1C 1837 PCGS MS65BN N-7 MEDIUM LETTERS
Since when are Brown coins Red Brown? Not only is this coin possibly Red Brown, but it is ULTRA high end. PCGS can grade these coins too ridiculously tight! Plus, how many truly GEM coins can still survive from 1837? Not many! That’s 173 years ago. This coin is just an amazing survivor.
We grade this coin a 66 all day. That is no guaranty this coin will ever go up, but you sure can not easily prove to us why its only a 65. The surfaces are remarkably clean and perfect. They are a little satiny and do have a strong luster. Most important., the unquestionable ORIGINAL color. The surfaces are about 50% ORIGINAL GEM Mint Red and the balance is a light brown/pale blue color. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have light frost. The eye appeal of this GEM is PHENOMENAL!
PCGS 14, NGC 16, CAC 5. we would be shocked if this coin is not represented more than once on the pops. A PCGS NON CAC piece sold for $3,910.00 02/2009 Goldberg. Does not really matter what others have sold for, this coin is a friggen MONSTER!
WE HAVE POSTED THIS COIN AT OUR BEST PRICE!
For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verification: 25137660.