Charlotte Mint Gold Coins

Because of their beauty, scarcity, and historical significance, all coins minted by the Charlotte mint are in high demand. They are much sought after by coin collectors, museums, and investors. 

They can be a great addition to your coin collection too. Look for them at a coin shop New York NY.

Charlotte Mint Gold Coins

Charlotte Mint coins possess several characteristics that add to their attraction and numismatic value. Many pieces were minted with poor quality dies, so some have poor strikes or other imperfections. For investors and collectors, this only adds to their intrigue.

Additionally, many Charlotte gold coins have a greenish tone to their golden color. This is because there is a relatively high silver admixture in the gold produced from the North Carolina mines.

Gold Dollars were struck from 1849 to 1853, 1855, 1857, and 1859. The rarest of these is the 1849-C closed wreath (4 estimated to exist), the 1859-C (75-85 known), and the 1850-C (90 to 100 in existence).

Gold Quarter Eagles were minted from 1838 to 1844, 1846 to 1852, 1854-1856, 1858, and 1860. Most of these are very scarce and some quite rare. Only 50 – 60 specimens of the 1855-C and the 1843-C Small Date are known in existence today.

Gold Half Eagles were produced from 1838 to 1861 minus the year 1845. As in the case of the dollars and quarter eagles, many of these dates only have a few tens of coins still in existence, with the rarest being the 1842-C Small Date, the 1840-C, the 1844-C, and the 1846-C. No more than 85 of any of these dates are presently known.

Tips on Buying Charlotte Mint Gold Coins

Because they are often hard to find, the “thrill of the hunt” can be an important motivating factor for many investors. It’s best to find dealers that specialize in rare coins.