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1988 $50 1 oz American Gold Eagle (MCMLXXXVIII)
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Highest Bid
$2,375.20
+0.99%
+$23.30/unit
Lowest Ask
$2,485.19
+5.53%
+$130.29/unit
Description
The 1988 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin, denoted by the Roman numeral "MCMLXXXVIII" for the year 1988, is an important part of the American Gold Eagle series, produced by the United States Mint. This coin is made from one ounce of gold and maintains a purity of 22 karats, equivalent to .9167 fineness. It showcases the classic Saint-Gaudens design on the obverse, featuring Lady Liberty with a torch and olive branch, symbols of freedom and enlightenment. The reverse, designed by Miley Busiek, displays a family of eagles, symbolizing the unity and strength of the American family. In 1988, the mintage for the 1 oz American Gold Eagle was approximately 465,500 coins. This production number makes the 1988 Gold Eagle a sought-after year for collectors and investors, appreciated for its fine gold content, historical significance, and artistic merit within the esteemed American Gold Eagle series.
Material
Gold
Item Weight
1 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity
0.9167
Attributes
IRA
Includes
Original Tube
Condition
Pure Qualified
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