$20 Double Eagle
The $20 Liberty Double Eagle was first minted in 1849 and coinsided with the California Gold Ruch. The term "Double Eagle" was actually given to the coin through an Act of congress in 1849.
Regular production of the $20 Double Eagle begin in 1850 and continued until 1933 when the United States moved away from the gold standard it had used for the previous 100+ years. The Obverse of the Gold $20 Liberty features a liberty head surrounded by 13 stars that represent the original 13 colonies of the United States. The reverse features "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" across the top of the coin and "TWENTY D" or "TWENTY DOLLARS" on the bottom, depending on the year.
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