1881 $1 Gold Dollar Type 3 PCGS MS67+ CAC
Not only is this coin VERY HIGH END, it is also a borderline SEMI-PL piece!
Sensational surfaces do exhibit light mirrors on the obverse and partial on the reverse. Most important: all of the surfaces are super clean. The mirrors have exceptional clarity and strong flash. A strong luster adds to the eye appeal too. Both sides are a wonderful original bright yellow gold color with a faint hint of orange gold. There are NO spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and are sharply struck. The eye appeal is sensational!
PCGS 95, NGC 66, CAC 36. PCGS has graded 15 in MS67+. The last PCGS CAC MS67+ to sell in auction brought $3,995.00 01/2020. A MS68 (pop 40) is worth $11-$12,000.00 today.
We just love the fact this is a sensational example of an obsolete 140 year old smaller gold coin. To be able to own it so far UNDER $5,000.00 just seems too cheap (in our opinion). Opportunity knocks loud here!
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