2021 St. Gaudens’ Liberty Aurum®
Our popular St. Gaudens’ Liberty Aurum® is now available with a brand new 2021 issue!
We pay homage to the famous 1907 image of Liberty created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for the classically collectable $20 Gold Double Eagle Coin. The new artwork for our latest issue depicts Liberty, illustrated mid-stride moving toward the viewer. She holds a torch in one hand and olive brand in the other as the rays of the rising sun radiate behind her. This Aurum® is a single sided printed piece with full color artwork printed on the obverse and the characteristic “dimensional gold” embossed effect on the reverse where gold atoms have fallen on printed areas. Click here to read more about the “dimensional gold” within our Aurum®.
The St. Gaudens’ Liberty is one of our most popular designs and is ideal for stacking or collection in bulk. The gold within each Aurum® is visible throughout each note from edge-to-edge and is fully recoverable using standard fire assay techniques.
260 in stock
2021 is printed in a half circle of stars at her feet while the word “Liberty” arcs at the top of the note. “100 Milligrams” is printed in the top corners and “24k Gold” in each of the lower corners. Each Aurum® includes a serial number in addition to an Aurum® logo. “Pure 24K Gold, “Made in the USA” appears prominently on the right side of the note.
The original 1907 Liberty was created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, an Irish-American artist. President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned the original artwork that was subsequently used on the $20 Gold Double Eagle Coin between 1907-1933. Today, this coin is a highly collectable and sought after piece.
- Contains 1/10 Gram (.00322 Troy oz) of .999 pure gold
- Packaged within a clear protective sleeve for long-term storage
- Not legal tender
- Made in the United States
- Single sided printing
- Designer: Pamela Hadley
- Due to the value of our products, a signature is required for all deliveries.
- To ensure delivery by Christmas, please place all holiday orders no later than December 18, 2022.