Gold Coins
    • 1 oz American Gold Buffalo Coin (2019)

      93,611.48

      2019 American Gold Buffalo Coins are the only bullion coins struck by the United States Mint that contain 1 troy ounce of 24K gold (.9999 purity). Investors choose Gold Buffalo coins because they are immediately recognized around the world as uniquely American and valuable.

      American Gold Buffalo coins are IRA-eligible and guaranteed by the U.S. government. They are legal tender with a face value of $50 just like the American Gold Eagle. But unlike the Gold Eagle that is 22K and minted to be stronger to withstand circulation, the Gold Buffalo was introduced in 2006 to meet rising demand for pure 24K investment coins.

      The design of the American Gold Buffalo Coin is based on the iconic 5-cent coin the “Buffalo Nickel” (also known as “Indian Head” nickel) created by noted American sculptor James Earle Fraser in 1913. Fraser, a student of legendary sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens the designer of $10 and $20 eagle and double eagle coins, gained international recognition for producing works that captured the native beauty of the American West. None is more recognized than the “Buffalo Nickel” brought to life today in the 2019 American Gold Buffalo Coin.

      The front of the Gold Buffalo coin, features the profile of a Native American Chief, 2019 year-date, and an “F” for Fraser. The profile is based on a composite of three different chiefs: Chief Iron Tail of the Lakota Sioux, Chief Two Moons of the Cheyenne, and Chief Big Tree of the Seneca Nation.

      The back of the coin features a majestic American Bison along with purity, weight, and official U.S. government markings. Contrary to popular belief, this is actually a specific bison who inhabited the New York Central Park Zoo in the 1910s. His name was Black Diamond, and Fraser reportedly needed an assistant to keep the bison distracted in order to get the perfect angle for the illustration.

      The rich history of the Gold Buffalo Coin makes it a perfect complement to the discerning investor’s gold position.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 32.7 mm
      Thickness: 2.95 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: $50.00
    • 1 oz American Gold Buffalo Coin (Common Date)

      93,594.89

      The 1 oz American Gold Buffalo Coin an outstanding .9999 fine gold coin. Its design is based on the historic Indian Head nickel. But unlike the nickel, this 24-karat gold coin has a face value of $50 and is backed by the United States government.

      What does Common Date mean? These 1 oz American Gold Buffalos are circulated coins (i.e. pre-owned). The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. These affordable coins may have signs of wear but the value of their gold content is not diminished.

      The obverse features the profile of an American Indian, dating back to the original 1913 James Earle Fraser design. Fraser explains the profile as a composite of three different chiefs, each being from one of the American tribes, Big Tree, Iron Tall and Two Moons.

      On the reverse is a majestic American Bison. Contrary to popular belief, this is actually a specific bison who inhabited the New York Central Park Zoo in the 1910s. His name was Black Diamond, and Fraser reportedly needed an assistant to keep the bison distracted in order to get the perfect angle for the illustration.

      The rich history of this coin makes it a perfect complement to the discerning investors gold position.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 32.7 mm
      Thickness: 2.95 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: $50.00
    • 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin (2019)

      93,027.27

      The 2019 1 oz American Gold Eagle coin is guaranteed by the United States government as legal tender. Although it is marked with a face value of $50 USD, it is in fact valued at the current market price of its gold content, which is much higher. The American Gold Eagle coin is a popular choice for precious metal investors due to its beauty and its exacting craftsmanship.

      American Eagle gold coins are minted exclusively from gold mined in the United States. The coins are comprised of 22 karat gold, which makes them durable and their stamp is guaranteed by the US government. They are exceedingly tradable and one of the most reliable investments. Furthermore, they are exempt from IRS 1099B Brokerage reporting, which make them a sound choice for a precious metal IRA.

      The coins were brought back into production because of the Bullion Coin Act of 1985. The American Gold Eagle coin was first publically sold in 1986. They have quickly become the most popular bullion coin in the world and more than 12 million have been minted and sold.

      Their design is based upon one originally commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt in an attempt to equal the exquisiteness of Ancient Roman and Greek coins. One side features Lady Liberty with an olive branch and a torch in her hands, while the obverse side is stamped with a male eagle carrying home an olive branch to a waiting mate and eaglets. Renowned artists Miley Busiek and Augustus Saint-Gaudens crafted the designs.

