American Double Eagle, Common Date, St. Gaudens Design 0.9675 Ounces Of Gold
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The St. Gaudens double Eagle gold coin is a coin that was produced by the United States Mint from 1907 to 1933. The coin was used as inspiration for the design of the American Eagle gold coin, which was introduced in 1986.
The front of the St. Gauden coin coin features an image of Lady Liberty carrying a torch in her right hand, and an olive branch in her left. The sun is rising in the background behind her. the word 'Liberty' is written above her.
The reverse of the St. Gauden gold coin features a flying Eagle, again, with the sun rising in the background.
The St. Gauden double Eagle has a face value of $20 USD.
The coin is named after its designer, Augustus Saint Gauden.
The United States Mint also produces the American Eagle coin series, which is available in gold, silver and platinum, and the American Buffalo series, which available in gold only.