The new 2015 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coins are set to feature the same design that has been used since the coins were first struck in 1986. Like previous coins, the 2015 1 oz American Gold Eagle will be minted in 1 troy ounce of 22k pure gold and will have a $50 USD face value. These coins are available in Uncirculated condition.
- Individual coins arrive in flips, with increments of 20 coins in tubes or increments of 500 coins in monster boxes!
- 30th date in the American Gold Eagle Series!
- Final mintage of 626,500 coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of actual gold content.
- Bears a face value of $50 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- The obverse features Lady Liberty.
- On the reverse is a family of bald eagles.
- Protect your investment with 32mm Direct Fit Air-Tite Capsules or 33mm Air-Tite Coin Tubes, which hold 20 coins.
- Coins ship in Uncirculated condition – we do not cherry pick these items for grading.
- Please note that multiple of 19 will ship in either individual flips or tubes, at our discretion.
There is no symbol that is more representative of America than the bald eagle. The eagle was selected by the national congress in 1782 as the official symbol of America. Those early Americans selected the bald eagle because of its longevity, power, and majesty. Today, the bald eagle is commonly used on commemorative and circulation coins in the US, including the 2015 1 oz American Gold Eagle coin.
The reverse side of the 2015 American Gold Eagle is an image of a family of eagles in their nest, representing the safety and security of America. The image includes one eagle in the nest and the other eagle arriving with branches in its talons. Above the family, the words “United States of America” are inscribed. Below, the value, weight, and metal content are stamped on the coin. The terms “E Pluribus Unum” (Out of Many, One) and “In God We Trust” are stamped on either side of the eagles.
On the obverse of 2015 1 oz Gold Eagles, the image of Lady Liberty walking toward the viewer with an olive branch in one hand, and a torch to guide the way in the other. The image of Lady Liberty used on the 2015 1 oz American Gold Eagle was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who was responsible for the overall design of the original $20 US Gold Double Eagle coins.
The US Mint is responsible for producing commemorative and circulation coins for the United States government. At facilities across the country, bullion products are minted each year. The US Mint at West Point is primarily responsible for the production of American Gold Eagle coins.
If you have any questions about American Gold Eagles, please feel free to ask. JM Bullion customer service is available at 800-276-6508, online using our web chat, and via our email address.