The legendary Liberty eagle holds a special place in American history.
Since their coinage in 1839, the Gold liberty eagle was used to run the engine of industry as entrepreneurs, nationwide, used it to facilitate transactions.
Although approximately 217,800 where minted, only a fraction of these coins were put into circulation.
This is due to the face that it was replaced by the St. Gaudens Double Eagle shortly after, in 1907.
The majority of the coins that were not put into circulation were melted down for their gold content, following the cessation of the Gold Standard in 1933.
The Liberty Head Double Eagle was produced in three denominations, the ten-dollar piece being the highest, the $5 half-eagle, and the $2.5 quarter-eagle.
The coin that you will receive has been critiqued as a Mint State, MS-64 designation by PCGS, or NGC.
Your coin will have minuscule imperfections, almost unheard of for a coin that is well over one hundred years old!
As the third modification in the coin's design, the reverse side features thirteen stars, indicative of the thirteen original American colonies.
Centred, is Morgan T. Stanley's timeless design of Lady Liberty in the image of an American woman, donning a Phrygian cap with "Liberty" across.
American double eagles, from 1876 onward, incorporate William Barber's slightly modified edition, with more space allowed for the coin's year of issue.
Held on the obverse side is the quintessential symbol of the United States, the Bald Eagle, with its wings splayed.
Clutched in the eagles left talon, a bundle of arrows, while olive branches are clutched in its right talon.
A shield bearing the stars and stripes is at the Eagle's chest.
The coin's country of issue and denominational value all encapsulate this vivid image.
Both the United States Mint and NGC have garnered a reputation for the production of the highest quality.
As a result, investors have the peace of mind that whether you are considering this coin for its numismatic or precious metal content, both of your bases will be covered.
Additionally, your purchase will be received in the highest quality acrylic protective casing to preserve the near, mint-state quality.
The slab also has also included a serial number for authentication purposes.
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