1/4 oz Gold American Eagle MS70 (Varied Year, Varied Label, PCGS or NGC) - Silver.com™
Gold: $1823.17 2.32
Silver: $23.79 0.22

1/4 oz Gold American Eagle MS70 (Varied Year, Varied Label, PCGS or NGC)

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The Gold Eagle coin from the United States Mint represents the official gold bullion coin of the nation. When it was introduced in 1986 it was the first gold coin for sale in the US since 1933, and the purest American gold coin struck since 1837. The ¼ oz Gold American Eagle Coin is currently available to you for online purchase at Silver.com in perfect condition.

Coin Highlights:

  • Ships to you inside a protective slab from the NGC or PCGS!
  • Issued since 1986!
  • Availability of certified coins is limited!
  • Consists of One-Quarter Troy ounce of actual gold content.
  • Issued a face value of $10 (USD) by the United States.
  • Bears a Grade of Mint State 70 from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or Professional Coin Grading Service.
  • Lady Liberty is featured on the obverse as designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
  • American bald eagle family found on the reverse designed by Miley Busiek.
  • Coins have varying date marks and included labels.

In 1834, the United States Mint made a decision to move its gold coinage away from so-called crown gold alloys. Original gold coins issued from 1794 until this point had 22-karat gold content in many cases, but the decision in 1834 moved the nation’s gold coinage to a purity of .900. This took effect in full in 1837.

With the introduction of the Gold American Eagle bullion coin in 1986, the United States Mint issued its purest gold coin in nearly 150 years. The Gold Eagles are available annually in the bullion collection with 1 oz gold, as well as ½ oz, ¼ oz, and 1/10 oz options.

The obverse of Gold American Eagle coins includes the iconic image of Liberty. Created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1907, this depiction of Liberty features her full-length figure with flowing robe and hair as she walks away from the nation’s capital and into a new future.

On the reverse of the ¼ oz Gold American Eagle coins is a design from Miley Busiek. Created in 1986 exclusively for the Gold Eagle, the design depicts a female eagle guarding the hatchlings in the nest as a male eagle flies back to the nest with an olive branch in its talons.

All ¼ oz Gold American Eagle coins in this listing earned the perfect Mint State 70 certification from the NGC or PCGS. These coins have full, original mint luster with no detracting flaws of any kind. Silver.com offers you these coins from various years of issue with various labels attached to the slab. We cannot guarantee the date mark or labels included with your purchase as coins are chosen based on availability when your order is processed for shipping.

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Additional information

Weight 0.25000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Condition: MS70

Mint: US Mint

Thickness: 1.83 mm

Diameter: 22 mm

Purity: .9167 Fine Gold

Images shown are examples only. Actual item appearance is subject to change, but will always correlate with title and description.

Lowest Price: $496.29

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