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    Certified Pre-1933 US Gold Coins

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    1904 Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin NGC MS63

    The Gold Double Eagle is one of the most memorable historic gold coins from the United States Mint. Issued as part of the nation’s first domestic fiat currency, the US Eagle, these $20 gold pieces came into being following the California Gold Rush in 1848-1849. The Gold Double Eagle would remain in production and circulation through the 1930s. Right now, 1904 $20 Liberty... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin (Type 1, MS62, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1849-1854. The United States Mint produced $1 Gold Coins from 1849-1889. During its 40 year mintage, the coin would undergo three major design changes. These particular $1 Liberty Gold Coins are the original version, which circulated between 1849 and 1854. ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS62, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note that these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1908-1929 to fulfill your order based on our inventory.  The Indian Head Gold Quarter Eagle Coin is one...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Liberty Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62 condition. We will select coins from years 1839-1908 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. With its limited production period between 1839 and 1908...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS63, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note that these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1908-1929 to fulfill your order based on our inventory.  During the latter stages of the 19th century the...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin (Type 1, MS63, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1849-1854. The United States Mint produced $1 Gold Liberty Coins from 1849-1889. However, due to multiple design revisions during its 40 year mintage, three different versions of the coin were released: the original (Type I), the 1854 revision (Type II) and... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS63, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note that these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1840-1907 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. The US Mint has a long history when it comes to minting gold coins, one that stretches back farther than most other mints from around the world. The $2.5 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle is guaranteed t... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS64, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note that these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1840-1907 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. The United States Mint first released the $2.5 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle Coin in 1840 and continued its mintage until 1907. The gold content of each coin measures .12094 troy oz. All the Libert... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin PCGS AU55

    The final design featured on the circulating $5 gold coin in the US Eagle denomination was introduced in 1908. Designed by Bela Lyon Pratt, the design on the Quarter Eagle and Half Eagle in the early 20th century was both one of the first effigies of an indigenous figure on US currency and the first-ever incuse strike on an American coin. Right now, certified Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS63 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Liberty Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition. We will select coins from years 1839-1908 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. The United States Mint produced the $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle coin from 1839 to 1908. The half eagle coins from this collection are among the few to have remained in acceptable con... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin (MS61, PCGS or NGC)

    From 1792 to 1933, the United States Mint struck circulation gold coins for use in commercial transactions. These coins were known as Gold Eagles, and the central denomination was the Gold Eagle coin issued for $10. Various options were also struck in different weights, including the Half Eagle at $5 (USD). Right now, Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coins are available to... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.5 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC) 

    The $2.5 Liberty Quarter Eagle was released by the US Mint in 1847 and would continue to circulate until 1907 when it was replaced by the Indian Gold Quarter Eagle. Each coin was struck by the US Mint with a $2.50 legal tender value and contained .12094 troy ounces .900 of pure gold. All coins featured in this listing have been certified by either the PCGS or NGC as being ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin (MS62, PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Indian Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62 condition. We will select coins from years prior to 1933 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. One of the most recognizable coin designs in modern history is without a doubt that which is found on the $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle. These coins are guaranteed to be Mint State ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS64 (PCGS or NGC)

    From 1795 to 1929, the United States Mint issued the Gold Half Eagle Coin as one of the original, and longest-running, coin denominations. The coin was taken out of circulation in 1933 when the United States halted the gold standard and collected gold coins out in circulation and those sitting in bank vaults. Right now, Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins with certific... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Indian Gold Coin MS64 (Type 3, PCGS or NGC)

    The US $1 Liberty Gold Coin was in production at the United States Mint from 1849 to 1889. The coin was relatively short-lived when compared to the US silver dollar coins and the Gold Eagle denominations, but it was nonetheless popular as a gold piece. In its short history, the coin went through three obverse design versions and two reverse design versions. Today, Pre-33 $... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin MS63 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Indian Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition. We will select coins from years prior to 1933 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. The US Mint has long been known for its production of high-quality US coins, but few are more popular or well-known than the $5 Indian Head Gold Half Eagle. These coins were min... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (MS61, PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Liberty Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS61 condition. We will select coins from years 1838-1907 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. As one of the most widely revered and recognized coins in the world, the $10 Liberty Gold Eagle is extremely sought after by collectors and investors alike. This celebrated coin wa... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin (MS62, PCGS or NGC)

