What is the price of a 1908 Saint gaudens 20 gold coin?
Regardless of type or mint mark values are $1,440.00-$1,660.00 for a circulated piece.
But with mint state coins, type and mint mark matter a lot. Values run from $1,890.00 to over $20,000.00 depending on type, mint mark and the grade of the coin
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?
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…
To set things straight and so that you can find your coin when doing searches, that's ST GAUDENS and NO MOTTO. Numismedia lists a retail fair market value of an MS66 no-motto St. Gaudens double eagle at roughly $3800 for a Philadelphia coin, and 10 times that for a Denver coin. In any case you need to be sure that your coin has been certified by one of the major grading services. MS66 is a…
July 26, 2009 The 1908 Saint-Gaudens double eagle has 2 varities; one with the motto "In God We Trust" and one without the motto. These coins were produced at the Philadelphia, San Francisco and the Denver mints. The mint mark for Denver can be found on the obverse [heads] side of the coin just above the date and will be the letter "D" and is shown as 1908-D in the values chart below. The letter…
Is there such a Mint mark on a 20 dollar St Gaudens 1924 MS-64 as a capital C with a capital A inside of it?
The 1908 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle was struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints and both made coins with and without the motto "In God We Trust" because of this the coin needs to be seen for and accurate assessment, the values are different. In general circulated examples regardless of motto or mintmark run from $1,550.00 to $1,700.00. Take it to a dealer or collector for a better idea of value.
Uh, don't you mean St Gaudens? Anyway, as of 12/2008 Numismedia quotes a retail price of $1840 for a coin with no mint mark (i.e. Philadelphia) If the coin has a D or S mint mark it is considerably rarer and should be authenticated by at least 2 certified coin appraisers; values can exceed $100,000.
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.