Experienced investors know that American Eagle gold coins are among the world’s most widely traded gold coins, as they contain exactly one troy-ounce of pure gold, and as they are produced by the U.S. Mint in West Point, New York, our government backs these 22-karat, modern bullion coins for weight, and precious metal content. (www.usmint.gov)
Presently, demand for American Eagle gold coins is so great, that the U.S. Mint has suspended production of these one-ounce coins until a sufficient inventory of blanks is compiled. There are still plenty of these bullion coins available on the market, and their prices shouldn’t be much higher than the current gold spot price, which represents the cost of one troy-ounce of pure gold. Local gold dealers typically over charge remarkably high retail prices for their bullion coins, so household investors are encouraged to research the benefits of transacting through a reputable, large-volume precious metals exchange. (www.google.com)
The obverse design on modern, American Eagle gold coins is nearly identical to that of the legendary, $20 Saint Gaudens, 22-karat, rare gold coins, minted from 1907, to 1933, and designed by their namesake, Augustus Saint Gaudens (1848-1907). The most clearly visible difference between the two coins is their respective face values, as the modern version carries a purely symbolic, $50 face value.
Prospective buyers who have completed their research, are encouraged to contact one of our friendly specialists, who offer institutional discounts on these, and many other gold coins to household investors like you.