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Assorted Gold Coins

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Gold has been used as real money for thousands of years.
There are many foreign coins that are recognized throughout the world.
Here are a few of the many available - call if you don't see what you are looking for.

Picture of Mexican 50 Peso

Mexican 50 Peso

Spot + $ 15.00 + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
Mexican Gold Coin 50 Pesos contains 1.2057 Troy Oz (37.5 grams) of pure gold. It is 20% Larger than other gold coins, dated 1821 to 1947.
Picture of Austrian 100 Corona

Austrian 100 Corona

Spot + $ 10.00 + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
The original Austrian 100 Corona gold coin was issued to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the reign of Franz Joseph I and was minted between 1908 and 1914.
Picture of US $20 Liberty

US $20 Liberty

Spot + $ 70.00 + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
US $20 Dollar Liberty The U.S. $20 Dollar Liberty gold coin was the first $20 gold coin struck, minted from 1849 to 1907. It is commonly referred to as a Double Eagle, as its $10 predecessor is known
Picture of US $20 Saint

US $20 Saint

Spot + $ 80.00 + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
US $20 Saint Gaudens Gold The $20 Saint Gaudens gold coin was designed by Irish born American sculptor Augustus Saint Gaudens, and is considered the most beautiful gold coin ever produced.
Picture of Sovereign

Sovereign

Spot + 3.75% + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
British Sovereigns are a great way to buy gold. Sovereigns have been used as real money for hundreds of years and are recognized throught the world.
Picture of French Angel

French Angel

Spot + 4.00% + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
Contains .1867 oz of Gold. Design by Augustin Dupré and minted from 1871-1898. A.K.A. The Lucky Angel
Picture of French Rooster

French Rooster

Spot + 5.00% + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
The French 20 Franc Rooster is one of the most popular of all our European gold coins. Each coin contains almost a fifth of an ounce (0.1867) of pure gold
Picture of Swiss Franc

Swiss Franc

Spot + 5.00% + (0.5% to 3.0% fee)
The Swiss 20 franc Helvetia is referred to informally as the "Vreneli" derived from "Verena" which is Switzerland's equivalent to the United States Lady Liberty.