1849 Gold Liberty Head One 1 Dollar Coin $1 Smallest In US History

1849 Gold Liberty Head One 1 Dollar Coin $1 Smallest In US History

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Described By: Tamas TCE
Title: 1849 Gold Liberty Head One 1 Dollar Coin $1 Smallest In US History
Description: Offering a circulated 1849 Liberty Head 1 Dollar gold (90%) coin. It is the smallest coin in U.S. history. Damage at the bottom, mint is not visible but it looks there was an 'O'(New Orleans). Rim wear and scuffs as seen on images. Overall good condition. Cool gift, great investment and nice piece to any collections.
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Denomination: 1 Dollar
Number of coins: 1
Approx. Measurements: 13 mm
Metal: Gold (Au .900)
Year: 1849
Country: United States
All Words on Coin: Reverse: United States Of America 1 Dollar 1849 Obverse: Liberty
Approx. weight of coin: 1.67 g
Estimated size of package: 4in x 8in x 0.5in
Estimated total weight of package: 3 oz.
Additional Info: Edge: reeded Mint: New Orleans (maybe) Mintage: 215,000
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