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The LAST of the Last and the BEST of the Last 2021 Type 1 Gold American Eagles! Perfect Gold Eagles from the Very Last Monster Box. Extremely Limited!

Just imagine what America was like in the 19th Century, mid-1800s to be exact, when gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill on January 24, 1848. That discovery led hundreds of thousands of people to migrate west by land and sea, fueled by the promise of wealth beyond their wildest dreams. Decades later, in 1985, President Ronald Reagan put gold within reach for U.S. citizens by mandating the minting of Gold American Eagle coins beginning in 1986, with the Gold Bullion Coin Act.

All-American Coins, Gold Eagles Are Minted from U.S. Gold

For the next 35 years ago, American Gold Eagles were the most widely-traded gold coin in the U.S.—due in part to the fact that they are legislated to be minted from gold found in the U.S., and due in part to the coin’s beautiful, intricate, uniquely American design. Initially, and for 35 years, that design, now noted as the Type 1 design, had an obverse featuring a modified version of American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ classic Lady Liberty design for the $20 Double Eagle gold piece—which was originally commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt and minted from 1907 to 1933—and a reverse featuring Miley Tucker-Frost’s design depicting a male bald eagle carrying an olive branch to his family.

Just imagine what America was like in the 19th Century, mid-1800s to be exact, when gold was discovered at Sutter’s Mill on January 24, 1848. That discovery led hundreds of thousands of people to migrate west by land and sea, fueled by the promise of wealth beyond their wildest dreams. Decades later, in 1985, President Ronald Reagan put gold within reach for U.S. citizens by mandating the minting of Gold American Eagle coins beginning in 1986, with the Gold Bullion Coin Act.

All-American Coins, Gold Eagles Are Minted from U.S. Gold

For the next 35 years ago, American Gold Eagles were the most widely-traded gold coin in the U.S.—due in part to the fact that they are legislated to be minted from gold found in the U.S., and due in part to the coin’s beautiful, intricate, uniquely American design. Initially, and for 35 years, that design, now noted as the Type 1 design, had an obverse featuring a modified version of American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ classic Lady Liberty design for the $20 Double Eagle gold piece—which was originally commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt and minted from 1907 to 1933—and a reverse featuring Miley Tucker-Frost’s design depicting a male bald eagle carrying an olive branch to his family.

Not Just the Last of the Last, but also the Best of the Last!

These aren’t just from the last monster box, these are the perfect coins from the last monster box. As you know, coin quality is measured by grades on a 70-point scale, with a grade of 70 representing absolute perfection, even under magnification. With a new release, collectors quickly snatch up coins and send them to leading independent grading services like Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC), hoping those coins come back with a top grade of Mint State-70 (MS70).

That’s what you’ve got here. The perfect coins from the last monster box that have been certified as flawless Mint State-70 (MS70).

Q: What’s Even Better than Perfection?

A: Perfect Coins with Labels that Include DUAL Hand-Signed Signatures!

First of all, each coin comes encapsulated with an NGC label that authenticates the flawless MS70 grade, and also reads “Last Day of Production – Final T1 Box.” Plus, each of these coins possesses TWO hand-signed signature labels! 12th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint John Mercanti’s signature label will grace the front of the holder of each coin, and the 34th and 39th Director of the U.S. Mint David J. Ryder’s signature label will be on the back of each holder. The contributions of these two men have been absolutely critical to the American Eagle series.

One More Thing

Also included as a bonus with your purchase is a letter written by two-time Director of the U.S. Mint, David J. Ryder. In that letter, Mr. Ryder describes the design change from Type 1 to Type 2, and explains how this FINAL Type 1 Monster Box of One-Ounce Gold Eagles came to be!

Get Better than the Best 2021 Gold Eagles Here, Now!

The mintage of 2021 Type 1 $50 One-Ounce Gold Eagles in brilliant uncirculated condition was 456,500 coins struck before the design changed to Type 2, midway through the year. So, again, while over 40,000 monster boxes, 500-count each, have left the U.S. Mint facility since the coin’s introduction—these coins are certified as being from the very last box to leave the U.S. Mint! And they’re flawless.

There were only 500 coins in the last Type 1 monster box, and only 288 of those are available certified by NGC as flawless, perfect MS70, with a dual hand-signed signature label. And finally, this item is EXCLUSIVE through the Scarce & Unique Division!

2022 $50 Gold Eagle MS70 Mercanti/Ryder Dual Signatures

 

One Ounce 91.67% Gold

$50 Legal Tender

NGC-Certified Perfect MS70

Dual Hand-Signed-Signature Labels by John Mercanti and David J. Ryder

NGC label reads “Last Day of Production – Final T1 Box”

Exclusive Limited Availability—Only 288 Exist

Don’t miss this this opportunity! Inquire with your Scarce & Unique Account Executive for more details and availability. Don’t wait.