American Gold Eagle Sales Spring Back to Life

American Gold Eagle Sales Spike in May.

U.S. Mint sold 18,500 one ounce American Gold Eagles in May up 363% from 4,000 sold in April.

One ounce American Gold Eagle sales were up 68% in May from May 2017 sales of 11,000

Total number of American Gold Eagles sold in May were 46,500 including 1/10, 1/4/ 1/2 and one once coins, up from 9,000 sold in April 2018 and up from 45,000 sold in May 2017.

Total ounces of gold attributable to all American Gold Eagle Coins in May were 24,000 ounces, up from 4,500 ounces sold in April and up from 15,500 ounces sold in May 2016.

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May Sales of American Gold Eagles

The U.S. Mint reported sales of 18,500 one ounce American Gold Eagle coins in May, up 68% from May 2017 sales of 11,000.

In May, the U.S. Mint sold a total of 46,500 American Gold Eagle coins in 1/10, 1/4, 1/2 and one ounces denominations, totaling 24,000 ounces, up from 45,000 American Gold Eagle coins totaling 15,500 ounces in May 2017

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American Gold Eagle Sales 1987 - 2018 in May

The U.S. Mint sold 18,500 one ounce American Gold Eagle coins in May.

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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

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 2016 2017 & 2018

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 December

Sales of one ounce American Gold Eagle coins were in 2017.

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American Silver Eagle To American Gold Eagle Sales Ratio !986-2018

American Silver Eagle to Gold Eagle Raio 1986-2018 (may)

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