First year of issue.
A great, early gold dollar, struck during the big gold rush year of 1849, but this one comes from the Georgia mint of Dahlonega.
Better New Orleans issue from a mintage of 215,000 coins.
Frosty gem example of this popular type one gold dollar. CAC approved for quality.
Popular O-mint gold dollar. Mintage of just 290,000 coins struck.
Very desirable Dahlonega, Georgia Mint issue. Just 6,360 coins struck of this key issue.
CAC approved for quality.
Popular transition year for the gold dollar as it's the last issue of the Type 1 size and design. CAC approved for quality.
Scarce type 2.
Scarce Gold Dollar that has a very low original mintage of just 9,803 from the popular Charlotte Mint.
This is the only O-mint type 2 and only 55,000 coins were struck of this issue.
This is the only O-mint type 2 and only 55,000 coins were struck of this issue. Frosty surfaces with fantastic overall luster.
A lovely orange-peel toned Charlotte issue from a mintage of just 13,280 pieces.
Civil War-era type coin. Satiny luster with nice eye appeal.
Civil War-era type coin. CAC approved for quality.
A very low mintage of just 5,900 pieces!
A very scarce date from a mintage of just 3,500 pieces. Frosty and lustrous, this piece is quite attractive for the grade!
Very scarce variety, the closed 3 is not to be confused with it's common-date Open 3 cousin. Only 1,800 examples of this variety are reportedly struck. Very scarce and underrated.
One of only 3,200 examples struck of this issue. Frosty, lustrous golden surfaces. PCGS+ grade for premium quality at the top of end of the assigned grade.
Low mintage date of just 11,156 coins struck! Frosty and lustrous, nearly Gem. CAC approved for quality.
Gorgeous, registry quality gold dollar with amazing eye appeal.
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