One of the most eagerly anticipated coins of the year, the Standing Liberty 2016 Centennial Gold Coin is the first-ever gold version of the original silver coin, struck in pure 24 Carat Gold.
Available for one year only, this iconic coin has an edition limit of 100,000. That sounds like a big number, but earlier this year, as part of the American Centennial Gold Coin series, a special gold centenary Mercury Dime sold out its whole edition limit of 125,000.
The most controversial coin ever?
The original 1916 Standing Liberty Quarter is heralded as one of America’s most infamous coins.
With her bare breast exposed, the coin’s notorious design created a furore throughout America.
Yet, despite numerous Standing Liberty designs over the years, none have come close in numismatic value to that of Hermon Atkins MacNeil’s original 1916 design.
100 years in the making
The new Standing Liberty 2016 Centennial Gold Coin replicates the iconic design from the original silver quarter – the first time in its 100 year history.
The obverse features Lady Liberty holding a shield and olive branch as she steps through an opening in a wall, whilst the reverse depicts an eagle in flight flanked by 13 stars.
Each coin is presented in a custom–designed hardwood case, complete with Certificate of Authenticity.
Limited numbers available
Given the height in demand, we have only been able to secure 50 coins for our Coin Portfolio Management clients.
Don’t delay if you want to add one of these coveted coins to your portfolio.
Standing Liberty 2016 Centennial Gold Coin
(+ £7.99 p&p)
185 R780 0
- Year of Issue: 2016
- Country of Issue: United States
- Denomination: 25c
- Metal: 24 Carat Gold
- Weight: 7.776g
- Diameter: 22.00mm
- Reverse: Eagle in flight flanked by 13 stars
- Obverse: Liberty holding a shield and olive branch
- Finish: Business Strike
(+ £7.99 p&p)