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Why add the 1924 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle PCGS Mint State 63 to your collection?

The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) graded this 1924 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle as a solidly collectible Mint State 63. This series of the circulating $20 Gold coin was first struck in 1907 by the U.S. Mint. The coin was struck on a 90% gold, 10% copper planchet which contains .9675 oz. AGW. This example was struck at the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania branch of the U.S. Mint. The series is regarded as a landmark in U.S. Coinage and as the most beautiful gold coin struck by the U.S.

Classic $20 Gold "Saint" design

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was by some accounts the most famous artist in America when President Theodore Roosevelt approached him to redesign the circulating gold coinage around the turn of the 20th Century. The obverse features the image of Lady Liberty with the Torch of Freedom overhead while the reverse features a majestic flying eagle.

Solid Mint State 63 collector coin

Coins in the Mint State 63 grade are more attractive than their lower Mint state counterparts. These examples have average mint luster and may have scattered contact or bag marks, scuffs or hairlines in the design or the fields. Circulation strikes in this grade are often sought out by collectors due to their eye appeal.

Add some timeless beauty and historic design to your collection! Order your 1924 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle coin graded Mint State 63 by PCGS from ModernCoinMart today!

Year of Issue:1924
Mint:U.S. Mint
Grading Service:PCGS
Weight in Grams:30.093 g
Weight in Ounces:0.9675 oz
Diameter:34 mm
Edge Type:Plain
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States
Obverse Design:Liberty striding forward with the rising sun to her back
Reverse Design:Eagle in flight
Reverse Designer/Engraver:Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Obverse Designer/Engraver:Augustus Saint-Gaudens
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