• Proof Gold American Eagles are a limited mintage coin from the United States Mint. With the same design as the gold American Eagle bullion coins, Proof American Eagles are minted in 1-oz., 1/2-oz., 1/4-oz. and 1/10-oz. sizes and can be purchased in any of these sizes singly or in 4-piece sets featuring one of each denomination. Proof Gold Eagles feature the same design as regular American Gold Eagles. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. Proof gold American Eagle coins are made with a more-detailed minting process. Special dies are used on the coin blanks, which are fed manually into the presses and struck multiple times to produce detailed coin images that look softly frosted above a mirror-like background. Each proof American Eagle comes in a beautiful, dark blue velvet presentation case with an official United States Mint Certificate of Authority. Due to their limited quantity, Proof Eagles trade not only off of spot price, but also supply and demand as Proof Eagles typically sell out each year.
  • Proof Gold American Eagles are a limited mintage coin from the United States Mint. With the same design as the gold American Eagle bullion coins, Proof American Eagles are minted in 1-oz., 1/2-oz., 1/4-oz. and 1/10-oz. sizes and can be purchased in any of these sizes singly or in 4-piece sets featuring one of each denomination. Proof Gold Eagles feature the same design as regular American Gold Eagles. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. Proof gold American Eagle coins are made with a more-detailed minting process. Special dies are used on the coin blanks, which are fed manually into the presses and struck multiple times to produce detailed coin images that look softly frosted above a mirror-like background.Each proof American Eagle comes in a beautiful, dark blue velvet presentation case with an official United States Mint Certificate of Authority. Due to their limited quantity, Proof Eagles trade not only off of spot price, but also supply and demand as Proof Eagles typically sell out each year.
  • Proof Gold American Eagles are a limited mintage coin from the United States Mint. With the same design as the gold American Eagle bullion coins, Proof American Eagles are minted in 1-oz., 1/2-oz., 1/4-oz. and 1/10-oz. sizes and can be purchased in any of these sizes singly or in 4-piece sets featuring one of each denomination. Proof Gold Eagles feature the same design as regular American Gold Eagles. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. Proof gold American Eagle coins are made with a more-detailed minting process. Special dies are used on the coin blanks, which are fed manually into the presses and struck multiple times to produce detailed coin images that look softly frosted above a mirror-like background. Each proof American Eagle comes in a beautiful, dark blue velvet presentation case with an official United States Mint Certificate of Authority. Due to their limited quantity, Proof Eagles trade not only off of spot price, but also supply and demand as Proof Eagles typically sell out each year.
  • Proof Gold American Eagles are a limited mintage coin from the United States Mint. With the same design as the gold American Eagle bullion coins, Proof American Eagles are minted in 1-oz., 1/2-oz., 1/4-oz. and 1/10-oz. sizes and can be purchased in any of these sizes singly or in 4-piece sets featuring one of each denomination. Proof Gold Eagles feature the same design as regular American Gold Eagles. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. Proof gold American Eagle coins are made with a more-detailed minting process. Special dies are used on the coin blanks, which are fed manually into the presses and struck multiple times to produce detailed coin images that look softly frosted above a mirror-like background. Each proof American Eagle comes in a beautiful, dark blue velvet presentation case with an official United States Mint Certificate of Authority. Due to their limited quantity, Proof Eagles trade not only off of spot price, but also supply and demand as Proof Eagles typically sell out each year.
  • The 1 oz. American Gold Eagle, first released in 1986, is an official gold coin of the United States government. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. American Gold Eagles are only produced and are 22 karat or “crown gold”. Each 1 oz. Gold Eagle contains one full troy ounce of gold as well as additional alloy metals to make the asset more durable. The United States guarantees American Eagles’ gold content, weight, and purity. This, coupled with American Eagles recognizability the world over make it one of the most traded gold bullion assets across the globe. American Gold Eagles are legal tender for all debts public and private and are an unhedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.
  • The 1/2 oz. American Gold Eagle, first released in 1986, is an official gold coin of the United States government. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. MINTING American Gold Eagles are only produced and are 22 karat or “crown gold”. Each 1/2 oz. Gold Eagle contains one half troy ounce of gold as well as additional alloy metals to make the asset more durable. The United States guarantees American Eagles’ gold content, weight, and purity. This, coupled with American Eagles recognizability the world over make it one of the most traded gold bullion assets across the globe. American Gold Eagles are legal tender for all debts public and private and are an unhedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.
  • The 1/4 oz. American Gold Eagle, first released in 1986, is an official gold coin of the United States government. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. MINTING American Gold Eagles are only produced and are 22 karat or “crown gold”. Each 1/4 oz. Gold Eagle contains one quarter troy ounce of gold as well as additional alloy metals to make the asset more durable.  The United States guarantees American Eagles’ gold content, weight, and purity. This, coupled with American Eagles being recognized the world over make it one of the most traded gold bullion assets across the globe.  American Gold Eagles are legal tender for all debts public and private and are an un-hedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.
  • The 1/10 oz. American Gold Eagle, first released in 1986, is an official gold coin of the United States government. Based off of and inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ 1907 $20 Gold Double Eagle, showing a proud Lady Liberty amidst the suns rays. The reverse of the coin features Miley Busiek’s design depicting a male bald eagle in flight carrying an olive branch to his nest, where a female awaits with her young. MINTING American Gold Eagles are only produced and are 22 karat or “crown gold”. Each 1/4 oz. Gold Eagle contains one tenth troy ounce of gold as well as additional alloy metals to make the asset more durable.  The United States guarantees American Eagles’ gold content, weight, and purity. This, coupled with American Eagles recognizability the world over make it one of the most traded gold bullion assets across the globe.  American Gold Eagles are legal tender for all debts public and private and are an unhedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.
  • The American Buffalo, also known as a Gold Buffalo, is a 24-karat bullion coin first offered for sale by the United States Mint on June 22, 2006. The coin follows the greatly admired design of the Indian Head nickel and has gained its nickname from the American Bison on the reverse side of the design.   The Gold Buffalo is the United States Mint first 24-karat, pure gold (.9999% fineness) 1 oz. coin.

