Flashy light golden surfaces are well balanced with even wear with no individually significant abrasions. Choice example! An exciting opportunity for the advanced collector of Southern gold. The 1854-D is the only Dahlonega issue in the $3 gold series. From a scant mintage of 1,120 coins very few survive in high grade.
The 1909-O is by far the lowest mintage coin in the series with only 34,200 struck. It is also quite popular as the only New Orleans issue in the entire set. A great issue that is always sought after, and this example is CAC approved for quality. This piece has undoubtedly original surfaces and is a great, lightly circulated specimen.
Beautifully preserved mint state example. Both sides are evenly worn with plenty of luster and semi-reflective fields especially flashy on the reverse. Scarce P-mint with a tiny mintage of 10,630 coins! The Hansen Collection possess a MS61PL example for the date.