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1987 $50 1 oz American Gold Eagle (MCMLXXXVII)
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The 1987 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin, marked with the Roman numeral "MCMLXXXVII" for the year 1987, is a key part of the American Gold Eagle series, minted by the United States Mint. This coin is composed of one ounce of gold with a purity of 22 karats, equivalent to .9167 fineness. It features the renowned Saint-Gaudens design on the obverse, depicting Lady Liberty with a torch and olive branch, symbolizing freedom and peace. The reverse, designed by Miley Busiek, showcases a family of eagles, representing American unity and strength. In 1987, the mintage for the 1 oz American Gold Eagle was approximately 1,045,500 coins. This mintage level makes the 1987 Gold Eagle a popular choice among collectors and investors, appreciated for its blend of fine gold content, historical significance, and artistic beauty within the American Gold Eagle series.
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1 Troy Ounce
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Original Tube
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