One of the most popular coins among collectors is the $5 Liberty Half Eagle Gold Coin. This coin offered here is even more desirable as it has been rated at MS63 by the PCGS. This means it is an average uncirculated coin which is kind of hard to find in such an old coin. This design was used from 1838 to 1907. Collectors like these coins for how rare they are, and the gold content which was .90 fine gold. This makes it attractive to investors and collectors.
- Made of 0.0.2419 t troy oz. .90 fine gold
- Face value of $5 backed by the US Mint
- Designed by Christian Gobrecht
- Condition is rated as MS63 by the PCGS
Designed by Christian Gobrecht, this version of Lady Liberty is a neoclassical rendition. She was inspired by the Greco-Roman artists and is shown in profile with thick curls. She is wearing a thick crown. Framing her face are thirteen stars symbolizing the thirteen colonies. At the bottom of the coin is the year the coin was issued. The year of coin you get is dependent on the stock on hand.
The reverse side of this coin has Gobrecht’s version of the heraldic eagle which has the national bid with a shield. Underneath the eagle, it is clutching an olive branch and a bunch of arrows. Around the eagle is ‘UNITED STATES OF AMERICA’ and at the bottom is ‘FIVE D.” Coins made after 1866 also have a banner above the eagle that says ‘IN GOD WE TRUST’. The date of the coin you receive will depend on stock on hand so may not have this banner.
Here is a great opportunity to get a rare $5 Liberty Half Eagle Coin in great condition. This coin is rated MS63 condition by the PCGS which means it has the look of an average uncirculated coin. These coins are limited to stock and hand so the year will vary from 1838-1907. Once they are gone we don’t know if we can get more so get yours today.
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