      The overall weight of a 1 oz American Gold Eagle coin is 1.0909 troy oz with one ounce of gold content.

      Also available in fractional weights: 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 32.7 mm
      Thickness: 2.87 mm
      Purity: .9167
      Face Value: $50.00 USD
    • 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin (Common Date)

      92,658.08

      What does Common Date mean? These 1 oz American Gold Eagles are circulated coins (i.e. pre-owned). The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. These affordable coins may have signs of wear but the value of their gold content is not diminished. This is an excellent way to acquire the world’s most popular bullion coin.

      The 1 oz American Gold Eagle Coin (Common Date) is guaranteed by the United States government as legal tender. Although it is marked with a face value of $50 USD, it is in fact valued at the current market price of its gold content, which is much higher.

      The American Gold Eagle coin is a popular choice for precious metal investors due to its beauty and its exacting craftsmanship.

      American Eagle gold coins are minted exclusively from gold mined in the United States. The coins are comprised of 22 karat gold, which makes them durable and their stamp is guaranteed by the US government. They are exceedingly tradable and one of the most reliable investments. Furthermore, they are exempt from IRS 1099B Brokerage reporting, which make them a sound choice for a precious metal IRA.

      The coins were brought back into production because of the Bullion Coin Act of 1985. The American Gold Eagle coin was first publically sold in 1986. They have quickly become the most popular bullion coin in the world and more than 12 million have been minted and sold.

      Their design is based upon one originally commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt in an attempt to equal the exquisiteness of Ancient Roman and Greek coins. One side features Lady Liberty with an olive branch and a torch in her hands, while the obverse side is stamped with a male eagle carrying home an olive branch to a waiting mate and eaglets. Renowned artists Miley Busiek and Augustus Saint-Gaudens crafted the designs.

      The overall weight of a 1 oz American Gold Eagle coin is 1.0909 troy oz with one ounce of gold content.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 32.70 mm
      Thickness: 2.87 mm
      Purity: .9167
      Face Value: $50.00 USD
    • 1 oz Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin (2019)

      91,840.99

      The 2019 Austrian Gold Philharmonic Coin is a classically styled coin containing 1 oz of .9999 pure gold. Gold Philharmonic coins are legal tender with a 100 Euro face value, backed by the Republic of Austria. The quality and availability of the Gold Philharmonic make it extremely popular across the globe.

      Investors seek out the Gold Philharmonic coin when they need to buy gold coins that are exceedingly beautiful, easily recognizable, and highly liquid for conversion to cash currencies. Gold Philharmonics are IRA-eligible.

      Gold Philharmonic coins are produced by the highly-acclaimed Austrian Mint in Vienna, which has struck gold coins for over 800 years. The coin measures 37 mm (1.46 inches) in diameter, making it one of the widest 1 oz gold coins currently in production and a favorite among collectors and investors.

      Originally minted in 1989 in Austrian Shilling denominations, the Gold Philharmonic coin has been denominated in Euros since 2002.

      The design of the coin celebrates the world-famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the pinnacle of classical music and Austrian culture.

      The front of the Gold Philharmonic coin features the extraordinary pipe organ from the Golden Hall of the Vienna Music Society, recognized throughout the world as the backdrop to the Philharmonic’s New Year concerts. It is pictured below:

      “Vienna

      Above the organ, the words “Republik Österreich” (Republic of Austria) stand in a semi-circle with the weight, purity, year-date, and face value displayed below.

      The back of the Gold Philharmonic coin features eight orchestral instruments – four violins, a cello, Viennese horn, bassoon and harp – along with Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra written in German.

      Looking at this beautiful coin, you can imagine sitting in the Golden Hall listening to the harmonies of Austria’s great composers: Mozart, Schubert, Johann Strauss or Haydn.

      Investors choose the Gold Philharmonic for its high purity — at 24K (.9999) it’s higher than an American Gold Eagle — and also because it is instantly identifiable around the world.

      The Gold Philharmonic is so popular if you stacked every one ever sold it would form a column taller than Mt. Everest. In fact, the pillar would reach over 49,000 feet in height. According to the World Gold Council, the Gold Philharmonic was the best selling gold coin in the world in 1992, 1995, 1996 and 2000.

