Silver Dollar, 1893, PCGS MS 64 CAC
An appealing, well struck example of this low mintage issue. The coin is untoned and brilliantly white, with soft cartwheel lustre, not the ‘greasy’ lustre alluded to by Bowers as being the norm. The surfaces do have some scattered marks, only two of mention; one on the lower eyelid, and a small scuff in the field near the eagle’s right wing. The 3 in the date doubled, as is Liberty’s upper lip (VAM 3).