1883 Gold Dollar. MS-68 (PCGS).

1883 Go

8800
1893 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. Proof-67+ Ultra Cameo (NGC).

1893 Li

30000
1904 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle. Proof-65+ Cameo (PCGS).

1904 Li

15000
1911-D Indian Quarter Eagle. Strong D. MS-63 (PCGS).

1911-D

10000
1912 Indian Quarter Eagle. Proof-67 (PCGS). CAC.

1912 In

42000
1854 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-65 (PCGS).

1854 Th

10000
1858 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. AU-58 (PCGS). CAC. OGH.

1858 Th

9000
1882 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. Proof-65 Cameo (NGC).

1882 Th

25000
1888 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-66 (PCGS).

1888 Th

12000
1879飘逸长发5美元金币 NGC PF 65

1879飘逸长

190000
1795 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. Small Eagle. BD-3. Rarity-3+. AU-50 (PCGS). CAC--Gold Label. OGH.

1795 Ca

45000
1795 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. Small Eagle. BD-6. Rarity-5. Second S/D in STATES. AU-53 (NGC).

1795 Ca

37000
1796/5 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-1. Rarity-4+. AU-50 (NGC).

1796/5

50000
1797/5带帽半身像半鹰金币 NGC MS 61

1797/5带

150000
1798 Capped Bust Right Half Eagle. BD-4. Rarity-4+. Large 8, 13-Star Reverse, Wide Date. AU-58 (NGC)

1798 Ca

14000
1853-O Gold Dollar. Winter-1. MS-66 (PCGS).

1853-O

20000
1849 Gold Dollar. Open Wreath. Small Head, No L. MS-67 (NGC).

1849 Go

20000
1934-S Peace Silver Dollar. MS-66 (PCGS).

1934-S

24000
1928 Peace Silver Dollar. MS-66 (PCGS). CAC.

1928 Pe

30000
1927 Peace Silver Dollar. MS-66 (PCGS).

1927 Pe

20000
1926 Peace Silver Dollar. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC.

1926 Pe

9700
1926 Peace Silver Dollar. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC.

1926 Pe

10000
1925-S Peace Silver Dollar. MS-65 (PCGS).

1925-S

17000
1921 Peace Silver Dollar. High Relief. MS-66+ (NGC).

1921 Pe

12500
1901 Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-63 (PCGS).

1901 Mo

10000
1900 Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-67+ (PCGS). CAC.

1900 Mo

12000
1895-O Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-62 (PCGS).

1895-O

18000
1895 Morgan Silver Dollar. Proof-66 Cameo (PCGS).

1895 Mo

100000
1893-CC Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-64 (PCGS).

1893-CC

14500
1892-CC Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-65+ (PCGS). CAC.

1892-CC

11000

Lot:1127  1880 Gold Dollar. MS-68 (PCGS). CAC.

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 11000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2019年2月巴尔地摩#2-白金之夜 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-03-01 05:00:00 结标日期 2019-03-01 07:00:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 1880 Gold Dollar. MS-68 (PCGS). CAC.Offered is one of the finest, most visually appealing gold dollars of any date. The surfaces are beautifully toned in pale gold and light pinkish-rose iridescence. Both sides display razor sharp definition that allows full appreciation of this classic gold coin design. This Superb Gem 1880 gold dollar would serve as a highlight in the finest type or date collection.pThe suspension of gold specie payments by Eastern and Midwestern banks early in the Civil War dealt the gold dollar a blow from which it basically never recovered. Mintages had started to diminish as early as 1854 when the return of silver coins to active circulation rendered the gold dollar increasingly obsolete as a circulating medium of exchange in the eastern part of the United States. A delivery of 1,361,355 pieces from the Philadelphia Mint in 1862 proved an aberration. The suspension of specie payments resulted in paltry yearly mintages through the balance of the 1860s and into the early 1870s. Minor upsurges in production were achieved at the Philadelphia Mint in 1873 and 1874 as the destruction of worn gold coins pursuant to the Act of February 12, 1873, provided bullion for new coins. Thereafter yearly mintages remained extremely limited until the gold dollar passed into coinage history in 1889. Not even in 1878, when the Mint stepped up gold coin production in anticipation of the resumption of specie payments on January 1, 1879, did gold dollar production increase. Clearly the usefulness of the gold dollar had passed, a situation summed up nicely by Mint Director James Pollock in his Annual Report of 1874:pem"Whenever the specie basis shall have been reached, large coinage of the half and quarter eagles, will be necessary, but the mints can manufacture the same as rapidly as would be required or the bullion could be supplied for the purpose./empem"We now have six different denominations of gold coin, which is a greater variety than is required. This being the case, and the three-dollar gold piece corresponding so nearly, as to weight, value, and size, with the quarter eagle, and rarely used, it should be discontinued. The gold dollar is not a convenient coin, on account of its small size, and it suffers more proportionately from abrasion than larger coins. Its issues should, therefore, be confined to actual demands for it by the depositors of bullion, and the requirements for change and retail transactions should be met with silver coin."/empThere were obviously few calls for gold dollars in 1880, for the Philadelphia Mint produced only 1,600 pieces in circulation strike format, the lowest mintage among Philadelphia Mint gold dollars after the 1875 (just 400 coins struck). Even so, the 1880 is surprisingly obtainable in lower grades, and it is obvious that a large percentage of the mintage survived in the hands of speculators and/or numismatists. Virgil Brand, for one, is said to have owned hundreds of 1880 gold dollars. On the other hand, the 1880 remains rare in the finest Mint State grades, as here. Saving coins and saving them with expert numismatic care are two different things, and few 1880 gold dollars extant received the fine treatment accorded the offered example over the intervening 139 years.From our Rarities Auction of May 2015, lot 52.