Gold: $1646.40  Silver: $18.55  Platinum: $864.70  90% Junk $1 FV: $13.26  Gold/Silver Ratio: 88.75

2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69

Compare the best online dealer prices before you buy 2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69 coins.


Bullion Dealer Price Each Dealer Premium Link
eBay (liberty.coin)
  

See Listing for Shipping
$1,912.60 $266.20
(16.17% prem)

2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69 Melt Value

The 2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69 coin contains 1 troy ounces of gold bullion. The melt value of one 2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69 coin is $1646.40 based on the current gold spot price.

Prices Last Updated: Sep 28, 2022 07:34 am

  • - Free Shipping Offer
  • - Free Shipping Not Available
Find where to buy 2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69 at the lowest price

Product Description

2010 American Gold Eagle Coins - Graded MS-69 by NGC

These Gold American Eagle coins have been graded by NGC, the Numismatic Guaranty Company.  

The 2010 American Eagle Coin coin design follows the design of previous coins in the American Eagle Gold series. 

The obverse features the Walking Liberty design as the flagship coin of the US Mint.

The 2010 American 1 oz Gold Eagle coin is widely recognized worldwide as the most popular gold bullion coin amongst modern coin collectors and investors.

Investors buy graded gold eagle coins for a variety of reasons, including speculative investing that can bring larger premiums to collectors. 

NGC is a third party that guarantees the authenticity of each coin that that is encapsulated with their label.

Collectors and investors buy NGC rated coins, in part, because of the assurance that the coiin is authentic.

2010 NGC MS-69 American Gold Eagle Coin Highlights:

  • Contains 1 troy oz of .999 fine gold.
  • NGC encapsulation guarantees and protects the MS-69 condition.
  • Obverse: Contemporary adaptation of the Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Gold Double Eagle design. Lady Liberty is engraved walking confidently with rays from the sun shining behind her.
  • Reverse: Showing a male bald eagle returning to it's nest, where a female awaits with her young. An olive branch is held in it's beak.
  • Guaranteed by the U.S. Mint.
  • NGC reports only 13,514 of these coins have been graded MS-69.

The coin you receive will be chosen from a random selection of years based on avaliable dealer inventory at the time you place your order. 

The design on the Gold American Eagle is often considered the most beautiful design in modern American coinage. These MS-69 coins from NGC are sure to bring value to your collection.



Collectible Specifications

  • Modern collectible coin that is encapsulated and graded.
  • Graded by NGC, a collectibles grading company.
  • Coin condition is graded and considered to be MS-69.
  • Premiums over spot price may vary depending on the collectibility demand and rarity.
2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69 Specifications

Weight 1 oz
Country United States
Type Gold Coins
TPG NGC
Grade MS-69
Mint US Mint
Year 2010
Coins Series American Gold Eagle
Classification Modern
Face Value $50 USD
Purity .9167 fineness
IRA Eligible Yes
Diameter 32.70 mm
Thickness 2.87 mm
Edge Reeded


FindBullionPrices.com tracks prices from most reputable and trusted bullion dealers to help find the lowest prices on 2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69. The prices on our site for gold coins and bullion are updated hourly and adjusted with gold spot price. We give you the tools to compare gold prices from reputable and trusted bullion dealers. Compare 2010 American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin - NGC MS-69 prices across bullion dealers to pay the lowest price.

You can easily and quickly compare bullion dealers to find the lowest prices for gold coins at FindBullionPrices.com. If you don't see something you're looking for Contact Us and let us know so we can add it.

Our Closest to Spot tool can help you find the lowest premium when you are ready to buy gold coins for the best online prices.

Shop other gold bullion and coins from United States.