Five Dollar Gold Coin
American Photographer Mark Fisher
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Liberty Head Five Dollar gold coins in average condition
are worth more than gold melt prices.
There are many rare dates scattered throughout the series
but usually only the most common dates after 1880 are generally seen.
The rarest dates would include the 1875, and
just about all the San Francisco Mint pieces from the 1860's.
One outstanding Liberty Head Five of note would be the
incredible, almost perfect 1894-S from the famed
Louis Elaisberg Collection that brought $18,000
when it first sold at auction in 1982, and just 6 years later, in the summer of 1988,
it again sold at auction - this time for the princely sum of $105,000!
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