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US Twenty Dollar Gold Coins7 of 24$20 CoinTribute Proof of a 1933 20 dollar gold piece
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    Posted 10 years ago

    qwenmal
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    I am wondering if any one could tell me if this is a real $20 gold liberty coin or not. It came from my grandfather who was a big coin collector.

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    1. qwenmal, 10 years ago
      Do you know what it might be worth?
    2. purpledog purpledog, 10 years ago
      Here is a link that you may find interesting:

      http://www.coinfacts.com/pioneer_gold/kellogg_and_company/1854_kellogg_and_company_20.htm

      Here is another source:
      "Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia Of U.S. And Colonial Coins" by Walter Breen and "Private Gold Coins and Patterns of the United States" by Donald H. Kagin.

      There were some privately minted gold coins like this example from Kellogg & Company. That's not to say this is one of them. Would need to see the reverse. Also, is it attached to a money clip or some sort of jewelry?

      Kellogg & Company issued some $20 gold coins like this that were 90% gold and 10% silver and copper. This could be worth more than a plain money clip but can't say for sure without seeing clearer photos of both sides.

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