Struck in Gold, Silver or Platinum
These latest release present you with a variety of choices for your collection. You can secure a 2020 Wedge-Tailed Eagle Proof struck in two ounces of 99.995 pure gold, two ounces of 99.99% fine silver, or a full ounce of 99.95% pure platinum. But the excitement doesn’t end there.
The Two-Ounce Gold Wedge-Tailed Eagle Proof comes struck in stunning High Relief, with frosty designs that sit high over concave, mirrored fields for an exceptional level of contrast.
Looking for added heft to your Wedge-Tailed Eagle? The Two-Ounce Silver Wedge-Tailed Eagle Proof comes struck on a double-thick Piedfort planchet, for twice the amount of silver in the same classic 40.6-millimeter diameter.
Each coin comes struck in Proof condition, with frosty designs and mirror-like fields. They’re also official Australia legal tender, with values of $200 (gold), $2 (silver) and $100 (platinum), respectfully.
World Exclusive Release
We’re not done yet! In addition to being highly pure, legal tender, High Relief Proof coins, these One-Ounce Gold & Silver Wedge-Tailed Eagle High Relief Proofs are also an exclusive offering! We are proud to be the exclusive distributor of all 2020 Wedge-Tailed Eagle Proofs outside of Australia. And it gets even better…
Certified Flawless and FDI
When these coins were issued, we immediately sent them off to Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), one of the world’s top third-party grading services, for grading and certification. The coins we’re offering here are have been graded as perfect Proof-70 Ultra Cameo (PF70 UC) condition—flawless even under magnification! In addition, the silver coins have been certified as First Day of Issue (FDI)—a designation highly coveted by those seeking out the freshest coins possible. FDI coins are certified as having been received for grading within the first 24 hours of the mintage’s release.
Exclusive Hand-Signed Labels
In addition to being in flawless graded condition, these coins have been sealed in protective display holders with labels hand-signed by the coin’s designer. That’s right—John Mercanti, 12th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, will have personally signed the label on your coins!