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Coins Certified as of 6/29

1851 Mint Set with Gold

Number of Required Coins : 29

Current Finest Possible Set Rating : 66.264

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The Three Cent Silver piece made its debut this year, the first new non-gold denomination since 1796. They are not scarce. However the 1851 Silver Dollar is tough, with a small mintage of only 1300 coins. Due to the high price of silver, nearly all the mint's output of dollar coins this year was struck in gold. The 1851-O Quarter is a condition rarity, with only one piece graded higher than MS-62 by PCGS. 1851 gold coinage would continue a pattern begun the previous year. The lower denomination coins ($1 through $5) struck at the Charlotte and Dahlonega mints are all tough, and the higher denomination coins ($10 and $20) struck in New Orleans would be the keys to the set. Nearly all the gold coins struck in Philadelphia during the early and mid 1850s are fairly common for the issue.

Notes: This set has bonuses. Please see the Set Composition for a listing.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)View PCGS Era
RankCollection% CompleteGPA WeightedGPA with Top Pop BonusesSet Rating
1 J.J. Pittman Click to view Set Images 100.00%43.34
Retired All-Time Finest
Rank 1
Weighted GPA 43.413
% Complete 100.00%
Set Rating 43.413
43.41
43.41
2 The Norweb Family 89.66%44.61
Retired All-Time Finest
Rank 2
Weighted GPA 44.615
% Complete 89.66%
Set Rating 41.183
44.61
41.18
3 StielCollection Click to Contact Owner 34.48%56.39 56.39 17.89
4 lostmountainman Click to view Set Images 27.59%48.88 48.88 06.11
5 jaenfield Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 17.24%55.00 55.00 02.64
Current Finest
RankCollection% CompleteGPA WeightedGPA with Top Pop BonusesSet Rating
1 StielCollection Click to Contact Owner 34.48%56.39 56.39 17.89
2 lostmountainman Click to view Set Images 27.59%48.88 48.88 06.11
3 jaenfield Click to Contact OwnerClick to view Set Images 17.24%55.00 55.00 02.64