1914-P $20 Saint Gaudens Pre-33 Gold Double Eagle PCGS MS64 Low Mintage 95,250
1914-P $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle PCGS MS64 Beautiful & Bright orange gold Color PQ++
This coin is from a fresh group a Gold $20’s we recently bought out of a local collection that’s been off the market for many years. This better date is rare to find in this MS64 condition. A very small group were minted of 95,250 with many melted down and never put in circulation. This is a date most collections are missing from the Philadelphia Mint.
A PCGS MS65 would cost you $30,000 easy. with a specimen in PCGS MS66 recently selling for over 130k. The MS64 offered today is a nice value play under current market conditions. You won’t find a better deal for this date.
Created by master sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the 1914-P $20 Gold Saint Gaudens is the descendant of the $20 Liberty Double Eagle which first entered circulation in 1850. The denomination was created as a means of exhausting an overage in gold supply due to the 1849 California Gold Rush. They were never intended for general use in commerce as the amount easily equated to a month's wage during the time of issue - making them impractical to carry as a coin. Instead, they were struck to monetize the surplus of gold and to be used exclusively in business transactions, largely between banks.Coin Highlights:
PCGS Encapsulation offers protection and guarantees the MS-64 condition of the coin.
Ultra low Mintage of 95,250
Conservatively graded in our opinion, PQ++ This is an amazing coin that’s choice for the grade.
Struck at the Philadelphia Mint
Designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
Obverse: Depicts Liberty striding forward holding a torch and an olive branch with the U.S. Capitol building in the backdrop.
Reverse: Features an eagle in flight against the sun in the background.
Beautiful color and very rare in this condition.
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