1914 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle PCGS MS65+

One of the Very Finest

The 1914 is a relatively low-mintage issue, boasting a production total of only 95,250 coins. These were produced chiefly for the purpose of backing gold certificates being issued for circulation. Most surviving coins, repatriated from overseas, are extensively bag-marked from repeated moving and jostling in bags. In Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles, Roger Burdette reasons that most of the high-grade survivors known today came from the same few bags that received less movement throughout their life. A few high-grade pieces may also trace their origins to collectors who acquired them directly from the Mint Cashier in the United States. The one offered here boasts clean surfaces with a satin-like texture. Only 8 have been graded higher by PCGS.

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1907 Wire Edge High Relief Double Eagle PCGS MS66

A Gorgeous One

The 1907 High Reliefs are generally acknowledged as THE most beautifully designed circulation strike U.S. coins. They were the result of collaboration between sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens (who was encouraged to develop the design by President Theodore Roosevelt) and Chief Engraver Charles Barber of the Philadelphia Mint.  Each coin required three blows from the 150-ton medal press to completely bring up the design, and the planchets had to be annealed between each blow. The average time needed to strike each individual coin was 12 minutes, clearly too slow to strike any large number of coins. By running three medal presses simultaneously and scheduling numerous overtime shifts, the Mint was able to produce a reported 12,367 pieces, before production ceased in early January, enough to satisfy Roosevelt’s desire to showcase the new design to the world.

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1924-S Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS65

Major Rarity

Despite a large original mintage, the 1924-S Saint-Gaudens double eagle is scarce in all grades in today’s market, and Gems are major rarities. Most of the mintage was melted after the Gold Recall of 1933, rendering the official production figures irrelevant. Fortunately for present-day collectors, a number of coins were discovered in European banks, beginning in the 1950s, causing this and many other Saint dates to become more available. On the other hand, when collectors seek an MS65 example, they find the situation has changed little from the early days of the 1940s. That is because coins found in European holdings were subjected to the rigors of transport and storage with other large gold coins and few escaped without significant surface marks. The NGC population is just 19 with 2 higher.

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1907 High Relief Double Eagle NGC PR65+

Gem Proof

No official records have surfaced to document the striking of Proof High Reliefs.  However, David Akers, and many other numismatists have gone on record as believing a small number were struck, and NGC has certified some with specific die characteristics, as proofs (PCGS does not recognize the existence of proof High Reliefs at this time). According to Scott Schechter/NGC: The coins exhibit crisp strikes and distinctive satin surfaces, with heavy, swirling die polish lines, and are struck from the earliest state of one specific die pair. The most easily recognized feature is the edge lettering, as all proofs were struck using the same collar used to strike the Ultra High Relief double eagles, with a raised collar-segment line between the S in PLURIBUS and a star.

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1911 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle PCGS MS65+

Satiny Sashaying Saint

The 1911 claims one of the few mintages of less than 200,000 coins, but the story of its availability is similar to that of other issues in the series. Most examples were exported to European markets, either directly from New York to London or through Ottawa, Canada. Those pieces that avoided melting overseas were subjected to rough handling, explaining why nearly all 1911 double eagles are found in MS64 or lower condition. Gems such as this, are scarce. The PCGS population is only 14 with 19 higher. Listed at $21,500 in the PCGS price guide.

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Rare Late Date Saint – 1925-S Saint Gaudens Double Eagle NGC MS64+

The 1925-S double eagle was spared from complete eradication during the mid-1930s gold melts by trade exportation, which preserved small quantities in South American and other foreign banks until recent decades. Although several hundred thousand pieces were paid out to Federal Reserve Banks, per Roger Burdette, the small surviving population of this date does not suggest that any large quantities ever made it into public hands domestically. The date is scarce across the Mint State spectrum, and its availability declines sharply in MS64. Gems, although in existence, are far out of reach for all but the most financially backed collectors. The NGC population stands at just 1 with 4 higher. Listed at $65,000 in the NGC price guide.

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