|Weight||155.525 Grams / 5.000 Oz|
The U.S Mint produces the American gold Eagle coin series in four weights, with the 1/10 oz coin being the smallest. The reason investors like the American Eagle coins because of the attractive design, purity levels, and the fact that they are guaranteed by the U.S government. The first bunch of 2021 Eagles will be the last to feature the old classic design. The 2021 gold Eagle coins will have a new design before mid-2021. The change in design marks the new beginning for the 1/10 ounce 2021 gold Eagle coins.
The Features of the 50 x 1/10 Ounce 2021 Gold Eagles
The 2021 1/10 American Eagle coin is currently available for purchase in acrylic tubes for large orders. Individual coins come in plastic flips. All the coins are available in brilliant uncirculated condition.
The American gold Eagle coin has been in high demand from the time they were released for the first time in 1986. The coin was produced as America's official gold coin. The 2021 Gold Eagle coins design is now complete awaiting the release to mark the 35th anniversary. The new design will have major changes in the back for both gold and silver coins. The front of the coin will retain the same design.
The front of the 2021 coin will bear the design of Lady Liberty as done by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The design is an update of the one that appeared on the 1933 Double Eagle coins. Lady Liberty is seen moving forward carrying a flaming torch in one while holding an olive branch in another. This is a symbol of the strength and resilience of the American people. The beautiful Lady Liberty design show sun rays originating from the U.S Capitol building.
The Gold American eagle coin offers the best opportunity for investors because of the high gold content. Furthermore, the coin is available in multiple sizes across the globe. All the coins are expected to have a new design by mid-2021. It is the first time the U.S Mint will have coins of the same domination with two separate reverse designs.
The plan to produce gold eagle coins was launched in 1985 when the U.S Congress passed the American Eagle Bullion Program. Congress authorized how the coins would be produced and distributed. President Ronald Reagan quickly ascended the bill into law. The program aimed to create means for investors to buy precious metals.
These tubes of coins are available for purchase in 15 currencies and cryptocurrencies.