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1879-O $10 Gold Liberty Population Report

Posted by | Monday, September 9, 2019 |

Mintage: 1,500 Total Population: 89 Smithsonian Example: AU55 Overall Rarity Rank: 2nd Production of Eagles ended at the New Orleans Mint in 1860 and did not resume until 1879. In 1879, only three denominations of coins were struck, silver dollars, Eagles, and Double Eagles. The 1879-O Eagle is an extremely popular issue with collectors because it is the first New Orleans Eagle struck with the motto “In God We Trust”. Only 1,500 Eagles were struck at the New Orleans Mint in 1879 and less than...

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The History of The Indian Head Quarter Eagle

Posted by | Tuesday, August 20, 2019 |

Beautiful, unique, and rare are all words that have been used to describe the $2.50 Indian Head Gold Piece. However, one must not forget the historic importance of a coin that may have not had even existed if it wasn't for the assassination of President William McKinley. President William McKinley On September 6, 1901, with a pistol in hand, a crazed anarchist named Leon Cozlosz fired two shots into the chest of President William Mckinley. On September 14, just two weeks after the shooting,...

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$10 Liberty Gold in MS64

Posted by | Monday, May 6, 2019 |

$10 Liberty gold coins in near-gem Mint State 64 condition are one of the best gold buys on the market right now. Not only do these coins have a large gold content, but the $10 Liberty gold coins are genuinely scarce in this high of a grade. With the extremely low premiums right now they are truly one of the best values in classic gold coins. Even the famous numismatist and co-founder of PCGS David Hall has said: "It’s almost like going out on the street and getting free gold.” If you look at...

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Proof 70 American Gold Buffalo

Posted by | Thursday, May 2, 2019 |

In 2006, the United States Mint introduced its first ever 24 karat .9999 fine gold coin, the Gold American Buffalo. Each year the United States Mint produces these highly popular coins in circulating bullion versions and a limited number of Proof versions of this classic design. The Gold American Buffalos have a face value of $50 and contain 1oz of pure 24 karat gold. However, in 2008, the United States Mint did issue Buffalos in 4 sizes, including the $50 one-ounce, the $25 half-ounce, the $10...

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