US Coins  :  Gold Coinage  :  $5 Liberty Gold

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    1839 $5 PCGS MS61

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    Next Bid: $12,250.00
    Closes: 3D 37M

    Popular first-year of Liberty head design. In fact, the head-type is different from subsequent years adding to its desirability. A great grade to cost effectively get into this date without sacrificing eye appeal! Satiny warm golden toned surfaces are boldly detailed and have been wonderfully preserved.

    Scarce Charlotte Issue

    1842-C $5 PCGS XF40 (Small Date)

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    Next Bid: $16,000.00
    Closes: 3D 37M

    Lustrous, lightly marked surfaces and with original, golden-yellow color. Moderate high-point friction is present, although the coin retains wonderful detail. Incredibly scarce Charlotte issue from a low mintage of just 4,595 coins with sharp details for the assigned grade.


    1843 $5 PCGS MS61


    Glowing luster lights up the beautifully yellow-gold fields and helps to highlight the crisp striking detail. Outstanding eye appeal considering the grade level.

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    1857-S $5 PCGS MS62 ex: Bass


    One of six issues of the date offered in the original 1998 Bass sale, this coin was the finest certified by PCGS and is still housed in the original holder. With additional examples having been located from the SS Central America, there are theoretically 7 graded finer. However, those coins have been processed as sea salvage, leaving this piece being considered as likely the finest truly original example of the date.

    Scarce Charlotte Issue

    1860-C $5 NGC AU58


    The penultimate year of minting coinage in Charlotte, this near uncirculated piece is brightly lustrous with strong overall eye appeal for the grade level as well as the issue. A scarce issue from a mintage of just 14,813 pieces.