Declare gold or silver bullion as a monetary instrument when traveling internationally?

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Hi superlative, welcome to the forum. :wave:

As I understand it, you need to declare gold eagles with FinCen 105 (if the value* exceeds $10,000), you need to declare gold bullion (bars) with the Census Bureau Form 7525-V, “Shipper’s Export Declaration” (if the value exceeds $2,500) and/or the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Declaration Form 6059B.

It's still not clear to me whether or not the "value" for gold eagles is face value or bullion value (for the FinCen 105 form). Also not clear is whether you need to execute a form 7525-V (and/or 6059B) for gold eagles (in addition to a possible FinCen 105).
 
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