First year of issue.
A great, early gold dollar, struck during the big gold rush year of 1849, but this one comes from the Georgia mint of Dahlonega. CAC approved for quality.
An impressive condition rarity! This fantastic early gold dollar was struck during the big gold rush year of 1849, at the Dahlonega Mint. A select piece, with uncommonly sharp to full striking detail throughout the bright lemon gold surfaces. The luster is strong and ranges from satiny to semi-reflective in finish. The eye appeal is wonderful!
An absolutely stunning type one gold dollar with superb, original surfaces. While there are other pieces technically graded higher, we view it as a crime to tamper with this beautifully preserved old green holder. The coin is truly special with such stunning satiny luster and no noticeable marks. CAC approved for quality.
Lustrous Dahlonega issue gold dollar from a mintage of just 9,882 coins.
Wonderful AU example of this very desirable Dahlonega, Georgia Mint issue. Just 6,360 coins struck of this key issue. Clean, yellow-gold surfaces and lustrous and bold detail.
Popular New Orleans issue. Conditionally rare at this level, the surfaces feature softly frosted luster and warm golden coloration. Bright peach and pale blue undertones highlight the strongly struck devices, with only slight weakness seen in the date and the LL in DOLLAR on the reverse as is typical of the issue. The eye appeal is wonderful!
Exceptional surfaces and crisp details. The Hansen Collection contains a MS67+ example for the date.
Popular transition year for the gold dollar as it's the last issue of the Type 1 size and design.
Popular transition year for the gold dollar as it's the last issue of the Type 1 size and design. Warm sunny golden color glows from the satiny surfaces of this sharply defined gem.
Scarce type 2. gold dollar. The special thing about this gem type coin is not only that it's scarce in such high grade, but there is no evidence of die clashing whatsoever on this piece. Estimates range from 10-15% of the coins produced at this period to be free of such obstructions and this coin is the first we have handled with this appearance in years. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Lovely, lustrous example of this scarce type 2 gold dollar.
Attractive AU! Minimal wear and lustrous yellow-gold surfaces. This is the only O-mint type 2 and only 55,000 coins were struck of this issue.
The sole finest known example of this elusive issue from an original mintage of only 1,460 coins. This stunning specimen is well struck but shows the characteristic weakness at the U of UNITED and the 5 of the date. Satiny, clean surfaces are aglow with bright luster and ideal warm yellow-golden color. An incredibly preserved survivor worthy of the discerning branch mint collector. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Scarce Dahlonega mint issue from a low mintage of only 3,533 coins struck. NGC has graded only two examples finer. This rare Mint State example saw outstanding preservation. Bright lemon-gold surfaces are lustrous and display an above average strike for the issue. Excellent eye appeal!
Gorgeous, wheat gold surfaces glow with satiny brilliance and are exceedingly well-struck. The eye appeal is fantastic! CAC approved for quality.
A scarce Dahlonega issue gold dollar from a mintage of just 4,952 coins.
Flashy yellow-gold surfaces with pretty pink flashes in the center. An affordable mint state example. The Hansen Collection has a MS62 example for the date.
Pleasing example of this scarce S-mint from a low mintage of 13,000 coins.
Lustrous Civil War era gold dollar. CAC approved for quality.
PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality.
Civil War-era type coin.
Spectacular gem example that exhibits sharp details and frosty mint luster. Early type 3 gold dollar. Only 7,100 coins struck and tougher to find than one would expect. The Hansen Collections' primary registry set holds a MS67 and a MS67+ example!
A very scarce gold dollar from a minor mintage of just 5,200 coins, out of which only 166 have been encapsulated by both grading companies.
An extremely underrated date from a mintage of just 10,500 pieces. CAC approved for quality.
Satiny surfaces with stunning eye appeal. One of our favorite sleeper dates in the series with a mintage of just 3,900 pieces. The Hansen collection houses one of the finest MS68 examples as well as a MS67 in the second set.
Scarce Prooflike G$1. Only 6 coins have been attributed.
Type 3 gold dollar type coin with gorgeous luster. An attractive red mark is noticeable near 3 o'clock on the obverse accounting for the originality of the copper composition. The primary collection holds one of the finest for the date a MS68!
Satiny lustrous surfaces give off subtle prooflike reflectivity. Bright golden-orange coloration and sharply struck devices make for incredible eye appeal.
Wonderful gem! Razor sharp strike highlighted by bright tangerine toning and flashy luster throughout. High end eye appeal! PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade. CAC approved for quality. One of the finest known examples for the date, a MS68, is displayed in the Hansen Collection number one set.
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