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1854/1854 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle VF Details PCGS

1854/1854 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle VF Details PCGS

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Very Fine

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Mintage

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19th century Small Date variety with a clearly repunched date. This neat overdate that is seldom available.


Not noted on the holder, the date is clearly repunched, visible beneath the flag of the 1 and above the 5 and 4. Early Type 1 (1850-1866) $20 Gold Liberty Double Eagle that was designed by James B. Longacre. Containing .9675 oz of Gold, this coin has been authenticated and graded as Very Fine-details/Rim Damage by PCGS.

As you continue to browse APMEX, you will find our multi-million dollar rare coin and bullion inventory contains Pre-1933 US Gold, rare coins, numismatic rarities, and Silver dollars for both the novice and the expert. APMEX, one of the leading Precious Metals dealers in the country, specializes in PCGS and NGC graded coins.

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Coin ID 8911
Population

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

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Grade Very Fine
Graded Higher

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Mint Mark Not Shown - Philadelphia
Mintage

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

757,899

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