Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by FryDaddyJr, Apr 14, 2019.
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I also have a lot of modern gold commemorative coins. Fortunately I purchased the vast majority of them in the secondary market and not from the mint. Since I have now paid less than melt, I could make money on them if I sold them, but that was not my reason for buying them.
The trouble with buying "old gold" (pre 1933), is that preservation has a lot to do with the value. When you buy AGE's you are mostly buying bullion. That makes the purchase easier because it requires much less expertise.
I would love to see the U.S. Mint produce fractional Gold Buffalos , I would collect those .
Ah Numismatics , everyone can find a niche here . I Love it .
It matters only because you'd be overpaying. Your pre33 gold or AGE would be cheaper from Provident or JmBullion.
always cheaper than the others, apples-to-apples. I've bought from APMEX, JMB, Pinehurst, Provident and others.
Circulated , I like to feel them because I'm really interested in the History of the old Gold pieces . I imagine what they were used for and the different possibilities in making change for them .
No one dealer is always cheaper than their competitors. The market changes and do does their inventory. If you are interested in buying or selling, you must shop around. The ball is always in your court, not theirs.
However, I was under the impression you were buying for bullion. If that's the case, just buy xf or cleaned and get as close to spot as possible.
$20 Liberty Double Eagle Pre-1933gold eagle 1370.00 at Nationwide
I thought you were always buying a bit of both. numismatic and gold.
I had never heard of Nationwide. looks terrible
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