Half Eagles - Liberty, NO MOTTO
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1847   $5NGC AU-55 $ 700

Half Eagles - Liberty, MOTTO
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1879   $5NGC AU-58 $ 366
1880   $5NGC AU-58 366
1880  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1880   $5NGC MS-61 385
1880 S  $5NGC AU-55 366
1880 S  $5NGC AU-58 366
1881   $5NGC AU-58 366
1881  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1881   $5NGC MS-61 385
1881  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1882  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1882   $5NGC MS-61 385
1882   $5NGC MS-63 450
1882  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1882   $5NGC MS-64 875
1882-CC  $5PCGS AU-58 4795
1883   $5NGC AU-58 366
1885  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1885 S  $5NGC MS-61 385
1886 S  $5NGC AU-58 366
1886 S  $5NGC MS-61 385
1886-S  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1887 S  $5NGC MS-61 385
1887-S  $5PCGS MS-63 640
1892  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1892-S  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1893   $5NGC AU-58 366
1893   $5NGC MS-61 385
1893  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1894   $5NGC MS-61 385
1895   $5NGC AU-53 366
1895   $5NGC AU-58 366
1895   $5NGC MS-61 385
1895  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1895 S  $5NGC AU-58 915
1897   $5NGC MS-61 385
1897  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1897 S  $5NGC MS-61 1085
1898   $5NGC MS-61 385
1898  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1899  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1899   $5NGC MS-61 385
1899   $5NGC MS-65 1615
1899-S  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1899 S  $5NGC MS-61 385
1900  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1900   $5NGC MS-61 385
1900  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1900   $5NGC MS-64 660
1900 S  $5NGC AU-58 366
1901 S  $5NGC AU-58 366
1902   $5NGC MS-63 450
1902-S  $5PCGS AU-58 366
1904   $5NGC AU-58 366
1904  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1905  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1906  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1907   $5NGC MS-63 450
1907  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1907 D  $5NGC MS-63 450
1907-D  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1908  $5PCGS MS-62 395
1908  $5PCGS MS-62 395
1908  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1908  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1908  $5PCGS MS-63 450
1908  Liberty Type  $5NGC MS-61 385
1908  Liberty Type  $5NGC MS-62 395
1908  Liberty Type  $5NGC MS-63 450

Half Eagles - Indian Head
 DATEGRADEDESCRIPTIONPRICE
1908  $5PCGS AU-50 $ 435
1908  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1908  Indian Type  $5NGC MS-60 405
1908  Indian Type  $5NGC MS-61 450
1908  Indian Type  $5NGC MS-62 585
1909  $5PCGS AU-58 431
1909  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1909   $5NGC MS-62 525
1909  $5PCGS MS-63 870
1909 D  $5NGC MS-61 450
1909-D  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1909 D  $5NGC MS-62 525
1909-D  $5PCGS MS-62 525
1909 D  $5NGC MS-63 870
1909-D  $5PCGS MS-63 870
1909-D  $5PCGS MS-64 1840
1910  $5PCGS XF-40 415
1910  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1910   $5NGC MS-62 525
1910  $5PCGS MS-62 525
1910-S  $5PCGS XF-45 560
1911   $5NGC MS-61 450
1911  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1911  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1911   $5NGC MS-62 525
1911  $5PCGS MS-62 525
1911  $5PCGS MS-62 525
1911-S  $5PCGS VF-35 445
1912  $5PCGS XF-45 409
1912   $5NGC MS-61 450
1912  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1912   $5NGC MS-62 525
1912  $5PCGS MS-62 525
1912  $5PCGS MS-63 915
1912-S  $5PCGS XF-45 380
1913   $5NGC XF-45 409
1913   $5NGC MS-61 450
1913  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1913   $5NGC MS-62 525
1913  $5PCGS MS-62 525
1913  $5PCGS MS-63 940
1915  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1915  $5PCGS MS-61 450
1915   $5NGC MS-62 525
1915  $5PCGS MS-62 525
1915  $5PCGS MS-63 955



Facts


Designed by Christian Gobrecht including an adaptation of the Reich-Kneass eagle reverse. Also known as a "Liberty" $5 or Half Eagle. This was the workhorse of the Mint's production in the 1800s, with Coronet Half Eagles minted at each of the seven mints of the 19th Century - Philadelphia, New Orleans, Charlotte, Dahlonega, San Francisco, Carson City, and Denver. The motto IN GOD WE TRUST was added to the reverse as directed by the Mint Act of March 3, 1865.

Dr. William Bigelow conceived the idea of making coins with the main designs in relief, yet sunk below the coin's surfaces. After gaining the approval of his good friend, President Roosevelt, Bigelow persuaded Bela Lyon Pratt to submit designs for a new quarter eagle and half eagle using this technique. The result is two of the most striking designs in all of American numismatics.