Type 2 Gold Dollar from 1854–1856 was the smallest gold coin ever struck by the US Mint; it is the scarcest of the 3 gold dollar variations and a popular collector coin.
The Type 3 Gold Dollar designed by James B. Longacre was struck between 1856 and 1889. The gold dollar series was inspired by the Great California Gold Rush.
100 Korona Gold Coins seen today are restrikes of a coin produced in the 19th and early 20th century; not to be mistaken as rare coin, but a popular bullion product.
The Gold Ducat was a primary form of currency in the Austrian Empire of the 12th century. Today’s coins are restrikes from both the Dutch and Austrian mints.
The Gold French Rooster 20 Franc is a low-premium bullion gold coin originally struck between 1899 and 1914; it is 90% fine containing 0.1867 ounces of gold.
The Silver Morgan Dollar struck 1878 to 1904 and in 1921 is bought in circulated condition for bullion value but certain dates are exceptionally rare and valuable.