1994 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins - Silver.com™
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1994 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins

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Gold American Eagle Coins are incredibly popular around the globe. The fractional weight offers from the United States Mint are the perfect option for those looking for affordable gold coins. Today, you can purchase your own 1994 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins from Silver.com.

Highlights:

  • Arrives in clear plastic flips!
  • Limited mintage of just 62,400 coins!
  • Consists of One-half Troy ounce of actual gold content!
  • Given a face value of $25 (USD) backed by the US government.
  • 16th release of the 1/2 oz American Eagle Gold Coins!
  • Obverse depicts Lady Liberty.
  • Reverse features a bald eagle family.

The United States Mint brought the American Eagle Coin program to life in 1986. At launch, the mint offered just the 1 oz and 1/2 oz gold options. Over the years, the mint introduced two other fractional weight versions: 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz.

The coin program offers three different finishes for their gold product lineup: bullion, proof, and uncirculated. In addition, there are four different metal types used to make American Eagle Coins: silver, gold, platinum, and palladium. Each different metal showcases different designs, but the themes are all the same.

Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Gold Double Eagle design is featured on the obverse face of these coins. The design was originally created for use on coins of the same name, which debuted in 1907. Lady Liberty can be seen striding away from the Capitol building in the design, and the sun gleams from behind her. In one hand, she carries an olive branch. In the other, she holds a flaming torch.

On the reverse, sculptor Miley Busiek’s bald eagle family design is proudly displayed. The image was created to be used specifically on these coins in 1986, and the design is centered around a bald eagle nest. The image shows a large male returning to the family nest with an olive branch in his talons. His mate and hatchling are waiting for him.

Each coin will contain 91.67 gold by weight, making exactly 1/2 Troy ounce of pure 22-karat gold in every coin. Copper and silver are added to these coins to give them additional strength and durability.

We ship these coins in plastic flips for their protection. Clear plastic flips will ensure the safety of your coins during shipping and storage, but they can still be clearly seen when on display.

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Weight 0.50000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Year:  1994
Mint Mark: Not Shown
Purity: .9167
Manufacturer: US Mint
Thickness: 2.24 mm
Diameter: 27 mm
Inner Pack: 20
Outer Pack: 1000
Condition: Uncirculated
Face Value: $25
Issuing Country: United States
Obverse Designer: Augustus Saint Gaudens
Reverse Designer: Miley Busiek
Edge Design: Reeded
Packaging Type: Plastic Flip
Weight: .5 Troy Ounce
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