1872 $5 J-1240, CA PR66CA

PCGS#: 61512

Owner's Comments


Expert Comments

David Akers (1975/88): Description: Obverse. Identical to J-1224. Reverse. Similar to J-1224 except for the denomination which reads FIVE DOL. There are also thirteen stripes on the shield rather than eleven.

Comments: The only specimen struck in gold is now part of the complete set of 1872 gold patterns owned by Paramount International Coin Corporation. Paramount purchased the piece in 1973 along with 42 other gold patterns in the Wilkison collection. Dr. Wilkison obtained the piece in 1954 when the Farouk collection was sold at auction. He paid 300 Egyptian pounds or approximately $861.00 for it. Prior to belonging to King Farouk, this unique pattern was owned by William Woodin.

Diameter: N/A Designer: N/A Edge: N/A
Mintage: N/A Weight: N/A Metal Content: Other

Condition Census

Pos Grade Thumbnail Pedigree and History
1 PR65 PCGS grade  
William Woodin - F.C.C. Boyd - Abe Kosoff - King Farouk, sold for 300 Egyptian Pounds (the equivalent of $861.00) - Dr. Wilkison - purchased in 1973 by the Paramount International Coin Corporation - Trompeter - Superior Galleries - Heritage