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MS-63 Liberty Gold Double Eagle, 1850-1907

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  • Title: MS-63 Liberty Gold Double Eagle, 1850-1907
  • Purity: 0.9
  • Metal: Gold
  • Weight: 1.1792

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The $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle was minted from 1850 to 1907. Although the coins have a face value of $20, they were rarely ever used in personal transactions. Instead, they were used by banks and for international commerce. Because so many of these gold coins were held in European banks, many them survived the U.S.’s melting of gold coins.

The coins offered here are common date coins, meaning that the coin you receive could be from any year, 1850-1907, chosen at random. If you would like a certain year, please let us know, and we will try to honor your request. These coins are in Mint State-63 condition and have only minimal imperfections.


The design, created by U.S. Mint Chief Engraver Longacre, features Lady Liberty on the obverse. This rendition of the iconic American figure was given a Greco-Roman style. Around Liberty are 13 stars. The year is shown below the portrait.


One of the most beautiful eagle designs featured on a U.S. coin’s reverse is this heraldic eagle standing upright with wings outstretched, behind a striped shield. The eagle holds an ornate banner with the motto ‘E Pluribus Unum.’ In its talons, it holds arrows on one side and an olive branch on the other. Above the eagle are the sun’s rays, with the motto ‘In God We Trust’ between the rays and the eagle and surrounded by 13 stars. Also on the reverse is the face value of ‘Twenty Dollars’ and the words ‘United States of America.

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