Gold Liberty 5-Piece Set Box
- Gross weight: 1.67 g / 4.37 g / 8.75 g / 17.5 g / 33.43 g
- Composition: 90% Gold, 10% Copper
- Denomination: $1 / $2.5 / $5 / $10 / $20
- Mint dates: 1838 – 1907
- Mint marks: O, S, None (Philadelphia Mint)
The obverse depicts a head of Liberty in the Greco-Roman style, facing left, with her hair pulled back, some of her hair descends the back of her neck. She wears a coronet, inscribed "Liberty", and is surrounded by thirteen stars, representative of the original states, and the year of issue. The reverse features a heraldic eagle, holding a double ribbon, on which "E Pluribus Unum" is inscribed.The double ribbon is an allusion by Longacre to the denomination of the piece he was designing.The design is a variant on the Great Seal of the United States; the eagle protects a shield, which represents the nation, and holds an olive branch and arrows. Above the bird, Longacre again placed thirteen stars, arranged as a halo, together with an arc of rays.
The Liberty Head Gold coins were minted by the New Orleans, San Francisco and Philadelphia Mint.
Guaranteed by the Federal Government, Liberty Head Gold coins are globally respected for their quality and purity.