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2014 PR70 ANACS FDOI LE of (25) $10 Gold Eagle Coin

2014 PR70 ANACS First Day of Issue Limited Edition of (25) $10 Gold Eagle Coin

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Overview & Details

2014 PR70 ANACS FDOI LE of (25) $10 Gold Eagle Coin
Gold never goes out of style. The grading, gold content and design make this stunning golden eagle featuring Lady Liberty coin very special. The wooden window box offers a great way to store and display this handsome coin. Hurry! It comes from a First Day of Issue Limited Edition. What a way to celebrate the new year!

What You Get

  • 2014 PR70 $10 Gold Eagle coin
  • Wooden U.S. Mint box

Good To Know
  • All coin items considered for return must be in their original condition as sold. Seals and cases contribute to the value of the coin and currency collectibles and must remain intact and unbroken. This applies but is not limited to: grading cases, Mint and Proof cases and packages, bag seals, original government sealed packaging and/or any other special packaging or containers.

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Graded PR70 (Proof) by ANACS
Finish: Deep Cameo (DCAM)
Mint Mark: West Point; does not appear
Limited Edition: 25
Packaging: Encapsulated in an ANACS slab and in a box

Coin 1

Obverse: Legendary Saint-Gaudens design that first appeared on $20 gold coins from 1907-1933. The design shows Lady Liberty striding forward. She is holding a torch of knowledge and an olive branch of peace and the rising sun in the background symbolizes the hope brought forward with each new day. The U.S. Capitol building can be seen at about the 7 o'clock position and the design is surrounded by 50 stars to represent the 50 states
Reverse: Family of eagles, including a male carrying an olive branch flying above a nest containing a female eagle and her hatchlings; symbolizes family tradition and unity
Composition: 1/4 oz. of 91.67% pure 22K gold (Approx. 7.78 grams pure gold)
Diameter: Approx. 22.1mm (0.87") in diameter
Weight: Approx. 8.48 grams (0.3 oz.)

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 5"W x 1-1/4"H x 3-1/2" Deep
Country of Origin: USA


Gold Eagle coin

  • Made each year since 1986 in a limited edition
  • Among the most popular gold bullion coins 

First Day of Issue (FDOI) Limited Edition (LE) of 25

  • When these coins are gone, no more may be certified as "First Day of Issue"

Graded PR70 (Proof) by ANACS

  • A proof coin with the highest possible grading of 70
  • Struck at least twice with highly polished coin blanks to bring out the mirrored background and high-relief images

Deep Cameo (DCAM) 

  • Deeply frosted devices and lettering that contrast with the fields to produce extra sharp details

Genuine legal tender gold bullion coin

  • Approx. 91.67% pure 22K gold
  • Precious-metal gold coin

Encapsulated in an ANACS slab

  •  Helps preserve the coin's graded condition during storage and display


2014 PR70 ANACS First Day of Issue Limited Edition of (25) $10 Gold Eagle Coin

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