2013-W 1/10 oz Proof Gold American Eagle Coins PCGS PR70 - Silver.com™
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2013-W 1/10 oz Proof Gold American Eagle Coins PCGS PR70 DCAM

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If you are looking for exceptional gold coins in fractional weights, then the Gold American Eagle Coin program might be right for you! Each year, the program releases new coins in numerous gold weights. Right now, you can purchase the 2013-W 1/10 oz Proof Gold American Eagle Coins from Silver.com in Proof 70 condition!


  • Arrives in plastic slabs from PCGS!
  • Graded a perfect PR70 with DCAM designation!
  • Contains One-Tenth ounce actual gold weight.
  • Made of 22-karat gold!
  • Gold Double Eagle design featured on the obverse.
  • Bald eagle family on the reverse.

These coins will ship directly from our secure facility to door in plastic slabs from the Professional Coi Grading Service, also called PCGS. Each coin in this listing was given a perfect PR70 grade, meaning they will be fully struck and free of visual marks. Some minor flaws are allowed, but only those labeled as “as minted” defects that don’t detract from the appearance of the coins.

PGCS gave these coins the DCAM, or Deep Cameo, designation, which signifies that the background fields of the coins have a deep mirror finish, and the devices are heavily frosted. DCAM coins will have exceptional contrast between these two surfaces.

Using polished dies and extremely high levels of pressure gives these coins their unique finish. By using this process, the mint is able to give the coins sharper rims and designs, as well as the high contrast we just discussed.

The obverse face of each 2013-W 1/10 oz Proof Gold American Eagle Coin features Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ famous Gold Double Eagle design. In the image, Lady Liberty is seen striding forward—seemingly off the face of the coin. At her back, you can see the sunshine. She carries an olive branch in one hand and a flaming torch in the other. The image was originally created back in 1907 for use on the Gold Double Eagle Coins.

On the reverse, you will find sculptor Miley Busiek’s 1986 design of a bald eagle family. In the image, which was originally created just for use on these coins, you will see a female eagle and her hatchling in a nest. A male carrying an olive branch is seen returning to the nest.

The first American Gold Eagle Coins were released in 1986 by the United States Mint. Every year, the mint releases three versions of these coins: bullion, proof, and uncirculated. There are three other metal types offered as well: silver, palladium, and platinum. On each metal type, a different set of designs can be found.

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Additional information

Weight 0.10000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Grade: PR70 DCAM

Grade Service: PCGS

Year: 2013

Mint Mark: W – West Point

Purity: .9167

Manufacturer: US Mint

Thickness: 1.19 mm

Diameter: 16.5 mm

Condition: Proof

Face Value: $5

Issuing Country: United States

Obverse Designer: Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Reverse Designer: Miley Busiek

Edge Design: Reeded

Packaging Type: PCGS Plastic Slab

Weight: .1 Troy Ounce

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Lowest Price: $373.36

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