Our fine collection includes Liberty Head Gold Eagles minted in two slight variations from 1838 through 1908 in Philadelphia (no mintmark), San Francisco (S mintmark), New Orleans (O), Carson City, Nevada (CC), and Denver (D). They are composed of.90% gold yielding .2419 Troy Ounces of pure gold per coin and measure 21.6mm in diameter. Some of our finest offerings include Liberty Half Eagles that have been Authenticated as Genuine and Certified MINT STATE by the official Professional Coin Grading Service and will arrive in packaging attesting to their official authentification with dates ranging from 1839-1908.
The coins mentioned above are often referred to as numismatic coins as their value varies based on a variety of factors including but not limited to: age, the condition of the coin, mintage amount, demand and popularity. For up to date market pricing and availability please contact Lear Capital directly and ask about our "value pricing" for orders of $20,000 or greater.
- COIN NAME
- $5 Liberty
- DESIGNED BY
- Christian Gobrecht
- ISSUE DATE
- 90% gold, 10% copper
- 22.5 mm (1839-40); 21.6 mm (1840-1929)
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