The Last Denver Mint Liberty Head Half-Eagle Gold Coin
A rarely seen, brilliant uncirculated final-year 1907 $5 Liberty Head gold coin…
• The $5 Liberty Head gold coin was struck at the Denver Mint for just two years — with the coveted “D” mint mark — and the 1907 issue was the last in the series from the Denver Mint.
• The $5 gold coin was the lowest mintage U.S. coin struck in 1907, adding to the already extreme scarcity.
• Certified by PCGS, one of the most trusted names in the numismatic industry, as uncirculated MS62 condition — two full grades above standard uncirculated coins!
• Struck in 90% pure gold, a level of precious metal unseen in circulating U.S. coins in many generations; each contains nearly one-quarter troy ounce of gold.
• The sonically sealed PCGS holder ensures that the coin can be safely examined on both sides without fear of damage from dust, dirt and fingerprints.
• Accompanied by a luxurious wooden Display Chest (measuring 8¼" x 5⅞" x 1½").
• Comes with a Collector’s Guide that furnishes fascinating details about the Denver Mint and the last $5 Liberty Head gold coin minted there.
• Guarantee of Satisfaction: Free returns for replacement or full refund.
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