$20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (Jewelry Grade) - Random Date
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Buy $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (Jewelry Grade) - Random Date
The Liberty double eagle is an iconic American gold coin. It was minted from 1850 to 1907 and was the first $20 denomination coin in United States history.
Today, these double eagles are often traded on the basis of their bullion value, meaning the melt value of their gold content. This is especially the case with coins that are heavily worn and described as "cull" or "jewelry grade."
Gainesville Coins is proud to offer these $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (Jewelry Grade) - Random Date coins for the lowest price available!
Each Liberty gold double eagle contains 0.9675 troy ounce of pure gold. Its legal tender face value is $20 and it uses an alloy of .900 fine gold.
The obverse bears James Longacre's design of Lady Liberty facing left. This is often called the "Liberty Head" or simply "Liberty" design. The image embodies many of them traditions of neoclassical artwork. Thirteen stars run along the outer rim. The year-date appears at the bottom of the design.
Longacre also created the reverse design showing a bald eagle in heraldic pose. The issuing country "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" is boldly inscribed at the top rim. The denomination (either "TWENTY DOLLARS" or "TWENTY D.") is placed at the bottom rim. The coin's edge is reeded.
Find the best prices online for pre-1933 gold coins with this offer from GC.
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