February 23, 2013 Respond
The Australian Kangaroo was created in 2012 it weighs more than a ton and is the world’s most valuable and largest gold coin. It is just shy of 100% gold and is at a gold preice of $1,600 per ounce. Estimated value at $51 million.
The Flowing Hair Dollar which features Liberty with long flowing hair was minted in the late 18th Century and was sold in 2003 for $7.85 million
The 1933 Double Eagle was never circulation due to the gold confiscation of the 1930′s during the Great Depression. Most of the coins were melted down, but the ones that go out are estimated at $7.59 million.
Undoubtedly gold is a valuable asset to have and with the current dollar devaluation, smarter to have in the long run. Unfortunately, as history has shown with the value of 2 of these coins from confiscation during an economic crisis, protecting that gold is just as important as having it. Assessing its Merit and discovering its Goldline as part of its value. Then seek out reviews of gold IRA companies.
The Brasher Doubloon coin minted in 1787, was the first coin created for the United States as an official country and referred to by some as the beginning of the American economy. Last purchase value in 2011 was for $7.4 million.
The Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle coin is another that increased in value after the gold confiscation produced between 1907 and 1933, originally worth $20, its estimated value today is $3 million .
December 12, 2012 Respond
September 18, 2012 Respond
There was much excitement with gold investors when gold prices reached a record high of $1,900 an ounce in 2011. That record spawned predictions that gold would spike to $2500 an ounce by the end of that year and possibly reach $3,500 or more in 2012. For good reason, it seemed, as the economic recovery stalled yet again, the euro-zone debt crisis was at its zenith, and global stock markets had fallen. However, that trend has reversed since then, and gold has begun selling. What many speculators don’t know is that gold coins and bars are purchased at retail prices, but sold at wholesale prices, often at around a 20% discount. Ouch!…
February 18, 2012 Respond
November 11, 2011 Respond
1. Sovereign governments charge a small fabrication fee to mint gold coins, so gold bullion coins trade at a small premium over the actual spot gold price.
2. Rare coins carry a significant collector premium according to historical supply and demand, whereas gold bullion coin values fluctuate according to the current price of gold.
3. Purchased coins should be delivered within 10 to 14 days, however, mint delivery delays can occur and should be disclosed by the seller.…