American Gold Eagle Sales Fall Further in August

American Gold Eagle Sales Remain Mired Close to Non-Existant.

U.S. Mint sold 6,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles in August down from 13,500 sold in July.

One ounce American Gold Eagle sales were down 87% in August from August 2016 sales of 50,000.

Total number of American Gold Eagles sold in August were 25,500 including 1/10, 1/4/ 1/2 and one once coins, down from 47,500 sold in July 2017 and down from 117,000 sold in August 2016.

Total ounces of gold attributable to all American Gold Eagle Coins in August were 9,500 ounces, down from 17,500 sold in July and down from 58,500 ounces sold in August 2016.

Silver to Gold sales ratio in June was 157.6:1

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August Sales of American Gold Eagles

The U.S. Mint reported sales of 6,500 one ounce American Gold Eagle coins in August, down 87% from August 2016 sales of 50,000

In August, the U.S. Mint sold a total of 25,500 American Gold Eagle coins in 1/10, 1/4, 1/2 and one ounces denominations, totaling 9,500 ounces, down from 117,000 American Gold Eagle coins totaling 58,500 ounces in August 2016.

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American Gold Eagle sales in August 1987 - 2017

The U.S. Mint sold 6,500 one ounce American Gold Eagle coins in August.

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American Gold Eagle

Description: Obverse: the front of this coins shows Lady Liberty with long hair walking and holding a lit lantern in one hand and an olive branch in the other.
Reverse:the back shows an eage aloft clutching an olive branch above a nest, with “E Pluribus Unum” “In God We Trust” “1 oz fine gold” “50 Dollars”
Composition/Weight: (33.931 grams) .9167 gold,.03 silver .0533 copper (net weight 1 oz. gold)(22K)
Face value: $50
Designers: Augustus Saint-Gaudens (obverse) Miley Busiek (reverse)
Mint Locations:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; West Point, New York
Years Minted: 1986-present

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The American Gold Eagle is minted at the West Point, New York mint which operates primarily to produce American Silver and Gold Eagle and American Buffalo coins.

The design of the American Gold Eagle coin originally appeared in 1907 on the United States $20 gold coin, or double eagle. U.S. Double eagles were minted from 1907-1933.

The American Gold Eagle is also minted in denominations of $5 (1/10 ounce), $10 (1/4 ounce), and $25 (1/2 ounce).

From 1986–1991 the American Gold Eagle bore Roman numeral dates. In 1992, the U.S. Mint switched to adding Arabic numbers for dates. The original 1907 U.S. Double Eagle also contained Roman numerals.

The American Gold Eagle is 22K gold and is considered legal tender in the United States.

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American Gold Eagle sales by month 2016 -2017 through august

The U.S. Mint sold 162,000 one ounce American Gold Eagle coins through August 2017, down 67% from 486,000 sold through August 2016.

American Gold Eagle Mintages – 1986-2017

Sales of sales of American Gold Eagles in 2016 were the highest since 2010.

American gold eagle sales 1986 - 2017 through August

Sales of one ounce American Gold Eagle coins were 162,000 at the end of August 2017.

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Silver To Gold Sales Ratio in August

silver to gold sales ratio 1986-2017 through July

In August the U.S. Mint sold 1,025,000 American Silver Eagles and 6,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 157.7 to 1

In July the U.S. Mint sold 2,270,000 American Silver Eagles and 12,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 181.6 to 1

In June the U.S. Mint sold 986,000 American Silver Eagles and 4,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 246.5 to 1

In May the U.S. Mint sold 2,455,000 American Silver Eagles and 4,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 245.5 to 1

In April the U.S. Mint sold 835,000 American Silver Eagles and 3,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 239 to 1

In March the U.S. Mint sold 1,615,000 American Silver Eagles and 16,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 101 to 1

In February the U.S. Mint sold 1,215,000 American Silver Eagles and 21,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 57.9 to 1

In January the U.S. Mint sold 5,127,500 American Silver Eagles and 86,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 59.3 to 1

In December the U.S. Mint sold 240,000 American Silver Eagles and 23,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 10.4 to 1

In November the U.S. Mint sold 3,061,000 American Silver Eagles and 129,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 23.7 to 1

In October the U.S. Mint sold 3,825,000 American Silver Eagles and 100,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 38 to 1

In September the U.S. Mint sold 1,675,000 American Silver Eagles and 79,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 21.2 to 1

In August the U.S. Mint sold 1,280,000 American Silver Eagles and 50,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 25.6 to 1

In July the U.S. Mint sold 1,370,000 American Silver Eagles and 30,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 45.66 to 1

In June, the U.S. Mint sold 2,837,500 American Silver Eagles and 62,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 45.4 to 1

In May, the U.S. Mint sold 4,498,500 American Silver Eagles and 64,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 69.74 to 1.

In April, the U.S. Mint sold 4,072,000 American Silver Eagles and 93,000 one ounce American Gold Eagles for a silver to gold sales ratio of 43.78 to 1.

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  • Melissa Hauser

    Always like the reports! I would say though that the Mint has terrible prices for 1 oz. gold bullion. I buy Eagles locally at 5% over spot, far better than the 20% over spot by Mint. Anyway, they claim not to even sell BU bullion on this page. Weird!

    https://catalog.usmint.gov/coins/gold-coins/

    • Smaulgld

      Thanks for visiting. The US mint has chosen to sell their bullion coins via authorized purchaers who then sell them to retailer sellers. The Mint only sells sets and numismatic versions of the bullion coins from its site.

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