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Money Metals Exchange proudly offers the $2.50 U.S. Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle. The quarter eagles were introduced in 1840, two years after the second wave of eagles, and about 36 years after the originals.
These coins may be in polished or cleaned condition and are NOT slabbed or graded. Some coins may have extensive wear.
ABOUT THE DESIGN
Lady Liberty Head (obverse) - The U.S. Mint continued with the same consistent design of previous Eagle coins. It features Lady Liberty's side profile along with thirteen stars circling the coin and the year below.
American Eagle (reverse) - The reverse design of these pre-1933 U.S. gold coins displays the Great Seal of the United States.
Please note that Money Metals would absolutely not be offering these types of coins if it were not for the attractive bullion-like premiums. Right now, these coins have very low fractional gold prices, and whatever premiums that existed in the past have essentially evaporated.
Investors looking to buy the $2.50 U.S. Liberty Gold Quarter Eagles online, or over the phone, should call Money Metals Exchange directly at 1-800-800-1865. Customers can also inquire about our gold US coins price and availability and/or to place an order.
|Mint Facility:||U.S. Mint|
|Dates:||1849 - 1907|
|Quality / Type:||Coins are not graded and may be polished. Condition will vary. Some coins may have extensive wear.|
|Purity:||90% Gold, 10% Copper|
|Gold Weight:||$2.50 = .1209 Troy Ounces (Uncirculated)|
We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!
Our current buy pricing is $188.97 each and we will buy up to 100 ounces at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.
Learn more about the process for selling to us here.
By on March 26th, 2017
These coins were amazing! Both in excellent condition even though one of them had been around for well over 150 years with an 1855 date! I appreciate the ability to amass gold with these historic gems!