Coin Catalog

Coin Catalog

  • In late 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt criticized the ugliness of American coins, which he felt paled into insignificance in comparison to the more beautiful coins of ancient Greece. The renowned American sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens was thus asked to redesign both the $10 Indian Head "Eagle" and the $20 Saint Gaudens "Double Eagle". Minted from 1907 to 1933, Saint Gaudens $20…
  • The Royal Canadian Mint certifies the Canadian Maple Leaf as having a purity of 99.99% silver, which makes this coin one of the highest purity of any coin produced by a government mint! The single maple leaf is the national symbol of Canada and it takes its place on the back of the Canadian Maple Leaf silver coin, while a…
  • Just two months after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, the first Kennedy Half Dollars were minted. This coin continued to be minted from 1964 to 1970, in a denomination of $0.50. The coins were originally minted with a composition of 90% silver and 10% copper, but due to citizens hoarding the half dollars, the percentage…
  • Accessible, large silver coins are hugely popular with collectors, as the design is easy to appreciate and the feeling you get holding a heavy precious metal in your hand brings back a time when coinage was a lot different than today. Morgan dollars have become the choice dollar with collectors of United States coinage, but this hasn’t always been the…
  • Since 1986, the American Eagle Gold coins have been ascribed with a purity of 91.66% (22-karat). However, the market has long demanded a Bullion coin with a purity of 99.99% purity. In June 2006, the United States Mint responded to this demand, producing the "Buffalo", the first 24-karat Gold bullion coin of the United States. The design of the Gold…
  • The French Angel symbolizes the principles and ideals of the French Revolution, with the Angel, who represents the Spirit of France on the obverse of the coin. The angel is depicted writing the Constitution of France. A rooster, which is a symbol for vigilance, stands next to the angel. A bundle of rods are behind the angel, representing the fasces,…

Pre-1933 Gold

Pre-1933 Gold

Due to their rarity, Pre-1933 gold coins are some of the most sought after gold coins for any collector looking to invest in gold.

Investment Grade Silver

Investment Grade Silver

With less Investment Grade Silver than gold on the planet, Investment Grade Silver is a solid way to invest in silver.

Gold Bullion

Gold Bullion

A popular way to invest in gold, Gold Bullion are pieces of Gold that have no intrinsic value above the current spot price of Gold.

Certified Graded Coins

Certified Graded Coins

Certified Graded Coins have been certified as authentic, and graded based on their quality, a popular way to invest in precious metals.

European Gold

European Gold

European Gold Coins are primarily minted prior to 1935, and can be a promising way to invest in gold for any investors portfolio.

Silver Bullion

Silver Bullion

A popular way to invest in silver, Silver Bullion are pieces of Silver that have no intrinsic value above the current spot price of Silver.

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