The $20 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle (An "Eagle" being $10, and therefore a "Double Eagle" being worth $20) is steeped in history. It was President Theodore Roosevelt who was the driving force to create this coin and replace the $20 Liberty Double Eagle (which he felt did not beautifully represent America). Just over 25 years later, Franklin Roosevelt not only ended production but recalled them by Executive Order 6102. Minted from 1907-1933, this coin contains .9675oz. of gold.