    Gold coins issued by the United States Mint prior to 1933 were not investment-grade gold bullion products, but rather circulation coins meant for use in commercial transactions. The Gold Eagle Series was the most prominent gold coin collection and debuted from the US Mint in 1795. The Indian Gold Eagle coins were available from 1907 to 1916 and sporadically afterward thoug... Read More

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    1926 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    The Indian Gold Eagle was the final design used for the $10 denomination of the US Eagle. Redesigned in 1907, the Indian Gold Eagle was one of two designs from Augustus Saint-Gaudens to grace the final iterations of US Eagle...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin (MS63, PCGS or NGC)

    The Indian Gold Eagle coin from the United States Mint was available in the early 20th century and replaced the long-running design from Christian Gobrecht. The Indian Gold Eagle was, in actuality, a design of Liberty wearing a Native American feathered headdress and was featured only sporadically. Right now, Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coins are available to purchase onl... Read More

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    1926 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin MS63 (PCGS or NGC)

    Many of the circulation gold coins issued by the United States Mint prior to 1933 have been lost to history. Following the end of the gold standard in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s administration authorized the collection and melting of US circulation gold coins. For many of the remaining date marks across the 19th and 20th centuries, surviving specimens in the... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle Gold Coin was first introduced by the US Mint in 1908 and would continue to be produced until 1929. Each coin was struck using .12094 troy ounces of .900 pure gold with a $2.50 face value. Each of the coins in this listing have been certified by either the PCGS or NGC and given a grade of Mint State 65. All coins will ship in their protective... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin (MS64, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note that these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1907-1933. The $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle Coin was minted from 1907 to 1933. It would end up being the last gold Indian head coin to ever be produced by the United States Mint, making it a popular, but rare piece among both investors and collectors. The... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS65 (PCGS or NGC)

    Prior to 1933, the circulation coins in the United States included several gold pieces. The US Eagle denomination was introduced in 1795 and remained in production and circulation through 1933. These Pre-33 coins include four denominations, with each coin boasting 90% gold and 10% copper from 1837 onward. Right now, certified Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins are ava... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin MS64 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these Indian Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64 condition. We will select coins from years prior to 1933 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. The US Mint has long been one of the most revered mints in all of North America and has been producing the United States’ currency since the late 18th century. Through those y... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin (MS61, PCGS or NGC)

    The Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin was the first of its kind in the United States. When the US Mint released these coins in 1850, it marked the first-ever striking of a gold coin with a $20 (USD) face value....... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin (MS61, PCGS or NGC)

    The $20 Gold Double Eagle is considered by many to be the most beautiful gold coin in the nation’s history. Its iconic design was created in 1907 by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and features an inspiring vision of Liberty leading the nation forward from the capital city of Washington D.C. Right now, Pre-33 $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coins are available to purchase onl... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note that these $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62. We will ship coins of our choice—based on our inventory—from years 1850-1907. This historic coin design was introduced in 1850 and has...... Read More

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    1900 Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    From 1850 to 1907, the Liberty Head design theme was used on the coins of the Double Eagle Gold Series. The last entrant in the series, the $20 denomination known as the Double Eagle was introduced following the California Gold...... Read More

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    1907 Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    In 1907, the $20 Gold Double Eagle coin from the United States Mint transitioned from its original 1850 design to the final visual it would feature. The Liberty Gold Double Eagle design featured on the coins for 57 years from...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin MS63 (PCGS or NGC)

    In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt personally met with Irish-born artist and sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to ask for his help redesigning American gold coins. The image that Saint-Gaudens developed is today considered the most beautiful to ever appear on an American...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin MS63 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: please note that $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (MS63) Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63. We will ship coins of our choice from years 1850-1907 based on our inventory at the time of your order. The renowned Double Eagle design was originally introduced by the U.S. Mint in 1850. Since that time it has become one of the nation’s most iconic coin desi... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin MS64 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1907-1933. Labels may vary. Coins will be chosen based on our inventory at the time you place your order. Revered as one of the most beautiful American coins, the $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle is regarded as a high point of American minting ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin MS64 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: please note that the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle (MS64) is either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64. We will ship coins of our choice from years 1850-1907 based on our inventory at the time of your order. Introduced in 1850, the iconic Double Eagle design has become an icon of American coinage. This celebrated coin was first minted as the result of the California ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin MS65 (PCGS or NGC)

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    Customers: Please note that these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS65 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1907-1933 and based on our inventory at the time of your order. Regarded as one of the...... Read More

