About the 1986 $5 Gold American Eagle
The $5 Gold American Eagle is the smallest denomination of gold bullion the U.S. Mint produces. Containing 1/10 Troy oz. of .9167 fine gold, this coin offers an easy way to liquidate smaller asset amounts, or an accessible way for investors to enter precious metals on a tight budget.
This one comes from 1986, the inaugural year for the whole series. It is one of only six years in which the date of the coin is printed in Roman numerals. If you want to own a unique piece that could be a hot collector's item later, invest in this coin today.
What makes this coin a good buy?
The 1986 Gold American Eagle has the potential to attain outstanding value if carefully kept in the brilliant uncirculated condition we ship it in. As it is the first in its kind in its series we can expect it to get harder to find as people complete their collections. The Roman numeral date marks are already rare. But even if this coin doesn't attain a high numismatic value, we still expect the price of gold to rise, just as it has, historically, over time, over a period of years.
Meanwhile you get an incredible piece for your own collection or portfolio, one which is available even to investors on a very tight budget. The value of this piece will never fall below the value of the gold itself. And with its inspirational design, this coin is a joy to behold as well. Get yours today.