PCGS Coin Number: 7519
This date should be considered rare in any condition. Population numbers suggest that it is very similar in rarity to the 1854-D gold dollar (a fact noted by David Akers long before population reports). Very few Mint State examples have been graded by the services; and they are seldom offered for sale. The average coin seen is Extremely Fine or About Uncirculated. The finest coin known of the date is the NGC MS-63 example from the Duke's Creek Collection sold in 2004. As a result of clashed or lapped dies; most examples feature defects on the obverse; particularly about the nose and forehead. Most coins also display die cracks on the reverse. The 1852-D gold dollar is a classic condition rarity; with no gem examples known to exist.
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