PCGS $20 Double Eagles (Liberty 1850-1907)
APMEX offers a superb selection of Certified $20 Liberty Double Eagles.
The California gold rush prompted Congress to authorize the mintage of the $20 Double Eagle. It offers the highest gold content of any regular issue U.S. gold coin of its time period and possesses one of the most visually captivating reverses of any U.S. coin.
The obverse features a classic Greek rendition of Lady Liberty, while the reverse depicts a fearless eagle with wings extended to their full span.
Beginning in 1849, the $20 Double Eagle was minted in three types: the Type I “No Motto” variety, the Type II variety with “Twenty D” on the reverse and the Type III variety with “Twenty Dollars” fully spelled out.
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With a mintage of just over 1 million at 1,170,261 pieces, this is a rarer coin as most would expect a first year of issue to be coming from this time period. It is suspected that most, if not all $20.00 Double Eag.... Read More
This Type 1 variety contains .9675 oz of pure Gold and shows nice, even wear. This coin was around during the U.S. Civil War! Read More
These coins are typically found circulated and this coin has average wear for the grade. These coins become very expensive in any grade of MS-60 or above! Read More
This 1883 Liberty Double Eagle would make an excellent addition to any collection of Pre-1933 Gold coins. Read More