Usually found in lower grades, the detail and eye appeal is pretty nice considering the grade. The original mintage was 11,622 but per Doug Winter in his Charlotte gold coin book there are 150-175 survivors total. There are 4-6 in uncirculated grades, and 21-24 in AU,,this being one of them. One of the positive attributes of this example is the strike is well above average for an issue known to be extremely poorly struck. The color is an unnatural yellow gold thus the cleaned designation by NGC. Priced accordingly as if there had been a numerical grade assigned it would be more then twice what we are asking for.
|PCGS Coin Number||7735|
|Year of Issue||1844|
|Denomination Type||Liberty Head $2.5|
|Country of Origin||The United States of America|
|Grade Add On||NONE|
|Cert # or SKU||4824264006|