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$5 Gold Liberty
The $5 Gold Liberty series is one of the oldest in U.S. currency. Its roots date back to the 1792 passage of the Coinage Act, which authorized the official creation of the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. Three years later, the first in the series was minted, marking the beginning of gold coin production in the young country. The $5 Gold Liberty series underwent several changes in the period between 1795 and 1908, when the $5 Indian Head replaced it. As a result, there is much to interest collectors in the series, including many rare years. As well, those interested in buying $5 Gold Liberty mintage for investment purposes will enjoy certain privacy benefits, too. Whatever your reason for buying, you’ll find a wide selection of high-quality $5 Gold Liberty mintage in the Mint State Gold online store. Check out our current inventory below.... [ Read More ]