1900 $20 GOLD LIBERTY PCGS MS62

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1900 $20 GOLD LIBERTY PCGS MS62
 
About this coin
 
The Twenty Dollar Liberty Head Gold Double Eagle, designed by James B. Longacre, was minted from 1849 to 1907. The obverse depicts a head of Liberty in the Greco-Roman style wearing a coronet, inscribed "Liberty" and is surrounded by thirteen stars, representative of the original thirteen states. Longacre's initials, JBL, appear on the truncation of the head. These were the first American federal coins on which the designer's initials appear.  
 
The reverse features a heraldic eagle, holding a double ribbon, on which "E Pluribus Unum" is inscribed. The design is a variant on the Great Seal of the United States; the eagle protects a shield, which represents the nation, and holds an olive branch and arrows. Thirteen stars, arranged as a halo, together with an arc of rays.
 
Condition
 
PCGS uncirculated coin grades begin at MS60 for Pre-1933 gold coins. Coins graded MS62 - an impaired or dull luster may be evident, clusters of small marks may be present throughout with a few large marks or nicks in prime focal areas. Hairlines may be very noticeable. Large unattractive scuff marks might be seen on major features. The strike, rim, and planchet quality may be noticeably below average. Overall eye appeal is below average.
 
Specifications

Date: 1900
Metal: Gold
Weight: .9675 troy oz.
Purity: .900
Diameter: 34 mm
Thickness: 2.41
 

Description

1900 $20 GOLD LIBERTY PCGS MS62
 
About this coin
 
The Twenty Dollar Liberty Head Gold Double Eagle, designed by James B. Longacre, was minted from 1849 to 1907. The obverse depicts a head of Liberty in the Greco-Roman style wearing a coronet, inscribed "Liberty" and is surrounded by thirteen stars, representative of the original thirteen states. Longacre's initials, JBL, appear on the truncation of the head. These were the first American federal coins on which the designer's initials appear.  
 
The reverse features a heraldic eagle, holding a double ribbon, on which "E Pluribus Unum" is inscribed. The design is a variant on the Great Seal of the United States; the eagle protects a shield, which represents the nation, and holds an olive branch and arrows. Thirteen stars, arranged as a halo, together with an arc of rays.
 
Condition
 
PCGS uncirculated coin grades begin at MS60 for Pre-1933 gold coins. Coins graded MS62 - an impaired or dull luster may be evident, clusters of small marks may be present throughout with a few large marks or nicks in prime focal areas. Hairlines may be very noticeable. Large unattractive scuff marks might be seen on major features. The strike, rim, and planchet quality may be noticeably below average. Overall eye appeal is below average.
 
Specifications

Date: 1900
Metal: Gold
Weight: .9675 troy oz.
Purity: .900
Diameter: 34 mm
Thickness: 2.41