One Dollar Gold Coins were made from1849 to 1889. They were minted in Philadelphia, Charlotte, Dahlonega, New Orleans, and San Francisco.
Three different types of One Dollar Gold Coins were made: --- Type One or Liberty Head from 1849 to 1854 --- Type Two or Small Indian Princess Head from 1854 to 1856 --- Type Three or Large Indian Princess Head from 1856 to 1889.
Quite a few scarce and rare dates challenge collectors in the One Dollar Gold Coin series.
CAC. Open Wreath. Well struck with flashy mint luster. A pleasing example from the first year gold dollars were produced.
The scarcest New Orleans mint gold dollar with just 14,000 pieces struck. This example offers an extremely sharp strike with an absence of major abrasions and rich yellow-gold luster. Only 10 have graded higher at PCGS with a pair of MS-64 coins being the finest.
CAC. A spectacular Type-1 Gold Dollar with intense peach-gold luster and precise definition. The hair detail, stars and wreath are all razor sharp. Fantastic quality!
Well struck with flashy mint luster and nice clean surfaces.
Frosty gold luster and very nearly mint state.
Fiery orange-gold luster and a sharp strike with beautiful smooth orange peel surfaces. Perfect for a top quality gold type set.
Very well struck with flashy yellow-gold luster and strong eye appeal.
Well struck design elements with frosty green-gold luster and no significant abrasions. 290,000 struck making this the easiest to obtain 'O' mint gold dollar, yet still a scarcity at this high grade level.
Well struck with a rich gold patina and just a trace of 'rub'. Only 2,935 pieces minted with only 100 to 125 estimated survivors. A very desirable example of this scarce Dahlonega issue.
An attractive well struck example of this scarce date with subdued mint luster and original surfaces. The only New Orleans mint Type-2 Gold Dollar. Just 55,000 minted.
CAC. Vibrant orange-gold luster covers satiny smooth surfaces on this well struck gold dollar.
This date has a reputation as one of the most poorly produced in the series yet this example has a very pleasing appearance. The strike is solid , the planchet is defect-free, and the surfaces exhibit generous greenish-gold luster. Quite scarce with a mintage of just 13,280.
CAC. A very scarce issue with a tiny mintage of 3,533. This example has the typical central striking weakness and clash marks that are always present and displays remarkably fresh mint luster with just the barest touch of wear. An exciting and scarce Dahlonega Mint gold dollar.
CAC. Well struck with crisp mint luster. A tough date to find in mint state.
With just 10,000 minted, this is a scarce coin in any grade and a true rarity in mint state. This example is well struck with flashy yellow-gold luster. Only 3 have graded higher at PCGS and none at NGC.
Well struck with lovely peach-gold luster and nice satiny clean surfaces.
Very sharply struck with satiny mint luster. A popular Civil War date.
Well struck with a pleasing appearance and flashy yellow-gold surfaces. A tough date with a mintage of just 7,100 coins.
Well struck and very attractive with vibrant orange-gold luster. A scarce date with a mintage of just 6,300 coins.
CAC. Open 3. Sharply struck with extremely flashy orange-gold luster. Outstanding for the grade with excellent eye appeal.