$5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle XF Condition

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  • Title: $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle XF Condition
  • Purity: .900
  • Metal: Gold
  • Weight: 8.36g

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The $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle was designed by Christian Gobrecht and is known as the "Liberty Head or "Coronet head". The reverse design remained largely the same, although the value was changed from "5 D." to "Five D." Its weight was virtually the same, 8.359 grams, but the diameter was reduced one final time, to 21.6 mm, in 1840, for a gold content of 0.242 Troy Oz. This design was used for nearly 70 years, from 1839 to 1908, with a modest change in 1866, when "In God We Trust" was placed on the reverse above the eagle. It holds the distinction of being the only coin of a single design to be minted at seven U.S. Mints: Philadelphia, Dahlonega, Charlotte, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carson City, and Denver. 


Inspired from Coronet-type Large cent. The front face features the Lady Liberty encircled by 13 stars, inscribed with a date below.


One of the most fascinating eagle designs on any U.S. coin. It shows a bald eagle clutching three arrows and an olive branch in its talons.

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  • Choices available:
  • $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Cleaned or Polished
  • $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle XF Condition
  • $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle AU Condition
  • $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle BU Condition
  • Type: Liberty Gold Eagle
  • Face Value: $5
  • Composition: 90% gold, 10% copper

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