Why add the 1908 $20 Gold Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle - No Motto NGC MS63 to your collection?
This 1908 $20 Gold Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle was graded at the respectable Mint State 63 level by the experts at the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). The series was struck by the U.S. Mint from 1907 until 1933. Each coin is struck from planchets containing 90% gold. The AGW of each coin is .9675 oz. This issue has a mintage of 4,271,551 coins.
Breathtaking Saint-Gaudens design.
The Augustus Saint-Gaudens designed "Double Eagle" is often discussed as the most beautiful coin ever struck. The obverse depicts Liberty standing with the lit Torch of Enlightenment and an olive branch held high overhead. The reverse shows a majestic flying bald eagle, bathed in the rays of the dawning sun. Famously, the motto "In God We Trust" does not appear between the sun and the rays because President Theodore Roosevelt felt that the name of God appearing on money was a "debasement" to God's name.
Mint State 63 example for your collection.
MS63 coins are uncirculated examples which exhibit no evidence of handling. Typically, coins in this grade have an average strike and more eye appeal than coins in lower uncirculated grades. There may be some bag marks, abrasions, or hairlines. Overall, Mint State 63 graded coins are attractive additions to any high quality collection.
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|Year of Issue:||1908|
|Weight in Grams:||33.43 g|
|Legal Tender:||United States|