San Francisco Gold Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1854-1930)

Number of
Required Items
225
Current Finest
Possible Set Rating
63.970
A complete collection of the 225 circulation strike gold coins of the San Francisco mint is not a collection you will be completing. The unique 1870-S $3 resides in the Harry Bass Foundation, and will likely remain there for the foreseeable future. Additionally, the incredibly rare 1854-S Half Eagle, of which three are known (and only two in private hands) has not traded in over 30 years. There will be a chance over the next couple of years when the Pogue collection is sold, but expect to pony up over $2 million if you expect to land this one. Not far behind is the 1854-S Quarter Eagle, with perhaps a dozen or so known. Certified examples span the gamut from Good-4 to AU-50 with none known in Mint State. With dozens of other tough coins, starting this set is a most ambitious undertaking.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 D. L. Hansen. San Francisco Gold Set (1854-1930) 2018 2019 UPDATED 99.11% 59.95 60.41 58.84
D.
2 Louis Eliasberg 100.00% 51.39 R 51.57 51.57
3 Dock of the Bay 13.78% 41.70 41.70 07.56
4 Hansin Collection 1854/1930 SF Basic Gold Circulation Set 15.11% 57.24 57.26 07.34
5 Numerius Negidius 0.44% 55.00 55.00 00.07

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Current Finest

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 D. L. Hansen. San Francisco Gold Set (1854-1930) 2018 2019 UPDATED 99.11% 59.95 60.41 58.84
D.
2 Dock of the Bay 13.78% 41.70 41.70 07.56
3 Hansin Collection 1854/1930 SF Basic Gold Circulation Set 15.11% 57.24 57.26 07.34
4 Numerius Negidius 0.44% 55.00 55.00 00.07
5 W.H. Pratt 0.44% 10.00 10.00 00.05
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