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    2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR69 DCAM FS

    To mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, the United States Mint issued its vaunted Proof American Eagle bullion coins with stunning privy marks. These marks were added to limited-issue Proof American Silver and Proof American Gold Eagle coins with the 2020 date mark. Today, 2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold Eagle Coins in near-perfect condition are ... Read More

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    2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF69 UCAM

    The United States Mint issued its coveted Proof American Eagles in 2020 with commemorative privy marks to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. The privy marks were issued on both the Proof Gold Eagle and Proof Silver Eagle, each one with its own commemorative mintage figure. Now, near-perfect 2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are a... Read More

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    2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR70 DCAM FS

    The V75 Privy release is one of the most unique and instantly-memorable coins in the Proof American Eagle Series. The distinctive privy mark appeared on two different 2020-dated coins in the American Eagle Series. The US Mint used the V75 Privy on Proof Silver Eagle and Proof Gold Eagle coins in 2020 to mark the 75th anniversary of the conclusion of World War II. Today, 20... Read More

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    1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR69 DCAM (Random Year)

    The smallest coin in the Proof American Gold Eagle series is the 1/10 oz gold coin. These diminutive coins were introduced last in 1988 with the 1/4 oz coin and often garner the greatest mintage figures in the series. Right now, 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are available to purchase in near-perfect condition from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Coins arrive... Read More

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    1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF69 UCAM (Random Year)

    The smallest coin available in the American Gold Eagle collection is the 1/10 oz weight. Offered in both bullion and proof, it is arguably the most popular coin in the bullion series. However, its mintage figures remain comparable to those of its counterparts in the proof range. Right now, 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are available to purchase online with NGC ce... Read More

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    2011-W 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM

    For just the second time since 1988 when the 1/10 oz coin was introduced, it was not the top seller in the Proof American Gold Eagle collection in 2011. In what was the start of a new trend, the 1 oz gold coin took over as the first choice of many collectors buying the Proof American Gold Eagles. Right now, 2011 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagles are available to purchase ... Read More

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    2021-W 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM ER (Type 1)

    Certified American Gold Eagles represent a fraction of the overall mintage for any given version of the coin each year. After release from the US Mint, the coins are graded by companies like the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and issued a certification number on the Sheldon numeric scale between 1 and 70, with 70 representing a perfect coin. Proof gold coins in the series... Read More

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    2021-W 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM

    The 2021 release of Proof American Gold Eagles marks the final time that the US Mint will use the reverse design element from Miley Busiek. Unique to this series and featured on the coins since 1986, the design will be replaced in mid-2021 by the new Type 2 image on the reverse, the first design change to the Gold Eagle in its history. Right now, certified-perfect 2021-W 1... Read More

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    2021-W 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR70 DCAM FS (Type 1)

    The smallest coin in the Proof American Gold Eagle Series is also one of its most popular. Both collectors and investors appreciate the diminutive size and overall affordability of the 1/10 oz Gold Eagle. Certified versions of the coin are even more popular with collectors, particularly when the certification process highlights the enhanced visual beauty of the coins. Now,... Read More

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    2021-W 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR70 DCAM (Type 1)

    The smallest coin available in the American Gold Eagle Series is the 1/10 oz coin. Offered in the Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof versions, it is the only one of the fractional-ounce coins to ever outsell the 1 oz gold coin. It has achieved this feat in both the BU and Proof collections. Right now, perfect 2021-W 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are available to pu... Read More

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    1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF69 UCAM (Random Year)

    The Proof American Gold Eagle coin features a total of four coins to choose from when shopping for gold. These gold coins for sale from the United States Mint include 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz options. The 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle coin is currently available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion with an NGC certification. Coin Highlights: Coins... Read More

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    1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR69 DCAM (Random Year)

    Proof American Gold Eagles are the official collector’s version of the nation’s gold bullion coin. Available since 1986 in the 1 oz weight, Proof Gold Eagles are also available in three fractional weights. These fractional weights were introduced in 1987 and 1988, with the 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz coin introduced last in 1988. The 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are a... Read More

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    1/2 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF69 UCAM (Random Year)

    The Proof American Gold Eagle coins are the official collectible version of the nation’s gold bullion program. The Proof Gold Eagle features all the same weights and the shared design of the bullion version of the coin. Today, 1/2 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion with a near-perfect certification. Coin Highlights: Arr... Read More

