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Harry W. Bass - 3rd

Retired Statistics
Rank

3
GPA with Top Bonuses

60.079
GPA Weighted

60.079
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

60.079

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About the Harry W. Bass Collection

Harry W. Bass

Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1795 8551 1795 $10 AU55 37 71 3979
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass from the Bartle collection auction conducted by Stack's in October, 1984, lot 1118 for $33,000.
1796 8554 1796 $10 MS62 2 2 23
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass via private treaty from RARCOA on February 3, 1975.
1797 Small Eagle 8555 1797 $10 AU58 3 2 33
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass via private treaty from RARCOA on February 3, 1975.
1797 Large Eagle 8559 1797 $10 MS61 17 19 1720
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass via private treaty from Goldiad Corporation on March 4, 1991.
1798/7 8560 1798/7 $10 MS61 2 2 44
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass from the Garrett III collection auction conducted by Bowers and Ruddy in October, 1980, lot 1659 for $52,500. T.H. Garrett purchased it in October, 1884 from the Harold P. Newlin collection.
1799 8562 1799 $10 AU58 71 137 91206
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass from the Beck collection auction conducted by Quality Sales in January, 1975, lot 481.
1800 8563 1800 $10 MS61 10 34 1035
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass via private treaty from Julian Leidman on September 25, 1970.
1801 8564 1801 $10 MS64 35 2 354
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass from the Beck collection auction conducted by Quality Sales in January, 1975, lot 486 (part of a large lot consisting of a complete set of early eagles).
1803 98565 1803 $10 MS64
Estimated grade. Purchased by Harry Bass from the Beck collection auction conducted by Quality Sales in January, 1975, lot 486 (part of a large lot consisting of a complete set of early eagles).
1804 8566 1804 $10 MS62 1 1 13
PCGS graded. Purchased by Harry Bass from the Eliasberg collection auction conducted by Bowers and Ruddy in October, 1982, lot 659 for $35,200.