1845 $1
Lot 1116
1845 $1
Sold for US$ 491 inc. premium
Auction Details
Coins & Medals New York
13 Dec 2012 10:00 EST

Auction 20086
1845 $1
Lot Details
1845 $1
Although probably cleaned at one time, this boldly defined, nominally circulated survivor is now toned with warm, olive-gray patina. There are no sizeable or otherwise individually distracting abrasions. A low mintage affair with just 24,500 pieces produced, the 1845 vies with the 1844 and 1848 as the scarcest Philadelphia Mint Seated dollar date from the 1840s. (PCGS 6931) Extremely Fine, muted fields
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