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    2021-W 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM ER (Type 1)

    Proof American Gold Eagle Coins boast much lower mintage figures than the BU counterparts of the coin and the American Silver Eagle coins, BU or Proof. The most highly-coveted coins in the Proof Gold Eagle Series are those that earn a perfect certification from either the NGC or PCGS. Right now, 2021-W 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins in perfect condition are availab... Read More

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    2021-W 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM (Type 1)

    Certified Proof American Gold Eagles are exceptional examples of the coining of collectible gold coins by the United States Mint. The vast majority of coins from the American Gold Eagle Series that the NGC certifies earn grades of either 69 or 70 on the Sheldon numeric scale, the two highest grades a coin can earn. Now, perfect 2021-W 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagles are ... Read More

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    2021-W 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR70 DCAM FS (Type 1)

    The gold coins of the Proof American Eagle Series are available in four weights. The two lowest-minted coins in the series are the 1/2 oz and 1/4 oz gold coins. While the 1/2 oz gold coin was introduced in 1987, the 1/4 oz gold coin debuted in 1988 alongside the 1/10 oz gold coin to complete the four-coin collection as it debuted in the BU version in 1986. Today, 2021-W 1/... Read More

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    1/2 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR69 DCAM (Random Year)

    The American Gold Eagle coin is available to purchase in three different versions and four different weights. The bullion version of the coin has the greatest availability, while the proof and burnished versions are popular among collectors for their lower availability. Proof American Gold Eagles are available in 1 oz gold and three fractional weights. Today, 1/2 oz Proof ... Read More

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    1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF69 UCAM (Random Year)

    The 1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin is the primary offering in the Gold Eagle collectible version. Available since 1986, the 1 oz gold coin is a popular choice in the series among collectors. Right now, 1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion with NGC certification. Coin Highlights: Coins arrive inside of an NGC pro... Read More

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    1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR69 DCAM (Random Year)

    The American Gold Eagle coin was the first gold coin offered by the United States Mint in more than 50 years when it was introduced in 1986. Gold coining in the US ended in 1933 as the nation tried to buoy its gold reserves in the face of the Great Depression. Right now, 1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are available to purchase online from JM Bullion with a PCGS certi... Read More

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    1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM (Random Year, Varied Label)

    Proof American Gold Eagle coins are available in the same four weights as their bullion counterparts and bear the same impressive designs that make the series one of the most coveted gold coins for sale in the world. The longest-running coin in the Proof Gold Eagle series is the 1 oz option. Today, 1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are available to you online from JM Bu... Read More

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    2021-W 1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF69 UCAM (Type 1)

    In 2021, the Proof American Gold Eagle Coin was issued with its original design combinations for the final time. The US Mint marked the 35th anniversary of the series with a new design introduced on the reverse midyear. This makes these original 2021-W Proof American Gold Eagles the final coins with the original obverse and reverse design elements. Today, 2021-W 1 oz Proof... Read More

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    2021-W 4-Coin Proof American Gold Eagle Set NGC PF70 UCAM (Type 1)

    Proof American Gold Eagle Coins are ideal for collectors. The Proof Gold Eagle comes in weights of 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz gold each year, with each coin boasting 22-karat gold content. The proof issue stands out visually from its BU counterpart with frosted designs over mirrored fields. Each year, the US Mint also issues all four coins together in a set. Graded ... Read More

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    2021-W 4-Coin Proof American Gold Eagle Set NGC PF70 UCAM ER (Type 1)

    The 2021 Proof American Gold Eagle Coin release marks the final appearance of the family of bald eagles on the reverse of the coins. The US Mint is revitalizing the bald eagle designs on the reverse of both the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle in 2021 as part of the 35th anniversary of the series. Right now, 2021-W 4-Coin Proof American Gold Eagle Sets are available to purchase... Read More

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    2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM ER

    In 2020, the United States Mint issued two distinctive options in its Proof American Gold and Proof American Silver Eagle coin collections. These coins featured V75 privy marks on the obverse and came with commemorative mintage figures, both elements honoring the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. Now, perfect condition 2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold E... Read More

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    2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Gold Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM First Release

    The United States Mint issued two special Proof American Eagle coins in 2020. These issues in the Proof American Gold and Proof American Silver Series featured a V75 privy mark on the obverse side. This special privy mark and the associated mintage cap assigned to each version of the coin were both in honor of the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. Today, 2020-W ... Read More

