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$20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle (VF, Random Year)

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$20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle (AU)

Please note that you will receive a random year coin.

The design of the $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coins is considered to be one of America’s most beautiful coin designs among collectors and gold stackers alike. The design was originally created in 1907 to be used on US gold coins with the value of $20, and during their short time in circulation (1907-1933) they proved to be a favorite among the public. The obverse design of the$20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coins can be recognized on numerous other coins produced by the US Mint. One such coin is, of course, the American Gold Eagle.

Why the “double eagle”?

The word “double” simply means that the coin is worth $20. The name of the $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coin comes from its designer – a famed US Mint sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The first ever double eagle was introduced in 1850 and it was the $20 Liberty Gold coin. The design was revamped in the early 1900’s by President Theodore Roosevelt, who did not find earlier US coinage especially pleasing to the eye.


The US Mint produced the Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coins from 1907 to 1916. Bullion prices rose sharply in 1916 because of World War I. Mintage didn’t resume for very long in 1920 – only until 1933 when the currency laws of the Great Depression removed gold coins from circulation.

Collector’s Value and Availability

Due to the coin’s history it’s collectible and valuable with the highest value being held by the rare coins produced between 1929 and 1933. Tese coins are sought after because of their historical significance, gold content, and beautiful design.

Buy the $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coins for Bitcoin, Wire, or Check at Veldt Gold. If you have any questions about this or any other bullion products, please do not hesitate to contact us for details.

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Weight 30.092 g
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