Gold Bullion Coins
If you’re considering investing in precious metals or increasing your wealth, gold coinage is one of the best ways to go about it.
Why should you concentrate on gold?
Because it is a timeless precious metal that carries invaluable significance in the bullion market. It won’t ever disappear or “go out of style” like the vast majority of the products.
Gold bullion coins are one the most prominent instances of gold investment, as they carry a lot of value and liquidity, and are the true-and-tried recipe for success.
We Are Your Trusted Dealer for Gold Coins
As we have been an authorized dealer of gold coins and other precious metal products with considerable experience, we know how the industry works, and we’re happy to offer you our services.
Our exquisite selection of gold bullion coins stuck by official international mints is available worldwide at very competitive prices.
What do we offer?
- We feature only the genuine pure gold coins that were issued by governmental and private mints.
- Our company offers the most competitive prices for gold coins in the precious metal market. We are customer-driven and take a lot of pride in our customer’s satisfaction.
- If you’re shopping for gold coins at our online shop, we provide an encrypted payment process and insured shipping for your valuable purchase, including tracking the order.
- If you’re buying or selling gold coins at one of our stores, we make sure that you feel safe and respected.
- Our team of professionals in the precious metals industry is available to assist you with any questions or issues you may have.
What is a Gold Coin Worth Today?
The precious metal market is connected to other spheres, although it manages to achieve a massive deal of sovereignty.
While the price of gold is separate from the stock market, it is still partially affected by it and other aspects, such as recession, geopolitical issues, etc.
Likewise, gold coins price fluctuates regularly, as it is intertwined with various other factors that influence it.
The value of coin changes daily, though the value of gold isn’t the only strand in the matter. It also depends on the type, purity, and rarity of the coin.
As such, gold coins offer greater resale potential than some other precious metals, and their accrued value over time is one of the primary motifs for getting one.
The price you see at our website when you make your purchase is the guaranteed price you can lock on. The prices are updated regularly to ensure that we offer the best value-to-price ratio.
Buying Gold Coins
To make a purchase, simply register with your email address on our website, add a gold coin that you wish to the cart, and proceed to complete a completely secure payment.
In case you need any help, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are dedicated to customer satisfaction and trust.
Finally, when you buy one of the gold coins from our online store, it will be shipped in 1-3 business days after your payment is processed, and it typically takes up to 7 days to arrive.
Selling Gold Coins
You can reach us via the phone number or send us a note should you have any questions about selling your gold bullion coins. Leave your email address, and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Making an appointment is not mandatory, though - you can find us in one of the three shops in the San Francisco Bay if you’re looking to sell gold coins.
At Pacific Precious Metals, there is no place for guesswork. We use the precise x-ray fluorescence analysis system to determine the value of your gold bullion coin.
By selling to us, you will avoid all the unpleasantries that may occur, such as pressure tactics and dealers who just want to get away with the lowest price possible.
We promise accurate assessment of the worth of your precious metal coin, with certified scales, and transparency throughout the whole process.
Our Collection of Gold Coins
At Pacific Precious Metals, we offer both in-person and online gold coins for sale. Our carefully curated catalog shows all of the coins that we have in stock.
Below, you can check an overview of the major bullion coins that we offer. Note that this is not an extensive list of all coins and that you should always check whether a particular coin is in stock.
You will find gold coins in all weights and sizes, minted in a range of years from the international government and private mints all over the world.
Gold Coin Mints
Some of the most sought after, highly liquid gold coins are issued by the United States Mint, which is the recognized sovereign mint of the United States of America.
The most popular U.S gold coins we offer are:
This coin debuted in 1986, and it is perhaps the most recognized mintage of the United States Mint (just like the eagle is one of the main symbols of the United States).
With the beautiful design of Lady Liberty holding a torch on the front, and the eagle soaring above a nest on the back, you will find the American Gold Eagle in 1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/10 oz size.
The most popular instances of Gold Eagle coins that we sell are 1oz gold coins. Its purity is 91.67% of the 22-karat coins gold that comes from American resources, as guaranteed by the law.
