1868 Three-Dollar Gold Piece. MS-64 (PCGS).Delightful golden-orange surfaces are sharply struck throughout with an overall smooth and inviting appearance. Otherwise satiny in finish, direct lighting calls forth appreciable semi-reflective qualities from the fields. The 1868 has an above average rate of survival for an 1860s three-dollar gold issue, and survivors are more available than a mintage of 4,850 circulation strikes might imply. Most are lightly worn, however, and the issue is scarce to rare in all Mint State grades. This is a conditionally rare MS-64 that is sure to appeal to advanced gold enthusiasts.PCGS Population: 15; 7 finer (MS-66 finest).