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What if you can hold history in your hands? Will you be able to leave it? How can you hold the history? Today thousands of people across America are collecting treasure coins from sunken ships, historic silver and gold coins from its nation’s past. Imagine owning a $20 gold coin from years 1849 – 1907, isn’t it incredible holding history in your palm?
These are the most popular gold coins in the world:
$1 Gold 1849-1889 – This type 1 dollar was the smallest regular issue U. S. gold coin. Struck at the Philadelphia mint in 90% Fine Gold.
$2.50 Indian 1908-1929 – The coin features a proud Native American and stoic American Eagle. It has incuse designs struck into the metal versus raised above the surface and it is the most intriguing U. S. coins ever issued. Struck in 4.18 Grams of 90% Fine Gold.
$2.50 Liberty 1840-1907 – This is the only gold piece with a fraction of a dollar in the denomination. This is struck in 90% gold.
$5 Liberty 1839-1907 – A 100 year old U.S. gold coin with its classic portrait of Lady Liberty. Secure your own now before the scarcity of supply.
$5 Indian 1908-1929 – The only incuse coins ever struck in U. S. history. Few were saved due to U. S. Treasury confiscation and subsequent meltdown during the Great Depression. Struck in 8.395 Grams of 90% Fine Gold
$10 Liberty 1838-1907- This big and heavy gold coins have nearly a half ounce of gold. For a number of years a $10 gold piece was worth more than a $10 banknote. Struck in 16.718 Grams of 90% Fine Gold.
$10 Indian 1907-1933 – A history artifact of the early 20th century. The obverse features Lady Liberty wearing an ornately feathered war bonnet. Extremely in fine condition with presentation case and a certificate of authenticity. Struck in 16.718 Grams of 90% Fine Gold.
$20 Liberty 1849-1907 – The largest gold coin for nearly 60 years, the chances of seeing this kind of coin is slim for average people who live in America during the latter half of the 19th century. Largest circulating U.S. gold coin.
$20 Saint Gaudens – The most beautiful and the most important U. S. gold coin ever struck. Millions of $20 Saint-Gaudens coins were melted and converted to gold bars when the U.S. went off the gold standard in the early 1930s. But you can still savor all of the rich detail of these historic $20 gold coins in Extremely Fine condition — more than 88 years from the time they fell from U.S. Mint’s presses in Denver. Low – mintage Denver Mint Coin, scarce. Nearly one troy ounce of pure gold.
Gold coin collection could be the safest available investment in today’s economic situation. Gold is the most sought – after valued element, it cannot be duplicated and extremely difficult to destroy once it has been refined. So, looking after your gold coin collection is important as the days pass by it will still be the most valued investment with highest promised returns.