|Face Value:||20 Dollars|
|Mint:||United States Mint|
The Liberty Head $20 double eagle coin was minted between 1849 and 1907. This iconic coin is one of the most recognizable and desirable U.S. gold coins among collectors worldwide. They were minted from .900 fine gold with each coin contains .967 troy oz of pure gold. They are legal tender in the US and have a face value of $20. Dates will be randomly selected depending on available stock and will vary. These coins are in XF condition.
The obverse of the double eagle gold coin features a large left facing portrait of Liberty. There are 13 starts that surround most of the rim. The date is struck right below the portrait and will vary. The reverse of these magnificent $20 gold coins feature James B. Longacre's heraldic eagle design. The title "United States of America" surrounds the top half of the eagle while the denomination of Twenty Dollars is inscribed along the bottom.