The 1 oz Gold Eagle coin has long been one of the most beloved modern gold bullion coins minted, having first been introduced into circulation by the US Government back in 1986. Backed by strict guarantees of weight and content from US regulators, its popularity remains unparalleled today.
The coin’s obverse side features the iconic Saint-Gaudens $20 Double Eagle design, which was widely circulated until 1933.
Gold Eagle prices are directly tied to their market value of gold bullion. Gold prices fluctuate as more is bought and sold through commodity exchanges such as COMEX.
American Eagle coins feature legal tender values of $50 (one ounce), $25 (1/2 oz), $10 (1/4 oz), or $5 (1/10 oz). Their gold content, weight and purity is guaranteed by the federal government.
Investors and collectors alike find the 1 oz Gold Eagle coin an appealing investment and collectible, as well as being eligible for IRAs and other long-term gold investments. Shipments of multiples of 20 are packed in original mint tubes; any purchases under nine will be packaged in protective plastic coin flips. Random year coins from 1986 through current date availability are offered; specific date requests cannot be accepted.
The United States government guarantees the purity, weight and gold content of one ounce American Eagle coins produced by the US Mint. They come in four sizes – 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz – making this coin accessible for most consumers.
Gold Eagles are one of the most popular options available to investors for purchasing gold bullion. At competitively priced international liquidity levels, they provide financial security against domestic and global economic instability.
Augustus Saint-Gaudens designed the original $20 Double Eagle coins issued in 1907. On its reverse, Miley Busiek depicts a male bald eagle carrying an olive branch to protect a female eagle and her hatchlings while carrying it back home safely with him, carrying their legal tender face value of $50 as part of Miley Busiek’s design.
The 1 oz American Gold Eagle carries a face value of $50; however, its true market value is determined by fluctuations in gold prices on commodity exchanges which vary constantly.
To calculate the total price of a 1-ounce Gold Eagle coin, multiply its weight (1 troy ounce). Next, add or subtract any premiums that may have been offered by dealers as profit margin.
GoldCore provides competitive premiums on Gold Eagles. We ship them well protected in original mint tubes, while multiples of 20 coins can be packaged into Monster Boxes for additional security. In addition, we sell random year Gold Eagles that save premiums and are an excellent addition for gold IRA accounts.
The 1 oz Gold Eagle coin has become one of the most beloved modern bullion coins. First introduced by the United States Mint in 1986, these coin collectors and investors alike often prefer these coins as an investment vehicle.
The coin’s obverse depicts Lady Liberty striding forward while carrying a torch and olive branch, with the word “Liberty” displayed above her head based on a classic design by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
On the reverse side of each coin can be found an image of an American Eagle family with the words, “E Pluribus Unum,” which translates to Latin as, From Many, One. Additionally, their gold weight and purity is displayed. Sold for investment, these coins may also be held within individual retirement accounts (IRA). They represent government-backed gold bullion that may be included.
The 1-oz Gold Eagle is the world’s best-selling gold bullion coin. Its obverse design was inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ work featured on the 1907-1933 $20 Saint-Gaudens double eagle coin.
Reverse design depicts a family of American eagles. Gold weight, bullion purity and legal tender face value of this coin is guaranteed by the United States government.
Each 1 oz American Gold Eagle contains one troy ounce of actual gold bullion, with its gold weight and purity stamped on its obverse side and legal tender face value printed on its reverse.
Gold Eagle coins are approved by the IRS as storage items in self-directed IRA accounts, making them perfect for storage inside an IRA account. We sell single and multiple Gold Eagles as well as Monster Boxes of 500 Gold Eagle coins to meet your storage needs.