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The United States Congress passed the Coinage Act in 1792, founding the first establishment of the United States Mint's nation capitol in Philadelphia. Currently, the U.S. Mint's headquarters are in Washington D.C., and there are other branch facilities in Denver, San Francisco, Philadelphia and West Point. The U.S. Mint produces circulating coinage for the United States. It also strikes U.S. gold and silver bullion coins, makes special collectibles, and much more. Many investors buy 2015 U.S. Mint gold coins because the U.S. Government guarantees the coin's fine gold content and purity in addition to the coins legal tender status. Internationally, two of the most popular U.S. gold bullion coin programs are the American Eagle and Gold Buffalo series.
The first official gold bullion coin of the United States was the American Gold Eagles. The 2015 American Gold Eagles are recognized for their design revival of the Saint-Gaudens $20 gold piece. Collectible proof versions are also produced in limited mintages in four weights: 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz and a 4-coin set. Burnished Uncirculated Gold Eagle collectible versions are minted at the West Point Mint and bear a "W" mint mark on the coins reverse.
The United States Mint continues to produce world recognized commemorative and bullion coins. Buy 2015 US Mint Gold coins for their historical attributes, their excellence of coinage, and their fine gold content.