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$2.50 Indian Head Gold XF
Price: $295.00
Availability: In Stock
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Indian Head Quarter Eagles were struck in limited quantities between 1908 and 1929. They are one of only two coins in American history ever struck with the unique incuse (sunken) design and are extremely popular with U.S. gold coin collectors and investors. Maximum 10 coins per household at this advertised price.

$20 Saint Gaudens Gold
Price: $1,359.00
Availability: In Stock

Random Date $20 Saint Gaudens Gold coin (1908-1932). These coins are nice but have been circulated. Yes, this item ships FREE! Picture below is from actual coins we have in stock for this offering. .9675 Oz Pure Gold

$5 Gold Liberty BU
Price: $495.00
Availability: In Stock

The $5 Gold Liberty is an classic American gold coin struck in .900 fine gold more than a 100 years ago. These $5 Gold Liberties are from a recent purchase hand-selected by our U.S. gold expert. Each coin is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and is dripping with original mint luster. Dates of our choice.

$5 Gold Liberty XF
Price: $375.00
Availability: In Stock
Item #: 5LIBXF -

$5 Gold Liberty in Extra Fine Condition. Dates of our choice between 1866 -1907. Strict ten (10) coin per household limit at this special advertised price.

$5 Indian Head Gold XF
Price: $580.00
Availability: In Stock
Item #: IH5XF -

1908-1916 $5 Indian Head Gold
Price: $675.00
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The popular $5 Indian Head Half Eagle Coin certified by one of the top two grading services (NGC or PCGS) in Brilliant Uncirculated MS 61 condition. Dates of our choice (between 1908-1916). President Roosevelt took a keen interest in the design of currency issued during his tern in office. When Dr. William S. Bigelow proposed sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt, to design a new issue of $2.50 and $5 gold pieces, Roosevelt readily agreed. The new designs broke completely with past tradition of raised...

1914-S $20 Gold Saint Gaudens
Price: $1,650.00
Availability: In Stock

In 1914, the San Francisco Mint struck close to 1.5 million $20 gold pieces and most have been lost to circulation or bullion melts. Today, only a small percentage -- about 1% -- are known to have survived in Choice MS 63 grade.This makes the 1914-S $20 Saint more than 13 times rarer than a common date $20 Saint in MS 63 grade. However, this particular coin can be acquired today at the exact same price as the most common date saint in MS 63 grade!This is a no brainer for any astute gold coin...