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    Liberty $20 Gold Coin (1850-1907)

    Produced for more than 50 years, the $20 Liberty gold coin is one that had an extremely high face value for its day. At the time, the coin’s face value more closely coincided with the spot price of gold, but now the inherent value of these coins in gold is far greater than ever before….

    Saint Gaudens $20 Gold Coin (1907-1933)

    The Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagle is one of the most sought after gold coins on the market today. These gold pieces were produced by the U.S. Mint from 1907 to 1933. The coin is named after its designer, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful U.S. coins ever minted. The…

    Indian Head $10 Gold Coin (1907-1933)

    The Indian $10 gold coin was first produced shortly after the turn of the 20th century. Though incredibly popular during its day, the coin was only produced for little more than twenty years. Though the coin had a big face value for its day, it was still widely circulated and was used by many, many…

    Liberty $10 Gold Coin (1838-1907)

    The $10 Liberty gold coin, for its day, was a piece that had an extremely large face value and was not as widely circulated as pennies, nickels, and dimes from the same era. With that said, these coins were still incredibly popular both back when they were in circulation and still today. Nowadays, collectors are…

    Indian Head $5 Gold Coin (1908-1929)

    The Indian $5 gold coin was first minted in the early 1900s, and truthfully did not stay in production for all that long. Having their production ceased in 1929, the $5 Indian gold coin was in production for barely 20 years, meaning that there really aren’t all that many on the market. With most of…

    Liberty $5 Gold Coin (1839-1908)

    For its day, the Liberty $5 Gold coin was a coin with a face value that was extremely large. Back in the day, $5 was a lot of money that had a lot of purchasing power. Nowadays, this coin is popular amongst collectors not only because of its gold content and related value, but also…

    Indian Head $2.5 Gold Coin (1908-1929)

    The Indian $2.5 Gold coin is one whose value is rising all the time. Whether it be due to the limited number of them available on the market, or the fact that gold’s market price is on the rise, these coins are becoming increasingly difficult to acquire for a reasonable price. Since they were released…

    Liberty Head $2.5 Gold Coin (1840-1907)

    The Classic Liberty $2.5 Gold Coin, otherwise referred to as the Classic Head Quarter Eagle, is a gold coin that was produced by the U.S. Mint from 1840 to 1907. The coin features the portrait of Liberty on its obverse and an eagle on the reverse. These beautiful gold coins are comprised of 90 percent gold…