Category: Fake gold and ingots

  • 1933 gold double eagle replica.

    Reading Time: 4 minutes Replicas of the 1933 Gold Double Eagle do exist; however, it is imperative to emphasize that possessing or trading these replicas as authentic coins may result in legal repercussions. The original 1933 Double Eagles are deemed as U.S. government property. While the U.S. Mint has crafted authorized replicas for collectors, these…

  • The Jeweller’s Middle-Eastern copy of sovereign.

    Reading Time: 8 minutes Sovereigns, those iconic gold coins, have a rich history dating back centuries. But not all sovereigns are created equal. In the world of numismatics, there exists a fascinating realm of “jeweller’s imitations” of sovereigns, a practice that has been more prevalent than one might think. These copies, often originating in the…

  • REDIRECTION How common are fake gold coins?

    Reading Time: 3 minutes The proliferation of fake gold coins has emerged as a growing concern in the market, a disconcerting trend that is underscored by alarming statistics. According to NBC News, counterfeit gold and silver coins are infiltrating the market at an astonishing rate, posing a substantial challenge for both collectors and dealers alike.…

  • REDIRECTIOM Counterfeit Gold Coins Inside NGC Slabs.

    Reading Time: 3 minutes Fake slabs have been a persistent issue, with recent growth in the market. Chinese counterfeiters primarily target PCGS, as many of their holder coins lack photos on the certification lookup. To protect themselves, new collectors should buy from reputable dealers and select coins with photos for comparison on the certification lookup.…

  • ☆ Detecting Counterfeit Gold Coins: A Comprehensive Guide.

    Reading Time: 13 minutes Investing in gold coins can be a lucrative endeavor, but it comes with the risk of encountering counterfeit coins. To safeguard your investment, it’s crucial to know how to detect fake gold coins effectively. In this guide, we will explore various methods and tools to help you identify counterfeit gold coins…

  • How to identify a fake krugerrand.

    Reading Time: 11 minutes Are there fake krugerrands? : Yes, there are (a lot off) fake Krugerrands. False Krugerrands have been produced and manufactured in China for a number of years. And even non-genuine gold Krugerrands are plagiarized gold rounds not produced by the original manufacturer. It is quite possible to find gold Krugerrands for lower prices through…