Tag: Double Eagle $20 gold

  • 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,…

  • 1927 $20 gold double eagle.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes The 1927 Saint-Gaudens double eagle, the second most prevalent within its series, closely trails the 1924 variant in terms of availably on the market. This particular coin exhibits ready availability in the market, particularly in Mint State (MS) grades up to MS-64. Even the highest-grade specimens, often referred to as full…

  • 1926 $20 gold double eagle.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes The 1926 $20 gold double eagle is a United States gold coin that was minted in 1926. The 1926 $20 gold double eagle is considered a relatively common date compared to some of the earlier issues. The 1926 Saint-Gaudens coin is often considered a common issue within the series, but it…

  • Gold Double Eagle $20 1924.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes The 1924 Double Eagle stands out as the most prevalent date within this particular series. A substantial portion, nearly 10%, of the vast mintage exceeding 4 million coins has undergone evaluation by prominent grading services. Remarkably, NGC alone has appraised over 100,000 coins in the MS 64 grade category. During this…

  • 2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin, PCGS & NGC Grading

    Reading Time: 2 minutes As is the case with most modern US Mint coin releases, a large number of the 2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagles were ultimately sent to third party coin grading companies. The two companies that handled the largest number of submissions for these coins were Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and…

  • The 1907 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle.

    Reading Time: 3 minutes The MMIX ultra high relief gold double eagle was inspired by the original extremely high relief experimental pieces struck in 1907. Mint Director Edmund Moy commented on several occasions that he wanted the U.S. Mint to right the wrong done to Saint-Gaudens’s design in 1907. He wanted to make this magnificent…