1oz gold libertad pcgs70

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  1. midas1

    midas1 Exalted Member

    Several years ago, I bought a 2013 1oz gold Libertad pcgs70.
    I checked some of the bullion sites looking for the coin to
    get an idea of what it's worth now. But the coin is out of stock
    on all these sites. Not many of these coins were minted in 2013
    and only a couple of hundred are pcgs 70.
    How can I find out what the coin is selling for?
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  3. ddddd

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    Is it a proof or a business strike (PR or MS)?

    ~The 2013 Proof had a mintage of 400 vs 2,350 for the BU:


    ~I found one active listing for a PCGS MS 70 on ebay. That seller is asking $2,295.....asking prices aren't sales though. If your coin is an MS 70, you'd probably expect to get less than that (exactly how much, I'm not sure). I also found one active listing for a PR 70 at $3,495...again no sales. Either way you have a coin that's worth a nice premium, but exactly how much is tough to say. My guess would be that you'd need to price it a few hundred less than the ebay listings to attract attention for a sale.


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  5. midas1

    midas1 Exalted Member

    Thanks for the links and research.

    Mine is a proof. They had a DCAM, that was sold when I logged on the next day to buy it, so I bought the PCGS PR70. On Sept 26, 2013, I paid $1546.22 for it. Don't remember if it has any other designation.
    I'll go to my SDbox and check it out. I do remember it's from a very small population of coins. On my coin spreadsheet I only recorded it as
    "APMEX 1oz gold libertad pcgs70."
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  6. midas1

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  7. ddddd

    ddddd Member

    It's likely PR 70 DCAM, like the 2nd link. It seems like you should do well based on your purchase price.
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  8. midas1

    midas1 Exalted Member

    It's a PR 70, the PR 70 DCAM had been sold when I logged back on to buy it.
    I still think about that DCAM I have never seen a gold field that large and so perfect. Just beautiful.

    Also, the DCAM was only a few dollars more than the PR 70.
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    Where did you did up the "King Midas in Reverse video?"

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  11. carpman98

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    It's on YouTube.
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