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1713 Gold Guinea Update Graded Finest Known

I wanted to post an update on the 1713 Gold Guinea that I wrote about in a previous article. It came back from NGC graded as MS64+ with the Stanislaw Herstal pedigree on the label.

According to NGC there’s none graded finer so this is the finest known; it appears PCGS has graded another example at MS64 but have no other information on that particular coin other than PCGS’s population report.

The coin is currently at Stacks & Bowers and will be auctioned off in August at the ANA Money Show. Estimated value has yet to be determined.

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