Another poorly produced Charlotte gold dollar
A few weeks ago I posted a GTG on a 1857-C gold dollar that many feel is one of the worst looking coins made by this mint, due to poor planchets and weak strikes. This time I have what most believe is the "worst of the worst" as far as production problems and overall look. The 1855-C gold dollar. No GTG on this one, this is a cleaned AU example, as noted on the holder. I really don't care for cleaned coins, and this is the only one in my collection (at least in the opinion of PCGS and NGC).
I made an exception on this coin because I think this is the most well stuck and best looking example of this date I have seen. The coin is too bright from a cleaning but is about as good looking as this one gets. Compare it to others on HA or elsewhere to see what I mean.
Tell me what you think!