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  • ☆ The Saint-Gaudens Liberty Double Eagle ($20) coin.

    ☆ The Saint-Gaudens Liberty Double Eagle ($20) coin.

    Reading Time: 16 minutes A series of new and very beautiful types for the American coinage resulted from a collaboration between Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) and Augustus Saint Gaudens, one of America’s finest artists. Roosevelt wanted to upgrade America’s image by the appearance of the national coinage.  He also wanted them to have a beauty and…

  • ☆Invest in silver silver rounds or coins.

    Reading Time: 13 minutes Silver bullion coins/bars and gold bullion coins/bars coins carry low premiums (small markups over spot), making them ideal investments for silver and gold investors. Also important, bullion products are easy to sell when it comes time to liquidate. Too many investors do not think to ask about the sell side when…

  • ☆ Role of gold in your portfolio.

    Reading Time: 8 minutes Investing in gold offers various avenues. Investors can acquire gold bullion, comprising physical gold in the form of coins or bars, or opt for paper-based gold assets such as gold stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), futures, or derivatives. Physical gold investments grant direct ownership and control over the precious metal,…

  • ⭐ How to invest and buy gold in USA. A beginner’s 2024 guide.

    Reading Time: 55 minutes Whether you’re in it for the long haul or just a year or two, having a strategy is key. Gold might not be skyrocketing to $3,000 anytime soon, as some may claim, so a well-thought-out plan is definitely a smart move. 2024: Investment gold on the rise. In 2023, gold demand…

  • ☆ Gold Sovereigns.

    Reading Time: 38 minutes The sovereign was unique among coins in that it had no denomination, or currency value printed on the coin. Its value was tied to the pound Sterling, which was tied to the gold standard of £3/17s/10 1/2d for a standard ounce of gold. It contained one pound’s (£1) worth of gold…

  • ☆ Is it safe to buy gold from eBay?

    Reading Time: 12 minutes While there’s nothing inherently wrong with buying from eBay, it’s essential to acknowledge that most coins listed there come with a higher premium. This is because the seller, eBay, and PayPal all take their share of the transaction. For instance, if a seller offers a sovereign on eBay for $550, it…