Gold buffalo is a more recent gold bullion coin from the U.S., first produced in 2006, and these are the first pure gold, 24-karat coins.
Based on the famous Buffalo nickel, it features Indian Head on the obverse and the American Bison on the reverse.
The reason why American Gold Buffalo is an excellent choice to buy is its low mintage, which makes this coin a rare one, whereas the demand is considerable.
- Canadian Gold Maple Leaf
If any coin is the staple of Canadian culture, then it’s the Gold Maple Leaf, dating back to 1979. They are available in different sizes (1, 1/2, 1/4, and 1/10 oz), and their iconic design features the leaf and Queen Elizabeth II.
- Canadian Call of the Wild Series
Royal Australian Mint & Perth Mint
You’ll find options from both these mints, located in Canberra and Western Australia, respectively.
- Lunar Series
- Gold Kangaroo
- British Gold Britannia
The most famous instance of British mintages is Gold Britannia, which was first introduced in 1987, with varying modern designs of Britannia.
These coins are issued in 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, and 1 oz sizes made of 22-karat fine gold.
- South African Gold Krugerrand
Without any doubt, Krugerrand is the most recognized gold coin amongst gold bullion dealers, as it was the number one choice for investors for many years. It still carries a premium value and is considered legal tender in South Africa.
It features Paul Kruger, the South African Republic's honorary president on the obverse, and Springbok antelope, the national symbol, on the reverse.
- Modern Re-strikes
We feature popular Austrian Re-strikes that date back to the currency reform in 1892. These are wanted by many collectors and have a lot of future selling potential.
- Austrian Gold Philharmonic
There’s also the legendary Austrian Gold Philharmonic, also known as the Vienna bullion coin, that carries an immense cultural value in addition to the wealth status.
- Chinese Gold Panda
The most recognized gold coin for sale from the Mint of China is the Chinese Gold Panda. An interesting fact is that the design of the panda on the back of this gold coin changes yearly (except for 2001 and 2002 editions that are the same).
- Gold Libertad
This is the first official gold bullion from Mexico that celebrates Mexican liberty from the Spanish colonial force with its beautiful design.
- Mexico Peso Gold Coin
You can find this 3.75g gold coin in 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 Gold Pesos edition.
Gold Coins: Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the best 1 oz gold coin to buy?
A: 2020 1 oz American Gold Eagle is issued in limited amounts annually, and we've decided to deem it the best gold coin to buy for many reasons.
First and foremost, its value will not deteriorate (it contains one troy ounce of pure gold), and due to its value, it is very easy to trade or sell. They stand firm against economic crises and challenges.
Moreover, they are recognized as investment vehicles for one’s Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and are free from an obligation of following the Internal Revenue Service Form 1099-B procedure for transactions. You are still liable for any taxes on gains, but we don't have to tell the IRS you sold it.
Q: What is the cheapest gold coin to buy?
A: Some of the cheapest ones to buy are smaller versions of popular gold bullion coins.
Q: How much is a $20 gold coin worth?
A: The value of gold coins only partially depends on its face value, so it cannot be said for certain.
The total worth of a gold coin is calculated against the combination of the factors, such as gold content (aka coins gold value), rarity, liquidity, year of issue, and overall condition.
You can contact us if you want to get the definitive worth and grade of your $20 gold coin.
Get the best deal from Pacific Precious Metals
In today's day and age, when there are many unreliable precious metal dealers, we understand that earning our customer's trust is of primary importance. That's why we're willing to go out of our way to offer you transparency and honesty in order to get mutual loyalty.
As shown above, we offer a wide assortment of gold bullion coins by the most reputable mints worldwide. Each of our gold coins carries considerable value, with a different design, weight, and size.
Pacific Precious Metals offers a variety of gold coins that you can get both online and in-person
If you're in the San Francisco Bay Area, don't hesitate to visit us and get the best offer today!
Have a question or concern about buying gold bullion?
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