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American Palladium Eagles

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American Palladium Eagles at BGASC

American Eagles are the most popular and well-known coins issued by the US Mint. Gold and silver coins debuted in 1986, followed by the platinum version in 1997. The palladium version was introduced two decades later in 2017 and has been issued every year since, with multiple variations being released. Learn more about American Palladium Eagles, right here at BGASC.

American Palladium Eagle Background

The American Palladium Eagle was mandated under the American Eagle Palladium Bullion Coin Act of 2010. This was passed during the 111th United States Congress and eventually signed by President Barack Obama. However, it wasn’t until 2017 that the first coin in this series was struck.

The design differs between the American Silver Eagle, Gold Eagle, and Platinum Eagle. The American Palladium Eagle is no different.

The obverse of these coins shows the iconic Winged Liberty, designed by Adolph A. Weinman in 1916. This design was originally featured on the Mercury Dime. Liberty is wearing a Phrygian cap surrounded by identifying marks of the coin. The reverse showcases another design by Weinman. This design was created in 1907 for the American Institute of Architects Medal. A bald eagle is perched on a cliff, clutching a sapling in its beak and talons. Identifying marks of the coin frame the design.

Each coin contains 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure palladium.

Variations of the American Palladium Eagle

The release cycle of the American Palladium Eagle is easily the most unique of all the American Eagles. While American Palladium Eagles are issued annually, they’re issued in a new strike every year.

  • 2017: BU
  • 2018: Proof
  • 2019: Reverse Proof
  • 2020: Burnished
  • 2021: BU and Proof
  • 2022: Reverse Proof
  • 2023: Burnished

Acquiring American Palladium Eagles at BGASC

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to the BGASC customer service team with any questions you may have about these American Palladium Eagles. Our team can be contacted via email, through our online chat feature, or by giving us a call at 888-992-4272.