Gold Dollars - Produced from 1849 to 1889, these $1 Gold Coins are the smallest denomination of Gold currency ever produced by the U.S. Mint. Also, their small size makes them easy to store in multiples and are a favorite to be made into jewelry.
Throughout its minting, the $1 Gold coin was produced in three types, each similar to each other. The obverse features a crowned image of Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 small stars, representing the original colonies. The reverse shows a wreath encircling the coin's denomination and date. Type 1 coins, minted from 1849 to 1853, are 13 mm across while Type 2, minted from 1854 to 1855, were thinner and slightly larger at 15 mm across. Type 3 coins, also 15 mm across and minted from 1856 to 1889, are the most common Gold dollar.
These coins are part of the historical Pre-1933 U.S. Gold that was recalled as an effort to help battle the Great Depression. The recall of Gold made these coins a rare find. Now, the surviving coins are sought after by collectors and investors alike.
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