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Liberties and Indians - 185th

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About This Set: Not Cowboys! This 12-piece PCGS Gold Type Set category serves as a platform for a slightly more streamlined effort mentioned above. I am not a fan of the type-I Indian Princess(1856)$1 design and the $3(type-II Indian Princess) is simply too expensive for a modest budget. But the remaining 10 pieces create a smartly thematic presentation. Along with the registry will come an eventual display of these coins in two rows of five. The top row, the Longacre Liberty(1907) $1 and $20 flanking the 3 Gobrecht Liberty(1908) denominations. Immediately below in increasing, matching denominations we will see the Longacre type II Indian Princess(1889) dollar, a triumph of design which the mint finally got right, the two Pratt Indians(1929), the lovely St. Gaudens $10 Indian(1933), and finally his $20 Liberty(1933). Some may argue that St. Gaudens should've designed an Indian for the Double Eagle and then in this way I would have two distinct rows. This eventual 10-piece set will have 3 distinct designs each, of Liberty and Indian; coincidentally, the last 6(3-Liberty, 3-Indian) designs of our U.S. Gold coinage(see last date design minted in parentheses). Curiously the layout is identical to the offerings of the Dansco 7070 gold page!

Liberties and Indians

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
Gold Dollar, Type 1 (1849-1854) G$1
Gold Dollar, Type 2 (1854-1856) G$1
Gold Dollar, Type 3 (1856-1889) 7575 1874 G$1 MS62 910 1734 409011547
a fabulous piece: tons of luster, tons of metal flow, both around the obverse portrait and all over the middle of the reverse. warm oozing gold color!
Liberty $2-1/2 (1840-1907) $2.50
Indian $2-1/2 (1908-1929) 7950 1926 $2.50 AU58 946 12071 1427598351
beautiful, unmessed-with warm gold surfaces. a 58 that looks like an unc! wonderful luster on the obverse which is not common. notice the luster band coming down diagonally on the headdress feathers: this is caused by the metal flow induced by the reverse eagle's back feathers. a PQ58 here!
Indian Princess $3 (1854-1889) $3
Liberty $5 (1839-1908) $5
Indian Head $5 (1908-1929) $5
Liberty $10 (1866-1907) $10
Indian $10 (1907-1933) 8868 1911 $10 AU58 1294 7264 13802143744
my first ASG designed coin! perfect original super slider with just the slightest bit of rub on the cheek. The perfect choice for type-grade-cost.
Liberty $20 (1850-1907) $20
St. Gaudens $20 (1907-1933) $20