Indian Princess Head Three Dollar Gold Coins were made from 1854 to 1889. Most Three Dollar Gold Coins were made in Philadelphia.
The branch mints in Dahlonega, New Orleans, and San Francisco struck Three Dollar Gold Coins although coins from these mints are scarce!
Outstanding for the grade and issue with strong detail and surfaces that are much more attractive than typically seen. The only 'O' mint 'Three' with a mintage of just 24,000.
Solid detail with pleasing surfaces. Akers called the '55-S, "one of the rarest and certainly among the most unappreciated dates in the series". He goes on to state that it has the lowest average grade in the entire series.
CAC. Super flashy orange-gold luster with beautiful surfaces and a sharp strike. Just 15,558 minted.
CAC. Strong detail and problem-free with nice antique gold surfaces. Only 7,000 minted and a date that saw extensive circulation resulting in few survivors.
CAC. Flashy peach-gold luster with prominent clash marks on both sides. Scarce in any grade as just 5,000 were minted during the heart of the Civil War.
Just 4,000 minted and an issue that apparently saw heavy circulation as there are probably less than 50 examples known in mint state. This particular coin is very pleasing with flashy orange-gold luster and a solid strike.
Well struck with flashy luster and semi proof-like fields. Only 2,600 minted.
A nice bold strike with flashy orange-gold luster over semi proof-like surfaces. Quite scarce with a mintage of just 2,600 and seldom-seen in mint state.
Radiant frosty yellow-gold luster and a solid strike. A scarce date with a mintage of just 4,850 coins.
4,840 minted and a date that saw widespread circulation, making mint state examples scarce. This piece is well struck and problem-free with flashy orange-gold luster.
CAC. Super flashy with frosted devices and reflective surfaces. Outstanding for the grade and the only 62 CAC has approved. Only 12 coins have graded higher at PCGS. A very tough date with a mere 3,500 coins minted.
CAC. Bright frosty yellow-gold luster and a sharp strike. Outstanding eye appeal.
Super flashy gold luster and a solid strike. Outstanding eye appeal.
CAC. Bright flashy mint luster with far fewer marks than typically seen for the grade.
CAC. Vibrant rose-gold luster blankets beautiful well-preserved surfaces on this gorgeous 1878 'Three'. The design elements are well defined and the eye appeal is outstanding.
CAC. Flashy luster over pleasing surfaces. A coin that certainly looks mint state at first glance but has the barest touch of 'rub'.
Just 3,000 minted. This example has a razor-sharp strike and flashy semi proof-like surfaces. Very attractive and high-end for the grade.
With a minuscule mintage of just 1,000; it's not surprising that most of the survivors are sharply struck and extremely flashy. Many look like proofs (36 proofs struck), but there are diagnostic features that clearly distinguish the regular strikes from proofs. This example has that razor sharp strike and mirrored surfaces with super flashy bright yellow-gold luster.
Well struck with rich mint luster and just the barest touch of wear. A very attractive example of this scarce date. Only 1,500 pieces minted.
A great looking coin for the grade with flashy bright gold luster and a sharp strike. A scarce date with a mintage of just 1,500 coins.