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1849 G$1 No L NGC MS65 (CAC)

1849 G$1 No L NGC MS65 (CAC)

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NGC Cert #235017006cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 27/24 Higher: 9/17
CAC Population/ Higher: 4/0

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1849 G$1 No L PCGS MS64 (CAC)

1849 G$1 No L PCGS MS64 (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #06668627 cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 63/77 – 38 Higher

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1849 G$1 Open Wreath PCGS MS66 (CAC)

1849 G$1 Open Wreath PCGS MS66 (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #6580402cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 13/3 Higher: 1/0
CAC Population/Higher: 1/1

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1851-O G$1 NGC MS65+ (CAC)

1851-O G$1 NGC MS65+ (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #3767974-001cac

NGC Population: 34 Higher: 1
CAC Population/Higher: 5/2

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1852 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

1852 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

The Type I Gold dollar was the smallest U.S. coin minted with a diameter of 13 mm. It was not met with great public approval because of its size and later was changed. When the change was made they melted the Type I gold dollars that had not been distributed. So even with the higher mintage of over 2 million, finding a gem, as you can see by the current population figures, is quite a feat. This coin is extremely well preserved. The luster is extreme and the devices are precise.

PCGS Cert #06719954 cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 42/74 – 20/28 Higher

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1852 G$1 PCGS MS66 (CAC)

1852 G$1 PCGS MS66 (CAC)

The Type I Gold dollar was the smallest U.S. coin minted with a diameter of 13 mm. It was not met with great public approval because of its size and later was changed. When the change was made they melted the Type I gold dollars that had not been distributed. So even with the higher mintage of over 2 million, finding a gem, as you can see by the current population figures, is quite a feat. This coin is extremely well preserved. The luster is extreme and the devices are precise.

PCGS Cert #06642431cac
PCGS / NGC Population: 15/19 Higher 5/9

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1852 G$1 PCGS MS67

1852 G$1 PCGS MS67

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PCGS Cert #25031435

PCGS Population: 2 Higher: 3
CAC Population/Higher: 1/1

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1853 G$1 PCGS MS64 (CAC)

1853 G$1 PCGS MS64 (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #18426734cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 575/803 Higher 163/245

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1853 G$1 PCGS MS64+ (CAC)

1853 G$1 PCGS MS64+ (CAC)

A gorgeous representative with no “buts” to contend with. Clean unmarked fields, devices that are perfectly struck and fantastic glowing golden color. This “+” 64 is nothing to pass over.

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PCGS Cert #25049624cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 18/7 Higher: 185/144
CAC Population/Higher: 69/39

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1853 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

1853 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

The Type I Gold dollar was the smallest U.S. coin minted with a diameter of 13 mm. It was not met with great public approval because of its size and later was changed. When the change was made they melted the Type I gold dollars that had not been distributed. So even with the higher mintage of over 4 million, finding a gem, as you can see by the current population figures, is quite a feat. This coin is extremely well preserved. The luster is extreme and the devices are precise.

PCGS Cert #5379343cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 26/57 Higher 10/10

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1853 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

1853 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

The Type I Gold dollar was the smallest U.S. coin minted with a diameter of 13 mm. It was not met with great public approval because of its size and later was changed. When the change was made they melted the Type I gold dollars that had not been distributed. So even with the higher mintage of over 4 million, finding a gem, as you can see by the current population figures, is quite a feat. This coin is extremely well preserved. The luster is extreme and the devices are precise.

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PCGS Cert #25057062cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 144/195 Higher: 41/51
CAC Population/Higher: 27/12

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1853-O G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

1853-O G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #5298333cac

PCGS Population: 4 Higher: 2
CAC Population/Higher: 3/1

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1854 G$1 Type I PCGS MS66 (CAC)

1854 G$1 Type I PCGS MS66 (CAC)

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PCGS Cert #24576072cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 12/10 Higher: 4/5
CAC Population/Higher: 3/1

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1854 G$1 Type II PCGS MS64 (CAC)

1854 G$1 Type II PCGS MS64 (CAC)

The Type ll gold dollars were struck using the metal from melted down Type l’s. And they themselves were used in the production of the Type lll’s to come. The melting of Type ll’s account for their scarcity today. GEM and near GEM examples are extremely difficult to find.
This piece has everything a collector could want. Outstanding luster, minimal marks, and phenominal eye appeal. Or, “Character”, as we like to think of it.

