American Gold Eagle
With a purity of 91.67%, the popular American Eagle Gold Proof is minted in limited quantities. It contains a Fine Gold content of 1 troy oz and is commonly used in IRAs.
American Silver Eagle
The American Silver Eagle has been the official silver bullion coin of the United States since 1986. These 1-ounce .9993 fine silver coins are popular in the United States and Worldwide. Although minted in limited quantities, their demand has reached a feverish pitch with the increase in silver values over the last five years. Silver Eagles are also commonly used in IRAs.
The American Buffalo is a unique coin because it was the first large-scale circulation of a .9999 fine gold coin in the U.S. Mint’s history, after being authorized by Congress through the Presidential Coin Act of 2006. First minted in 2006, more than 300,000 coins were produced and sold that year.
Last minted in 1933, Indian heads are among the most popular numismatic coins used for investment purposes. Designed by famed engraver Augustus Saint-Gaudens and commissioned by President Roosevelt in 1907, the $10 Indian Head Gold Coin bears Lady Liberty’s profile, adorned in an Indian Headdress, on the front of the coin and portrays the iconic eagle on its reverse side.
The Liberty Head design made its debut in 1838. Coins of this style, with modifications, were struck through 1907 when the Saint-Gaudens’ Indian head appeared and then used intermittently through 1933. These coins weigh 1 Troy oz. with .900 fineness or 21.6 karats.
Following the gold confiscations in 1933, very few Liberty Head coins are still around. The $20 gold pieces were originally minted in very few denominations between 1849 and 1907 and because of their scarce supply they can make an excellent investment.
Saint Gaudens Double Eagle
Commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt, the $20 Double Eagle gold coin was named after its designer, Augustus Saint-Gaudens who passed away in 1907, the first year in which the coins were released. Roosevelt ended their production in 1933 when he outlawed all private ownership of gold.
Morgan Silver Dollar
Morgan Silver Dollars were minted from 1878 to 1921 and contain 90% silver. These have become the most popular coins for serious collectors in America!
Silver Peace Dollar
Silver Peace dollars were first minted in 1921, stopping in 1928 and resuming again in 1934 and 1935. A small amount is rumored to have been minted in 1965 but was unreleased and believed to have been melted. Rich with history, the Silver Peace Dollar is widely coveted by investors.
Canadian Gold Maple Leaf
The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the official bullion gold coin of Canada and is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. It is one of the purest gold regular-issue coins in the world with a gold content of .9999.
Canadian Silver Maple Leaf
The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is a series of silver bullion coins issued by Canada. The purity of the coin is 99.99% silver, the highest among other bullion coins which have a 99.90% standard. The program started in 1988 and is on-going today.
Chinese Gold Panda
The Chinese Gold Pandas are very popular worldwide with the iconic panda imagery the coins are so well known for. The coins range in denominations from 1/20 troy ounce to 1 troy ounce and were conceived by the People’s Republic of China in 1982.
Italian 20 Lire
Minted before the 1900s, these 20 Lire coins are scarce and are an excellent value for investors. Umberto, crowned King of Italy in 1878, served as the Duke of Savoy when his image first appeared on these coins. He ruled until his assassination in 1900.