Tag Archives: pre-1933

$5 Liberty Head

The $5 Liberty Head (Coronet) Gold Half Eagle was minted 1839 – 1907 and is one of the four pieces in the “Liberty Head” series along with the Gold Quarter Eagle $2.5, the Gold Eagle $10 and the Gold Double Eagle $20. Obverse: Shows Liberty, facing left, encircled by 13 stars with the word “LIBERTY”     [read more…]

Three Dollar

Overview The $3 Dollar Gold piece is the member of a class of unusual denomination pieces who had low mintage numbers and circulated sparsely. The obverse and reverse designs for this coin are identical to the Type 3 Gold $1 piece which was minted during the same time period between 1856 and 1889. Obverse: Lady     [read more…]

$5 Indian Head

Overview The $5 Indian Head “Eagle” is the last coin of this denomination ever minted by the U.S. This piece is 1 of 4 pieces in the “Indian Head” series along with the $2.5 and $10 Indian Heads and $20 Saint-Gaudens. Obverse: Native American man in headdress Reverse: Standing eagle on branch Years: 1907-1916 &     [read more…]

$10 Indian Head

Overview The $10 Indian Head “Eagle” is the last coin of this denomination ever minted by the U.S. This piece is 1 of 4 pieces in the “Indian Head” series along with the $2.5 and $5 Indian Heads and $20 Saint-Gaudens. Obverse: Lady Liberty in headdress Reverse: Standing eagle on branch Years: 1907-1916, 1920, 1926,     [read more…]

$20 Saint-Gaudens

Overview The beloved $20 Saint-Gaudens “Double Eagle” is the last coin of this denomination ever minted by the U.S. This piece is 1 of 4 pieces in the “Indian Head” series along with the $2.5, $5 and $10 Indian Head Gold pieces. Obverse: Lady Liberty holding a torch and olive branch; rays of the sun     [read more…]