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Investment Gold Coins

Coins have always been a store of wealth. Gold sovereigns and guineas are the perfect examplar of this as they have an intrinsic value and a face value. The intrinsic value of a Victorian gold guinea outstrips the face value.

Gold coins have a place in most numismatists collections but they also attract the investor.

Gold is certainly not a good hedge against spikes in inflation this has been academically proven many times, however, as so many people perceive it to be this does create price pressures. We also do not subscribe to the theory that gold is a safe haven in a time of crisis. It is however a good store of value over many centuries, it is portable and easily converted.  It has a place in any balanced portfolio.



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Victoria 1862 Gold Sovereign

Victoria 1862 Gold Sovereign

A young head Victorian gold sovereign with shield reverse 1862

£270.00

Edward VII 1903 Gold Sovereign

Edward VII 1903 Gold Sovereign

An extra fine Edward VII gold sovereign minted in 1903

£270.00

Uncirculated USA 1898 $20 Double Eagle Liberty Head Gold Coin

Uncirculated USA 1898 $20 Double Eagle Liberty Head Gold Coin

This has a net gold content of 0.96750 troy ounces. Most were minted in San Francisco following the gold rush.

£1,400.00

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