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Tag: Augustus Saint-Gaudens

  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    US $10 gold pieces add weight to Stephenson’s Coin Auction slated for Dec. 20

    Earliest coin in sale is PGCS-graded 1881 $10 US Liberty Head gold piece 1901 $10 U.S. Liberty Head gold piece, PCGS-graded MS62. Estimate: $900-$1,200 SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. – Numismatics, the study and collecting of coins, is a popular hobby that’s as old as money itself. What sets coins apart from many other…

    US $10 gold pieces add weight to Stephenson’s Coin Auction slated for Dec. 20
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    Coins, Bank Notes & Postage Stamps

    St. Gaudens $20 gold coins are among the most sought-after American coins for their value and design. The $20 St. Gaudens coins were produced between 1907 and 1933. They were named after Augustus Saint-Gaudens, a celebrated American sculptor who was asked by President Theodore Roosevelt to beautify American coinage. The…

    Gold Medallion Foreign gold medallion dated 1776 obverse showing portrait of Josephuf.I.D.G with large crest on reverse
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    The Mackinaw Collection US Coins Month-Long Online Auction

    In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt decided American coinage should be more decorative. He commissioned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens for the initiative, and the result was the Saint-Gaudens double eagle coin. A 1931 Saint-Gaudens double eagle is highlighted in the upcoming US Coins event, offered by Heritage Auctions. The twenty-dollar coin shows…

    The 1931 is among the scarcest and most sought-after issues in the Saint-Gaudens double eagle