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1877-1907 20 Dollar Gold Liberty with Motto Double Eagle NGC/PCGS MS65
1877-1907 Wild West "Motto" $20 Double Eagles!
The longest running series of $20 gold coins, the Liberty Double Eagle -- often referred to simply as "Double Eagles" -- originated during the years of the great California Gold Rush, and was struck from 1850 until 1907. Originally, they were struck without the motto now seen on U.S. currency, "In God We Trust," and with a shortened denomination -- rather than striking the full "Twenty Dollars" on the reverse, the U.S. Mint simply shortened it to "Twenty D." The motto would be added in 1866, but the full denomination wouldn't appear on Double Eagles until 1877. Hence, these $20 Gold Liberty Double Eagles are known as "Type 3" Double Eagles by collectors.
Just imagine where these coins have been since they were first struck in Pennsylvania more than 100 years ago! They may have traveled to the Wild West, where Double Eagles were often preferred to their much larger paper currency counterparts due to their size and gold content. Struck in nearly a full ounce of gold -- .96750 ounces, to be exact -- you'd certainly look impressive slapping one of these down on a counter.
Plus, these coins have survived in remarkable condition, graded and sealed in a protective holder by either Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as Mint State-65 (MS65) condition. (Date varies between 1877-1907. Grading service varies between NGC and PCGS.)
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|Year of Issue||(Date Our Choice)|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||33.43 Grams - g|