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. I have two NGC coin in my date set of $1G, one is the 1855-D NGC 64+/CAC which is the finest known and it is the rarest in UNC in the entire $1G series as well as the rarest Dahlonega coin in the $1G series in UNC! In Doug Winters new third edition of Dallonega Gold the cover is my 1855-D $1G NGC 64+/CAC coin.The second, is the 1849-C NGC 64+/CAC also the finest known! It should be noted that 53 out of 54 of the coins in my $1G set are CAC'ed!!

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Dr. & Mrs. Steven Duckor One Dollar Gold Date Set of Circulation Strikes 1849-1889
ImageItemPCGS No.DateDenomGradePopPop HigherOwner's Comments
184975081849-OG$1MS65+10Heritage/GOLD CAC
185075091850G$1MS6720Akers/CAC
185175131851G$1MS6820Akers/CAC
185275201852-OG$1MS6520Winter/CAC
185375241853-OG$1MS6630Winter/CAC
185475271854-SG$1MS65+10Pittman/ 10/97 lot #863/CAC
185575321855G$1MS66107Kutz/CAC
185675401856G$1MS68+10Akers/CAC
185775441857G$1MS6810DHRC/CAC
185875481858G$1MS6820JA/CAC
185975511859G$1MS68+10Akers/CAC
186075571860-SG$1MS6510Winter/CAC
186175581861G$1MS67+10Kutz/CAC
186275601862G$1MS6760Akers/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
187275721872G$1MS67+11Akers/Carter/CAC
187375731873G$1MS6810Akers/CAC
187475751874G$1MS67322Winter/CAC
187575761875G$1MS6621Akers/Bass/CAC
187675771876G$1MS66+21Imhof/Heritage/CAC
187775781877G$1MS67+13AkersCAC
187875791878G$1MS6710Winter/CAC
187975801879G$1MS664710Imhof/Heritage/CAC
188075811880G$1MS68+11Kutz/CAC
188175821881G$1MS68393Winter/CAC
188275831882G$1MS68100Winter/Kutz/CAC
188375841883G$1MS68110CAC
188475851884G$1MS68+10Winter/CAC
188575861885G$1MS67141Kutz/CAC
188675871886G$1MS6741Akers/CAC
188775881887G$1MS6820Kutz/CAC
188875891888G$1MS6850Kutz/CAC
188975901889G$1MS67+64Kutz/CAC
Comments
Steve has done it again! A set second to none! This will become the reference for all future sets. The 1$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