1856-1889 1 Dollar Gold Indian Type III XF

1856-1889 1 Dollar Gold Indian Type III XF
1856-1889 1 Dollar Gold Indian Type III XF 1856-1889 1 Dollar Gold Indian Type III XF 1856-1889 1 Dollar Gold Indian Type III XF
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Seize Your Type III 'Indian Princess' California Gold Rush Gold Dollar

Prior to 1849 the United Sates Mint did not strike gold dollars because there wasn't enough gold available to do so. After gold was discovered in California in 1848, the precious metal began flowing into the mint in quantities sufficient for the mint to strike its first gold dollar in 1849. The Type I gold dollar was minted between 1849 and 1854. This Type III $1 Liberty Head gold dollar struck at the Philadelphia Mint dates between 1856 and 1889 and is in collector grade of Extremely Fine (XF). The attractive design features Miss Liberty on the obverse wearing a pompom headdress and a wreath enclosing the denomination of the reverse. This design was used by the mint between 1856 and 1889.

 

Each Coin is Struck in 90% Pure Gold -- The same precious gold content used on all vintage U.S. gold coins

Designed by James B. Longacre -- One of the most celebrated and prolific coin designers in U.S. Mint history

Coins Struck Between 1856 and 1889 -- You will receive one of the historic coins, the date is our choice.

One of the Most Affordable U.S. Gold Coins -- A great way to start or add to your collection of U.S. gold

Struck from Gold California Gold Rush Gold -- A historic story to tell your friends about

Nicknamed the 'Indian Princess' -- Because Miss Liberty wears a pompom headdress

Extremely Fine Condition -- Showing only slight trace of wear on Miss Liberty's hair

 

These small gold coins were never struck in large quantities, which by itself would certainly make them scarce today, over 150 years later. But their small size and the fact that they were used in daily commerce meant many were lost or simply wore out. Here's a great opportunity to add one or more of these California Gold rush coins to your collection!

Every year these popular gold coins get harder and harder to find. By securing yours today, you can avoid future disappointment and the uncertainty of future supplies and prices. Order yours now!

Country United States
Composition Gold
Condition
Circulated
Money that has served a purpose in the channels of commerce -- in other words, it has traded hands in exchange for goods or services. Once a coin has "hit the streets," it is no longer considered Mint State or Uncirculated.
Grade
XF
Designs are lightly worn throughout Extremely Fine (XF) coins, but all features are clear and well-defined. In addition, traces of luster may show.
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name
Philadelphia - P
From its humble beginnings on Seventh Street through four different locations, the United States Mint's "Mother Mint" at 151 North Independence Mall East in Philadelphia is the largest of its kind in the world. The Philadelphia Mint is home to die production for all U.S. coinage, as well as facilities that produce a daily average of 30 million coins worth about $1 million.
Coin Weight 1.67 Grams - g
Weight 1/20 Ounce - oz
Dimensions 15mm
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