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1882 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

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Stack's Bowers Auction November 2017 Baltimore U.S. Coins Auction Nov-2017 CAC Ex. SB June 2017 Lot 11391 Popular Key Date 1882 Three-Dollar Gold 1882 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC. A satiny orange-gold example of this popular low mintage entry in the later three-dollar gold series. Boldly, if not fully struck throughout with premium Choice quality further enhancing the coin's desirability. The Philadelphia Mint struck a mere 1,500 circulation strike three-dollar gold pieces in 1882 during an era when the usefulness of this denomination in commercial channels (such as it ever was) had long since passed. Survivors are scarce in an absolute sense, and most are lightly circulated after having been obtained from bank deposits by numismatists such as Thomas L. Elder during the early 20th century. Mint State coins are scarcer still, and with solid technical quality and strong eye appeal the coin offered here will have no difficulty finding its way into an advanced type or date set. PCGS# 8004. NGC ID: 25N5.

Coin Details

PCGS # Service Cert # PCGS Pop PCGS Pop Higher PCGS Price GuideSM Value Set Registry
8004 PCGS 84024942 44 37 $8,000.00 View a set that requires this coin
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Date Price Firm Sale Lot
Jun-2017 $7,637.50 Stack's Bowers June 2017 Baltimore U.S. Coins Auction 11391