Liberty $20 Double Eagles - The California Gold Rush of 1848 prompted Congress to authorize the mintage of the $20 Double Eagle Gold coin. The authorization happened in 1849 and the coin entered circulation as American currency in 1850. It holds the highest Gold content of any regularly issued U.S. Gold coin of its time and the original Liberty design was minted for more than 50 years. This is a one-of-a-kind coin in its uniqueness and its place in history.
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 (1850-1866), the Type II variety with “Twenty D” on the reverse (1866-1876) and the Type III variety with “Twenty Dollars” spelled out (1877-1907). The motto “In God We Trust” was added to the coins in accordance with an 1865 Act of Congress. The Gold coin value with Liberty $20 Double Eagles is high.
The Double Eagle coin is not only rare, but it diversifies any investor's portfolio. Collectors of all experience levels can enjoy one of the many varieties of Double Eagle coins available at APMEX. The various types will help you determine which Pre-1933 Double Eagle coin you desire.
Invest in Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins
Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coins in this category vary in quality so browse our selection and choose the coin you would like to add to your holdings. These, like all Pre-1933 U.S. Gold, have a historical Gold coin value that goes beyond the face value and the value of the Gold content in these coins. APMEX makes it easy to add historical U.S. Gold to your investment portfolio or numismatic collection. Coins of this stature are rare and APMEX carries a wide variety. Double Eagle Liberty coins are some of the most diverse and unique coins at APMEX. With an investment in one of these coins, you will undoubtedly own a Gold coin that has tremendous historical significance.
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