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1993 10 Dollar 1/4-oz Gold Eagle PCGS PR70DCAM Moy Signed
Proof Gold Eagles in Holders Signed by Edmund Moy Director of the U.S. Mint
Between 2006 and 2011, Edmund Moy served as the 38th Director of the U.S. Mint. Mr. Moy hand-signed Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) grading labels for a very limited number of Gold Eagle Proofs. These labels were then sealed along with the coins and their grades in PCGS acrylic holders to secure their grade and provenance forever. Through our negotiation skills, we obtained every one of these proofs signed by Mr. Moy. In 1993, the price of gold climbed above $400 an ounce, sparking interest among investors in 1993 Gold Eagles. Responding to the surge in demand, the U.S. Mint boosted mintages of all 1993 Gold Eagle bullion coins, especially in the one ounce weight. In keeping with previous years, the U.S. Mint issued a proof coin-the 1993 Proof Gold Eagle-in all four fractional weights. Struck on gleaming burnished blanks, the 1993 Proof Gold Eagle has a beautiful cameo finish in which the lettering and raised design appear frosted against a deep mirrored field. The one ounce 1993 Proof Gold Eagle was struck at the West Point Mint and carries the "W" mint mark. All smaller weights bear the "P" mint mark to denote their mintage in Philadelphia. We are now able to offer collectors individual Proof Gold Eagles signed by Mr. Moy. This 1993 $10 Quarter-Ounce Gold Eagle Proof is certified as Proof-70 Deep Cameo (PR70DC) by PCGS. Order yours today!
|Year of Issue||1993|
|Condition||Graded, Uncirculated, Proof|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||8.48 Grams - g|
|Weight||1/4 Ounce - oz|