Gold is the only real currency

 

“The person having the gold decides about the rules.” Gold is the only currency to which no debts are connected, so its in-dependency is granted.

 

We highly recommend American Eagle gold coins for all first time gold buyers! American Eagles are newly minted gold coins recognized around the world.

 

As such, these gold coins are far easier to sell than gold bars or other gold bullion coins that may have delays and added expenses for assaying. Unlike most bullion gold coins, American Eagles are private, non-reportable and preferred by serious gold investors for privacy, safety and security.

 

World's Most Popular Gold Coins - American Eagle gold coins were first issued in 1986 by the US Mint and quickly became one of the leading gold bullion coin investments.

 

Minted in 22 Karat Solid Gold - American Eagles use the durable gold standard established for gold coins circulating over 350 years ago. Each of these gold coins is minted in 91.67% fine gold. This creates harder coins that resist scratching and marring which can diminish resale value.

 

Famous Saint-Gaudens Design - The obverse side is inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens design from $20 gold pieces minted between 1907 and 1933. The reverse design features a nest of Eagles, symbols of America's family traditions.

 

US Mint Guaranteed Gold Content - American Eagles are the only bullion gold coins guaranteed as to weight and gold content by the U.S. government.

 

Insist on Private, Non-Reportable Gold - We urge you to acquire American Eagle gold coins from dealers who will protect your privacy and never ask for your social security number or require an application. That way, your gold is totally private and non-reportable.

 

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The beauty and power of America is captured in the graceful Striding Liberty, designed by Augustus Saint Gaudens for the 1907-1933 $20 U.S. Double Eagle gold coin. The reverse depicts a nest of American eagles signifying the strength and security of American families. These are the only gold coins whose weight, quality and purity are guaranteed by the U.S. government. Only gold mined in the United States, by law, is used in the minting of American Gold Eagles. Since its introduction in 1986, its four sizes, one-ounce, half-ounce, quarter-ounce and one-tenth ounce, have become the world's most widely traded gold bullion coins.

 

U.S. Government Guarantee

What really makes the American Eagle unique is that it is the only bullion coin whose weight, content, and purity is backed by the United States Government. You can buy them with confidence knowing each coin contains its stated amount of gold. And since they require no assaying, they can be easily converted to cash at any time without worries or penalties.

 

Gold Uses

Gold is an ancient metal of wealth, commerce and beauty, but it also has a number of unique properties that make it invaluable to industy. These properties include:

 

• Resistance to corrosion

• Electrical conductivity

• Ductility and malleability

• Infrared (heat) reflectivity

• Thermal conductivity

 

Gold’s superior electrical conductivity, malleability, and resistance to corrosion have made it vital to the manufacture of components used in a wide range of electronic products and equipment, including computers, telephones, cellular phones, and home appliances.

 

Gold has extraordinarily high reflective powers that are relied upon in the shielding that protects spacecrafts and satellites from solar radiation and in industrial and medical lasers that use gold-coated reflectors to focus light energy. And because gold is biologically inactive, it has become a vital tool for medical research and is even used in the direct treatment of arthritis and other intractable diseases.

 

The demand for gold in industry is steady and growing. The supply of gold from stored inventory and from mining operations is limited and will remain so. Demand from investors who want to posses this precious metal is steady, and increases during periods of world crises or instability. The result is a market with much more upside potential than down.

 

Gold is an excellent hedge against inflation, and protects earnings for the future. Modern investors can invest in gold the traditional way — by purchasing gold bullion in the form of bars or coins — or they can trade in gold or gold futures electronically, or by investing in gold mining or refining companies.

 

It is simple to keep track of the value of your American Eagles. Most major newspapers and television and radio networks report the current spot price of gold. Each American Eagle's value is based on this price, plus a small premium to cover mintage and distribution costs.