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Sonoran Monsoon - 2nd

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Current Statistics
Rank

2
GPA with Top Bonuses

56.467
GPA Weighted

56.467
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

56.467
Retired Statistics
Rank

1
GPA Weighted

56.467
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

56.467

Sonoran Monsoon

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
Flowing Hair Dollar (1794-1795) 6852 1795 $1 XF45 90 184 162323
Common B5, B-27, R1. Die state II. Iridescent rim toning with gray centers.
Bust Dollar, Small Eagle (1795-1798) 96858 1795 $1 VF30 38 148 4231431
Bust Dollar, Large Eagle (1798-1804) 6893 1801 $1 AU50 31 53 5171330
B-1, BB-211, R3. Bowers Die State II. This is the only 1801 variety with arrowhead beneath "U" in United,
Liberty Seated Dollar, No Motto (1840-1866) 6953 1863 $1 MS63 22 24 480396
Proof-like tendencies in fields, contrasting with satiny motifs.
Liberty Seated Dollar, With Motto (1866-1873) 6968 1872 $1 MS64 32 10 16461
Satiny luster. Lavender, gold, and blue toning.
Trade Dollar (1873-1878) 7041 1876 T$1 MS64 119 38 1059302
Morgan Dollar (1878-1921) 7092 1879-S $1 MS68 120 7 61963
Luster is so intense, that cartwheels can be viewed going in both directions at the same time. Surfaces are practically mark free, only a few very light scuffs can be noted. Golden brown toning near edges. Strong strike. Excellent eye appeal. CAC sticker on holder.
Peace Dollar, High Relief (1921) 7356 1921 $1 MS64 4373 1778 44001791
The high relief Peace dollars of 1921 had significant strike problems, this was a main reason for the mint to shift to a regular strike in the following years. This example is poorly struck, most notable in the hair. Satin luster, with relatively few marks.
Peace Dollar (1922-1935) 7360 1923 $1 MS66+ 201 66 626269
Silver frosty luster. Well struck. No notable marks other than a small rim ding near tail feathers. CAC sticker.
Eisenhower Dollar - Clad (1971-1978) 7413 1973-D $1 MS67 13 1313
The 1973-P and 1973-D were issued only in mint sets, limiting the numbers available to about 2 million each. This example has brilliant luster over light gold toned surfaces. Very few contact marks. Previosly owned by Grandam.
Eisenhower Dollar - Silver (1971-1974) 7411 1972-S $1 MS69 24 31
Slightly frosty Luster. Strong strong. Virtually no marks.
Eisenhower Dollar - Silver Bicentennial (1976) 7422 1976-S $1 MS68 782 782
Satiny luster, Average strike, no notable marks.
Eisenhower Dollar - Clad Bicentennial Type 1 7420 1976-D $1 MS67 6 6
Very well struck for an Eisenhower. Decent luster and minimal marks. Formally owned by Mitch Spivack.
Eisenhower Dollar - Clad Bicentennial Type 2 7419 1976 $1 MS67 13 411
Type 2 is identified by the thin delicate lettering on the reverse. This example has a ring of pinkish-gold toning near the obverse rims, and pinkish-gold centers with a hint of peripheral jade toning on the reverse.
Susan B. Anthony Dollar - Wide Rim (1979) 99571 1979-P SBA$1 MS67 16 171
Pedigree: DRG Collection. This coin was in Dr. David R. Golan's amazing set until 2007. Gabriel Murphy owned the set 2007-2011.
Susan B. Anthony Dollar - (1979-1999) 9582 1999-D SBA$1 MS68 116 130
Extremely frosty luster. Almost mark free.
Sacagawea Dollar - Eagle in Flight reverse (2000-2008) 915021 2005-D SAC$1 SP69 144 25945
Satin Finish.
Sacagawea Dollar - Native American reverse (2009-present) 416241 2010-P $1 SP69 7 67042806
Satin finish. Position B. Origionally submitted to PCGS by Tazmic Enterprises.
Presidential Dollar (2007-2016) 390553 2007-D $1 SP69 123 1922
Satin Finish. Position B.