U.S. Gold Complete Date Set, Circulation Strikes (1795-1933)

Number of
Required Items
474
Current Finest
Possible Set Rating
64.547

Imagine owning one gold coin from every date of every denomination produced by the U.S. Mint. What a treasure that would be. What a comfort that would be, knowing that your money is tied up in glittering gold coins – an historic store of value. Imagine chasing down each coin, one by one, then adding it to your growing collection. For most years, you have the option of selecting a more common coin over a scarce coin. That’s a good thing, because you’ll need the savings to go after the big “whales” in this collection – the 1822 Half Eagle, the 1886 Double Eagle, and the 1921 Double Eagle. However, even if you never own those treasures, you’ll still have built a collection of incredible substance and value.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted Set Rating User
1 D. L. Hansen U.S. Gold Date Set (1795-1933) 2017 2018 2019 UPDATED 99.58% 62.57 61.81
D.
2 Harry W. Bass 94.51% R 61.87 57.61
3 Louis Eliasberg 98.52% R 58.46 56.68
4 The Norweb Family 90.72% R 51.63 46.23
5 kmbergene 42.83% 51.88 20.05

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Current Finest

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted Set Rating User
1 D. L. Hansen U.S. Gold Date Set (1795-1933) 2017 2018 2019 UPDATED 99.58% 62.57 61.81
D.
2 kmbergene 42.83% 51.88 20.05
3 Hansin Collection 1795/1933 Complete US Gold Circulation Date Set 24.26% 58.38 13.36
4 GregM 11.81% 57.81 05.08
5 StielCollection 8.65% 57.62 04.81
6 CSF 12.66% 60.49 03.95
7 StielCollection (2) 2.53% 58.30 01.42
8 Numerius Negidius 0.63% 31.00 00.13