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Charlotte $1




ImageItem IDDescriptionSales Price
 
126112GOLD 1851 C $1 AU53 PCGS$ 2,150.00
GOLD CHARLOTTE ONE DOLLAR. MINTAGE: 41,267. The type 1 Charlotte gold dollars were struck from 1849-1853. A total of 80,816 were produced and of these 51.06% were this date. THE MOST COMMON OF THE TYPE 1 CHARLOTTE GOLD DOLLARS. FULLY STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS AND NO WEAKNESS ON EITHER SIDE. STRONG BORDERS AND STRONG LETTERING. SOME MINT MADE STIRATIONS. LOTS OF BRILLIANT MINT LUSTER. DEEP ORANGE-GOLD COLORATION. OUTSTANDING EYE APPEAL. ONLY 750-1000+ TOTAL KNOWN. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 75 IN MINT STATE WHICH WHO INCLUDE REGRADES.
 
131238GOLD 1857 C $1 XF45 PCGS$ 2,375.00
CHARLOTTE MINT INDIAN PRINCESS HEAD, LARGE HEAD. ONLY 13,280 MINTED. MUCH RARER AND HARDER TO LOCATE THAN MOST REALIZE! A REAL BEAUTY. NICE COLORATION ON SURFACES. The planchets used were attrocious as was the quality of minting. Most look terrible. The type two gold dollar was a failure
 
104847GOLD 1859 C $1 AU55 PCGS$ 4,575.00
MINTAGE ONLY 5,235 WITH ONLY 150-250 TOTAL KNOWN! The final gold dollar struck at the CHARLOTTE MINT AND THE LOWEST MIONTAGE OF ANY INDIVIDUAL ISSUE. It rivals the 1855-C as the worst struck gold dollar from the Charlotte Mingt. Hair is soft and always found with a very weak obverse. LETTERING IS STRONG AND BOLD. A HARD DATE TO GRADE DUE TO STRIKING PROBLEMS. Planchet problems exist with mint made imperfections such as chips and slits in the planchet. Usually very graibny with the appearance if a seawater ciub, OVERALL IT HAS GREAT EYE APPEAL. PCGS POPULATION: AU55=22, AU58=17, MS(ALL)=14. RARELY SHOWS UP IN ANY AUCTIONS.