PCGS Set Registry®
Early Dollars with Major Varieties and Silver Plug, Circulation Strikes (1794-1803): George J. Marshall - Green Bean Collection

George J. Marshall - Green Bean Collection - 7th

Current Statistics
Rank 7
Weighted GPA 44.114
Complete 92.31%
Set Rating 39.319
Retired Statistics (3/21/2014)
Rank 7
Weighted GPA 44.114
Complete 92.31%
Set Rating 39.319
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About this set:  My mission is to assemble the {Highest Quality} circulated Early Dollar Collection possible, currently displayed in grades VF-20 thru AU-58...

George J. Marshall - Green Bean Collection
ImagePCGS No.ItemDenomGradePopPop HigherOwner's Comments
  1794$1  
68521795 3 Leaves$1XF40127269CAC {B-05, BB-27} Three Leaves variety. Easily recognized by the diagonal bar near the uppermost curl. Estimated population 2,500 to 3,500 in all grades. {CAC population 20, only 28 higher}
399861795 2 Leaves$1AU5333CAC {B-1, BB-21} Two Leaves Variety. Although the 1795 BB-21 is considered a common variety with an estimated 1500 to 2500 specimens, there are only thought to be 50 to 100 specimens in grade AU50 to AU58. {CAC population 3 with only 7 Higher}...
68541795 Silver Plug$1VF20532CAC {B-01, BB-21} 2 Leaves Variety. A common variety for 1795. However, it is most uncommon with a Mint inserted {Silver Plug} in the center. As with many of the silver plugs, the plug itself is a different color than the host planchet, suggesting that they were perhaps struck from a different batch of silver. On this piece there is no mistaking the circle on the eagles breast. {CAC Population 3, only 1 higher}.
68581795 Draped Bust$1AU503451CAC {B-15, BB-52} Centered Bust Variety with an estimated population of 1,000 to 1,600 specimens in all grades. {CAC Population 2, only 9 Higher}
399961795 Off-Center Dr Bust$1XF4516CAC {B-14, BB-51} Off Center Variety. Estimated population 1,400 to 2,000 in all grades. {CAC population 2, only 2 higher}
399981796 Small Date, Sm Letters$1VF3512CAC
68601796 Small Date, Lg Letters$1XF453421CAC {B-04, BB-61} A Beautiful example with vibrant colors and exceptional luster. One of my favorites... {Small Date, Large Letters} An estimated 1,250 to 2,000 specimens exist in all grades. {CAC Population 10, only 3 Higher}
68611796 Large Date, Sm Letters$1XF451824CAC
400031797 9X7 Stars, Lg Letters$1XF45610CAC {B-01, BB-73} An estimated 1,300 to 2,100 specimens exist in all grades. {CAC Population 7, only 7 Higher}
68661797 9X7 Stars, Sm Letters$1XF4078CAC {Ex: Eliasberg} {B-02, BB-72} The BB-72 may well be the most famous variety after 1794 and before 1804. An estimated 200 to 300 specimens exist in all grades. {CAC Population 1, Only 1 Higher}
68651797 10X6 Stars$1XF402769CAC
400061798 Small Eagle, 13 Stars$1XF4535CAC {B-01, BB-82} OBVERSE: 13 Stars, Close date, Knob 9. REVERSE: Small Eagle, Large letters style. An estimated 700 to 1,000 1798 BB-82 silver dollars exist in all grades. XF examples are quite scarce. {CAC Population 5, only 5 graded higher}
68681798 Small Eagle, 15 Stars$1VF351524CAC {B-02, BB-81} Small Eagle, 15 Stars Obverse. An estimated 500 to 800 specimens exist in all grades. {CAC Population 1, Only 6 Higher}
68731798 Large Eagle$1XF40214370CAC {B-08, BB-125} Close Date, Pointed 9, Arc Stars. An estimated 1,175 specimens exist in all grades. {CAC Population 22, 42 Higher}
68741798 5 Stripes$1XF4583CAC {B-6, BB-96} Obverse: Knob 9. Reverse: Line Star Pattern, 5 lines in the shield, 10 perfect arrows and 2 sticks. Estimated population in all grades 500 to 800 pieces. This is the PCGS CoinFacts Plate coin. {CAC Population 5, only 1 Higher}
400141798 Knob 9$1AU5021 
  1798 10 Arrows$1  
400221798 Wide Date$1AU5313CAC {Gold Sticker} {B-23, BB-105} Wide Date, Pointed 9, Arc Star Pattern. An estimated 850 to 1,500 specimens exist in all grades. Only 20 to 35 exist in grades AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 2, Only 7 Higher}
68781799$1AU53100225CAC {B-16, BB-158} As a rule, most collectors including myself, do not prefer dark coins. In my opinion, this beautiful coin is an exception to the rule. An estimated 850 to 1,500 specimens exist in all grades. Only 25 to 50 exist in grades AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 10, Only 40 Higher}
68831799/8 15 Reverse Stars$1AU551618{B-3, BB-141} Estimated Population 700 to 1200. In grades AU-50 to AU-58 approximately 50 to 100 exist...
