Pre-1933 Gold Coins

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  1. Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value MS-64

    Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value  MS-64
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    • 1 - 19
      $1,766.44
      $1,819.43
    • 20 - 49
      $1,736.44
      $1,788.53
    • 50 or more
      $1,706.44
      $1,757.63
    In 1905, while touring the Smithsonian Institute, President Theodore Roosevelt marveled at the ancient Greek coinage on display and asked himself why American coinage seemed so "bland." Compared to Greek coinage, Roosevelt felt that our nation's coins were "artistically of atrocious hideousness." The beauty of the classic Greek coins crystallized his decision to launch new designs for the whole range of U.S. coins. View More
  2. Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value MS-63

    Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value  MS-63
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    • 1 - 19
      $2,295.00
      $2,363.85
    • 20 - 49
      $2,265.00
      $2,332.95
    • 50 or more
      $2,235.00
      $2,302.05
    In 1905, while touring the Smithsonian Institute, President Theodore Roosevelt marveled at the ancient Greek coinage on display and asked himself why American coinage seemed so "bland." Compared to Greek coinage, Roosevelt felt that our nation's coins were "artistically of atrocious hideousness." The beauty of the classic Greek coins crystallized his decision to launch new designs for the whole range of U.S. coins. View More
  3. Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value MS-62

    Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value  MS-62
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    • 1 - 19
      $200.00
      $206.00
    • 20 - 49
      $170.00
      $175.10
    • 50 or more
      $140.00
      $144.20
    In 1905, while touring the Smithsonian Institute, President Theodore Roosevelt marveled at the ancient Greek coinage on display and asked himself why American coinage seemed so "bland." Compared to Greek coinage, Roosevelt felt that our nation's coins were "artistically of atrocious hideousness." The beauty of the classic Greek coins crystallized his decision to launch new designs for the whole range of U.S. coins. View More
  4. Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value MS-61

    Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1907 - 1933) ~ $20 Face Value  MS-61
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    • 1 - 19
      $1,801.44
      $1,855.48
    • 20 - 49
      $1,771.44
      $1,824.58
    • 50 or more
      $1,741.44
      $1,793.68
    In 1905, while touring the Smithsonian Institute, President Theodore Roosevelt marveled at the ancient Greek coinage on display and asked himself why American coinage seemed so "bland." Compared to Greek coinage, Roosevelt felt that our nation's coins were "artistically of atrocious hideousness." The beauty of the classic Greek coins crystallized his decision to launch new designs for the whole range of U.S. coins. View More
  5. Liberty Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1849-1907) ~ $20 Face Value MS-65

    Liberty Double Eagle Coins - 1 oz. (1849-1907) ~ $20 Face Value  MS-65
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    • 1 - 19
      $3,795.00
      $3,908.85
    • 20 - 49
      $3,745.00
      $3,857.35
    • 50 or more
      $3,695.00
      $3,805.85
    Until 1849, the U.S. Mint produced only $10, $5 and $2.50 Liberty Eagle coins. The discovery of Gold at Sutter's Mill and the ensuing California Gold Rush, however, soon prompted Congress to authorize the mintage of the legendary $20 Double Eagle Liberty Gold coin.
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  6. Liberty Eagle Coins - 0.48375 oz. (1838-1907) ~ $10 Face Value

    Liberty Eagle Coins - 0.48375 oz. (1838-1907) ~ $10 Face Value
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    • 1 - 19
      $865.58
      $891.55
    • 20 - 49
      $860.58
      $886.40
    • 50 or more
      $855.58
      $881.25
    Designed by Christian Gobrecht, the $10 Liberty Head was produced continuously from 1838 to 1907 with each coin containing just under a ᄑ ounce of gold. View More
  7. Liberty Half Eagle Coins - 0.24187 oz. (1839-1907) ~ $5 Face Value MS-64

    Liberty Half Eagle Coins - 0.24187 oz. (1839-1907) ~ $5 Face Value  MS-64
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    • 1 - 19
      $987.29
      $1,016.91
    • 20 - 49
      $982.29
      $1,011.76
    • 50 or more
      $977.29
      $1,006.61
    Designed by Christian Gobrecht, the $5 Liberty Head ᄑ Eagle was produced continuously from 1839 to 1908 with each coin containing just under a ᄐ ounce of gold.ᅠ View More
  8. Liberty Half Eagle Coins - 0.24187 oz. (1839-1907) ~ $5 Face Value MS-63

    Liberty Half Eagle Coins - 0.24187 oz. (1839-1907) ~ $5 Face Value  MS-63
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    • 1 - 19
      $627.29
      $646.11
    • 20 - 49
      $622.29
      $640.96
    • 50 or more
      $617.29
      $635.81
    Designed by Christian Gobrecht, the $5 Liberty Head ᄑ Eagle was produced continuously from 1839 to 1908 with each coin containing just under a ᄐ ounce of gold.ᅠ View More
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