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Considered by many collectors to be the most beautiful gold coin ever struck, and certainly the most popular of all U.S. coin designs, $20 Saint-Gaudens double-eagles are always in extremely high demand by collectors and investors alike. As the las...

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U.S. Saint-Gaudens "Double Eagle" $20 Gold Coin
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Until 1849, the U.S. Mint produced only $2.50, $5 and $10 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. In January 1850,...

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U.S. Liberty Head "Double Eagle" $20 Gold Coin
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Referred to as the Liberty Eagle, the US $10 gold piece depicts the crowned image of Lady Liberty on the obverse, surrounded by 13 stars representing the original 13 colonies. On the reverse is the traditional bald eagle image, with a shield on its b...

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U.S. Liberty $10 Gold Coin
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Minted from 1907 to 1933, $10 Indian Head gold eagles are a constant favorite among collectors because of their fascinating design and exceptional beauty. Designed by the world famous American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who also created the cov...

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U.S. Indian Head $10 Gold Coin
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The 19th Century was the "Gold Coin Century". Almost every nation in the World struck their version of "Real Money". Coins were minted in all sizes, some less than 1/10 oz., others well over an ounce, but most popular worldwide were coins that conta...

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U.S. Liberty Head "Half Eagle" $5 Gold Coin
First struck in 1908, Indian Head $5 gold half-eagles, along with their Indian Head $2.50 gold quarter-eagle brethren, are perhaps the most unique and fascinating coins ever minted in the United States. And at today’s prices, they’re an absolute barg...

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U.S. Indian Head $5 Gold Coin
Modeled after the Coronet-type Large Cent (1816-1857), Christian Gobrecht's Quarter Eagle design continued unchanged for 33 years, longer than any other design in the history of American gold coinage. The obverse contains a bust of the crowned image ...

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U.S. Liberty Head "Quarter Eagle" $2.5 Gold Coin
First struck in 1908, Indian Head $5 gold half-eagles, along with their Indian Head $2.50 gold quarter-eagle brethren, are perhaps the most unique and fascinating coins ever minted in the United States. And at today’s prices, they’re an absolute barg...

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U.S. Indian Head $2.5 Gold Coin