1857-S $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle MS-62 PCGS CAC (SS Cen. Am)

1857-S $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle MS-62 PCGS CAC (SS Cen. Am)

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This S.S. Central America shipwreck 1857-S $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle has been certified as MS-62 by PCGS and approved by CAC. This highly collectible coin is a great addition to any numismatic collection!

Coin Highlights:
  • Struck in .900 fine Gold.
  • Authenticated and graded MS-62 by PCGS.
  • Designed by James B. Longacre.
  • This slab includes a pinch of California Gold dust certified by Chief Scientist Bob Evans.
  • Obverse: Depicts a bust of Liberty with 13 stars around the perimeter. The date is at the bottom.
  • Reverse: Features an eagle with its wings spread and a shield in front of its breast. The mint mark is located just above the denomination.
  • This coin is Type-1 as the denomination is abbreviated “TWENTY D.”
  • This coin was minted in San Francisco and carries the “S” mint mark.

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This coin will make a great addition to any collection. Add this 1857-S $20 Lib Gold S.S. Central America No Serif Right S coin to your cart today!

S.S. Central America
The S.S. Central America was a sidewheel paddle steamboat that sailed between various countries in Central America and New York and other ports on the East Coast of the U.S. During a hurricane, the ship sunk and 420 passengers and crew went down with the ship. The ship also lost over 30,000 pounds of Gold coins and bars.

Own a piece of the California Gold Rush known today as “America’s lost treasure.” It is part of the coins minted in San Francisco then put on the ill-fated S.S. Central America which set sail for New York City. The ship encountered a fierce hurricane off the East Coast, sank and remained beneath the Atlantic Ocean off the Carolinas for the next 130 years.

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