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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (VF)

    Any coin that is categorized as a Pre-1933 US gold coin is a truly rare precious metal product. In the 1930s, the federal government began collecting all gold coins in circulation to melt down. You now have the chance to purchase one of these rare coins from JM Bullion, with the Pre-1933 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin available for a limited time. Coin Highlights: Contains .2418 oz. of .900 pure gold. Issued by the US Mint with a $5 (... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (XF)

    As low as $137.00 per coin over spot!

    Although a variety of historic gold coins survived the collection efforts of the federal government in the 1930s, the total number of coins is extremely limited. Investors, collectors, and history buffs alike clamor for these coins when they are available. Today, JM Bullion is proud to offer Pre-1933 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (AU)

    The $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle enjoyed circulation from 1839 to 1907. Because its mintage period occurred prior to 1933, the Liberty Half Eagle possesses a significantly higher gold content than most circulating pieces of currency. Equally as impressive as...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (1838-1899 Dates, XF+)

    The Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin was the longest-used design not only in the Half Eagle denomination, but across all denominations in the US Eagle gold circulation series. The gold coins in this series were among the first ever struck...... Read More

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    1907 Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (XF+)

    One of the oldest gold coins ever issued in circulation in the United States was the Gold Half Eagle. Introduced in 1795, the coins were struck for commercial use from 1795 to 1929. Over the course of time, five different designs appeared on the coins. These beautiful gold coins are coveted by modern collectors for their gold content and historical design value. Right now,... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (BU)

    The $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle was first released in 1839. Its mintage period is the longest of all the Gold Half Eagle Coins, spanning 61 years in total. Because the Liberty Half Eagle was produced prior to 1933, it boasts an impressive composition of .2418 oz of 90.0% pure gold; such exceptional fineness makes it suitable for individuals wishing to make moderate-sized gold investments. In addition to its compositional value, the Liberty Half... Read More

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    1904 Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (XF+)

    Struck from 1839 to 1908, the US Half Eagle gold coin was one of the most memorable gold coins in American history. The longest-used design in the collection was known as the Liberty Head and it featured on the coins for nearly 70 years. Now, 1904 Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Coin... Read More

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    1900 Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (XF+)

    The $5 Gold Half Eagle from the United States Mint is one of the longest-lived coin series in American history. First issued at the dawn of the nation’s history in 1795, the Half Eagle remained in production and circulation through the War of 1812, the California Gold Rush of the late 1840s, the US Civil War, the Gilded Age, the turn of the 20th century, World War I, and... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS61 (PCGS or NGC)

    The $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle was minted by the United States from 1839 to 1908 and since then, it has become one of the most sought after coins among collectors. Every Liberty Half Eagle was minted using 90.0% gold and contained a total of .2419 troy ounces. The coins in this listing have been certified by either the NGC or PCGS to be in Mint State 61 condition. Coin ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Liberty Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62 condition. We will select coins from years 1839-1908 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. With its limited production period between 1839 and 1908 by the United States Mint, the $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin has become a challenging piece to find, especially when it ap... Read More

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    1853 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin XF45+ (PCGS or NGC)

    Available from 1795 to 1929, the $5 Gold Half Eagle Coin from the United States Mint was a major circulation coin for the United States. The coins were produced with a total of five different designs over more than 130 years, with the Liberty Head design the longest used in the series. Right now, 1853 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins with PCGS or NGC certification are avai... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS63 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Liberty Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition. We will select coins from years 1839-1908 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. The United States Mint produced the $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle coin from 1839 to 1908. The half eagle coins from this collection are among the few to have remained in acceptable con... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle 4-Coin Set (Random Year XF+)

    The US Eagle denomination from the United States Mint was the first gold coin ever issued in the United States of America. Originally consisting of $10, $5, and $2.50 coins, it eventually grew in the mid-19th century to include a $20 coin and would remain in circulation through 1933. The Pre-33 Gold Half Eagle is one of the more unique coins in this series. Right now, Pre-... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (Cleaned)

    Please note that we will select coins from years 1839-1908 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. These $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins were produced by the United States Mint between 1839 and 1908. With such brief mintage, obtaining one of the few cleaned coins, like the ones in this series, is a rare privilege. Each coin in this colle... Read More

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    1908 Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (XF+)

    There’s something special about certain date marks in any coin program, whether it is a modern bullion series with anniversary dates or historic circulation coins. When it comes to the $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle, the 1908 date marks is one of the most important and memorable in the series. Right now, 1908 Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins are available to purchase ... Read More

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    1856 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin XF45 (PCGS or NGC)

    The US Half Eagle was the $5 denomination in the broader US Eagle Series. The coins were struck by the United States Mint from 1795 to 1929, with the Half Eagle denomination boasting a total of five different designs throughout its coining history. The fourth and longest-lasting design was known as the Liberty Head. Right now, 1856 $5 Liberty Half Eagle Gold Coins certifie... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS64 (PCGS or NGC)

