American Gold Eagles
Since its introduction in 1986, the Gold American Eagle coin has been in high demand every year. Today, the modern Gold Eagles are a whisper of history as they showcase the design that made its first appearance in American coinage in 1907. Because these American Eagles are a perfect addition for any investor or numismatic collector, they are the most popular Gold coin from the U.S. Mint. As Gold bullion, they always hold value making them easy to sell, buy and trade.
Royal Canadian Mint
The Royal Canadian Mint was formed in 1908 and is a world leader in producing high-quality circulating, numismatic, and bullion coins. One of the most well-known of the Canadian Mint’s coins is the Gold Maple Leaf, first minted in 1979 and struck every year since.
Produced and sold for collectors, gold coins produced by the U.S. Mint are beautiful pieces of art in precious metal. Coins are produced in proof and uncirculated finishes, in varying composition ranging from one-tenth to one ounce and 22- or 24-karat gold.
Perth Mint Gold
The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest currently operating mint. The Perth Mint traces its history to Great Britain’s Royal Mint, which opened its Perth branch on June 20, 1899. The Perth Mint remained under British control until 1970. Now, the Perth Mint is owned by the Gold Corporation and is under the control of the Government of Western Australia.