike and lots of detail, mostly minor marks and the one deeper one is hidden in the curls
Commentary  
1,261,326 minted at Philadelphia; most of the surviving pieces come from European bank hoards
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1854 - S, 8913, Obverse
Lot 2542 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1854 - S, 8913, Reverse
Lot 2542 Reverse
Lot 2542
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1854 - S
PCGS #: 8913
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844213
CDN CPG® Value: $20,600
Estimate: $13,000
Minimum Bid: $11,000
Realized: $13,500 (with premium $15,930)
Condition Notes  
Brilliant orange gold surface, original luster evident in protected areas, obverse with scattered small marks, reverse has a deep mark above "of", nonetheless a strong mid-range AU piece
Commentary  
141,468 Double Eagles were minted at San Francisco in 1854, the first year the western branch mint produced $20 coins; PCGS reports 32 in AU55 and 66 higher -- this famous year and mintmark in Double Eagles has attracted great demand, and examples in mid-range AU condition are very scarce and desirable (most of the higher grade pieces come from the wreck of the Yankee Blade)
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1858 - , 8923, Obverse
Lot 2543 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1858 - , 8923, Reverse
Lot 2543 Reverse
Lot 2543
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1858 -
PCGS #: 8923
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082292
CDN CPG® Value: $3,940
Estimate: $2,500
Minimum Bid: $2,000
Realized: $2,850 (with premium $3,363)
Condition Notes  
Deep honey gold semi-reflective surface, sharp strike and minimal wear, scattered tick marks and one long hairline mark in field to the left of forehead
Commentary  
211,714 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 49 in AU55 and 74 higher
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1860 - , 8929, Obverse
Lot 2544 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1860 - , 8929, Reverse
Lot 2544 Reverse
Lot 2544
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1860 -
PCGS #: 8929
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082297
CDN CPG® Value: $2,830
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,550
Realized: $2,150 (with premium $2,537)
Condition Notes  
Iridescent surface with yellow and rose highlights, sharply detailed strike, almost no wear, a few bag marks, as close to Mint State as an AU piece can get without reaching it
Commentary  
577,670 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 116 in AU58 and 102 higher
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1861 - O, 8934, Obverse
Lot 2545 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1861 - O, 8934, Reverse
Lot 2545 Reverse
Lot 2545
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1861 - O
PCGS #: 8934
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34839838
CDN CPG® Value: $70,200
Estimate: $40,000
Minimum Bid: $35,000
Realized: $47,500 (with premium $56,050)
Condition Notes  
Brilliant yellow gold with semi-reflective surface, strong strike but with characteristic weak "1861", usual marks in fields and a few rim dents, but far better than most mid-range AU examples of this rarity
Commentary  
The historic 1861-O Double Eagle minted at New Orleans during the first year of the Civil War is one of numismatics’ storied rarities. During the brief period when the 1861 Double Eagle was produced in New Orleans, this branch mint operated under three governments: the United States, the Independent State of Louisiana, and the Confederate State of Louisiana. Only 17,741 pieces were minted before bullion supplies were depleted. Today, approximately 150-175 pieces survive. Virtually all show signs of handling and some have been "dipped" or cleaned. The mid-range AU pieces seem to have come from the European bank hoards that were repatriated in the early 1990s, and we believe that is where this choice piece originated. It shows the weak “1861” year, which is evident in the majority of strikes -- some experts believe the strong “1861” with obverse die crack indicates a second die was used during the Confederate operation. As usual for the 1861-O, there are numerous handling and bag marks, but this piece has no offending flaws and is one of the stronger AU55 pieces.
