1906-D $20 Special Strike (Special Strike)

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PCGS SP66

PCGS SP66

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PCGS #:
89050
Designer:
James Barton Longacre
Edge:
Reeded
Diameter:
34.00 millimeters
Weight:
33.40 grams
Mintage:
12
Mint:
Denver
Metal:
90% Gold, 10% Copper
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Current Auctions - PCGS Graded
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Pos Grade Image Pedigree and History
1 SP66 PCGS grade  PCGS #89050 (SP)     66

Fourth coin struck at the United States Mint at Denver, Colorado 4/2/1906 by Paul R. Hempel, Foreman Coining Room - Isaac Gotthelf - purchased circa 1950 by Dan Brown - purchased in 1963 by Paul Jackson of Las Palmas Coin Shop, McAllen, Texas - Kagin's 12/1963:363 - purchased in 1966 by a collector named Marchant - purchased in 1988 by R.E. Wallace - Stack’s 10/2006:2393, $149,500 - Stack’s 10/2007:4562, $172,500 - Heritage 4/2013:4597, $440,624

2 Grade unknown

Adolphe Menjou Collection, Part II - Kreisberg-Schulman 1/1957:2608

 PCGS #89050 (SP)     66 #1 SP66 PCGS grade

Fourth coin struck at the United States Mint at Denver, Colorado 4/2/1906 by Paul R. Hempel, Foreman Coining Room - Isaac Gotthelf - purchased circa 1950 by Dan Brown - purchased in 1963 by Paul Jackson of Las Palmas Coin Shop, McAllen, Texas - Kagin's 12/1963:363 - purchased in 1966 by a collector named Marchant - purchased in 1988 by R.E. Wallace - Stack’s 10/2006:2393, $149,500 - Stack’s 10/2007:4562, $172,500 - Heritage 4/2013:4597, $440,624

#2 Grade unknown

Adolphe Menjou Collection, Part II - Kreisberg-Schulman 1/1957:2608

David Akers:

Reportedly 12 proofs were struck but only two or three can be accounted for today. The only one ever auctioned was sold in Kreisberg-Schulman's Menjou sale in 1957.