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Whether you are a collector or investor, the type of gold you buy is almost as important as who you buy it from. That's why America's Gold Expert, Dr. Mike Fuljenz, recommends that gold buyers and collectors consider the historic $25 American Gold Eagles.

Historical Significance

Until 1986, the U.S. Mint had never before produced a $25 denomination, which makes the $25 American Gold Eagles the first-ever $25 legal tender gold coin in U.S. history.  The 1986 to 1991 coins have the date displayed in Roman numerals.

Rarest of All American Gold Eagles

This elite combination of historical significance and relative rarity makes the $25 Gold Eagle "the" key American Gold Eagle coin to consider when adding American Gold Eagles to your portfolio or collection.

  • Consider acquiring $25 American Gold Eagles using a long-term set building and key dates acquisition strategy.
  • Understanding rarity is important because historically, popular coins you acquire that are the rarest tend to experience rising prices over timeClick Here To Learn More >>
  • Develop a focused, systematic strategy for collecting or investing according to budget priorities.
  • Record American Gold Eagle coins as you build your collection using our checklist.
  • Our Account Representatives can help you determine the best strategy for acquiring key date $25 American Gold Eagles to fit your budget and financial goals. Call Toll Free Today (800) 336-1630.

OUR TOP RECOMMENDED GOLD EAGLES


Start with the key date years (listed below) for your immediate gold investing considerations and acquire the first year issue minted in history to date, the 1986 $25 American Gold Eagle.

To view available "key date" $25 American Gold Eagles in enlarged detail, click on the image representing the gold coins that interest you most.

Rarity Ranking #1
1991 $25 American Gold Eagle
The 1991 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #1 with the lowest total mintage number of 24,100.
Rarity Ranking #2
1990 $25 American Gold Eagle
The 1990 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #2 and a total mintage number of 31,100.
Rarity Ranking #3
1996 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 1996 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #3 and a total mintage number of 39,287.
Rarity Ranking #4
1989 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 1989 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #4 and a total mintage number of 44,829.
Rarity Ranking #5
1988 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 1988 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #5 and a total mintage number of 45,000.
Rarity Ranking #6
2007 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 2007 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #6 and a total mintage number of 47,002.
Rarity Ranking #7
2001 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 2001 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #7 and a total mintage number of 48,047.
Rarity Ranking #8
1995 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 1995 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #8 and a total mintage number of 53,474.
Rarity Ranking #9
1992 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 1992 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #9 and a total mintage number of 54,404.
Rarity Ranking #11
1994 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 1994 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #11 and a total mintage number of 62,400.
Rarity Ranking #13
2002 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 2002 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #13 and a total mintage number of 70,027.
Rarity Ranking #14
1993 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 1993 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #14 and a total mintage number of 73,324.
Rarity Ranking #16
2000 $25 American Gold Eagle
Each 2000 $25 American Gold Eagle has a rarity ranking of #16 and a total mintage number of 79,287.
1st Year Mint Issue
1986 $25 American Gold Eagle
1986 $25 American Gold Eagle is the First Year Mint Issue with a total mintage number of 599,566.


*$25 American Gold Eagle Rarity Rankings are based on final audited sales figures as published by the United States Mint.

Understanding rarity ranking is important. Historically, popular coins you acquire that are the rarest tend to experience rising prices over time. Some "key" dates for the $25 Gold Eagles are already difficult to find and are considered rare by many dealers.

By total mintage (number of coins produced) for all years combined, the $25 Gold Eagle is the rarest of all American Gold Eagles. This rarity factor, among American Gold Eagles often adds to their numismatic value. This means $25 American Gold Eagles offer investors and collectors Double Play Potential (Bullion Value & Numismatic Value).

Investors and collectors have at times found that carefully assembled sets of coins can be worth more than the total of its individual pieces. Using the checklist above will help you identify key date $25 American Gold Eagles. Keep in mind, well-compiled sets are at times more liquid than acquisitions of random gold coins. This could come in handy when you decide to upgrade your collection or need to sell your gold coins quickly.