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Sold Out – Buyer’s Special: Circulated US Gold Coins

  1. Sold Out – $20 St.Gaudens Low Premium (LP)

These low premium coins are the equivalant of a scratch and dent sale.  These coins have the detail of XF or AU coins, but have been mistreated in some way.  Most are scratched, lightly polished, or may have been mounted in jewelry.  This is the least expensive way to purchase $20 St. Gaudens.  We can offer these $20 St. Gaudens at $85.00 over their actual gold value.  For example, using $1700.00 x .9675 = $1644.75 + $85.00 = $1729.75 each.

The $20 St.Gaudens, minted from 1907-1933, is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful coins ever minted by the US mint. At the time of issuance a $20 Double Eagle had enough purchasing power to buy a man’s suit of clothes.  Due to their gold content they still retain the same amount of purchasing power today. American Rare Coin is pleased to offer this group of coins at the very competitive price of $1765 per coin.  American Rare Coin is making this special offer affective today, October 25th, 2011.  Our current gold basis is $1705 and this special price will be offered while supplies last.  Price may fluctuate as current market conditions change.

 

$10 Indian Extra Fine (XF)

Minted from 1908-1933 the $10 Indian was also designed by Augustus Saint –Gaudens who was considered by many to be one of the greatest of modern sculptors. With half the gold content of the larger $20 version.  The $10 Indian still attracts the discerning collectors’ eye. American Rare Coin is pleased to offer this fresh group of coins at $945 each while they last.  This price is affective today, October 25, 2011.  Todays gold basis is $1705.  Our special price may fluctuate as the current market conditions change.

 

$10 Liberty Very Fine (VF)

Minted from 1866 to 1907, the Liberty gold coin was the predecessor to the $10 Indian Head and has a rich historical background making it a must for collectors. Until the mid-1800’s the $10 Liberty was the highest denomination coin minted by the US Mint.  These century old coins are offered at $930 affective today, October 25,2011.  Todays gold basis is $1705.  Our special price may fluctuate as the current market conditions change.

 

$5 Indian Extra Fine (XF)

Originally minted from 1908 to 1929 these fascinating examples of monetary history were the replacement for the earlier $5Libertyversion. They are unique in their sunken relief design and in their lettering. They  are available starting today, October 25th 2011, at $500.   Todays gold basis is $1705.  Our special price may fluctuate as the current market conditions change.

 

$5 Liberty Almost Uncirculated (AU)

The $5 half eagle denomination was the first gold coin authorized to be minted in the United States in the late 1700’s. The $5 Liberty Variety 2 was first minted in 1866 and lasted until 1908 ultimately to be replaced by the Indian Half Eagle. Starting today, October 25th 2011, you can own one of these historical US $5 Liberty coins for our special price of $495 per coin. Todays gold basis is $1705.  Our special price may fluctuate as the current market conditions change.

 

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