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Liberty 5 Gold Half Eagles

The Liberty $5 Half Eagle Gold coin contains 0.2419 troy ounces of gold.


Learn More About Liberty 5 Gold Half Eagles

The Liberty or Coronet Head $5 Half Eagle gold coins were minted from 1839 to 1908 and contain 0.2419 troy ounces of gold. The coins are made from "standard gold", which is an alloy of 90% gold and 10% copper, making them tangible assets that are valued not only for their gold content but also for their historical and collectible value.

The overall weight of each coin is approximately 8.359 grams.

The Liberty Series $5 Gold Half Eagle features a bust of Liberty facing left, wearing a coronet inscribed LIBERTY with thirteen stars encircling the bust and the date positioned below. Her hair is knotted in the back with hanging curls.

The reverse depicts an eagle holding an olive branch and arrows, surrounded by the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and FIVE D. Mint marks are situated in the area below the eagle.

Many bullion investors are drawn to raw, circulated $5 Liberty Gold Coins because of their connection to history as a store of value and wealth. These coins were issued by the US Mint and are currency. Premiums on circulated Pre-1933 gold coins have dropped in recent years making them an attractive investment.