The satiny, finely textured surfaces of this one-ounce Gold Eagle are absolutely pristine. Featuring amazing luster and perfect strike, this delightful example exhibits technically perfect yellow and orange-gold surfaces, with vibrant mint luster and well-detailed design elements throughout.
In 1987, the U.S Mint only produced131,255 half-ounce Gold American Eagles. The early issues in the Gold Eagle bullion series are highly sought-after in MS70 as there are only 108 pieces that have been graded perfect 70 by NGC. Compared to more recent issues that are flooded to grading services within days of being struck, the Roman numeral date issues such as this 1987 half-ounce Gold Eagle spent at least the first several years of their existence in their raw state. By the time these pieces were submitted for certification, the number that retained flawless surfaces was small. This piece displays a full strike and luminous satin luster. Straw-gold surfaces are perfect in every aspect and is a key date for any collection.
This is a beautiful example of the 1987 $25 American Gold Eagle. It has been graded MS70 by NGC due to its perfect state! The label is hand signed by former U.S Mint director Edmund Moy who was also named one of the most influential people in numismatics by Coin World. The intricate detail and clarity combined with the amazing luster will make this flawless Gold Eagle appealing to both collectors and investors.
This year marked the nineteenth year of production for the Gold Eagle series. In 2005 the United States mint struck just over 80,000 one-half ounce Gold American Eagles which represented nearly a 20% drop in production when compared to the previous year. Less than 2% of the coins struck received the perfect grade of MS70 by PCGS. This is a beautiful example of a 2005 $25 Gold Eagle. The detail, strike, and luster on this piece are absolutely pristine. The intricate detail and clarity combined with the amazing luster will make this flawless Gold Eagle appealing to both collectors and investors.
This 2007 $10 Platinum Eagle is graded MS70 by NGC. At first glance you will notice the impeccably smooth, unmarked silver-gray surfaces. This tenth of an ounce Platinum coin is an amazing investment or a terrific addition to a collection. Fractional MS70 platinum is sought after by collectors and investors worldwide due to the fact the mint no longer produces the fractional pieces.