1 oz Gold Eagles (Burnished)
1 oz Burnished Gold Eagles - Since their initial release in 2006, Burnished Gold Eagles have been in high demand for their unique beauty and lower mintages. Originating from the West Point Mint and bearing the "W" mint mark, these coins are similar to their Brilliant Uncirculated counterparts but are struck on specially prepared planchets to provide a unique finish that appeals to collectors. The process gives the coins a matte-like appearance, enabling the coin's details to be viewed with limited light glare.
The obverse of the Gold Eagle is adapted from Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ famed Gold Double Eagle design of 1907, often regarded as the most beautiful design in American coinage. The design features Lady Liberty walking confidently against the sun’s rays, carrying a torch and an olive branch. The reverse of the coin is equally beautiful, showing a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. This design highlights the strength and importance of American families.
This selection 1 oz Burnished Gold Eagles offers the most popular size for Gold Eagles. Options include certified coins, display boxes or simple capsules. These coins are made with collectors in mind as the look is achieved through a process before the coin is even struck and are even manually fed by hand when they are struck.
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These Burnished Gold American Eagles were struck on special blanks and were treated to give them a look that is very distinct from regular business strike Gold Eagles. Each of these Burnished Gold Eag.... Read More
These Burnished Gold American Eagles were struck on special blanks and were treated to give them a look that is very distinct from regular business strike Gold Eagles. Each of these Burnished Gold Eagles has bee.... Read More
The special burnished coins were struck on special burnished blanks and were treated to give them a distinct look that is different from regular business strike coins. Read More