68841799/8 13 Reverse Stars$1AU50524CAC {B-01, BB-142} The crumbling "I" Variety. An estimated 350 to 600 specimens exist in all grades. Only 10 to 20 in grades AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 2, Only 8 Higher}
  1799 Irregular Date-15 St$1  
68801799 Irregular Date-13 St$1AU5327CAC {Gold Sticker} {B-15, BB-152} Blundered Stars Reverse. This is the only 1799 dollar with a "line pattern" of stars on the reverse. {Reverse of 1798} An estimated 300 to 500 exist in all grades. In grades AU-50 to AU-58 approximately 6 to 12 specimens exist. {CAC Population 1, None higher)
400631799 Obverse Stars 8X5$1AU5820CAC {Ex: Cardinal Collection} {B-23, BB-159} The very unique 8X5 Obverse Stars variety. An estimated population of 500 to 900 known. Only 20 to 40 specimens exist in grades AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 1, None Higher}
68871800$1AU553847CAC
400761800 Wide Date, Low 8$1XF4027CAC {B-10, BB-190} Wide Date, Low 8 Variety. Estimated population 600 to 1100 specimens. {CAC Population 1 with only 1 Higher}...
68891800 Dotted Date$1AU50412CAC {B-14, BB-194} The popular "Dotted Date" variety. Here were a set of dies prepared for use and then set aside, which then rusted before they were placed into the coining press. Multiple rust pits had formed on the die, leaving raised lumps on the newly minted coins. An estimated population of 500 to 900 exist in all grades. Only 4 to 8 exist in AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 2, None Higher}
68901800 12 Arrows$1XF45715CAC {B-17, BB-196} The 12 Arrows variety has an estimated population of 500 to 950 specimens in all grades. {CAC Population 2, Only 1 Higher}
400801800 10 Arrows$1AU5510CAC {Ex: Cardinal Collection} {B-15, BB-195} Pictures don't do this coin justice, this is one of my favorites. The 10 Arrows variety has an estimated population of 250 to 450 in all grades. Only 5 to 10 specimens exist in AU-50 to AU-58. This coin is currently the finest known... {CAC Population 1, None Higher}
68921800 AMERICAI$1AU5338CAC {B-19, BB-192} The Regular Date AMERICAI has an estimated population of 600 to 1,100 in all grades. Only 25 to 50 exist in AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 2, Only 3 Higher}
400811800 Wide Dt,Low 8,AMERICAI$1XF4514CAC {B-11, BB-191} Sometimes you have to throw out the price guides, that's what I did when I came across this very hard to find variety. AMERICAI Wide Date, Low 8, has an estimated population of 200 to 350 specimens in all grades. {CAC Population 1, None Higher}
400861801$1XF4511CAC {B-4, BB-214} Close Date, Scarcest Variety. Approximately 400 to 750 specimens are known in all grades. PCGS has graded only 1 "this coin" in XF-45. Under 20 specimens are known to exist in higher grades. (4/25/2013)
400871802 Narrow Date$1AU552137CAC {B-6, BB-241} Obverse - Right foot of "T" in Liberty missing. Reverse - Third cloud from left has a protruding spur. Estimated population 1500 to 2750 specimens in all grades. 100 to 200 exist in AU-50 to AU-58...{CAC Population 1, Only 5 Higher}
400891802 Wide Date$1XF4524CAC {Ex: Hesselgesser} {B-05, BB-242} This 1802 variety has a very low estimated population of 75 to 140 specimens in all grades. There are currently only 8 to 10 specimens graded AU-50 to AU-58, none higher...{CAC Population of 2, with 11 higher is for all Wide Dates. CAC pop is surely much lower for this {B-5, BB-242 variety}
400901802/1 Narrow Date$1XF403367CAC {B-04, BB-232} Variety Population estimated at 400 to 750 specimens in all grades. {CAC Population 1, Only 6 Higher}
68991802/1 Wide Date$1XF4512CAC {B-03, BB-234} Wide Date variety with an estimated population of 400 to 750 specimens in all grades. There are currently less than 20 coins graded higher. {CAC Population 2, Only 3 Higher}(2013)
69001803 Small 3$1AU501434CAC {B-05, BB-252} Small 3, Close Date, variety with an estimated population of 500 to 950 specimens in all grades. Only 10 to 20 coins exist in AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 2, Only 6 Higher}
69011803 Large 3$1AU501825CAC {B-06, BB-255} Large 3 variety with an estimated population of 1,250 to 2,000 specimens in all grades. Only 10 to 20 exist in grades AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 4, Only 6 Higher}
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