Clark, Gruber & Co. was a diversified banking business as well as a private minter of gold coin. 1861 marked its final year of minting operations, amid a large influx of gold coins struck at the Federal mints and local lobbying for a branch mint in Denver. The firm struck a large number of ten and twenty dollar gold coins, as well as quarter eagles and half eagles. All denominations used the portrait of Liberty and spread-winged eagle resembling Federal designs. As always, the gold content met or exceeded Federal standards.
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Private, Portable, Divisible Wealth Storage
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