$5 Liberty 90% Gold Half Eagle MS-61 NGC Coin by The Bradford Exchange Online
First minted for circulation in 1795, the $5 Gold Half Eagle was struck in a quarter ounce of 90% gold at all seven U.S. Mint branches. Over time, its design changed, yet the over-a-century old "Coronet Type" designed by Christian Gobrecht is one of its most coveted. Now you can own this historically significant and bold coin with the $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle MS-61 NGC Coin, available in an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint.The obverse side of the coin depicts Lady Liberty in a coronet or crown emblazoned with the word "Liberty". In 1866, the coin's Eagle reverse was revised by James Longacre to add the motto "In God We Trust". Minted from 1839 – 1908, government recalls and meltdowns have made these treasures scarce, so dates will vary. Your random-year historic $5 Half Eagle gold coin is authenticated by the prestigious NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation) in MS-61 (Mint State 61) condition. A rare and unique coin collecting opportunity, perfect for your own collection or as a patriotic gift, your coin arrives in a tamper-proof NGC holder with a security hologram, bar code and identification number, along with a Deluxe Display Box. Strong demand is expected, so don't delay. Order now!