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2010-W Proof American Eagle 1/2 oz Gold Coin NGC PF70 UCAM

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In 2010, the Proof American Eagle Gold Coins were in high demand after taking a year-long hiatus. The 1/2 oz surpassed the 1/4 oz in popularity among collectors for the first time since 1991. Buyers can purchase the 2010 Proof American Eagle 1/2 oz Gold Coin in perfect condition from Provident Metals.


  • Each coin arrives in a protective plastic slab from the NGC.
  • Availability limited within the original 44,527-coin mintage.
  • Consists of .5 Troy ounce of gold.
  • W mint marks featured on each coin.
  • Has a face value of $25 (USD) established by the federal government.
  • The obverse features Lady Liberty.
  • On the reverse is the American bald eagle family.
  • Each coin has a UCAM label.
  • Earned a grade of PF70 from the NGC.

The Proof Gold American Eagle collection is a favorite among collectors. The 1/10 fell in the ranks as highest in demand when the coins returned in 2010. The 2010 Proof American Eagle 1/2 oz Gold Coins had their highest mintage since 1995 when the U.S. Mint established mintage caps for the individual coins and four-coin sets.

Coins that receive a PF70 grade from the NGC have original characteristics with now flaws. UCAM labels indicate the coins have strong-frosted elements with a matte design.


The obverse of 2010 Proof American Eagle 1/2 oz Gold Coins features an iconic image of Lady Liberty designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1907. Lady Liberty holds a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left. Fifty stars line the edge of the obverse with the capitol in the distant background.


On the reverse face of these coins, you will see the American bald eagle family. The male eagle flies over his family nest while a single hatchling rests under the female eagles wing. This imaged was designed by Miley Busiek in 1986.


The Proof American Eagle Gold Coins were introduced in three stages starting with the 1 oz released in 1986. The 1/2 oz followed in 1987 and the 1/4 and 1/10 oz in 1988. In order to meet investor demand each year, the U.S. Mint is legally required to strike Gold and Silver Eagle coins in the bullion version. Because of this the proof and burnished version were suspended in 2009 so that the mint could redirect blanks to bullion coin production. In 2010, the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle collections returned with four weights available.


The 2010 Proof American Eagle 1/2 oz Gold Coin is shipped in a protective slab to ensure that it remains in perfect condition. You can purchase any of our precious metal products online or by calling our customer support team at 800-313-3315. You can also call us if you have any questions or contact us via our online live chat or email address.

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Provident ID 2572023