American Gold Eagle Coins (1986-Date)
First struck by the U.S. Mint in 1986, American Gold Eagle coins bear Augustus Saint-Gaudens' cherished obverse design that graced $20 double eagles of 1907-1933. They are among the most popular American collectible coins, and one of the world's most popular bullion coins. Littleton Coin Company offers a varied assortment of these coins, including the $50 1 oz. American Gold Eagle coins. Our Choice Uncirculated gold American Eagle coins are not available to the public directly from the U.S. Mint. Each coin has been carefully graded and hand selected for eye appeal by our team of experts, making it easier than ever to find gold American Eagles for sale from a trusted source. Browse our curated selection below to add this beloved and beautiful coin to your collection.
More About American Gold Eagle Coins
Since their initial release, American Gold Eagle coins have been minted in four denominations – $5 (1/10 oz.), $10 (1/4 oz.), $25 (1.2 oz.) and $50 (1 oz.). Each of these is struck in 91.67% fine gold. The obverse features sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens' inspired Liberty design (originally used the 1907-1933 gold double eagles). The original Type 1 reverse by Miley Busiek depicts a family of eagles. The Type 2 reverse, which debuted in 2021 on the series' 35th anniversary, features a close-up portrait of an eagle by Jennie Norris.