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California Fractional Gold


Shrouded in mystery, alternately praised or ignored by the numismatic community, the privately-issued fractional gold coinage of California is one of the most enigmatic areas of American numismatics. Denominated in dollars, half dollars and quarter dollars, relatively little is known of their role in commerce, if any. The experts disagree on whether these coins actually served as money or were merely sold as curiosities and charms. Whatever their real story, California fractional gold pieces are a delight to collect and have attracted generations of adventurous numismatists.


A very extensive series, these coins have been broken down into three general categories on the basis of their assumed date of manufacture. The earliest pieces, known as Period One issues, are believed to have been struck 1852-56, both with and without dates. These issues conform closely to the federal coinage in relative weight and value, and many bear the same obverse bust of Liberty as seen on the United States gold dollars of 1849-54.

The coins labeled as Period Two issues bear dates from 1859 to 1882. Unlike the earlier coins, these pieces are typically underweight and contain less than their stated face value in gold. In contrast to the majority of Period One pieces, those of Period Two feature a wide variety of design elements and do not closely resemble the regular coinage of the United States.

Period Three coins are the most mysterious of all, as they were all backdated by their makers in an effort to avoid prosecution. Though operating on shaky legal ground, the United States Secret Service had launched a crackdown on the manufacture and sale of fractional gold coins, claiming that these pieces violated the federal government’s exclusive right to coin money. The small gold pieces from this era were thus given earlier dates to obscure their actual year of manufacture. Only a small number of issues were produced during this period, which lasted from 1883 until sometime early in the 20th Century, when such items passed from the public’s fancy.

The only fractional gold pieces for which evidence exists of actual contemporary use are those of Period One, and these issues are the ones most highly sought by collectors of pioneer gold coins. It must be remembered that the San Francisco branch of the United States Mint didn’t get up to full production until 1856, and before that time commerce was handicapped by a lack of adequate coinage. In the early years of the California Gold Rush, small payments were made in “pinches” of gold dust, a flawed system at best. The government was of little help, as it mandated that the federal assay office established in 1851 could coin nothing smaller than a fifty dollar “ingot.” While this restriction was lifted the following year, the smallest denomination then being coined was the eagle, or ten-dollar piece.

Private banking and assaying firms stepped in to supply additional coins from 1849 to 1851, but their lowest issues were valued at five dollars, and the demand for small coins remained. Beginning in 1852, this need was met by a handful of jewelers in San Francisco, who began striking small gold pieces valued at one dollar, one half dollar and one quarter dollar. Though the intrinsic values of these coins fluctuated somewhat, they were usually close enough that the inflated boom economy of California neutralized whatever slight loss may have been suffered by those accepting them in trade. Their advantages simply outweighed their disadvantages, and the coins appear to have gained acceptance, as quite a number survive in worn condition.

There is scant documentary evidence of actual circulation, yet these small coins have been found in shipwrecks of the time period, and one was even featured in an 1852 newspaper account from New Orleans: “We were shown this morning a gold half dollar, California money, which is so much like the United States gold dollar piece, that the best judges would be completely deceived at a first glance. The half dollar piece is lighter in color, and somewhat smaller in diameter, than the dollar. They are of a private issue, and have stamped on them, HALF-DOLLAR CALIFORNIA GOLD 1852.” The lighter color of these coins is the result of their native California bullion, which is rich in silver.

Period One gold pieces are found both dated and undated, and some bear the initials or abbreviated names of their manufacturers, most of whom were Frenchmen. Known makers of these pieces include M. Deriberpe and Antoine Louis Nouizillet, both San Francisco jewelers. Partnerships which produced fractional gold coins include those of Deriberpe and Nouizillet (marked D.N.), Pierre Frontier and Eugene Deviercy (F.D.) and Nouizillet and F. Routhier (N.R.).

The manufacture of gold dollars, halves and quarters ceased in 1856, probably as federal silver coins from the new San Francisco Mint took their place. For reasons now uncertain, their production resumed in 1859, these being the first of the Period Two (1859-82) coins. It’s believed that such later issues were produced mostly for sale as charms and souvenirs of the Gold Rush and of San Francisco. By now somewhat civilized, the city of gold had become popular with tourists from the East and from Europe. Period Two coins were often debased, and some were merely gold-plated over silver.

Cruder in their engraving and manufacture, and far more exotic in their designs, Period Two gold pieces were collectable from their inception. They are thus more likely than the earlier coins to be found in unworn condition. A fad which developed in the 1860s and ‘70s, however, saw many of these tokens pierced and/or mounted for use as jewelry. Since that was evidently their original purpose, the harm in this practice was not perceived until generations later. The reuse of old dies and the muling of ones not originally used together was common during this period, as the need for protecting against counterfeits no longer existed.

