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US $20 Saint Gaudens 1924 PCGS MS62

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Country United States
Type $20 Saint Gaudens
Metal Gold
Mint No
Denomination $20
Grading Service PCGS
Grade MS62


US $20 Saint Gaudens 1924 PCGS MS62

Sku: P09177.62/1205513

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A favorite among investors and collectors, this 1924 Saint Gaudens is an ideal investment for anyone... in a rare first-generation “Rattler” PCGS green holder (OGH), and graded Choice MS62 by PCGS, this gold Double Eagle is a very attractive example from a popular mintage. With ample appeal, this $20 gold piece has a glorious amber glow and stunning velvety luster. Featuring well struck devices and plenty of detail throughout, this handsome Saint Gaudens' stunning appearance borders on the MS63 designation.

What makes this coin even more valuable AND even more appealing is the fact that it's housed in an original, early generation green PCGS holder, referred to as OGH. Because OGH coins were graded during a more conservative period of PCGS' history, the majority are in superior condition to their contemporary counterparts. OGH Coins command a premium price above their counterparts because the coins in these holders are known to upgrade one, even two grades when resubmitted to PCGS.

Minted from 1907-1933, these $20 gold coins, known as St. Gaudens Double Eagles are considered by many to be the most beautiful type of U.S. coin ever minted. Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the first sculptor to ever design an American coin. In late 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt called upon the renowned American sculptor to redesign the U.S. $20 Gold Double Eagle coin. Roosevelt’s desire was for American coins to be as beautiful as the coins of ancient Greece.

Production of the Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle coins continued from 1907 until 1933, with a brief two year hiatus from 1917-1918. More than half a century after production ceased on the magnificent gems, the U.S. mint bestowed an incredible honor upon The Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle in 1986 when they decided to place the design on the obverse (front) of the American Eagle gold bullion coin, the United States #1 gold coin produced today!

The coin pictured is the exact coin you will receive. A 1924 Saint Gaudens $20 gold Double Eagle, graded MS62 by PCGS with Certification number P09177.62/1205513. PCGS graded coins are sonically sealed in a protective, tamper-evident PCGS NumisCap holder. A special label within the holder indicates the coin's certification number, grade, date, denomination, unique bar code and pedigree if applicable.

100% SATISFACTION, RISK FREE, 15 DAY RETURN POLICY … Mint State Gold is so confident that our numismatic products are of the highest quality (and even better in person than represented by the online descriptions and pictures) that we offer a RISK FREE, 15 DAY RETURN POLICY. Take a full 15 days to inspect your numismatic coins and see for yourself that they are everything we say they say are! If for ANY reason you are not 100% thrilled with your purchase just let us know. We’ll take it back and even pay return shipping costs, plus issue a FULL REFUND. No questions… No re-stocking fees… No shipping fees… No fine print... No excuses… Love it or send it back. Period!


The item pictured is the exact item you will receive. The US $20 Saint Gaudens 1924 PCGS MS62. PCGS graded coins are sonically sealed in a protective, tamper-evident PCGS NumisCap holder. A special label within the holder indicates the coin's certification number, grade, date, denomination, unique bar code and pedigree if applicable.


RETURNS: 100% SATISFACTION, RISK FREE, 14 DAY RETURN POLICY … Mint State Gold is so confident that our numismatic products are of the highest quality (and even better in person than represented by the online descriptions and pictures) that we offer a RISK FREE, 14 DAY RETURN POLICY. Take a full 14 days to inspect your numismatic coins and see for yourself that they are everything we say they are! If for ANY reason you are not 100% thrilled with your purchase just let us know. We’ll take it back and even pay return shipping costs, plus issue a FULL REFUND. No questions… No re-stocking fees… No shipping fees… No fine print… No excuses… Love it or send it back. Period!

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