1932 St. Gaudents $20
In 1908, Congress mandated that the motto "In God We Trust," once again take its place on the Double Eagle after overturning an earlier decision by President Theodore Roosevelt to remove the motto. The Motto portion of the Saint-Gaudens series continued through 1933 with a single interruption in yearly production from 1917-1919. By far the rarest issue of this era is the final-year 1933, of which only a single example is currently legal to own. Other key dates are the 1920-S, 1921, 1927-D, 1927-S, 1929, 1930-S, 1931, 1931-D and 1932, most examples of which were melted in the Mint after President Franklin Delano Roosevelt issued the Gold Recall Act in 1933.