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Dates may range from 1986 to the current year and may or may not include a variety.
- Mint: United States Mint
- Year of Issue: Randomized
- Composition: One-quarter troy ounce of .9167 fine gold
- Face Value: $10 USD
Designed by Augustus Saint-Gauden, the obverse focuses on Lady Liberty as she steps out from rays of sunshine. She holds up a torch in one arm, and an olive branch in the other. “LIBERTY” is inscribed within a ring of stars around the rim, along with the year of issue. The dates of this product will be random and may or may not include a variety.
The reverse, designed by Miley Busiek, features a male Bald Eagle flying back to his nested family with an olive branch in his talon. Inscriptions include “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and “IN GOD WE TRUST,” along with the weight and denomination.
About American Gold Eagles
The first annual American Gold Eagle was produced in 1986, after the Gold Bullion Act of 1985 kicked off the program. The gold used to make these coins is sourced directly from the US, with additional metal alloys for stability and strength. Gold Eagles have since become the most widely traded gold bullion coin in the world.
Individual coins ship in a plastic flip. All coins ship in BU condition, as received from the mint.
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|Gold Content||0.25 troy oz|
|Composition||.9167 Fine Gold (22k)|
|Mint||U.S. Mint- West Point|