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.
S.S. Central America. 20A Spiked Shield. Here's a nice mint state Type-1 "Twenty" from the S.S. Central America Shipwreck Hoard. It has the special PCGS gold foil label and comes with the elaborate faux book entitled, "America's Greatest Treasure Ship". The coin itself has rich orange-gold luster, a great strike and fabulous mint 'bloom".
CAC. Beautiful flashy yellow-gold luster and a sharp strike.
A nice coin for the grade with flashy gold luster.
A pleasing final-year $20 Liberty with a sharp strike and crisp mint luster.
The 349,500 coin mintage is about half that of the 'No Motto' variety. This example is well stuck with satiny orange-gold luster and strong eye appeal. NGC has graded only 7 coins finer than this Gem.
Flashy yellow-gold luster and a sharp strike.
Rich orange-gold luster, a great strike, and very clean surfaces. A common coin in average grades but truly scarce in Gem. Only 7 have graded better than this beautiful coin at NGC.
Well struck with intense orange-gold luster and very clean surfaces. A common date in low-end mint state grades but truly scarce in Gem.
Very well struck with gold-orange luster. A popular better date 'Saint'.
CAC approved. Spectacular blazing gold luster with an orange peel hue. A favorite date with collectors because it's a 'D' mint and also because they come with such wonderful color and flash.
Well struck with intense orange-gold luster. Very nice!
From a mintage of just over 3 million, perhaps a thousand coins escaped the Treasury's melting pot. This example has nice orange-gold luster and a solid strike. There are scattered marks, but the surfaces are much cleaner than usually seen on a MS-60.
From a mintage of just over 3 million coins, perhaps a thousand survived the Treasury's melting pot. This example has rich yellow-gold luster and a sharp strike with only scattered minor marks. The assigned grade is very conservative as this very attractive coin compares favorably with 'Saints' in MS-63 holders. This fresh scarce date gold piece, just graded by PCGS, will make an exciting addition to a quality collection!