Friday’s Gold Coin Market Update

Gold bullion coins gained slightly on Friday morning as did the gold spot price, and the majority of certified gold coins were selling for slightly more than yesterday although the official price guides of the Professional Coin Grading Service ( and the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation ( have not yet been updated.

American Eagle coins were up about 0.25 percent today, with one-ounce gold Eagle coins selling for $1442 each at the discount level. Canadian Maple Leaf gold coins also rose but their inherently lower premium from the Royal Canadian Mint allowed dealers to sell one-ounce gold Maple Leaf coins for $1425 each. As of 2pm EST the gold spot price was up $6.90, or 0.22 percent, to $1390.90 according to the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX).

Popular investment-grade certified gold coins, including the Liberty Head and St. Gaudens $20 pieces, had not been officially updated at the time of this writing, but a survey of gold dealers found that prices for common-date Double Eagles in grades MS-62-MS-66 were up $10-$25 each. Fractional pre-1933 coins made minimal gains, except in the rarities side of the market where gains were hit or miss.

Visit the Gold Coin Market Update pages on Monday to see the newest pricing for the most common certified gold coins, including MS62 Saint Gaudens pieces, MS64 Liberty Head Double Eagles and $10 Indian gold coins in the MS63 grade, as well as an update on the U.S. Mint’s quest to set a new record for gold bullion coin and gold Proof coin sales.

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