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7-31-11>>> Assuming the coin is circulated, the 1893-S double eagle is fairly common and was struck in large numbers, many are known in the EF-40 to MS-63 grades, many were shipped overseas for international trade. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. In general retail values for low grade coins are $1,870.00-$1,930.00, better grade are $1,950.00-$1,975.00 and coins showing almost no wear run from $1,980.00-$2,000.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelry or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer.
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With no mint mark or an "S", about $1000. That could go up to $1500 with a CC mint mark.
If you have a Coronet Head Double Eagle $20 gold coin, its value in very fine conditon (VF20) is: $1200.
Wow! - if you possess a 1854 $20 Coronet Head Double Eagle gold coin, its value in very fine condition (VF20) is worth: at least $1200.
First off, do you have the Coronet Head $20 Double Eagle coin or the Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagle - both coins were minted in the year of 1907? Both
Please post a new question with its date. Also look to see if it has a small mint mark letter such as D, O, S, or CC
Its value depends on whether there is a small mint mark letter below the date. As of 09/2008: No letter - about $1000, a bit more or less depending on how worn it is. … "S" - about $1100 "D" - $4500 with moderate wear, $6000 if almost like new
It's actually called a double eagle; an eagle is a $10 coin. Current values fluctuate with the price of gold, but have been in the vicinity of $1000 as of 09/2008. If …your coin has an S mint mark it will be worth about 15 to 20% more.
Denomination? Country of issue? Condition? You have to give us a clue before we can even guess. Please post a new question with that information.
This coin has retail values for circulated examples in the low grades of G-4 to F-12 of $1,480.00-$1,620.00 because of this I suggest having the coin graded by a dealer or col…lector to get a better idea of value.
Current retail value is $1,330.00-$1,500.00 for a circulated example.
VF-20 is 1600 dollars, EF-40 is 2350, AU-50 is 3000,AU-55 is 3500, MS-60 is 8500, MS-63 is 28500, and Proof sets are worth 30,000 dollars. To learn about these conditions you …can buy the Redbook from a local Barnes and Noble or visit a website involving that coin.
Look at the coin again, no US gold coin of any kind was struck in 1953, the last one was 1933.
The 1888-S Liberty Head double eagle is one of the most common issues from the San Francisco Mint struck in the 1880s. Many were made and shipped overseas. For an accurate ass…essment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Assuming the coin is circulated, general retail values for low grade coins are $1,660.00-$1,710.00, better grade are $1,750.00-$1,765.00 and coins showing almost no wear run from $1,780.00-$1,820.00. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer. The Melt Value as of 11-17-10 is $1,292.39
The 1924 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle is tied with the 1928 as the most common coin of the series. Mint State coins are very plentiful and circulated examples do exist. For a ac…curate value the coin should be seen and graded. Assuming the coin has no mintmark. A typical Mint State coin (MS-63) has a retail value of $1,860.00. A circulated example (EF-40) is $1,670.00
8-13-11>>> Only the Philadelphia & San Francisco Mints struck $20.00 gold coins in 1899.
Please post a new, separate question with the coin's date. All $20 gold pieces (1850-1932) carried a picture of Miss Liberty so that alone isn't enough to ID the coin.
The coin needs to be seen for an accurate value. This issue is common with a average value of $1,400.00 to $1,500.00 for a circulated coin.