Some of the names familiar from the Period One coinage recur with these later issues. Frontier & Deviercy were associated with [Alexandre] Dubois & Co before becoming Frontier &?Co. in 1864. Thereafter, the partnership went through various configurations, but the use of common die punches on Period Two coins suggests that they may have struck souvenir pieces as late as 1873. Antoine Nouizillet sold his business to Robert B. Gray &?Co. around 1859-60, and the latter produced fractional coins with Nouizillet’s existing dies, as well as his own (marked G). Gray sold his interests to the California Jewelry Co. in 1871. Some of its coins bear letter L, a reference to its Levison Bros. watch division. New entries in the field of gold coin manufacturing included the partnerships of Reuben N. Hershfield and Noah Mitchell of Leavenworth, Kansas (dies marked H), Ernest Henrici and Herman J. Brand, and the Joseph Bros. (Lionel and Josephus). Undocumented and untraceable gold pieces known as mavericks also date from this period. Unlike the earlier gold pieces, those of Period Two were made both inside and outside California.

Though there’s no evidence of Period Two gold pieces being mistaken for a legal tender, these coins caught the eye of James J. Brooks, the somewhat overzealous chief of the U. S. Secret Service. He requested that San Francisco Agent Henry Finnegass look into the matter. When Finnegass was able to purchase one each of the quarter and half dollar pieces at face value from a jeweler, he used this as evidence of noncompliance with the Law of June 8, 1864 prohibiting private coinage. Despite pleas from the jewelry manufacturers that these tokens were used only as charms, he launched a crusade of seizure and destruction whenever he could find such pieces for sale. This had the effect of temporarily ending their manufacture and distribution, as well as making some varieties quite rare.

Still popular and in demand, fractional gold coins eventually resurfaced, though the practice of coining them was clandestine. The newly-made pieces bore earlier dates (including some not previously used!) and were usually without markings that could tie them to a particular jeweler. Only one maker of Period Three issues has been positively identified. Herman Kroll of New York City. Relatively few varieties exist which can be attributed to this period, and it’s believed that the last such coins were made early in the 20th Century. Known as Period Three coins, they too are quite collectable.

When the fad for fractional gold pieces as jewelry items faded after the 1880s, Henry Kroll sold his remaining stock to collector A. C. Nygren, whose estate was auctioned by Philadelphia dealer Henry Chapman in 1924. Some of Kroll’s dies resurfaced decades later, and a new generation of minters put them to work once again. This only confused the attribution of vintage pieces all the more, though the later restrikes made for collectors are known to be of finer gold than the original edition, which was intended purely for the jewelry trade. Also muddying the waters somewhat are outright fabrications produced as souvenirs of the Old West and the pioneer days. Still sold today, these are easily detectable by anyone who can distinguish between gold and brass.

