$50 American Gold Eagle Values - Mintages
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$50 American Gold Eagle Values 1 Ounce Pure Gold
Remember gold coin values change depending on the melt value and grade.
Date/Mint Mark
Mintages
MS
Proof
(1986) MCMLXXXVI
1,362,650
$1,200

(1986-W) MCMLXXXVI
446,290

$1,250
(1987) MCMLXXXVII
1,045,500
$1,200

(1987-W) MCMLXXXVII
147,498

$1,250
(1988) MCMLXXXVII
465,000
$1,200

(1988-W) MCMLXXXVII
87,133

$1,250
(1989) MSMLXXXIX
415,790
$1,200

(1989-W) MSMLXXXIX
54,570

$1,250
(1990) MCMXC
373,210
$1,200

(1990-W) MCMXC
62,401

$1,250
(1991) MCMXCI
243,100
$1,200

(1991-W) MCMXCI
50,411

$1,250
1992
275,000
$1,200

1992-W
44,826

$1,250
1993
480,192
$1,200

1993-W
34,369

$1,250
1994
221,633
$1,200

1994-W
46,674

$1,250
1995
200,636
$1,200

1995-W
46,368

$1,250
1996
189,148
$1,200

1996-W
36,153

$1,250
1997
664,508
$1,200

1997-W
32,999

$1,250
1998
1,468,530
$1,200

1998-W
25,866

$1,250
1999
1,505,026
$1,200

1999-W
31,427


1999-W Unfinished Dies

$3,300

2000
433,319
$1,200

2000-W
33,007

$1,250
2001
143,605
$1,200

2001-W
24,555

$1,250
2002
222,028
$1,200

2002-W
27,499

$1,250
2003
416,032
$1,200

2003-W
28,344

$1,250
2004
417,019
$1,200

2004-W
28,215

$1,250
2005
365,555
$1,200

2005-W
35,246

$1,250
2006
237,510
$1,200

2006-W Burnished
45,053
$1,500

2006-W
47,092

$1,250
2006-W Reverse Proof
9,996
$2,300

2007
140,016
$1,200

2007-W Burnished
18,066
$1,500

2007-W
51,810

$1,250
2008-W
710,000
$1,850

2008-W Burnished
11,908
$2,300

2008-W
30,237

$1,250
2008-W Reverse Of 07'



2009
1,493,000
$1,200

2010
988,500
$1,200

2010-W
25,000

$1,250
2011

$1,200

2011-W Burnished

$2,350

2011-W


$1,250
2012

$1,200

2012-W Burnished

$2,350

2012-W


$1,250
2013

$1,200

2013-W


$1,250
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When it comes to bullion gold coin values it depends on the gold's market or melt value. A $50 American Gold Eagle is worth more than it's weight in gold and is 1 Troy Ounce of Fine Gold. However, added to the melt value is a numismatic premium and that can be as high as 20% above the current gold spot, but is usually less if you shop around.

In example, if the melt value of a $50 Gold American Eagle is $1,200 then some dealers might charge as much as $240 in addition to the $1,200 and obviously that's a total of $1,440. Proof examples and certain dates can sell for even more.

It will also depend on if the bullion coin is certified and by which third party grading service. It seems most grade MS69 or less and that goes for the proof examples. However any MS70 or DCAM70 graded coins, as long as it's in a PCGS, NGC or ANACS holder, will bring a much higher premium.
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