25C 1834 PCGS MS63
No question this is a VERY high end piece. It is also a condition census level B-3. It is also housed in an older blue tag holder.
Satiny mint luster blooms though out the fields gleaming through a layer of pastel iridescent rainbow hues that are evenly dusted across the surfaces. Struck from an interesting die state with a light crack on the obverse from star 8 to the top of the cap, heavy die clash marks on the central obverse, and a light die crack on the reverse. The eye appeal is stunning for the grade. We love the look of this coin and it is ideal for any quality oriented choice to gem type set.
PCGS 28, NGC 39, CAC 11. There has not been a CAC approved MS63 ever sold in auction (now that is a powerful statement). The most recent example sold was an NGC graded (NO CAC) and sold for $4,560 in February 2018. The current PCGS value is listed at $4,100 and this really HIGH END coin should be worth more!
We certainly can not say we have seen many of these recently.
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