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1865 - , 8943, Obverse
Lot 2546 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1865 - , 8943, Reverse
Lot 2546 Reverse
Lot 2546
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1865 -
PCGS #: 8943
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082299
CDN CPG® Value: $4,000
Estimate: $2,500
Minimum Bid: $2,000
Realized: $2,750 (with premium $3,245)
Condition Notes  
Bright yellow gold surface, sharply detailed strike, numerous marks with a few deeper ones including a scratch on cheek
Commentary  
351,175 minted at Philadelphia; PCGS reports 65 in AU55 and 114 higher
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1870 - S, 8959, Obverse
Lot 2547 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1870 - S, 8959, Reverse
Lot 2547 Reverse
Lot 2547
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1870 - S
PCGS #: 8959
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317615
CDN CPG® Value: $2,510
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,650 (with premium $1,947)
Condition Notes  
Amber gold surface, sharp strike, moderate wear, scattered marks and a few deeper ones in curls and on reverse above "Twenty"
Commentary  
982,000 minted at San Francisco
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1872 - , 8963, Obverse
Lot 2548 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1872 - , 8963, Reverse
Lot 2548 Reverse
Lot 2548
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1872 -
PCGS #: 8963
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082300
CDN CPG® Value: $2,390
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,700 (with premium $2,006)
Condition Notes  
Bright semi-reflective yellow gold surface, a few scratches on Liberty
Commentary  
251,850 minted at Philadelphia
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1873 - , 8967, Obverse
Lot 2549 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1873 - , 8967, Reverse
Lot 2549 Reverse
Lot 2549
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1873 - (Open 3)
PCGS #: 8967
Grade: AU 58 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082301
CDN CPG® Value: $2,400
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,650 (with premium $1,947)
Condition Notes  
Straw gold surface, small scratch on cheek, but a pleasing AU piece
Commentary  
1,709,825 total mintage at Philadelphia
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1874 - CC, 8971, Obverse
Lot 2550 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1874 - CC, 8971, Reverse
Lot 2550 Reverse
Lot 2550
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1874 - CC
PCGS #: 8971
Grade: AU 53 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082302
CDN CPG® Value: $5,250
Estimate: $3,250
Minimum Bid: $2,500
Realized: $3,800 (with premium $4,484)
Condition Notes  
Orange gold with greenish highlights, wear on high points commensurate with grade, somewhat long scratch on face
Commentary  
115,085 minted at Carson City; PCGS reports 152 in AU53 and 239 higher
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1874 - CC, 8971, Obverse
Lot 2551 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1874 - CC, 8971, Reverse
Lot 2551 Reverse
Lot 2551
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1874 - CC
PCGS #: 8971
Grade: AU 55 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844214
CDN CPG® Value: $9,500
Estimate: $5,750
Minimum Bid: $4,500
Realized: $5,500 (with premium $6,490)
Condition Notes  
Beautiful orange gold semi-reflective surface, strong strike, wear on high points commensurate with grade, but marks are tiny and not distracting
Commentary  
115,085 minted at Carson City; PCGS reports 119 in AU55 and 119 higher
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1885 - CC, 9004, Obverse
Lot 2552 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1885 - CC, 9004, Reverse
Lot 2552 Reverse
Lot 2552
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1885 - CC
PCGS #: 9004
Grade: AU 50 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 34844215
CDN CPG® Value: $17,500
Estimate: $11,000
Minimum Bid: $8,500
Realized: $13,500 (with premium $15,930)
Condition Notes  
Straw gold surface with flashes of rose, some original luster in protected areas, wear is evident but marks are small and not distracting
Commentary  
With a low mintage of 9,450 pieces at Carson City, the 1884-CC has been one of the rarest of Double Eagle issues from this mint, despite the emergence of pieces from European bank hoards; PCGS reports 36 in AU50 and 131 higher
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1895 - , 9027, Obverse
Lot 2553 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1895 - , 9027, Reverse
Lot 2553 Reverse
Lot 2553
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1895 -
PCGS #: 9027
Grade: MS 61 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082305
CDN CPG® Value: $2,420
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,600 (with premium $1,888)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
1,114,605 minted at Philadelphia
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1898 - S, 9034, Obverse
Lot 2554 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1898 - S, 9034, Reverse
Lot 2554 Reverse
Lot 2554
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1898 - S
PCGS #: 9034
Grade: MS 61 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317616
CDN CPG® Value: $2,420
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,650 (with premium $1,947)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
2,575,175 minted at San Francisco
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1901 - S, 9040, Obverse
Lot 2555 Obverse
Liberty Double Eagle, $20, 1901 - S, 9040, Reverse
Lot 2555 Reverse
Lot 2555
Type: Liberty Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1901 - S
PCGS #: 9040
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082306
CDN CPG® Value: $3,310
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,550
Realized: $2,200 (with premium $2,596)
Condition Notes  
Beautiful honey gold surface with lots of reflectivity and luster, solid strike and bag marks are minimal
