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$5 Gold Coins

The first $5 gold coins, also referred to as “Half-Eagles”, were struck in 1839. There are two main series of $5 gold coins. The first is the Liberty Head Series, struck from 1839-1908. The second series, called the $5 Indians, were issued from 1908 until 1929 and issued with a unique “incuse” design with the details carved into the surfaces of the coin. Containing just under an ounce (.2418 ounces) of pure gold, these coins are highly popular with collectors and investors today. All coins listed in this section have been graded and certified by PCGS or NGC, the top two grading services in the business. Questions? Just give us a call and we will be happy to help.

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  • MS-63 1893 $5 Liberty NGC Certified

    A top value in Pre-1933 certified US Gold, this 1893 $5 Liberty is certified by NGC in investment-grade Mint State 63. This is an incredibly beautiful and rare coin, yet today's prices do not reflect this fact. This is a slighly better date in the series with 1.52 million being issued. When compared to a more common date like the 1900 Philly $5, this 1893 is SIX times rarer based on surviving populations, yet can be aquired for the same price as a common coin. The overall quality and long-term value at current prices are incredible to us, given their lofty past market highs as recently as ten years ago. Call for quantity discounts and orders of twenty will come in NGC slotted boxes. Photo may not be the actual coin you receive however, it certainly is the quality you can expect. Learn More
    $492.00

  • 1845 O $5 Liberty Gold Coin NGC About Uncirculated 50

    New Orleans mint gold, especially that struck prior to Civil War in 1861 is becoming more and more popular with US coin collectors. The mintages were low and the survival rates are incredibly tiny for most issues. The 1845 O $5 had a mintage of just 41K coins and today under 270 are certified in all grades combined. Superb coin for the grade and very attractive for an AU-50. Coin pictured is the exact coin you will receive. Learn More
    $3,604.00

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