      Gold Philharmonics are suitable for home storage but also offer a way to diversify your precious metals investments when held in private vault storage. By storing your Gold Philharmonics outside of your home country, you’re keeping it in a secure place where it is highly recognized and valued.

      Multiples of 10 come in sealed tubes.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 37 mm
      Thickness: 2 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: €100.00 EUR
    • 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin (Common Date)

      91,226.49

      The 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coin (Common Date) is a classically styled .9999 fine gold coin, with a $100 Euro face value that is backed by Austria. It is produced by the Austrian Mint in Vienna, which is acclaimed for over 800 years of exceptional gold coin production. It’s quality and availability make it extremely popular across the globe.

      What does Common Date mean? These 1 oz Gold Philharmonics are circulated coins (i.e. pre-owned). The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. These affordable coins may have signs of wear but the value of their gold content is not diminished.

      Investors seek out the Gold Philharmonic coin when they need to buy gold coins which that are exceedingly beautiful, easily recognizable, and highly liquid for conversion to cash currencies. The coin measures 37 mm in diameter, making it one of the widest 1 oz gold coin currently in production, and a favorite among coin collectors.

      Originally minted in 1989 in Austrian Shilling denominations, the Philharmonic 1 oz coin has been denominated by the Euro since 2002. The obverse of the Philharmonic Gold coin features a montage of orchestral instruments with the name of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra written in German. The reverse depicts the Great Organ of Vienna’s Golden Hall where Vienna’s philharmonic plays, along with the coin’s purity, legal value in euros, and weight in ounces.

      When you select “Common Date” 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins you’ll save money by letting us choose the minting years for you. We fulfill your order by selecting from the lowest priced stock of coins available. The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. “Common Date” coins make great investments as they are less expensive than specific or current year coins.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 37 mm
      Thickness: 2 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: €100.00 EUR
    • 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (2019)

      92,057.96

      Gold Maple Leafs are among the most popular and recognizable gold coins in the world with 25 million troy ounces sold since 1979. These beautiful gold coins contain one troy ounce of .9999 pure gold, are IRA-eligible, and are backed by the Commonwealth of Canada.

      The 2019 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin continues the Royal Canadian Mint’s tradition of blending exceptional design with security to prevent counterfeiting, ensuring these coins can retain value.

      The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf was also world’s first 24K pure gold bullion coin when its purity was heightened to .9999 in 1982.

      The design of Gold Maple Leafs feature radial lines emanating from the center of the coin, machined precisely within microns to ensure consistent die production and coin striking. The specific width and pitch of the lines create a light diffracting pattern which makes the Gold Maple Leaf unique among other bullion products.

      On the back of the Gold Maple Leaf, there is a security feature consisting of a textured maple leaf, micro-engraved with laser technology. The numeral “19” is visible under magnification denoting the coin’s year of issue and representing the cutting edge in bullion coin security.

      Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II adorns the front of the Gold Maple Leaf coin and along with the 2019 year-date and $50 CAD face value.

      It’s rich history, popularity and enhanced security features make it an excellent investment for first-timers and veteran precious metals investors alike.

      Multiples of 10 ship in sealed tubes.

      Gold Maple Leafs are made with the Royal Canadian Mint’s anti-counterfeiting technology called Bullion DNA which stands for digital non-destructive activation. This technology captures images of the coins, encrypts them with an algorithm signature, and stores these in a secure database. This allows authenticity to be verified in an instant.

      GoldSilver is an authorized Bullion DNA dealer for the Royal Canadian Mint.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 30 mm
      Thickness: 2.80 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: $50.00 CAD
    • 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (Common Date)

      91,417.27

      Buy 1 oz Common Date Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins and save over spot. Grow your store of precious metals with these exquisite and sought after Canadian 1 oz gold coins.

      Featuring the Maple Leaf national symbol and Queen Elizabeth II, these .9999 purity gold coins have been issued by the Royal Canadian Mint for over 30 years and are government backed with a face value of $50 CAD.

      What does Common Date mean? These 1 oz Gold Maple Leafs are circulated coins (i.e. pre-owned). The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. These affordable coins may have signs of wear but the value of their gold content is not diminished.

