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Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio   |   June 2018 Baltimore Auction   |   26 June 2018 Sort by Lot-NumberSort by Estimate
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Session 1: LIVE AUCTION SESSIONS, Lot 38





Estimate: 8'000 USD   |   Starting price: 1 USD Price realized: 7'200 USD
Three-Dollar Gold Piece


1867 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-62 (PCGS).
The gorgeous semi-prooflike surfaces of this three-dollar gold piece combine satiny devices with mirrored fields. The entire coin displays vivid golden-rose patina that enhances the eye appeal. Sharply struck, very smooth for the assigned grade, and worthy of inclusion in an advanced gold cabinet. The circulation strike 1867 three-dollar gold is scarce issue with no more than 200 coins believed extant from a paltry mintage of 2,600 pieces. Most survivors are worn to one degree or another, and Mint State examples such as this are always in demand.
PCGS# 7988. NGC ID: 25MN.
PCGS Population: 10; 9 finer (MS-68 finest).

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