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    1927 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin MS65 (PCGS or NGC)

    The Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin design is widely regarded as America’s most beautiful coin design of the 20th century. Created by Irish-American artist and sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the front-facing vision of Liberty has been one of the most replicated...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    Many of America’s greatest historic coins were lost to history not because of time, but because of financial distress. The Great Depression forced the US government into drastic measures, including the collection and melting of all gold coins in circulation. For a limited time, you can purchase a Pre-1933 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin (MS66, PCGS or NGC)

    The Double Eagle was a circulation gold coin in the United States issued between 1849 and the end of circulation gold coinage in the United States in 1933. Only two designs were ever used on the obverse and reverse faces of the coin, with the so-called Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle coins representing those struck from 1907 to 1933 and designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle was struck by the US Mint from 1850 to 1907 and was the largest gold coin produced during the time. Each $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle was struck in the United States using 90.0% gold and contained a total of .9675 troy ounces. All of the coins featured in this particular collection have been certified as being in MS65 condition by either ... Read More

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    1908 Pre-33 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin NGC MS67 (Wells Fargo Label)

    The Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle was the second design used on these $20 gold pieces and is arguably the most popular. Created in 1907, this design debuted that same year and was available on the coins through 1933. Today, 1908...... Read More

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    1904 Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin MS66 (PCGS or NGC)

    The Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin is one of America’s most iconic designs. Created following the California Gold Rush, the Double Eagle’s obverse design was made by James B. Longacre and modeled on the 1838 design from Christian Gobrecht. Right now, 1904 Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coins in certified condition are available to purchase online at JM Bullion. ... Read More

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    1909-D $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The Indian Half Eagle was one of the most significant American gold coins ever issued. Released in 1908 on the $5 Half Eagle, this design was the nation’s first-ever incuse strike. It was also the first use of an indigenous figure on a major American denomination. Now, 1909-D $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coins in certified condition are available to you for purchase online ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS61, PCGS or NGC)

    Among America’s first coin series from the United States Mint was the collection of gold coins issued using the terminology “eagle.” These gold coins were the first-ever circulation US coinage from the mint and remained in circulation from introduction in 1795 to the end of US gold coining in 1933. The Pre-33 $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle Coin is now available to y... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Indian Gold Coin (Type 3, MS62, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1856-1889. In 1856, the United States Mint released the final revision of the $1 Indian Gold Coin, which became known as the Type III version. Unfortunately, due to the Act of September 26, 1890, the United State would no longer allow gold coins to be produ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle Coin MS61 (PCGS or NGC)

    One of the first gold coins produced by the United States of America was the Gold Eagle Series of circulation coins. From the moment the US Mint began operations following its 1792 founding, gold coins in the Gold Eagle Series were in production for American citizens to use in commercial transactions. One of the most popular coins of this series is the Gold Quarter Eagle c... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Indian Gold Coin (Type 3, MS63, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1856-1889. The Type III $1 Indian Head Gold Coin was produced by the United States Mint from 1856- 1889. Although it was the last coin in the $1 gold coin series, it would be one of the most historically significant. This Type III coin was among the few rem... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS62, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: We will select either PCGS or NGC certified coins from 1840-1907 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. The evolution of the US Mint’s offering of gold coins has come a long way since the first coins rolled off the production line in the late 18th century. While the $2.5 Liberty Head Quarter Eagle gold coin was not first minted until 1840, it giv... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin MS61 (PCGS or NGC)

    The $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle was minted by the United States from 1839 to 1908 and since then, it has become one of the most sought after coins among collectors. Every Liberty Half Eagle was minted using 90.0% gold and contained a total of .2419 troy ounces. The coins in this listing have been certified by either the NGC or PCGS to be in Mint State 61 condition. Coin ... Read More

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    1856 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin XF45 (PCGS or NGC)

    The US Half Eagle was the $5 denomination in the broader US Eagle Series. The coins were struck by the United States Mint from 1795 to 1929, with the Half Eagle denomination boasting a total of five different designs throughout its coining history. The fourth and longest-lasting design was known as the Liberty Head. Right now, 1856 $5 Liberty Half Eagle Gold Coins certifie... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Indian Gold Coin (Type 3, MS64, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1856-1889. In 1856, the $1 gold coin series would culminate with its final revision, the Type III $1 Indian Gold Coin. This version of the coin was one of the last $1 gold coins to be produced by the United States. The last of these coins were minted in 1... Read More