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1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-101 G25C MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-102 G25C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-103 G25C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-104 G25C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-105 G25C MS 1855/4 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-106 G25C MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-107 G25C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-108 G25C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-109 G25C MS 1855 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-110 G25C MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-111 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-202 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-203 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-204 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-204B G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-205 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-206 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-207 G25C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-208 G25C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-209 G25C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-212 G25C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-215 G25C MS 1854 ROUND LIBERTY BG-216 G25C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-218 G25C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-219 G25C MS 1854 ROUND EAGLE BG-220 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-221 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-222 G25C MS (1853) ROUND LIBERTY BG-223 G25C MS (1854) ROUND LIBERTY BG-224 G25C MS 1855 ROUND LIBERTY BG-225 G25C MS 1855 ROUND LIBERTY BG-226 G25C MS 1855 ROUND LIBERTY BG-226A G25C MS 1855 ROUND LIBERTY BG-227 G25C MS 1856 ROUND LIBERTY BG-228 G25C MS 1856 ROUND LIBERTY BG-229 G25C MS 1856 ROUND LIBERTY BG-230 G25C MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-302 G50C MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-303 G50C MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-304 G50C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-305 G50C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-306 G50C MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-307 G50C MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-308 G50C MS 1855 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-309 G50C MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-310 G50C MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-311 G50C MS 1852 ROUND LIBERTY BG-401 G50C MS 1854 ROUND LIBERTY BG-403 G50C MS 1855 ROUND LIBERTY BG-405 G50C MS 1855 ROUND LIBERTY BG-406 G50C MS 1852 ROUND LIBERTY BG-407 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-408 G50C MS 1853/2 ROUND LIBERTY BG-409 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-414 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-415 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-416 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-417 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-418 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-421 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-422 G50C MS 1852 ROUND LIBERTY BG-426 G50C MS 1852 ROUND LIBERTY BG-427 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-428 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-429 G50C MS 1853 ROUND LIBERTY BG-430 G50C MS 1854 ROUND LIBERTY BG-431 G50C MS 1855 ROUND LIBERTY BG-432 G50C MS 1856 ROUND LIBERTY BG-434 G50C MS 1853 ROUND CAL ARMS BG-435 G50C MS 1854 ROUND LIBERTY BG-436 G50C MS (1853) OCTAG LIBERTY BG-501 G$1 MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-504 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-505 G$1 MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-508 G$1 MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-510 G$1 MS 1855/4 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-511 G$1 MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-512 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-514 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-517 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-518 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-519 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-522 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-523 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-524 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-526 G$1 MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-527 G$1 MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-528 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-530 G$1 MS 1853 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-531 G$1 MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-532 G$1 MS 1855 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-533 G$1 MS 1854 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-534 G$1 MS 1854 ROUND LIBERTY BG-601 G$1 MS 1854 ROUND LIBERTY BG-603 G$1 MS 1859 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-701 G25C MS 1859 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-702 G25C MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-703A G25C MS 1859 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-704 G25C MS 1859 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-705 G25C MS 1864 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-706 G25C MS 1864 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-707 G25C MS 1866 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-708 G25C MS 1867 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-709 G25C MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-710 G25C MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-711 G25C MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-712 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-713 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-714 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-715 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-716 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-717 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-718 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-720 G25C MS 1872 OCTAG WASHINGTON BG-722 G25C MS 1872 OCTAG WASHINGTON BG-723 G25C MS 1872 OCTAG WASHINGTON BG-724 G25C MS 1872 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-725 G25C MS 1872 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-726 G25C MS 1873 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-727 G25C MS 1873 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-728 G25C MS 1860 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-730 G25C MS 1860 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-731 G25C MS 1860 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-732 G25C MS 1863 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-733 G25C MS 1863 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-734 G25C MS 1864 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-735 G25C MS 1865/4 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-736 G25C MS 1866 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-737 G25C MS 1866 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-738 G25C MS 1866 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-739 G25C MS 1866 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-740 G25C MS 1867 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-741 G25C MS 1867 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-742 G25C MS 1867 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-743 G25C MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-744 G25C MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-745 G25C MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-746 G25C MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-747 G25C MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-748 G25C MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-749 G25C MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-750 G25C MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-751 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-752 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-753 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-755 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-756 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-757 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-759 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-761 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-762 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-763 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-764 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-765 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-766 