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Could Platinum Increase 700% Over the Next Decade?

Posted by | Thursday, July 5, 2018 |

Platinum is a rare metal, 30 times rarer than gold and yet it is still the third most traded precious metal in the world. Historically, gold trades at around 80% of platinum prices but in today's market platinum is trading for less than gold. This is a tremendous buying opportunity as history tells us that it won't stay that way for long. But it's not just history telling us platinum prices should trend higher over the next five years, the supply and demand forecast points strongly to higher...

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Attractive Low-Minted Platinum Eagles See Increased Demand

Posted by | Wednesday, June 6, 2018 |

From 2006 to 2008, the United States Mint offered a second numismatic version of the American Platinum Eagle. These coins were referred to as collectible uncirculated versions, although many collectors refer to them as Burnished Platinum Eagles. These coins were sold directly by the US Mint to collectors in a fashion similar to the collectible proof coins. The unexpected and somewhat obscure offering experienced low sales, which translated into attractively low mintages. The collectible...

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The Last $10 Gold Coin Struck At The New Orleans Mint!

Posted by | Tuesday, May 22, 2018 |

The 1906-O eagle is the last $10 gold coin ever struck This date is much more scarce than many individuals, including dealers, realize. In fact, it is actually the scarcest 20th century $10 gold coin struck at the New Orleans Mint. As a company we have very few opportunities to purchase 1906-O $10 gold pieces, even in lower grades. When we are fortunate enough to locate one, it typically sells very quickly. It’s been since June of 2016 since a MS-61 example was seen in a public auction! The...

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Rare Double Eagle Sells For More Than $200,000

Posted by | Monday, May 14, 2018 |

Proof $20 Liberty Head gold coins, known as double eagles, have always been a favorite of affluent collectors and investors of original U.S. gold coins. At the Central States Numismatic Show, an 1883 double eagle certified by PCGS in Proof 64 Deep Cameo sold at auction for $204,000. A significant sale considering the last 1883 double eagle in PCGS Proof 64 Deep Cameo sold for $158,625 in August 2014. Much like the famous 1895 Morgan dollar, which is known only through proof strikes, no 1883...

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