Buy 1 oz. Gold American Eagles
When it comes to American gold coins, few coins can compare to the 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin. This coin is also referred to as a "Golden Eagle Coin" or "Gold Eagle Coin." Authorized legal tender by the U.S. Congress, every 22-karat Gold American Eagle Coin is made from solid gold mined here in America and guaranteed by the U.S. government for its gold content, weight and purity. The 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin remains one of the world's most popular gold bullion coins, not only for its gold content and timeless patriotic design, but also for its historical significance and important role as a portfolio diversifier.
Why Buy 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coins?
One-ounce Gold American Eagle Coins are easy to buy and easy to sell. Brilliantly designed and widely revered, the Gold American Eagle Coin is acknowledged as one of the most beautiful gold coins ever struck. A Gold American Eagle Coin stands as a timeless symbol of American tradition and unity. Buy Gold Eagle Coins to help safeguard your wealth and protect American values. When you own one of the U.S. Mint’s most popular gold bullion coins, you can build a precious metals portfolio that stands as strong as this great nation. The 1 oz. Gold American Eagle provides citizens with a tangible form of wealth in an ever-changing economic climate. As an international standard of trade, the 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin is a readily available domestic source of short-term personal finance protection.
A History of the 1 oz. Gold Eagle Coin
American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins were first minted in 1986, having first been authorized by the Gold Bullion Act of 1985. Signed by President Ronald Reagan, this act required that the U.S. Mint begin production of a family of 22-karat gold bullion coins in one-half, one-quarter, and one-tenth denominations, and outlined everything from the design to each coin’s diameter.
With the passing of the Gold Bullion Act and the production of the 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin, the U.S. began competing with the likes of the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf and South African Krugerrand, which dominated the global coin market at the time.
The 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin Design
The Obverse Gold Eagle Design: Lady Liberty
The image on the front of the 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin was selected in 1986 based on a design by renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in the early 1900s. Saint-Gaudens’ design was originally produced for the $20 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Gold Coin, minted between 1907 and 1933.
At the center of the coin’s obverse design is Lady Liberty’s full-length figure, her face framed by windswept hair and stamped with a fearless gaze. Her stance is unwavering, as she raises a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left. The Capitol building sits in the left background.
The Reverse Gold Eagle Design: Eagle Family
The image on the back of the 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin was created in 1986 by American sculptor Miley Busiek (now known as Miley Tucker-Frost). She first came up with her design concept in 1980 after watching Ronald Reagan’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention.
The reverse side of the 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin features a family of bald eagles, with a male eagle flying above a nest and holding an olive branch in his talons. A female eagle sits in the nest, her wings protectively encircling two eaglets.
1 oz. Gold American Eagles Are IRA-Approved Gold Coins
While the Gold American Eagle is an essential part of any well-diversified precious metals portfolio, it can also act as a fundamental form of wealth insurance when held in a Self-Directed IRA. It is part of the select family of gold coins and bars that have been approved for inclusion in IRAs by the Internal Revenue Code.
When incorporated into your retirement strategy, gold can offer greater peace of mind and a form of financial security that may not come with a traditional retirement plan. See how you can secure retirement funds in a Self-Directed IRA through U.S. Money Reserve's Precious Metals IRA program.
How Much Do 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coins Cost?
One-ounce American Eagles are imprinted with their gold content and legal tender “face” value. Prices for 1 oz. American Eagles vary based on a number of factors. As a bullion coin, a Gold Eagle's market value is tied almost entirely to its weight in gold (in this case, 1 oz.) and the current market price of gold, which makes it an ideal choice for liquid, short-term holding. Prices can also vary depending on the supply and demand for gold, and local, national and global economic conditions.
Where Can I Buy 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coins?
You can buy 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coins online or over the phone from U.S. Money Reserve, America's Gold Authority®. You cannot buy American Eagle Bullion Coins directly from the U.S. Mint.
Whether you're a market veteran or new to precious metals, you've already made a great choice by researching one of the most popular and trusted gold bullion coins. Make another great choice and buy the 1 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin today. You'll find that few other 1 oz. gold coins can compare to the Gold American Eagle, especially when you trust U.S. Money Reserve with your purchase!