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-767 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-768 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-769 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-770 G25C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-771 G25C MS 1873 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-772 G25C MS 1874 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-773 G25C MS 1874 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-775 G25C MS 1874 1/7 OCT LIBERTY BG-776 G25C MS 1876 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-778 G25C MS 1876 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-780 G25C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-781 G25C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-782 G25C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-783 G25C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-784 G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-785 G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-786 G25C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-788 G25C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-789 G25C MS 1872/1 OCTAG INDIAN BG-790 G25C MS 1872 OCTAG INDIAN BG-791 G25C MS 1873/2 OCTAG INDIAN BG-792 G25C MS 1873 OCTAG INDIAN BG-793 G25C MS 1873 OCTAG INDIAN BG-794 G25C MS 1874 OCTAG INDIAN BG-795 G25C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-796 G25C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-797 G25C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-798 G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799 G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799A G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799C G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799D G25C MS 1878/6 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799E G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799F G25C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799GG G25C MS 1878/6 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799G G25C MS 1880 8/7 OCT INDIAN BG-799H G25C MS 1880 8/7 OCT INDIAN BG-799I G25C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799J G25C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799K G25C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799L G25C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799M G25C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799N G25C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799O G25C MS 1874 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799P G25C MS 1874 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799Q G25C MS 1868 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799R G25C MS 1868 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799T G25C MS 1852 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799U G25C MS 1852 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799V G25C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799W G25C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799X G25C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799Y G25C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799AA G25C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799BB G25C MS 1882 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799CC G25C MS 1852 OCTAG INDIAN BG-799DD G25C MS 1858 ROUND LIBERTY BG-800 G25C MS 1859 ROUND LIBERTY BG-801 G25C MS 1865 ROUND LIBERTY BG-802 G25C MS 1865 ROUND LIBERTY BG-803 G25C MS 1866 ROUND LIBERTY BG-804 G25C MS 1867 ROUND LIBERTY BG-805 G25C MS 1868 ROUND LIBERTY BG-806 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-807 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-808 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-808A G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-809 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-810 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-811 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-812 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-813 G25C MS 1872 ROUND LIBERTY BG-814 G25C MS 1872 ROUND LIBERTY BG-816 G25C MS 1873 ROUND LIBERTY BG-817 G25C MS 1872 ROUND WASHINGTON BG-818 G25C MS 1860 6/5 RND LIBERTY BG-819 G25C MS 1863 ROUND LIBERTY BG-820 G25C MS 1864 ROUND LIBERTY BG-821 G25C MS 1865 ROUND LIBERTY BG-822 G25C MS 1866 ROUND LIBERTY BG-824 G25C MS 1867 ROUND LIBERTY BG-825 G25C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-826 G25C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-827 G25C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-828 G25C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-829 G25C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-830 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-832 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-833 G25C MS (1870) ROUND LIBERTY BG-834 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-835 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-835A G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-836 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-837 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-838 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-839 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-840 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-841 G25C MS 1873 ROUND LIBERTY BG-842 G25C MS 1874 ROUND LIBERTY BG-844 G25C MS 1874 ROUND LIBERTY BG-845 G25C MS 1875 ROUND LIBERTY BG-846 G25C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-847 G25C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-848 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-849 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-850 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-851 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-852 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-853 G25C MS 1876 ROUND LIBERTY BG-854 G25C MS 1876 ROUND LIBERTY BG-855 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-857 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-859 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-860 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-861 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-862 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-864 G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-864A G25C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-865 G25C MS 1864 ROUND LIBERTY BG-866 G25C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-867 G25C MS 1872/1 ROUND INDIAN BG-868 G25C MS 1872/1 ROUND INDIAN BG-869 G25C MS 1872/1 ROUND INDIAN BG-870 G25C MS 1873 ROUND INDIAN BG-871 G25C MS 1873 ROUND INDIAN BG-872 G25C MS 1873 ROUND INDIAN BG-874 G25C MS 1874 ROUND INDIAN BG-875 G25C MS 1874 ROUND INDIAN BG-876 G25C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-877 G25C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-878 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-879 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-880 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-881 G25C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-882 G25C MS 1878/6 ROUND INDIAN BG-883 G25C MS 1878/6 ROUND INDIAN BG-884 G25C MS 1880/76 RND INDIAN BG-885 G25C MS 1881 ROUND INDIAN BG-886 G25C MS 1881 ROUND INDIAN BG-887 G25C MS 1874 ROUND INDIAN BG-888 G25C MS 1868 ROUND INDIAN BG-889 G25C MS 1868 ROUND INDIAN BG-890 G25C MS 1852 ROUND INDIAN BG-891 G25C MS 1859 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-901 G50C MS 1859 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-902 G50C MS 1866 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-903 G50C MS 1867 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-905 G50C MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-906 G50C MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-907 G50C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-908 G50C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-909 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-910 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-911 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-912 G50C MS 1872 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-913 G50C MS 1872 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-914 G50C MS 1873 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-915 G50C MS 1856 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-916 G50C MS 1864 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-917 G50C MS 1864 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-918 G50C MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-919 G50C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-920 G50C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-921 G50C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-922 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-923 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-924 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-925 