PCGS Set Registry®
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|Image||Item||PCGS #||Date||Denom||Grade||PCGS # Pop||PCGS # Pop Higher||Pop||Pop Higher||Comments|
|Gold Dollar, Type 1 (1849-1854)||7514||1851-C||G$1||AU58||46||75||3833||12403||
The California Gold rush and private minters like the Betchler's pressured Congress to adopt a new denomination, the gold dollar. The gold dollar was first produced in 1849 at all four mints, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Dahlonega, and Charlotte. This coin minted at the Charlotte Mint has beautiful golden toning and nice strike.
|Gold Dollar, Type 2 (1854-1856)||7535||1855-O||G$1||AU55||82||85||1444||3899||
The most available Type II branch mint dollar. It is also the best made of the branch issues with good strikes and detail with exception to the 8 in the date. This particular specimen has a nice strike and detail with a strong date. Some slight reflective areas also are evident. The Type II design was abandoned after less than three years of use due to poor strikes. Most of the coins' dates wore off rapidly and were sent to the mint for melting resulting in very few coins remaining.
|Gold Dollar, Type 3 (1856-1889)||7573||1873||G$1||MS64||225||76||3302||4123||
|Liberty $2-1/2 (1840-1907)||7784||1857-O||$2.50||AU55||37||53||3660||55674||
|Indian $2-1/2 (1908-1929)||7947||1914-D||$2.50||MS63||1225||984||27781||24364||
|Indian Princess $3 (1854-1889)||7969||1854||$3||AU55||813||1272||3472||12119||
|Liberty $5 (1839-1908)||8394||1897||$5||MS63||359||229||25718||15550||
|Indian Head $5 (1908-1929)||8511||1908-D||$5||MS63||1386||447||21608||9808||
Ex Bass. Yellow gold with golden copperery accents. Luster somewhat subdued as usually seen with this issue
|Liberty $10 (1866-1907)||8709||1886-S||$10||MS63||302||32||29814||13304||
|Indian $10 (1907-1933)||8866||1910-D||$10||MS64||727||169||18644||4570||
|Liberty $20 (1850-1907)||70000||1857-S||$20||MS64||1088||772||57745||10413||
The loss of California gold with the sinking of the S.S. Central America in part caused the panic of '57. A mint-made die line through the lower left shield border lends the Spiked Shield nickname. Well struck and lustrous with a splendid reverse and a carefully preserved obverse. This lot is accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity S.S.C.A. #2153, signed by Tommy Thompson of the Columbus-America Discovery Group. Also included is the presentation box and faux book of issue, the latter inscribed to the Jayne Family.(#70000) (Registry values: P2)
|St. Gaudens $20 (1907-1933)||9158||1911-D||$20||MS65||2097||607||136668||37416||