Why make this 1907 Gold Liberty Head Quarter Eagle $2.50 coin the next addition to your collection?
The U.S. Mint’s Liberty Head Gold Quarter Eagle series was issued for nearly seventy years, from 1840 until 1907. The series represents the longest running $2.50 denomination circulating gold coin in U.S. history. Design of the series is credited to Christian Gobrecht, that artist who served as the Mint’s third Chief Engraver, from 1840 until 1844.
- This is a final year of issue 1907 Liberty Head Gold Quarter Eagle coin!
- The coin was struck at the Philadelphia Mint.
- The $2.50 face value coin is crafted from 0.1209 Troy oz. of .900 fine gold.
- The bullion coin measures 18 mm in diameter.
- The NGC’s elite Green Label is included with the coin.
- Final mintage is reported to be 336,294 pieces.
Elegant Portrayal of Lady Liberty
Obverse: Lady Liberty is depicted as a young woman facing left on the obverse, with her wavy tresses bound in a fashionable knot by a length of pearls and tamed with a “LIBERTY” inscribed coronet. The portrait is framed by thirteen six-pointed stars, with “1907” inscribed below.
Reverse: The reverse features a beautifully rendered heraldic eagle with an olive branch and three arrows gripped in its talons. The national bird is encircled by the inscriptions “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and “2 1/2 D.”
Spectacular Mint State 64
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has examined this 1907 Liberty Head $2.5 Gold Quarter Eagle coin and deemed it to be in Mint State 64 condition for its superb strike, gorgeous amount of original Mint luster and outstanding eye appeal. The coin is encapsulated in a sonically sealed protective holder accompanied by the NGC’s green certification label. The Green Label is only awarded to coins that were first subjected to a comprehensive list of quality expectations pertaining to luster, tone, strike and eye appeal assembled by a group of independent numismatic industry experts at the Rare Coin Company of America (RARCOA), before then being submitted to NGC for certification and encapsulation.
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