1/2 oz Gold American Eagles MS69 (Random Year, PCGS or NGC) - Silver.comâ„¢
Gold: $1780.29 -87.20
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1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins MS69 (Random Year, Varied Label, PCGS or NGC)

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Gold American Eagle coins are available annually from the United States Mint in a variety of weights and styles. The gold bullion coin is the most popular by sales and has been available since 1986 in all four weights currently offered. The proof and burnished coins are also offered, with four weights available in the former since 1988 and one weight in the latter since 2006. The 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coin is currently available to you in near-perfect condition online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you inside of protective plastic slabs from the PCGS or NGC!
  • Available since 1986!
  • Availability of certified coins is limited!
  • Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of actual gold content.
  • Issued a face value of $25 (USD) by the United States.
  • Bears a Grade of Mint State 69 from the PCGS or NGC.
  • Obverse includes Lady Liberty.
  • Reverse features an American bald eagle family.
  • Random listings may result in several coins of the same date mark and label shipping when you buy multiples.

Gold American Eagle coins are dominated in sales by the 1 oz gold and 1/10 oz coins. These two coins combine in the bullion series for the six highest mintage figures in the program’s history. Additionally, these are the only two weights in the collection to surpass 1 million coins in any given production year.

The 1/2 oz Gold Eagle is, traditionally, among the lowest mintages in the collection. Most years see the 1/2 oz Gold Eagle and 1/4 oz Gold Eagle come in with the lowest mintage figures. In fact, the highest mintage in the 1/2 oz weight in this series was set all the way back in its debut release of 1986 when 599,566 coins were struck. The closest it has come since that time was 1999 when just over 263,000 coins were issued.

On the obverse of all 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins is the image of Lady Liberty designed in 1907 by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. This design originally appeared on the $20 Gold Double Eagle from 1907 to 1933. The reverse side features the family of American bald eagles created in 1986 by Miley Busiek exclusively for use on the Gold Eagles.

All of these 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins are available in Mint State 69 condition from the PCGS or NGC. Coins in this condition have full, original mint luster with a maximum of two minor detracting flaws. Silver.com offers these coins from random years with varied labels. You will receive a gold coin from this series based on the timing of your payment being processed before shipping. We cannot guarantee specific date marks or even specific labels. If you buy more than one 1/2 oz Gold Eagle, you may receive several with the same date mark and label.

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Additional information

Weight 0.50000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Year: Varied

Grade: MS69

Mint: US Mint

Purity: 91.67% Gold (22 karat), 3% Silver, 5.33% Copper

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