Authorized by Congress in 1985 and first minted in 1986, American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins are created according to the durable, .9167 fine or 22-karat standard established for circulating gold coins 350 years ago. Picture is a likeness only.

Location: New York Price (Price per Ounce): $1816.51 / $1816.51

Purchase AmountPrice (Price per Ounce)
$1000 - $49999.99$1816.51 / $1816.51
$50000+$1811.14 / $1811.14

Location: Salt Lake City Price (Price per Ounce): $1818.30 / $1818.30

Location: Zurich Price (Price per Ounce): $1827.55 / $1827.55

Purchase AmountPrice (Price per Ounce)
up to $249999.99$1827.55 / $1827.55
$250000 - $499999.99$1823.95 / $1823.95
$500000 - $999999.99$1820.36 / $1820.36
$1000000+$1816.77 / $1816.77

Weight: 1oz

The Gold American Eagle is the most popular gold coin in North America and one of the most popular gold coins in the world. American Eagle gold coins are a fantastic choice for any investor interested in buying gold. Each American Eagle 1 oz gold coin contains 1 troy ounce of 91.7% pure, 22-karat gold bullion. The Eagle is available in several different sizes, however, the 1 oz coin is the preferred size among gold investors as it is very liquid. A stunning coin, the front features Lady Liberty in front of the Capitol building. The back of the coin displays an in-flight bald eagle, carrying an olive branch to its nest.

The 1 oz Eagle coin has a face value of $50 US. It is back by the US government and is considered legal tender in the US. It is eligible for precious metals IRAs. If you are looking to buy gold online, the American Eagle is an excellent choice due to its worldwide popularity and liquidity. It is one of the best 1 oz gold coins for sale. Add a stunning 1 oz American Eagle gold coin to your investment portfolio today.


The Hard Assets Alliance offers only bullion from the world's top wholesalers and dealers. No numismatics or rare coins - only widely recognized sovereign coins and standard bullion bars.

Why? Because they hold their value more consistently than any other form of precious metal. Accepted at monetary exchanges, coin dealers, and banks around the world, the bullion we offer is among the most liquid forms of precious metal on earth.