1850 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-1. Rarity-3. VF-30 (ANACS). OH.

1850 Li

1800
1854 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-1. Rarity-3+. AU-58 (PCGS). CAC.

1854 Li

7500
1854 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-1. Rarity-3+. Repunched Date. AU Details--Cleaned (PCGS).

1854 Li

3000
1855 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-1. Rarity-3+. MS-62 (PCGS).

1855 Li

10000
1856 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-1. Rarity-2. Repunched Date. EF Details--Streak Removed (PCGS)

1856 Li

1500
1857 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-2. Rarity-3. EF Details--Repaired (PCGS).

1857 Li

1000
1859-O Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. MS-62 (PCGS).

1859-O

2250
1860-O Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. AU-58 (PCGS).

1860-O

1250
1861 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-2. Rarity-3+. AU Details--Plugged (PCGS).

1861 Li

2100
1863 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. Proof-60 (PCGS).

1863 Li

2000
1863 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-1. Rarity-3-. MS-64 (PCGS).

1863 Li

9000
1865 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-2. Rarity-2. VF-30 (PCGS).

1865 Li

950
1871-CC自由座银币 PCGS MS 61

1871-CC

60000
1871-CC Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-1, the only known dies. Rarity-4+. VF Details--Repaired (PC

1871-CC

5000
1872 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. OC-4. Rarity-2. Unc Details--Cleaned (PCGS).

1872 Li

1000
1803 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-255, B-6. Rarity-2. Large 3. VF Details--Rim Damage (PCGS).

1803 Dr

1300
1803 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-255, B-6. Rarity-2. Large 3. VF-35 (NGC).

1803 Dr

2000
1803 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-255, B-6. Rarity-2. Large 3. AU-55 (NGC).

1803 Dr

10000
1802 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-242, B-5. Rarity-5. Wide Date. VF Details--Graffiti (PCGS).

1802 Dr

1200
1802 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-241, B-6. Rarity-1. Narrow Date. VF-20 (ANACS). OH.

1802 Dr

1700
1802/1 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-235, B-9. Rarity-5. Wide Date. VF-30 (PCGS).

1802/1

2000
1801 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-213, B-3. Rarity-3. EF Details--Repaired (PCGS).

1801 Dr

1600
1801 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-212, B-2. Rarity-3. VF Details--Altered Surfaces (PCGS).

1801 Dr

1600
1800 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-196, B-17. Rarity-1. 12 Arrows. EF-40 (NGC).

1800 Dr

2900
1800 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-195, B-15. Rarity-4. VF-20 (PCGS).

1800 Dr

1700
1800 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-194, B-14a. Rarity-3. Dotted Date. EF-40 (PCGS). OGH.

1800 Dr

2800
1800 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-190, B-10a. Rarity-3. Very Wide Date, Low 8. EF-40 (PCGS).

1800 Dr

2100
1799 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-163, B-10. Rarity-2. EF Details--Repaired (PCGS).

1799 Dr

2000
1799 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-151, B-13. Rarity-5. Irregular Date, 13-Star Reverse. VF-20 (PCGS

1799 Dr

2000
1799/8 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-142, B-1. Rarity-4. 13-Star Reverse. VF Details--Cleaned (PCGS)

1799/8

2000

Lot:1441  1838戈布雷希特银币 NGC PF 66

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拍品分类 外国钱币>银币 品相 NGC PF66
拍品估价 USD 140000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2018年6月巴尔地摩-美国钱币#2 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-06-23 05:00:00 结标日期 2018-06-23 10:00:00 拍卖状态 流拍
拍品描述 1838戈布雷希特银币 NGC PF 66
1838 Gobrecht Silver Dollar. Name Removed. Judd-85 Restrike, Pollock-94. Rarity-7+. Dannreuther Reverse Die State d-e (intermediate die state). Silver. Plain Edge. Die Alignment III. Proof-66 * (NGC).

A nicely toned, highly appealing Gem that will serve with distinction in the finest collection of silver dollars or Liberty Seated coinage. Delicate silver-gray toning blends with antique-gold, lilac, and a splash of cobalt-blue on the obverse. The reverse exhibits lilac-gray through the center with soft sunset and gold tones intermingled around the periphery. Fully impressed with razor-sharp definition, this feature combines with the truly exceptional level of preservation to provide outstanding visual appeal. As with all known examples of Judd-85, this coin was struck in Die Alignment III, Libertys opposite the letter N in ONE. The eagle flies level following a normal coin turn. The dies are the same as those of Judd-84, but here the edge is plain rather than reeded. For the collector assembling a complete date set of Gobrecht dollars the 1838 will likely prove to be the most challenging to acquire. While traditional numismatic wisdom states that a small number of originals were struck that year in Die Alignment I, modern scholarship has discounted this theory. In fact, no Die Alignment I examples of this date are known to exist. The Die Alignment I-II reverse die cup was already starting to deteriorate on late die state 1836 Gobrecht dollars, so it seems likely that the Mint simply abandoned it in favor of the Die Alignment IV cup when it came to striking the 1838 coins. An example of this issue in Die Alignment IV is part of the National Numismatic Collection in the Smithsonian Institution, suggesting that this is the alignment used to strike originals of this date. Those coins were made as patterns to illustrate the revised Gobrecht dollar design with 13 stars added to the obverse periphery and the 26 stars omitted from the reverse field. Original 1838 Gobrecht dollars were exceedingly rare in their time, as they are now, leading the Mint to create restrikes for sale to contemporary collectors. These pieces were struck in both Die Alignment III and IV with either a reeded (Judd-84) or plain (Judd-85) edge and display light cracks through some of the peripheral letters. This is just such a coin, although it should be noted that this Die State "d" example does not show the tiny void below the F of OF that appears in (later) Die State "e" examples. Since this reverse die was previously used to restrike other Gobrecht dollar varieties, one can, therefore, deduct this is a very early striking, possibly the first, Judd-85. All Judd-85s have die cracks on the reverse including faint ones through MERI and TE, and from LAR into the field. A small, raised die spur runs from the upper curve of the D of UNITED into the field. Likely struck during Henry R. Lindermans second term as mint director (1873-1878), an era during which many restrikes and other numismatic delicacies are known to have been produced expressly for distribution to contemporary collectors. Mintages were not recorded as these are not regular issues, although with only about eight specimens known the variety now known as Judd-85 was obviously produced in limited numbers. As one of the two finest certified examples known to NGC (PCGS has not graded an example of Judd-85 finer than Proof-65+), this is an outstanding representative of one of the rarest Gobrecht dollar varieties.NGC Census: 2, only one of which has been awarded a * designation for superior eye appeal.From our (Stacks) sale of the L.R. French Family Collection, January 1989, lot 17; Heritages sale of the Lemus Collection, Queller Family Collection Part Two, January 2009, lot 1521; our Americana Sale of January 2013, lot 13218.