From the collection of Dr. Charles Link, noted on the PCGS label. Blinding luster, appropriate to the lofty grade, engages the eye. A gossamer veil of golden toning further enhances the eye appeal. The smooth surfaces and sharply struck devices are a marvel. The stewards of this coin for the past 200 years deserve a bow. PCGS has graded one other MS 64 from this die pair along with an MS 65 and an MS 66.Est. $10,000 to $12,000.
Sheridan Downey, Numismatist Oakland, California email@example.com (510) 479-1585