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GOLD DOLLARS 1849-1861 Type One 1849 - 1854
Diameter: 13 millimeters Liberty Head, Small Planchet
Weight: 25.8 grains Fineness: .900
Edge: Reeded Designer: James B. Longacre

1850-D
Mintage: 8,382

The most underrated and undervalued gold dollar struck at the Dahlonega Mint. The overall quality of the surfaces and strike on most of the 1850-D gold dollars is low. This date is very rare when found with good luster and good eye appeal. Original, uncleaned examples show a range of coloration of deep green-gold and medium to deep orange-gold. There are roughly 100 surviving specimens with roughly 6% being Mint State.

PCGS MS 62


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