Well this one got me too. It's sold a few times at auction, DLRC
being one. It's even got a CAC green bean.
Here was the coin at auctions: DLRC
September 2020 for $3100.00https://www.PCGS.com/auctionprices/...703085472130
Goldbergs June 2018 for $3480.00https://www.PCGS.com/auctionprices/...681012634458
and previously at Goldbergs May 2012 for $3163.00
It's currently for sale through a dealer for $3650.00
I'd rather have one that had more eye appeal personally, and less marks in the fields. I just don't see how this coin is on par with some of the other 1831 Capped Bust quarters
I've seen in MS63. It's one of 59 in MS63 with 93 better. Surprised CAC chose this one to give a bean too as well. I had it at MS61, due to no wear but the marks and scratch prove to me it's been handled improperly at minimum. It's also original surfaces and very crusty but not very eye appealing to me at least.
The price really hasn't moved much considering how many times it's sold. Those 3 sales are just what I found with little to minimal research.
fortcollins you are correct it's the Browning 4 variety.
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Edited by westcoin
05/20/2021 06:53 am