What Are Your Gold Coins Worth?

Sometimes, when you look at your prized collection of coins you’ve collected over many years, you find yourself asking, "What are my gold coins really worth?"

As the value of gold, and even silver, increases in value and the rarity of your coins increase, especially if you have collected those of a limited mintage or older, rarer coins in near perfect condition, it is very likely that your coin collection will have increased in value quite satisfactorily. This is true provided of course that you have kept your coins in the same condition as when they were first purchased. Never taking them out of their sealed packaging so they do not get damaged or, in the case of silver, tarnished is a very important factor in valuation. Furthermore, never cleaning them and keeping them out of direct sunlight is critical to valuation.

There are various sites you can go to get a good idea of the value of your coins. Often, precious metals firms like GMR Gold.com offer free no evaluations of coin portfolios for their clients. This provides clients comfort in knowing they can identify the value of their portfolio easily with little to no hassle. One can also check out the various coin auctions to see what the same coins are fetching on the open market. This can be risky and should only be done for purposes of a brief overview, not a detailed way of getting super accurate valuations.

We advise our clients to get a valuation on a regular basis - meaning at least once a year. This is a good idea for insurance purposes among other reasons. This way, one can get a valuation from a registered coin dealer who will give you a written official result. Whatever you do, it is safe to say that the answer to the question, "What’s my gold coin worth?" is more about, "how often can I have the folks at GMR Gold.com provide me valuations?" And that answer is easy… Call or email us today if we can help. We stand ready to serve you.

Remember - “Take care of your money and your money will take care of you.”