Dr. & Mrs. Steven Duckor One Dollar Gold Date Set of Circulation Strikes 1849-1889

2013 2014 2015
Current
Rank
1
Set
Complete
100.00%
Set
Rating
66.884
GPA with
Top Bonuses
66.884
GPA
Weighted
66.884

Retired Statistics 8/11/2015

Rank
1
Complete
100.00%
Set
Rating
66.884
GPA
Weighted
66.884
About This Set: I'm attempting to put a set of $1 gold in PCGS 65 or better .. If PCGS has graded a coin at the highest level of 64 I will attempt to include it in my collection. I will not collect a coin below pcgs 64. $1 Gold is a very difficult series to complete! I'm focusing on the very best of each date and mintmark. I was lucky to be able to have purchased the 1854-S pcgs 65+ ex. Pittman from 10/97 Akers sale! It's a coin David Akers always told me if I ever got an opportunity to buy, to do so! It's original, great skin with a golden color and a full strike! David Akers had been my mentor on rare coins for the past thirty years. With David's passing, Doug Winter will assume the mentoring role. It should be noted that 54 out of 54 of the coins in my $1G set are CAC'ed!! 5/1/15 : I WANT TO ANNOUNCE THAT MY $1G SET WILL BE SOLD UNRESERVED AT THE HERITAGE ANA SALE IN CHICAGO THIS AUGUST
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Comments


Wonderful set! I am happy to see that you agree with me in that you agree that most if not all coins in a top set should be at the top send of the grade scale and therefore will have the CAC sticker. Amazing job!

Posted at 6/29/2015 10:24 AM by Perfection

Wonderful set! I am happy to see that you agree with me in that

Posted at 6/29/2015 10:23 AM by Perfection

Steve has done it again! A set second to none! This will become the reference for all future sets. The 1$G series is harder to put together at this gem level this first appears. Just look at those pops! well done!

Posted at 6/21/2013 8:27 AM by dkutz

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