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  • 1/4 troy ounce gold Eagle coin 2024 front
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1/4 troy ounce gold Eagle coin 2024

646,00 Per piece 83,90 Per gram

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This 1/4 troy ounce gold American Eagle coin is minted by the U.S. Mint and is the official investment coin from the Unite... This 1/4 troy ounce gold American Eagle coin is minted by the U.S. Mint and is the official investment coin from the United States. The coin is made of 22-karat gold (or 91.67% pure), with the weight of the gold being 1/4 troy ounce (7.77 grams). 
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Selling price
€ 646,00
Price per gram
€ 83,90
Net weight
1/4 troy ounce (7,7 gram)
8,40 gram
Year of issue
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American Eagle 1/4 troy ounce gold 2024

Gold American Eagle coins are extremely popular worldwide as investment coins, making them highly tradable. These are newly minted coins, from the year 2024. The coin's popularity is partly due to its history. The American Eagle was the first American investment coin to be minted to trade for its gold value.
These gold American Eagle coins are minted in 22-karat gold, have a diameter of 22mm and contain a weight of 7.77 grams (1/4 troy ounce) pure gold. Because the coins are alloyed with copper among other things, this coin is heavier than most gold coins of 1/4 troy ounce. The addition of copper makes the coin less vulnerable than pure gold coins.
Since 1986, the American Eagle coins had the same design, but in 2021 the eagle was redesigned for the first time. The many details and beautiful images give the American Eagle coin a beautiful appearance.

Buyback guarantee on gold American Eagle coins

Gold coins are sold by The Silver Mountain under the 0% VAT rate for investment gold. We issue a buyback guarantee of 100%. This means that you can always easily offer your 1/2 troy ounce American Eagle coin to us for a market-conform price.

Design gold 1/4 troy ounce American Eagle

1/4 troy ounce gold Eagle coin 2024 front


The obverse of the American Eagle coin features the image of Lady Liberty. The design of Lady Liberty on the American Eagle coin is based on the iconic design created in 1907 by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for Roosevelt's inauguration medal. Above Lady Liberty is the inscription LIBERTY and below her to the right is the year the coin was minted.

1/4 troy ounce gold Eagle coin 2024 back


The reverse of the American Eagle coin shows an eagle. This has been the national symbol of the United States since 1782. Designed by Jennie Norris, the eagle contains beautiful details that make the bird stand out impressively. Surrounding the eagle are inscriptions such as face value 10 DOLLARS, weight 1/4 OZ. FINE GOLD, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, the unofficial motto of the US E PLURIBUS UNUM and IN GOD WE TRUST.

Introduction of the 'Gold Bullion Act'

Before it was first circulated in 1986, the 'Gold Bullion Act' was approved in 1985 to make the impending coin one of the leading investment coins. This law also guaranteed that the coin could only be made from domestic gold.
Thanks to this law, the coin also received its own nominal value, allowing it to be used as legal tender in America. This means that American government institutions accept the coin, although it is often not accepted in stores.


  • Gold coin of 1/4 troy ounce (7.775 grams) pure gold
  • Worldwide popular gold investment coins from the USA
  • Suitable as an investment in physical gold

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United States Mint

US Mint

The United States Mint is the official mint of the United States. Established in 1792 through the Coinage Act of 1792, this mint produces the Silver Eagle, Gold Eagle, and other investment coins.