1882-O Liberty Head Eagle. Winter-1, the only known dies. VF-35 (PCGS). Glints of pinkish-rose peripheral iridescence enliven otherwise honey-orange surfaces on both sides of this bold mid grade example. The 1882-O is the most frequently encountered New Orleans Mint eagle of the 1880 to 1882 era, although we stress that all three of these issues are low mintage rarities. The present example is a visually appealing Choice VF from a 10,820-piece delivery that would make an impressive addition to an advanced collection of Liberty Head eagles or New Orleans Mint coinage. Ex Leo A. Young, September 7, 1962. Company envelope with provenance notation included.