Silver Dollar, 1892-S, PCGS MS 67 CAC
An amazing example. Fully struck, with hard, clean surfaces. The obverse with remarkably deep prooflike flash, the reverse somewhat shallower with areas of frost. Virtually blemish-free. A faint mark at Liberty’s brow is noticeable under magnification, and there is a tiny, nearly indiscernible tick in the field below the S of PLURIBUS. The reverse is even more perfectly preserved. Two minute marks are hidden in the olive leaves, and only noticeable under magnification. The other faint marks in the field are mint caused. The essentially white surfaces are gently overlaid with very pale golden hue. An absolutely remarkable coin.
Anonymous Midwest Collector; Ed Milas of RARCOA (August, 1987); David Carter; Dr. George Bodway (October, 1987); Jack Lee (1994); probably Jefferson Coin and Bullion; Ralph Stone Collection (before 1995); thence by descent.