Rare Coins

Rare Precious Metal Coins

Buy rare coins such as Liberty Head gold coins, Indian Head 5 dollar gold coin and St. Gaudens to add significant value and diversification to your portfolio. Also silver Morgan Silver Dollar coins and Peace Dollar silver coins plus a variety of foreign coins are always good to add to your collection.

Liberty Head Gold Quarter Eagle 1840 $2.50


Rare coins are ones which are no longer produced or only minted in small quantities. There are two different aspects which have an effect on rare coin values, the price of the gold or silver itself and the increased value created by supply and demand. Most rare coins are no longer in production so the quantity available on the open market is limited. This means that the rare coin value will increase as the availability becomes less. It is not uncommon for the price of rare gold coins to increase when the spot price of gold is decreasing. This is why rare precious metal coins can be an excellent way to diversify and enhance your portfolio.


St Gaudens Ultra High Relief Double Eagle


Rare precious metal coins are less volatile because they are not an electronically traded fund. If you invest in rare coins you must take physical possession of them and because they cannot be bought and sold by the click of a button this creates much greater stability. These assets are one of the very few remaining in the US which require no disclosure to the IRS when either buying or selling.  Also, there are generally no restrictions as to the amount you are allowed to travel abroad with. The most popular precious metal rare coins in the US are the Morgan Silver Dollar, Gold Indian Head coins, Liberty Head, St. Gaudens, French 20 Franc, Swiss 20 Franc, British Sovereign.

Indian Head Half Eagle Recessed Design 1909


Buying gold or silver rare coins and having them delivered to your home is a very popular option. For reasons of storage and security if you prefer to have your precious metal coins stored for you in a secure facility then this can be done for you. There is a small annual fee for this service but this way you do not have any shipping charges.

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