    From 1795 to 1929, the United States Mint issued the Gold Half Eagle Coin as one of the original, and longest-running, coin denominations. The coin was taken out of circulation in 1933 when the United States halted the gold standard and collected gold coins out in circulation and those sitting in bank vaults. Right now, Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins with certific... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (PCGS MS64)

    Customers: Please note we will select coins from years 1839-1907 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. This $5 Liberty Half Eagle has been graded to be in very good condition by the PCGS. These coins have been kept in their certified protective slabs which also boast the MS64 grade at the top. This US Coin has not been minted for more than 100 years at this poi... Read More

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    1908 Pre-33 $5 Indian and Liberty Gold Half Eagle 2-Coin Set (VF+)

    The US Eagle gold coins went through a final transformation in 1907 and 1908 as the United States Mint modernized all American coins at the request of President Theodore Roosevelt. The final design in the Quarter Eagle and Half Eagle denominations was a stunning incuse-struck portrait of an indigenous figure. In 1908, the Half Eagle coins featured an initial strike of the ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle 4-Coin Set (1838-1899, XF+)

    The Liberty Gold Half Eagle was the longest-running design in the $5 Gold Eagle Series from the United States Mint. The design was the fourth to feature on the Gold Half Eagle and was created by Christian Gobrecht, the 3rd Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. Right now, Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle 4-Coin Sets are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle 4-Coin Set (1900-1908, XF+)

    The Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin was the longest-used design in the Half Eagle Series. The US Eagle gold coins were issued by the United States Mint from 1795 to 1929 or 1933, depending on denomination. The Liberty Head design from Christian Gobrecht featured on the coins from 1838 to 1908, again depending on denomination. Today, Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle 4-Coin Se... Read More

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    Purchasing $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagles from JM Bullion

    It doesn’t take much digging for one to determine that the Liberty Head design is one of the perennial favorites stemming from the US Mint. The $5 Liberty Gold Eagle was first produced shortly before the California gold rush of the 1840s but remained in continuous production until 1908 when it was replaced by the $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin. When it was first produced, the coin’s $5 face value was about in line with the coin’s approximate worth in gold, but now the coin is worth far more than its $5 face value leads you to believe. With its high gold content and extreme value as a collector’s item, it is no wonder these coins are so popular both in the United States and abroad.

    Design

    The design of the $5 Liberty Gold Eagle was the work of Christian Gobrecht, who heavily relied upon the neoclassicist style of art that was so popular in the early 19th century. The coin’s obverse depicts a leftward looking Lady Liberty. The elegant Lady is adorned with a coronet featuring a “Liberty” inscription atop her beautifully curled hair. The outer edges of the coin are marked by 13 stars which represent the 13 original colonies of the US. Towards the bottom of the coin’s obverse is an inscription of the year in which the coin was minted.

    The coin’s reverse is dominated by an American eagle with its wings spread wide as if it were about to take off. In the eagle’s talons are both an olive branch and cluster of arrows; the eagle also has a shield across its chest as is typical of designs which draw inspiration from the Great Seal of the United States. Above the eagle is a banner which reads “In God We Trust.” Finally, along the outer edges of the coin’s reverse, there is an inscription which reads “United States of America,” as well as the $5 face value.

    Coin History

    The $5 Half Eagle is a coin that was in constant circulation in the United States from 1795-1929. As is the case with many coins produced by the US Mint mostly throughout the 19th century, there are a number of different Half Eagle designs. The Liberty Head design was introduced in 1839 and was continuously produced up until 1908. The design of this coin was distinctive from that of the previous edition due to the simple fact that the Liberty Head design was more intricate than any other Half Eagle produced up until that point. Another difference is that the Liberty Head design featured a “Five D” face value as opposed to the previous “5 D” marking.

    The Liberty Head’s introduction in 1839 also marked the first year in which the Half Eagle contained no silver. Up until that point, there were, in addition to gold, both silver and copper in each Half Eagle coin. The coin was now minted with 90% gold and 10% copper. Finally, the Liberty Head is special due to it being the only US coin produced at 7 different mint facilities (Philadelphia, Dahlonega, Charlotte, New Orleans, San Francisco, Carson City, and Denver).

    Present

    The $5 Liberty Gold Eagle has been off the production lines for more than a century now, but its popularity still persists. Its high gold content makes it a great investment vehicle, while its rarity makes it equally sought after by collectors who are looking to add a unique coin to their collection. Seeing as there are no new $5 Liberty Gold Eagles making their way to the market anytime soon, investors and collectors only have a limited amount of time to get their hands on these coins.

    As always, all certified coins from JM Bullion will be shipped in their certified protective slabs while all cleaned coins will shipped protected by a vinyl coin flip. Every shipment will be dispatched fully insured in discreet packaging.