Certified Proof Gold Eagles

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    2018 U.S. Mint Tenth Ounce Gold Eagle First Day of Issue PCGS MS70

    $192.10
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    2018 U.S. Mint Quarter Ounce Gold Eagle First Day of Issue PCGS MS69

    $381.20
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    2018 U.S. Mint Quarter Ounce Gold Eagle First Strike PCGS MS69

    $381.20
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    2018 U.S. Mint Quarter Ounce Gold Eagle First Strike PCGS MS70

    $408.50
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    2018 U.S. Mint Quarter Ounce Gold Eagle First Day of Issue PCGS MS70

    $408.50
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    2018 U.S. Mint Half Ounce Gold Eagle West Point First Strike PCGS MS69

    $743.00
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    2018 U.S. Mint Half Ounce Gold Eagle First Day of Issue PCGS MS69

    $743.00
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    2018 U.S. Mint One Ounce Gold Eagle First Strike PCGS MS69

    $1,424.50
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    2018 U.S. Mint One Ounce Gold Eagle West Point First Strike PCGS MS70

    $1,486.90
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    2018 U.S. Mint One Ounce Gold Eagle First Strike PCGS MS70

    $1,486.90
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    2018 U.S. Mint One Ounce Gold Eagle West Point First Strike PCGS MS69

    $1,424.50
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    2018 U.S. Mint One Ounce Gold Eagle First Day of Issue PCGS MS70

    $1,486.90
The official gold bullion coin of the United States is the American Gold Eagle. The Gold Eagle obverse is based on the design of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the Lady Liberty design. Lady Liberty with her hair and robe flowing freely as she strides forward from the nation’s capital. In her right and left hand are a torch for light, and an olive branch signifying peace. Augustus Saint-Gaudens' original design was used on the $20 Gold Double Eagle coin. In circulation from 1907 to 1933, it is considered the finest design on the greatest coin in American history. Saint-Gaudens himself never lived to see his design used on an American coin, passing away just months before the coins were released in 1907. The reverse side of the coin features a family of nesting bald eagles, and was designed by Miley Busiek, his design was created in 1986, and is used exclusively on the Gold American Eagle. Proof American Gold Eagle coins are currently produced by the West Point Mint facility. These coins come certified Proof-70 Ultra Cameo (PF70 UC) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), which means these perfectly graded Gold Eagle Proof Coins have ZERO imperfections.