US $2.5 Indian Head Eagle

The smallest of the US Gold Indian Head Eagles is the 2.5 Dollar Gold coin with a total mass of 4.18grams. All US Gold Eagles are .900 purity, meaning they are 90% pure Gold. The Indian Head versions are very popular with UK investors and command a premium well in excess of their intrinsic Gold values. The 2.5 Dollar Indian Head has exactly 3.76 grams of Gold

US $5 Indian Head Eagle

The US 5 Dollar Indian Head Eagle is also known as the Half Eagle and contains exactly 7.53 grams of Gold with a total mass of 8.36 grams. This coin was struck between 1908 and 1929 with .900 Gold purity, equating to 21.6 Carats. The appeal of the Indian Head Gold coins is the incuse/sunken engraving which is the total opposite of many coins such as the British Sovereign

US $10 Indian Head Eagle

The $10 Indian Head Eagle features the Goddess Liberty wearing an Indian feather headdress. President Roosevelt selected the design on the reverse of this coin which was intended for the cent. 10 Dollar Indian Head coins were struck in 1907 until 1916 and then irregularly until 1933. A lot of Indian Head eagles were melted by the government in the late 1930s with coins dated 1933 being a low mintage year


Liberty Head Eagles

US $5 Liberty Head Half Eagle

1839 was the year that saw the first of the modern Liberty Head designs on the half Eagle. The coin's total mass is 8.36 grams of which 7.53 grams is pure Gold. Auronum is a buyer of all US Gold Eagle coins for collectors looking to sell a Gold US Eagle coin. Sellers can see our live bids that change with the Gold spot price

US $10 Liberty Head Eagle

The 10 Dollar is the Gold Eagle and weighs 16.71 grams of .900 fineness, giving exactly 15.04 grams of Gold per Eagle. The design shows Goddess Liberty's head with the year of issue. The thirteen stars representing the original thirteen British colonies on the USA's East coast that achieved independence in 1776

US $20 Liberty Head Double Eagle

The US Gold Double Eagle coin received its name by being twice the size of a traditional Gold Eagle, with a total of 30.087 grams of pure Gold. The remainder of the 33.43 gram coin consisting of copper to give the coin its .900 purity

Interestingly, the Double Eagle's Gold content was worth its denomination of $20 when the coin was first struck in 1849 as Gold was $20.67 per ounce. 1948 was the beginning of the Californian Gold rush which is the same year that the first Double Eagle was minted


Issuance of the Double Eagle continued until 1933 which was the same year when the Gold price revalued to $35 per ounce. The 1933 Double Eagle is one of the most valuable US Gold coins given that none were issued into circulation

Moreover, all but two of the 445,500 coins minted that year were returned to the US Government to be melted down. One of the two Gold 1933 Double Eagles surfaced in an auction in 2021 and fetched $18.9 million after previously selling for $7.6 million in an auction in 2002

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