American coins are highly sought-after and valuable. The United States Mints American Gold Eagle Coins are no exception. Each coin is prized for its investment value and history. Right now, you can purchase the 1999 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle Coin from JM Bullion.
- Ships in plastic flips!
- 14th release of the 1/2 oz American Gold Eagles!
- Mintage limited to just 263,013 coins!
- Actual gold content of 1/2 oz.
- Face value of $25 (USD) backed by the United States government.
- Eligible for inclusion in precious metals IRAs.
- Gold Double Eagle design on obverse.
- Miley Busieks bald eagle image on reverse.
Get your little piece of American history today with the 1999 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle Coin from JM Bullion. These coins are some of the most sought-after in the world. They provide investors and collectors with a slice of American nostalgia in 22-karat gold. The gold is mixed with alloy, which makes the coins harder and better at resisting scratching.
The United States Mint launched this coin program in 1986. American Eagle Coins were originally launched in gold and silver options. Today, you can purchase silver, gold, platinum, or palladium American Eagle Coins. They are also offered in both bullion and proof versions.
The gold coins come in a variety of sizes, including fractional options that are more affordable for those on a budget. Although the themes are similar, each metal type features different designs on both the obverse and reverse faces of the coins.
Lady Liberty can be found on the obverse as she appears to walk off the front of the coin. She is shown with the sun at her back, a torch in her right hand, and an olive branch in her left hand. The image was originally created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1907 for use on the $20 Gold Double Eagle coins, which were minted between 1907 and 1933. You can see the inscriptions Liberty and the year of mint 1999.
On the reverse of each 1999 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle Coin, you will see a bald eagle family with the male returning to the nest. He holds an olive branch in his talons. The female and hatchlings are resting in the nest, patiently awaiting his return. Originally created in 1986 just for use on these coins, the image was created by sculptor Miley Busiek.
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