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Indian Princess America’s Last Circulated Gold Coin With Display Box


Known to collectors as the Indian Princess, Chief Engraver James Barton Longacre’s beautiful $1 gold coin was the last U.S. $1 Gold Coin series to circulate. Many are gone forever due to government recalls and fluctuations in gold prices, but now you can claim an NGC certified Indian Princess coin in an exclusive collector’s presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint. Struck from 1854-1889, this now-rare and historic gold dollar coin is a highly sought treasure you won’t want to miss.The Indian Princess gold dollar coin portrays Lady Liberty in a Native American-inspired headdress on the obverse. The reverse features a wreath of corn, cotton, tobacco and wheat. Wider and flatter than Longacre’s previous two versions, this successful design continued for over 30 years. Your coveted $1 Gold Coin comes secured in a tamper-proof holder with prestigious NGC certification affirming its MS-63 condition and a holographic seal. Plus, you’ll also receive a deluxe wooden display box. Demand is expected to surge, so don’t miss this rare opportunity – order now!

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