About the 1986 $10 Gold American Eagle
The 1986 $10 Gold American Eagle offers unique collector's appeal. Not only was it released in the inaugural year of the entire Gold Eagle series, but it also is one of only six years in which Roman numerals were used for the date. This hadn't happened since 1907, making this ¼ oz. gold coin an excellent addition to any collection.
Composed of .9167 fine gold and featuring designs that harken back to the Double Eagle designs of the past, these coins have captured the imagination of the world. Don't miss your chance to own one while they're still available!
What makes this coin a good buy?
This fractional gold coin offers a cost-effective way to begin investing both in precious metals and in collectibles. Like any investment, the future value of this coin is difficult to predict. Nevertheless, between the relative rarity of the Roman numeral date mark and the popularity of the coin itself, prospects do look good.
And remember, any gold in your portfolio is likely to appreciate over time. You can expect modest gains no matter what. Given the exciting possibilities, this is a buy you can feel confident making. After all, whether you win big or win small, you still win!