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  • Saint-Gaudens’ $20 Gold Coin The Saint-Gaudens double eagle is a $20 gold coin, or double eagle. It was produced by the United States Mint from 1907-1933. Considered to be the most beautiful of U.S. coins, the Saint-Gaudens was sculpted by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
  • Liberty Head Double Eagle $20 Gold Coin The Liberty Head Double Eagle is an American $20 gold coin first struck in 1849. It was in circulation from 1850 to 1907. The coin was an immediate success by merchants and bankers. Many were melted when President Franklin D. Roosevelt recalled gold coins for public use in 1933, making this a rare gem.
  • Liberty Head Eagle $10 Gold Coin Hard economic times and the low demand for the $10 denomination in circulation made for low mintages in the “no motto” years. Few were saved in mint state ($10 was a great deal of money). Of the surviving specimens, many fell victim to the gold recalls of the 1930’s and were lost forever to the melting pot.
  • Indian Head $10 Gold Coin Roosevelt was so pleased with the work Saint-Gaudens did designing his official presidential inaugural medal that he wasted no time in forging ahead with improving the designs of our two largest gold coins, the $10 Eagle and $20 Double Eagle
  • Liberty Head Half Eagle $5 Gold Coin Destined to become one of America’s most enduring coinage designs, Christian Gobrecht’s Coronet Liberty Head motif grew to be as familiar as the Pillar Dollar or Athenian Owl. First appearing on the $10 gold coin in 1838, it was adapted to the $5 gold coin in 1839 and the $2.50 in 1840.
  • Indian Head Half Eagle $5 Gold Coin Half Eagles are United States gold coins that were produced for circulation from 1795-1929. They were commemorative and bulion coins since the 1980s. They are comprised almost entirely of gold and have a face value of five dollars.
  • Indian Princess $3 Gold Coin The $3 piece was a gold coin produced in the United States from 1854-1889. The obverse bears a representation of Lady Liberty who is wearing a headdress of a Native American princess.
  • Morgan Silver Dollar Regardless of the reason, no coin collection can be considered complete without the stately Morgan Silver Dollar being well represented.
  • Peace Silver Dollar America’s first coin to commemorate peace owes its existence to Farran Zerbe, veteran numismatist, Historian of the American Numismatic Association (ANA) and founder of the Chase Manhattan Bank Money Museum.
  • Walker Liberty Half Dollar Considered by many to be among the most beautiful of all U.S. silver coins, the Walking Liberty Half met with immediate acclaim and was extremely popular.
  • Benjamin Franklin Half Dollar Mint director Nellie Tayloe Ross had long admired Franklin, and wanted him to be depicted on a coin. In 1947, she instructed the Mint's chief engraver, John R. Sinnock, to prepare designs for a Franklin half dollar.