The Gold Austrian (or Vienna) Philharmonic coins are the best-selling coins in Europe with over 800 years of Austrian heritage. These were first introduced in 1989 and have been in production ever since. The Gold Vienna Philharmonic coins were minted to honor Austria's grand musical heritage.
The American Gold Eagle coin is considered legal tender in the United States with a face value of $10. Considered as one of the freest trading gold coins in the world today, it is fully guaranteed by the United States government.
Featuring China’s national symbol, the Giant Panda, the 1 oz Chinese Silver Panda coin features different panda images for different years. A beautifully designed coin with .999 Fine Silver purity, the Silver Panda has captured the hearts of investors and collectors around the world.
One of the most unique coins to ever be released by the U.S. Mint: the $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle is American history you can hold in your pocket. Graded in the Uncirculated designation as MS-63, this coin is a fantastic investment opportunity.
The Mexican pesos were first issued during the 1905 monetary reform. The coins bear the model of 'Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla', the Mexican hero who started the Mexican independence in September of 1810 and led to the 1910 revolution.
One of the most unique coins every minted by the U.S.: the $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle is part of the American innovative spirit! Pupil of famed Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Bela Lyon Pratt created one of the most beautiful coin in our history.
The Liberty Gold Eagle marked the return of the Eagle to circulation, which had left in 1804 when production was ended by President Jefferson due to the general population melting down the coins for their gold, as the coin had a discrepancy between gold content and the denomination.
Graded by the trusted Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC) as Mint State 63, the $5 Liberty Gold Eagle is considered to be in Choice Uncirculated condition: characterized by some distracting contact marks or blemishes, and a luster that may be impaired.
The $1 Face Value set of two Silver Franklin half dollars is an amazing representation of one of America's brightest inventors - Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States. The production of Franklin half dollar silver coins was halted once the Kennedy half dollars were introduced. This made the $1 face value set of Franklin Half dollars more desirable than before. The average circulation of Franklin half dollars can be dated back from 1948 to 1963. The design was created by John R. Sinnock.
GMRgold accepts orders over the phone as well as on this site. Do not hesitate to call us with questions, comments, or anything else you might need assistance with. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to helping you and providing you with the most pleasant precious metals buying experience.