|Legend Rare Coin Auctions||Auction||The Regency Auction 44||Apr-2021||THE BOYLSTON COLLECTION FINEST KNOWN! Breathtaking originality. Delicate wisps of amber and gold toning accent remarkably clean fields rolling with mint bloom and frost when you twirl the coin in the light. Exceptional strike with all of the design elements fully struck up. If not for a tick or two near star 5, this coin would be completely flawless. Exceedingly rare in Mint State grades. This piece blows away any other examples of the date and mint, with MS-64 being the next highest grade. In fact, a mere 11 total Mint State pieces have been graded at PCGS and NGC combined! WB-3, Rarity-4. Medium S. Blundered Date. It is interesting to note this is also an example of the highly prized blundered date variety. Remnants of a 1 punched far to the left of the date in the field are clearly visible to the naked eye. PCGS 1; NGC 0. CAC 1. The next highest grade is 2 MS64 PCGS examples. A prestigious provenance of owners including David Queller (2002) and Eugene Gardner. This piece last sold in June 2014 where it brought $61,688. We predict this coin will fetch a world record price and experience a fierce bidding battle as well it should! When only the finest will do, this is the coin for you! Soon to take it’s rightful place in a fantastic collection. Congratulations in advance to the lucky winning bidder. Cert. Number 50030065 PCGS # 6292.00|
This coin is currently in the Set Registry inventory of DLH and is featured in one or more sets, including D. L. Hansen Liberty Seated Half Dollars. (1839-1891).
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