The obverse of the eagle shows the head of Liberty crowned with an Indian war bonnet while an impressively majestic eagle dominates the reverse side. A departure from older standards is found on the edge of the piece, where 46 raised stars (48 in 1912 or later) are arranged signifying the states of the Union, instead of there being a lettered or reeded edge. The first of these coins struck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues, starting in 1908. President Theodore Roosevelt personally objected to the use of the Deity's name on coins. The motto was restored to the coins by an act of Congress in 1908.
||16.7185 (.5375 troy oz.)
|Fine Content (grams)
||15.046 (.4837 troy oz.)
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