2022 $10 American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 FDI Emily S. Damstra Signature

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2022 $10 American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 FDI Emily S. Damstra Signature

This 2022 American Gold Eagle coin is minted in one-quarter ounce of pure gold. Collectors consider this coin to be a key date in the series because 2022 is the first full year of production for coins with the new, eye-catching, Type 2 Bald Eagle design. This legal tender coin is guaranteed for weight and purity by the U.S. Government and is certified in perfect MS70 condition by NGC. In addition to the flawless MS70 grade, it has the coveted First Day of Issue designation and is signed by Master Designer Emily S. Damstra. Coins signed by Emily S. Damstra outsold any other signature in 2021, identifying her as the premier signature on PCGS certified coins alongside  John Dannreuther, the Co-Founder of PCGS. 
 
Condition

Coins are graded on the Sheldon numeric grading scale of 1 to 70. To achieve the top grade 70, a coin must have no post-production imperfections under 5x magnification. In addition to the perfect numismatic grade of MS70 and the First Day of Issue designation, This coin is individually hand-signed by Master Designer Emily S. Damstra who has an impressive 40 credits at the United States and Royal Canadian Mints. Two of her designs have won the esteemed Coin of the Year (COTY) award. Her design was chosen by the United States Mint in 2021 for their new Type 2 American Silver Eagle, the most collected silver coin in the world. Emily has entered into an exclusive agreement with Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) to sign popular modern issue coins. Her sought-after signature adds another level of exclusivity and collectability to the top PCGS certified coins certified in MS70.

Collector Highlights
 
Flawless MS70 condition
First full year of production for new Type 2 design
Coveted First Day of issue Status
Signed by Emily S. Damstra
Low PCGS certified population
The most collected 1/4 ounce Gold Coin in the world

Description

2022 $10 American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 FDI Emily S. Damstra Signature

This 2022 American Gold Eagle coin is minted in one-quarter ounce of pure gold. Collectors consider this coin to be a key date in the series because 2022 is the first full year of production for coins with the new, eye-catching, Type 2 Bald Eagle design. This legal tender coin is guaranteed for weight and purity by the U.S. Government and is certified in perfect MS70 condition by NGC. In addition to the flawless MS70 grade, it has the coveted First Day of Issue designation and is signed by Master Designer Emily S. Damstra. Coins signed by Emily S. Damstra outsold any other signature in 2021, identifying her as the premier signature on PCGS certified coins alongside  John Dannreuther, the Co-Founder of PCGS. 
 
Condition

Coins are graded on the Sheldon numeric grading scale of 1 to 70. To achieve the top grade 70, a coin must have no post-production imperfections under 5x magnification. In addition to the perfect numismatic grade of MS70 and the First Day of Issue designation, This coin is individually hand-signed by Master Designer Emily S. Damstra who has an impressive 40 credits at the United States and Royal Canadian Mints. Two of her designs have won the esteemed Coin of the Year (COTY) award. Her design was chosen by the United States Mint in 2021 for their new Type 2 American Silver Eagle, the most collected silver coin in the world. Emily has entered into an exclusive agreement with Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) to sign popular modern issue coins. Her sought-after signature adds another level of exclusivity and collectability to the top PCGS certified coins certified in MS70.

Collector Highlights
 
Flawless MS70 condition
First full year of production for new Type 2 design
Coveted First Day of issue Status
Signed by Emily S. Damstra
Low PCGS certified population
The most collected 1/4 ounce Gold Coin in the world