The American Eagle Gold
Uncirculated Coins were
introduced in 1986. Struck on
specially burnished blanks,
these coins offer precious metal
purchasers a collectible version
of the popular American Eagle
Gold Bullion Coins and feature a
finish similar to their bullion coin
counterparts. The coins are
available in four sizes – one
ounce, one-half ounce, one-
quarter ounce, and one-tenth
ounce, as well as a four-coin set
which contains one coin in each
denomination. Each coin bears
the “W” mint mark reflecting their
striking at the United States Mint
at West Point. The obverse
features Augustus Saint-
Gaudens’ full-length figure of
Liberty with flowing hair, holding
a torch in her right hand and an
olive branch in her left. The
reverse design, by sculptor
Miley Busiek, features a male
eagle carrying an olive branch
flying above a nest containing a
female eagle and her eaglets.


United States Mint proof coins
are extraordinarily brilliant, with
sharp relief and a mirror-like
background. Their frosted,
sculpted foregrounds give them
a special cameo effect.  Proof
blanks are specially treated,
polished and cleaned to ensure
high quality strikes. The blanks
are then fed into presses fitted
with specially polished dies and
struck at least twice to ensure
sharp, high relief. The coins are
then packaged in presentation
cases to showcase and maintain
their exceptional finish.

This set not only makes a great
gift but is also an enduring
reminder of the Nation’s natural
beauty and history. These coins
will be minted in 2013, and
never again!
The Presidential One Dollar Coin Act of 2005 authorizes the Secretary of the
Treasury to strike one ounce, .9999 fine gold bullion coins. These are the first
pure gold coins ever issued by the United States Government.

The American Buffalo Gold Proof Coins are collector versions of the official
United States Mint American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coins and are available in
limited mintages. The designs are based on the original 1913, Type I Buffalo
nickel, as designed by James Earle Fraser. The obverse features a profile of a
Native American. The reverse features an American Buffalo (also known as a
American Eagle Silver Uncirculated
Coins are struck on specially
burnished blanks. This coin offers
silver precious metal purchasers a
new collectible version of the popular
American Eagle Silver Bullion Coin
and features a finish similar to its
bullion coin counterpart. Each coin
also bears the “W” mint mark
reflecting its striking at the United
States Mint at West Point.

The artisans of the United States
Mint have captured the grace and
elegance of sculptor/engraver
Adolph A. Weinman’s celebrated
Walking Liberty design.

The obverse design features an ever
hopeful Liberty striding confidently
toward the sunrise, draped in the
strength of the Stars and Stripes,
and carrying branches of laurel and
oak in her arms to symbolize both
civil and military glory.