Will W. Neil

HOF
Retired
Rank
5
Set
Complete
70.00%
Set
Rating
39.150
GPA with
Top Bonuses
60.231
GPA
Weighted
60.231
About This Set: From the Experts at PCGS
Will Neil’s collection of U.S. coins was sold in 1947 by B. Max Mehl, the flamboyant dealer from Texas. The catalog of the sale, replete with seven of our Ten Most Famous U.S. Rarities, was rated "A+" by numismatic expert, John Adams, who has examined all of the early U.S. coin catalogs for content and quality. Neil’s 1913 Nickel is an exceptional PR-64 from the Farouk collection, he owned an 1804 Silver Dollar (Class III), and both types of the 1880 Stellas. Neil's numismatic legacy lives on through B. Max Mehl's catalog and the memory of his fabulous collection.
Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1913 5C 3912 1913 5C PR64 1 1 11
PCGS grade. Ex Farouk.
1894-S 10C 4805 1894-S 10C PR64BM 1 3 13
Estimated grade. Ex Waldo Newcomer.
1876-CC 20C 5300 1876-CC 20C AU55 0 15 00
Estimated grade.
1838-O 50C 6226 1838-O 50C PR63BM 2 3 24
Estimated grade.
1804 S$1 (Original or Restrike) 6908 1804 $1 PR55 0 1 00
1870-S S$1 6965 1870-S $1 AU53 1 2 12
Estimated grade.
1885 T$1 1885 T$1 0 0 00
Coiled Hair $4 (1879 or 1880) 8058 1879 $4 PR64 0 6 00
Estimated grade. Neil also owned an 1880 Coiled Hair Stella in a similar grade.
Ultra High Relief $20 1907 EX-HR $20 0 0 00
1927-D $20 9187 1927-D $20 0 0 00