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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $2.50 Classic Head Gold series of Gold Coinage in the U.S. Coins contains 21 distinct entries with CPG® values between $390.00 and $195,800.00.
In 1834, a ribbon binding Liberty's hair, bearing the word LIBERTY, replaced the liberty cap. The motto was omitted from the reverse. In 1840 a coronet and smaller head were designed to conform with the appearance of the larger gold coins.

Catalog Detail

  $2.50 Classic Head Gold Value Range Favorite
$2.50 Classic Head Gold Value Range  
Classic Head Quarter Eagle $2 1/2 Classic Head, 1834-1839 MS Type Coin
$390
-
$72,000
$390 - $72,000
1834 $2 1/2 Classic Head MS
$390
-
$54,000
$390 - $54,000
1834 $2 1/2 Classic Head MS PL
$2,610
-
$59,400
$2,610 - $59,400
1835 $2 1/2 MS
$390
-
$78,000
$390 - $78,000
1835 $2 1/2 HM-1 MS
-
 
1835 $2 1/2 HM-2 MS
-
 
1835 $2 1/2 HM-3 MS
$390
-
$78,000
$390 - $78,000
1836 $2 1/2 Block 8 MS
$390
-
$108,000
$390 - $108,000
1836 $2 1/2 Block 8, HM-8 MS
$390
-
$108,000
$390 - $108,000
1836 $2 1/2 Script 8 MS
$390
-
$54,000
$390 - $54,000
1837 $2 1/2 MS
$468
-
$79,200
$468 - $79,200
1838 $2 1/2 MS
$390
-
$72,000
$390 - $72,000
1838-C $2 1/2 MS
$4,750
-
$144,000
$4,750 - $144,000
1838-C $2 1/2 HM-1 MS
$4,750
-
$144,000
$4,750 - $144,000

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1839 $2 1/2 MS
$1,020
-
$66,000
$1,020 - $66,000
1839-C $2 1/2 MS
$4,000
-
$102,000
$4,000 - $102,000
1839/8-C $2 1/2 HM-1 MS
$9,080
-
$122,400
$9,080 - $122,400
1839-C $2 1/2 HM-2 MS
$9,080
-
$122,400
$9,080 - $122,400
1839-C $2 1/2 HM-3 MS
-
 
1839-D $2 1/2 MS
$3,250
-
$195,800
$3,250 - $195,800
1839-O $2 1/2 MS
$1,560
-
$186,000
$1,560 - $186,000
       

Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $2.50 Classic Head Gold series of Gold Coinage in the U.S. Coins contains 21 distinct entries with CPG® values between $390.00 and $195,800.00.
In 1834, a ribbon binding Liberty's hair, bearing the word LIBERTY, replaced the liberty cap. The motto was omitted from the reverse. In 1840 a coronet and smaller head were designed to conform with the appearance of the larger gold coins.

Catalog Detail