2007 $50 American Gold Eagle

2007 $50 American Gold Eagle

The 2007 $50 American Gold Eagle had a total mintage of just over 140,000. This was a relatively smaller mintage for this series for the coins struck at the Philadelphia Mint, and as an uncirculated, regular strike coin at this mint, the 2007 1 oz American Gold Eagle didn’t feature a mint mark. While this has a lower mintage, it can still be found at somewhat affordable prices even in the highest grades, which appear to max out around MS69. 


History of the 2007 $50 American Gold Eagle

The 2007 $50 American Gold Eagle is a beautiful coin that holds value in the fact that it has a small mintage and is possible to find at affordable prices. The American Gold Eagle is the official gold bullion coin of the United States. The obverse of the American Gold Eagle was designed by Augustus Saint Gaudens, a rendition of the full-length Lady Liberty with her hair flowing and a long dress. She holds a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left. There is a small image of the Capitol building in the background. The reverse of the coin was designed by sculptor, Miley Busiek. It features a male American Bald Eagle clutching an olive branch, flying over a nest with a female eagle and her eaglet.


2007 $50 American Gold Eagle Value

The 2007 $50 American Gold Eagle value reaches upwards of $2,700 for the highest grades of the coin. This coin is worth the effort to find well-struck with attractive surfaces. The 2007 1 oz American Gold Eagle would make a valuable addition to any Gold Eagle series collection. 


Type of coin: $50 Coin

Year: 2007 $50 American Gold Eagle

American Gold Eagle Mint Mark: Philadelphia

Total mintage: 140,016

Metal content: 91.67% Gold, 3% Silver, 5.33% Copper

Face value: Fifty Dollars

Weight: 33.93 grams

Edge: Reeded

Designer: Augustus Saint Gaudens/Miley Busiek

Diameter: 32.70 millimeters