U.S. Gold Eagle : Gold bullion coin redesign

U.S. Gold Eagle :  Gold bullion coin redesign

The U.S. Mint has just sold the entirety of its 2019 American Eagle half-ounce gold bullion coins, 30,000 pieces, the second most reduced yield in the 33-year history of the arrangement.

Gold bullion wholesalers were advised by U.S. Mint notice Nov. 1 that the authority’s stock of 2019 half-ounce gold American Eagles was exhausted.

The most minimal mintage for any American Eagle half-ounce gold bullion coin is the 24,100 for the 1991 discharge. The most elevated American Eagle half-ounce gold bullion coin mintage is 599,566 for the 1986 issue. The 2018 mintage was 32,000 coins.

As of Nov. 22, the U.S. Mint recorded offers of 106,000 of the American Eagle 1-ounce gold $50 gold bullion coins. The most reduced deals were 189,148 for 1996 coins; the 1999 coins’ business were most elevated at 1,505,026 pieces. The 2018 mintage of 1-ounce coins was 191,000.

American Eagle quarter-ounce gold bullion coin deals so far in 2019 have arrived at 36,000 coins. The most reduced yield for quarter-ounce gold American Eagles was 36,100 for 1991 issues, and the most noteworthy, 726,031, was for the debut 1986 discharges. 2018’s mintage was 62,000 coins.

American Eagle tenth-ounce gold bullion coin deals dated 2019 have arrived at 190,000 coins, contrasted with 230,000 2018 coins gave. The least yield of tenth-ounce gold American Eagles was 159,500 for 1988 coins. The most noteworthy marketing projection for the tenth-ounce discharge is 2,750,338 for the 1999 coins.

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