From 1849 to 1889, the United States Mint issued a $1 (USD) gold coin alongside its $1 (USD) silver coin. The gold dollar was not issued for as long as the silver dollar in the US and suffered stoppages in production during the Civil War. With its lower mintages over the course of the program, the $1 gold coin from the US Mint is a popular collectible piece today. Provident Metals currently has Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coins available to you for online purchasing with a certification from the PCGS or NGC.
Provident Metals offers these Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin Type 1s with a protective plastic slab from the PCGS or NGC. Each coin has a Mint State 62 certification that indicates the coins have impaired or dull mint luster. The coins could feature clusters of small marks throughout with large marks and nicks possible in the prime focal areas. Hairlines on these coins are likely to be very noticeable.
For the obverse design of the Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin Type 1s, the coin has a design from James B. Longacre. His design of Liberty in left-profile relief is reminiscent of the Christian Gobrecht design on the US Eagle gold series. Liberty wears a coronet crown on her head with her hair up in a bun. 13 stars are inscribed around her figure on this face of the coin. Longacre served as the 4th Chief Engraver of the United States Mint from 1844 until his death.
In the reverse design element, the Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin Type 1s feature the nation of issue, face value, and date mark. The face value is inscribed as 1 Dollar, while the date mark is set below the denomination. These are inside of a small wreath with an opening at the top. Around the outer edge is United States of America.
The US gold dollar coin went through three design features on the obverse and two on the reverse during its time in production. The Civil War resulted in the hoarding of gold coins and lowered production, with lower figures of the US gold dollar struck from 1879 to 1889.
These Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin Type 1s are chosen for you at random, meaning we cannot guarantee the date mark or grading house that certified the coins. If you purchase multiples, you might end up with matching date marks.
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|Grading Service||PCGS or NGC|
|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Product Series||$1 Liberty Type 1|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Packaging||PCGS or NGC Plastic Slab|
|Metal Content||.048375 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|