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Gold eagle coins were issued by the U.S. Mint since 1796 and were in circulation until withdrawn in 1933. These have additional value as collectible coins. Similarly named is the American Eagle gold coin which is gold bullion and has been manufactured since 1987 by act of Congress. By bullion, we are referring to the value of gold under market conditions that determines the newer coins' price.

The American gold eagle coins come in a variety of denominations. Naturally, they come in 1oz. gold pieces. From 1986 until 1981 they are dated with Roman numerals. Thereafter, the date is in Arabic numerals. The American gold eagle is also available in 1/2, 1/4 and 1/10 oz. coins. The backs of these smaller coins have the markings that will tell you the size of the coin, e.g. that it is 1/2 oz. The 1 oz. American gold eagle is also called the $50 gold eagle, the 1/2 oz. known as the $25 gold eagle, the 1/4 oz. as the $10 gold eagle, the 1/10 oz. as the $5 gold eagle.

If 1 oz. of gold is around $960 an ounce you would pay the price of gold and a commission for the 1 oz. American Gold eagle coins. It is helpful for the investor to be able to got American gold eagle coins in denominations of less than 1 oz., if they do not have the cash available. They would be priced approximately by what part of an ounce of gold they are. The 1/10 oz. American gold eagle coins are affordable and someone could periodically buy one, perhaps one coin a week.

They are hedges against inflation and the smaller sizes would come handy should the value of our money depreciate to practically nothing. Whatever denomination you purchase they will appreciate in value in the future.

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