Date/Mint Mark
Mintages
V35
EF45
AU55
MS60
No Motto Reverse




Low        High
1849
1




1850
1,170,261
$1,800
$2,350
$3,700
($5,000 to $7,000)
1850-O
141,000
$2,200
$4,700
$11,450

1851
2,087,155
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800
($5,000 to $7,000)
1851-O
315,000
$2,150
$3,100
$5,600

1852
1,053,026
$1,400
$1,800
$2,350
($5,000 to $7,000)
1852-O
190,000
$2,400
$3,600
$5,200

1853
1,261,326
$1,850
$1,800
$2,100
($5,000 to $7,000)
1853 3 Over 2
Inc. Above
$2,200
$2,700
$5,300

1853-O
71,000
$2,550
$4,150
$8,700

1854 Small Date
757,899
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800

1854 Large Date
Inc. Above
$2,000
$3,200
$6,700

1854-O
3,250
$145,000
$240,000
$400,000

1854-S
141,468
$1,900
$2,050
$5,100

1855
364,666
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800
($5,000 to $7,000)
1855-O
8,000
$7,700
$18,500
$55,000

1855-S
879,675
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800
($5,000 to $7,000)
1856
329,878
$1,400
$1,800
$3,000
($5,000 to $7,000)
1856-O
2,250
$140,000
$225,000
$400,000

1856-S
1,189,750
$1,400
$1,800
$2,850
($5,000 to $7,000)
1857
439,375
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800
($5,000 to $7,000)
1857-O
30,000
$2,700
$4,850
$8,900

1857-S
970,500
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800

1858
211,714
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800

1858-O
32,250
$3,200
$6,700
$11,800

1858-S
846,710
$1,400
$1,800
$3,300
($5,000 to $7,000)
1859
43,597
$1,400
$3,100
$5,600

1859-O
9,100
$9,800
$20,100
$37,600

1859-S
636,445
$1,400
$1,800
$3,000
($5,000 to $7,000)
1860
577,670
$1,400
$1,800
$3,000

1860-O
6,600
$8,200
$15,300
$35,500

1860-S
544,950
$1,400
$1,800
$3,000

1861
2,976,453
$1,400
$1,800
$3,000

1861 Paquet Reverse TL



$1,500,000

1861-O
17,741
$6,700
$17,800
$38,750

1861-S
768,000
$1,400
$1,800
$2,700

1861-S Paquet Reverse TL
19,250
$27,700
$51,000
$96,000

1862
92,133
$2,800
$7,500
$17,000

1862-S
854,173
$1,400
$1,800
$4,700
($1,500 to $1,700)
1863
142,790
$2,000
$3,500
$12,000

1863-S
966,570
$1,400
$1,800
$4,500
($1,500 to $1,700)
1864
204,235
$1,400
$2,000
$6,500
($1,500 to $1,700)
1864-S
793,660
$1,400
$1,800
$3,500
($1,500 to $1,700)
1865
351,175
$1,400
$1,800
$3,500
($1,500 to $1,700)
1865-S
1,042,500
$1,400
$1,800
$2,800
($5,000 to $7,000)
1866-S
12,000
$4,950
$14,000
$33,000

Liberty Head Double Eagle "No Motto" Gold Value Chart- Mintages
See what each grade looks like with our photograding guides and learn what each acronym stands for $20 Gold Liberty Head No Motto Grading Images

We apologize if our gold coin value charts don't reflect precious metal trends on a day to day basis. The market is up and down, with nothing more than a speech about are Nation's debt, and who's selling how much of their precious metal, that it can change dramatically from week to week.

In some cases, as in common date gold coins, the gold value has surpassed the Numismatic Value. Furthermore, remember that price guides are for reference and not always what a coin WILL sell for, but what it HAS sold for, and MIGHT sell for again.
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Liberty Head No Motto Double Eagle $20 Gold Coin Values
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The value for most $20 Liberty Head No Motto doubled eagles is determined by the gold market, grade, condition, eye appeal, but mostly by the rarity and survival rate of the date and mint. Many gold coins were hoarded, lost during circulation, and melted so mintages are just a reference point for their original numbers, and has less bearing on how many actually survive today.

As you can see the MS63 values for common coins has a price range ($1,500 to $1,700) and the $1,500 would be for coins that are low end MS63 and the $1,700 for the high end MS63. CoinHELP! sees a need to redefine coin values since every coin, of the same date and mint coin, doesn't sell for one price.
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