2020-W V75 Privy 1 oz Proof Gold American Eagle End of WWII 75th Anniv PCGS PF 69 FDOI (Iwo Jima Label). PF 69 First Day of Issue. Bullion Exchanges introduces the new 2020-W V75 Privy 1 oz Proof Gold American Eagle End of WWII 75th Anniv PCGS PF 69 FDOI (Iwo Jima Label).
This US Gold Eagle was produced by the US Mint with 1 troy oz of pure gold. This special proof gold coin notably arrives with a V75 privy mark , marking the first time in US Mint history that a Gold Eagle coin contained a privy. The V75 Privy serves to commemorate the anniversary of the end of WWII. Additionally, PCGS graded this US Gold Eagle as PF 69 FDOI with the special Iwo Jima design on the label, greatly enhancing its collector value. However, this WWII Gold Eagle has a maximum mintage of 1,945 , so grab this memorable 2020-W V75 Privy 1 oz Proof Gold American Eagle today before your chances are...The American Eagle Program debuted back in 1986 with fantastic Gold and Silver Coins. Throughout the years, many special varieties and labels have been released for the American Eagle coin. These 2020 US Gold Eagles are particularly special for the privy mark that is shaped like the Rainbow Pool memorial located in Washington DC. Inside this special shape sits the letter V and the number 75 to stand for "Victory" and the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII, respectively. This special privy mark first appeared on circulating America the Beautiful quarters struck by the West Point Mint in 2020, and now you can add this incredible privy mark to your US Gold Eagle collection.
Special Edition V75 Anniversary Privy Mark. Maximum mintage of only 1,945. 9167 pure gold, with a weight of 1 troy oz. Produced by the US Mint at the West Point facility. Graded by PCGS as PF 69 with the First Day of Issue - Iwo Jima label.Obverse : Showcases Lady Liberty with a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left hand. She strides forward with the capitol building in the background. Inscriptions: "LIBERTY", "2020", the "W" mintmark, and V75 privy mark. Reverse : A bald eagle holds an olive branch as it lands in the nest where another eagle and their hatchlings dwell.
Inscriptions: "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", "IN GOD WE TRUST", "E PLURIBUS UNUM", and the weight and purity of the coin. Bullion Exchanges is thrilled to carry US Gold Eagle coins including this 2020-W V75 Privy 1 oz Proof Gold American Eagle End of WWII 75th Anniv PCGS PF 69 FDOI (Iwo Jima Label).
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