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Should I buy Bullion or Rare Collectable Coins?

Posted by | Tuesday, November 8, 2016 |

Should I buy Bullion or Rare Collectable Coins?Many people who enter the coin market believe you should either strictly buy bullion coins or buy rare coins. In their mind there is simply no in between. However, the most successful people in this market actually have both. How much of each is a topic we will save for later and its something that really has to be looked at on a case-by-case basis.Many people who enter the coin market believe you should either strictly buy bullion coins or buy...

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New Orleans With Motto Eagle Short Set

Posted by | Thursday, November 3, 2016 |

The New Orleans With Motto Eagle “Short Set” is an interesting and completable set perfect for both novice and experienced U.S. Gold collectors. This set consists of the $10 gold coins, known as eagles, produced at the New Orleans mint from 1888 to 1906.In total there are eleven coins included in this set, all of which are legitimately scarce coins but none of them are “too rare.” Some U.S. Gold coin sets contain coins that are extremely rare and are nearly impossible to locate and acquire,...

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1904-O $10 Gold PCGS MS 63

Posted by | Wednesday, May 25, 2016 |

Mintage: 108,950Total Population: 1224MS63 Population: 124Smithsonian Example: MS 60The 1904-O eagle has an original mintage of 108,950 coins. However, just over 1% of that original mintage is known to have survived today. This is typically seen in AU55 to MS62, but becomes quite scarce in MS63 and MS64 grades. NGC and PCGS have only certified 124 coins in MS 63 grade and only 30 coins are known better.This particular coin is one of the nicest examples we have ever seen. It is a coin with true...

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2008-W $25 Platinum Eagle Burnished

Posted by | Friday, May 6, 2016 |

In 2008 the West Point Mint in New York struck just 4,476 $25 Burnished Platinum American Eagles. However, of that number only 2,481 coins made it past quality control and into the hands of the public yielding an unusually high 45 percent scrap rate.The 2008-W $25 Platinum Eagle with the Judicial design reverse is one of only three $25 Burnished Platinum Eagles ever struck. Most importantly, with its extremely low mintage of 2,481 coins, it is the lowest minted $25 Platinum Eagle in history.The...

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