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$20 Liberty Head gold coins are one of the most popular gold pieces today. Their origin stems from the California gold rush of the mid 1800’s. When gold was discovered in California the mint decided that a newer, larger size coin would be an appropriate addition to their portfolio of double eagle gold coins which included the $10, $5, $2.5 and the $1 Liberties. Being that gold at the time was valued at $20.67 the mint produced the .9675oz $20 Liberty.
Twenty Dollar Liberties were minted from 1850 to 1907 and come in three different types:
Type I: minted 1849-1866, “No Motto”
Type II: minted 1866-1876, “Twenty D” on the reverse
Type III: minted 1877-1907, “Twenty Dollars” spelled out
We currently offer the most common $20 Liberty for purchase (1904 Philadelphia) in four Mint State Grades: XF, MS61, MS62, MS63, MS64 & MS65