Five Dollar Gold Coins or Half Eagles were made from 1795 to 1929. Several different types were made as follows: --- Capped Bust to Right, Small Eagle from 1795 to 1798 --- Capped Bust to Right, Heraldic Eagle from 1795 to 1807 --- Capped Bust to Left from 1807 to 1812 --- Capped Head to Left, Large Diameter from 1813 to 1829 --- Capped Head to Left, Reduced Diameter from 1829 to 1834 --- Classic Head from 1834 to 1838 --- Liberty Head from 1839 to 1908 --- Indian Head from 1908 to 1929.
As you can see, Five Dollar Gold Coins had a very long life. They were made at all the operating mints of the time. Many rare and scarce Five Dollar Gold Coin dates exist.
A sharp and even strike with very attractive semi proof-like fields. Pleasing straw-gold luster is only interrupted on the highest points of the design by the barest touch of 'friction'. The eye appeal is excellent! Just 37,628 minted.
Round 6, 7x6 Stars. Well detailed and attractive with nice yellow-gold luster. Free from any significant abrasions as well as mint-made adjustment marks which are often seen on this issue. A very desirable early 'FIVE'.
Well struck with frosty mint luster and pleasing orange-gold surfaces. Interesting die clashing on both sides.
A nice flashy Classic 'Five' with frosty yellow-gold luster. The strike is very sharp and the surfaces are attractive and semi proof-like.
A modest mintage of 137,382 and a tough find in any grade.
Strong detail with a touch of luster remaining.
A pleasing example of this better date $5 Liberty from the short-lived Dahlonega Mint.
CAC. Well struck on a problem-free planchet with crisp yellow-gold luster. Strong eye appeal and exceptionally nice for the grade.
138,070 minted, yet a date we seldom see!
A seldom-seen 'No Motto' with a mintage of 117,098.
Nearly mint state with lustrous surfaces and strong detail.
Well struck with extremely flashy bright yellow-gold luster and strong eye appeal. 197,990 minted with few high grade survivors. Only 4 have graded finer at PCGS.