And a classic American gold eagle coin ring proudly announces your love of country.
Whether it's made from a 100+ year old coin or an updated version of the classic originals, your ring resonates with the spirit and beliefs our great country is built upon.
The mottos on these works of art clearly spell it out.
Liberty. E Pluribus Unum. In God We Trust.
And the imagery, as created by the world's greatest engravers, makes it a true work of art.
Lady Liberty striding confidently into the dawn of a new day. The American Bald eagle signifying peace through strength.
Nothing looks and feels like an American Gold Eagle Coin Ring.
The current American Gold Eagle, minted from 1986 to present serves as the world standard for gold bullion. Originally designed by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1904, these coins come in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/5 oz, and 1/10 oz weights.
The 1 oz makes a solid, masculine ring, while the 1/2 oz ring is more proportional to a woman's hand.
All years from 1986 to present are available, making the modern Gold Eagle an ideal choice for celebrating key life events - anniversaries, graduations, promotions, births of kids and grand kids, beating cancer, remembrances of loved ones who've passed, etc.
Saint Gaudens' original Gold Eagle mintages lasted from 1907 to 1933, and are actual pieces of history. Most were removed from circulation in 1933 by FDR, meaning only a fraction remain. This makes them a powerful symbol of 'survivorship'.
Uniquely, they have a 'stamped edge' rather than a set of reeds (ridges) on the outside edge. The stamp include the motto "E Pluribus Unum" along with 13 stars.
These coins were only issues in full 1 oz sizes, making them the perfect weight and width for a truly masculine ring.
Using the modern mintages (1986-present), a Gold Eagle coin ring wedding set is as unique as your love. Whether it is for your upcoming wedding or to mark your anniversary, both rings (1 x 1 oz and 1 x 1/2 oz), will clearly display the coin's year.
Whether you want a Vintage Gold Eagle (1907-1933) or a Modern Gold Eagle (1986-present), if you want to specify your year rather than using a 'common date' coin, we can likely find the exact coin you want.
But there is a premium charged for sourcing your coins. Not only are some year's coins significantly more expensive (a 1933 Gold Eagle costs $18.9M!), but it also takes time to locate the coin and vet the seller.