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Kinds of American Gold Coins

Updated on March 12, 2011

There are various kinds of American gold coins which catch ones attention and interest whether you’re a collector or an investor. American Gold Coins can be purchased both online and offline from various metal dealers. So far, we find online methods to be beneficial for ease of finding information, comparing prices and seeing an array of impressive selections. Below are the selections of American Gold Coins that can be found online:

The American Liberty Gold Coin

Minted from 1838 to 1907, this coin is undeniably one of the rarest American Gold Coins. The factor of this coin besides its actual value is its scarcity. Collectors or investors, who can own or even just touch this American Liberty Gold coin, are considered fortunate and lucky to many people. On the coin’s reverse, you can see a Miss Liberty who is looking to the left. Meanwhile, on its obverse, you can see an eagle spreading its wings with a shield on its chest.

The American Eagle Gold Coin
The American Eagle Gold Coin

The American Eagle Gold Coin

Collectors or investors can’t go wrong in choosing to buy this coin. Because this coin offers an assurance from the American government of its purity, content and weight. It is undoubtedly considered one of the world’s leading coins for investments. Thus, this coin is one of the most popular American Gold Coins. On its reverse, a tierce or male eagle is carrying an olive branch over its nest containing the hen-eagle and its hatchling eagles can also be seen. Meanwhile, on its obverse, you can see a lady liberty holding an olive branch in her one hand and a torch in the other.

The American Indian Head Gold Coin

This coin, which is minted from 1907 to 1933, is considered extremely beautiful and rare by both collectors and investors. You are very lucky to own this kind of American Gold Coin. On its obverse, you can see an Indian head that is commonly been describe as an “Indian princess”. And on its reverse, only value of the coin and date released can be seen.

The American Buffalo Gold Coin

Released in 2006, this American gold coin is highly revered because it is the first pure American gold coin to be released. Thus, there were various claims that this coin was only released just to compete with the countries’ gold coins that were selling more than the American Eagle Gold coins. At the back of the coin, you can see the common “In God We Trust” quote to the left of its head.

These are just few of the many American Gold Coins that are worth collecting or investing in. But if you want to look at or explore more of the other American gold coins, then we highly recommend visiting some online resources. Many are reliable sources of American Gold Coins combined with offering a great selection of choices. Just search for the coin that you’re looking for with a reliable online retailer and you can own that American Gold Coin you have always wanted.

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    Tony McGregor 

    7 years ago from South Africa

    I found this very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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    Tony

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