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Gold American Eagle .25oz BU (Random Year)

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Gold American Eagle .25oz BU (Random Year)
$355.70
20 - $354.20
40 - $352.70
  • Gold Content – 0.2500 oz. (7.7759 g)
  • Gross Weight – 0.2727 oz. (8.483 g)
  • Denomination – $10
  • Composition – 91.67% gold, 3% silver, 5.33% copper
  • Coin Diameter – 0.866 in. (22 mm)
  • Thickness – 0.070 in. (1.78 mm)
  • Mint Dates – 1986 to present
  • Mint Mark – Not Shown - West Point
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Design

The United States Mint copied the much-loved $20 Saint-Gaudens gold coin design for the obverse (front) of its new American Eagle. Right of Lady Liberty, the date was in Roman numerals from 1986-91, and in Arabic numerals since. Miley Busiek’s design on the reverse shows a bald eagle landing in its family nest.

Minting

American Eagle gold coins are minted only from gold mined in the United States. The gold is 22 karat (a small amount of other metal is added for durability), but each 1/4 oz. American Eagle contains a full 1/4 ounce of pure gold.

Quality Guarantee

The United States guarantees American Eagles’ gold content, weight and purity. For this reason, American Eagle gold coins can easily be bought and sold almost anywhere in the world, making these coins among the most commonly traded gold bullion coins in the world.

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Michael Dallo, CPA, JD, LL.M. is a tax attorney and certified public accountant (CPA) of Dallo Law Group, a Professional Corporation. For over 10 years, Michael has zealously represented hundreds of clients in resolving tax disputes with the Internal Revenue Service and California taxing agencies, as well as developing sound tax positions and arguments to minimize their federal and state tax liability.

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