1879-S $5 U.S. Gold Liberty – PCGS AU58
Design: Step back in time with the 1879-S $5 U.S. Gold Liberty, graded by PCGS as AU58. This gold coin, commonly known as a “Half Eagle,” is a captivating piece of late 19th-century American numismatic history. Graded by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as AU58, this coin showcases clear details and a hint of wear, providing a tangible link to the era of Lady Liberty.
- Minted in 1879 at the San Francisco Mint.
- Contains 0.2419 oz of gold with a face value of $5 USD.
- Graded by PCGS as AU58, indicating Almost Uncirculated condition with minimal wear.
- Limited availability, adding historical and collectible appeal.
Obverse: The obverse of the coin features the left-facing image of Lady Liberty, adorned with a coronet inscribed with the word “LIBERTY.” The date of issue, 1879, is prominently displayed below.
Reverse: The reverse showcases a heraldic eagle, wings spread, holding a shield and arrows in its talons. The motto “IN GOD WE TRUST” is inscribed above the eagle.
Grading: Certified by PCGS as AU58, this coin is deemed to be in Almost Uncirculated condition with minimal wear, preserving its historical details.
Presentation: Your 1879-S $5 U.S. Gold Liberty – PCGS AU58 is securely encased in a protective holder, preserving its graded condition. Whether you are a numismatic enthusiast or an investor seeking a piece of American history, this graded gold coin is a distinguished addition to your collection.
Capture the essence of the late 19th century with the 1879-S $5 U.S. Gold Liberty certified by PCGS as AU58. Limited in availability and graded to reflect its historical journey, this gold coin not only represents a tangible asset but also offers a connection to the coinage of Lady Liberty’s era. Secure your piece of American numismatic excellence today.