1839-C Classic Quarter Eagle NGC AU55

Sharp AU Charlotte $2.50

 While the 1839-C is one of the more frequently encountered Charlotte quarter eagles, it is disproportionately popular because it is a part of the Classic series. Only 18,140 pieces were produced, and of that number it is estimated perhaps 300 to 400 examples are known today in all grades.

Offered at $8,400 delivered

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1839 Liberty Half Eagle PCGS MS64

Shockingly Nice Top Pop Rarity

The first issue of Gobrecht’s Liberty Head design, appearing in 1839, is regarded among specialists as a distinct one-year type. The entire obverse portrait is a little more graceful-appearing than on subsequent issues which show a modified bust, with the chief difference being seen in the curvature of Liberty’s neck truncation; it is much more pronounced on the 1839 than on later dates. Mint State survivors are rare in any grade, with a handful of MS64 coins being the finest known. In fact, this is one of only three PCGS MS64’s with none higher!

Offered at $58,800 delivered

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1839-D Classic Quarter Eagle NGC AU58

Rare, Nearly Unc.

The Dahlonega Mint opened for business in 1838, for the purpose of providing a coinage facility for miners of Southern gold and to service the local economy. As a result, coins produced at the Georgia branch mint circulated extensively. The first gold pieces struck at the Dahlonega Mint in 1838 were half eagles. Quarter eagles followed in 1839. In both cases, the first-year issue is a one-year type showing William Kneass’s Classic Head Liberty design. The NGC population is just 18 with 14 higher.

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1839/39-C Liberty Quarter Eagle NGC AU53

“C”-ing Double “39’s”

The 3 and 9 in the date are noticeably recut north on this variety, one of the scarcer varieties for the issue. Doug Winter estimates as many as 300 to 400 examples survive from a mintage of 18,140 coins, although the population thins considerably in the upper AU range, and true Mint State coins are rare.

Offered at $7,475 delivered

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