The silver dollar has been one of America’s most popular coins throughout its history. As the largest silver coin...Read More
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The history of pre-1933 US gold coins date all the way back to the end of the 18th century. The Coinage Act of 1792 was the legislation that first sanctioned the production of U.S. coinage. However, production of gold coins really began with the half eagle ($5) and eagle ($10) in 1795. Throughout the early history of the United States, Gold coins served as currency until their confiscation in the early 1930s.
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Throughout the years, as the United States expanded, gold coins were struck at 7 different mints ranging from Philadelphia to San Francisco. Below are a few of the most popular Pre-1933 Gold coins Available. Click on the arrow to learn More: