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1907-D 5 Dollar Gold Liberty NGC MS62 w/Motto
1907-D $5 Gold Liberty NGC MS62
This high-grade Mint State-62 (MS62) $5 Gold Liberty was struck at the Denver Mint in 1907. Only two dates in the $5 Gold Liberty Half Eagle series were struck at the new U.S. Branch Mint in Denver. The first was in 1906, and this 1907 date is the second and last date struck there. In addition it's the second to the last date in the entire series that was first struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1839 and last struck at that same mint in 1908.
All uncirculated coins grade between MS60 and MS70. For gold coins, the MS62 grade is one highly sought after by collectors. MS62 coins show strong original mint luster, solid strikes, and a minimum of distracting marks. Also important, they're just one grade shy of MS63, and many gold coins take a significant price jump when they reach the next higher grade. This coin was assigned the MS62 grade by numismatic experts at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), one of the leading independent coin certification companies.
This last Denver Mint $5 Gold Liberty makes a great single-coin addition to your collection. It also first nicely into a 12-piece U.S. Mint Gold Coin Type set. Order it today!
|Year of Issue||1907|
|Mint Name||Denver - D|
|Coin Weight||8.39 Grams - g|