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1928-S Peace Silver Dollar. MS-65 (PCGS). CAC. OGH.

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Stack's Bowers Auction August 2018 ANA U.S. Coins Auction Philadelphia, PA Aug-2018 Desirable Gem 1928-S Peace Dollar Just 3 Finer at PCGS 1928-S Peace Silver Dollar. MS-65 (PCGS). CAC. OGH. The angelic, snowy white centers of this substantial rarity are adorned with the faintest bronze iridescence near the borders. Comprehensive and satiny, the luster blankets the fields and devices without interruption, showcasing the superior preservation and softly cartwheeling at a tilt. This piece sits among the finest survivors know from this mintage of 1.6 million coins, and PCGS has certified only 3 coins finer through MS-66. After only the 1925-S, the 1928-S is the rarest issue of this type at the Gem Mint State grade level. While the 1928-S as an issue has much better luster quality than the 1925-S, both often display poor striking detail with most examples blunt in the centers. Heavily abraded surfaces are also the norm for these conditionally challenging issues. These characteristics explain why the vast majority of 1928-S dollars extant grade no finer than MS-64. The offering of a certified MS-65, as here, represents a significant bidding opportunity in today's market and this coin is sure to sell for a strong bid. Provenance: From the Anne Kate Collection. PCGS Population: 61; just 3 finer through MS-66. PCGS# 7374. NGC ID: 257W. Click here for certification details from PCGS.

Other Auction Appearances

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Mar-2019 $55,812.50 Legend Rare Coin Auctions The Regency Auction 31 377