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-926 G50C MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-927 G50C MS 1873 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-928 G50C MS 1874 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-930 G50C MS 1875 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-931 G50C MS 1876 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-932 G50C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-933 G50C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-934 G50C MS 1876 1/6 OCT INDIAN BG-935 G50C MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-936 G50C MS 1872/1 OCTAG INDIAN BG-937 G50C MS 1872 OCTAG INDIAN BG-938 G50C MS 1872 OCTAG INDIAN BG-939 G50C MS 1872 OCTAG INDIAN BG-940 G50C MS 1873/2 OCTAG INDIAN BG-941 G50C MS 1873 OCTAG INDIAN BG-942 G50C MS 1874/3 OCTAG INDIAN BG-943 G50C MS 1874 OCTAG INDIAN BG-944 G50C MS 1874/3 OCTAG INDIAN BG-945 G50C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-946 G50C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-947 G50C MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-948 G50C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-949 G50C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-950 G50C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-951 G50C MS 1878/6 OCTAG INDIAN BG-952 G50C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-952A G50C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-952B G50C MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-953 G50C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-954 G50C MS 1880 OCTAG INDIAN BG-955 G50C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-956 G50C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-957 G50C MS 1874 OCTAG INDIAN BG-958 G50C MS 1874 OCTAG INDIAN BG-958A G50C MS 1868 OCTAG INDIAN BG-960A G50C MS 1868 OCTAG INDIAN BG-961 G50C MS 1852 OCTAG INDIAN BG-962 G50C MS 1852 OCTAG INDIAN BG-963 G50C MS 1881 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-964 G50C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-965 G50C MS 1881 OCTAG INDIAN BG-965A G50C MS 1882 OCTAG INDIAN BG-966 G50C MS 1859 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1001 G50C MS 1859 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1002 G50C MS 1859 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1003 G50C MS 1859 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1004 G50C MS 1865 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1005 G50C MS 1866 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1006 G50C MS 1867 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1007 G50C MS 1868 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1008 G50C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1009 G50C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1010 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1011 G50C MS 1873 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1012 G50C MS 1872 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1013 G50C MS 1860/6 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1014 G50C MS 1864 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1016 G50C MS 1864 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1016a SILVER G50C MS 1864 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1016A G50C MS 1866 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1017 G50C MS 1867 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1018 G50C MS 1868 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1019 G50C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1020 G50C MS 1869 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1021 G50C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1022 G50C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1023 G50C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1024 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1025 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1026 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1027 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1029 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1030 G50C MS 1873 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1031 G50C MS 1873 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1032 G50C MS 1874 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1033 G50C MS 1875 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1035 G50C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-1036 G50C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-1037 G50C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-1038 G50C MS 1876 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1039A G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1041 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1042 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1043 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1044 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1045 G50C MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1046 G50C MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1047 G50C MS 1872 ROUND INDIAN BG-1048 G50C MS 1872 ROUND INDIAN BG-1049 G50C MS 1873/2 ROUND INDIAN BG-1050 G50C MS 1873 ROUND INDIAN BG-1051 G50C MS 1874/3 ROUND INDIAN BG-1052 G50C MS 1874 ROUND INDIAN BG-1053 G50C MS 1874 ROUND INDIAN BG-1055 G50C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-1056 G50C MS 1875 ROUND INDIAN BG-1057 G50C MS 1875/3 ROUND INDIAN BG-1058 G50C MS 1876/5 ROUND INDIAN BG-1059 G50C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-1060 G50C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-1061 G50C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-1062 G50C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-1063 G50C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-1064 G50C MS 1876 ROUND INDIAN BG-1065 G50C MS 1878/6 ROUND INDIAN BG-1066 G50C MS 1880 8/7 RND INDIAN BG-1067 G50C MS 1880 ROUND INDIAN BG-1068 G50C MS 1881 ROUND INDIAN BG-1069 G50C MS 1881 ROUND INDIAN BG-1070 G50C MS 1874 ROUND INDIAN BG-1071 G50C MS 1874 ROUND INDIAN BG-1072 G50C MS 1868 ROUND INDIAN BG-1074 G50C MS 1852 ROUND INDIAN BG-1075 G50C MS 1852 ROUND INDIAN BG-1076 G50C MS 1882 ROUND INDIAN BG-1077 G50C MS 1860 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1102 G$1 MS 1860 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1103 G$1 MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1104 G$1 MS 1868 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1105 G$1 MS 1869 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1106 G$1 MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1107 G$1 MS 1871 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1109 G$1 MS 1874 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1110 G$1 MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1112 G$1 MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1114 G$1 MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1115 G$1 MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1115A G$1 MS 1876 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1116 G$1 MS 1870 OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1118 G$1 MS 1872 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1119 G$1 MS 1872 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1120 G$1 MS 1873/2 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1121 G$1 MS 1873/2 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1122 G$1 MS 1873 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1123 G$1 MS 1874 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1124 G$1 MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1125 G$1 MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1126 G$1 MS 1875 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1127 G$1 MS 1876/5 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1128 G$1 MS 1876/5 OCTAG INDIAN BG-1129 G$1 MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1201 G$1 MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1202 G$1 MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1203 G$1 MS 1871 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1204 G$1 MS 1870 ROUND LIBERTY BG-1205 G$1 MS 1872 ROUND INDIAN BG-1206 G$1 MS 1872 ROUND INDIAN BG-1207 G$1 MS 1872 ROUND INDIAN BG-1208 G$1 MS "1857" OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1301 KROLL HOARD G25C MS "1855" ROUND LIBERTY BG-1302 KROLL HOARD G25C MS "1868" OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1303 KROLL HOARD G50C MS "1854" ROUND LIBERTY BG-1304 KROLL HOARD G50C MS "1863" ROUND LIBERTY BG-1305 KROLL HOARD G50C MS "1858" OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1306 KROLL HOARD G$1 MS "1863" OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1307 KROLL HOARD G$1 MS "1854" OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1310 G50C MS "1854" OCTAG LIBERTY BG-1311 G50C MS

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