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. Nice and original AU with pleasing orange-gold patina that reveals strong underlying luster.
An impressive condition rarity! The first year of issue for gold dollars at the Dahlonega mint, the issue is also the most available in high grades. Struck during the big gold rush year of 1849, this issue comes from the North Georgia 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. PCGS has graded only five examples finer!
Better New Orleans issue from a mintage of 215,000 coins only a handful of examples have been graded finer than this high-end gem! Rich honey-gold surfaces are incredibly lustrous and offer sharp detail with excellent eye appeal!
Scarce and desirable low mintage Charlotte issue. Only 6,966 coins struck.
The 1850-D Type One gold dollar is an underrated issue hailing from a small mintage of just 8,382 pieces. This charming AU retains traces of original mint luster and pleasing details for the date and grade.
Bright yellow-gold surfaces and bold details adorn both sides of this handsome AU. Popular Charlotte-issue gold piece from a mintage of just 41,267 coins.
A popular Charlotte-issue gold piece from a mintage of just 41,267 coins. Bright yellow-gold surfaces and bold detail.
Popular Charlotte-issue gold piece from a mintage of just 41,267 coins. Lovely lemon-gold surfaces showcase bold detail and bright luster.
A rare Mint State survivor in choice condition! From a mintage of just 9,882 coins, it is tied with two others at PCGS as the finest graded, with only a single piece graded higher at NGC. A later die state example as evidenced by the heavy radial die crack from the I in AMERICA. The surfaces radiate glowing luster and are uniformly colored an ideal warm medium-gold. The striking detail is impressively sharp though the LLA in DOLLAR and the 5 in the date are softly defined as usual. Overall the eye appeal is wonderful and sure to please the discerning Southern gold connoisseur.
Fantastic near Mint State example! This boldly detailed slider features distraction free surfaces that retain nice traces of original luster and pleasing yellow-golden coloration.
Gorgeous AU example of this very desirable Dahlonega, Georgia Mint issue. Just 6,360 coins struck of this key issue. Lustrous lemon-gold surfaces retain bold detail and offer fantastic eye appeal!
A rare uncirculated survivor of this very desirable Dahlonega, Georgia Mint issue, just 6,360 coins were struck. Clean, honey-golden toned surfaces displays delightfully bold details and offer strong eye appeal.
Nice affordable New Orleans mint issue
Wonderful circulation survivor from an extremely low mintage of just 2,935, this Dahlonega issue is quite difficult to locate for even the most advanced collectors. Well-struck surfaces glow with strong luster beneath rich patina of warm golden-orange color. Great eye appeal! An ideal piece for the Southern Gold connoisseur.
Scarce type 2.
Rich golden-orange toned example of this scarce type 2.
Select example of this scarce type 2.
Handsome AU survivor from a mintage of just 9,803 from the popular Charlotte Mint.
A key date in the Dahlonega gold series, it is the only type two gold dollar produced at the tiny North Georgia mint. Plenty of luster remains with a nice strike for the date.
This is the only O-mint type 2 and only 55,000 coins were struck of this issue.
First year of type 3 gold dollar design.
Hailing from a tiny original mintage of just 1,460 pieces, the 1856-D is a leading rarity in the Dahlonega Mint gold dollar series. The bright, wheat-gold surfaces are well-defined despite being weakly struck as is typical of the issue. The eye appeal is quite strong considering the grade level and is enhanced by the absence of all but light wear evidence of its brief time in circulation.
Outstanding Mint State survivor of this low mintage Charlotte issue. Only 13,280 pieces were produced with less than 10 pieces have been graded finer between both services. An issue notorious for poor striking and planchet quality, this rare uncirculated survivor boasts strong luster and boldly defined details, and beautiful medium-gold coloration throughout. CWL Special $9,200 - Normally $10,000!
An affordable mint state example from a mintage of 4,952 pieces. One of only a few dozen uncirculated survivors from the fabled Dahlonega facility! A boldly struck example for the issue with softness limited to the 5 in the date. Glowing luster radiates from both sides and a uniform orange-golden color evenly coats the fields.
Pleasing example of this scarce S-mint from a low mintage of 13,000 coins.
Civil War era.
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