1907-D Liberty Head Double Eagle. MS-66 (PCGS). CMQ.A captivating premium Gem Mint State example with vivid golden-apricot color and full, satiny mint luster to both sides. Sharply struck, as well, with exceptional surface preservation.<p>Gold type collectors who desire a representative of Liberty Head double eagle production at the Denver Mint typically acquire an example of the 1907-D. This is the second of only two D-mint issues in this series, and it is a bit more obtainable than the first-year 1906-D. However, the 1907-D becomes quite rare in grades above MS-65. In fact, the finest examples that we are aware of are graded just one point above the present Gem. (The sole MS-67 listed at PCGS sold for $74,750 in our March 2012 Baltimore Auction.) Almost certainly qualifying for Condition Census, this is an exceptionally well preserved double eagle irrespective of issue.PCGS# 9053. NGC ID: 26D8.PCGS Population: 27; 3 finer (MS-67 finest).