Tag: 1933 gold coins

  • Why cleaned gold coin are cheaper than non-cleaned?

    Reading Time: 3 minutes The issue with “cleaned” coins, especially concerning pre-1933 US gold coins, lies in their potential depreciation in value. While cleaned coins may be a more economical option for stacking gold based on weight, the cleaning process can significantly impact their worth, potentially reducing them to selling at or near spot prices.…

  • 1933 double eagle gold coin.

    Reading Time: 15 minutes The 1933 double eagle (United States 20-dollar gold coin) currently holds the record for highest price paid at auction for a single U.S. coin when it was purchased for US$18.9 million. 445,500 specimens of this Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle were minted in 1933, the last year of production for the Double Eagle,…

  • How much Gold was Confiscated in 1933 😒?

    Reading Time: 8 minutes The 1933 Gold Confiscation, a response to the economic challenges of the Great Depression, marked the U.S. government’s departure from the gold standard. Faced with a reduction in circulated currency due to the widespread conversion of funds to gold by both individuals and foreign governments, President Franklin Roosevelt took action on…

  • The Pre-1933 Gold Coin, non-confiscatable gold coins a scam.

    The Pre-1933 Gold Coin, non-confiscatable gold coins a scam.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes Most websites that are about gold coins are usually selling the coins — and they’re filled with scams. The most common scam seems to be a selling point that’s on nearly every gold coin website, including the top results on Google. Most people looking into gold know that back in 1933,…

  • 3 Things You Should Know About 1933 Gold Coins

    Reading Time: 4 minutes If you love American history then there are very many things that you should know about the 1933 gold coin but the following three are the most important  The 1933 gold coin is very rare and of very high value  At the moment, there are various types of currencies that are…

  • 1933 Gold Coins: From Presidential Recall to Scarcity and Economic Safety.

    Reading Time: 2 minutes In 1933, the United States experienced one of the greatest economic depressions in history and the then president Franklin Roosevelt illegalized the holding of a gold investment by American citizens. The presidential order was to the effect that all the gold had to be returned to the United States treasury from…