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1907 Indian Eagle. No Periods. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC. | Stacks Bowers

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MCMVII (1907) Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. Ultra High Relief. Lettered Edge. Proof-69 (PCGS). | Stacks Bowers

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MCMVII (1907) Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. High Relief. Flat Rim. MS-66 (PCGS). | Stacks Bowers

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MCMVII (1907) Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. High Relief. Flat Rim. MS-66 (PCGS). | Stacks Bowers

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The Women's Auxiliary of the Massachusetts Civil Service Reform Association presentation medal by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

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President Washington Centennial Medal by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

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RELIEF OF VICTORY by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

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Photo by Wehwalt of Augustus Saint-Gaudens' rejected design for the World Columbian Exposition Medal. 1893 design, on display at St. Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish, NH.

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MCMVII (1907) Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. Ultra High Relief. Lettered Edge. Proof-69 (PCGS). | Stacks Bowers

President Theodore Roosevelt called the project his “pet crime.” In truth it was one of his greatest gifts to America. In 1905 Roosevelt challenged the brilliant and famous sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens: The United States is the best nation on Earth, but its coins are atrociously hideous. Why can we not produce coinage as beautiful as that of the ancient Greeks? . Striking Change offers a fresh new look...