2025 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle MS-70 PCGS (First Day of Issue)

2025 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle MS-70 PCGS (First Day of Issue)

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One of the precious metals industry's most popular gold coins returns for 2024, producing a fantastic inclusion to any collection.

With its renowned design and intrinsic value, the 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle symbolizes a piece of American history. This 1/2 oz Gold Eagle is PCGS certified MS-70 and has First Day of Issue designation.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1/2 oz of pure gold.
  • MS-70 certification by PCGS means this coin displays no flaws.
  • First Day of Issue designation, shipped from the mint on the first day of release.
  • Obverse: Depicts Lady Liberty clutching a torch and an olive branch in her hand, along with added details from the first bronze cast to enhance this cherished design.
  • Reverse: A likeness of a bald eagle designed by Jennie Norris.
  • Guaranteed by the U.S. Mint.

50 certified Gold Eagles can be stored in an Intercept Technology® Double Row Certified Coin Storage Box.

The 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle is great for investors searching to find gold bullion in smaller sizes and more affordable increments. Add the certified MS-70 1/2 oz Gold Eagle to your cart today, complete with First Day of Issue designation!

PCGS, or the Professional Coin Grading Service, is one of the gold standards in coin examination. As one of the top third-party grading companies, PCGS ensures the validity and grade of coins, instilling faith in collectors and investors. Getting a PCGS graded American Eagle coin means investing in a carefully graded purchase.

MS-70 is the highest grade of coin, displaying no imperfections. The PCGS encapsulation not just preserves the coin's condition but additionally offers a tangible assurance of validity and grade, safeguarding the investment's integrity and boosting its market appeal.

2024 1/2 oz American Gold Eagles
The 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle coin, part of the well-regarded American Gold Eagle program founded by Congress in 1986, signifies a pivotal time in precious metals. Produced by the U.S. Mint, these coins swiftly received worldwide popularity and are a popular preference for investors who want to find gold in smaller, more affordable increments than the 1 oz coin. What separates the American Gold Eagle is its unique distinction as the inaugural gold coin released by the U.S. government expressly for investment uses.

The 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle retains importance for its intrinsic value, historic importance and aesthetic beauty. Originally designed by famed Augustus Saint Gaudens, acquiring one of these coins is like buying a concrete piece of the United States of America's monetary history and unwavering power – a testament to the nation's lasting prosperity and promising future. It stands as a reminder of the abundant tapestry of American history and an embodiment of the bright possibilities.

First Day of Issue
In each and every new American Eagles release, PCGS ensures choice coins as First Day of Issue. With this designation, the coin is confirmed to have shipped from the U.S. Mint within the initial day of its launch – ensuring it is undoubtedly representative of the initial release. As the First Day of Issue designation is only offered to the small set of 2024 American Eagles sent on the first day of release, these coins are often of lower population– making them more sought-after and collectible than other options.

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