1908 MS62 “No Motto” $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin – Item:…

Stay updated with all the latest US rare coins news and listings by subscribing to our RSS feed and bookmarking us. Now, on to the video...Already a popular and exquisite coin, this 1908 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin is made even more desirable by the fact that it comes in MS62 condition and does not bear the "In God We Trust" motto. 1908 "No Motto" Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin Features: One of America's most beautiful coins - designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the obverse features a full-length portrait of Liberty with a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left. The reverse depicts a breathtaking eagle in flight ... ...Check back tomorrow for more us rare coin info and the latest old US coin listings in our coin shop.

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25 Responses to “1908 MS62 “No Motto” $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Coin – Item:…”

  1. Wavatar lakersbtbtb Says:

    the price is joke, you can get MS65 graded by PCGS for the price.

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  2. Wavatar russellcalkins Says:

    Thats a big 10/4 Brother. I was just commenting on grading services.

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  3. Wavatar wistac123 Says:

    NICE COIN!!!

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  4. Wavatar wistac123 Says:

    coo……………

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  5. Wavatar xiongsta920 Says:

    wut the…. 20 BUCKS!!!!! I’LL PAY 100 IF I COULD GET THE CHANCE TO!!

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  6. Wavatar captionpsycho Says:

    hard to belive that was worth 20 dollars at one point.

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  7. Wavatar HSN Says:

    Wouldn’t you love being able to time travel and bring some back with you?
    HSN Shopping Diva

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  8. Wavatar U2ForNow Says:

    Too bad its in a ICG slab.

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  9. Wavatar WorldWarIICOLLECTOR Says:

    fucking coin is not real you hear?? sucker

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  10. Wavatar zonezar Says:

    i remember seeing them in general circulation.

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  11. Wavatar slick88zx Says:

    gees, how old are you??

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  12. Wavatar Dirtfire Says:

    It’s a nice coin. It’s not _pure_ gold, though. The coins that were made for general circulation were 90% gold with 10% copper added for durability.

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  13. Wavatar Dirtfire Says:

    Yes, but $20 was worth a lot more back when this was made.

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  14. Wavatar bigbadbrad95307 Says:

    people you need to understand something….in 1908 one ounce of gold was worth 20 dollars

    so you have the value of gold which now is worth around 700-900 dollars and ounce

    and the numismatic value…. the image is 100 years old

    and the condition of the coin

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  15. Wavatar jaimesguirola2 Says:

    haha give one of those 20 dollar gold coin to a drug adict and he she is going to buy 20 dollars of heroin……… dont think in time travel just go to the blackmarket hahaha

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  16. Wavatar captiontexas Says:

    you can have my mom and you can give me that gold coin is that an fair trade?

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  17. Wavatar granddadpsycho Says:

    i remember when it was illegal to own gold coins.

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  18. Wavatar DetroitLove4U Says:

    Can the Home Shopping Network offer a Bullion Buffalo gold coin in a rope chain pendant on flex pay someday soon???

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  19. Wavatar arunmabraham Says:

    hey lets say you have a coin like this which was given to you along generations, what would you do so that the cia doesn’t confiscate it? and so you can sell it?

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  20. Wavatar ryannlag Says:

    Why on earh would the CIA want your gold coin? LOL, but seriously…? Why?

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  21. Wavatar ryannlag Says:

    Illegal???? Why?

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  22. Wavatar 108662 Says:

    icg is not very good!

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  23. Wavatar EDWARDTAY55 Says:

    private ownership of gold ended in the mid 30′s, and started again 1986, maybe the only good thing Ronald Raegan ever did.

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  24. Wavatar lancenewman1978 Says:

    the legislation has changed since the Executive Order of the president so that you don’t have any fear of confiscation of your coins. Even the 1933 Saints have been sent in to be graded and this has happened within the last 18 months i believe and the owners get to keep them. For the record the CIA may have had a small part but it was the Secret Service that sought those coins out for confiscation. Hope it helps

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  25. Wavatar lancenewman1978 Says:

    quite inconsistent – that is all i can say

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