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1 oz Silver American Eagle BU (Random Year)
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2019 1 oz Silver American Eagle BU
Protect your Gold American Eagle with this clear plastic capsule or display it in style by adding an attractive presentation box to your order. You can also add a coin bezel to turn your Gold Eagle into fine jewelry.
As low as $37.99 per coin over spot
The Gold American Eagle quickly became the most popular Gold bullion coin in the United States since its release in 1986. Add this 1 oz Gold Eagle to your cart today!
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The beauty of 1 oz Gold American Eagle coins has been acclaimed for more than a century.
The 1 oz Gold American Eagle design is based on the famous Saint-Gaudens Lady Liberty design that appeared on the final Gold Double Eagle design. Replacing the Liberty Gold coin in 1907, the Saint-Gaudens Gold coin was born out of President Theodore Roosevelt’s desire for U.S. Gold coins to be a work of art. The 1907 Gold Double Eagle coin is considered one of the most beautiful of American coins, and the present-day American Eagle receives the same sort of acclaim. Modern American Eagle coins for sale are made for investors, but collectors enjoy their beauty.
The value of a Gold Eagle coin involves more than the beauty of its design or the year of its minting.
The 1 oz Gold American Eagle is made chiefly for investors, although the U.S. Mint offers proof and burnished coins made with special processes to enhance their beauty for collectors. A Gold Eagle coin could refer to a variety of different Gold coins, including a modern Gold bullion coin and pre-1933 Gold Eagle coins. The Capped Bust Gold coin was the earliest Gold Eagle coin, starting in 1795, but it was produced in such low numbers that they are seen as purely high-end collector items. Coins for sale can be bought for their Precious Metal value or their collectibility value, and it is important to know what you are getting before paying the premium over the Gold spot price.
The Gold American Eagle is legal tender, though its actual Gold content is worth much more than the $50 face value.
- Product ID: 1
- Year: Random
- Grade: Brilliant Unc
- Grade Service: None
- Denomination: $50.00
- Mint Mark: Not Shown – West Point
- Metal Content: 1 troy oz
- Purity: .9167
- Thickness: 2.87 mm
- Diameter: 32.7 mm
- Inner Pack: 20
- Outer Pack: 500
The History of the 1 oz Gold American Eagle
The 1 oz Gold American Eagle was first issued by the U.S. Mint in 1986, but it has a colorful history that stretches back much farther. The original Gold Eagle coin was a $10 Gold coin authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792, and “eagle” became a face value base unit for Gold coins, with other denominations including the Double Eagle and Half Eagle. The last Double Eagle design, the $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold coin, is often regarded as the most beautiful coin design in history. The modern Gold Eagle coins for sale are fashioned after this 1907 Gold coin, which was in circulation until 1933.
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