Customers: please note that the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (MS64) is either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64. We will ship coins of our choice from years 1850-1907 based on our inventory at the time of your order.
Introduced in 1850, the iconic Double Eagle design has become an icon of American coinage. This celebrated coin was first minted as the result of the California Gold Rush. As gold began to pour into the nations coffers, Congress passed legislation to create the Double Eagle coin in 1849. The noted engraver James Barton Longacre created the now-renowned design that eventually became the countrys largest circulating gold coin. The coin would go on to be named the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle.
Every $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (MS64) showcases a heraldic eagle with a shield on its breast. The shield boasts a ring of thirteen stars this signify the original 13 Colonies. This design was also modeled after the nations Great Seal. The obverse side of the Gold Double Eagle shows Lady Libertya design influenced by a Greco-Roman sculpture. She wears a pearl-encrusted coronet inscribed with Liberty. These revered coins have been minted with .9675 oz of gold. As an extraordinary investment in gold, we encourage any interested customers to obtain theirs while our supplies last.
As each coin has been inspected, customers can rely on their authenticity. Wall Street Metals ships each coin packaged discreetly with safety and security in mind. We also insure every item against loss or damage. In this way, our customers investments in precious metals are fully protected.