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Ever since the release of the American Gold Eagles in 1986, they have captured the attention of both collectors and investors. Graded coins refers to the grading or assessment of the coin, awarded to them by renowned agencies.

Being the largest grading organization in the United States, the PCGS graded American Gold Eagles hold a unique position in the precious metals market. Grades vary between the numbers 1-70, with the grade of 70 indicating a perfect gold bullion coin specimen.

The American Gold Eagle is one of the most popular gold coins in the precious metals industry, not only in the United States but also all over the globe. Hence, this popularity results in a scramble for the best and perfect coins in each annual iteration of the Gold American Eagle coin. The desire to possess only the best of the lot of coins is why the graded variety of coins are highly sought after by collectors.

Each annual release of the American Gold Eagle consists of four variants – 1 ounce, 1/2 ounce 1/4 ounce and the 1/10 ounce. Moreover, since all these gold coins are legal tender in the United States, they are assigned face values of $50, $25, $10, and $5 respectively.

Since all American Gold Eagles are minted from 22 karat (0.9167) gold, they offer an excellent avenue for commodity investments.

This series was established when the Congress passed the Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985. Interestingly, the Act stipulates that every American Gold Eagle coin has to be minted using gold sourced from only the United States.

The West Point minting facility of the United States Mint makes all Gold Eagles in this series. Although these coins have been minted since 1986, they were released in uncirculated condition for collectors, only in the year 2006.

Busiek’s brilliant portrayal of a family of Bald Eagles is showcased on the reverse of these coins. The depiction shows a male Eagle, gripping an Olive branch in its talons, returning to its nest, while the female and hatchlings eagerly await his return. This image is encircled by the words ‘United States of America,’ ‘In God We Trust,’ ‘E Pluribus Unum,’ and the weight and purity of the gold present in the coin.

The obverse features Saint-Gaudens’ elegant rendering of Lady Liberty. Depicted mid-stride, the graceful figure of Lady Liberty holding a torch displays one of the most iconic images of the United States of America. Elegant engravings of 50 stars on the outer rim represent each of the 50 states that make up the United States of America. Additionally, the year of minting and the word ‘Liberty’ is imprinted as well.

Since each Graded American Gold Eagle has passed careful inspection by experts who provide trustworthy grades to these products, the quality and pristine condition of these coins is unmatched. Moreover, each of these coins belongs to one of the most sought-after series of coins in the precious metals market.

Hence, these gold coins have always appealed to investors who want to expand their investment portfolio and collectors who want to obtain perfect specimens for their collection. Make sure you get to chance to buy graded gold eagles close to their release date as they still have a good price over the live price of gold!