Charlotte Complete Type Set, Circulation Strikes (1838-1861)

Number of
Required Items
8
Current Finest
Possible Set Rating
63.735

The mint in Charlotte, North Carolina began operations in 1838 along with the mints at Dahlonega, Georgia and New Orleans, Louisiana. Like the Dahlonega mint, Charlotte struck only smaller gold coins, and suspended operations in 1861 with the advent of the Civil War. None of the Charlotte coins can really be called common, but the toughest coins in this small set will be the Type II $1 Gold coin struck in 1855 only, and the Classic Head Quarter and Half Eagles of the late 1830s with the mintmark shown above the date on the obverse.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted Set Rating User
1 Harry W. Bass 100.00% R 61.06 61.06
2 D. L. Hansen. Charlotte Type Set. (1838-1861) 2017 2018 2019 100.00% 58.94 58.94
D.
3 Louis Eliasberg 100.00% R 55.47 55.47
4 OverlandTrail 87.50% 54.79 45.12
5 J.J. Pittman 100.00% R 44.59 44.59

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Current Finest

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted Set Rating User
1 D. L. Hansen. Charlotte Type Set. (1838-1861) 2017 2018 2019 100.00% 58.94 58.94
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2 OverlandTrail 87.50% 54.79 45.12
3 The Apex Collection 2014 2015 2016 100.00% 41.88 41.88
4 The Malibu Collection of Charlotte Branch Mint First Year Type 50.00% 58.00 27.29
5 SMC Numismatics - The Cherokee County Collection 50.00% 50.63 23.82
6 Scott Gardener's Charlotte Set 37.50% 44.43 18.29
7 The Cumberland Valley Collection 37.50% 49.40 14.53
8 MADELINE 25.00% 53.67 09.47
9 SMC Numismatics - Charlotte Gold 12.50% 63.00 07.41
10 CSF 12.50% 50.00 05.88