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1861-D $5 Obverse

Charlotte and Dahlonega Southern Mint Gold at DLRC

1861-D $5 NGC/CAC VF35. An elusive and historically significant southern branch mint issue that has an official mintage of just 1,597 pieces and an unknown (but tiny) production under the auspices of the Confederacy.  Numismatics is filled with a wide range of historical aspects, but one of the most popular focuses for collections is Southern Mint […]

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1830 $2.5 Templeton Reid gold coin

Rare Georgia Gold Rush Coin Brings Record $480,000

The obverse of the 1830 $2.50 PCGS MS61 gold coin struck by private assayer, Templeton Reid. (Photo courtesy Kagin’s) A small gold coin with a face value of $2.50 when it was struck in northern Georgia in 1830 sold for a record price of $480,000 to an anonymous Georgia collector in an auction in Atlanta […]

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1830 $2.5 Templeton Reid gold coin

1830 $2.50 Templeton Reid Gold Coin Highlights Auction

The obverse of the 1830 $2.50 Templeton Reid. The first privately issued gold coin in the United States. (Photo courtesy Kagin’s) The finest PCGS MS-61 certified 1830 $2.50 Templeton Reid pioneer gold coin is being offered in the official American Numismatic Association National Money Show auction by Kagin’s Auction on February 27th in Atlanta, Georgia. […]

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National Money Show 2020

Museum Showcase Features Southern Gold Coins

The American Numismatic Association National Money Show attendees have the opportunity to see some of the world’s most beautiful and valuable coins, paper money and related numismatic treasures not seen anywhere else. The Museum Showcase features rare and historic items from the ANA’s Money Museum and items generously lent to the ANA from private collections. […]

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Speculation Dahlonega Gold Coins Part of Sunken Treasure

Blue Water Ventures International, Inc. (BWVI) and Endurance Exploration Group, Inc. (EXPL) announced today that several months of archaeological field work, including magnetometer surveys, has been performed on the 1840 wreck of the Steamship North Carolina. In late September BWVI recovery vessel, the Blue Water Rose, and dive team arrived on site to commence recovery […]

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