5 Liberty Head Half Gold Coin | 1839-1908 | USA
The US mint was founded in 1792 and mints all circulating US-Dollar notes, coins and world famous gold and silver investment products, such as the American Eagle.
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First authorized in 1792, the historic “Half Eagle” was one of the first gold coins produced by the US Mint. The “Liberty Head” $5 Half Eagle design was created in 1839 and was minted until 1908.
The front side of the coin depicts the image of Lady Liberty. Surrounding the outer edge are 13 stars, representing the 13 original colonies. The year of issue is embossed below the portrait of Lady Liberty. The design was created by Christian Gobrecht.
The reverse side shows the eagle with outstretched wings. The inscription around the outer edge reads “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”. The nominal value of “FIVE D” is engraved below the eagle.
The coins were produced at US Mint locations in Denver, Charlotte, Dahlonega, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Carson City and New Orleans.
Manufacturer: US Mint
Country of Origin: United States
Weight: .2419 ounces
Diameter: 21.9 mm
Purity: 90% Gold
Date of Issue: 1839-1908
Denomination: 5 Dollars
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Gross Weight||8.35 grams|
|Year of issue||1866-1908|
|Face value||5 Dollar|
|Packing||Single in Pouch|
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