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he 1840-O No Drapery Dime is easily the rarest date in this short-lived series. It has the lowest total population of the No Drapery type, the smallest number of Mint State examples, and the quality of Uncirculated examples shifts toward the lower end of the spectrum. The typical Mint State grade is only MS62 and, even there, only a few examples exist. The best example is a single PCGS MS65. Unlike the 1840 Dimes from the Philadelphia Mint (which comes in No Drapery and With Drapery versions), the 1840-O comes only one way: No Drapery. Because collectors have only one option for the 1840-O Dime, there is even more upwards price pressure on this date.
1886 G$1 MS65 PCGS. CAC. Both sides are boldly clashed on this Gem 1886 gold dollar, showing bright canary-gold color and excellent eye appeal. A loupe reveals no singular marks, but instead shows considerable prooflike reflectivity. Population: 44 in 65, 20 finer (1/15).(Registry values: N1793) (NGC ID# 7HS8, PCGS# 7587)