1900 5 Dollar Gold Liberty NGC MS61 w/Motto

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1900 $5 Gold Liberty MS61 NGC

This $5 Gold Liberty Half eagle was struck at the 'Mother Mint' in Philadelphia. It's the first Gold Half Eagle coin to bear a date in the 1900s. The coin grades Mint State-61 (MS61) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC).

Owning a gold coin struck at the Philadelphia Mint is owning a true piece of American Numismatic history. Gold coins were first struck at Philadelphia in 1795. At that time the largest denomination gold coin was $10, and as this coin became known as an 'Eagle' because of the prominent eagle displayed on the reverse. The $5 gold piece was called the 'Half Eagle'.

Securing even one U.S. Vintage gold coin is the quest of many collectors, and this first 1900s $5 Gold Liberty in uncirculated condition fulfills that quest. But once you have one, you'll want more. The next step for many collectors is to assemble a 12-piece U.S. Mint Vintage Gold Coin Type set.

This 1900 $5 gold piece will fit right into the 12-piece set. Order it today!

Year of Issue 1900
Country United States
Composition Gold
Purity 0.9000
Condition Graded
Grade MS61
Denomination 5.00
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name U.S. Mint
Coin Weight 8.39 Grams - g
Dimensions 21.6mm
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