US Coins  :  Gold Coinage  :  $5 Liberty Gold

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    Better Date

    1839 $5 PCGS MS61


    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.

    Underrated Date

    1840 $5 NGC MS60


    One of our favorite dates in the series owing to the fact that the 1839-40 issues have a slightly different design. Warm honey-gold coloration and nice luster shine from both sides of this distraction free Mint State survivor.

    Scarce Charlotte Issue

    1842-C $5 PCGS XF40 (Small Date)


    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.

    Rare Repunched Mintmark Variety

    1848-D/D $5 PCGS AU50 (RPM FS-501)


    PCGS #511598. Dahlonega repunched mint marks are rare, the only other half eagle date is the more common 1846-D over D. NGC has attributed only one 1848-D/D and 142 1846-D/D, where PCGS has attributed two 1848-D/D and 1846-D/D. The original D mintmark was punched too low and to the left. It was mostly effaced, and a new mintmark was placed higher and to the right though the remnants of the original mint mark are still visible on the present example. Pretty reddish-gold color and solid details adorn the glowing surfaces.