Gold Eagle coins are one of the world’s most beloved bullion investments, produced and guaranteed by the US Mint to contain 22k gold bullion content and weight. Additionally, they may be held within self-directed retirement accounts for extra protection.
These coins feature Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ iconic image of Lady Liberty on the obverse and include details such as their gold bullion weight and legal tender face value inscriptions. Available as BU (random year condition).
How much is a 1 oz Gold Eagle worth?
The 1 oz Gold American Eagle coin is one of the world’s most beloved bullion coins. Representing American values and offering diversification into your precious metals portfolio, these iconic coins are made from solid 22-karat gold to meet government guarantees for content, weight and purity.
On its obverse is Augustus Saint Gaudens’ iconic depiction of Lady Liberty from his original design for the 1907 Double Eagle coin. On its reverse is an up-close portrait of an iconic bald eagle alongside its legal tender value of $50 and the United States motto.
One oz American Gold Eagles come in both bullion and proof editions, giving investors more options when investing. Bullion coins have the additional benefit of being eligible to be held within self-directed Individual Retirement Accounts while collectors typically prefer proof coins that do not qualify. When purchasing online from SD Bullion, we will send your coin in its BU (random year) condition.
How much is a 1 oz Gold Eagle worth on the COMEX?
The 1 oz Gold Eagle coin is one of the most beloved bullion coins in America. This collectible and investment coin features the iconic American design created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for use on his $20 double eagle gold coin in 1907. On its reverse is depicted a male bald eagle flying to its nest with an olive branch while clutching onto their hatchlings – one of many reasons this bullion coin remains so beloved!
This American bullion coin is made of 22 karat gold for added durability and wear resistance, plus legal tender with a $50 face value.
Gold Eagles make an excellent investment addition for any portfolio, providing protection from domestic and global economic and financial risks, while generating reliable investment returns. Add these government-backed gold coins with confidence knowing they are competitively priced and highly liquid – you can purchase these coins today with only a slight premium over their changing spot price of gold.
How much is a 1 oz Gold Eagle worth on the LBMA?
Gold Eagles are among the most beloved modern gold bullion coins available today. Produced on an industrial scale to help retail investors purchase investment grade gold bullion coins at retail, they’re an increasingly popular option among those seeking physical Gold bullion as an asset class or in Gold IRAs.
The Gold American Eagle coin, issued by the U.S. Mint since 1986 and featuring one troy ounce of gold, has been authorized by Congress as a gold bullion investment coin since 1986. On its obverse is an image of Liberty taken from that seen on US Mint double eagle gold coins issued between 1907-1933 – thus creating an investment coin authorized for mass consumption and release as soon as 1986.
Gold Eagles are sold with a premium over the LBMA PM spot price to cover manufacturing, refining, fabrication, minting and shipping costs; market conditions as well as supply and demand can affect this premium amount.
How much is a 1 oz Gold Eagle worth on the NGC?
The 1 oz Gold Eagle from the US Mint is one of their most acclaimed bullion coins, made solely from American gold mined within US borders and with legal tender guarantee from government of US (also known as weight guarantee).
These coins provide an easy and cost-effective way to add precious metals to your investment portfolio. Their obverse features an image of Liberty inspired by the $20 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle gold coin from 1907 until 1933; on their reverse is a male bald eagle flying above his nest containing female and her hatchling eagles; along with their respective values, gold content, purity levels and mottoes such as IN GOD WE TRUST and E Pluribus Unum inscriptions;
These coins boast a low mintage, making them highly collectible. Furthermore, gold provides increased stability and liquidity to any portfolio; NGC even certifies these coins as PF70 which means that their surfaces feature strong designs with frost-like surfaces and flawless designs.