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About the 1850-1854 Gold Rush Type 1 Gold Dollar Extremely Fine (XF)

The Gold Dollar was one of three denominations create in response to the Gold Rush. Unfortunately, it was also one of two that didn’t survive past 1889. Unlike the Double Eagle, which remained wildly popular into the 1930s, the Gold Dollar never caught on with the general public. American much preferred to use Silver Dollars or one dollar paper notes. Thus, relatively few Gold Dollars were struck and an even smaller quantity remain in existence today.

The specimens offered today are of the Type 1 design, which was first introduced in 1849 but discontinued soon thereafter in 1854. The obverse features a similar motif to the $20 Liberty Double Eagle, except on a much smaller scale. As an Extremely Fine (XF) specimen, each and every coin displays problem-free surfaces with only the slightest traces of wear. The coins look like they were plucked from pocket change in the 1850s!

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1850-1854 Gold Rush Type 1 Gold Dollar Extremely Fine (XF)

Product code: US-USG-Type1G$1-XF-Gold-Rush
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Metal Type Gold
Metal Weight .048375
Grading Service None
Date 1850-1854
Purity .900 Fine Gold
Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer United States Mint

About the 1850-1854 Gold Rush Type 1 Gold Dollar Extremely Fine (XF)

The Gold Dollar was one of three denominations create in response to the Gold Rush. Unfortunately, it was also one of two that didn’t survive past 1889. Unlike the Double Eagle, which remained wildly popular into the 1930s, the Gold Dollar never caught on with the general public. American much preferred to use Silver Dollars or one dollar paper notes. Thus, relatively few Gold Dollars were struck and an even smaller quantity remain in existence today.

The specimens offered today are of the Type 1 design, which was first introduced in 1849 but discontinued soon thereafter in 1854. The obverse features a similar motif to the $20 Liberty Double Eagle, except on a much smaller scale. As an Extremely Fine (XF) specimen, each and every coin displays problem-free surfaces with only the slightest traces of wear. The coins look like they were plucked from pocket change in the 1850s!

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You're reviewing: 1850-1854 Gold Rush Type 1 Gold Dollar Extremely Fine (XF)

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