Liberty Head Gold Double Eagles were first minted in 1849 and continued until 1907. This set of five Liberty Heads includes the 1873-P, 1874-S, 1875-S, 1876-P, and 1876-S, all graded in Mint State 61 condition! Although most of these coins have mintages well over 1,000,000 coins, it is unknown how many of the coins still exist due to the passing of Executive Order 6102. This order sought to revive the American economy by recalling circulating gold to be melted down. It is because of this order that gold coins of this era, such as the Liberty Head Double Eagle, are so rare. When looking at each of the coins in this set, none have a graded population in MS61 that is higher than .29%! The rarest of the coins in this set are the 1974-S with a population of just .08%, the 1975-S with a population of only .12%, and the 1976-S with a population of just .18%!