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From 1839 to 1907, the $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle coin was circulated. It has a significantly higher gold content than many other pieces of circulated currency thanks to its vintage preceding the 1933 gold coin cessation. Its historic significance continues courtesy of it being the only coin ever produced simultaneously by seven United States mints.
The condition of this coin is classified as Mint State 63 (MS 63).
An ever-popular symbol on American coins, the Heraldic Eagle appears on the reverse side of this coin. One talon clutches an olive branch while in the other, a set of arrows. The coin’s face value and "United States of America" is engraved on this side as well. Designer Christian Gobrecht depicts Lady Liberty on the obverse side of this coin. Her left portrait is a headshot only donning her "Liberty" engraved crown. Surrounding her are 13 stars and the year of minting.
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