The smallest of the fractional-ounce gold coins in the American Gold Eagle Series is the 1/10 oz gold coin. Introduced in 1986 alongside the three other weights in the series, the 1/10 oz American Gold Eagle coin has notched the highest mintage figure in a given year several times in the course of the program’s history.
Throughout the history of the American Gold Eagle Series, the 1/10 oz gold coin has notched several years in which it had the highest mintage of any of the four coins. Additionally, the highest mintage figure ever recorded in the series came in the 1999 when the 1/10 oz gold coin saw sales of more than 2.7 million units in this weight alone.
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