Category Archives: Gold Coin Advice

Why You Should Avoid Investing In Commemorative Coins

Commemorative coins have been issued by different companies as a way to advertise themselves. Most companies present these coins as a “one-of-a-kind” viable investments. They may be beautiful and themed after admirable individuals or some memorable historical event making them attractive to collectors, but when it comes to gold coins, looks can be deceiving.  

The Royal Australian Mint Commemorates 250th Anniversary Of Captain Cook’s Voyage With Gold Coin

Captain Cook is an important figure in the history of Australia. It has been 250 years since the British Naval captain embarked on his first voyage in 1768 to find the Southern Continent along the Pacific Ocean. Cook set sail on the “HM Bark Endeavour.” To commemorate this, The Royal Australian Mint is releasing a

Tricks of the Trade: Selling Gold Coins

For most of us who are new to the world of gold coins or numismatics might find this article useful, especially if you are about to embark on mission to sell your gold coins. What you must know and what you know may differ greatly and when it comes to selling gold coins, both perspectives

Grading Coins

There are numerous ways through which one is able to grade gold coins in order to determine their ‘numismatic’ value. One of the most popular grading methods was invented by Dr. William Sheldon in 1949 which is a 70 point grading system that is still used by gold and silver coin collectors everywhere. Grading gold coins or

Gold Coin Scams

Rising gold prices due to the current market unpredictability and chaos has caused gold prices to move forward at the start of this year and the precious metal’s profit potential is attracting dishonest con artists into the precious metals arena. These unprincipled con artists are taking gullible hard working individuals for a ride ranging from grading