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$20 St. Gaudens Double Eagle Gold Coin-NGC/PCGS MS-64 (1907-1933)

$20 St. Gaudens Double Eagle Gold Coin-NGC/PCGS MS-64 (1907-1933)

$2,119.03

A truly spectacular Numismatic coin for collectors or wealth appreciation and diversification, the “$20 Gold St. Gaudens Double Eagle”  is issued in either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64, unless specified at time of purchase.  Each coin will be issued in varied years from 1907-1933 based on our inventory at the time of your order.

The obverse showcases Lady Liberty holding an olive branch and flaming torch in her hands. The phrase “LIBERTY” is inscribed above and the year of mintage is on the side.  The reverse depicts a soaring American eagle, as the sun rises to a new day. Inscriptions include “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and the denomination.

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In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt met with artist sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to task him with redesigning the American gold coins. The image that Saint-Gaudens developed is today considered the most beautiful to ever appear on an American coin.  The depiction of Lady Liberty that Saint-Gaudens developed and refined in 1907-1908 first appeared on the $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle between 1907 and 1933.

Saint-Gaudens’ image of Liberty depicts her in full-figure as she walks forward from the national capital holding her torch aloft. Visible in the design is the US Capitol Building at Liberty’s feet, with 48 stars surrounding Liberty’s image. When Saint-Gaudens designed this coin originally, it included only 46 stars, but in 1912 the addition of Arizona and New Mexico to the Union required the addition of two stars to the design.

On the reverse of all $20 Gold Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Coins is an American bald eagle soaring above the rays of the sun, with the words “United States of America” engraved above it, along with the face value of the coin.

The United States Mint struck the $20 Gold Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle coin between 1907 and 1933. The Denver and San Francisco Mints struck these coins with “D” and “S” mint marks, respectively, while Philadelphia Mint specimens had no mint mark.

 

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