$20 Liberty Double Eagle NGC 62
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Introduced in 1850, this $20 Liberty Double Eagle NGC 62 earned its place among America’s most revered numismatic treasures. The genesis of the Double Eagle design can be traced back to the substantial influx of gold from California’s prolific gold mines. Congressional approval for the Double Eagle was secured in 1849, marking it as the largest circulating gold-minted coin in the nation, with engraver James Barton Longacre at the helm of its distinctive design.
Key Features of the Coin:
- Coins are securely shipped in protective plastic slabs from either PCGS or NGC.
- Dated from 1850 to 1907.
- Holds the distinction of being the longest-running design in the Gold Double Eagle Series.
- Limited availability of certified coins.
- .9675 Troy oz. pure gold content.
- Carries a face value of $20 (USD) as issued by the United States.
- Assigned a Mint State 62 grade by either the Professional Coin Grading Service or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
The obverse of each $20 Liberty Double Eagle NGC 62 showcases an image of Liberty, while the reverse side features a heraldic eagle adorned with thirteen stars in a ring—an homage to the Great Seal of the U.S. It’s worth noting that purchasing multiple coins may result in receiving matching dates.
Inspired by a Greco-Roman sculpture, the obverse design presents Lady Liberty adorned in a pearl-encrusted coronet bearing the inscription “Liberty.” Meticulously minted with .9675 oz of gold, these coins are not only exquisite but also represent exceptional investment opportunities. Customers are encouraged to secure their pieces promptly while supplies last.
Every coin undergoes a thorough authenticity inspection, and shipments are discreetly packaged with security as a top priority. Private Bullion goes the extra mile by insuring each shipment against the rare possibilities of loss or damage, safeguarding our customers’ investments.
Please be aware that the $20 Liberty Double Eagle NGC 62 may be PCGS or NGC graded as MS62, and we will ship coins from our inventory, spanning the years 1850-1907.