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$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin NGC/PCGS MS-64

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The magnificent $20 St. Gaudens Gold Coin, struck from 1907 thru 1933, is the largest U.S. Gold Coin minted for circulation. Each one was made using .9675 ounces of pure gold and is over 1¼ inches in diameter.

Dates of our choice and each coin will be certified by NGC or PCGS in MS-64 condition, which is near gem quality.

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They are highly prized by investors and collectors alike and most coins that were minted have been lost, destroyed or melted. 

These rare coins from the early 1900’s feature the famed walking Liberty design designed by Sculptor Augustus St. Gaudens at the request of President Theodore Roosevelt and is considered by many a miniature work of art. The obverse features Lady Liberty in full figure with a rising sun and the U.S. Capital in the background. The reverse employs a soaring eagle. Due to their impressive size and weight, the $20 St. Gaudens Gold Coin has been one of the most popular of all U.S. Mint Gold Coins.

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Each $20 St. Gaudens Gold piece has been certified by PCGS or NGC and handpicked for exceptional eye appeal for the assigned grade.  Photo is not the coin you will receive. Our choice of dates, mints and grading service.

If you are looking for a specific date, mint, or grading service, please give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 so our Rare Coin Specialists can assist you.


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