1868 3CS Three Cent Silver PCGS MS66+ (CAC) #3114-1 POP 2/1!

In 1868, General Ulysses S. Grant of Ohio defeated Horatio Seymour of New York by an electoral vote of 214-80 to become the 18th President of the United States, serving the first of his ultimately two terms. Only 3,500 1868 Three Cent Silvers were struck for circulation that year, making it one of the rarest dates of the series. This wonderfully toned 1868 needs to be tilted under a light to be fully appreciated with its rich, autumnal palette gracing the obverse and deeper sunset hues historically time-stamping the reverse, both sides aptly radiant with seamless, cartwheel luster. Unquestionably among the most beautiful survivors of this rare date, this 1868 may become the centerpiece of any Three Cent Silver collection. CAC Approved
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Internal Code 3114-1
PCGS # 3688
Grading Service PCGS
Grade MS66+
Year of Issue 1868
Denomination Type Three Cent Silver
Mint Location Philadelphia
Strike Type Business
Circ/UnCirc Uncirculated
Holder Type N/A
Grade Add On CAC
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