Long before the US Mint began offering gold and silver bullion coins, they issued, as part of their regular distribution, gold coins in 4 denominations. They were the $2.50 Quarter Eagle; the $5 Half Eagle; the $10 Eagle, and the $20 Double Eagle. Actual gold content of these coins ranged between .1209 to .9675 troy […]
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There are many choices when it comes to investing in precious metals. We’re looking at uncirculated bullion coins, proof coins, and pre-1933 gold coins. Without making recommendations towards one or the other, we want to explain the differences between regular strike government issued bullion coins…what the Mint calls “uncirculated,” proofs, and pre-1933 gold coins.