      Browse all Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 30 mm
      Thickness: 2.87 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: $50.00 CAD
    • 1 oz Gold Britannia Coin (2019)

      92,132.69

      The Gold Britannia is an official bullion coin of the United Kingdom and contains 1 troy ounce of .9999 pure gold, making it IRA-eligible.

      2019 Gold Britannia coins are legal tender and have a face value of £100 pounds. The gold content, weight, and purity of every Britannia coin are guaranteed by the British government.

      The back of these 24K coins feature the iconic Britannia figure, the symbolic protector of the British Isles. She stands firm against the winds of a powerful gale, vigilantly watching over her homeland armed with her trident, shield and Corinthian helmet. She holds an olive branch as a symbol of peace in her left hand. An added detail that is often missed is the name Nathan, stamped in the bottom giving credit to its designer, Philip Nathan.

      Since 2017, Britannia coins have a speckled radial sunburst in their design, giving them a striking look that is very difficult to counterfeit.

      The front of the Gold Britannia coin features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and face value.

      The weight and strength of Gold Britannia coins are verified at the annual, centuries-old Trial of the Pyx where a jury of assayers ensure newly minted coins conform to required standards.

      The Royal Mint has been striking coins for over 1,000 years. And the 2019 Gold Britannia continues the tradition. It takes its inspiration from ancient Britannia coins first struck by the Romans.

      It was the practice of the Romans to personify continents and countries as female figures. And for the Province of Britannia (the Roman controlled regions of England, Scotland and Wales) they used the figure of Britannia. On coins of emperor Hadrian (117-138 AD) she is featured in classic flowing robes with a spear and shield, seated on rocky crags which probably provided the invaders’ first view of Britain.

      Pictured below, early Britannia coins:

      Early Britannia coins

      After the Romans, she was brought back during the reign of Charles II, but as a maritime figure as the British Empire sought to assert its sovereignty over the seas. This is the inspiration behind the trident pictured in today’s design.

      Gold Britannia coins draw from a deep historical heritage, and its .9999 purity, anti-counterfeiting feature, and reasonable premium over spot make it ideal for the modern precious metals investor now.

      Multiples of 10 Gold Britannias ship in sealed tubes.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 32.69 mm
      Thickness: 1.8 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: £100.00 GBP
    • 1 oz Queen’s Beast Yale of Beaufort Gold Coin (2019)

      92,100.89

      The 1 oz Yale of Beaufort gold coin is the 7th release in the 10-coin Queen’s Beasts series from The Royal Mint (UK).

      Gold yale coins contain 1 troy oz of .9999 fine gold. These are sovereign coins fully backed by the British government.

      The back of the coin features the long-horned beast, the Yale of Beaufort, along with the weight, purity and year-date.

      The yale’s origins are traced to Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII – the first monarch of the House of Tudor.

      An effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II adorns the front of the coin along with the face value of 100 pounds.

      The Queen’s Beasts are inspired by centuries of history and royal heraldry. The ten coins depict the genealogy of Queen Elizabeth II, with each of the heraldic beasts symbolizing the various strands of The Queen’s royal ancestry.

      The original beasts were a series of 6-foot tall statues that stood guard outside The Queen’s coronation ceremony in Westminster Abbey on June 2, 1953.

      Today, they are re-imagined as beautiful, bullion coins.

      Each proud beast was used as a heraldic badge by generations that came before Queen Elizabeth II. Centuries ago, these badges adorned the flags and shields of armies as they charged into battle — not only to identify each side but also to serve as a symbol of royal lineage and title.

      About the Yale of Beaufort

      The Yale is a mythical beast with characteristics of an antelope or goat, depending on the imagination of the artist and their desire to portray grace and elegance, or strength and determination. Strangely, it is said to have horns that can turn independently so in medieval illustrations it is often shown with horns pointing in different directions. The white and gold-spotted Yale of Beaufort has such horns along with the whiskers or ‘tushes’ of a boar.

      The Yale of Beaufort was a symbol of Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII. The Yale of The Queen’s Beasts holds a shield with the blue and white quarters of Margaret’s arms but with a golden portcullis at the center, a badge used by Henry VII. The portcullis is also part of the arms of Westminster City Council, which is home to Westminster Abbey.

