1907 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Double Eagle Coin, Mint State Condition, Philadelphia Mint
1907 U.S. Liberty Head Gold Double Eagle Coin,
A 1907 U.S. Gold Double Eagle coin in Mint State condition, with no wear and moderate luster. Minted at the Philadelphia mint (no mintmark). This listing is for the exact coin pictured.Up until 1933, when President Roosevelt demonetized all gold coins, the U.S. produced gold coins in denominations ranging from $1 up to $20. Each denomination had a name, with an "eagle" representing the $10 coin, "double eagle" for the $20, and half eagle for the $5 coin. This double eagle coin was worth $20, and contains an amount of gold equivalent to roughly $20 at the time it was minted. With the price of gold now at over $1000 an ounce, a modern double eagle coin would weigh about 32mg. Specifications: This coin measures 34mm in diameter, weighs 33.4g, and is made of .900 fine gold. The coin will be shipped in a archival-quality Mylar flip with a small info card, secured in a corrugated cardboard safety mailer by Original Skin Coins. If you have any questions about the coin, please send us (O.S.C.) a message and we will respond within 24 hours. This listing is for the exact coin pictured.
- ASIN: B07RHHMJG5
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This, the largest denomination of all regular issue U.S. coins, was authorized by an Act of Congress in 1849. The huge amount of gold being produced out West allowed the minting of larger denomination gold coins, and this $20 Gold Double Eagle became one of the most useful of all gold issues. Especially in the earlier years of issue, a single Gold Double Eagle represented a typical monthly wage for an average worker. In 1866 the motto In God We Trust was added to the reverse above the eagle, though both Motto and No Motto varieties were produced in that same year. This series was struck at the Philadelphia, San Francisco and Carson City mints. This piece come in a mint state 62, and are certified by NGC. The "Coin Images" is for illustration purposes to represent coin type and an indicator of the quality of the item. All coins graded and encapsulated by PCGS or NGC are guaranteed genuine for its weight, purity, metal content and grade. Actual product will vary in date (Date Range: 1877-1907) and serial number.
- ASIN: B00U1U8O0C