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Original Lot at Legend Rare Coin Auctions

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Sale Price

Auction Details

Firm Sale Type Name Date Notes Lot
Legend Rare Coin Auctions Auction The Regency Auction XIV October 2015 Oct-2015 Not only is this one of the most amazing coins in the entire Coronet Collection, it is the Coronet Collector’s favorite Morgan Dollar, which was originally bought as an NGC MS67 PL. We think this coin is as close to full DMPL as you’re going to find for the date and at first glance, it resembles the Eliasberg 1891-CC PCGS MS68 PL which is unofficially considered a specimen. Deep, clear 4” mirrors are virtually perfect and have extremely bold reflectivity. It reminds you of a proof when you twirl it, and you can see light die polishing lines which are Mint made. Both sides are an original silver with a hint of gold. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and fully struck. The eye appeal is incredible! PCGS 1, NGC 0, CAC 1. This coin last traded for $103,500.00 as an NGC MS67 PL back in 1997 and it is so rare, there isn’t even a Collectors Universe value. We fully expect this incredible rarity to fetch a record price. Be prepared! PCGS # 7245 | EST: $125,000.00+ | This coin is being sold with no reserve. Certification Number 28286128 PCGS # 7245

PCGS Set Registry

This coin is currently in the Set Registry inventory of D. and is featured in one or more sets, including D. L. Hansen San Francisco Morgan Dollars.

Coin Details

PCGS # Service Cert # PCGS Pop PCGS Pop Higher PCGS Price GuideSM Value Set Registry
7245 PCGS 28286128 1 0 $115,000.00 View a set that requires this coin
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Other Auction Appearances

Date Price Firm Sale Lot
Sep-2016 $111,625.00 Legend Rare Coin Auctions The Regency Auction XVIII September 2016 31