1 oz Gold Eagles (Burnished)
Burnished West Point Gold Eagles - APMEX offers the special Burnished version of the 1 oz Gold American Eagle coin. The Gold American Eagle bullion coin series debuted in 1986. The obverse of the Gold American Eagle was originally designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for the 1907-1933 $20 U.S. Double Eagle Gold coin. The reverse of the American Gold Eagle coin features a nest of American eagles, signifying the strength and security of American families. Its stately appearance and proud symbolism make the Gold American Eagle one of the world’s most popular Gold coins. Gold prices fluctuate, but the popularity of the U.S. Burnished Gold Eagle coins only increases.
The Burnished Gold Eagle is one of the most beautiful Gold coins in the world. Originating from the West Point Mint and bearing the "W" mint mark, these coins are similar to their Uncirculated counterparts and are struck on specially prepared burnished planchets to provide a unique finish that appeals to collectors. The dies used in this process give the coins a matte-like appearance, enabling the coin's details to be viewed with limited light glare. With their stunning finish, Burnished Gold Eagles reveal fantastic detail and luster!
Since the Burnished Gold American Eagle was introduced in 2006, it has been in high demand, and the U.S. Mint has not produced them every year. APMEX sells Gold Eagle coins in Burnished condition as well as certified in both current and backdated issues. APMEX makes it easy to buy Gold by offering competitive Gold prices on all Burnished Gold coins.
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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. Gold Eagles in this listing are graded MS-7.... 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. Gold Eagles in this listing are graded M.... 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
The special burnished coins were struck on special burnished blanks to give them a distinct look that is different from regular business strike coins. Read More