Customers: Please note we will select coins from years 1839-1907 to fulfill your order based on our inventory.
This $5 Liberty Half Eagle has been graded to be in very good condition by the PCGS. These coins have been kept in their certified protective slabs which also boast the MS64 grade at the top. This US Coin has not been minted for more than 100 years at this point, but it is still wildly popular amongst investors and collectors alike. In fact, this coin was first minted in 1839 and is popular not solely because it can be found today, but primarily because it can be found in such stunning condition, featuring only a few minor blemishes.
The $5 Liberty Half Eagle was minted by the US Mint from 1839-1908. These coins are made up of 90% pure gold, meaning each coin contains about .24187 troy ounces of gold. The obverse side of the coin draws its inspiration from a Benjamin West painting and features the image of Lady Liberty facing leftwards. The coronet on Lady Libertys head features the inscription liberty while the bottom of the obverse side features an inscription marking the year in which the coin was minted. The coins reverse features the image of an American eagle who is clutching arrows and an olive branch in his talons. The eagle also has a protective shield across its chest. The United States of America and $5 inscriptions are also found on the coins reverse side.
For a coin that was first minted more than 100 years ago, the $5 Liberty Half Eagle boasts a surprisingly high level of purity as well as a design that is detailed beyond its years. Not only do these coins constitute a unique way of investing in gold, they are also a great addition to any new or preexisting collection. When you purchase the MS64 $5 Liberty Gold Eagle coin, we will secure the coin for shipping and have it delivered to your door safely and discreetly. Every one of our packages is insured and will leave you protected should loss or damage occur during shipping.