Top 7 Aspects of Charlotte Gold Coins


Conveniently located in North Carolina, it minted gold dollars, quarter eagles, and half eagles until 1861. Despite its closure due to secession.

Charlotte Mint

ros and cons define collecting Charlotte gold. Affordable and diverse, these coins offer accessible design types.

Collecting Focus

The 1851-C stands out, a masterpiece available under $5,000. Other dates, scarcer but equally alluring, offer variety in your collection.

Gold Dollar Coins

A challenging year with striking difficulties, the 1855-C is a unique addition. Despite weaknesses, coins with good eye appeal can be found in the $6,500-$8,500 range.

Type Two - 1855-C

Encounter the final design in 1857 and 1859. Despite production challenges, the 1859-C is an affordable type coin, costing $5,000-$7,000 as of 2023.

Type Three - 1857 & 1859

As a trio, Charlotte gold dollars can be yours for $16,500-$20,500. Balancing affordability and rarity, they enrich your collection with historical significance.

Charlotte Gold Dollars

Two types grace the quarter eagle series. The 1838-C, a first-year rarity, demands $15,000-$35,000. The Liberty Head design, spanning 1840-1860.

Charlotte Quarter Eagles

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