1893-O $5 Liberty NGC MS61 CAC

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1893-O $5 Liberty NGC MS61 CAC
This 1893-O gold coin has the second highest mintage figure of any half eagle from the New Orleans Mint. History: The 1893-O is the second most common New Orleans half eagle and the most common in higher grades. It has a reasonably high mintage of 110,000. Design: Obverse shows Lady Liberty facing left. She is wearing a headband with the words LIBERTY engraved on it, she is also wearing pearls in her hair, tied in a bun. The year is engraved at the bottom of the coin and thirteen stars are surrounding the rim of the coin. The reverse shows eagle with shield on its chest. The words IN GOD WE TRUST are engraved in the ribbon above. The words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA are surrounding the rim of the coin, the denomination of 5 D (5 Dollars) is at the bottom of the coin. Add this coin to your collection today!  


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