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    Currently, all U.S. bullion coins, including the American Buffalo gold piece, are being struck at the West Point Mint in New York. Gold bullion coins from the United States Mint are the only official gold bullion coins whose weight, content and purity are guaranteed by the United States Government, making them a recognizable and safe option for investors in the US and worldwide.

     Gold American Buffalos are legal tender for all debts public and private and are an unhedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.

  • The 1 oz. Gold Canadian Maple Leaf is one of the best selling bullion assets due mainly to the sterling reputation of the Royal Canadian Mint and the coins 99.99% purity. Gold Canadian Maples Leafs are guaranteed by the Canadian government (purity, weight and legal tender value) making them a popular option for investors interested in harnessing the value of bullion.

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    The Gold Maple Leaf’s obverse and reverse display, respectively, the profile of Queen Elizabeth II of Canada and the Canadian Maple Leaf. In 2013 and 2015 new security features were introduced. In 2013 a micro-engraved textured maple leaf (with laser technology), on a small area of the reverse (Maple Leaf) side of the coin.

    In the center of this mark is the numeral denoting the coin’s year of issue, which is only visible under magnification. In 2015 the radial lines on the coin’s background on both sides of the coin.

     Gold Canadian Maple Leafs are an unhedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.

  • The 1 oz Gold Austrian Philharmonic is one of the most popular gold bullion coins in the world. With its .9999 fine gold content and classic Musikverein design of featuring traditional instruments the Philharmonic is a top choice for bullion investors. The obverse of the coin features The Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Vienna’s concert hall, the Musikverein, along with the year, weight and face value. The reverse showcases an array of instruments, including the cello, violin, harp, Vienna horn and bassoon. Coins dated prior to 2002 are denominated as 2000 schilling, while coins dated 2002 to present are denominated as 100 euros. Dates you receive will be randomly selected and are determined by stock on hand.   MINTING The Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins are produced at the Austrian Mint which is located in Vienna, Austria. The national Austrian Mint is well-known for its beautiful designs and innovative currency. In fact, it has been minting coins for over 800 years, making it one of the oldest government run minting institutions in the entire world. The Gold Austrian Philharmonic coin was designed as a commemoration of the Viennese Philharmonic orchestra which calls Austria its home. In fact, partly due to the quality of the coin, it’s one the only types of gold tender in Europe that is still produced and created on a large scale. On top of that, it’s regularly issued as Euro denominations, which is uncommon for bullion coins.  Gold Philharmonics are an unhedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.”
  • The 1 oz. Krugerrand is a South African gold coin, first minted in 1967 to help market South African gold and encourage individual gold investment. By 1980 the Krugerrand comprised 90% of the global coin market, making it one of the most traded bullion assets in existence.

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    The coin is so named because the obverse, designed by Otto Schultz, bears the face of Boer statesman Paul Kruger, four-term president of the old South African Republic. The reverse depicts a springbok, one of the national symbols of South Africa. The image was designed by Coert Steynberg, and was previously used on the reverse of the earlier South African five shilling coin.

    The name “South Africa” and the gold content are inscribed in both Afrikaans and English. This 22 karat gold coin is alloyed with copper to give it a higher level of durability, similar to the Gold American Eagle.  Gold South African Krugerrands are an unhedged asset, meaning they are minted in unlimited quantity to meet market demand.