For more than a third of a century, collectors young and old have flocked to the beauty, safety, and security of the American Silver Eagle. It is the official Silver Bullion coin of the United States and n 2021, the series is set to mark its 35th anniversary. The United States Mint is giving American Silver Eagle coins a new look to mark the occasion. The coin will change both in reverse design, which…
<p>The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 allows you to invest any bullion coin into your IRA. In addition to Silver, Gold and Platinum Eagles, which are mentioned specifically, the law allows you to include “a coin issued under the laws of any State,” (meaning any nation).</p>
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<p>Traditionally, <a href=" https://www.govmint.com/gold" title="Gold">Gold</a> and <a href=" https://www.govmint.com/silver" title="silver">silver</a> were the primary metals used for the production of coins. Gold and silver both have intrinsic value as precious metals, so coins struck in these metals were easily accepted in commerce.</p>
Out of the many things we’ve learned in millennia of human experience, one thing is obvious – gold endures. Whether it’s used in commerce or kept away in vaults, the value and craftsmanship of gold coinage lives from generation to generation. This timeless endurance is why, after South Africa’s Gold Krugerrand was introduced in 1967 and China’s Gold Panda made its debut in 1982, it was absolutely inevitable that the United States would establish its own bullion coin for the ages.
Authorized by Congress and signed into law by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, the Gold Eagle Program would quickly establish itself as a global standard for bullion that is artistically rich, perfectly collectible and thoroughly American. Celebrating its 34th anniversary in 2020, the Fifty Dollar One-Ounce Gold Eagle has returned with its beloved, time-honored design!
THE ULTIMATE SAINT-GAUDENS CREATION . . .—These Half-Ounce Gold Eagles exhibit a stunning design of Lady Liberty walking forward with focus and purpose, torch in one hand and olive branch in the other. Originally introduced on the famous 1907 $20 Double Eagle and born from collaboration between Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Theodore Roosevelt, this design reveals beautifully intricate details (like the U.S. Capitol building in the distance) with each viewing.
. . . PAIRED WITH A PATRIOTIC FAMILY! – Featuring a male bald eagle carrying an olive branch to his family, sculptor Miley Busiek's design for the reverse continues to serve as a perfect modern companion to Saint-Gaudens’ vision.
EXPERTLY STRUCK IN HIGHLY PURE GOLD – The craftspeople of the U.S. Mint are known around the world for their skill and attention to detail. It's this talent that transforms each one-ounce planchet of 91.67% fine gold into a breathtaking work of numismatic art.
U.S. LEGAL TENDER – Minted in gold mined in the United States with weight and content guaranteed by the U.S. government, each 2020 One-Ounce Gold Eagle bullion coin is fifty dollars U.S. legal tender, as seen on the coin’s reverse.
GRADED IN BU CONDITION – Your 2020 One-Ounce Gold Eagle will arrive to you in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, exactly as it left the U.S. Mint.
The general public can’t purchase 2020 One-Ounce Gold Eagles like these directly from the U.S. Mint. Only approved bullion distributors can buy them directly from the source. Fortunately, GovMint.com is your connection to buy these beautiful bullion coins! But don’t wait too long – this popular series is a perennial hit with collectors and goldbugs alike. Make these Gold Eagles part of your collection today!