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20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1882

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1894

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1885

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1870

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1892

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1871

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1863

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1883

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1895

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1889

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1862

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1879

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1893

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1890

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1891

National Museum of American History

Canada Goose

NMNH - Education & Outreach
This object is part of the Education and Outreach collection, some of which are in the Q?rius science education center and available to see.

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1861

National Museum of American History
Mintage: 2,976,453

Until the treasure of the S.S. Central America was discovered, the 1861 Philadelphia issue

was the most common Type 1 double eagle. This is the issue most collectors thought of when trying to find an acceptable example of the type. The large mintage, the highest of any double eagle until 1904, makes the 1861 a common issue in most grades. Choice pieces are actually very rare. There have only been about 60 coins certified at that level. The finest known example of the date by far is an MS-67 coin. Nearly 500 examples of the date were found on the S.S. Republic. Most were in grades from AU-58 to MS-62.

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1896

National Museum of American History
Mintage: 792,535

As a date, the 1896 double eagle is considered common in most grades. Large numbers were minted and examples are found regularly in overseas shipments. Ample supplies of the date are known in all grades from VF (very fine) to MS(mint state -63.) Choice examples are scarce with very few surviving in gem condition.

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1877

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1866

National Museum of American History

20 Dollars, Proof, United States, 1860

National Museum of American History
Mintage: 577,670

The population data show that the 1860 double eagle is rather plentiful in circulated condition. There was also a significant quantity found on the S.S. Republic. The ship contained nearly 100 coins, a few of which have been certified as MS-64 or MS-65. Three or four MS-64 coins have been offered at auction in the last few years. The Smithsonian examples for the issue are very modest and grade just Extremely Fine

20 Dollars, United States, 1926-D

National Museum of American History
United States Mint, Denver. Obverse: Liberty striding towards the viewer, bearing olive branch and torch. Reverse: Eagle in flight above the sun. This is one of a fairly small number of survivors of these coins. It is in exceptional condition.

Panama Rocks

Smithsonian American Art Museum

20 Dollars, United States, 1927-S

National Museum of American History
United States Mint, San Francisco. Obverse: Liberty striding towards the viewer, bearing olive branch and torch. Reverse: Eagle in flight above the sun. Over three million double eagles poured out of the San Francisco branch mint in 1927. All but a dozen or so were eventually melted.
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