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The 1853 Silver Dollar is popular amongst collectors because of its relatively smaller production of 46,110 coins. The vast majority of 1853 dollars that exist today are in the grade range of ms62 to ms64 due to either being exported and or melted. Gem survivors, like the present coin, are great rarities indeed and seldomly offered / almost unobtainable to the collector. A vibrant, pearlescent silver / champagne patina graces both the obverse and reverse, enlivened by a soft roll of cartwheel luster. Razor-sharp detail on all design elements that aid to the superb aesthetic appeal this specimen displays. PCGS Population: 2; only 2 Finer.
|Coin Series||Pre-64 Silver|
|Mint/Refinery||U.S. Mint - Philadelphia|
|Coin Type||Investment Grade|
|Modern or Historical||Pre-64|
|Metal Weight||0.7734 oz|