1913 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle

1913 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
1913 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Value

Coin Info

Melt Value
$1,743.12
Country
United States
Type
Gold Coin
Metal Content
0.96750 t oz
Face Value
$20 USD
Mintage
562,372

1913 Saint-Gaudens double eagles are widely collected by both die-hard numismatists and typical investors, and they are popular for their large size, beloved design, and the fact that they contain nearly one troy ounce of gold. The Saint-Gaudens double eagle was first struck in 1907 and is largely common as far as pre-1933 gold coins are concerned. Though many dates are considered rare, none from 1913 are considered particularly rare.

Here are the mintages and values for 1913 Saint-Gaudens double eagles:

  • 1913 – 168,780, value is roughly 110% of one-ounce gold bullion value (about $1,981.84)

  • 1913-D – 393,500, value is roughly 110% of one-ounce gold bullion value (about $1,981.84)

  • 1913-S – 34,000, value is roughly 110% of one-ounce gold bullion value (about $1,981.84)

  • 1913 Proof – 58, $30,000

*Values are for coins in Extremely Fine-40 grade, unless otherwise noted.

Below is some technical data about 1913 Saint-Gaudens double eagles:

  • Face Value: $20

  • Overall Mass: 33.436 grams

  • Diameter: 34 millimeters

  • Edge: Lettered, “E PLURIBUS UNUM”

  • Composition: 90% gold, 10% copper

  • Gold: .96750 troy ounces

President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens to redesign the $20 gold coin in 1907. Today, the Saint-Gaudens double eagle is considered the most beautiful United States coin ever made, often serving as a cornerstone coin in many collections.


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