Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint, the Gold Maple Leaf bullion coins have become a favorite among collectors and investors of the precious metal. The 2016 1/4 ounce Gold Maple Leaf is just the latest in the long line of popular coins.
The Kangaroo 1/4 oz is minted at the Perth Mint of Australia. The Perth Mint is among the top mints in the world and is known for the quality of its products. The Perth Mint changes the design of the 1/4 oz coin every year to make the coin look new and keep it still a demand for collectors as well. The newer designs of the kangaroo show the likeness of the animal in their native place.
This 2015 Gold Buffalo is the 10th year of the gold Buffalo series.American Buffalo gold bullion coins were the first .9999 fine gold coins struck by the U.S. Mint. All Buffalos are struck at the West Point Mint. The design is based on James Earle Fraser's beloved Indian Head/Buffalo Nickel.
A classic design of our countries lustrous minting history, the classic $2.50 Liberty Gold Quarter Eagle can be a welcome addition to any precious metals investment portfolio, or numismatic coin collection.
A close friend of President Roosevelt, the famed sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, was chosen to revive the Double Eagle's traditional design, which had not been changed since the coins inception in 1849. You'll own a piece of history with the $20 Augustus Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle.
The 2016 Gold Australian Kangaroo is the 29th year of the Kangaroo since the coin's inception in 1987. The coin is minted at the Perth Mint of Australia. The Perth Mint is among the top mints in the world and is known for the quality of its products.
After a thirty-four year hiatus, the Liberty Gold Eagle was introduced back into circulation in 1838, and is composed of 90% gold and contains .4838 troy ounces of gold. Graded by NGC as MS-63, the coin has added numismatic value!
The Indian Head Quarter Eagles represents a departure from all precedents in United States coinage. The Gold Coin features no raised edges, and the main devices and legends are in sunken relief below the surface of the coin--otherwise known as incuse design.
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