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    Pre-33 $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle Coin (MS64, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note that these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1908-1929 to fulfill your order based on our inventory.  The US Mint is undeniably one of the most recognized throughout the world. Some of their best coins were first produced midway through the 19th century during the California gold rush. The $2.5... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coin (PCGS MS64)

    Customers: Please note we will select coins from years 1839-1907 to fulfill your order based on our inventory. This $5 Liberty Half Eagle has been graded to be in very good condition by the PCGS. These coins have been kept in their certified protective slabs which also boast the MS64 grade at the top. This US Coin has not been minted for more than 100 years at this poi... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Indian Gold Coin MS63 (Type 3, PCGS or NGC)

    From 1849 to 1889, the United States Mint produced a $1 (USD) gold coin for use in circulation. The coins were relatively short-lived in production due to the start of the Civil War and a slow ramp-up in production following the war, but the coins shared a common design element typically of American denominations of the 19th century. Right now, Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coins... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin (Type 1, MS64, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS64 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1849-1854. From 1849-1889, the United States Mint produced $1 Gold Coins. Due to design changes in 1849 and again 1866, three versions of this coin were minted. This specific $1 Liberty Gold Coin is known as the Type 1 version, which circulated between 1849... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Indian Gold Coin (Type 3, MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The $1 Indian Gold Coin was the 3rd one-dollar coin design struck in 90.0% pure gold by the United States. These coins were produced by the US Mint from 1856 to 1889 and weighed the same as previous $1 coins (.048375 troy ounces). All coins from this listing have been designated as being in Mint State 65 condition by either the PCGS or NGC. Coins with this high grade still... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagles MS61 (PCGS or NGC)

    The final design used by the United States Mint in its coveted Eagle gold series was the $10 Indian Gold Eagle. This image was created in 1907 as a replacement for the long-running Liberty Head Coronet image. Augustus Saint-Gaudens was responsible for this redesign and completed the work at the same time he redesigned the Double Gold Eagle coin. No... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    The Gold Eagle was the first-ever gold coin issued by the United States Mint and originated in 1792 when Congress passed the Coinage Act of 1792. This act established the US Mint and set the parameters for the production and issuance of new American coinage. The Gold Eagle Series was the first circulation gold coin issued by the United States and featured a base value of $... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (MS63, PCGS or NGC)

    Prior to 1933, the United States Mint issued gold coins for use in circulation. The longest-running coin series in US history was known as the Gold Eagle, issued by the mint from 1795 to 1933 when the administration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt called an end to the gold standard and ceased issuing gold coins. The Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin is currently availa... Read More

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    Pre-33 $1 Liberty Gold Coin (Type 1, MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The $1 Gold Coin was produced as circulating currency by the US Mint between 1849 and 1854, before being replaced by the type 2 coins. Each of these $1 Liberty Gold Coins contains .048375 troy ounces of .900 pure gold content and has been certified by either the NGC or PCGS as being in Mint State 65 condition. This means that every coin from this listing still has its orig... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin MS64 (PCGS or NGC)

    The Liberty Head Eagle was the longest-running design in the famous US Eagle gold coin denomination. Introduced in 1838, the Liberty Gold Eagle was produced for circulation use in the United States through 1907. Right now, Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coins in certified condition are available to purchase online at JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Arrives inside a PCG... Read More

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    1926 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin MS64 (PCGS or NGC)

    Certified specimens of $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coins issued after 1916 are hard to find in the 21st century. After 1916, there were only five date marks issued in the $10 Indian Gold Eagle Series, with two releases in the 1920s and three releases in the 1930s. Now, 1926 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coins in Mint State condition are available to you for purchase online from JM Bulli... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    Customers: Please note these coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS62 condition and will be from years of our choice, all 1907-1933 and based on our inventory at the time you place your order. Renowned as one of America’s most beautiful coins, the $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle (MS62) is regarded as a high point in American minting. This enchanting design was ... Read More

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    1908 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coin "No Motto" (NGC MS67)

    The most popular gold coin ever struck by the United States is the Gold Double Eagle. Widely used throughout the country from 1849 to 1933, the Gold Double Eagle was a $20 (USD) coin in the wider Gold Eagle Series of circulation gold currency that was based upon the $10 (USD) face value of the Gold Eagle. Today, 1908 $20 Saint Gaudens Gold Double Eagle Coins are available ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The U.S. Mint started producing $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coins in 1838. Almost 70 years later, in 1907, these coins stopped production. The Liberty Gold Eagle was the second design for $10 Gold Eagles. Since it was minted before the cessation of gold currency in the U.S. in 1933, it is not only rare, but also features a purity of 90.0% that catches the attention of both coll... Read More

