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U.S. $2.50 Liberty gold coins are an undervalued segment of today's classic coin market, in our opinion. In gem-quality Mint State 65 condition, they're extremely scarce and yet often overlooked in favor of larger-denomination coins. We think they're real sleepers.
Extreme scarcity, great value
Minted from 1840 to 1907, $2.50 (or Quarter Eagle) Liberty gold coins were produced by the millions but almost all were heavily used as currency or melted down during the Depression. Only 10,099 survivors are known in near-gem Mint State 65 condition (PCGS + NGC, 12/28/2016). In 1989, during the last rare coin boom, they traded dealer-to-dealer for more than $8,260 each.
Unlike most forms of gold bullion, they are exempt from broker reporting requirements. In our opinion, they offer a lot of bang for the buck.
• Only 10,099 coins survive in gem-quality MS65. This extreme scarcity can mean much higher premiums during periods of peak demand.
• Dealer-to-dealer high of $8,260 in 1989.* Combines very low prices with superior upside potential.
• Private, liquid, and secure. Unlike most forms of gold bullion, they are exempt from broker reporting requirements.
$2.50 Liberty (MS65)
Minted: 1840 to 1907 (dates our choice)
oz. pure gold
Size: 18 mm, reeded edge
Weight: 4.18 grams