Two and a Half Dollar Gold Coins were made from 1796 to 1929 with several different types as follows: --- Capped Bust to Right from 1796 to 1807 --- Capped Bust to Left in 1808 --- Capped Head to Left, large diameter from 1821 to 1827 --- Capped Head to Left, reduced diameter from1829 to 1834 --- Classic Head from 1834 to 1839 --- Liberty Head from 1849 to 1907 --- Indian Head from 1908 to 1929.
Lots of rare dates exist with all the early coins, before 1834, bringing thousands of dollars in even well worn conditions. Two and a Half Dollar Gold Coins are an exciting segment of the U.S. Gold market!
#207347: An attractive, well struck, borderline uncirculated example of this early Classic Head type.
#207557: PCGS Secure holder. Flashy bright yellow-gold luster on this attrcative, well struck coin that just misses the mark for mint state. Only 45,080 minted, one tenth the mintage of the previous year.
#207707: Well detailed for a Dahlonega Mint gold coin and flashy for the grade. Just 17,332 minted.
#203123: A pleasing example of this scarce date. Only 19,460 minted.
#204100: Very well struck with yellow-gold luster that shows a hint of delicate green. Only 15,784 minted.
#206562: Though not the famous CAL variety, the regular 1848 $2 1/2 is a rarity in its own right with a mintage of just 6,500 pieces. This example is well struck with nice peach-gold luster. Scattered marks define the grade but they are relatively minor leaving this beauty with very nice eye appeal. Only 4 graded higher at PCGS.
#203647: "AU details, improperly cleaned." Excellent detail and light cleaning that doesn't detract from the nice appearance of this rare coin. Only 13,771 minted.
#202967: Nice strike with clean surfaces and a trace of mint luster. Only 9,148 minted.
#135196: Just a trace of wear on this nearly mint state New Orleans mint gold piece.
#203614: "Unc. details, improperly cleaned." A very scarce date with just 9,772 minted. Only 9 coins graded mint state at NGC and 5 at PCGS. And some of these are probably the same coins being re-graded or crossed over! With a PCGS or NGC-60 coin having a value of $12,000.+, this very attractive, lightly cleaned, uncirculated '52-C should be an excellent value at our asking price!
#135021: Considerable luster remains on this popular 'O' mint gold coin.
#129618: Nice satiny luster and a solid strike. Premium quality for the grade.
#202955: A very scarce date with a mintage of just 3,677. This example has nice color with a trace of luster. The obverse is well struck and the reverse is typical for the date with some weakness on the lower half of the eagle. Fewer than 150 graded at PCGS and NGC combined and that number certainly includes duplicate submissions. A rare coin in desirable condition!
#205868: Very pleasing with considerable yellow-gold luster. A very tough date with a mere 21,000 coins minted.
#202968: Well struck with a trace of mint luster. Only 9,056 minted.