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.
CAC approved. S.S. Central America. 20F No Serif, Right S. Very attractive and right on the edge of mint state. Well struck with rich orange-gold luster and no serious abrasions. Housed in a PCGS Gold Foil holder and comes with the elaborate faux book entitled, "America's Greatest Treasure Ship".
Open 3. Crisp luster and nice eye appeal.
Well struck and lustrous. Very nice for the grade.
Very well struck with blazing mint luster and only a few very minor marks. A true rarity in this lofty grade!
CAC approved. Fantastic quality with a needle-sharp strike and pristine surfaces. The luster is intense and a beautiful orange-gold color. A lot of 'type' collectors prefer a mintmarked coin and this one is exceptional!
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.
Flashy gold luster with a great strike and beautiful clean surfaces.
CAC approved. Spectacular blazing gold luster with an orange peel hue. My favorite St. Gaudens date because they come so nice!
Much nicer than the typical 65 with super flashy luster and clean, nearly mark-free surfaces.
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.