American Gold Eagles
– Tagged "US Mint"
– Gold Financial Group
When first introduced, the oz Proof American Gold Eagle was one of the hottest sellers in the American Eagle collection. The Silver Eagle has just one weight, but the Gold Eagle series from the United States Mint offers collectors four options when the time comes to buy gold for investment or commemorative purposes. Right now, the oz Proof American Gold Eagle is available to purchase online from Gold Financial from various years and sizes!
Arrives in a satin-lined velvet display case.
Includes Certificate of Authenticity.
Available from 1988 to present!
Contains Troy oz of actual gold content.
Bears a face value of $10 (USD) backed by the federal government.
Obverse features the image of Liberty from Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
Reverse includes the bald eagle family design from Miley Busiek.
Bears the W mint mark of the West Point Mint or P mint mark of the Philadelphia Mint.
In this product listing you have the chance to purchase a oz Proof American Gold Eagle coin. The Proof Gold Eagle was introduced in 1986, but only a 1 oz weight was available. The program expanded first in 1987 to feature a oz coin, and the oz and 1/10 oz coins arrived in 1988.
Gold American Eagle Proof 1/2 oz
One of the most diverse and popular gold coins in the world is the American Gold Eagle, the official gold coin of the United States, which is available in bullion, proof, and burnished versions. Featuring images of Lady Liberty and the American bald eagle, this coin is symbolic of America's freedom, power, and majesty. Today, the oz Proof American Gold Eagle is available to you online from Gold Financial Group.
Arrives in a beautiful velvet case with satin lining.
Includes a US Mint Certificate of Authenticity!
Available since 1987 (no 2009 issue).
Contains 1/2 Troy oz of actual gold content.
Face value of $25 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
Obverse features Lady Liberty from Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
Reverse bears the image of a family of bald eagles from Miley Busiek.
Includes the W mint mark of the West Point Mint or P mark of the Philadelphia Mint.
The oz Proof American Gold Eagle coin was introduced in 1987, one year after the Proof Gold Eagle debuted in a 1 oz weight and one year before the other two fractional-weight coins were introduced in 1988.