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Pre 1933 $2.50, $5, $10 & $20 Dollar Gold Coins for Sale
Buy Historic Gold Coins Just Above Melt Value

Gold Coins as Honest Money
Pre-1933 US Historic Gold Coins

Franklin Roosevelt infamously outlawed gold ownership in 1933, and the U.S. Mint halted production of the iconic US Mint coins for sale. Wise people ignored the official assurances that the new dollars would carry the same stable value and hid the gold bullion coins away.

Irredeemable paper dollars became the standard, and a new era of perpetual inflation began. Just look at what has happened to the dollar’s purchasing power since Roosevelt made his proclamation and ordered the Treasury to stop redeeming dollars for gold:
The Rare Coin Misconception
Unethical dealers often prey upon the misconception that these coins must be rare given they haven’t circulated for close to 100 years. A relative few are prized by collectors, but most are not. Unless you are an expert on the numismatic coin market, you won’t be able to tell the difference.

Gold Links does not carry “slabbed” or graded coins, and we don’t have commissioned salespeople making dubious claims about why collectibles are the way to go. We think it’s important for people to simply invest in gold. If done right, the cost over the spot price will only be a few percent.

The bullion market is extraordinarily competitive. Speculating in “rare” coins, when the entire business model of many prominent dealers is to capitalize on customers’ inexperience, is not an investment in gold. It is a prescription for pain.

Gold Links offers Pre-1933 gold coinage at premiums competitive with other gold bullion products, like the popular Gold Maple Leaf coin or Gold American Eagle coin. If we can’t secure inventory cheap enough to resell at low premium making it a good value for our customers, we won’t offer it at all. But we usually have something available. Both the price a customer pays to buy and the price a customer receives to sell are published live on our website product pages for each coin. No worries about being ripped off; you know exactly what a bullion coin is currently worth if you were to sell sell before you buy.

The U.S. Mint issued gold coins in 4 denominations primarily; the $2.50 “Quarter Eagle,” the $5 “Half Eagle,” the $10 “Eagle,” and the $20 “Double Eagle Coin.” Actual gold content ranges from .1209 to .9675 troy ounces of gold alloyed with 10% copper to improve wear. Investors may find Liberty Head, Indian Head, and St. Gaudens designs available. Each Golden Eagle coin is a piece of American history — honest money.

We have a good supply of 10 Dollar Liberty Gold Coin, 20 Dollar Liberty Gold Coin and St. Gaudens in stock now, and at premiums that are lower than we’ve ever been able to offer. You can order gold for sale either online. If you are a beginner making your first investment in gold, we have friendly Specialists standing by to provide straight-forward answers. We are here to help you find out what’s the best 1 ounce gold coin to buy at a price the best fits your budget. Our experienced investors will find some of the lowest premiums around. And everyone can order without hassle or pressure and get prompt, discreet delivery. We look forward to hearing from you today!Buy the best Gold Coins online today