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    Struck the Year of the Gold Rush

    1849-D G$1 PCGS MS63

    $15,750.00
     

    An impressive condition rarity! This fantastic early gold dollar was struck during the big gold rush year of 1849, at the Dahlonega 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. The eye appeal is wonderful!


    Gold Rush Year

    1849-O G$1 NGC MS65+

    $15,000.00
     

    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!


    Key Dahlonega Gold Dollar

    1853-D G$1 PCGS MS62

    $14,000.00
     

    Gorgeous mint state example of this desirable Dahlonega gold issue from a tiny mintage of only 6,583 coins struck. Lemon-golden surfaces are brightly lustrous and well-struck with ample eye appeal for the grade level as well as the issue.


    Scarce Type 2 Variety

    1854 G$1 PCGS/CAC MS65+ (Type 2)

    $33,000.00
     

    Scarce type 2. gold dollar. The special thing about this gem type coin is not only that it's scarce in such high grade, but there is no evidence of die clashing whatsoever on this piece. Estimates range from 10-15% of the coins produced at this period to be free of such obstructions and this coin is the first we have handled with this appearance in years. CAC approved for quality. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.


    Rare Confederate States of America Striking

    1861-D G$1 PCGS F12 ex: D.L. Hansen

    Next Bid: $28,150.00
    Closes: 7D 16H

    The 1861-D is a famous numismatic rarity. Other than the super-rare (and largely uncollectible) 1849-C Open Wreath gold dollar, this is the scarcest coin in the entire series. Serious numismatists and Confederate historians agree that the real claim to fame for this issue lies in the fact that it is the only official U.S. coin to be struck under Confederate control. The rebel forces seized the mint in Dahlonega, Georgia in early 1861 and struck approximately 1,000 specimens, but experts believe that fewer than 75 coins exist today. This particular example is a wholesome Fine 12 with a pleasant among of detail and lovely rich sunny golden color. Most examples of this date appear in AU grades, making an "affordable" issue somewhat of an unusual find. The number one set possesses the finest known PCGS MS64+ example from the Simpson Collection.


    Frosty Gem

    1866 G$1 PCGS MS65 ex: D.L. Hansen

    $4,600.00
     

    Spectacular gem example that exhibits sharp details and frosty mint luster. Early type 3 gold dollar. Only 7,100 coins struck and tougher to find than one would expect. The Hansen Collections' primary registry set holds a MS67 and a MS67+ example!


    Beautiful!

    1874 G$1 PCGS MS67 ex: D.L. Hansen

    $3,630.00
     

    Type 3 gold dollar type coin with gorgeous luster. An attractive red mark is noticeable near 3 o'clock on the obverse accounting for the originality of the copper composition. The primary collection holds one of the finest for the date a MS68!