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    Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The Indian Gold Half Eagle was minted by the United States from 1908 to 1929 to serve as a circulation coin with a $5 USD legal tender value. Each $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle was struck by the US Mint using 90.0% gold and contained a total of .24187 troy ounces. All coins included in this listing have been carefully selected and certified by either the NGC or PCGS to be in M... Read More

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    1908 Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle 5-Coin Set PCGS AU55

    The Indian Half Eagle design was the last one to grace the $5 Half Eagle denomination from the United States Mint. Introduced in 1908, the Indian Half Eagle was issued annually up to the start of World War I before being suspended. It was later issued one final time in 1929. Today, 1908 Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle 5-Coin Sets with AU55 grades for each coin are availab... Read More

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    Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin MS66 (PCGS or NGC)

    The most popular gold coin in American history is the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle coin. Issued by the United States Mint from 1849 to 1933, the coin featured only two different designs of Liberty during its nearly century-long run in circulation. In this listing, the first design to grace the coins is offered. The Pre-33 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle Coin is currently av... Read More

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    Certified Pre-1933 US Gold Coins

    With each passing year, there are fewer Americans who can remember a time when gold and silver were more than an investment. Prior to 1933, the United States of America was on the gold standard and backed its limited paper notes in circulation with physical gold and silver. More impressively, this era still saw gold and silver coins in circulation in the hands of Americans on a daily basis. Finding remaining Pre-1933 US Gold coins gets harder by the year. That means that finding certified specimens is even more impressive. JM Bullion is proud to offer its customers a chance to own a range of different Pre-1933 US Gold coins with certifications from the PCGS and NGC.

    A Brief History on Pre-1933 US Gold Coins

    Starting in 1794, the very first coins the United States Mint issued for circulation use in the nation were struck in gold. The most common circulation pieces were the coins of the US Eagle denomination. This included the US Eagle, a $10 (USD) piece. Other coins available from this point were the US Half Eagle and US Quarter Eagle, with face values of $5 (USD) and $2.50 (USD). In 1849, a US Double Eagle was issued with a $20 (USD) face value. Additionally, from 1849 to 1889 the US Mint issued a gold dollar coin with a face value of $1 (USD).

    The gold content of these coins stabilized in 1837 and remained the same until 1933 when gold coinage was suspended. From 1837 to 1933, US gold coins of all denominations had 90% gold with 10% copper. Copper was included in the alloy to strengthen the coins for circulation use. Prior to 1837, the gold content of US gold coins was as follows:

    • 1794/1795 – 1833: The United States Mint initially used a 22-karat gold content, or crown gold, alloy for its gold coinage. At this time, US law mandated 91.67% gold in the coins. However, the remaining percentage could vary from as much as 8.33% copper to as little as 4.167% copper and 4.167% silver.
    • 1834-1836: For a brief period of time, the US Mint lowered the gold content of its coins to .8992 fine gold.

    Pre-1933 US Gold Designs

    The aforementioned collections offered a variety of different designs for circulation use. Each of these designs remains popular with collectors in the 21st century. The four denominations of the US Eagle largely shared designs across the program in the 19th century. The 20th-century issues of US Eagles had variations between some of the denominations. Below is a brief breakdown of designs on Pre-1933 US Gold Coins:

    • Turban Head: The very first design to feature on all four denominations in the US Eagle. It was used from 1796 to 1807 and saw very limited mintages in the early days of the Republic. Early Turban Head designs were used right-profile reliefs, while the latter shift to the Capped Bust changed the arrangement.
    • Capped Bust: The Capped Bust design is very similar to the Turban Head, but is a left-profile relief with a lower-profile cap on Liberty’s head. This design was issued on and off from 1808 to 1829.
    • Classic Head: From 1834 to 1839, the denominations of the US Eagle largely featured a left-profile relief of Liberty with long, flowing hair and a coronet crown.
    • Liberty Head/Coronet Head: The longest-running design in the history of the series, the Liberty Head design shows Liberty in left-profile relief with her hair up in a bun and a coronet crown. This design featured across the denominations from 1838/1839 to 1907.
    • Indian Head: Two different Indian Head designs were issued by the US Mint starting in 1907. One was on the US Eagle and created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. It featured a feminine depiction of Liberty with an indigenous headdress. The Half Eagle and Quarter Eagle featured Bela Lyon Pratt’s first-ever effigy of an indigenous figure on American coinage. The left-profile relief not only showed an indigenous figure, but he also wore a large, feathered headdress. This design was unique in that it was struck incuse on the coins, meaning it was sunk into the design field
    • Saint-Gaudens Liberty: Unique to the US Double Eagle, this portrait was revolutionary and shows the full-length figure of Liberty in front-facing relief as she walks toward the viewer with a torch in one hand and an olive branch in the other. This design was used on the Double Eagle from 1907 to 1933.

