Click title/picture for details. offer US $100.00 Made between 1848-1854,the coins are very rare and unique in history US ,becose the size is small many coins was lost and stolen . Designed by James B. Longacre, the first type of gold dollar is known as the ?Liberty Head? type or the ?Type I? gold dollar. The obverse of the coins depicts Liberty's head circled by thirteen stars. She faces to the left and wears a coronet inscribed with the word ?LIBERTY?. The reverse depicts a simple wreath encircling the date and value of the coin, and the inscription ?UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?. Weighing 1.672 grams, the coin had a composition of .900 gold and .100 copper. It therefore contained .04837 ounces of pure gold. It is very small coin had just 13mm diameter and very rare,mintage 1million.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $200.00 beautiful 1894 U.S. $5 Gold Liberty Head Half Eagle. The pictures didn't turn out real good. This coin looks to be barely circulated. It has great detail.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $1,449.00 This is a great 1862-S Liberty Head $20 Double Eagle graded XF40 by PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service). This is a nice coin that makes HUGE jumps in price between grades!! This coin has great eye appeal, nice color AND is in an old green holder (OGH)....could be possible upgrade??!?! All items are guaranteed authentic.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $4,499.00 Minted from 1795 to 1907, these classic U.S. gold eagles are one of the very best gold portfolio builders on the market. This set of a $10 Liberty Gold Eagle and $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle is a terrific invest. Both of these gold rarities are premium specimens both graded MS64 by PCGS. They have a low population, and tremendous upside potential. The $10 Gold Liberty is a supreme example of the 1893 Philadelphia mintage. This near-Gem specimen exhibits vibrant luster and minimally marked fields. This choice example is crisply struck with slight fiery-orange toning that accents the straw-yellow golden undertone. The $5 Gold Liberty is an excellent example of it's mintage. The devices are very well defined, the fields are pristine and it has a radiant original mint luster!! Overall this is a beautiful Gold Coin. After more then a hundred years, the majority of the original 1893 mintages for both of these denominations have been lost to circulation or melted down in the 1930's. Today, only a tiny fraction of the original mintages have received grades of MS64 or higher. In fact, PCGS has certified only 185 of these 1893 $10 Liberties in MS64 designation. ONLY 2 have ever been graded higher both in the MS65 designation. AND: PCGS has certified only 136 of these 1893 $5 Liberties in MS64 designation. ONLY 26 have ever been graded higher then this one. -