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This coin was handpicked out of a small group of 1857S pieces. The quality is way above average.
The surfaces have only light abrasion with some small and scattered ticks. You really need a glass to see them. In addition the surfaces are clearly prooflike on the obverse. The reverse is slight and is more satiny. All we can say is they did an amazing job curating the coin to the point if you did not know they did it-you would not have a hint. An intense luster beams from all over as well. Both sides are an even gold color with no spots or discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and are fully struck The eye appeal is flashy plus!
PCGS 3, with 46 graded higher in the Ship Wreck. It is important to note that prior to these being found, this date was one of the rarest of all $5 Liberty’s.
Here you get a true treasure ship piece that was sitting on the ocean floor for over 100 years. Once these coins are sold-good luck finding more!
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