The beauty of a rare coin can be enjoyed like a work of art, but investing in rare coins offers substantial benefits.
Rare coins provide wealth protection, a greater opportunity for capital appreciation over time, and a private investment not subject to the government scrutiny common to other types of investments held in banks and by brokerage houses.
Rare coins represent truly portable wealth which is insurable, virtually indestructible, and easy to store. Whether you are looking for high mint state Liberty or Saint-Gaudens rare coins or early date rare gold, one of Capital Gold Group's Gold Specialists can assist you in getting started.
How Are Rare Coins Valued?
Rarity and condition are the two major factors that determine a coin's worth. Coins that fall into the higher range of uncirculated condition dated between 1795 and 1933 are considered rare and are a popular way to diversify a portfolio of precious metals.
All the U.S. rare coins available through Capital Gold Group from early mintages to low populations are certified for grade and authenticity by one of the two leading third-party certification firms, the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or the Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC), using a universal grading standard that enables rare coin collectors to buy and sell coins with confidence.
Assembling a set of rarities introduces an additional variable that can become an important element to your rare coin collection - a story. This adds meaning and therefore value to your investment and can increase your profit margin, especially if you hold on to your collection for at least 3 to 5 years.
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The representatives at Capital Gold Group are not financial advisors and the information provided in this blog should not be considered financial advice. The past performance of gold investments is not indicative of potential future gains.