PCGS Cert #06678009 cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 206/148

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1855 G$1 PCGS MS61

1855 G$1 PCGS MS61

The Type II Gold Dollar was struck for only three years, changed because of its high relief of the portrait, causing clash marks and soft striking on the center of the date and denomination. This coin offered here, shows unique clash marks on both the obverse and reverse giving this coin character. Along with the die-clashing, more personality is added with superb golden surfaces and wonderful details that are often seen on higher grade examples.

PCGS Cert #24971791

PCGS / NGC Population: 191/568 Higher: 993/868
CAC Population/Higher: 13/78

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1855 G$1 PCGS MS66+ (CAC)

1855 G$1 PCGS MS66+ (CAC)

Gold Dollars in general were met with National acceptance and an alternative to the unredeemable private notes that inundated the country as the value of gold and silver fluctuated, but with the dimensions of the coinage from 1849 to 1854, the coins were easily lost and in came the Type II Gold Dollar. In August of 1854 a new, thinner but larger version of the coin immersed. Longacre redesigned the new sized coin and placed a feathered headdress on Liberty, one of the first along with the Three Dollar gold(although not Longacre’s intent) paying homage to the Native Americans. The issue was brief and the coin proved unsatisfactory from the beginning. Apparently Longacre had overestimated the coin presses that were in use, especially in the Southern Branch Mints, and inevitably most coins that were minted were weak on the central hair and some if not all the date blurry and illegible. Most of the coins wore down quickly and were taken out of circulation and sent to the Philadelphia mint for recoinage.

This Philadelphia Mint coin offered here is definitely one of the few quality survivors. If you look at the Headdress and central hair all is nicely defined. The date shows slight weakness, but is still very discernable. But take a look at the luster and coloring on this example, it is mind blowing. Gorgeous swirling luster illuminates the golden-orange color and creates a wonderful setting for this breathtaking design.

PCGS Cert #25063405cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 3/0 Higher: 4/3
CAC Population/Higher: 11/1

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1856 G$1 Upright 5 PCGS AU53

1856 G$1 Upright 5 PCGS AU53

A surprisingly elusive date even with the strong mintage of 1,762,936 and then divide that between the Upright 5 and Slanted 5 coins, this coin Upright 5 example is a toughie! Even at this AU level, there are only 10 coins with 131 finer! This example has plenty of luster and tons of life left and it is a whole lot of coin for such a small one!

PCGS Cert #26664651

PCGS / NGC Population: 10/11 Higher: 131/259
CAC Population/Higher: 0/11

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1856-S G$1 PCGS AU55

1856-S G$1 PCGS AU55

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PCGS Cert #21893802

PCGS / NGC Population: 26/45

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1858 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

1858 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

A surprisingly elusive date even with the strong mintage of 117,995 coins, but finding one above MS63 it becomes quite a chore. Only six coins have been graded at the gem level with 7 finer, and this coin can rival even the finest. This example is aglow with an orangey lustrous surface that is sure to delight.

PCGS Cert #03954990cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 6/4 Higher: 7/1
CAC Population/Higher: 4/3

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1858 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

1858 G$1 PCGS MS65 (CAC)

A surprisingly elusive date even with the strong mintage of 117,995 coins, but finding one above MS63 it becomes quite a chore. Only six coins have been graded at the gem level with 7 finer, and this coin can rival even the finest. This example is aglow with an orangey lustrous surface that is sure to delight.

PCGS Cert #03954990cac

PCGS / NGC Population: 6/4 Higher: 7/1
CAC Population/Higher: 2/3

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Contact Information

Numismatic Americana Incorporated
P.O. Box 608
Chester, NJ 07930

William Shamhart, Jr.
Phone: 1-908-962-1500
email: Bill@numismaticamericana.com

Notes on Our Next Show

Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo
Table 511
October 30-November 2, 2014
Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

If you have items to SELL please stop by our table and we will be happy to discuss purchasing them

We will also have many items with us for you to view. If you are looking for anything in particular, or have an interest in anything on our website, please email or give us a call, prior to the show and we will make sure we bring this item for you to view.

Thank you and we look forward to meeting you.

Show Schedule

Whitman Coin & Collectibles Expo
Table 511
October 30-November 2, 2014
Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD

Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum Coin Expo
November 8, 2014
Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum
Allentown, PA

58th Money Show of the Southwest
December 4-6, 2014
George R. Brown Convention Center
Houston, TX

FUN 60th Annual Convention
January 8-11, 2015
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL

National Money Show
March 5-7, 2015
Oregon Convention Center
Portland, OR

Central States Numismatic Society
April 22-25, 2015
Schaumburg Convention Center
Schaumburg, IL

Colorado Springs Coin Show
June 25-28, 2015
Freedom Financial Services Expo Center
Colorado Springs, CO