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American Gold Eagles: Diversify and Preserve Your Wealth
American Gold Eagles are among the most recognizable, coveted bullion-investment in the world. First released in 1986, and offered in 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, and 1 oz denominations.
Considered the official gold bullion coin of the United States, each American Gold Eagle is guaranteed for weight, purity and content by the US Government.
In addition to their long-standing reputation as a wealth preservation and diversification tool, American Gold Eagles were also the first modern bullion coins to be authorized by Congress.
According to the Gold Bullion Act of 1985, every ounce of gold used in American Gold Eagles must be mined in the United States. Gold Eagles contain 91.67% (22 karat) gold — the rest is a copper-silver alloy, added for durability.
Why buy American Gold Eagles?
- Liquidity — Easy to sell
- Simple to store and transfer
- Tangible hedge against inflation
- Approved for Self-Directed IRA investment
- Intrinsic value that stands the test of time
- Weight and purity guaranteed by the US Government
- Beautiful design, inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ $20 Gold Piece
How Do I Buy American Gold Eagles?
Browse our website to view current stock and up-to-date prices and availability.
Our secure online ordering system makes purchasing American Gold Eagles quick, simple and safe — and your gold coins will arrive in just days.
If you prefer to place an order by phone, call (877) 429-8790 from 8AM to 6PM CST to speak with one of our expert representatives.
Where Do I Buy American Gold Eagles?
Provident Metals was designed and built to help investors meet their individual goals. Investors in pursuit of an online environment focused on security, service, and affordability have come to the right place.
We proudly carry a large selection of American Gold Eagles, at some of the lowest premiums in the industry. Shop and compare!
*Market value is directly related to the gold content, not the coins face value.