PCGS 9146 - St. Gaudens $20, With Motto (1908-1933)
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- Weight: ±516 grains (±33.436 grams)
- Diameter: 34 millimeters
- Composition: 90% gold, 10% copper
- Gold Content: ~30.093 grams (464.4 grains) (0.9675 troy ounces)
- Rim/Edge:|******E|*PLURIBUS*|UNUM***** See, modification of starts above.
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- Breen, Walter H., Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia of U. S. and Colonial Coins, New York: Doubleday, 1987.
- Yeoman, R. S., and Kenneth Bressett (ed.), A Guide Book of United States Coins, 59th Ed., Atlanta, GA: Whitman Publishing, 2005.
- The National Park Service
- U.S. Mint
Hettie Anderson was born in South Carolina in 1873. She relocated to New York City, where she became an artist's model, an uncommon employment at that time for a woman of African-American descent. Anderson posed for the Sherman Monument's figure of Victory in 1897; one of her sittings with Saint-Gaudens was captured by the artist Anders Zorn. Anderson was the model for the figure of Liberty on Saint-Gaudens' twenty-dollar gold piece.
Sherman Monument was begun in 1892 in Saint-Gaudens’ New York studio, continued in Paris, and was finished in Cornish, NH, in 1901. The bronze was cast by Thiebault Brothers in Paris. The setting and pedestal were designed by architect Charles McKim. The monument was unveiled on May 30, 1903, at the entrance to New York’s Central Park.