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    2021-W 1/4 oz Proof American Gold Eagle Coin PCGS PR70 DCAM (Type 1)

    The United States Mint issues the American Gold Eagle Coin in three versions each year, one of which is directed toward investors and the other two of which are aimed at collectors. The Proof American Gold Eagle is the top choice for collectors and has been is... Read More

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    Proof Certified American Gold Eagle Coins

    The official gold bullion coin of the United States is the American Gold Eagle. While the American Gold Eagle does not match the popularity of its silver counterpart, it does offer a diversity of offerings that the silver program does not have, and is widely considered one of the most popular gold coin programs in the world today.

    From time to time, JM Bullion receives Proof Certified American Gold Eagle coins for collectors to purchase. These coins have been received for certification by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or Professional Coin Grading Service, and the evaluation process from these two grading companies is second to none in the world. In fact, the NGC and PCGS are considered the world leaders in this sector. Below you’ll learn more about the Proof Certified American Gold Eagles available from JM Bullion.

    Common Certification Terms

    When the NGC and PCGS grade coins, proof or bullion, they use a numeric scale known as the Sheldon scale, which runs from 1 to 70, with the former identifying the lowest possible grade and condition, while the latter identifies a truly perfect and flawless coin. While the spectrum of possible grades is quite wide, the most commonly issued grades by the NGC and PCGS are 69 and 70, respectively.

    As you browse the JM Bullion catalog of Proof Certified American Gold Eagle Coins, you’ll come across a variety of terms that may seem unfamiliar. Below you’ll find a breakdown of the commonly used terms so you better understand the value and condition of the Proof Certified American Gold Eagle coins you’re viewing in our online catalog:

    • PR/PF70: The highest grade available from either certification service, the PR/PF70 grade indicates a perfect coin. Products in this condition exhibit full, original mint luster and bear no detracting flaws of any kind.
    • PR/PF69: The most commonly issued grade by either service, the PR/PF69 grade is reserved for coins that are considered near-perfect specimens. Coins in this condition still exhibit full, original mint luster, but you will also notice a maximum of two minor detracting flaws. These flaws are limited in scope to miniscule contact marks or minor hairlines, and always occur outside the primary focal areas of the coin.
    • UCAM/DCAM: This term is reserved specifically for proof coins, and it refers to the contrasting finishes and visual brilliance of the coin’s surface. Known as Ultra-cameo and Deep-cameo, the term refers to coins with a strong, frosted finish on the design set and a deeply-mirrored, clear background field. The contrasting finish styles gives the design fields the appearance of floating above the coin’s background.

    History of the American Gold Eagle Series

    The American Gold Eagle is part of the larger American Eagle bullion coin series from the United States Mint, which today includes a silver, gold, and platinum version of the coin. When the series was originally launched however, there was just the Silver and Gold Eagle available for purchase.

    In 1985, the United States Congress passed the Gold Bullion Coin Act to authorize the design and production of an official gold bullion coin for the nation. In the United States, Congress alone has the power to authorize the coining of money and set the face value of any new coins introduced into circulation or released as commemorative products. President Ronald Reagan signed the bill in 1985, and production occurred for the first time in 1986.

    Under the stipulations of the law, the face value of the coins was set at $50 (USD) for the 1 oz coin, with all fractional-weight coins bearing a face value indicative of its fractional value. For example, the ½ oz coins are worth a monetary value of $25 (USD), while the 1/10 oz coins have a face value of $5 (USD). The only fractional weight that does not bear a representative face value is the ¼ oz coin, which has a face value of $10 (USD).

    A unique requirement was added to the text of the Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985, one which stipulates that all of the gold used in the production of American Gold Eagle Coins must come from “newly mined domestic sources.” In other words, all American Gold Eagles must be struck using only gold sourced from within the United States.

    Design History of Proof Certified American Gold Eagle Coins

    The American Gold Eagle Coin may have debuted in 1985, but its primary design on the obverse face was the brain child of Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Saint-Gaudens was hand-picked by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1905 to help revitalize US gold coinage with a brilliant new design. It took him two years to perfect the design that would eventually serve as the face of the $20 Gold Double Eagle coin. Not only is that original design considered the greatest in American history, the coin it originally graced is today considered the rarest and most valuable American gold coin.

