Dr. & Mrs. Steven Duckor One Dollar Gold Date Set of Circulation Strikes 1849-1889 - The Number One Finest Set of All Time

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About this set: I'm attempting to put a set of $1 gold in PCGS 65 or better .. If PCGS has graded a coin at the highest level of 64 I will attempt to include it in my collection. I will not collect a coin below pcgs 64. $1 Gold is a very difficult series to complete! I'm focusing on the very best of each date and mintmark. I was lucky to be able to have purchased the 1854-S pcgs 65+ ex. Pittman from 10/97 Akers sale! It's a coin David Akers always told me if I ever got an opportunity to buy, to do so! It's original, great skin with a golden color and a full strike! David Akers had been my mentor on rare coins for the past thirty years. With David's passing, Doug Winter will assume the mentoring role. It should be noted that 54 out of 54 of the coins in my $1G set are CAC'ed!! 5/1/15 : I WANT TO ANNOUNCE THAT MY $1G SET WILL BE SOLD UNRESERVED AT THE HERITAGE ANA SALE IN CHICAGO THIS AUGUST

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Dr. & Mrs. Steven Duckor One Dollar Gold Date Set of Circulation Strikes 1849-1889
ImageItemPCGS No.DateDenomGradePopPop HigherOwner's Comments
184975051849-CG$1MS6410Finest Known/Winter/CAC
185075091850G$1MS6720Akers/CAC
185175131851G$1MS6820Akers/CAC
185275201852-OG$1MS6520Winter/CAC
185375241853-OG$1MS6630Winter/CAC
185475271854-SG$1MS65+10Pittman/ 10/97 lot #863/CAC
185575341855-DG$1MS6420Finest Known! Cover photo on Doug Winters book on Dahlonega Mint/CAC
185675401856G$1MS68+10Akers/CAC
185775441857G$1MS6810DHRC/CAC
185875481858G$1MS6820JA/CAC
185975511859G$1MS68+10Akers/CAC
186075571860-SG$1MS6510Winter/CAC
186175581861G$1MS67+10Kutz/CAC
186275601862G$1MS6770Akers/CAC
186375621863G$1MS6810Virgil Brand/Akers/CAC
186475631864G$1MS68+11Virgil Brand/Akers/CAC
186575641865G$1MS6663Bass/Winter/CAC
186675651866G$1MS67+23Akers/Bass/CAC
186775661867G$1MS6641Winter/Bass/CAC
186875671868G$1MS6820Winter/CAC
186975681869G$1MS6820O'Connor/CAC
187075701870-SG$1MS6532OGH/CAC
187175711871G$1MS6820Akers/CAC
187275721872G$1MS67+11Akers/Carter/CAC
187375731873G$1MS6810Akers/CAC
187475751874G$1MS67323Winter/CAC
187575761875G$1MS6621Akers/Bass/CAC
187675771876G$1MS66+21Imhof/Heritage/CAC
187775781877G$1MS67+13Akers/CAC
187875791878G$1MS6710Winter/CAC
187975801879G$1MS663710Imhof/Heritage/CAC
188075811880G$1MS68+11Kutz/CAC
188175821881G$1MS68393Winter/CAC
188275831882G$1MS68110Winter/Kutz/CAC
188375841883G$1MS68120CAC
188475851884G$1MS68+10Winter/CAC
188575861885G$1MS67151Kutz/CAC
188675871886G$1MS6751Akers/CAC
188775881887G$1MS6820Kutz/CAC
188875891888G$1MS6850Kutz/CAC
188975901889G$1MS67+76Akers/CAC
Comments
Steve has done it again! A set second to none! This will become the reference for all future sets. The 1$G series is harder to put together at this gem level this first appears. Just look at those pops! well done!
Posted @ 6/21/2013 8:27 AM By dkutz