2021 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins PCGS MS70 FS - Silver.comâ„¢
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2021 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Coins PCGS MS70 FS (Type 1)

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The gold for sale in the American Eagle collection at the United States Mint comes in four weights each year. These four weights are available in the Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof versions of the coin only, with those weights consisting of 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz. The 1/2 oz gold coin is the largest of the fractional-ounce coins and is routinely the lowest minted of the group. Right now, perfect condition 2021 1/2 oz Gold American Eagles are available to purchase online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Ships to you in a PCGS protective plastic slab!
  • 35th-anniversary coin from the 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle Series!
  • Availability of certified perfect coins is limited!
  • Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of actual gold content.
  • Bears a face value of $25 (USD) backed by the federal government.
  • Issued a Grade of Mint State 70 by the Professional Coin Grading Service.
  • Includes a First Strike label.
  • On the obverse side of the coin is Lady Liberty.
  • The reverse field of the coin depicts bald eagles.

Each 2021 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle is available in this listing at Silver.com with a PCGS certification. The Mint State 70 grade is reserved for coins that exhibit full, original mint luster and bear no detracting flaws on the design elements or surface areas. The included First Strike label indicates the coins were received by the PCGS within the first 30 days after the US Mint released the coins.

The 1/2 oz Gold Eagle is the lowest-minted coin in the Gold American Eagle Series. Its debut release in 1986 remains the highest minted with a total issue of 599,566 coins. The closest the mintage has ever come since then to that record mark was the 1999 release that achieved a mark less than half of the record.

On the obverse side of 2021 1/2 oz Gold American Eagles is the figure of Lady Liberty. Shown in front-facing relief, she walks away from Washington DC with rays of sunshine at her back as she holds up a torch to light her way and carries an olive branch in her left hand. The US Capitol Building is present in the design at her feet, with a ring of 50 stars encircling the entire design element.

The reverse face of the 2021 Gold American Eagle comes with an image of a bald eagle family. The design depicts a male eagle swooping over the family nest as a female eagle within the nest guards a young hatchling. This design was created exclusively for the Gold Eagles in 1986 by Miley Busiek and makes its final appearance in the series in early 2021.

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Weight 0.50000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Grade: MS70 FS

Grader: PCGS

Year: 2021

Mint: US Mint

Diameter: 27 mm

Thickness: 2.24 mm

Gold Content: 1/2 Troy Ounce

Purity: .9167 Fine Gold

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