1862 Philadelphia Mint Gold Double Eagle 

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The obverse depicts a left-facing bust of Liberty wearing a coronet inscribed “LIBERTY”.

Liberty Head

The reverse shows a majestic heraldic eagle design holding arrows, olive branch, and shield.

Eagle Reverse 

Prolific US Mint engraver James Longacre created the Coronet Double Eagle series minted 1849-1907.  


These large gold pieces contained nearly one full troy ounce of pure 24K gold.

90% Pure Gold

With a broad diameter of 34mm and hefty weight of 33.44 grams, these are very substantial gold coins.


This 1862 double eagle variety was minted at the Philadelphia Mint without a mint mark.  

Philadelphia Mint

As classic US gold coins from the 19th century, these remain in high demand by collectors and investors.


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