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Buying Uncirculated Gold Coins

December 20th, 2009 admin Posted in Gold Coins No Comments »


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The concept of uncirculated gold coins has been around for quite some time. What this means is that the coin has never been circulated into the regular currency reserves which means that every single specimen is in mint condition.

For the sake of collectors, and for the maintaining of value, the United States Mint creates sets of coins every single printing which are to be sold off purely as uncirculated gold coins. Of course they do the same for all of their coins which means that one can go to their website and purchase a roll of any of the currently printed coins in uncirculated rolls or single sleeves. There are many different locations specializing in selling gold that also provide mint condition gold coins that have never entered general circulation.

It is important to point out the differences between a proof set and an uncirculated set of coins as there seems to be some misunderstanding about them. The proof sets are specifically minted with special qualities or extra work done to them before being sold off. In some cases an artist may hand paint the coins to make them look better, but to the true coin collector, it is the uncirculated coins which look the best.

The value of any coin is increased when it is in better condition and nothing is better then an uncirculated coin. Just because gold coins are already very valuable for the fact that they are composed of a precious metal, does not mean they are not worth more in mint condition. For the investor though, purchasing uncirculated gold coins means that you are going to get the best price for your money. In many cases the value of the coin being sold directly from the mint is based on the value of gold at the time of printing and not the current spot price. For an investor this is crucial especially when the value of gold is much higher then it was at the time of minting.

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Swiss Franc Gold Coins

December 12th, 2009 admin Posted in Gold Coins No Comments »

swiss-franc-gold-coinsIt was back in 1942 when the Swiss first struck a gold coin as legal tender internationally recognized. These coins were known as the Swiss Franc gold coin and were loved by collectors and gold investors anywhere around the globe. Today these coins are still being produced on an annual basis and collectors want to get their hands on them simply for their beauty.

At the same time, investors from around the globe love this small gold coin because it si so easy for them to hoard away stockpiles of gold. Before the Swiss Franc gold coin was introduced, it was already being minted under the name of the Swiss Miss series which had been available from 1897 until 1935. Today though, it is a piece of genuine legal tender in which every single coin contains no less then 0.1867 troy ounces of pure gold.

The obverse side of the coin depicts the Swiss Miss in the foreground and the Alps in the background. On the reverse you will find the date, denomination as well as the official Swiss Cross. They are very popular and recognized around the globe. Their small size and light weight makes them perfect for private collections where anyone is able to hold on to stockpiles of gold quietly and without having to report and purchase or sale in most countries.

While there are a number of gold coins being printed all over the world, most of them are a minimum of 1 troy ounce and some of them are as much as 1 kilogram in weight. Not all of these gold coins are considered to be legal tender, but the Swiss Franc gold coin is and has been considered to be the smallest gold coin in production today; anywhere in the world. It is a definite must have for any collector or investor of coins and precious metals.

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Russian Roubles Gold Coins

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russian-roubles-gold-coinsThe Russian Roubles gold coins are amazing collector’s items which is perfect for starting off anyone into the world of gold investing. It is a 10 ruble coin that features the Imperial Coat of arms and the seal of 'His Tsarist Majesty which depicts a two headed eagle with three crowns on the reverse. This depiction represents the two Tartar kingdoms and the Russian realm. The eagle has a shield depicting a horseman and a dragon on its chest which has made it very popular amongst British coin collectors and investors.

While this original coin may no longer be made, its successor is known as the Soviet chervonetz and is still widely available. The chervonetz was introduced in 1923 under the rule of the Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic. The previously mentioned coin was introduced by Tsar Nicholas II back in 1898 and up until he and his family were brutally murdered more then a year after stepping down as ruler of Russia.

Later on, the rouble gold coin would resurface in another form as a means of competing against the popular Krugerrand as an internationally accept gold bullion coin. When this later form was released under British Sovereign, an act in US congress made it available for Americans to finally purchase this coin which saw a leap of the gold prices from a mere $40 per ounce, all the way up to more then $200.

The Russian Rouble is definitely a beautiful coin which today is only available through the second hand market. It has been attributed to the increased value of gold world wide during the mid 1900’s and today is a highly sought after collectible by coin collectors as well as investors of gold and other precious metals, world wide. This is definitely one coin anyone will want to get their hands on if they should happen across one.

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St. Gauden’s Double Eagle Gold Coin

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St-gaudens-gold-double-eagle-gold-coinFrom the years 1907 up until 1933, the U.S. Mint produced a twenty dollar gold coin known as the St. Gaudens Double Eagle. The St. Gaudens Double Eagle gold coin is named after the designer who originally sculpted both the obverse as well as reverse sides of the coin.

On the obverse side of the St. Gaudens Double Eagle gold coin, you will find Lady Liberty holding on to the Torch of Freedom as well as an olive branch. In the background there is also the U.S. Capitol. On the reverse side there is a bald eagle which is flying past the sun. As with most American coins, the lettering 'E Pluribus Unum' can be found; along the edge with the standardized American Stars.

This particular gold coin weighs in at just over a troy ounce and is 2 millimeters in thickness. The composition of this particular coin though is only 90% gold with the remaining portion being that of copper. The gold itself weighs in at 0.9675 troy ounces.

The development of the St. Gaudens Double Eagle gold coin was as a result of Theodore Roosevelt’s effort to make the American coins more beautiful and as such hired Augustus St. Gaudens to overhaul the existing designs. Before he passed away he had managed to finish this one coin as well as the Indian Eagle coin. It is considered by many as one of the best designs in history and today the double eagle is found as the standard for all American gold bullion coins printed by the mint.

The St. Gaudens Double Eagle gold coin has a lot of history and even went through many different design changes before finalizing the design. Luckily for investors out there, some of the flawed designs along the way made it into circulation making them some of the most sought after coins from anywhere around the globe.

