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1861-2011 Confederate Double Eagle, .900 Gold, Over-Struck on US Type-1 1850-1865 $20 Gold Coin, Satin Finish

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Item Number: CSA_2011_OS

The cost for this product is $250 plus the US type-1 1850-1865 $20 gold Double Eagle to over-strike. Purchasers of this product will receive back the exact same coin(s) sent, after over-striking. Significant detail outlines from the original coin will show after over-striking. Best results are acheived when over-striking coins that do not have major damage. Cleaning/polishing is ok.

Coins of questionable authenticity will not be accepted for over-striking.

Send $20 gold coin (via USPS registered/insured mail), plus check or money order (payable) to:

Moonlight Mint
P.O. Box 7486
Loveland, CO

2011 is the 150th anniversary of the outbreak of the Civil War and the Confederate States coinage. The Confederacy minted 1861 half dollars using the Union Seated Liberty obverse paired with a Confederate shield reverse. No Confederate Double Eagles were originally minted. But if they were, they may have looked like this coin. Original obverse design by USA / James B. Longacre. Original reverse by CSA / A.H.M. Peterson.

Size: 34.0mm
Composition: .900 Gold (over-struck on US type-1 1850-1865 $20 gold Double Eagle).
Weight: 33.4 grams (varies).
Edge: Reeded.
Finish: Satin
Final Mintage: See Home page.

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