Category: Numismatic

  • New sovereign are reddish and new Gold Sovereigns are more Yellow, Why?

    Reading Time: < 1 minute Newer gold sovereigns exhibit a more pronounced yellow hue compared to their older counterparts. This distinction arises from the shift in composition: post-2000 sovereigns incorporate a higher proportion of copper as the primary alloy, resulting in a rose gold appearance, whereas older sovereigns boasted a higher concentration of silver, lending…

  • Would you pay $100,000 for this octagonal $50 gold coin?

    Reading Time: 3 minutes The rough value of this? Yeah, I have an MS example of every other coin in the Pan Pac set (MS63 $2.50 ran me over $3k) and $100k is an amazing price for this coin. I’m a huge Pan Pac collector, and if I had the money to spare, I would…

  • How many double eagle coins are there

    Reading Time: 2 minutes There are several variations of the Double Eagle gold coin, including the Liberty Head Double Eagle and the Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. The Liberty Head Double Eagle was minted from 1849 to 1907, while the Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle was produced from 1907 to 1933. In total, there are multiple examples of Double…

  • What is the rarest $20 dollar gold coin?

    Reading Time: 4 minutes With 10 double Eagle that has surfaced, the 1933 $20 St. Gaudens gold coins is no anymore the rarest Double Eagle coin, and the list should begin by 1927-D. Coins from 1920-S, 1921, and 1930-S are also notably scarce. In the next tier of rarity, you’ll find the 1907 high relief…

  • An unofficial strike coud make the Rarest Gold Double Eagle St Gaudens.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes 1921 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Satin Finish Proof In June 2000, a momentous event unfolded at a Sotheby’s auction—a revelation that brought to light the existence of a 1921 Saint-Gaudens double eagle satin finish proof coin. This particular coin, unbeknownst to many, could be the rarest in U.S. history. Contrary to the…

  • ☆ 1933 double eagle gold coin.

    Reading Time: 15 minutes The 1933 double eagle (United States 20-dollar gold coin) currently holds the record for highest price paid at auction for a single U.S. coin when it was purchased for US$18.9 million. 445,500 specimens of this Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle were minted in 1933, the last year of production for the Double Eagle,…