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About Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins

The first United States gold coins were struck by the Philadelphia Mint in 1795. The very first denominations were the $5 Half Eagle and the $10 Eagle. Later, the $2.50 Quarter Eagle was added in 1796, followed by the $1 Gold Dollar and $20 Double Eagle in 1849. The U.S. Mint also issued a $3 gold piece from 1854-1889. President Franklin Roosevelt halted the issuance of American gold coinage in 1933.

Pre-1933 United States gold coins are popular among both collectors and investors. They are a superb way of owning gold with historical and numismatic significance. In particular, $5 Half Eagles, $10 Eagles and $20 Double Eagles are regarded as outstanding hybrid precious metals products that have both collector and bullion value. In many cases, these historic gold coins can be bought for a relatively small premium over melt value.

Monument Metals maintains an outstanding selection of Pre-1933 vintage U.S. gold coins in both “raw” and graded form. Our graded coins are certified by either PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) or NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation). Our uncertified coins are graded using strict standards by our in-house expert staff. We unconditionally guarantee the quality of our vintage American gold coins.

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$10 Indian Gold Eagle NGC MS62 (Random)

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Metal Type Gold
Metal Weight .48375
Grading Service NGC
Date No
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Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer United States Mint

About Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins

The first United States gold coins were struck by the Philadelphia Mint in 1795. The very first denominations were the $5 Half Eagle and the $10 Eagle. Later, the $2.50 Quarter Eagle was added in 1796, followed by the $1 Gold Dollar and $20 Double Eagle in 1849. The U.S. Mint also issued a $3 gold piece from 1854-1889. President Franklin Roosevelt halted the issuance of American gold coinage in 1933.

Pre-1933 United States gold coins are popular among both collectors and investors. They are a superb way of owning gold with historical and numismatic significance. In particular, $5 Half Eagles, $10 Eagles and $20 Double Eagles are regarded as outstanding hybrid precious metals products that have both collector and bullion value. In many cases, these historic gold coins can be bought for a relatively small premium over melt value.

Monument Metals maintains an outstanding selection of Pre-1933 vintage U.S. gold coins in both “raw” and graded form. Our graded coins are certified by either PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) or NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation). Our uncertified coins are graded using strict standards by our in-house expert staff. We unconditionally guarantee the quality of our vintage American gold coins.

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