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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $5 Classic Head Gold series of Gold Coinage in the U.S. Coins contains 19 distinct entries with CPG® values between $618.00 and $390,000.00.
In 1834, a new design for the half eagle gold coin was introduced with a ribbon binding Liberty's hair, bearing the word LIBERTY, replaced the previous liberty cap design. The motto was omitted from the reverse. The so-called "Classic Head" series was short lived (1838-1840) with coins struck in Philadelphia, Charlotte, and Dahlonega.

Catalog Detail

  $5 Classic Head Gold Value Range Favorite
$5 Classic Head Gold Value Range  
Classic Head Half Eagle $5 1834-1838 MS Type Coin
$618
-
$132,000
$618 - $132,000
1834 $5 Classic Head, Plain 4 MS
$618
-
$132,000
$618 - $132,000
1834 $5 Classic Head, Plain 4 MS PL
$27,000
-
$54,000
$27,000 - $54,000
1834 $5 Classic Head, Crosslet 4 MS
$1,380
-
$129,600
$1,380 - $129,600
1835 $5 MS
$618
-
$114,000
$618 - $114,000
1835 $5 HM-1 MS
$618
-
$114,000
$618 - $114,000
1836 $5 MS
$618
-
$114,000
$618 - $114,000
1836 $5 HM-5 MS
$618
-
$114,000
$618 - $114,000
1836 $5 HM-6 MS
$618
-
$114,000
$618 - $114,000
1836 $5 HM-8 MS
$618
-
$114,000
$618 - $114,000
1837 $5 MS
$683
-
$276,000
$683 - $276,000
1837 $5 HM-1 MS
$683
-
$276,000
$683 - $276,000
1837 $5 HM-2 MS
$683
-
$276,000
$683 - $276,000
1837 $5 HM-3 MS
-
 
1838 $5 MS
$683
-
$338,400
$683 - $338,400
1838-C $5 MS
$5,630
-
$390,000
$5,630 - $390,000
1838-C $5 HM-2 MS
$5,630
-
$390,000
$5,630 - $390,000

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1838-D $5 MS
$4,750
-
$171,600
$4,750 - $171,600
1838-D $5 HM-1 MS
$4,750
-
$171,600
$4,750 - $171,600
       

Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $5 Classic Head Gold series of Gold Coinage in the U.S. Coins contains 19 distinct entries with CPG® values between $618.00 and $390,000.00.
In 1834, a new design for the half eagle gold coin was introduced with a ribbon binding Liberty's hair, bearing the word LIBERTY, replaced the previous liberty cap design. The motto was omitted from the reverse. The so-called "Classic Head" series was short lived (1838-1840) with coins struck in Philadelphia, Charlotte, and Dahlonega.

Catalog Detail