1915 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle

1915 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle
1915 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Value

Coin Info

Melt Value
$1,738.45
Country
United States
Type
Gold Coin
Metal Content
0.96750 t oz
Face Value
$20 USD
Mintage
1,650,050

1915 Saint-Gaudens double eagles are collected by both numismatists and investors alike. Popular for their large size, beloved design, and their nearly one troy ounce of gold the Saint-Gaudens double eagle $20 gold coin was first struck in 1907. While common as far as pre-1933 gold coins go, there are some dates that are considered rare, though none of the business strikes from 1915 are particularly rare.

Here are the mintages and values for 1915 Saint-Gaudens double eagles:

  • 1915 – 152,000, value is roughly 110% of one-ounce gold bullion value (about $1,976.54)

  • 1915-S – 1,498,000, value is roughly 110% of one-ounce gold bullion value (about $1,976.54)

  • 1915 Proof – 50, $30,000

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

While Denver did not strike any double eagles in 1915, mintages were still high enough and existing populations remain great enough that the date is not scarce for the most part.

Below is some technical data about 1915 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

In 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens to redesign the $20 gold coin. Over the decades, the Saint-Gaudens double eagle has become widely considered the most beautiful United States coin ever produced.


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