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Legend Dollar Type Set - The Number One Finest Set of All Time

Current Statistics
Rank

1
GPA with Top Bonuses

66.521
GPA Weighted

66.521
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

66.521
Retired Statistics
Rank

1
GPA Weighted

66.521
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

66.521

Legend Dollar Type Set

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
Flowing Hair Dollar (1794-1795) 86851 1794 $1 SP66 1 11
The famous Neil-Carter-Cardinal-Morelan specimen striking of the 1794 dollar. Quite probably the very first dollar struck for the fledgling United States of America. The surfaces are quite prooflike and the devices dance with frost in the light - unlike any other known example of the date. Additionally, the die state matches exactly the copper pattern in the Smithsonian. This coin is a national treasure and it is my privilege to build a world class set around it! Martin Logies had the chance to examine the coin out of the holder and stated this: "I can tell you, as incredible as the Amon Carter 1794 dollar is when viewed through the slab, it is even more amazing when seen in the raw. The surfaces just come alive with blazing mirrored luster that can't be seen fully through the plastic. I was given the opportunity to hold the coin in my hands and examine it thoroughly. The edges of the coin are unbelievable...completely squared off, smooth and mirror-like themselves with no scrapes or scratches, and the edge lettering is incredibly deeply incused and sharp. When we examined the other coins, we realized that the squareness and smoothness of the edge of the Amon Carter dollar and the quality of its edge lettering was vastly superior to any of the others -- including the 1803 proof! All of us came away feeling the coin was even more special that we had originally thought."
Draped Bust Dollar, Small Eagle (1795-1798) 96858 1795 $1 MS65 2 71
The Brand-Knoxville-Morelan specimen. The surfaces are amazingly album toned and alive with luster. A few tiny ticks do not distract. The reverse is especially frosty, with a cameo eagle in the center.
Draped Bust Dollar, Large Eagle (1798-1804) 6878 1799 $1 MS66 2 52
The Boston-Morelan specimen. Held for nearly two centuries in a Boston area family's collection. Famed dollar collector Jack Lee once called this the "only early dollar in true unc" than he had seen. It is wonderfully original with full flowing luster. The only distraction are a few fingerprints on the obverse that are translucent with the light. The reverse is full MS67 quality.
Liberty Seated Gobrecht Dollar NS Obv (1836) 11226 1836 $1 PR66 1 1
The world's finest Gobrecht dollar. Totally and completely original surfaces with very attractive toning.
Liberty Seated Gobrecht Dollar ST Obv (1838-1839) 11352 1838 $1 PR65 5 141
A beautifully toned example of a Gobrecht!
Liberty Seated Dollar, No Motto (1840-1865) 87002 1859 $1 PR67CA 2 131
Liberty Seated Dollar, With Motto (1866-1873) 6971 1873 $1 MS66 1 1 6320
Trade Dollar (1873-1885) 7037 1875 T$1 MS68 1 71
Fairfield Pedigree. This is the famous Marc Emory coin as related in Bower''s Trade Dollar Encyclopedia. Utterly perfect surfaces covered by just the lightest original toning.
Morgan Dollar (1878-1921) 7118 1880-S $1 MS68+ 24 5 5715
Peace Dollar, High Relief (1921-1922) 7356 1921 $1 MS65 1388 224 1388224
Peace Dollar (1922-1935) 7365 1925 $1 MS67 113 2 2655
Eisenhower Dollar - Silver (1971-1974) 87433 1974-S $1 PR68CA 172 158 1035889558
Eisenhower Dollar - Clad (1971-1978) 97430 1973-S $1 PR69DC 16184 25 71831230
Eisenhower Dollar - Silver Bicentennial (1976) 7436 1976-S $1 PR67 132 67 587532046
Eisenhower Dollar - Clad Bicentennial (1976) 97435 1976-S $1 PR69DC 20276 21 3532032
Susan B. Anthony Dollar (1979-1999) 99590 1979-S SBA$1 PR69DC 5274 449 557975292
Sacagawea Dollar - Eagle in Flight reverse (2000-2008) 149568 2007-S SAC$1 PR70DC 635 7808
Sacagawea Dollar (2000-present) 512844 2012-S $1 PR69DC 1388 232 359887827
Presidential Dollar (2007-2016) 394885 2008-S $1 PR70DC 542 33607