Commentary  
1,596,000 minted at San Francisco
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1908 - D, 9148, Obverse
Lot 2556 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1908 - D, 9148, Reverse
Lot 2556 Reverse
Lot 2556
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1908 - D (Motto)
PCGS #: 9148
Grade: MS 62 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317617
CDN CPG® Value: $2,520
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,750 (with premium $2,065)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
349,500 minted at Denver
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1910 - , 9154, Obverse
Lot 2557 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1910 - , 9154, Reverse
Lot 2557 Reverse
Lot 2557
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1910 -
PCGS #: 9154
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60021455
CDN CPG® Value: $2,470
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,700 (with premium $2,006)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
482,000 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1911 - D, 9158, Obverse
Lot 2558 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1911 - D, 9158, Reverse
Lot 2558 Reverse
Lot 2558
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1911 - D
PCGS #: 9158
Grade: MS 64 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317618
CDN CPG® Value: $2,580
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,800 (with premium $2,124)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
846,500 minted at Denver
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1915 - S, 9168, Obverse
Lot 2559 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1915 - S, 9168, Reverse
Lot 2559 Reverse
Lot 2559
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1915 - S
PCGS #: 9168
Grade: MS 64 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082307
CDN CPG® Value: $2,550
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,750 (with premium $2,065)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
567,500 minted at San Francisco
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1920 - , 9170, Obverse
Lot 2560 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1920 - , 9170, Reverse
Lot 2560 Reverse
Lot 2560
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1920 -
PCGS #: 9170
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317619
CDN CPG® Value: $2,500
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,800 (with premium $2,124)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
228,250 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1922 - , 9173, Obverse
Lot 2561 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1922 - , 9173, Reverse
Lot 2561 Reverse
Lot 2561
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1922 -
PCGS #: 9173
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082308
CDN CPG® Value: $2,440
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,700 (with premium $2,006)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
1,375,500 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1923 - , 9175, Obverse
Lot 2562 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1923 - , 9175, Reverse
Lot 2562 Reverse
Lot 2562
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1923 -
PCGS #: 9175
Grade: MS 63 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317620
CDN CPG® Value: $2,440
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,750 (with premium $2,065)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
566,000 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1924 - , 9177, Obverse
Lot 2563 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1924 - , 9177, Reverse
Lot 2563 Reverse
Lot 2563
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1924 -
PCGS #: 9177
Grade: MS 64 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317621
CDN CPG® Value: $2,550
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,800 (with premium $2,124)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
4,323,500 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1925 - , 9180, Obverse
Lot 2564 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1925 - , 9180, Reverse
Lot 2564 Reverse
Lot 2564
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1925 -
PCGS #: 9180
Grade: MS 65 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317622
CDN CPG® Value: $2,950
Estimate: $1,800
Minimum Bid: $1,550
Realized: $1,950 (with premium $2,301)
Condition Notes  
Choice Mint State
Commentary  
2,831,750 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1926 - , 9183, Obverse
Lot 2565 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1926 - , 9183, Reverse
Lot 2565 Reverse
Lot 2565
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1926 -
PCGS #: 9183
Grade: MS 65 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317623
CDN CPG® Value: $2,950
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,950 (with premium $2,301)
Condition Notes  
Choice Mint State
Commentary  
816,750 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1927 - , 9186, Obverse
Lot 2566 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1927 - , 9186, Reverse
Lot 2566 Reverse
Lot 2566
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1927 -
PCGS #: 9186
Grade: MS 64 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 60082309
CDN CPG® Value: $2,550
Estimate: $1,700
Minimum Bid: $1,500
Realized: $1,800 (with premium $2,124)
Condition Notes  
Mint State
Commentary  
2,946,750 minted at Philadelphia
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1928 - , 9189, Obverse
Lot 2567 Obverse
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, $20, 1928 - , 9189, Reverse
Lot 2567 Reverse
Lot 2567
Type: Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
Denomination: $20.00
Year-Mint: 1928 -
PCGS #: 9189
Grade: MS 66 Service: PCGS
Identification #: 26317624
CDN CPG® Value: $3,580
Estimate: $1,900
Minimum Bid: $1,600
Realized: $2,550 (with premium $3,009)
Condition Notes  
Choice Mint State
Commentary  
8,816,000 minted at Philadelphia
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