2022 1/2 oz Gold American Eagle $25 NGC MS70 Brown Label

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Country of ManufactureUnited States (US)
Currency TypeDollar
Denominating CountryUnited States
Denomination Value25.000000
MintU.S. Mint
Year of Issue2022
Diameter (mm)27.000000
Edge TypeReeded
FinishMint state
Grading ServiceNGC
Obverse DesignStanding Liberty
Obverse Designer/EngraverAugustus Saint-Gaudens
Reverse DesignEagle Portrait
Reverse Designer/EngraverJennie Norris
Weight - Primary Unit Value0.5 oz
You will treasure this 2022 1/2 ounce Gold American Eagle $25 certified by NGC to be in Mint State 70 condition and encapsulated with a Brown Label.

Why buy this 2022 $25 American 1/2 oz Gold Eagle certified by NGC in Mint State 70 condition and encapsulated with NGC's Brown Label?

The United States Mint rendered the most beautiful design in American numismatic history closer to the original vision of its creator by using its historical assets on the Type-2 Gold Eagle design that debuted in mid-2021. The Type 2 design, which is being issued for just the second year in 2022, also boasts a new "Eagle Portrait" reverse design. The Gold Eagle has been a mainstay of global bullion since 1986, and each piece is struck from .9167 fine gold.

  • This coin was struck from 1/2 oz .9167 fine gold.
  • This Gold Eagle is $25 legal tender in the United States.
  • The Gold Eagle Series began in 1986.
  • 2022 marks the second year of issue of the Type-2 design.
  • In mid-2021, a design by Jennie Norris replaced that of Miley Busiek.
  • The U.S. Mint made use of its historical assets to make the obverse design more like Augustus Saint-Gaudens's original vision on the Type-2 Gold Eagles.
  • Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) graded the coin Mint State 70.
  • The grade has been printed on a brown label.

Striking Eagle Design by Jennie Norris

Obverse: The Saint-Gaudens design of Double Eagle fame graces the obverse. A strong wind blows Liberty's garment as she stands in a strong wind holding her torch and an olive branch. Her name, "LIBERTY," joins the date, "2022," among the obverse inscriptions. Augustus Saint-Gaudens was an Irish-born sculptor who immigrated to the United States. His Double Eagle is considered the most beautiful coin in American history.

Reverse: The reverse bears a left-side profile of an eagle that was designed by Jennie Norris and sculpted by Renata Gordon. The two statutory mottoes, "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and "IN GOD WE TRUST," are inscribed above the image. Encircling all of this are the rim inscriptions, "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "25 DOLLARS," and "1/2 OZ. FINE GOLD. Jennie Norris made her numismatic debut with this design in mid-2021. She is a graphic designer, an illustrator, and an award winning fine artist.

Perfect MS70 with Brown Label

This coin earned Numismatic Guaranty Corporation's (NGC's) highest grade, Mint State 70, which means that it appears flawless even under 5x magnification. The grade comes printed on a brown label.

Add this NGC certified Mint State $25 American 2022 1/2 oz Gold Eagle paired with a Brown Label to your collection today.

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