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1988 $10 1/4 oz American Gold Eagle (MCMLXXXVIII)
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The 1988 1/4 oz American Gold Eagle Coin, bearing the Roman numeral "MCMLXXXVIII" for the year 1988, is an integral part of the American Gold Eagle series, produced by the United States Mint. This coin is composed of 1/4th of an ounce of gold with a purity of 22 karats, or .9167 fineness. It showcases the Saint-Gaudens obverse design featuring Lady Liberty with a torch and olive branch, symbolizing freedom and hope. The reverse, designed by Miley Busiek, presents a family of eagles, emblematic of American strength and unity. In 1988, the mintage for this 1/4 oz Gold Eagle was approximately 49,000 coins. This production quantity positions the 1988 Gold Eagle as a sought-after coin for collectors and investors, valued for its blend of historical significance, artistic design, and gold content within the prestigious American Gold Eagle series.
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1/4 Troy Ounce
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