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2013 "Year of the Snake" Gold Coins The Perth Mint released the first of the 2013 "Year of the Snake" Gold Coins to the American Public. Minted as part of the Australian Gold Lunar Coin Series these Lunar Coins have a new design for each year representing the ancient Chinese Lunar Calendar. The magnificent Gold Coins are struck in .9999 Gold. The Lunar Series of Gold Coins Individuals born in the Year of the Snake include birth dates in 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, and…

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The Thomas Jefferson Liberty Gold Coin in the Presidential First Spouse Series

Us Gold Coins | Thomas Jefferson's First Spouse Gold Coin Obverse - artist rendering - We have a great selection of American Eagle Gold Coins, Buffalo Gold Coins, Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins, European Gold Coins, Gold Bars, Chinese Gold Coins, Australian Gold Coins, and Austrian Philharmonic Gold Coins. Order now while supplies last or call 1-800-928-6468 to speak to one of our Gold Specialists -

Certified American Buffalo 1 Oz Gold Coin | "Certified American Buffalo 1 Oz Gold Bullion Coin. Details: Gold Content: 1 troy oz. (31.108 g) Gross Weight:1 oz. (31.103g) Composition:99.99% Gold Coin Diameter:1.287 inches (32.70mm) Thickness: 0.116 in. ( 2.95mm) Mint Dates: 2006 – till date"

Vasco Nunez de Balboa. Panama’s 100-Balboa Gold Coin Made History In January 1975, the Franklin Mint announced that it would display the first gold coin minted in the United States for Americans since the removal of the government’s 41-year ban on ownership of modern gold coins. The display highlighted the 1975 100-Balboa of the Republic of Panama, the first gold coin of any nation to be minted in the United States since April, 1933 which could freely be owned by U.S. Citizens.


Hungary 10 Korona Gold Coin (.098 oz of Gold) - Random Date

Investor’s Favorite U.S. Gold Coin; Found on Merit Gold - The American eagle gold coin is popular among investors, mainly because of its hefty 1oz gold content and the backing of the U.S. government guarantee for its weight, content and purity.