$20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle - MS-64 PCGS/NGC (Dates Our Choice)

Specifications

Out of stock

Year: Our choice
Condition: MS-64
Weight (Au, Ag, Pt): .9675 ozt
Minted by: US Mint
Mintage: N/A
Face Value: $20
IRA: Ineligible
Packaging: Plastic Holder
Coins Per Tube: N/A
Purity: 90%
Sell to Us: Melt + $65

Volume Pricing

1-9 $1,409.29 ea.
  • 10+ $1,399.29 ea.

The Saint-Gaudens double eagle is a twenty-dollar gold coin, or double eagle, produced by the United States Mint from 1907 to 1933. The coin is named after its designer, the sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who designed the obverse and reverse. It is considered by many to be the most beautiful of U.S. coins.

These coins are semi-rare and graded by industry-leading grading services NGC and PCGS. Each coin ships in a serialized, tamper proof case with holographic security. Texas Precious Metals sells these coins in similar fashion to our other bullion products (as "spot plus"). We stock these products in large supply for those seeking pre-1933 gold product.

The dates of these coins will range from 1907-1933 (most commonly from 1908-1928).

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