      Weight: 1 oz
      Diameter: 32.69 mm
      Thickness: 2.70 mm
      Purity: .9999
      Face Value: £100.00 GBP
    • 1/10 oz American Gold Eagle Coin (2019)

      10,043.60

      The 2019 1/10 oz American Gold Eagle coin is backed and guaranteed by the United States government, making them a sound investment for precious metal collectors.

      Crafted from a resilient 22-karat gold that resists scratching and marring, the American Gold Eagle 1/10 oz coin is renowned for its beauty as well as its adherence to exacting specifications of weight and purity.

      This 1/10 oz gold coin has a face value of $5 USD, but the actual value is based on how much 1/10 of an ounce of gold is worth which is determined by the market. Simply multiply 0.10 by the current spot price of gold and you’ll see 1/10 ounce of gold is worth far more than its face value.

      Because of the lower overall weight than other gold bullion coins, 1/10 oz Gold Eagles are a great choice for investors looking to buy gold coins that are highly movable. And, like all American Gold Eagle coins, the 1/10 oz size is exempt from 1099B Brokerage reporting requirements and make for a sound addition to any precious metal IRA.

      In production since 1986, it didn’t take long for the American Gold Eagle coin to become the best-selling bullion coin worldwide. Popular because of its backing by the US government and liquidity, these coins are also highly sought after for their beauty. Based on designs originally commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt, the American Gold Eagle was designed to rival the elegance of ancient coins.

      The face of the American Gold Eagle features a male American eagle transporting a branch home to his nest where his mate and eaglets await him. The back of the coin depicts Lady Liberty. In her right hand, she holds high a torch meant to represent progress, while in her left she carries an olive branch to indicate peace and enlightenment.

      American Gold Eagle 1/10 oz coins are sold in 50 coin tubes that are recognizable by their distinctive black tops. Each coin contains exactly one-tenth of an ounce of gold and has an overall weight of .1091 troy ounces.

      Weight: 1/10 oz
      Diameter: 16.5 mm
      Thickness: 1.26 mm
      Purity: .9167
      Face Value: $5.00
    • 1/10 oz American Gold Eagle Coin (Common Date)

      10,013.88

      The 1/10 oz American Gold Eagle coin is backed and guaranteed by the United States government, making them a sound investment for precious metal collectors.

      What does Common Date mean? These 1/10 oz American Gold Eagles are circulated coins (i.e. pre-owned). The years will vary and may be mixed or all the same. These affordable coins may have signs of wear but the value of their gold content is not diminished.

      Crafted from a resilient 22-karat gold that resists scratching and marring, the American Gold Eagle 1/10 oz coin is renowned for its beauty as well as its adherence to exacting specifications of weight and purity.

      This 1/10 oz gold coin has a face value of $5 USD, but the actual value is based on how much 1/10 of an ounce of gold is worth which is determined by the market. Simply multiply 0.10 by the current spot price of gold and you’ll see 1/10 ounce of gold is worth far more than its face value.

      Because of the lower overall weight than other gold bullion coins, 1/10 oz Gold Eagles are a great choice for investors looking to buy gold coins that are highly movable. And, like all American Gold Eagle coins, the 1/10 oz size is exempt from 1099B Brokerage reporting requirements and make for a sound addition to any precious metal IRA.

      In production since 1986, it didn’t take long for the American Gold Eagle coin to become the best-selling bullion coin worldwide. Popular because of its backing by the US government and liquidity, these coins are also highly sought after for their beauty. Based on designs originally commissioned by President Theodore Roosevelt, the American Gold Eagle was designed to rival the elegance of ancient coins.

      The face of the American Gold Eagle features a male American eagle transporting a branch home to his nest where his mate and eaglets await him. The back of the coin depicts Lady Liberty. In her right hand, she holds high a torch meant to represent progress, while in her left she carries an olive branch to indicate peace and enlightenment.

      American Gold Eagle 1/10 oz coins are sold in 50 coin tubes that are recognizable by their distinctive black tops. Each coin contains exactly one-tenth of an ounce of gold and has an overall weight of .1091 troy ounces.

      Weight: 1/10 oz
      Diameter: 16.5 mm
      Thickness: 1.19 mm
      Purity: .9167
      Face Value: $5.00

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