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.
Blazing yellow-gold luster over fantastic surfaces that are nearly pristine. The strike is very sharp and the eye appeal is outstanding. The best to grade at PCGS are 67+.
CAC. Remarkably well preserved with blazing mint luster and a needle-sharp strike. The surfaces are nearly perfect and the eye appeal is outstanding. Only 3 have graded higher at PCGS.
CAC. 17,500 business strikes minted, but just 100 proofs! They were distributed to government officials and officials at the LA. Purchase Expo - not collectors. Thus many were mishandled and even lost. This example is well preserved with deeply reflective orange-gold fields and frosted yellow-gold design features. A beautiful coin and a true rarity!
An amazing coin with blazing butter-gold luster and a sharp strike. The surfaces are exceptional with super eye appeal and no significant marks. Just 2 have graded numerically higher at PCGS from a mintage of 10,025.
CAC. A lustrous blend of apricot, lemon, and sea-green tints provide excellent eye appeal to brilliant surfaces.
Sharply struck with bright sunshine gold luster that gives this coin wonderful eye appeal.
Beautiful apricot-gold luster glistens upon sharply struck satiny surfaces. Only 10,041 pieces were minted with this being a highly desirable grade level.
A fantastic Premium Gem with beautiful bright lustrous surfaces and a sharp strike. The eye appeal is outstanding!
Beautifully frosted surfaces blend yellow, orange, and green pastels into fantastic eye appeal. Only three 67+ coins have graded finer at NGC.
CAC. Round. Exceptionally nice for the grade with rich luster and a sharp strike. The surfaces are very attractive with no significant marks to distract from the excellent eye appeal. Just 483 minted with just 4 MS-62 coins receiving CAC approval.
CAC. Octagonal. Outstanding for the grade with satiny luster over pleasing surfaces that offer eye appeal that far exceeds the technical grade. Only 645 minted and just 7 MS-62 coins have received CAC approval.
CAC. Flashy bright gold luster and very high-end for the grade.
CAC. Rich lustrous surfaces and a sharp strike with no significant marks.
CAC. Well struck with rich satiny luster and pleasing surfaces. A scarce issue with just 6,749 struck.
CAC. Rich yellow-gold luster over very attractive original surfaces.
CAC. Sharply struck with beautiful surfaces that display thick satiny mint luster.
CAC. Gorgeous apricot-gold luster over nearly perfect silky smooth surfaces. Super quality!
Absolutely stunning surfaces with booming mint luster that has a nice orange tint. The strike is sharp on a coin that sits on the brink of perfection!
Mark-free surfaces and a sharp strike with flashy gold luster.