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About the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle XF:

Minted from 1850-1907, the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle remains as popular among collectors and investors as it ever has. Containing nearly one ounce of gold, this coin was the first $20 coin ever minted by the U.S. government. The $20 Liberty was widely used and traded during its years of production, and it still retains its high value and collectibility today.

Highlights of this Coin:

  • Contains .9675 ounces of .900 fine gold
  • Has a face value 20$
  • Individual coins ship in protective flips
  • Comes in "Extra Fine" condition

About the $20 Gold Double Eagle:

Produced from 1850 through 1907, the $20 Liberty Double Eagle was one of America’s most heavily produced gold coins. Not only was it popular as a unit of exchange in the 19th and early 20th centuries, but it remains an extremely desirable collectible today. During its lifespan, the $20 “Lib” underwent two minor design changes, which resulted in the formation of three distinct types. This article explains the differences between the three types in terms of appearance and market value.

Type I Liberty $20 Double Eagles were struck from 1850 until 1866. Interestingly, Type I $20s generally fall into two categories: well-worn or superbly preserved. Most coins that entered circulation were “workhorses” and saw extensive use in day-to-day commerce. However, quite a few ended up on shipwrecks. The contents of these vessels—which included many Type I $20s—were later recovered and brought to the marketplace. These ex-shipwreck $20 pieces were essentially brand new when the ships met their watery demise. Then, they sat untouched (and largely undamaged) in the water for over a century before returning to land again.

Following the Civil War in 1866, the motto “In God We Trust” was added to the $20 Liberty, thus creating the Type II series. The $20 Liberty underwent another minor design change in 1877. The most noticeable change is how the denomination was expressed; the abbreviated “TWENTY D.” was expanded to “TWENTY DOLLARS” on the reverse. Type III $20s are by far the most common and were produced without interruption from 1877 to 1907. Type III $20s often exhibit strong “cartwheel” luster and rarely show any strike weakness. 

All orders from Monument Metals are guaranteed as described, shipped discretely, and fully insured.

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$20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Extra Fine (XF) Random

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Metal Type Gold
Metal Weight 0.9675
Grading Service Ungraded
Date Random Date (1866-1907)
Purity .900 Fine Gold
Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer United States Mint

About the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle XF:

Minted from 1850-1907, the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle remains as popular among collectors and investors as it ever has. Containing nearly one ounce of gold, this coin was the first $20 coin ever minted by the U.S. government. The $20 Liberty was widely used and traded during its years of production, and it still retains its high value and collectibility today.

Highlights of this Coin:

  • Contains .9675 ounces of .900 fine gold
  • Has a face value 20$
  • Individual coins ship in protective flips
  • Comes in "Extra Fine" condition

About the $20 Gold Double Eagle:

Produced from 1850 through 1907, the $20 Liberty Double Eagle was one of America’s most heavily produced gold coins. Not only was it popular as a unit of exchange in the 19th and early 20th centuries, but it remains an extremely desirable collectible today. During its lifespan, the $20 “Lib” underwent two minor design changes, which resulted in the formation of three distinct types. This article explains the differences between the three types in terms of appearance and market value.

Type I Liberty $20 Double Eagles were struck from 1850 until 1866. Interestingly, Type I $20s generally fall into two categories: well-worn or superbly preserved. Most coins that entered circulation were “workhorses” and saw extensive use in day-to-day commerce. However, quite a few ended up on shipwrecks. The contents of these vessels—which included many Type I $20s—were later recovered and brought to the marketplace. These ex-shipwreck $20 pieces were essentially brand new when the ships met their watery demise. Then, they sat untouched (and largely undamaged) in the water for over a century before returning to land again.

Following the Civil War in 1866, the motto “In God We Trust” was added to the $20 Liberty, thus creating the Type II series. The $20 Liberty underwent another minor design change in 1877. The most noticeable change is how the denomination was expressed; the abbreviated “TWENTY D.” was expanded to “TWENTY DOLLARS” on the reverse. Type III $20s are by far the most common and were produced without interruption from 1877 to 1907. Type III $20s often exhibit strong “cartwheel” luster and rarely show any strike weakness. 

All orders from Monument Metals are guaranteed as described, shipped discretely, and fully insured.

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