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Numismatics Gold Coins

Numismatic gold coins help you protect your personal financial privacy. In this day and age, more and more Americans wish to preserve as much of their personal financial privacy as possible. Numismatic gold helps in this regard because numismatic gold coins require no broker reporting at the time of acquisition or liquidation. Nor are you required to provide your social security number when you purchase or sell numismatic gold. ( READ MORE BELOW COINS OFFERED)
Type 1 Gold Dollar
Type 2 Gold Dollar
Type 3 Gold Dollar
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The Type 1 Gold dollar was produced from 1849 to 1854. Composed of 90% pure gold, it was the smallest denomination of gold currency ever produced
In 1854 the US Mint issued the redesigned gold dollar with an increased diameter of 15 mm. The Type II Dollars are by far the rarest of the three types.
The type 3 gold dollar is virtually the same design as the type 2. but the head of the Princess, portrayed on the type 3 is considerably larger
$2.50 Liberty Head
$2.50 Indian Head
Three Dollar Gold
Liberty Head
Liberty Head
Indian Head
Indian Head
Three Dollar Gold
Three Dollar Gold
The Coronet design on the quarter eagle is unrivalled in the history of U.S. coinage as the longest uninterrupted use of a coin design without a major design alteration.
The Indian Head quarter eagle and its larger companion, the half eagle, stand out from all the rest of United States coinage because of their incuse designs and lettering.
This unusual denomination was created by the Mint Act of February 21, 1853, which authorized a three-dollar gold coin..
$5.00 Liberty Head
$5.00 Indian Head
$10.00 Liberty Head
Gold Liberty Head
Gold Liberty Head
Gold Indian Head
Gold Indian Head
Gold Liberty Head
Gold Liberty Head
The contemporary half eagle coin minted since 1839 and in use at the end of the war had been designed by Mint Engraver Christian Gobrecht.
Indian Head gold pieces are unlike any other coins produced before or since by Uncle Sam: Their designs and inscriptions are sunken below the surface.
The $10 eagle issued since 1866 was a continuation of the original design by Christian Gobrecht which was also used on the Quarter eagle.
$10.00 Indian Head
$20.00 Liberty Head
$20 St Gaudens
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Gold liberty head
Gold Liberty Head
Gold St Gaudens
Gold St Gaudens
The new gold coins of 1907 were the result of the unprecedented collaboration between a great sculptor, Augustus St. Gauadens and President, Theodore Roosevelt.
Liberty Head Double Eagle Type III (1877 – 1907) The denomination was suspended by President Roosevelt, after more than 174 million pieces were minted.
The Saint-Gaudens double eagle (1907 – 1933), or $20 gold piece, stands above the other US Coin designs as the single most magnificent coin in U.S. history.
Numismatic Gold coins offer buyers a wealth of features and benefits. In fact, there are many reasons why gold buyers should choose numismatic gold coins:

  • Numismatic gold provides security and peace of mind.
  • As hard assets, numismatic gold coins have historically provided their owners with a hedge against conditions which cause paper investments to decline in value. This was true during the Great Depression, during the high inflation of the 1970s and during the recent subprime real estate crisis.
  • Numismatic gold coins produce exceptional returns for their owners.
  • President Franklin Delano Roosevelt ended the regular minting of gold coins in the US way back in 1933. As a result, the supply of numismatic gold has been static—and even declining due to wear and loss—for decades, while demand has increased. Declining supply combined with increasing demand creates true appreciation potential.
  • Numismatic gold coins can help safeguard your gold holdings against government restrictions on gold ownership.
  • Many people do not realize that in the US, private ownership of gold is not considered a right. In fact, in 1933, during the regime of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a law was passed ordering all owners of gold to turn that gold into the US Treasury and it was illegal to own gold in the US from 1933 to 1974.
  • During this period, some Americans chose to own gold stored overseas and, in 1963, President John F. Kennedy issued an executive order declaring that illegal as well.
  • In 1974, gold was “legalized,” but the law that legalized private ownership of gold left it at the president’s discretion as to whether it would be in the best interests of the country to allow private citizens to hold gold and, at any time, by mere executive order, the president retains the authority to outlaw the private ownership of gold and confiscate the gold that is in private hands.
  • This is where the advantage of numismatic gold comes in to play. Numismatic gold coins in the past have been specifically exempted from the laws and regulations pertaining to gold confiscation. This makes them an extra-secure way to own gold.
  • Numismatic gold coins are a fabulous way to diversify your investment portfolio.
  • Just about everyone is familiar with the old saying “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” This axiom definitely applies to investing. Diversification is one of the keys to long-term success. The key to true diversification is to have a mix in your portfolio that do not share characteristics. Numismatic gold is especially useful because these coins tend to move independently of paper investments, such as stocks and bonds. This makes them a great way to diversify your portfolio.
  • Numismatic gold is liquid and marketable.
  • Because of sight-unseen trading of certified rare coins, numismatic gold is one of the most liquid collectable investments of all. And, with a network of dealers from coast to coast, major coin shows across America throughout the year and a large and growing collector base, numismatic gold coins are also marketable; in other words, you can usually find a buyer so that you don’t have to “take a bath” if you need to sell.
  • Numismatic gold has real, tangible value you can literally feel in your hand.
  • Unlike paper investments, no one can ever say of numismatic gold that it isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on. Since they were minted from real gold mined right here in America in previous centuries, each numismatic gold coin also has intrinsic value, no matter what happens to their numismatic, or collector, value.
  • Numismatic gold coins are easy to own and easy to move.
  • With numismatic gold coins, you can concentrate a great deal of wealth in a small package and, if necessary, transport that wealth discretely. Try that with other tangible assets, such as real estate, art, or even classic cars.
  • You do not have to be rich to own numismatic gold.
  • While there are many wealthy coin collectors and investors around the world, it is certainly not necessary that you have a great deal of accumulated wealth to own a nice collection or portfolio of numismatic gold coins. In fact, you can get started with just a few thousand dollars.
  • When you own numismatic gold, you own a beautiful, artistic piece of American history.
  • Each numismatic gold coin was created by skilled craftsmen and artisans during America’s formative years. Not only do those coins represent the history of the period in which they were manufactured, but they are also true works of art with majestic designs created by famed artists like Augustus Saint-Gaudens. There is almost no other asset category that offers this feature like numismatic gold.