Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by fretboard, Jun 10, 2021.
worth and sale for the same price so again its just your preference when it
comes right down to it.
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why not just get st gaudens or liberty 50 then?
Premium for a BU St. Gaudens is too high.
Oh and usually the ones with lower premiums are worn and thus do not contain their original gold content anymore. Probably 5-10% less than when they were minted.
They’re supposed to be 0.9675 troy oz but by the time they’re in XF condition and selling at a low premium I bet they’re closer to 0.90 troy oz. A full 1/10th oz less gold than an AGE or Buffalo at the same price? I’ll pass.
My answer is I already have enough coins with the Queen! Plus, most Americans prefer US gold. Here's a Queenie here, one of my favorites!
Usually the 1 oz gold Australian Kangaroo coins are the cheapest gold bullion coins. They can be like $40-$50 cheaper than a Maple Leaf.
I trust the Perth Mint since they seem to make the heaviest bullion coins of all the countries I’ve tested.
True, however the Australian Kangaroo though a cool coin, it doesn't bring the
big dollars just because of the popularity, and thats true with any coin, I myself
go with the Kruger, it is the most popular Gold coin in the world so you will get
more for it when you sale even all these coin we mentioned have 1OZ of gold
some are just worth more then others.
You may be correct, and with a shortage of Silver, Gold may follow. We all seen the mint notice on shortages. If they dont get enough made before years end, who knows right ?
The 2008 burnished buffalo and other examples tell a story. Everything is relevant..
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