Smithsonian National Numismatic Collection - 2nd

Retired Statistics
Rank 2
Weighted GPA 62.714
Complete 60.00%
Set Rating 43.900
Smithsonian's Sets

About this set: From the Experts at PCGS
The National Numismatic Collection, now at the Smithsonian Institution, was formed in 1838 with coins set aside by Mint employee, Adam Eckfeldt. New coins were added each year as they were made, but no attention was paid to mintmarks until much later. That’s why you won’t find an 1876-CC Twenty Cent piece or an 1870-S Seated Liberty Silver Dollar in this collection. However, you will find six of the Ten Most Famous U.S. coins, including a 1913 Liberty Nickel, all three classes of the 1804 Silver Dollar, two(!) Ultra-High Reliefs, two 1880 Stellas (both the Flowing Hair and Coiled Hair types). It’s a collection worthy of our nation’s pride.

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Smithsonian National Numismatic Collection
ItemPCGS No.DateDenomGradePopPop HigherComments
1913 5C391219135CPR5503Estimated grade. Ex Norweb.
1894-S 10C48051894-S10C 
1876-CC 20C53001876-CC20C 
1838-O 50C62261838-O50CSP63BM12Estimated grade.
1804 S$1 (Original or Restrike)69071804$1PR6306Estimated grade. The Smithsonian owns the only complete set of all three Cl...
1870-S S$169651870-S$1 
1885 T$1  1885T$1 
Coiled Hair $4 (1879 or 1880)80601880$4PR6433Estimated grade. The Smithsonian owns both 1879 and 1880 Coiled Hair Stella...
Ultra High Relief $2091301907 EX-HR$20PR6800Estimated grade.
1927-D $2091871927-D$20MS6516Estimated grade.