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Buy American gold Eagle Coins at
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Buy American Gold Eagle Coins at U.S. Money Reserve

When President Ronald Reagan occupied the White House, the U.S. Mint launched an extremely popular program—the American Eagle Coin Program.

The program started in 1986 with gold and silver bullion coins. Today, it also includes platinum and palladium coins. Because of gold’s allure and lasting performance, the gold coins draw lots of well-deserved attention.

The front side, or obverse, of the American Eagle Gold Coins spotlight a depiction of Lady Liberty that first appeared on the 1907 version of the $20, or “double eagle,” coin. The design, by famed sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, shows Liberty facing forward, holding a torch in one hand and an olive branch in the other. Beginning in 2021, the coins feature a newly designed portrait of a bald eagle on the backside or reverse.

Why Should You Buy American Eagle Gold Coins?

American Eagle Gold Coins enable you to add physical gold to your portfolio in a convenient, cost-effective manner. They make memorable and heart-felt gifts, too. The U.S. Mint produces the gold coins in four sizes: 1 oz., 1/2 oz., 1/4 oz., and 1/10 oz.

Where can you buy American Eagle Gold Coins? The Mint doesn’t sell the coins directly to consumers; they’re available only from authorized precious metals dealers such as U.S. Money Reserve. You can purchase American Eagle Gold coins online or over the phone.

American Eagle Gold Coins Available from U.S. Money Reserve

U.S. Money Reserve sells eight types of American Eagle Gold Coins.

 

1 oz. Gold American Eagle

The 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin reigns as one of the world’s most popular gold bullion coins. It’s treasured for its 22-karat gold content and timeless patriotic design, as well as its historical significance and status as a portfolio diversifier. The U.S. Mint makes each $50 Gold American Eagle Coin from gold mined in the U.S. The federal government guarantees each coin’s gold content, weight, and purity. The 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin is also approved for inclusion in self-directed IRAs. It remains the only gold coin that is an exception to the purity rule set forth by the Internal Revenue Code.

1/2 oz. Gold American Eagle

Produced at the U.S. Mint’s West Point facility, this ½ oz., $25 coin serves as official legal tender. Made with gold mined in the U.S., the 1/2 oz. Gold American Eagle symbolizes our nation’s strength, independence, and patriotism, thanks to its gorgeous design. The federal government guarantees its content, weight, and purity. The coin’s versatility makes it a great addition to a diversified portfolio or a thoughtful made-in-America gift

1/4 oz. Gold American Eagle

The 1/4 oz. Gold American Eagle, known as the $10 Gold Eagle Coin, exemplifies beauty and history. In addition, it can contribute to a diversified portfolio, given the coin’s government-guaranteed content, weight, and purity. Oh, and it also can be a great stocking stuffer or birthday gift that’s made in the USA!

1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle

The 1/10 oz Gold American Eagle, with a face value of $5, can be a small but mighty addition to your diversified portfolio. After all, it’s made from U.S.-minted, 22-karat gold, just like its bigger siblings. And, just like the heavier American Eagle coins, it’s guaranteed by the U.S. government for content, weight, and purity.

Proof Gold American Eagles

Our exclusive Proof Gold American Eagles pay tribute to President Ronald Reagan, whose signing of the Gold Bullion Act of 1985 authorized our nation’s first Proof Gold American Eagle Coin. Our Proof Gold American Eagles set comprises coins from every year of issue (1986-2018). Part of our exclusive Reagan Legacy Signature Series, these proofs cannot be found anywhere else. Each coin label in this series is personally signed by President Reagan’s oldest son, Michael Reagan.

2018 1/4 oz. Gold American Eagle MS70 (PCGS)

The 2018 1/4 oz. Gold American Eagle MS-70 with the PCGS First Strike Label has an impressively long name and an impressive pedigree. First, let’s look at the PCGS and “first strike” aspects of the coin. PCGS stands for Professional Coin Grading Service, which represents the industry standard for third-party coin certification. “First strike” or “FS” designates a coin’s position in the year’s production run. PCGS-certified 1/4 oz. Gold American Eagle Coins are from the earliest production run for its year of issue. Next is the “MS-70” part of the coin’s name. MS stands for “Mint State,” and the number 70 refers to the coin’s pristine condition as determined by PCGS.

Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin

The 1 oz., 24-karat 2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin honors one of the most beautiful U.S. coins ever produced: the 1907 High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin. Highlights of this coin include 4mm thickness to showcase Ultra High Relief, an MS-70 or near-perfect MS-69 grade from PCGS, and rare Roman numeral dating. Made at the U.S. Mint’s West Point facility, the Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin is authorized U.S. legal tender and is guaranteed for weight, content, and purity by the federal government.

Burnished Gold American Eagles - W Mintmark

Struck from 22-karat gold, the Burnished Gold American Eagle with “W” mintmark stands out in the family of Gold American Eagles. It’s the only Gold American Eagle minted using a special process to generate a burnished finish and the only one to bear the “W” mintmark. Produced at the U.S. Mint’s West Point facility, the coin is graded a perfect SP-70 or near-perfect SP-69 by PCGS, serves as authorized legal tender, and is guaranteed by the federal government for weight, content, and purity.

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