A 2014-D Sacagawea Dollar Missing Edge Lettering sold for $12,934 in GreatCollections on Sunday, February 8th. The only known example of the 2014-D Sacagawea Dollar with missing edge lettering was recently discovered by ANACS as they were grading a bulk submission of the coins.
The Mint Error 2014-D $1 Sacagawea Dollar Native American - Missing Edge Lettering (From the Coin and Currency Set) ANACS EU-69 have 43 bids from 7 bidders with the winning bid at $11,759.00 ($12,934.90 with Buyer's Fee).
"Since each coin has to be reviewed by the grading services as they are being graded (to determine whether the lettering is inverted or not), a large number of these have already been checked by default – it’s likely going to be the rarest of all of the Missing Edge Lettering modern dollars" said Ian Russell, President/founder of GreatCollections.
According to a report by Coinworld.com, Bernie Neumark, chairman of First Commemorative Mint Inc. in Farmingdale, N.Y., confirmed Jan. 29 to Coin World that the firm had consigned the Missing Edge Lettering Native American dollar to the GreatCollections sale. Neumark said the coin was found in one of 5,000 Mint-issued sets that First Commemorative shipped to ANACS for grading and encapsulation for eventual resale on the Home Shopping Network.
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