    These coins featured varying reverse designs. The most common was the heraldic eagle of the United States. The only coins to feature different reverse visuals were the Indian Head Quarter Eagle and Half Eagle, and the Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. The Indian Head coins featured an eagle at rest on a sheaf of arrows. The Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle came with a depiction of the eagle soaring over the sun.

    As for the US Gold Dollar Coin, the US Mint used three different obverse designs and two different reverse designs. These coins are known as the Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3 releases. Details include:

    • Type 1: the first design from James B. Longacre used by the popular Coronet Head from the US Eagle denomination. Her left-profile portrait is shown with 13 stars around the design. This design was used from 1849 to 1854. These coins had a wreath on the reverse with the nation of issue outside the wreath and the denomination and date within.
    • Type 2: a short-lived change came in 1854 as the Liberty Head was replaced with a design known as the Indian Princess. It showed a smaller Liberty head with a feathered headdress and an inscription of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
    • Type 3: the final design was a modification on the Type 2 Liberty that enlarged the size of Liberty’s head in the portrait field. This was used from 1856 to 1889. The reverse of Type 2 and Type 3 coins was the same. With the nation of issue moved to the obverse, the Type 2/3 reverse features a larger wreath with the denomination and date inside.

    Common Grades for Pre-1933 US Gold Coins

    As you browse our catalog of Certified Pre-1933 US Gold Coins, you will find a wide variety of certifications available. However, given the age of the coins and the fact that many were handled in circulation for years, if not decades, most of the grades are in the low 60s. Below are some basic descriptions of the most common grades:

    • XF45: known as Extremely Fine, a coin with an XF grade in the 45 range has light wear on the highest points of relief. Mint luster may possibly remain on specimens such as these.
    • MS61: mint luster is diminished or otherwise impaired on Mint State 61 coins, with clusters of large and small contact marks, hairlines that are noticeable, and scuff marks.
    • MS62: mint luster may be impaired or otherwise dull on Mint State 62 coins. Each one may have clusters of small contact marks, noticeable hairlines, and scuff marks.
    • MS63: mint luster is likely to be slightly impaired on a Mint State 63 coin, with small contact marks and a few heavier marks. Smaller hairlines are present on these coins and lesser scuffs.
    • MS64: you will notice an average mint luster on a Mint State 64 coin, with small contact marks, one or two heavier marks, and only one or two small patches of hairlines. Any scuff marks are light in nature.
    • MS65: an attractive, high-quality luster given the date of these coins remains on a Mint State 65 specimen. Contact marks or small and scattered, with up to two larger contact marks possible and only one or two small patches of hairlines. Scuff marks are only light in nature.
    • MS66: these coins have an above-average quality and mint luster, with no more than three or four contact marks. Light hairlines may be visible, but only under magnification, and there are no more than one or two light scuffs.
    • MS67: original mint luster is likely to remain on Mint State 67 coins, with no more than three or very extremely small contact marks. One or two single hairlines (not patches) may be visible, with only one or two minor scuffs.

    Collecting Certified Pre-1933 US Gold Coins at JM Bullion

    Some of the Pre-1933 US Gold Coins on this page are more than 100 years old; some are even closer to 150 years old. The number of Pre-1933 US Gold Coins available was severely impacted by the federal government’s move to outlaw private gold ownership in 1933. The end of the gold standard meant the US government collected all circulating gold coins and melted them down into gold bullion bars for government depositories.

    As such, remaining Pre-1933 US Gold Coins of any kind are a treasure to behold. Take into account the quality of certified coins from this era, and you have a true treat. If you have any questions, please contact JM Bullion at 800-276-6508. We are also available online using our live chat and email address features. For questions regarding payment methods, we invite you to first visit our Payment Methods page.