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The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $5 Gold Eagles (Proof) series of American Eagles in the U.S. Coins contains 38 distinct entries with CPG® values between $346.00 and $417.00.
Proof $5 gold American Eagles have been produced since 1988 and are popular with both collectors and investors. The $5 gold eagle carries an obverse motif of Miss Liberty striding before a sunrise, as designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and made popular on $20 gold double eagles struck from 1907 through 1933. The reverse of the $5 gold American Eagle, depicting a family of eagles at their nest, was designed by Miley Busiek. Pieces struck from 1988 through 1991 are dated with Roman numerals, whereas those made since 1992 are dated using the more familiar Arabic digits.

The $5 eagle contains a tenth-ounce of pure gold and is the smallest gold bullion coin produced by the United States in terms of physical size. Proof examples trade for substantial premiums over spot value and thus are more actively pursued by numismatists than bullion investors, the latter of whom tend to seek gold bullion at lower prices over spot.

There are no significant rarities among the proof $5 gold eagles, all of which are readily available and about as common as any other proof specimen in the series, especially in grades of PR69 and lower. Some PR70 specimens command higher premiums than others, depending on the date. While collectors generally seek PR69 and PR70 $5 gold eagles, spotless examples in crisp government packaging also enjoy strong demand.

Catalog Detail

  $5 Gold Eagles (Proof) Value Range Favorite
$5 Gold Eagles (Proof) Value Range  
American Gold Eagle (AGE) $5 1/10 Ounce PR DCAM Type Coin
$346
-
$378
$346 - $378
1988-P $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1989-P $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1990-P $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$417
$346 - $417
1991-P $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$417
$346 - $417
1992-P $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1993-P $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1994-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404

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1995-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1996-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1997-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1998-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
1999-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$404
$346 - $404
2000-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2001-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2002-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2003-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2004-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2005-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2006-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2007-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2008-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2010-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411

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2011-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2012-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2013-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$411
$346 - $411
2014-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$391
$346 - $391
2015-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$391
$346 - $391
2016-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$391
$346 - $391
2017-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$391
$346 - $391
2018-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$391
$346 - $391
2019-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$378
$346 - $378
2020-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$378
$346 - $378
2021-W $5 Gold Eagle, Type 1 PR DCAM
$346
-
$378
$346 - $378
2021-W $5 Gold Eagle, Type 2 PR DCAM
$346
-
$378
$346 - $378
2022-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$378
$346 - $378
2023-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
-
 
2024-W $5 Gold Eagle PR DCAM
$346
-
$378
$346 - $378

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Greysheet Catalog Details

The Greysheet Catalog (GSID) of the $5 Gold Eagles (Proof) series of American Eagles in the U.S. Coins contains 38 distinct entries with CPG® values between $346.00 and $417.00.
Proof $5 gold American Eagles have been produced since 1988 and are popular with both collectors and investors. The $5 gold eagle carries an obverse motif of Miss Liberty striding before a sunrise, as designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and made popular on $20 gold double eagles struck from 1907 through 1933. The reverse of the $5 gold American Eagle, depicting a family of eagles at their nest, was designed by Miley Busiek. Pieces struck from 1988 through 1991 are dated with Roman numerals, whereas those made since 1992 are dated using the more familiar Arabic digits.

The $5 eagle contains a tenth-ounce of pure gold and is the smallest gold bullion coin produced by the United States in terms of physical size. Proof examples trade for substantial premiums over spot value and thus are more actively pursued by numismatists than bullion investors, the latter of whom tend to seek gold bullion at lower prices over spot.

There are no significant rarities among the proof $5 gold eagles, all of which are readily available and about as common as any other proof specimen in the series, especially in grades of PR69 and lower. Some PR70 specimens command higher premiums than others, depending on the date. While collectors generally seek PR69 and PR70 $5 gold eagles, spotless examples in crisp government packaging also enjoy strong demand.

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