These $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagles are Popular Dates with a Mint State Grade of MS62 from either PCGS or NGC. Popular Dates for the $20 Liberty coins range from 1877 – 1907 from either the Philadelphia, San Francisco, Denver, New Orleans, or Carson City mint. Mint State Gold selects the dates and mints you receive and feels confident that you will be very pleased with the selections.
These MS62 coins have some attractive eye appeal with a majority of the original mint luster still present. Clusters of small marks, resulting primarily from decades of transportation and storage are visible. Abrasions are minimal for the grade and these are overall prime examples of uncirculated quality MS62 coins.
The obverse of the $20 Liberty Double Eagle was inspired by the $10 Gold Liberty Eagle and features a left facing image of Lady Liberty donning a coronet inscribed with the word “LIBERTY”, surrounded by 13 stars representing the original 13 states. The reverse boasts one of the most impressive images on any U.S. coin in the form of a dauntless eagle with wings fully spread.
The most recognizable and highly esteemed coin of its day, the $20 Gold Liberty coin was born as a result of the California Gold Rush of 1848. Commonly called Double Eagles, these historical coins were produced continuously from 1849 – 1907 and served as currency in the United States until 1933.
The photo is an example of our $20 Liberty MS62 (Random Year). The coin(s) you receive will be very similar to the one pictured. Mint State Gold is proud to offer only premium coins to our investor and collector clientele. Each coin is hand inspected before sale to make sure customers receive only quality coins at a low price.
PRICING: In the event of extraordinary circumstances, acts of God, natural disasters, or other factors beyond our control, item transactions may need to be amended or cancelled. In the case of an amendment, we will contact you within 1 business day for approval. You will have the option to agree to the changes or cancel the transaction for a full refund.
RETURN POLICY: This item is considered a bullion item and is priced according to daily market rates. Due to market volatility we do not accept returns on these items, but are happy to buy them back at any time based on the current market value when you wish to sell them. Mint State Gold will only purchase bullion items at the current daily market rate (some exclusions apply). Please contact Mint State Gold by Stuppler to receive current buy back prices for specific items.