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AU - 58 1861 P $20 Liberty Head Gold PCGS Certified

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$20 Liberty Head Gold (1849 – 1907) 


This is the largest denomination of all regular United States issues and was authorized to be coined by the Act of March 3, 1849. 


The $20 Liberty Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Carson City, Denver, New Orleans and San Francisco, with three different types: 


Type I (1849 – 1866) Without Motto “In God We Trust” on Reverse. 


Type II (1866 – 1876) With Motto “In God We Trust” Above the Eagle. 


Type III (1876 – 1907) With Motto “In God We Trust” Value spelled TWENTY DOLLARS. 


The $20 Liberty Head Gold coins are highly prized by investors and collectors alike and most coins that were minted have been lost, destroyed or melted.


The famed 1861 $20 Liberty Head Paquet Reverse MS – 61, auctioned in 2014 for $1,645,000.00!


This is one of the rare chances that you can get the same date as the Paquet Reverse for a fraction of the price. 


Although this coin is not a Paquet Reverse, the 1861 date is a prized dated for collectors and investors alike.



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