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.
Dazzling example with bold cameo contrast. Sharply struck design elements are frosty and orange-gold mirrors flash with nice reflectivity. Outstanding eye appeal! The primary coin from the Hansen Collection number one set is a PR67CAM example.
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.
Nice and affordable mint state example. Solid details for the grade with no individually significant abrasions. The primary set contains a MS65 example for the date.
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.
The wire-edge Ten is considered by many collectors to be one of the most desirable coins in the series. Only 500 coins were struck according to mint records and pleasing examples like this one are highly desirable. Bright, golden-orange surfaces with light marks of circulation, this is an interesting example for the date as the large majority of these coins were preserved in higher grades, making this a unique opportunity to acquire a high-quality, but affordable example. CAC approved for quality.