Gold: $1942.70  Silver: $23.52  Platinum: $1019.00  90% Junk $1 FV: $16.82  Gold/Silver Ratio: 82.60

1 oz American Gold Eagle

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Bullion Exchanges
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Free Shipping @ $99
$2,064.29 $121.59
(6.26% prem)
Monument Metals
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Free Shipping @ $199
$2,071.00 $128.30
(6.60% prem)
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$2,071.57 $128.87
(6.63% prem)
Hero Bullion
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Free Shipping @ $149
$2,078.40 $135.70
(6.99% prem)
BGASC
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Free Shipping @ $199
$2,097.94 $155.24
(7.99% prem)
SD Bullion
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Free Shipping @ $199
$2,103.40 $160.70
(8.27% prem)
Money Metals Exchange
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Free Shipping @ $500
$2,119.60 $176.90
(9.11% prem)
Provident Metals
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Free Shipping @ $199
$2,123.74 $181.04
(9.32% prem)
APMEX
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Free Shipping @ $199
$2,128.49 $185.79
(9.56% prem)
JM Bullion
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Free Shipping @ $199
$2,158.99 $216.29
(11.13% prem)

Melt Value: 1 oz American Gold Eagle

This gold coin contains 1.00 troy ounces of bullion. Based on the metal content and weight, the intrinsic melt value of one 1 oz American Gold Eagle is $1942.70 based on today's gold spot price.

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1 oz American Gold Eagle

American Eagle 1 oz Gold Coin Random Year

The Gold Eagle is the best seller bullion investment coin from the US Mint. Minted of 22k, each coin contains 1 troy ounce of 99.9% pure gold that is alloyed with a small amount of copper and silver for strength and durability.

The US Mint began producing the American Eagle series beginning in 1986. These investment-grade bullion coins can provide a reliable and stable store of wealth.

Gold Eagle Coin Design

The obverse of the features the well known likeness of Lady Liberty that was sculpted by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for the $20 Double Eagle that was minted from 1907 until 1933. 

Liberty is walking forwards with rays of the rising sun rising behind her. She holds in one hand, an olive branch and in the other her torch.

The outer edge of the coin is encircled with fifty stars along with "LIBERTY" and the year of minting. 

From 1986 through 1991 the date shown on the coins used Roman Numerals. In 1992, a change was made to use the familiar Arabic numerals.  

Up until 2021 the reverse of the coin features a family of eagles. The male is depicted as returning to the nest with an olive branch grasped in his talons. 

The Type 2 reverse design was introduced mid-year in 2021. It features a close up portrait of the face and head of a bald eagle.

The reverse engravings include the words "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum" which is latin for "from many, one".

Additional inscriptions include "In God We Trust", the coin's weight (one oz fine gold) and legal tender face value ($50 USD). 

Random Year 1 oz Gold American Eagle Coin Details:

  • Minted with one troy ounce of .999 fine gold.
  • 22 karat Gold alloy with 3% Silver and 5.33% Copper.
  • Obverse: Lady Liberty proudly representing peace and freedom.
  • Reverse: May include Type 1 or Type 2 reverse designs.
  • Produced at various US Mint facilities including Philadelphia, West Point and San Francisco.
  • Face Value of $50 USD.

Why buy 1 oz Gold Eagles?

When considering an investment bullion random year Gold Eagle coins often carry a lower premium over spot price current year coins.

The American Eagle gold coin is intended as a reliable and trusted bullion investment vehicle from the US Mint. This quickly become one of the top selling coins after being introduced 37 years ago.

Gold eagles are also minted in fractional ounce sizes of  ½ oz, ¼ oz and 1/10 troy ounce for investors looking for practical options.

 


1 oz Gold Eagle Mintages

Year Bullion
1986 1,362,650
1987 1,045,500
1988 465,500
1989 415,790
1990 373,210
1991 243,100
1992 275,000
1993 480,192
1994 221,663
1995 200,636
1996 189,148
1997 664,508
1998 1,468,530
1999 1,505,026
2000 433,319
2001 143,605
2002 222,029
2003 416,032
2004 417,019
2005 356,555
2006 237,510
2007 140,016
2008 710,000
2009 1,493,000
2010 1,125,000
2011 857,000
2012 675,000
2013 758,500
2014 425,000
2015 626,500
2016 817,500
2017 228,500
2018 191,000
2019 108,000
2020 747,500
2021 1,115,500
2022 850,000
2023 Not yet available


1 oz American Gold Eagle Specifications

Weight 1 oz
Country United States
Type Sovereign Bullion
Mint US Mint
Year Random Year
Coins Series American Eagle
Classification Modern
Face Value $50 USD
Coins Type Sovereign Bullion
Purity .9167 fineness
Diameter 32.67 mm
Thickness 2.87 mm
Edge Reeded


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