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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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2009 Ultra High Relief

Posted by | Friday, April 26, 2019 |

The 2009 $20 Saint Gaudens Ultra High Relief gold coin is one the most iconic coins ever struck at the United States Mint. It's a coin that put the United States Mint's talents on display for not only the Nation but the entire world. This coin's unique ultra high relief strike and sheer beauty have made it one of the most beloved gold coins by collectors worldwide. This is definitely a must-have coin for any true collector.Many people believe this coin was made to commemorate the Ultra High...

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A Rare, Yet Affordable Coin from the Civil War

Posted by | Tuesday, April 16, 2019 |

Most of the 1861 $2.50 Gold coins you will come across feature what is called the "new reverse." In 1859 the reverse dies on the $2.50 Gold Liberties were changed slightly. Most of the coins struck between 1859 and 1861 were struck using this new reverse die. However, a small number of coins were struck using the old reverse dies. Hence the name "Old Reverse." Experts at PCGS estimate that there are less than 100 surviving examples of the 1861 $2.50 with the Old Reverse in all grades. Although...

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