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Classic U.S. Gold

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    1840-1907 Cornet Liberty $2 1/2 Gold Certified MS-62

    Only 12.2 million of the $2 ½ Coronet Liberty quarter eagle gold coins were struck over seven decades. That’s vastly fewer than the Liberty gold coins of the same period — and even lower than the very short-lived 1849-1854 Coronet...

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    1852-1875 Fractional Round Half Dollar Gold, NCS Certified Genuine

    1852-1875 Fractional Round Half Dollar Gold NCS Certified Genuine

    During the early years of the California Gold Rush, commerce was often based on payment with gold dust as coinage was limited. In response, jewelers privately minted many small denomination gold pieces, both octagonal and round in shape dated between...

    Was: $595.00
    Now: $475.00
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    1908-1929 Indian Head $2 1/2 Gold Certified MS-62

    With just 7.3 million struck, Indian Head $2 ½ gold pieces had the lowest total mintage of any circulation U.S. gold coin of the past century. After the series' retirement, the U.S. Mint never again struck a $2 ½ gold coin for commerce...

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  • U.S. 1856-1889 Gold Dollar Type III Extra Fine

    1856-1889 Indian Head $1 Gold Type III Extra Fine

    Over a hundred times as many Morgan silver dollars were struck for commerce. Depicting an Indian princess (representing Liberty) with fancy headdress, this elegant scarcity was the last of the U.S. Mint's smallest-ever coin. Liberty was enlarged from the...

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    U.S. 1849-1854 Coronet Liberty Gold Dollar Type I Extra Fine

    1849-1854 Coronet Liberty $1 Gold Type I Extra Fine

    America's smallest coin, the gold dollar emerged in the year of the California Gold Rush. Relatively few were struck: only one of this short-lived first type was issued for every 50 later Morgan silver dollars. The Liberty personification is crowned with...

    Was: $395.00
    Now: $325.00
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    U.S. 1840-1899 $2 1/2 Liberty Extra Fine

    1840-1899 Coronet Liberty $2 1/2 Gold Extra Fine

    Only 12.2 million of these classic gold coins were struck over seven decades. That's vastly fewer than the higher denomination U.S. gold coins of the same period. And today expert opinion holds that as little as 1% of original Coronet Liberty gold...

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    U.S. $10 Coronet Liberty Gold Extra Fine

    1838-1907 Coronet Liberty $10 Gold Extra Fine

    When introduced in 1838, this magnificent classic was Americas largest gold coin. The same splendid "crowned" Liberty personification and eagle with shield continued to be issued through the Gold Rush, Civil War and Wild West periods, right into the 20th...

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  • U.S. 1849-1899 Coronet Liberty $20 Gold Extra Fine

    1849-1899 Coronet Liberty $20 Gold Extra Fine

    Born of the 1849 Gold Rush, this first U.S. $20 gold double eagle was the queen of American coinage, containing a full 33.436 grams of .900 gold (.96750 oz. of pure gold). Most Americans of the time never held one, because it represented most of a...

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