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Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins

December 10th, 2009 admin Posted in Gold Coins No Comments »

Austrian-Philharmonic-gold-coinA popular choice amongst both coin collectors from around the world as well as those wanting to invest in gold bullion is that of the Austrian Philharmonic gold coins. These particular gold coins are just as popular as the Krugerrands and are made available in the same market. They are also available for anyone to pick up on the second-hand market as well.

This is just like many of the legal tender gold coins that are available today in that they can be purchased directly through the mint in uncirculated fashion, or they can be purchased as previously owned gold bullion. Unlike the Kruerrands, the Austrian Philharmonic gold coin brings a much higher premium price when available on the second-hand market due to its collectible value.

The obverse side of this coin features the Vienna Musikverein Concert Hall which is home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. There is also a stamped face value of the coin in Euros, the year of minting as well as its purity and eight. Some of the older versions which can be found on the second-hand market depict a value in shillings rather then in Euros.

On the reverse side of the Austrian Philharmonic gold coin, one can find an entire array of musical instruments that one would find utilized in the orchestra. This of course is to keep along with the theme of the coin; the philharmonic orchestra.

It is a one ounce 99.99% pure 22-karat gold bullion coin that is 37 millimeters in diameter. It is also 2 millimeters in thickness which makes the Austrian Philharmonic gold coins slightly larger then the Krugerrand or the Gold Eagle coins. They make an interesting choice for any coin collector, musical enthusiast or the gold investor in anyone; and are a perfect choice for someone who is just starting off in investing in gold.

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American Buffalo Gold Coins

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american-buffalo-gold-coinsThe American Buffalo gold coins are made of 24-karat gold and printed under the Presidential $1 Coin Act. It features design work by James Earle Fraser, who was a student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the artist who developed the popular Double Eagle design.

On the obverse of the American Buffalo gold coins, one will find a Native American depiction featuring two Indians known as Chief Iron Tail and Chief Two Moons. On the reverse side of the coin is the depiction of an American Buffalo which was sculpted based on Black Diamond, an American Buffalo that was a very popular attraction at the New York Zoological Gardens.

Originally printed back in 1913, this coin is still popular amongst many coin collectors and gold investors from around the globe. There were two variations of this particular coin in which the first one depicted the water buffalo on a mound, while in the second variation it is standing on flat ground.

These were the very first gold coins to ever be struck at the US Mint and today are still available in limited quantities. They are 99.99% fine 24-karat gold and today are made available at a heft price tag of $50 or more; depending upon the dealer selling them. They are also considered to be legal tender in the US, but no one would go around trying to use them as such.

The American Buffalo gold coins make a perfect investment irregardless of whether you are a coin collector or even if you are a gold and other precious metals investor. No matter how you look at it, these are definitely some stunning examples of why gold has and will continue to be a cherished metal to all generations. If you have never before collected or invested in precious metals, then this particular coin is definitely a great place to start.

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2010 Australian Kangaroo Gold Coins

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2010-australian-kangaroo-gold-coinThe 2010 Australian Kangaroo gold coins are minted in the Perth Mint and are considered to be one of the most popular choices amongst both coin collectors as well as gold investors from around the world.

It was first introduced back in 1986 and features 99.99% fine gold composition. Every year since its introduction, the design of the kangaroos have changed slightly making it a much sought after coin by collectors everywhere. The coin itself has two unique features which sets it apart from many others in the world. The first is that each coin makes use of a two-tone frosted look that makes each coin look awe inspiring. The second is that it is the only gold coin featuring a gold nugget on the reverse side.

Of course this gold nugget reverse design was short-lived because to the rest of the world it just looked like clumps of dirt as a result, in 1988, the Australian Kangaroo gold coins started to feature a different depiction of kangaroos on the reverse. But not only do these coins come in the standard 2 ounce size, but it also comes in a 10 and 32 ounce design. The later is a kilogram in weight which makes it one of the most valuable gold coins currently available today. As a result, a large majority of the larger sizes have been imported into the US where many collectors quickly sweep them up year after year.

Irregardless of whether you are a collector of coins or just want to invest in gold, the new 2010 Australian Kangaroo gold coins are a clear and obvious choice. They are simply stunning to look at and they feature some of the largest available bullion coins that one can buy anywhere today. Just imagine owning a single coin of pure gold that weighs in at a kilo in weight.

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2010 Olympic Gold Coins and More

December 5th, 2009 admin Posted in Gold Coins No Comments »

canada-olympic-gold-coin-2010Olympic gold coins are highly prized and very rare gold coins specially minted every 4 years for the Olympics. Unique designs and beautiful details make these coins very collectable. Capturing the spirit of the Olympics, these gold Olympic coins have been as much a tradition of the games as lighting the torch.

This year the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Gold Coins are both stunningly beautiful and extremely valuable. Investing in these gold bullion coins will make for a valuable and prized asset as well as a stunning addition to your collection. Originally minted in 2009 the special edition olympic gold maple leaf coins are perhaps some of the most beautiful commemorative olympic coins ever produced. With a $50 face value, .9999 troy ounces of pure gold, and brilliantly colored maple leaf on one side and an engraved hockey player (Canada's national sport) on the other, these coins are as eye catching as they are beautiful!

Throughout the years, beautiful coins have been produced from the commemorative 1980 russian gold coins, the 1998 Japanese Nagano gold coin set, to the amazing and legendary 1984 Moscow Olympics gold coins. Just owning a single piece of this world history that brings nations together and celebrates the human spirit and ability to achieve the impossible makes these coins not only good investments since they will always be valuable, rare, and highly collectible- but also stunning additions to any coin collection.

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