With 2022 only seven weeks away (no, I don’t know where 2021 went either…), APMEX and other Authorized Purchasers of products from the United States Mint have now begun pre-orders for 2022 American Eagle coins. The 2022 Eagles from APMEX are both the silver and gold including the fractional gold coins. Orders placed now will be shipping in early January 2022 when the coins arrive to the Oklahoma City-based company from the Mint.
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As a reminder to new collectors who have not purchased bullion coins before, a few notes. First, these coins, like the Uncirculated and Proof versions offered by the Mint, are all the same designs and specifications. It really comes down to the finish on the coin. Bullion coins, which bare no Mint Mark but are produced in West Point, will have a slightly shinier look them versus the Uncirculated with its Burnished finish. The Burnish finish is a technique the Mint uses to give the Uncirculated coins a more matte finish. You can read about the process in this article.
The one ounce silver 2022 American Eagle is currently listed by APMEX at the following prices (as of 11/9/2021):
|1 – 19||$34.51||$34.68||$35.95|
|20 – 99||$34.01||$34.18||$35.43|
|100 – 499||$33.51||$33.68||$34.91|
Meanwhile, the 2022 gold American Eagle bullion coins are priced below, again, as of today (11/9/2021):
|1 – 9||$1,950.99||$1,960.79||$2,032.28|
|10 – 19||$1,945.99||$1,955.77||$2,027.07|
|20 – 99||$1,940.99||$1,950.74||$2,021.86|
As indicated, these coins are currently available to pre-order and will ship upon arrival to APMEX. Currently, the company is anticipating shipment to happen January 11, 2022 but that could vary based on when the bullion coins arrive from the United States Mint.
Also note that the company has a wide range of coins available. The prices above are for the raw coins but they will also be offering PCGS and NGC graded coins (usually with First Strike designations) as well. You can follow this link to get all the details on all the 2022 Eagles they will be offering.