The Double Eagle Gold Coin from the United States Mint was produced from 1849 to 1933. The coin was the final and largest denomination introduced the US Eagle Series, joining the Eagle, Half Eagle, and Quarter Eagle coins that had been in production since 1795. All four denominations were canceled with the end of the gold standard in the United States in 1933. Provident Metals now offers 1893-S Pre-33 $20 Liberty Double Eagle Gold Coins to you for purchase online in certified condition.
When you purchase the 1893-S Pre-33 $20 Liberty Double Eagle Gold Coin in this Provident Metals listing, you will receive a coin that is in Mint State 61 condition. Coins in MS61 condition showcase impaired or diminished mint luster, the potential for large and small contact marks throughout the field of the coin, and noticeable hairlines. It is also possible for the coins to showcase various scuff marks.
The obverse of the 1893 Pre-33 $20 Liberty Double Eagle Gold Coin features a left-profile portrait of Liberty. This image was created by James B. Longacre, the 4th Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. It depicts Liberty with her hair in a bun as a few loose curls run down her neck. She wears a coronet crown with LIBERTY engraved on it. There are 13 stars around the bust of Liberty and a date mark of 1893 at the bottom.
On the reverse side of 1893-S $20 Liberty Double Eagle Gold Coins is the heraldic eagle of the United States. This ornate design is actually the third iteration of the heraldic eagle on the Liberty Double Eagle. Introduced in 1877, it shows the bald eagle in front-facing relief with a large US national shield. The bird clutches the arrows of war and the olive branch of peace in its talons, with a ring of 13 stars over its head. Inscriptions on this side read UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IN GOD WE TRUST, and TWENTY DOLLARS.
The progression of the reverse design on the 1893-S Pre-33 Liberty Double Eagle Gold Coin is interesting. The national motto was added in 1866 following the Civil War, while the denomination was changed in 1877 from TWENTY D to TWENTY DOLLARS.
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|S - San Francisco
|James B. Longacre
|James B. Longacre
|Liberty Double Eagle
|Certificate of Authenticity
|PCGS Plastic Slab
|.9675 Troy Ounce
|Orders over $199 Ship Free
|3.4 x 2.4 x 0.4