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1927 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle ICG MS64

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1927 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle ICG MS64

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Why purchase this Mint State 1927 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle?

The U.S. Mint's Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Gold series was struck from 1907 until the gold recall in 1933. Design of the coin is credited to sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who worked closely with President Theodore Roosevelt to develop imagery symbolizing the identity of the United States. This Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle coin was struck in 1927 at the Philadelphia Mint from .9675 Troy oz. of .900 fine gold, with a final reported mintage of 2,946,750.

Incredibly Detailed Patriotic Imagery

The obverse portrays Lady Liberty walking forward while carrying an olive branch in her left hand and flaming torch in her right, with the rays of a rising sun behind her. She is encircled by forty-eight stars, signifying the number of states at the time of issue. Inscribed "LIBERTY" and "1927."

The reverse depicts a spectacular eagle in graceful flight over a radiant sunrise. Inscriptions include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "TWENTY DOLLARS" and "IN GOD WE TRUST."

Exceptional Mint State 64 Condition

This 1927 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coin was submitted to Independent Coin Graders (ICG) for authentication and review. Awarded the impressive grade of Mint State 64, the $20 coin possesses a sharp, even strike and overall above average luster. The coin's condition is protected, ultrasonically sealed in a tamper evident, labeled ICG holder.

This 1927 Saint-Gaudens $20 Gold Double Eagle coin will be a welcome addition to your collection of historic American coinage! Don't hesitate to purchase the gorgeous coin from MCM today!

Year of Issue:1927
Mint:U.S. Mint
Grading Service:ICG
Weight in Grams:33.44 g
Weight in Ounces:1.0751 oz
Diameter:34 mm
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States