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 Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the official gold bullion coin of Canada, and the 1 oz Gold Maple Leaf is the most common denomination. One of the purest gold bullion coins ever produced, this common date version will add some shine to your portfolio.
The 1/10 ounce Gold American Eagle is the 30th release in this exciting series since the gold and silver bullion program came back into effect 1986. This gold coin is a beautiful addition to any and every portfolio!
Authorized by Congress in 1985 and first minted in 1986, American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins are minted according to the durable, 22-karat standard established for circulating gold coinage 350 years ago. Each coin contains its full, stated weight of pure gold, which by law, must be taken from newly mined sources in America. The balance consists of silver and copper, added to increase the coin's durability.
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.
One of the most popular gold numismatic coin in the market, the $20 Liberty Gold Double Eagle, first minted in 1849: is a brilliant addition to the artistry, and history of the United States Mint. Great condition, great value--that's the GMR difference.
In XF (Extremely Fine) condition, the $5 Liberty Gold Eagle is considered to have very light wear which is noticeable, but is not considered significant.
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.
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