PR-58-CAC PCGS J-60 Gobrecht Restrike. CAC stickered. Die Alignment IV. The restrike issues struck from the 1850s through 1870s were not official issues. They have two differing die alignments, either III which is a coin turn or alignment IV which is a medal turn, with the eagle flying level. Razor sharp motifs are surrounded by deeply mirrored fields exhibiting hints of light toning. There is some light spotting in the right obverse field. Virtually devoid of any contact marks.
EF-40 PCGS PQ. Should have graded EF-45 in our opinion. Everything you want in a nice type coin--bold strike, lustrous surfaces, originality, and eye appeal.
EF-40 PCGS Better date and underrated issue. Sharp motifs are surrounded by well preserved, soft pearl gray fields.
AU-55-+ PCGS +. Pop 1 with the + designation for the grade. Superb, bold strike. Rich frosty luster is toned in soft gray hues. Really choice and sure to please.
AU-58 NGC Frosty, keenly struck motifs are surrounded by reflective fields graced by golden highlights. Great eye appeal and a lovely addition to a high grade set.
VF-25 PCGS Clean fields surround sharp motifs. Pretty iridescent toning throughout.
VF-35 PCGS Looks EF. Fully struck devices. Rich, pearl gray fields. Eye appealing. Pleasing type set addition.
EF-40 NGC Nice detail and surface quality. Soft silver gray toning adds to the eye appeal of this elusive issue. A date we have not handled for a while.
EF-40 NGC A tough New Orleans Mint issue. This coin is frosty white with well struck design elements and nice luster throughout. Even wear, but happily devoid of digs and scratches.
AU-55 PCGS A very tough, low mintage, highly sought-after date in the series. The devices are razor sharp and accented by frost. The fields are somewhat reflective and toned in splashes of gold and pale orange hues with tinges of steel gray throughout. Pop of a mere 16 coins for the grade at PCGS.
AU-50 PCGS OC-4. Subdued luster is toned in splashes of pale orange and steel gray. Sharp motifs.
AU-50 PCGS Housed in an old green PCGS holder. The only San Francisco Mint issue in the series and a nice example. Looks nicer than the assigned grade with boldly struck motifs surrounded by satiny luster. Wisps of gold toning add to the aesthetic appeal.
VG-8 PCGS A scarce and underrated San Francisco Mint issue in the series and a choice example. Sharp motifs, even, honest wear throughout. Clean fields. Richly toned in gunmetal blue and gray hues with gold accents.
AU-53 PCGS One of just 13 coins for the grade at PCGS and a very difficult issue to find in this nice state of preservation. Dazzling brilliance. Superb strike. A prized issue among Seated Dollar collectors.
EF-40 PCGS Great strike for the grade and frosty accents on the devices. Mostly brilliant with just a trace of golden toning. A very tough Civil War date in any grade.
EF-45 PCGS Satiny luster is graced by pretty pale golden orange overtones over steel gray fields. Sharply struck motifs. A tough Civil War date and a popular, low mintage issue. One of just 13 coins for the grade at PCGS.
AU-55-CAC PCGS CAC stickered. A highly prized Civil War date in the series and particularly desirable with the CAC sticker. This lovely piece is attractively toned in soft pastel hues over lustrous, soft gray fields. Razor sharp motifs are enhanced by mint frost. Sure to please the fussiest collector.
EF-45 PCGS OC-4 Bar 6. Bold design details are surrounded by brilliant, flashy fields. Lustrous. One of just 46,000 pieces coined this year.
EF-40 PCGS Spots of toning on the obverse. Lustrous fields surround keenly struck devices. Well struck. Housed in an old green PCGS holder. From the Guilford Collection.
AU-53 NGC Blushes of ice blue and gold toning grace soft silver gray fields. Highly lustrous and well struck. Pleasing type set addition
VF-20 PCGS An ever popular issue in the Seated dollar series and a highly sought after, Carson City mint date. Clean, rose and pearl gray fields are a nice accent to keenly defined motifs. A mere 7 pieces for the grade at PCGS. Only 1,376 coin were minted.