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1851 1 Dollar Gold Liberty Type I PCGS MS61
1851 $1 Gold Liberty Type I PCGS MS61
Take your gold coin collection to the next level with this 1851 $1 Gold Liberty Type I coin. What level are we talking about? Coins in uncirculated grades. This example grades Mint State-61 (MS61) by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS).
Collectible coins are graded on a scale of 1 to 70, where 1 is virtually unrecognizable and 70 is in flawless perfect condition. Since finding a Type 1 $1 Gold Liberty coin in Mint State-60 condition or above can be much more difficult than finding one in circulated condition, an MS61 coin gives your collection a whole new 'luster.'
The Type I Gold Dollar was the first gold dollar produced by the mint. It was struck between 1849 and 1854 and was replaced by the Type 2 design that year. The design shows miss Liberty in a coronet headdress with "LIBERTY" across the band and displays the denomination on the reverse surrounded by a wreath.
Now is the time to add professionally graded uncirculated gold dollars to your collection. Every year they get harder and harder to find. This is particularly important for collectors assembling a 12-piece U.S. Gold Coin Type set, a quest that may take a few years to complete.
Start today, or just add this 1851 Gold Dollar in PCGS MS61 condition to your collection as an individual coin.
|Year of Issue||1851|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||1.67 Grams - g|