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We still notice a focus on disaster and survival coins. Thus, several options feature common and rare Saint-Gaudens double eagle gold coins. Over the past decade, ultra-high-net-worth individuals have dominated the coin market. This industry has relentlessly demanded high-grade early U.S. gold coins.

Early U.S. gold coins in About Uncirculated (lightly circulated) to Mint State-63, 64, and 65 (Gem) grades are desirable collections and investments. These coins are market leaders. They won't change despite gold's price.

U.S. proof gold coins are uncommon and costly. These coins are stunning in any value, but proof double eagles (or $20 gold pieces) are the pinnacle of minting. As proofs, these coins contain approximately an ounce of gold and are better in quality and appearance. The mid-19th century coins were issued during a time when the nation survived a brutal civil war, gained the American West, and grew from sea to shining sea.

Common-date Saint-Gaudens double eagles were once Mint State-65 losers. The coins were magnificent, but purchasers were unwilling to pay significant premiums for pieces with high mintages. Gold's rise has piqued investor interest in precious metals, even at $1,600.

It sold for $7.59 million in July 2002. That was the highest public auction price for a coin. It sold again at public auction in 2021 for $18,872,250.

Through 65+ In the 1850s, the huge copper cent was outdated. The U.S. Mint tested many alternatives and chose a smaller coin comprised of 88% copper and 12% nickel. It was thicker and twice as weighty than the Lincoln cent but the same diameter. The Flying Eagle cent depicted an eagle in flight.

The U.S. Mint launched American Eagle bullion coins in 1986, including the one-ounce silver and gold Eagles in four sizes: basic, ½, ¼, and 1/10 of an ounce. Platinum Eagles debuted in 1997 and had four variations.

Major flaws, like the 1913 Buffalo nickels that wore out on the high mound, are generally addressed before the year ends. Their value rises due to strong demand and limited supply.

As the California Gold Rush flooded the market, the double eagle was created in 1849. Congress approved this approximately one-ounce gold coin and the small gold dollar. The Liberty Head double eagle's design stayed same for almost 50 years, although collectors distinguish three varieties. Type II was introduced in 1866 when the slogan IN GOD WE TRUST was placed to the back. Type III was created in 1877 when the declaration of value was altered from TWENTY D. to TWENTY DOLLARS.

The half dime was half the weight of the dime and had the same metallic content. In 1866, the nickel five-cent piece was more handy and popular, therefore the half dime was removed seven years later. This little silver coin was widely used in business when it first emerged.

Proof Walking Liberty halves are stunning. The U.S. Mint agreed, using the Walking Liberty coin's full-length depiction of Miss Liberty for the American Eagle silver bullion coin's obverse in 1986. The Saint-Gaudens design was chosen for the gold American Eagle, thus this was a significant signal that the government considers the “Walker” the best U.S. silver coin.

Registry sets allow collectors and investors to list their PCGS or NGC-certified coins online.

Barry Sunshine, a collector and coin variety book author, says this variation has less than 60 known and a Mint State 63 is the finest quality. He expects these artifacts to grow more popular and simpler to price as more collectors use 2023 internet valuation data.

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