Trump 2020 Gold-Plated Coin Review ⚠️ SCAM OR LEGIT?

In an effort to further secure his electoral campaign, Trump has pledged to mint a coin in gold and silver for every state. The coins would have the U.S. seal on one side while featuring the other side displaying a current political party logo.

The first issue of Trump’s golden coin was unveiled at the United States Mint’s National Platinum and Palladium Show in New Orleans, Louisiana on August 15, 2018. The announcement of the coin was made by Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin at a press conference during which he announced that all coins will be produced under federal regulations.

The Trump golden dollar has been suggested as a possible name for the new currency due to its similarity with other currencies such as the American eagle dollar. However, there was no official announcement as of August 20, 2018.

The second issue of Trump’s golden coin was unveiled at the United States Mint’s National Platinum and Palladium Show in New Orleans, Louisiana on September 7, 2018.[5] The announcement of the coin was made by Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin at a press conference during which he announced that all coins will be produced under federal regulations.

According to an article published by LEX 18 News where the coins will be called the Trump Dollar, the gold coin will feature a portrait of Donald Trump on one side while featuring an eagle holding a shield with US flag on the other.

The third issue of Trump’s golden coin was unveiled at the United States Mint’s National Platinum and Palladium Show in New Orleans, Louisiana on October 13, 2018. The announcement of the coin was made by Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin at a press conference during which he announced that all coins will be produced under federal regulations.

According to an article published by LEX 18 News where the coins will be called the Trump Dollar, the gold dollar has been suggested as a possible name for the new currency due to its similarity with other currencies such as American eagle dollars and silver dollars. However, there was no official announcement as of October 15, 2018.

As of January 2019, the Trump gold coin has sold out.

“We have had some great responses to the Trump gold coin and we are hoping that our third issue will be available soon. We plan on releasing all of them in a very limited quantity at retail,” said Keith Frazier, President and CEO of The Gold Reserve Company stated.

For 2017, Trump has issued a gold and silver bullion coin that is worth $10 in gold coins for each one dollar in U.S. dollars. The coins were minted by the United States Mint with the money supposedly going to help pay for the costs associated with commemorative coins and events related to Trump’s presidential campaign.

The designs of both American Eagle Dollars are based on images of President Donald J. Trump which can be found on his website: https://www.donaldjtrump.com/.

Trump’s gold coins have a current face value of $10 each and are made out of .9999 fine silver and weighing 45 grams (1 troy ounce). The design for the coin has been created by Wessco Metals Inc. in Massachusetts. A total of three versions were released with different designs that included:

The first version is actually called the Trump Gold Eagle Dollar while the second one was simply called “Eagle Dollar”.

The third version is called the Trump Silver Eagle Dollar while the fourth one was simply called “Eagle Dollar” with a difference in its design. The fourth coin featured a different eagle as it was supposed to be one of Donald’s grandchildren.

According to an article published by MintNews, there will be 30 gold and 25 silver coins made out of .9999 fine silver which are likely going to cost $10 each (the same price as for 2016). Each coin has the image of Donald Trump on one side while featuring the American Eagle Dollar’s eagle along with an image of a person holding a shield. In addition, each coin is made out of .9999 fine silver weighing 45 grams (1 troy ounce).

In order to validate its status as legal tender, the coins will have to be traded for gold and/or silver bullion at banks. The coins are also designed by Shannon Rose Designs and were sold through GSI Platinum Bullion in Colorado.

The second version of Trump’s gold coin was unveiled at the United States Mint’s National Platinum and Palladium Show in New Orleans, Louisiana on October 18, 2018.[10] The announcement of the coin was made by Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin during a press conference with members from GSI Platinum Bullion. During his speech, Mnuchin also announced that all coins will be produced under federal regulations which means that only those who qualify as U.S citizens can purchase them (which is all United States citizens).

The third version of Trump’s gold coin was unveiled at the United States Mint’s National Platinum and Palladium Show in New Orleans, Louisiana on October 20, 2018. The announcement of the coin was made by Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin during a press conference with members from GSI Platinum Bullion. During his speech, Mnuchin announced that all coins will be produced under federal regulations which means that only those who qualify as U.S citizens can purchase them (which is all United States citizens).

According to an article published by MintHub, the coins will be called “Trump Silver Eagle Dollars”. They will be produced in a limited quantity of 1,000 each.

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