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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Wass Molitor & Co. series of Pioneer & Territorial Gold in the U.S. Coins contains 9 distinct entries with CPG® values between $6,250.00 and $672,000.00.
The gold-smelting and assaying plant of Wass, Molitor & Co. was operated by two Hungarians, Count S.C. Wass and A.P. Molitor. They maintained an excellent laboratory and complete apparatus for analysis and coinage of gold. The company struck five-, ten-, twenty-, and fifty-dollar coins. In 1852 they produced a ten dollar piece similar in design to the five-dollar denomination. The difference is in the reverse legend, which reads: S.M.V. [Standard Mint Value] CALIFORNIA GOLD TEN D. No pieces were coined in 1853 or 1854, but they brought out the twenty- and fifty-dollar pieces in 1855. A considerable number of the fifty-dollar coins were made. There was a ten-dollar piece issued in 1855 also, with the Liberty head and small close date.

Catalog Detail

  Wass Molitor & Co. Value Range Favorite
Wass Molitor & Co. Value Range  
1852 $5 Wass Molitor & Co., Small Head MS
$19,200
-
$187,200
$19,200 - $187,200
1852 $5 Wass Molitor & Co., Large Head MS
$19,200
-
$121,000
$19,200 - $121,000
1852 $10 Wass Molitor & Co., Small Head MS
$6,250
-
$33,000
$6,250 - $33,000
1852 $10 Wass Molitor & Co., Large Head MS
$7,500
-
$103,700
$7,500 - $103,700
1852 $10 Wass Molitor & Co., Close Date MS
$90,000
-
$90,000
$90,000 - $90,000
1855 $10 Wass Molitor & Co., K-6 MS
$12,600
-
$79,200
$12,600 - $79,200
1855 $20 Wass Molitor & Co., Small Head, K-7 MS
$42,000
-
$144,000
$42,000 - $144,000
1855 $20 Wass Molitor & Co., Large Head, K-8 MS
$570,000
-
$672,000
$570,000 - $672,000

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1855 $50 Wass Molitor & Co., Large Head, K-9 MS
$38,400
-
$612,000
$38,400 - $612,000
       

Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the Wass Molitor & Co. series of Pioneer & Territorial Gold in the U.S. Coins contains 9 distinct entries with CPG® values between $6,250.00 and $672,000.00.
The gold-smelting and assaying plant of Wass, Molitor & Co. was operated by two Hungarians, Count S.C. Wass and A.P. Molitor. They maintained an excellent laboratory and complete apparatus for analysis and coinage of gold. The company struck five-, ten-, twenty-, and fifty-dollar coins. In 1852 they produced a ten dollar piece similar in design to the five-dollar denomination. The difference is in the reverse legend, which reads: S.M.V. [Standard Mint Value] CALIFORNIA GOLD TEN D. No pieces were coined in 1853 or 1854, but they brought out the twenty- and fifty-dollar pieces in 1855. A considerable number of the fifty-dollar coins were made. There was a ten-dollar piece issued in 1855 also, with the Liberty head and small close date.

Catalog Detail