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1826 SC$1 Erie Canal, Gold, HK-1001 MS

1826 SC$1 Erie Canal, Gold, HK-1001 MS

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 79181)

The 1826 So-Called Dollar is part of a series of So-called Dollar coins struck from . The specific variety is Erie Canal, Gold. Designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of Gold from a mintage of 51 struck and has a rarity rating of 9.
According to Stack's Bowers, "only three gold impressions of the Erie Canal Completion medal are positively confirmed to exist, making this not only the rarest metallic composition of the type, but also one of the rarest early American medals. Of the three specimens known, only two are in private hands." The grades of the three known are: NGC PR62, NGC XF45, raw XF.

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GSID: 79181
Coin Date: 1826
Denomination: SC$1 / So-Called Dollar
Designation: MS
Mintage: 51
Coinage Type: So-called Dollar
Composition: Gold
Variety: Erie Canal, Gold
Variety 2: HK-1001
Rarity: R-9
Strike Type: Business
PCGS #: 643757
NGC ID: 2FD3
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