American coinage is some of the most iconic in the world. The American Gold Eagle Coins are favorites for both investors and collectors. Today, you can purchase 2012 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle Coins from JM Bullion, making a great addition to any precious metals collection.
- Ships in plastic flips!
- 27th release of the 1/2 oz American Gold Eagles!
- Mintage limited to just 43,000 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 by Augustus Saint-Gaudens on obverse.
- Miley Busiek’s bald eagle in flight image on reverse.
Hold a piece of Americana in your hand with the 2012 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle Coins. They are some of the most sought-after coins in the world, and they provide investors and collectors with a slice of American nostalgia. Every American Gold Eagle is made from 22-karat gold with small amounts of alloy. The alloy makes the coins harder and better at resisting scratching.
In 1986, the United States Mint launched the American Eagle Coin program featuring both gold and silver bullion coins. Today, you can get silver, gold, platinum, or palladium coins in bullion or proof versions. Specialized versions are even released from time to time. The gold coins come in a variety of sizes, including fractional options that are more affordable for those on a budget. Each metal type features different designs on both the obverse and reverse faces of the coins, but the themes are very similar.
On the obverse of these coins, you can see the image of Lady Liberty in front of the Capitol. The design was created in 1907 by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for use on the $20 Gold Double Eagle coins, minted between 1907 and 1933. In the image, Lady Liberty has the sun at her back. Her left hand carries an olive branch, while she carries a lit torch in her right hand. You can see the inscriptions “Liberty” and the year of mint “2012.”
The reverse of each 2012 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle Coin, you will see a bald eagle family with the male returning to the nest. The male clutches an olive branch in his talons. The female and hatchlings are resting in the nest, patiently awaiting his return. The image was originally created by sculptor Miley Busiek in 1986 for use on American Gold Eagle Coins.
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