|Image||Item ID||Description||Sales Price|
|114619||GOLD 1844 D $5 XF40 PCGS||$ 2,575.00|
|PCGS CERTIFIED. Of the 88,982 minted only 200-225 are TOTALLY KNOWN. Above average strike with all details bold with only some slight weakness that is typical. Typical mint-made imperfections such as grainy areas with light abrasions amd marks in the fields and on devices. Excellent eye appeal. POPULAR DAHLONEGA MINT GOLD HALF EAGLE.|
|124512||GOLD 1848 D $5 VF30 CAC PCGS||$ 2,475.00|
|DAHLONEGA GOLD HALF EAGLE. MINTAGE 47,465 HOWEVER THE 1848-D IS SCARCE in any
grade and VERY RARE IN HIGH GRADES! Full strike no flatness of obverse stars,
sharp date and mint mark, and all letters bold. PCGS has only graded 12 in this
grade and only 1 by PCGS & NGC HAS A CAC CERTIFICATION. Much scarcer date from
Dahlonega than thought. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL! ALL ORIGINAL SURFACE
|119983||GOLD 1852 D $5 VF30 PCGS||$ 2,275.00|
|MINTAGE: 914,584 WITH TOTAL KNOWN ONLY 200-250+ Among the more common of any
Dahlonega half eagle with the second highest mintage figure. However, it is much
more difficult to fine in higher grades. Most are weakly struck at the borders
and show peculiar beveled edges which indicate poorly matched edge collars.
Obverse is softly impressed with details in the center but the curl below the ear having some flatness. Stars are well defined. Rich orange gold coloration.
Surfaces have numerous marks but do not distract from the overall eye appeal.
PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 15 IN THIS GRADE and only 214 in higher circulated
grades. Only 9 have been certified by PCGS in MINT STATE GRADES. A POPULAR GOLD
HALF EAGLE FROM THE DAHLONEGA GEORGIA MINT. WILL SHIP WITH A COPY OF THE
|125490||GOLD 1852 D $5 AU53 NGC||$ 3,475.00|
|EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, VIBRANT ORANGE/YELLOW SURFACES, GREAT DETAILS. MINTAGE:
91,584 WITH TOTAL KNOWN ONLY 200-250+. AMONG THE MORE COMMON OF THE DAHLONEGA
HALF EAGLES BUT DIFFICULT TO FIND IN HIGHER GRADES. MANY ARE POORLY STRUCK AND
HEAVILY ABRADED. A GREAT TYPE COIN FROM THE DAHLONEGA MINT.|