With nearly a full ounce of gold, these Twenty Dollar Gold Coins or Double Eagles are extremely popular. The Liberty Head design was used from 1849 to 1897
The famous French sculptor, Augustus Saint Gaudens, was commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt to reinvigorate or gold coins and the St. Gaudens Twenty Dollar Gold Coins of 1907 to 1933 were his crowning achievement
Scarce and rare dates abound in both the Liberty Head and the St. Gaudens Twenty Dollar Gold Coin series.
Solid detail with pleasing surfaces that have none of the heavy marks that plague early 'Twenties'.
Nice for the grade with fewer marks than normal and luster remaining.
Exceptionally clean surfaces as these early 'Twenties' tend to come with excessive bag marks.
Well struck with vibrant yellow-gold luster and far fewer marks than you'd anticipate for the grade. A tough early Type-1 'Twenty'. PCGS has only graded 25 mint state coins and with 'crack-outs', the true number of mint state survivors is certainly less!
CAC. Flashy mint luster and a sharp strike with strong eye appeal. Very hard to detect any sign of wear and thus a coin many collectors and dealers would grade mint state!
CAC. One of the scarcer P-mint 'Twenty-Libs'. This example is very close to mint state with strong detail and lustrous yellow-gold surfaces.
Well struck and lustrous with none of the heavy abrasions that tend to plague CC 'Twenties'.
Rich lustrous surfaces and a sharp strike with minimal abrasions for the grade. A very attractive example of this popular Carson City 'Twenty' and a coin that seems conservatively graded.
CAC. Well struck with very flashy original gold luster off semi proof-like surfaces. Outstanding for the grade with far fewer marks than typically seen. A very tough find with CAC approval as nearly 400 have graded MS-61 at PCGS and NGC with just 20 gaining a CAC sticker!
Flashy lustrous surfaces and a sharp strike. A great looking Carson City 'Twenty' that barely misses a mint state grade!
CAC. A beautiful original piece with lustrous surfaces that are problem-free and offer excellent eye appeal.
A modest 283,000 minted with very few high grade survivors.
CAC. Very nearly mint state with crisp luster, a sharp strike, and just the barest touch of 'rub'.
CAC. A lustrous Choice AU with a sharp strike, just a touch of wear, and no heavy marks.
CAC. Nice original lustrous surfaces and a sharp strike. Just 27,265 minted with this example being just a breath away from a mint state designation.
Sharply struck with rich lustrous yellow-gold surfaces and minimal abrasions.
CAC. Booming luster and a great strike with nearly mark-free surfaces. A great choice for a quality 'type' set.
A beautiful 'plus' designated Gem with satiny luster and nearly mark-free surfaces. A great choice for a quality type set!
A spectacular sunburst gold patina coats this wonderful Premium Gem. The strike is needle-sharp and the surfaces reveal very few and very minor marks. But it is the fantastic eye appeal that makes this beautiful coin special!
Impressive deep mirrored fields and nicely frosted design features give this flashy proof a desirable 'cameo' effect. The color is a beautiful yellow-gold with no spots or inconsistencies. A coin that doesn't appear to have any sign of circulation but possibly slid around in an early collectors cabinet or saw a touch of friction from being taken in and out of an album. This coin has the eye appeal and initial appearance of a Proof-63 although, with close inspection, the 58 grade is accurate. A mere 98 minted with an estimated 55 to 65 survivors.