What’s the only plain edge 2014-D enhanced uncirculated Native American dollar worth?
We will find out when an online auction conducted by GreatCollections closes on Feb. 8.
The coin is certified MS-69 by ANACS, which found the coin Jan. 20 among its bulk submissions.
It was sold originally by the U.S. Mint as part of the Native American Coin and Currency Set.
Only 50,000 of these sets were produced.
“It’s likely going to be the rarest of all of the Missing Edge Lettering modern dollars” said Ian Russell, President/founder of GreatCollections.
Russell said, “The coin is being sold unreserved with bidding to start at $1. Bidding ends on Sunday, February 8th.”
Are you tempted?
To register to bid, or view the coin, visit www.greatcollections.com.
Buzz blogger Dave Harper is winner of the 2014 Numismatic Literary Guild Award for Best Blog and is editor of the weekly newspaper "Numismatic News."