Saint Guarden " America's Most Beautiful Coin"

Saint Guarden 20 Dollar Gold Coins America's most beauitful coin

Friday, October 1, 2010

How to buy and sell GOLD

How To Buy and Sell Gold

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The best reason to buy gold coins-The price of gold goes up, the price of your gold coins go up. Mostly every gold coin from 1933 & back, provides a high premiums over the spot of gold. Now gold prices go down, the price of your coin, because of the Numismatics value will go down sightly, still leaving it with a nice premium. Many low mintage bullions will provide you with the same premium

Daily investors

Buy and sell gold on a regular basis.
They do this on a short term to take advantage of the higher demand on a daily basics for profit.

  Selling gold for when we need funds for some emergency, or to take advantage on the increased price for a profit.

People keep gold for various reasons. Asset protection. Gold is easy to sell and is very liquid. So if you want to go on vacation or buy a car, it it readily available.
Most dealers and even private individuals are willing to buy gold. Generally you will get, from a dealer, just below spot. 

  You can buy and sell Gold on ebay. it will be easier if you have an established eBay account with a track record.
But if you are simply selling  gold coins or bullions on line sales are the easier way. No hassle looking for a dealer, No driving around and haggling, 24 hour instant cash.

But if you absolutely must sell gold, rest assured that at least you will get top value for your gold coins or gold bullion!

The Saint Guarden

Pop Pinos Coins

1907 was the year that most people said, this is the " United States most beautiful coin" & most popular coinage design . The coinage design was struck on Double Eagle & designed by famous sculptor Augustus Saint Guaden. The Obverse was struck with Miss Liberty racing forward with a torch in one hand and Olive branches in the other. The reverse showed a soaring eagle. The coin was stunning. Loved by all. Expect the coin had "No Motto" "In God We Trust" which became an issue with the people.

The first stuck 1907 for a business strike, was in high relief & the date in roman numerals No Motto. This coin was struck in several different reliefs. Some struck in much higher ultra relief & some lettered edgings which are extremely rare.

The higher relief proved to be impractical for business stuck coinage. Later strikes in 1907, approximately 361,000 thousand, were of lower relief with Arabic numerals.

Because the citizens protesting over the lack of the motto, in 1908 the motto was added to the reverse of the coin. Many Saint Gaudens were struck in the next years until 1933. Many horded and many melted. This caused several Rarities such as the 1920-s, 1921, 1927-d 1929-1933.

The most beautiful coin in the history of the United States is in contain demand. If you are lucky enough to own one you can see why. They very much sort after in MS 63-MS65.

This Years Best Coin Investment Saint Gaudens In MS 63-MS64. These coins follow gold on the way up and have a substantial premium over the gold spot. When gold goes down, the coin make a very small adjustment if any.