About the $1 Type I Liberty Head Coin
Own a coin that's becoming harder to find. This Type I $1 Liberty Head coin was first issued in 1489 and was in production until 1854. Like many pre-1933 coins, large quantities of these coins were melted down in the Great Depression, which means they're highly collectible.
This coin contains 0.0483 oz. of gold and was designed by James B. Longacre. On the obverse, you'll find a left-facing Liberty head wearing a headband with the word Liberty on it. On the reverse, you'll find the denomination, year of issue, and the words "United States of America."
What makes this coin a good buy?
Type I Gold Dollars like this one tend to perform very well with collectors when they're in top notch condition. The coin you'll receive will be in great condition regardless of the year, which means you will be well-positioned to take advantage of future growth in the numismatics market.
If you're excited about investing in the worth of collectibles this is a great choice for your precious metals portfolio. And, of course, if you're a collector in your own right you may just find the next big deal in your collection right here!