2021 $50 1 oz Gold American Eagle Type 1 Proof 70 Coin Description:
The Gold American Eagle was first minted in 1986 as a result of the Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985. The beautiful coin is produced by the United States Mint and the weight and purity is guaranteed by the government of the United States. When you purchase the PF70 2020 Gold American Eagle you are investing with the leader in perfect proof 70 Gold American Eagles. You are investing in American gold because by law all of the gold used to produce these gold coins must be sourced from the United States.
The Gold American Eagle PF70 coin enjoys one of the most iconic images to ever grace a coin. Augustus Saint-Gaudens's interpretation of Lady Liberty is a classic design that transcends numismatics. Saint-Gaudens gained notoriety from his sculptures of American Civil War heroes. These sculptures caught the eye of President Roosevelt who selected him to redesign American coinage to closely resemble that of the Romans. First minted in 1907, Saint-Gaudens's design on a gold coin quickly gained in popularity.
Gold American Eagle Coin Highlights:
Each coin contains 1 oz. of gold
Struck more than once giving each coin a mirror-like finish
Proof 70 coins are independently graded to be in perfect condition
The obverse features Lady Liberty and is based on the 1907 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double-Eagle design
The reverse is a beautiful design incorporating the symbol of American freedom, the bald eagle.
Protected and sealed in the hard plastic slab in PF 70 condition by NGC
Backed by the United States government
Final release to feature the historic “Family of Eagles” reverse design
Why invest in the Gold American Eagle coin? The Gold American Eagle PF70 coin is the #1 investment grade coin and the U.S. Gold Bureau sells more proof 70 Gold American Eagle coins than anyone else. Proof 70 coins are a small subset of all coins minted in a given year. The popularity and relatively smaller population make the 2021 Gold American Eagle Proof 70 coins a great way to invest in precious metals.