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Pre-33 Gold Bullion

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$5 Liberty Gold Half - AU (Random Year)

Minted from 1838-1907, The $5 Liberty is a must have for any collector or investor.

$361.07 /ea

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$5 Indian Head Gold Half Eagle (AU) 1908-1929

Indian Head $5 Gold Half Eagles were the last Half Eagles produced by the United States Mint, minted between 1908 and 1929, with production being stopped during the First World War. With the abandonment of the gold standard in 1933, multitudes of Gold Half Eagles were melted down -- much of the surviving stock was repatriated from overseas decades later.

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Liberty Head Gold Dollar (Type 1, Low Premium) 1849-1854

Please note -- $1 Gold Dollars are examples of historic United States coinage and are not to be confused with American Gold Eagles, which are modern, non-circulating gold coins produced primarily for buyers who invest in gold bullion. The smallest gold coins made by the United States Mint, $1 Liberty Head Gold Dollars were put into production after the California Gold Rush increased the gold supply of the nation, allowing additional gold coins to be struck.

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$3 Indian Princess Gold Dollar (Type 3, Low Premium) 1856-1889

The Type 2 Gold Dollar Coins were unsatisfactory, with easy wear occurring due to the weak design. The Type 3 Gold Dollar replaced it in 1856. Produced by the United States Mint in Philadelphia and several branch locations, Type 3 Gold Dollars feature an Native American princess in profile, and have always been known as Indian Princess Gold Dollars and were struck until 1889.

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$20 US Mint Double Eagle Liberty Gold Coin

The Double Eagle Liberty coins from the US mint are fabricated of gold under the face value of 20 USD. The double eagle came into existence in 1849 under congress’ authorized legislation. The fine detailing over this much talked about coin is provided by James Barton (also known for Indian head penny)

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