Basis: gold @ $1,217.50 -- Updated: 09/19/2014Shipping and handling: $30 per package under $5,000; $35 under $100,000.
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Common date Type 3 $20 Liberty gold coins are a very popular choice among bulk gold buyers, and for good reason. In Mint State 62 condition, they combine true scarcity, large gold content, and extremely low prices to create an outstanding alternative to gold bullion.
Premiums for these classic coins are currently just 23% over melt value, well-below their 10-year average of 38%. In 2009, premiums reached as high as 97%, nearly three times today's! In the current market, they offer excellent upside potential with relatively little downside risk relative to bullion.
Minted from 1866 to 1907, these classic gold coins were the crucial building blocks of expanding U.S. financial markets in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Only a tiny fraction of the original mintage survives today in Brilliant Uncirculated MS62 yet they are remarkably affordable in today's market.
Out of an original mintage of more than 60 million, only 355,923 survivors are known in Mint State 62 condition (PCGS + NGC, 02/11/2014). This kind of scarcity can mean increased premiums during periods of high demand.
Unlike most forms of gold bullion, they are exempt from broker reporting requirements. In our opinion, they're better than bullion for bulk gold buyers.
• Only 355,923 coins survive in certified MS62. This true scarcity can mean higher premiums during periods of increased demand.
• Premiums rising from historic lows! Their 10-year average premium is 38%. In 2009, premiums reached 97%. Today it is merely 23% and on the rise.
• Private, secure, and liquid. Unlike most forms of gold bullion, they are exempt from broker reporting requirements.
$20 Liberty (MS62)
Minted: 1877 to 1907 (dates our choice)
oz. pure gold
Size: 34 mm, reeded edge
Weight: 33.436 grams
Population: 355,923(PCGS + NGC, 02/11/2014)