PCGS Coin Number: 7549
The quality of strike on the 1858-D gold dollar improved greatly compared with those coins struck at the Dahlonega Mint in 1857. Even so, many (but not all) are weakly struck in the central portions, particularly in the 85 of the date. This is one of the more easily obtained Type 3 gold dollars produced at the Dahlonega Mint. About Uncirculated coins are offered at auction with regularity, but in Mint State, this date becomes quite rare. At least two gems are known, the finest being a superb coin that formed part of the Duke’s Creek Collection and was graded MS-66 by NGC. An NGC MS-65 example sold for $46,000 in February 1999, setting the price record for the date.
This beautiful coin is a perfect AU 58 coin with great natural toning.
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