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1911-D $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MS-65 PCGS

1911-D $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MS-65 PCGS

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MS-65

Population

The total number of coins graded by a specific grading service for a particular coin and grade combination.

2,675

Graded Higher

The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.

915

Mintage

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.

846,500

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This beautiful rendition of Lady Liberty is a favorite of investors and collectors alike. PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services, has guaranteed the Gem Brilliant Mint State-65 condition of this coin, adding collectibility to the beloved design.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .9675 oz of Gold.
  • PCGS encapsulation authenticates and protects the MS-65 condition of the coin.
  • Obverse: Shows Lady Liberty striding in front of the sun's rays with a burning torch in one hand and an olive branch in her other hand.
  • Reverse: Features a majestic bald eagle in flight with "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "TWENTY DOLLARS" above.
  • Designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and minted from 1907-1933.
  • U.S. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia, Denver or San Francisco.


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1911-D Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle MS-65 PCGS
Augustus Saint-Gaudens was commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt in early 1905 to create a new design for the Gold Double Eagle, which had been minted since 1849. Saint-Gaudens' design is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful ever to grace an American coin.

Unfortunately, Saint-Gaudens passed away in August 1907 before the design could be completed. Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, Charles E. Barber, was tasked with making some modifications to the original sketches and putting the design into production.

The result was a stunning coin that is highly sought after by collectors and investors today. The Gold Double Eagle was minted from 1907 until 1933 when President Franklin Roosevelt recalled all Gold Coins from circulation because of the Great Depression. These rare surviving coins are highly prized by collectors today.
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Coin ID 9158
Population

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.

2,675
Grade MS-65
Graded Higher

The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.

915
Mint Mark D - Denver
Mintage

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination

846,500

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