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Liberia, 2 Cent, 189
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Liberty & Eagle
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Liberia - USA 1 Doll
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Liberian Indian w/ Flying Eagle
Liberian Indian w/ Flying Eagle

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See sub-group [USA Tribute & Millennium Series] under Liberia for a nearly complete collection of these low mintage tribute NCLT's.
Wow, what a gorgeous NCLT coin! Mintage is a max of only 500 (per PandaAmerica). Part of the USA Tribute & Millennium series it shows the design of a $10 Indian and the reverse of the Walking Liberty $20 gold piece. I imagine that Liberia has not authorized the minting the obverse of the Walking Liberty $20 and Half dollar types due to the NCLT bullion coin regularly minted by the USA.


When President Teddy Roosevelt asked sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to create artistic new designs for US coins, Saint-Gaudens initially produced an Indian Head and Flying Eagle design for the $20 gold coins. But only a couple of these were ever produced with the Indian design ... and they are worth over a million dollars each! For the first time, these superb designs appear on an affordable coin, authorized by the Government of Liberia, made from 1 oz. of pure .999 fine gold in gem proof quality. A small number were minted in the USA.
Follow this link to the Certificate of Authenticity that accompanies this coin and tells the story of the USA Millennium Tribute Series:
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NOTES:
In 1872, chief engraver William Barber proposed an Amazonian capped bust design for all gold coins. Only a single gold pattern set was minted; priceless today!
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Keywords: Liberia Indian
Denomination: $100 Dollars
Reference #: Unk
Date/Mintmark: 2000
Condition: PCGS PR69 DCAM
Weight: 1 oz.
Metal: .999 fine gold
Additional Categories: USA Tribute & Millennium Series

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