Liberty Twenty Dollar Gold Coin Values

Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values have risen above $1,316 each. That is the minimum value of this classic US gold coin.

Liberty Twenty Dollar Gold Coin

High gold content and the current high value of the precious metal keep these coins at this lofty level.

Additionally, other factors often push Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values much higher. The first are rare dates and mint marks.

An example, is the 1891-CC, a very rare coin today. Only 5,000 twenty dollar gold pieces minted at the Carson City mint in 1891 and few have survived, find one and it is worth at least $5,900. The value chart highlights these rare dates. Also there is a "mintmark" image further down this page to help locate the marks used by the different mints.

Equally important is the condition of your coin. The twenty dollar gold piece, is a large heavy coin, easily bumped and bruised. Collectors and dealers look for a coin with the least amount of abrasions and pay a premium for coins in better condition.

The coin pictured is an "Uncirculated", lustrous coin, and because of its condition worth over $1,372 . Judging the condition of your coin, known as "Grading" is covered in more detail below.

Liberty Twenty Dollar Gold Coin Values - What Dealers Pay

Quality attracts the premiums. Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values reflect this. Study your coins carefully, not only looking for rare dates and rare mints but for coins in rare condition.

Liberty Twenty Dollar
Gold Coin Values
 Condition of Coin
DateVery
Fine
Extremely
Fine
About
Uncirculated
Uncirculated
  Liberty Twenty Dollar Gold Coin Values Updated 9/26/2016
1877 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1877 CC $1,600 $1,854 $3,837 $27,887
1877 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1878 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1878 CC $2,947 $6,417 $10,560 Rare
1878 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1879 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,457
1879 CC $3,053 $7,493 $12,220 Rare
1879 O Rare Rare Rare Rare
1879 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,704
1880 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $11,593
1880 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1881 Rare Rare Rare Rare
1881 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1882 Rare Rare Rare Rare
1882 CC $1,600 $1,854 $2,299 Rare
1882 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1883 CC $1,600 $2,333 $4,230 Rare
1883 S $1,515 $1,530 $1,543 $1,594
1884 CC $1,600 $1,854 $2,299 $10,340
1884 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1885 Rare Rare Rare Rare
1885 CC $3,295 $8,267 $10,810 Rare
1885 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1886 Rare Rare Rare Rare
1887 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1888 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1888 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1889 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,457
1889 CC $1,600 $1,854 $4,418 $12,690
1889 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1890 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1890 CC $1,600 $1,779 $2,071 $12,847
1890 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,594
1891 Rare Rare Rare Rare
1891 CC $5,864 $10,967 $13,973 Rare
1891 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1892 $1,673 $1,854 $7,207 $18,262
1892 CC $1,600 $1,779 $3,665 $13,787
1892 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1893 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1893 CC $1,673 $2,540 $4,674 $11,437
1893 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1894 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1894 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1895 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1895 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1896 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1896 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1897 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1897 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1898 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,594
1898 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1899 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1899 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1900 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1900 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1901 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1901 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1902 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,594
1902 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1903 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1903 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1904 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1904 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1905 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,704
1905 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1906 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1906 D $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1906 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1907 $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1907 D $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372
1907 S $1,316 $1,326 $1,338 $1,372

The above Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values are computed from dealer's price lists with various mark-up factors figured in. They reflect closely the value you would expect to receive when selling.

Variations in value do occur subject to subtle grading points, collector demands and dealer needs.

If your coin is not listed above, and is an earlier date, these coins are seldom encountered. For additional reference... NumisMedia publishes an extensive fair market value price guide, covering retail Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values in detail.


Next, how to find the highest accurate value of your Liberty gold coins...

High Values are Conditional

Dealers and collectors examine very closely twenty dollar gold pieces during the valuation process. They are looking for wear and abrasions. Known as "Grading" a coin.

When a coin first leaves the mint it is in "Uncirculated" condition. As it travels through commerce it begins to wear. Very slight wear, evident by minor breaks in the mint luster is an "About Uncirculated" coin.

More loss of detail, noticeable on the hair along the neck and above Liberty's ear, and the coin is in the lower "Extremely Fine" condition.

Compare your coins to the grading image below to find the highest Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values.

Liberty Twenty Dollar Gold Coins Grading

Because of the expertise required to grade accurately, the high value of twenty dollar gold coins and the large difference in value from one grade to the next, most are submitted to a grading service.

Collectors and dealers consider PCGS and NGC as leaders in coin grading services. Seek their advice. They both authenticate and grade your coin. The small fee you pay provides assurance you understand and receive the full value of your coin.

Most dealers before placing twenty dollar gold coins into their inventory, routinely send them to PCGS or NGC.

A quick look through a few sites shows the PCGS and NGC evaluation is an industry standard. Check a few rare coin dealer's listings, look for those offering Liberty twenty dollar gold coins similar to yours. Their listings and prices include a notation of the NGC or PCGS assigned grade. Additionally, these coin dealers are potential buyers of your coins.

Finding Valuable Mintmarks

Liberty Twenty Dollar Gold Coin Mintmark Location

Mintmarks were placed on twenty dollar gold coins to indicate the mint of origin. Certain mintmarks do affect Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values greatly.

Five different mints produced these majestic coins. The most popular and sought after is the "CC" mintmark, used by the Carson City Nevada mint. Their low mintages and rarity command very high values.

Others to search for are an "O" the New Orleans mint in Louisiana, an "S" used by the San Francisco California mint and the "D" indicating the Denver Colorado mint.

The main mint in Philadelphia Pennsylvania did not use a mintmark. Locate the mintmark of the branch mints on the reverse, below the eagle tail feathers.

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Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values are high, not only because of the nearly one ounce of precious metal, but also their rarity. An important part of US history, they remain in high demand by collectors and dealers. An exciting coin to own.


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Print the Coin Values Worksheet - lin in navigation column - to list your coins and record your Liberty twenty dollar gold coin values. Should you decide to sell... use the worksheet as an invoice and packing slip when sending coins through the mail to dealers. It indicates you have done your coin values homework. Very important with todays high values.