OR PRE-1933 COINS
Gold coins were used as money prior to 1933 when President Roosevelt issued
Executive Order 6102
that attempted to make the ownership of gold illegal.
Coins that survived and were not melted down
Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles were minted each year from 1907 through 1916. There was a 3-year pause, but then picked up again in 1920 and continued until 1933.
The $10 Indian gold coin was produced by the US Mint between 1907 and 1933; the designer, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, featured a display of an Indian Chief.
The $20 Liberty Head Gold Double Eagle was the first $20 gold piece struck by the US Mint between 1850 and 1907; authorized upon the California Gold Rush.
These numismatic coins are verified, encapsulated, also come in fractional sizes.
These numismatic coins are recommended for people who hold gold for a long time with an investor mindset.
MGG has identified many of these pre-1933 coins are cheaper today. Numismatic gold coins could outperform the gold price by 2 to 3 times.
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