Find popular vintage coins to add to your Pre-1933 U.S. Gold collection.
If you love collecting vintage Gold coins
, then you will love Pre-1933 Gold coins designed by renowned artists. Though rare, Pre-1933 American Gold coins available at APMEX include the popular Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin and Gold Indian Head Coins
. As you collect these rare Gold coins, you will enjoy learning about the images on the coins, and the artists who designed them. Buy Pre-1933 U.S. Gold coins, and you are buying a piece of history and art.
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Start your vintage Gold coin collection with a Liberty Gold Double Eagle
. You will appreciate the American Gold coins for their attractive design featuring Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 stars on the obverse of the Gold coins, and a bald eagle with wings extended on the reverse. These rare Gold coins were designed by James B. Longacre, an American portraitist who also served as the Chief Engraver of the United States Mint from 1844 to 1869. Throughout his career, Longacre designed other American coins for the U.S. Mint, including the Indian Head cent and the Flying Eagle cent.
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Every vintage Gold coin collection should also include several Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagles
. Designed as a replacement for the Liberty Gold Double Eagle, this American Gold coin is loved for its beautiful, full-body depiction of Lady Liberty walking while holding an olive branch in one hand and a torch in the other hand. The Gold coin designer, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, was an acclaimed sculptor with a special interest in numismatics commissioned by Theodore Roosevelt to redesign the United States Mint coins. The prized Pre-1933 Gold coins
are highly sought after, and the price of Gold is only part of what determines its value to collectors.
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If you prefer vintage Gold coins that feature Native Americans, the Indian Gold Half Eagle
would make a wonderful addition to your collection. These American Gold coins, designed by Bela Lyon Pratt, depict a strong, masculine Native American in full headdress on the obverse side of the Pre 1933 U.S. Gold coins, and an imposing bald eagle perched on wood on the reverse. Of special note, these vintage Gold coins
are the only coins (along with the $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle) in the history of the United States Mint to feature an incuse or sunken relief design. Not only a Gold coin designer, Pratt was a well-known sculptor mentored by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.