$5 Liberty Gold 'Half Eagle'
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The $5 Liberty Half Eagle was the only coin ever struck at all seven U.S. Mints and was designed by Christian Gobrecht. Two versions of this coin exist. The first version was issued from 1839 to 1865 and does not feature the classic “In God We Trust” motto. The second version, issued from 1866 to 1908, features the now prominent “In God We Trust” motto.
Because of its smaller denomination, these coins were widely circulated in the U.S., and are thus a unique piece of American history. In effect, the $5 Liberty has become one of the most popular U.S. coins among investors.
Obverse: Left-facing Liberty surrounded by 13 stars with hair tied in a bun secured by a string of beads. The word “Liberty” is written on her hair band.
Reverse: Heraldic eagle with a shield on its breast, clutching an olive branch and bundles of oranges. The eagle and denomination are surrounded by the words “United States of America” with 13 stars above, representing the 13 original colonies.
Some of the most popular grades among investors are MS62, MS63, MS64, MS65, and MS66, among others.
Please call 800-831-0007 for specific grade availability.
|Graded By: PCGS or NGC|
|Face Value: $5|
|Weight: 8.359 g|
|Manufacturer: U.S. Mint|
|Metal Content: .2419|
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