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1849 G$1 Open Wreath MS63 PCGS

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Price: $1,000.00   
Grade: MS63
Quantity: 1
PCGS Coin #: 7502
Last Update: 10/25/2022
Dealer:  (Terms) Imperial Coin Exchange (1)
The first Gold Dollars debuted in 1849, the result of a large influx of gold from California. The first versions are of the Open Wreath variety. This PCGS graded MS63 Gold Dollar is the Open Wreath variety, plus it is also an L variety as well. The designer put his initials in the truncation of the bust or he did not. This one does have the L. There have been 3 different L-type varieties found. This is a beautiful rare gold dollar. Pricing Guide = $2,000 Mintage = 687567 Pop = 282 https://imperialcoinexchange.com/shop/1849-liberty-gold-dollar-pcgs-ms63-g1-open-wreath-09666/
Collectors CornerSM coin information:  (data courtesy of PCGS.com *)
PCGS Coin #: 7502
PCGS Coin Description: 1849 G$1 Open Wreath
Mintage: 687,567
Grade: MS63
PCGS Population: * 276 View
Population (in higher grades): * 300
PCGS Price Guide: * $1,100.00 View
Auction Prices Realized: * Auction Prices Realized
Additional resources: PCGS CoinFacts
PCGS Set Registry:
(Top 3 of 45 composite sets for this coin)
 
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Basic U.S. Coin Design Set (1792-present)
Gold Type Set 12 Piece, Circulation Strikes (1839-1933)
Complete Dansco 7070 Modified Type Set (1796-Date)
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