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Going Out With a Bang: The 2020-W Gold Eagle V75 Will Be the Rarest Gold Eagle

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Going Out With a Bang: The 2020-W Gold Eagle V75 Will Be the Rarest Gold Eagle
On the other hand, the gold eagle will only have a mintage of 1,945. This of course is symbolic of the year that World War II ended. However, this is also the lowest mintage of any U.S. Mint numismatic product ever. This extremely low mintage combined with the fact that this is the final coin of the final year of this design means that this coin will sell out within mere seconds. The best bet with an item like this is to try to place an order online. It is possible that a portion of the coins could be allocated to telephone sales, but there is no guarantee. In addition, with the current pandemic, there would be no phone sales. However, that could change by the time this coin is released.

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What is the American Eagle Congratulations Set?

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What is the American Eagle Congratulations Set?
Each year, the U.S. Mint issues an American Eagle Congratulations Set. The idea for the coins is to offer a gift of congratulations for special occasions. Whether for graduations, anniversaries, or engagements, the American Eagle Congratulations Set is a unique gift to celebrate any special event.

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What are American Eagle Silver Coins?

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What are American Eagle Silver Coins?
In 1986, the U.S. Mint began striking gold and silver American Eagle coins. Since that time, more than 400,000,000 American Eagle silver coins have been minted, making them one of the most successful U.S. Mint silver bullion coins ever. The rich quality and history of the coin are what make the American Eagle silver so popular and enduring.

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What are Burnished American Eagle Coins?

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What are Burnished American Eagle Coins?
The introduction of burnished American Eagle coins by the U.S. Mint in 2006 has become widely popular among collectors. The first coin to be burnished was the American Eagle silver coin, followed by the gold and platinum coins. The burnished finish became especially valued with the American Eagle silver coin, the most popular bullion coin in the world.

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Rare American Silver Eagle Prices

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Rare American Silver Eagle Prices
The population and prices of the coins vary depending on the year of mintage. The 1999 American Silver Eagle Mint State 70 (MS70) costs $25,000; it is the highest price point among the various years and mint states. The mintage of the 1999 Silver Eagle is 7,408,640. However, there are only 129 coins in MS70. The second-highest price point is 1996 MS70 which costs $10,000. The mintage of 1996 Silver Eagle is 3,603,386; there are only 179 in MS70. Below is a chart of the top 5 high price point American Silver Eagles in Mint State 70.

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