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2015 $50 “Burnished” American Gold Eagle "First Day of Issue" Washington D.C. “Edmund Moy Signature” Label SP-70 by PCGS


  • First Day of Issue Washington D.C. Population - Only 100 coins in SP-70 Grade by PCGS!

  • Certified to be ordered from the U.S. Mint on the very first day of availability!

  • Each PCGS coin label will feature the hand-signed signature of the 38th U.S. Mint Director, Edmund C. Moy!

  • According to PCGS Price Guide, there is significant appreciation on signature labels.

  • Current U.S. Mint Sales Figure: Only 6,528 Coins Produced

  • Extremely Limited Inventory:  Sellout Expected!


International Precious Metals is proud to offer Limited Edition “First Day of Issue” 2015 Burnished American Gold Eagles signed by former Mint Director Edmund C. Moy! Each specimen has been verified by PCGS as being from the very first coins distributed by the US Mint and features the “First Day of Issue” label. In addition, this is the FIRST time that “Burnished” Gold Eagles have been certified from the U.S. Mint Headquarters in Washington D.C.!  Call now for your preferred client price.

In 2006 the United States Mint launched a series of American Gold Eagle coins dubbed "Burnished Uncirculated" or simply "Uncirculated." The coins feature a light matte finish designed to fill a niche between the Mint's brilliant uncirculated bullion and proof issues. However, their most distinctive feature is the prestigious West Point mint mark. Many of the Mint's most finely crafted and low mintage issues bear the "W" mint mark, giving all coins struck there special mystique and appeal to investor-collectors everywhere.

When the first wave of major financial crises hit in 2008, the Mint found itself unable to keep up with demand for gold coinage and suspended the burnished program entirely for 2009 & 2010. Later, in 2011, the Mint brought back a single denomination of the "Burnished Uncirculated" American Gold Eagle in the one ounce $50 issue. This limited offering has spurred interest in the entire series, now seen as even more special and limited than originally intended. The 2013 issue holds the distinction of being the second lowest minted coin in the entire American Eagle Gold Program.

IPM also has a limited number of previous-issue West Point Gold Eagle coins, including a variety of complete sets, like the 2008-W MS-70 collection. Similar sets for 2006 and 2007 are available as well. Call us for availability of sets and single coins from this series - we have special allocations reserved exclusively for IPM clients!

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