Burnished Gold American Eagle Coins – W Mintmark
The Burnished Gold American Eagle with “W” mintmark is one of the most unique gold coins the U.S. Mint has produced over the past decade, featuring the famous “W” mintmark of the U.S. Mint at West Point, New York. Minted using a specialized process to create a burnished finish, each coin is certified museum-quality SP-70 or near-perfect SP-69 or by PCGS.
- Struck from 22-karat gold
- Produced with a unique burnished coin finish
- Graded a perfect SP-70 or near-perfect SP-69 by PCGS
- Produced at the U.S. Mint at West Point
- Authorized U.S. legal tender
- Guaranteed by U.S. Government for weight, content & purity
Buy Burnished Gold Eagle Coins with W Mintmark (PCGS Certified)
Would you like your precious metals portfolio potential to soar higher? Then it’s time to buy the Burnished Gold American Eagle Coin with “W” Mintmark, one of the most sought-after gold coins the U.S. Mint has produced since their initial release in 2006. If you’ve never heard of a burnished coin, you might be wondering: what is burnished gold? The commonly used word “burnished” comes from the thoroughly polished coin blanks that are individually hand-fed into coining presses. Although similar in appearance to American Eagle Bullion Coins, these uncirculated/burnished coins are distinguished by the presence of a mintmark and the use of burnished blanks. (American Eagle Bullion Coins do not have a mintmark.) Burnished Gold Eagles also boast the lowest mintage of any coin in the entire history of the Gold American Eagle program. A low mintage can increase the coin’s demand and appeal among gold buyers.
Why Buy Burnished Gold American Eagle Coins?
There’s no mystery here. The Burnished Gold American Eagle Coin soars above its competition for many reasons, some of which appear in the coin’s name: Burnished Gold American Eagle with “W” Mintmark.
- Start with burnished. This gold coin’s unique production process gives it a distinctive look as scarce as it is beautiful.
- Then, the “W,” which stands for “West Point.” That’s the mintmark of the famed West Point Mint Facility.
- Next, consider that each coin is struck from 22-karat gold and certified museum-quality SP-70 or near-perfect SP-69 by PCGS, an industry-leading, third-party grading service. Each coin is carefully preserved inside a transparent, sonically sealed plastic slab to protect its remarkable condition and assigned a unique serial number for authentication. Many gold buyers call that security.
- Finally—if a highly sought-after gold coin that’s in perfect or near-perfect condition isn’t enough for you—consider the historically significant, proud American eagle emblazoned on it.