The Liberty Head coin was minted in the wake of the California Gold Rush. The U.S. Treasury was receiving an unprecedented amount of gold and because of the high supply, was forced to expand its original mintage plan. As a result, multiple double eagle coins, including the Liberty Head coin, were produced. With a face value of $20, it was the largest denomination of regular U.S. issues.
The obverse features a sharp profile of Lady Liberty and the year of mintage, while the reverse shows a hand-drawn depiction of the Great Seal of the United States by Anthony C. Paquet and the face value. Across the top are the words "United States of America."
This is a representative image of the Liberty Head coin. While you will receive a coin that is the same year, mint mark, grade, and grading service, please note that you will not receive the coin pictured.
Overview of the 1893 $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle PCGS MS63