With the volatile price of gold recently and the future health of the U.S. economy becoming questionable, more and more people are looking to invest in gold through the purchasing of gold coins. Unfortunately, there are also a few unscrupulous people looking to rip-off the uninformed consumer when it comes to purchasing gold coins. The Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG), which is composed of the country's top rare coin dealers, has put together a list of three things that everyone should know before they decide to invest in gold coins. So don't believe everything you see on television and don't listen to anything a telemarketer is trying to tell you over the telephone. Arm yourself with knowledge and check out what some of the country's top numismatists have to say.
How To Protect Yourself When You Buy Gold Coins:
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3 Things You Need to Know Before You Buy Gold Coins originally appeared on About.com Coins on Monday, April 21st, 2014 at 20:34:11.
APMEX News: APMEX, Inc., one of the nation’s largest online precious metals companies, is now an Authorized Purchaser with the United States Mint to purchase gold and platinum bullion coins directly from the United States Mint. Previously, APMEX was an Authorized Purchaser of the United States Mint silver bullion coins and with this announcement joins a […]
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I am not a big fan of colorized coins mostly because they remind me of the shoddy colorized 50 State Quarters® that were sold at absorbent prices to unknowing citizens. However, this recent announcement by the Royal Canadian Mint caught my attention. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Royal Canadian Mint is issuing a colourful tribute to the organization's rich artistic legacy in the form of a $20 silver coin. Maybe, subconsciously, it's due to my love of the classical arts, but there is something special about this coin that jumped out of the monitor at me.
You can click on the image above to view a high definition, full-color picture of this coin. According to the press release from the Royal Canadian Mint, "The coin's reverse image is an engraved rendition of a photograph by one of Canada's foremost dance photographers, David Cooper. Advanced 'sheer effect' colour faithfully recreates the stunning costumes worn by the dancers and further showcases the beautiful embellishments that adorn their traditional platter tutus." I just may buy one for my own collection to see this new technique that the Canadian Mint is using. The $20 fine silver coin is limited to a mintage of 7,500 and retails for $114.95. It can be pre-ordered by contacting the RCM at 1-800-267-1871 in Canada, 1-800-268-6468 in the US, or on the Internet at www.mint.ca.
Photo courtesy of The Royal Canadian Mint, www.mint.ca
RCM Celebrates 75th Anniversary Of Royal Winnipeg Ballet originally appeared on About.com Coins on Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 at 17:21:12.
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Felicity Arbuthnot writes: The concept of a “Greater Israel” according to the founding father of Zionism Theodore Herzl, is a Jewish State stretching “’From the Brook of Egypt to the Euphrates.’ Rabbi Fischmann, of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, stated to the UN Special Committee on 9th July 1947 that: The Promised Land extends from […]