International Precious Metals Secures Entire Mint Box of Rare Gold American Eagle Coins
(June 6, 2016) - International Precious Metals (IPM), a leading provider of rare certified coins and physical precious metals, announced today that they have secured an exclusive allocation of Edmund C. Moy Signature Label 2014 $25 American Gold Eagle coins. With a mintage of only 35,000 pieces, they’re one of the lowest minted Gold American Eagle coins ever produced and have replaced the 1996 $25 piece as the third rarest "Key Date" $25 Gold Eagle. "We were fortunate to locate and certify one of the last remaining complete U.S. Mint boxes of 2014 $25 American Gold Eagle coins on the market. It's also an incredible opportunity to have them hand signed by the highly respected former Mint Director." said Barry Jepson, President and CEO. He explained why an Edmund C. Moy signature label brings additional value to the pedigree of this already extraordinary coin. "This is the first time Edmund Moy's signature appears on a "Key Date" $25 Gold Eagle and these special signature label coins will have their own census within NGC's Population Report." Since 1995, International Precious Metals has grown to become one of the largest and most recognized nationwide dealers of U.S. Mint coins and a leader in rare historic U.S. Gold and Silver. In 2014, IPM made national news by securing and grading all four of the 2014 American Eagle Gold denominations "From Mint Sealed Box #1." It marked the first time in the history of the American Eagle Gold Program that a company acquired and graded all four American Eagle Gold denominations "From Mint Sealed Box #1" at the same time. Earlier this year, IPM made headlines once again by securing exclusive allocations of Edmund. C. Moy signature label coins from Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Prior to his celebrated tenure at the U.S. Mint, Edmund Moy served from 2001-2006 at the White House as a Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and is often credited by his colleagues for introducing great technological innovations at the United States Mint. NGC is a multinational coin grading service provider based in Sarasota, Fla. and is the world's largest third-party coin grading service. The American Gold Eagle is an official gold bullion coin of the United States. Authorized under the Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985, it was first released by the United States Mint in 1986.