How to Buy Gold - Where to Buy Gold
American Gold Eagle Coin
Where do You Buy Gold
Collecting gold has become all the rage these days. It's fun, not as expensive as you may think, and gold retains its value pretty much forever!
Investing in gold futures stock is risky and you don't get to hold the coins in your hand. If you are rich enough, gold stocks may be a good plan. But for the common investor in gold or coin collector, stock has very little value. Gold and silver coins come in small denominations that are easy to afford.
Money comes in many forms and the best forms are the gold proof coins produced by the U. S. Mint. They are made of 22 karat pure American gold. Far from being ordinary money, they are a collector's dream to own and look at.
Canada and Mexico has some relatively inexpensive gold coins that may be bought and sold through coin collectors, coin dealers and even on eBay. Gold coins make great gifts for children and grandchildren and may become a tradition in the family.
American Gold Eagle Reverse
How to buy Gold Coins
From the U. S. Mint:
"Production of United States Mint American Eagle Gold Proof and Uncirculated Coins has been temporarily suspended because of unprecedented demand for American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins. Currently, all available 22-karat gold blanks are being allocated to the American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin Program, as the United States Mint is required by Public Law 99-185 to produce these coins “in quantities sufficient to meet public demand . . . .”
The United States Mint will resume the American Eagle Gold Proof and Uncirculated Coin Programs once sufficient inventories of gold bullion blanks can be acquired to meet market demand for all three American Eagle Gold Coin products. Additionally, as a result of the recent numismatic product portfolio analysis, fractional sizes of American Eagle Gold Uncirculated Coins will no longer be produced.
As you can see, the Mint cannot keep up with the demand! So visit the Mint frequently and buy as much as you can when the gold is available. They run out of gold fast and silver is quickly sold out as well.
Buy gold coins here!
- The United States Mint
Get your coins from the original producer, the United States Mint. They have the latest and best prices available. It's very easy to get high quality proof coins and uncirculated coins that only appreciate in value. Plus all coins come with COA's
The 1913 Liberty Head Nickel
Buy this nickel for 3.8 Million Dollars!
Yes, that's right! Million with a capitol M! The 'Olsen' 1913 Liberty Head Nickel just sold for $3,737,500.00! This coin is famous. It was featured on an episode of Hawaii Five-O and is only one of 5 known specimens of this five cent piece.
People have been known to find gold coins dropped once upon a time out in the fields. A friend of mine found a $20 gold coin while visiting the site of a dam being built. The coin was just laying in the stirred up dirt. He sold it for several hundred dollars.
Gold coins are bought and sold on eBay and Amazon along with other collectible coins. There is no reason not to get started right now collecting valuable and rare coins!
Buy gear with gold and silver coin décor.
- The 1913 Liberty Head Nickel & American Gold Eagle : Money, Treasure, Coin Collecting, and Numis
Money, Treasure, Coin Collecting, Numismatics! Get a Numismatic Clock. Wear a coin collector's T-shirt! Get a 1913 Liberty Head Nickel or an American Gold Eagle display item! T-shirt currency! Money and gold bullion photos on a mug!
More ways to buy and sell silver and gold:
When and How to Buy Gold
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