2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin MS70 in plastic case from PCGS with First Strike label
2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin MS70 in plastic case from PCGS with First Strike label
1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle Bullion Coin

2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle MS-70 (PCGS First Strike Label)

Widely recognized and universally revered, the Gold American Eagle is one of the most celebrated coins in the world. Featuring the ultimate combination of security and beauty, this 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle stands apart for its unique PCGS First Strike label.

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A magnificent combination of gold, design, and history renders every 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle MS-70 Coin remarkable in and of itself.

Two elements, however, make these 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagles special. Each gold coin is designated with the prestigious First Strike label from PCGS and is available in a perfect Mint State 70 condition.

The First Strike distinction on a coin means it is from among the coin’s earliest production run. A 2018 First Strike coin, then, is from the earliest gold coins produced for that year. The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) First Strike program designates coins issued in the first 30 days of the mint’s release.

“This designation not only adds value to modern coins,” writes PCGS, “but takes modern coin collecting to another level with multiple Mint releases each year.”

The “MS” in MS-70 stands for “Mint State.” This is a coveted condition only awarded to coins that are in impeccable shape. In the coin world, “MS-70” identifies coins in the best possible condition—free of wear and perfectly preserved. With respect to a coin’s condition, you cannot do better than a grade of 70.

Why Buy 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle MS-70 Coins?

Several factors make the PCGS First Strike 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin an attractive part of any precious metals portfolio. It has an iconic design of American coinage, offers easy entry to the world of precious metals, and makes for a genuinely thoughtful gift.

Fractional weights also serve a very practical purpose: financial flexibility. With larger gold coins and bars, it could be difficult to leverage your gold when you need it most. Fractional weights allow you to buy as much physical gold as you want, then store, trade, and use it at your leisure in amounts both small and large.

Plus, certified coins like the PCGS First Strike 2018 1/10 oz. Gold Eagle can be particularly ideal for those in search of long-term profit potential. Why? While the price of gold bullion coins is primarily determined by the spot price of gold and the coin’s weight in gold, the price of a certified coin, like the PCGS First Strike 2018 1/10 oz. Gold Eagle, is also tied to its availability and condition. Accordingly, certified coins have shown to not be subject to the same level of spot price volatility as bullion coins. When economic conditions start seesawing, you could see the price of a certified coin fluctuate less than that of a bullion coin.

Due to their rarity, grading, and insulation from spot market volatility, certified gold coins like PCGS First Strike 2018 1/10 oz. Gold Eagles could achieve greater potential when held for longer periods of time. By nature, their scarcity allows for increased potential—potential you can buy today!

2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle MS-70 Specifications

  • Year:2018
  • Denomination:$5 (USD)
  • Condition:MS-70, Brilliant Uncirculated
  • Grading Service:PCGS
  • Metal Content:0.10 troy oz.
  • Purity:.9167 Gold (22k)
  • Mint Mark:Not Shown (West Point)
  • Mint Facility/Manufacturer:West Point
  • Issuing Country:United States
  • Diameter:16.5 mm
  • Thickness:1.19 mm
  • Obverse Designer:Miley Busiek
  • Reverse Designer:Augustus Saint-Gaudens

History of the 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle MS-70

American Eagle Coins were first minted in 1986, having first been authorized by the Gold Bullion Act of 1985. 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.

No matter the denomination, the Gold American Eagle remains one of the most popular gold coins in U.S. history. What makes these 1/10 oz. Gold Eagles special, however, is that they're officially graded and among the finest and earliest gold coins released in 2018.

This Gold Eagle has limited availability. The 2018 1/0 oz. Gold American Eagle stands apart for its unique PCGS First Strike label and perfect 70 grade.

The 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle MS-70 Coin Design

The Obverse Gold Eagle Design: Lady Liberty
President Teddy Roosevelt sought to introduce a coin to the U.S. that evoked the coinage of ancient Greek and Roman coins. From that seed blossomed the iconic Lady Liberty design by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The Saint-Gaudens design first appeared on the United States’ $20, or double-eagle, gold piece in 1907, where it remained until 1933.

Saint-Gaudens' Lady Liberty was chosen again in 1986, after President Ronald Reagan signed the Gold Bullion Act of 1985.

Lady Liberty marches forward on the obverse side of the 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle Coin. Sun rays and stars accompany her majestic figure and add to the artwork’s complexity, which is beautifully reproduced here with the year and the word “LIBERTY.”

The Reverse Gold Eagle Design: Eagle Family
The reverse side of the 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle features sculptor Miley Busiek’s design of a family of eagles, one with wings spread at the center. At the top is the inscription: “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.” In a semi-circle along the bottom are the words “1/10 FINE GOLD ~ 5 DOLLARS.” On either side of the centermost eagle are the phrases “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and “IN GOD WE TRUST.”

How Much Do 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagles MS-70 Coins Cost?

2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagles MS-70 Coins are special. They're certified gold coins. Certified gold coin prices are based on the spot price of gold and a coin's numismatic value. When compared to bullion coins, certified gold coins can provide precious metals owners a way to minimize risk and maximize reward over a longer period of time.

Certified coins are evaluated and graded for their condition and rarity by a third-party grading service—in this case, the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). The higher the grade, the more perfect—and, often times, pricier—the coin. Call U.S. Money Reserve to learn more about certified coin prices. Account Executives are standing by to answer any questions you may have about certified coin prices and availability!

Where Can I Buy First Strike 2018 1/10 oz. Gold Eagles?

First Strike 2018 1/10 oz. Gold American Eagle Coins are available online or over the phone courtesy of U.S. Money Reserve. The coins can act as a great addition to your precious metals strategy, and their resilience means they’re an outstanding choice for seasoned and new buyers to gift or display. If you are interested in PCGS First Strike 1/10 oz. Gold Eagles in a perfect MS-70 condition, contact us today.
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