2022 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin $50 BU

american gold eagle coin $50
american gold eagle coin $50
american gold eagle coin $50
american gold eagle coin $50
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  • .917 fine gold (22 karats)
  • U.S. legal tender gold
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Buy 2022 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin $50 BU

The new United States Mint 2022 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin $50 BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) is available for sale at Gainesville Coins. Each Gold Eagle contains .917 fine gold and weighs 1 troy ounce (31.1 grams). The American Eagle is one of the most popular physical gold investment options available in the market today. Take advantage of low prices on these beloved 1 oz Gold Eagle coins.

Product Details

  • Official U.S. gold bullion coin
  • United States legal tender
  • .917 fine gold (22 karats)
  • 1 troy oz of actual gold weight (AGW)
  • Augustus Saint-Gaudens obverse design
  • Updated reverse design
  • Brilliant Uncirculated condition
  • U.S. Mint best seller
  • Individual coins ship in plastic flips
  • Orders of 20 coins ship in a mint roll

American Gold Eagle Design and Coin Highlights

The Gold Eagle uses one of the most iconic works of art to ever appear on a United States coin. It was designed by the renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens and first minted in 1907, originally appearing on $20 gold double eagle coins. To this day, the $20 Saint-Gaudens gold coin design is considered by many to be the most beautiful design to grace any U.S. coins. It's no surprise the image was adapted for of the obverse of the new American Gold Eagle bullion coins that debuted in 1986.

Lady Liberty is shown carrying a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left hand. She strides forward toward the viewer confidently. Brilliant sun rays rise above the horizon behind Miss Liberty. The U.S. Capitol building can be seen off in the distance. The word LIBERTY runs across the top rim. From the time these coins were first produced up until 1991, the date was expressed in Roman numerals.

Beginning in 2021, a new reverse design was introduced to honor the 35th anniversary of the Gold Eagle series. It was designed by Jennie Norris and sculpted by U.S. Mint medallic artist Renata Gordon. The coin bears a detailed view of the head of a bald eagle. The coin's weight of "ONE OUNCE" and $50 face value are inscribed below. The motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM" also appears above. The edge of the coin is reeded.

The new "Type 2" design replaced the original image created by sculptor Miley Busiek. This Type 1 design was used on the reverse side since the coins were first released in 1986. It showed a family of bald eagles: the male eagle carrying an olive branch flying toward a nest containing a female eagle and their eaglets.

Unlike most modern gold bullion coins, the American Gold Eagle is struck from .917 fine gold (22-karat gold). This makes the coin more durable and resistant to wear than a .999 fine gold coin (24-karat gold). The South African Gold Krugerrand is also 22 karats (91.67% gold), but the rest of the "crown gold" alloy is copper (8.3%). The Gold Eagle includes a small balance of 3% silver and 5.33% copper in its alloy. The diameter measures 32.7 mm and the coin is 2.87 mm thick.

Thanks to its gorgeous design and durability, the Gold Eagle is among the best gold coins to buy, seeing consistently high demand on the global market today. Proof Gold Eagles and Burnished Gold Eagles are made for collectors. They have lower mintage figures and bear a W mint mark for the West Point Mint in New York.

As per the Gold Bullion Coin Act passed by the United States Congress in 1985, investors can also buy American Eagle gold coins for the individual retirement account (IRA). The Silver Eagle is also eligible for IRA inclusion in an investment portfolio. All American Eagle coins are backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. They can be purchased in Monster Boxes of 500 coins.

Buy Gold and Silver Bullion Coins Online Fast, Easy, and Securely With Gainesville Coins

Gainesville Coins is your trusted source for purchasing precious metals at the lowest prices. Orders can be placed online 24/7 or by calling us Monday - Friday at (813) 482-9300 from 9am until 6pm EST.

We accept many different forms of payment including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal & business checks, money orders, cashier's checks, and bank wires.

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Gainesville Coins customers enjoy no minimum orders, no cold calls and no commission sales people.

There is no need to worry about the price of gold and silver moving due to market conditions. Your prices are locked in at the time of your order. Bullion orders are based on the spot gold price at the time your purchase is finalized.

With over $10 billion dollars in trusted transactions since 2006, Gainesville Coins is one of the most trusted gold and silver bullion dealers worldwide.

american gold eagle coin $50


Actual Metal Weight
1 ozt
Legal Tender
Face Value
Mint Name
United States Mint
American Eagle
IRA Approved

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Chris P
Best Deal On Gold Eagles
Friday, April 29, 2022
I looked for a good deal on Gold Eagles for a while and Gainesville Coins had the best pricing around. Highly recommended!
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Nice Coin
Friday, February 18, 2022
I really appreciate the new design of the gold eagle. Very classy. Another smooth buying experience from Gainesville Coins.
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