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!
Well defined details with radiant mint luster of apricot-gold and a very light tint of green. Excellent eye appeal on this beautiful second year 'Princess'.
Lovely orange-gold mint 'bloom' gives this beauty outstanding eye appeal.
A pleasing and "affordable" example of this scarce date. 14,000 minted.
"AU Details, improperly cleaned". An attractive example of this scarce date that was lightly cleaned years ago and now has a very pleasing overall appearance. Only 5,750 minted.
Well struck with orange-gold luster over semi proof-like surfaces. Only 4,000 minted!
Very attractive with rich gold luster. A scarce coin in any grade with just 4,850 minted!
Attractive orange-gold luster on this scarce 'Three'. Pedigreed on the holder to the Stecher Collection. Only 4,850 minted!
Very flashy yellow-gold luster gives this 'Three' outstanding eye appeal.
Flashy gold luster.
Still a considerable amount of mint luster. Wonderful type coin.
Sharp detail and lustrous with no significant marks. Looks B.U.!
Well struck with nice golden mint 'bloom'. The perfect coin for a nice type set.
Flashy luster and a sharp strike. Very close to mint state. Only 3,000 minted!
A pleasing example of this scarce date which sports a mintage of just 3,000 coins. The strike is solid while the surfaces exhibit frosty luster and minimal abrasions for the grade.
Bright lustrous surfaces and very nearly mint state. Only 1500 pieces minted.
Gorgeous intense yellow-gold luster with proof-like surfaces and considerable mint frost on the design elements. There are only minimal minor marks and the overall eye appeal far exceeds the technical grade of this beautiful rarity. Only 801 minted!
Only 6000 minted.
CAC approved. Well struck with rich yellow-gold luster and semi proof-like surfaces. Minor scattered marks but nothing significant on a coin that definitely has claims to a higher grade. Only 6,000 minted with very few being approved by CAC - this being the only MS-61 CAC.
A lite sprinkle of faint orange hue over plenty of rich frosty luster. Mintage is only 5,000.