Early Gold Commemoratives were made from 1903 to 1926. There is one dollar, two and a half dollar, and even two fifty dollars coins in this series.
Several of these coins, despite sporting fairly low mintages, are amazingly affordable, even in top condition.
#203697: Velvety gold luster and excellent eye appeal. 64 is a very conservative grade!
#204938: Intense orange-gold luster with a needle sharp strike and superb eye appeal.
#130254: Superb with blazing luster and incredible eye appeal!
#137175: Booming orange-gold luster and remarkably clean surfaces.
#135065: Fantastic quality. Orange peel-gold with a light green hue and a superior strike.
#203699: A beautiful fully struck, boldly lustrous gem. Only 15,000 minted.
#135049: Very pleasing with creamy mint luster and a solid strike. Truly scarce in any grade as the mintage was a scant 6749 pieces.
#131426: A gorgeous coin on the brink of MS-65!
#136894: Very attractive with crisp luster and a nice slight orange-green tint.
#135188: This magnificent design was the collaboration of two of our most famous mint engravers; Charles Barber and George Morgan. Just 6,749 were minted and this one has survived in superb shape! Well struck with flashy gold luster with a faint green hue.
#135595: Superb semi proof-like surfaces and just fantastic quality!