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Al. Jerozolimskie 28, Warsaw Poland

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We are professional dealers in coins and banknotes. We offer free and reliable evaluations based on years of experience in buying and selling gold items to numerous clients.

We will provide you with fair pricing of your valuables. You may expect each transaction to be secure and professional.

We buy:

  • gold coins, collectible coins, silver coins, commemorative coins, circulating coins collectibles.
  • banknotes in circulation, collector notes.
  • We buy both individual collectible coins and entire collections of coins; Polish and foreign coins; antique and medieval coins.

If you consider selling your valuables such as coins or banknotes, please contact us for more information. We also invite you to visit us at our office located in the center of Warsaw where we can complete the transaction.

We make immediate cash payments for all purchased items.

 

$20 US Double Eagle, "Liberty Head."

 

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The word "Double Eagle" is derived from the term "Eagle," which was once used to refer to ten dollar coins. The twenty-dollar coin was therefore called the "Double Eagle".

The first gold coins with a $20 denomination were issued in 1850. The coin was minted in the years 1850-1907.

$20 Double Eagle coin - details:

Fineness: 0.900

Weight: 33,44g

AGW: 0,9675oz

Years of issue: Liberty Head 1850-1907.

 

Saint Gaudens $20 US “Double Eagle” Gold Coin.

 

 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle (Podwójny Orzeł)  

 

The word "Double Eagle" is derived from the term "Eagle," which was once used to refer to ten dollar coins. The twenty-dollar coin was therefore called the "Double Eagle".

A double eagle is an official gold coin of the United States with a $20 denomination designed in 1907 by American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

Liberty symbolizing victory is depicted on the obverse of the Saint-Gaudens coin’s final version. Her design was based on Nike, the Winged Victory of Samothrace. Liberty is leading the way with a torch, representing enlightenment, in her front hand and the olive branch, symbolizing peace, held in the back hand. Reverse of the coin features a majestic, bald eagle in flight against the sun’s rays

$20 Double Eagle gold coin details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 33,44g

AGW: 0,9675oz

Years of issue: St. Gaudens: 1908-1933

 

 

$10 US gold coin „Liberty Head”

 

 

The first American ten dollar coins commonly called the “Eagle” were issued for circulation in 1795. The coin measured 27mm in diameter, it’s weight was set at 16.718 g, fineness at 900, so it contained 0.4838 oz of pure gold. The obverse of the coin featured a bust of Liberty facing left, representing victory, freedom and independence. The reverse depicted a bald eagle with its wings spread, with a shield on its breast, holding an olive branch and arrows.

$10 gold coin – details

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 16,72g

AGW: 0,48375oz

Years of issue:   1838-1907

 

 

$10 US gold coin„Liberty Head”

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The “Indian Head” $10 US Gold Eagle coin was another attempt by President Theodore Roosevelt to beautify American coinage. He believed that Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of the most renowned American sculptors, would be capable of this task and invited him to redesign the American ten dollar and twenty dollar coins with a classical touch. The newly minted coins were introduced in 1907 were well received and have been ever since very popular among collectors.

$10 gold coin – details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 16,718g

AGW: 0,48375oz

Years of issue:   1907-1933

 

 

10 Mark German gold coin

 

 

Between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the Mark gold coin was one of the most well-known national currencies in continental Europe. It was used in various types of currency from 1871 to 1915. The obverse depicts the portrait of the former emperor Otto Koenig facing left. The reverse features the Imperial Eagle of the German Empire with value at the bottom and the year of issue.

 

10 Mark gold coin – details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 3,582g

AGW: 0,1152oz

Diameter: 19,5 mm

Years of issue:   1900-1912

 

 

20 Mark German gold coin

 

 

 

Between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the Mark gold coin was one of the most well-known national currencies in continental Europe. It was used in various types of currency from 1871 to 1915.

The obverse depicts the German Emperor.

The reverse features Germany's crowned imperial eagle.

The image of three different emperors on the obverse of the coins during their comparatively short lifespan is one of the most unusual features of the 20 Mark gold coin. In 1888, the German Empire went through a period known as the Year of the Three Emperors. At the beginning of the year, William I, King of Prussia and German Emperor, passed away at the age of 90, and his only son, Frederick III, took his place. However, Frederick III reigned for just 99 days before succumbing to throat cancer. After that, William II assumed control and set the German Empire on a path toward World War I. The obverse of these 20 Mark gold coins featured the right profile of the German ruler, the empire's reigning unit as the German Emperor and King of Prussia after the reunification of the kingdoms under William I. William I appears on coins from 1871 to 1888, while Frederick III appears on a small number of 1888s editions. William II appears on all coins issued from the end of 1888 to the end of 1915. The inscriptions on the coin's obverse are in German. The words Deutscher Kaiser Konig v Preussen denote the monarchs' status as German Emperor and King of Prussia. At this time, the ruler on the throne also has his name. The crowned arms of the German Empire are depicted on the reverse of the 20 Mark gold coin. The design depicts an eagle with its wings outstretched, showing the country of issue and the denomination written in German. The coins in this list are in circulation, exhibiting signs of wear from being used in common currency transactions.

 

20 Mark gold coin – details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 7,168g

Diameter: 22,4 mm

AGW: 0,48375oz

Years of issue:   1871-1915

 

5 Russian Roubles gold coin

 

Tsarist Russian 5 roubles gold coin was minted since 1897 in Saint Petersburg by the master of mint АГ – Apollon Grasgof. The obverse features head of Nicholas II and a legend saying “By God's grace Nikolai II Emperor and Autocrat of All Russia”. The reverse depicts the heraldic double-headed eagle with shields of provinces (duchies) across his chest and wings, holding an orb and scepter.

5 Russian Roubles gold coin - details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 4,28g

Diameter: 18,00 mm

Years of issue: 1897-1911r.

 

7.5 Russian Roubles gold coin

 

Tsarist Russian 7.5 roubles gold coin was minted since 1897 in Saint Petersburg by the master of mint АГ – Apollon Grasgof. The obverse features head of Nicholas II and a legend saying “By God's grace Nikolai II Emperor and Autocrat of All Russia”. The reverse depicts the heraldic double-headed eagle with shields of provinces (duchies) across his chest and wings, holding an orb and scepter.

 

7.5 Russian Roubles - details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 6,41g

Diameter: 21,00 mm

Years of issue   1897r.

 

10 Russian Roubles gold coin

 

Tsarist Russian 10 roubles gold coin was minted since 1897 in Saint Petersburg by the master of mint АГ – Apollon Grasgof. The obverse features head of Nicholas II and a legend saying “By God's grace Nikolai II Emperor and Autocrat of All Russia”. The reverse depicts the heraldic double-headed eagle with shields of provinces (duchies) across his chest and wings, holding an orb and scepter

 

10 Russian Roubles - details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 8,57g

Diameter: 22,6 mm

Years of issue:   od 1897-1911r.

 

15 Russian Roubles gold coin

 

Tsarist Russian 15 roubles gold coin was minted since 1897 in Saint Petersburg by the master of mint АГ – Apollon Grasgof. The obverse features head of Nicholas II and a legend saying “By God's grace Nikolai II Emperor and Autocrat of All Russia”. The reverse depicts the heraldic double-headed eagle with shields of provinces (duchies) across his chest and wings, holding an orb and scepter.

 

15 Russian Roubles - details:

Fineness: 0,900

Weight: 12,9g

Diameter: 24,6 mm

Years of issue:   1897r.

 

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