$1 Liberty Head (1849-1854)

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  • Title: $1 Liberty Head (1849-1854)
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Measuring only 13 millimeters in diameter, this $1 Liberty Gold Dollar has the distinction of being the smallest of the U.S. gold dollar coins. The Type I Gold Dollar bears the crowned image of Miss Liberty surrounded by 13 stars (signifying the original 13 states) on the obverse and a wreath encircles the denomination and date on the reverse.

On just a few of the 1849 issues, Miss Liberty’s head on this gold dollar is very small. Type I Gold Dollars are very rare in high mint state grades.

Product Specifications:

  • Designer: James Barton Longacre
  • Diameter: 12.7 millimeters
  • Metal content:
  • Gold - 90%
  • Other - 10%
  • Weight: 25.8 grains (1.7 grams)
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Mint mark: Below the wreath on reverse (none for Philadelphia Mint)

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