$20 Liberty Double Eagle NGC 64
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Launched in 1850, the iconic Double Eagle design has emerged as a symbol of American coinage. Originating from the California Gold Rush, this revered coin reflects the nation’s response to the substantial influx of gold. In 1849, Congress enacted legislation to mint the Double Eagle, entrusting the renowned engraver James Barton Longacre with its design. Longacre’s creation became the largest circulating gold coin in the country, ultimately named the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle.
Key Features of the Coin:
- Safely arrives in protective plastic slabs courtesy of PCGS or NGC.
- Offered from 1850 to 1907.
- Limited availability of certified coins.
- Comprises .9675 Troy oz of fine gold.
- Holds a face value of $20 (USD) and is backed by the federal government.
- Attains a Mint State 64 grade from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
The obverse of each $20 Liberty Double Eagle NGC 64 showcases a heraldic eagle with a shield on its breast, featuring a ring of thirteen stars symbolizing the original 13 Colonies. This design, modeled after the nation’s Great Seal, reflects historical significance.
On the reverse, Lady Liberty is depicted—a design influenced by Greco-Roman sculpture. She wears a pearl-encrusted coronet inscribed with “Liberty.” These esteemed coins have been minted with .9675 oz of gold, presenting an exceptional investment opportunity. Interested customers are encouraged to secure their coins promptly while supplies last.
With each coin thoroughly inspected, customers can trust in their authenticity. Private Bullion ensures discreet packaging for each shipment, prioritizing safety and security. Additionally, every item is insured against loss or damage, providing comprehensive protection for customers’ investments in precious metals.
For inquiries about the $20 Liberty Double Eagle NGC 64 Coins or any other products, customers can contact Private Bullion at 888-928-3390. For investors who have IRA`s, we encourage you to consider a precious metals IRA.