    Saint-Gaudens crowning achievement was the Lady Liberty design that features Liberty in full-length figure, her hair and robe flowing freely in the breeze as she strides forward confidently from the nation’s capital. In her right and left hand are a torch for light, and an olive branch signifying peace; all the things she’ll need to guide the nation toward a peaceful, if unknown, future.

    His original design was used on the $20 Gold Double Eagle coin. In circulation from 1907 to 1933, it is considered the finest design on the greatest coin in American history. Saint-Gaudens himself never lived to see his design come to fruition on an American coin though, passing away due to complications from illness just months before the coins were released in 1907.

    In Saint-Gaudens’ original design, Liberty was featured striding forward with the US Capitol Building at her feet, the rays of the setting sun at her back, and 46 stars surrounding her along the coin’s rim. In 1912, Congress authorized the addition of two stars to his design to recognize the addition of New Mexico and Arizona to the Union. In order for the image to be used on the Gold American Eagle, two stars were added to recognize the post-World War II addition of Hawaii and Alaska to the Union.

    The reverse side of the coin features a family of nesting bald eagles, and was designed by Miley Busiek. In the image, a male bald eagle returns to the nest with branches in its talons. In the nest, a female is depicted standing vigilant guard over the young hatchlings in the nest. Busiek’s design was created in 1986, and is used exclusively on the Gold American Eagle.

    A New Reverse for the 2021 Proof American Gold Eagle

    Over the course of 2021, the United States Mint introduced new reverse designs to its American Eagle silver and gold bullion coins. Each of the Silver Eagle and Gold Eagle coins received a redesign of the American bald eagle on the reverse fields. For the American Gold Eagle, a new design from Jennie Norris was chosen from a selection of some 34-plus designs submitted to the US Mint for consideration. Ms. Norris was previously a volunteer raptor handler and is a member of the US Mint Artistic Infusion Program. Her realistic depiction of the bald eagle was chosen as the new reverse design, first appearing on the Brilliant Uncirculated Gold Eagles before arriving on the Proof Gold Eagle and other versions. The design includes:

    • On the reverse, the head of the American bald eagle is featured in left-profile relief. Its dominant features include the hooked beak that allows it to break into shells and rip flesh is prominent at the end of its head, while its powerful gaze stares right at the viewer. The inscriptions on this side of the coin include “United States of America,” “E Pluribus Unum,” and “In God We Trust” above the design of the bird’s head. Below the design, there are inscriptions of the face value, weight, and metal content matching the four weights in the series: 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz gold.

    Production History of the Proof American Gold Eagle

    While the American Gold Eagle’s bullion coin was introduced in 1986 with all four available weights in production, the fractional-weight coins were phased in over the course of time for the Proof American Gold Eagle. When the program made its debut in 1986, only the 1 oz Proof American Gold Eagle coin was available for purchase.

    One year later in 1987, the US Mint introduced the ½ oz Proof American Gold Eagle, and completed the program’s offerings in 1988 with the introduction of the ¼ oz and 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagle coins. Over the course of the coin’s history, the most popular coin in the series has changed with time. The 1 oz weight was originally the preferred option of most collectors.

    Today however, it is often the ¼ oz and 1/10 oz coins that are the most popular. This is the result of several factors, including the rising price of gold and the compact nature of the two smallest coins in the series. They offer the best combination of lightweight gold and affordable pricing for collectors of any wealth level.

    Proof American Gold Eagle coins are currently produced by the West Point Mint facility and bear the “W” mint mark of that location. However, not all Proof Certified American Gold Eagle coins are guaranteed to have that mint mark and origination point. All 1 oz Proofs have been struck over the years at the West Point Mint.

    However, the Philadelphia Mint handled the original production of the ½ oz Proof American Gold Eagle from 1987 to 1993, as well as the ¼ oz and 1/10 oz Proof American Gold Eagles from 1988 to 1993. As such, these weights from those year ranges have the “P” mint mark from the Philadelphia Mint. Since 1994, all weights and versions of the American Gold Eagle have been struck at West Point.

    Purchasing Proof Certified American Gold Eagle Coins from JM Bullion

    Please don’t hesitate to reach out to JM Bullion with any questions you might have about these Proof Gold Eagles. We are available to you on the phone at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and via our email address. Please feel free to visit our Payment Methods FAQ if you have any questions about payment methods and applicable minimum purchases.