Saint gaudens 20 gold coin weighs how much?
According to the site CoinFacts.com, the nominal weight of an uncirculated St. Gaudens $20 coin is 33.4 grams.
That depends. If you're referring to the $20.00 coin, then the value as legal tender (spending money) is $20.00. The melt value for gold is in excess of $1000 (as of October 2009 gold prices). The numismatic collector's value of such a coin could be considerably in excess of $1000, if the coin was a particularly fine strike, in uncirculated condition.
All coins have a specific weight which you can find in coin referencing material per country along with a specific diameter. For example an U.S. 1922 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle ($20 gold piece) weighs 33.436 grams which contains 90% gold. If a coin is not this exact weight and diameter from this specific year then it is not the gold coin in question. If you are not concerned about defacing the coin there are gold…
With date of 1927 it has to be a $20.00 Saint-Gaudens coin not a $20.00 Liberty Head coin.Without seeing the coin and assuming no mint mark, retail values for circulated coins run from $1,270.00-$1,570.00 and uncirculated at $1,650.00+. I suggest you take it to a dealer or collector for a more accurate evaluation.
The U.S. minted 2 types of $20.00 coins, but George T. Morgan did not design them. The Liberty Head (1849-1907) was designed by James B. Longacre. The mintmark is on the reverse under the eagle. The Saint-Gaudens (1907-1933) type was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and has a obverse mintmark above the date.
How do you sell a coin to a store and get fair price like a 1923 St Gaudens coin with M64 rating and it is worth around 2000 but how do you get that from the store?
Mini coins are not issued by the US Mint. No estimated value can be given without knowing the metals used in the coin and their weight or percentage of the total weight of the coin. My guess is that they would be worth the calculated measurement of current gold prices, so it should be worth $19.56 per coin.
August 4, 2009 The 1924 Saint-Gaudens $20 gold coin was produced at 3 US Mints: Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. The values of these coins in very fine condition are shown in the following list: 1924-P [Philadelphia]........$1400 1924-D [Denver]................$1800 1924-S [San Francisco]......$1800
This is a gold bullion coin. It was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (obverse or front) and Miley Busiek (reverse or back), weighs 33.931 grams, has a diameter of 32.7 millimeters, and is composed of .9167 gold, .03 silver, and .533 copper. 465,000 were made with no mint mark and 87,133 with a W mint mark. With no mint mark; $975 in uncirculated condition. No proofs known. With a W mint mark; $1,100 if proof. No…
I also have a double eagle with the ca mint mark. The ca is a 1908 with the C over stamped on the A. What does it stand for? The 'CA' is not a mint mark on the $20 Saint Gaudens gold double eagle. The mint mark on that coin is found ABOVE the date, not below. The 'CA' is not CA, it is actually 'ASG', the designer's initials: Augustus Saint Gaudens. The confusion is…