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$2.50 Liberty Gold

Designed by Christian Gobrecht, the so-called Liberty head design was widely adopted for gold coinage starting in 1840 for the quarter-eagle ($2.50) denomination. Weighing in at .12 ounces (4.18 grams) and 90% purity, these coins were well circulated and struck at numerous mints including Philadelphia, New Orleans, Charlotte, Dahlonega, Denver, and San Francisco.

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