Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins
Oxbridge House offers many Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins, making it easy to buy gold coins online. These coins are a very popular option for experienced metal investors. They are typically sold at a higher premium than gold bullion. Buying gold coins requires a fair bit of knowledge, especially when it comes to Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins. That’s where Oxbridge House can help even first time investors to make an informed decision. When you buy gold coin there are two main options: gold bullion and Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins. Gold bullion coins are continually minted and have no collector’s value, unlike Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins. These coins have varying collector’s values, which add a premium in addition to the market price of gold. When you buy gold coins online with us, you’ll be purchasing coins that have been graded by the most trusted firms in the industry: NGC and PCGS.
When you buy gold coin from Oxbridge House, you’ll have many options to choose from. Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle coins are a popular choice. This coin was first minted in 1907, and only 12,367 were struck in the high-relief version. This remains one of the most highly collected coins in the United States and is one of the most beautiful gold coins ever made. $20 Saint-Gaudens coins are in high demand in the gold market.
The Indian Head gold coin was minted from 1908 up until production was halted in 1916. About 662,000 additional Indian Head coins were struck in 1929, but sadly most were destroyed before leaving the mint. Its popular design was also placed on the $2.50 quarter eagles and $5 half eagles. It has a unique design featuring a Native American wearing a war bonnet. This coin contains .900 pure gold and .100 copper.
The Liberty Head gold coin is yet another popular option we offer to those interested in buying gold coins. This famous coin was first issued in $2.50, $5 and $10 denominations in 1840. It was also called the Coronet Head, and it was produced until 1907. There are slight differences in the coin, depending on the year it was minted. For example, from 1840 through 1866 the Liberty Heads had no motto above the eagle. In 1866, the words: “In God We Trust” were added and remained there since.