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When American Gold Eagle coins hit the scene in 1986 and 1987, the demand was through the roof. While the following years saw mixed interest, the Y2K scare brought attention back to the security of precious metals. From 1997 to 2000, the Gold Eagle’s popularity soared, hitting an all-time high in ’99. Post-2000, there was a bit of a lull until the Great Recession in 2008 reignited interest. Fast forward to today, and you can snag a 2010 1/2 oz American Gold Eagle coin from BullionMax.
The obverse of the 2010 American Eagle Gold Coin presents Lady Liberty, a stunning portrayal crafted by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Liberty is seen walking toward the viewer holding a torch in one hand and an olive branch in the other.
On the reverse side, you’ll find a family of eagles, symbolizing the importance of family in America, as envisioned by Miley Busiek. Identifying marks of the coin surround this image.
President Theodore Roosevelt wasn’t satisfied with the state of US coinage aesthetics in 1904, prompting him to commission Augustus Saint-Gaudens for a design overhaul. This led to the iconic Saint-Gaudens’ Lady Liberty design seen on the American Gold Eagle coins today. The year 2010 witnessed gold’s upward trajectory, marking eleven years of consecutive price increases. Beginning at $1,121.50 per ounce and hitting a low of $1,050.00 before climbing to a peak of $1,421.00, it ended the year at $1,405.50 per ounce.
Every 2010 American Eagle 1/2 oz Gold Coin will arrive in a protective plastic flip, preserving the condition of your gold coin. These coins represent the 25th release in the overall series.
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|Augustus Saint Gaudens
|Certificate of Authenticity
|1.1 x 1.1 x 0.1
|.5 Troy Ounce
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