Silver.com is pleased to offer Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins. Struck with .2419 oz of pure gold, these historic coins are ideal for both investors and collectors of gold coins. These remarkable coins have certainly stood the test of time and we offer them in almost uncirculated condition. Investing in gold has been a smart fiscal practice since antiquity. In these times of unreliable economies, investment in gold remains tremendously popular. If you are in search of a safe means to diversify your wealth, gold investment remains a great option.
- Made with .2419 oz of .900 pure gold
- Contains $5 face value
- Issued by United States Mint
- Available in almost uncirculated condition
The Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle remains a hallmark of American coin history. These offerings, of course, have been minted before 1933. However, Silver.com will ship years based on our inventory at the time you place your order. These coins have been minted between 1838 and 1907. The design of the coin was created by Christian Gobrecht, a chief engraver for the U.S. Mint. The obverse side of each coin shows Lady Liberty encircled by thirteen stars, reflective of the thirteen original American colonies. The reverse side of the coins depicts a heraldic eagle that holds a shield to its breast. Each coin is further stamped with “United States of America.”
Silver.com will ship these coins in their stated condition. Each mailing is insured as a protection to our customers and packaged with care. It may be helpful to remember that these are heirloom pieces, exceptional examples of America’s early coin history. Because they are made with pure gold, they are also highly sought after by investors. In addition, with their artistically wrought designs and gold luster, they are particularly attractive—a wonderful sight to behold.
If you have any questions about these Pre-33 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle Coins (AU), please call Silver.com at 888-989-7223 and our customer staff will be delighted to assist you. Be sure to peruse our other Pre-1933 $5 Liberty Coins, which also make fine additions to investment portfolios and coin collections alike.