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2008 US Mint Commemorative Proof Bald Eagle $5 Gold 1/4 Oz Coin With Box & COA

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Item details

Condition
New
Grade
Ungraded
Certification Number
NA
Year
2008
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Brand/Mint
U.S. Mint
Strike Type
Proof
Precious Metal Content per Unit
1/4 oz (Approx)
Coin
Comemorative
Fineness
.9
Certification
US Mint

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2008 Commemorative Proof Bald Eagle $5 Gold 1/4 Oz Coin Very Low Mintage

 

MADE IN USA

 

2008 Commemorative Proof Bald Eagle $5 Gold 1/4 Oz Coin Very Low Mintage

(Full Specs At Bottom Of Listing)

 

I Purchased These Coins Directly From The US Mint And I Have Had Them In My Safe Deposit Box Since Then

The Coins Have Not Even Been Out Of Their Plastic Flips

 

The Red Reflection You See Is My Red Nikon Coolpix Camera

 

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The 2008 Bald Eagle Commemorative Coin Program

The Bald Eagle, nearing the brink of extinction just 35 years ago, has made remarkable progress and is still expanding its presence throughout our Nation's lands and skies. Public Law 108-486, signed by President George W. Bush on December 23, 2004, calls for the United States Mint to mint and issue three commemorative coins that celebrate the encouraging recovery of the Bald Eagle species, the 35th anniversary of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, and the removal of the Bald Eagle from the Endangered Species List.

In 1782, the Second Continental Congress selected the Bald Eagle as our National Emblem of the United States and made it the centerpiece of the Great Seal of the United States. The majestic Bald Eagle has come to symbolize America's freedom, strength and democracy.

Bald Eagles were once abundant throughout our Nation. But poaching, habitat destruction, pesticides, and food source contamination took their toll, reducing the population from approximately 100,000 nesting pairs at the founding of our Nation to just over 400 nesting pairs in the early 1960's.

The path to recovery took the efforts of governments, private organizations, and citizens determined to save our National emblem. The ban on the use of certain pesticides in 1972, the protections provided under the Endangered Species Act of 1973, and efforts such as captive breeding and nest watch programs, provided the vital protection that the Bald Eagles needed to survive. The success of this recovery effort culminated in the removal of the Bald Eagle from the Endangered Species List in 2007. About 10,000 nesting pairs of Bald Eagles can now be found throughout the continental United States.

The Bald Eagle Commemorative Coin Program consists of three coins – a $5 gold coin, a silver dollar, and a half-dollar clad coin – available in both proof and uncirculated conditions. Surcharges from the program are authorized to be paid to the American Eagle Foundation of Tennessee for the purposes of continuing its work to save and protect Bald Eagles nationally.

The maximum mintages across all product options for these commemorative coins are limited to 100,000 for the $5 gold coin, 500,000 for the silver dollar, and 750,000 for the half-dollar.

Bald Eagle $5 Gold Coins Specs


Weight: 8.359 grams nominal
Diameter: 0.850 inches (± 0.003 inches)
Composition: 90% gold, 10% alloy
Mintage Limit: 100,000 (across all product options)

This Coin Has The equivalent of Just Over 1/4 Troy Ounce And It Is .900 Gold 8.359 grams = 0.2687 Troy Ounces Or rounding it off 0.27 Troy Ounces of .900 Gold


Or In Terms Of Solid Gold It Would Be Approximately

.243 Troy Ounce