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The Dahlonega Mint Page

Introducing the Dahlonega Mint Page, your resource for Gold Coins from Dahlonega, Georgia 1838-1861.

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1838-C-5.00-Obverse GibraltarCoins
1838-C $5.00 now online!

William Kneass, the second Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, was responsible for the beautiful “Classic Head” design – used for only 1 year for the $5.00 gold coins produced at the Charlotte Mint. Learn about the first $5.00 coin minted in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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The Charlotte Mint Page
The Charlotte Mint Page

The Charlotte Mint page is heavy on facts, fun to read, and has awesome photos of coins. Read it and you will laugh, you will cry (well, maybe you won’t cry), and you will know far more than 99.99% of the population about one of the most important treasure assets in the world.

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The Case for Rare Coins
The Case for Rare Coins

The Case for Rare Coins Why Rare Coins Matter in a Precious Metals Portfolio By Timothy O’Fallon   All that Glitters By now, most of you are familiar with the reasons to include a precious metals category in your portfolio. Precious metals give you inflation insurance, a traditional money cash reserve, a private store of […]

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