2014 1/2 OZ $25 American Gold Eagle MS-69 NGC
Guidance, Trust, Experience - Since 1995
These $25 American Gold Eagles could possibly be designated as a "key date" issue this year. In the past, key date coins have shown to be smart investments, due to their performance even when gold spot declines. IPM has been recommending key date coins as part of a diversified metals portfolio since 1995. As of this writing, the US Mint has sold approximately 27,000 of these coins this year, which would put this coin as possibly a key date year coin with possibly the lowest mintage in the series! There is a 25 year track record of these coins being the most profitable coins in mint history. Offered here for a limited time in mint state 69 grade by NGC.
Why Buy a Key $25 Gold American Eagle Coin?
The Key $25 Gold American Eagle coin has tremendous investment value, due to its historical significance as well as other gold-related aspects:
- Until 1933, the U.S. Government was producing gold coins, up until President Franklin Roosevelt suspended it. It wasn’t until President Ronald Reagan over 50 years later did we see the resumption of gold coin production.
- The $25 Gold American Eagle Coin is the first ever $25 legal tender gold coin in U.S. history, created in 1986. From 1986 to 1991 these Gold Eagles were produced with Roman numerals.
- Since 1986, the United States Mint is legally required by law to produce enough Gold American Eagles so that they meet public demand.
- The reason why the key $25 Gold American Eagle coin is particularly valuable is because it is the least produced Gold Eagle coin, while the $50 one ounce Gold American Eagle and the $5 one tenth ounce Gold American Eagle are the most produce. Due to its comparative scarcity, the $25 coin is the most sought after in terms of value. Also, due to its low mintage, it is referred to as the ‘key’ coin for any American Gold Eagle coin collection
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